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|Affiliation||Behemoth's 34 Pillar Division|
|Occupation||Subordinate Pillar of Jabberwock|
|Manga Debut||Chapter 123|
Lindworm appears as a tall Man, with pale skin, black lips and dark long straight hair. He wears close fitting torso wear and black trousers underneath the Pillar Division distinctive black coat.
Lindworm appears to be battle hungry as after destroying the pool tables Kanzaki and his gang were playing he directly challenged them to a battle to death. Though despite this when he sees that defeat is certain such as Jabberwock's defeat by Oga, he retreats immediately. He also has some confidence in Jabberwock but not to the same extent as the other Pillars have in the Pillar Barons as when the latter was defeated he only questioned if it was true with a neutral expression.
Akumano Academy ArcEdit
He appears in front of Kanzaki's team and Isabella in the hall with the pool tables. He provokes them and picks a fight that lasts until Jaberwock loss against Oga, after which he retires together with the other demons from the pillar squad.
- Pool Cue: After destroying the pool tables, Lindworm grabbed a pool stick as a makeshift weapon to fight against Kanzaki's gang and one of En's maids.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
Staff Specialist: As Lindworm grabbed a long pool stick to fight against Kanzaki's gang and one of En's maids, it can be assumed that he has some confidence in wielding it as a weapon though as he was not seen directly fighting with the stick it's unknown how high his skills are.
High Demonic Power: As a Pillar directly under Jabberwock's command, Lindworm possesses a high level of demonic power. This was seen in his ability to fight against Kanzaki's gang and one of En's maids simultaneously though the battle ended before a decisive winner can be determined.
- (To Hajime Kanzaki, Shintarō Natsume, Takeshi Shiroyama, and Izabella) "Wassup. I go by Lindworm. How about you stop playing with balls, and fight me to the death?"
- In British heraldry, a lindworm is the technical term for a wingless, bipedal dragon, which commonly is described as having a venomous bite.
- ↑ Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 136, Page 10