A devil is a type of evil creature that originates from various mythologies and religions, such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.
Devils are usually associated with hell, sin, temptation, and corruption.
They often have horns, wings, tails, and red skin, but they can also shapeshift into other forms to deceive or seduce humans.
Devils are often opposed by angels, gods, or other forces of good.
One of the most famous devils is Satan, also known as Lucifer, the fallen angel who rebelled against God and became the ruler of hell.
Satan is the ultimate enemy of God and humanity, and he seeks to destroy all that is good and holy.
He is also the source of evil and suffering in the world, according to some beliefs.
There are many types of devils in different cultures and stories, such as baatezu, imps, succubi, incubi, and more.
Each devil has its own personality, abilities, and goals, but they all share a common trait: they are wicked and immoral.
Devils are often involved in the Blood War, a cosmic conflict between devils and demons for the control of the lower planes.