|“||We did not suffer and survive the wrath of God only to make you God instead.||”|
— The Sentinel to his brother
Before the Fall Edit
Both Samael and Beelzebub were powerful angels within Heaven's hierarchy; the Angels of Death and Plagues respectively. While Samael was highest and closest to God among his brothers, Beelzebub followed him and adored him ardently; a brotherhood and trust that Samael also shared.
When Samael declared his coup against the Almighty, it was Beelzebub, among others, who swore their allegiances to the Devil as lieutenants; convincing a legion of other angels to follow the Angel of Death and his circle, Beelzebub became the guardian of the Devil – the Sentinel.
Throughout the Salem seriesEdit
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Memorable Dialogues Edit
- The Devil: "Finally, brother, you are here."
- — After the Fall
- The Sentinel: "Is this the mighty Angel of Death? When did you ever spare a life?"
- The Devil: "This life is precious to me."
- The Sentinel: "Has that tiny meat suit corrupted you? This human body is a pitiful sac of blood, piss, and water. I fear in your case, mostly piss."
- — The Reckoning
- The Devil: "There are punishments far worse than death. Trust me."
- The Sentinel: "I did. Once. I persuaded a full legion of our brothers to follow you and throw God, that ungrateful tyrant, from His celestial throne."
- — The Reckoning
- The Sentinel: "This was to be our time. Revenge against God. A chance to free our brothers from Hell and make this world our kingdom. We did not suffer and survive the wrath of God only to make you God instead."
- The Dark Lord: "Be careful how you speak to me."
- The Sentinel: "You are first among equals. Stronger than I or any of our brothers, but you are not stronger than all of us."
- The Dark Lord: "Brother, is that some kind of threat?"
- The Sentinel: "If that time comes, I won't waste time with threats."
- — The Commonwealth of Hell