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|Hair||Dark Blue & Black|
|Affiliation||Behemoth's 34 Pillar Division|
|Base of Operations||Akumano Academy|
|Previous Base of Operations||Demon World|
|Anime Debut||Episode 58|
|Manga Debut||Chapter 120|
Quetzalcoatl (ケツァルコアトル, Ketsarukoatoru) is a Pillar Baron of Behemoth's 34 Pillar Division.
Aside from the usual clothes and style of a Pillar Baron, Quetzalcoatl completely resembles a clown wearing make-up. He does have black hair and dark eyes, though.
Quetzalcoatl has a fun loving personality and likes to play games rather than have an actual combat with his enemy. He also stopped chasing Oga saying he had to prepare games.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
Expert Strategist: Quetzalcoatl utilizes his love for games in strategies where he set up various games through Akumano Academy that effectively delayed Oga and his friends from reaching Hilda. He was able to contain Oga by creating a special room that reflects damages the delinquents inflicts thus forcing him to play games if he wants to move on.
Great Demonic Power: As a Pillar Baron, Quetzalcoatl is a powerful demon and has command over the lower ranked demons of the Division
Enhanced Durability: Quetzalcoatl was able to shrug off a punch from Oga before the damage of it is returned to the delinquent within his special room.
- (To Tatsumi Oga after he defeated Schethalim and Vabam) "Rule #1: Acts of violence are forbidden within this room. The matches will all be decided by games, so no violence is allowed. If you break this provision, the damage that is inflicted will be returned to the rule-breaker in kind. I hope you understand."
- (To Tatsumi Oga): " 'Sudoku.' Have you heard of a puzzle with such a name? It's a simple game, where you place numbers from 1 to 9 into the squares. However, you can't use a same numbers twice within a box, or within vertical and horizontal line...and he died before I managed to finish my explanation."
- Quetzalcoatl's name originates from the Mesoamerican deity Quetzalcoatl, whose name means "feathered-serpent" in the Nahuatl language.