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For the ending, see Baphomet Ending.
 
"You've signed a pact with a Dark Lord."
―Baphomet during the Baphomet Ending.
 

Baphomet is a demonic deity and a Chapter 1 boss of Agony, encountered in the room The Guardian of Light.

Description

Baphomet is a large hideous demon appearing in the shape of a human possessing many goat-like characteristics. Baphomet has feminine breasts lacking visible nipples, but also sports extra animalistic male genitalia, making his appearance look apparently sexless. Despite this, however, Baphomet is technically male.[1]

He has two pair of arms with clawed hands, hind legs, strong goat hooves, and spiked shoulders. He also sports large wings similar to the angels but the feathers are tinted with reddish colors instead of purely white.

His head greatly resembles of a double-faced goat with an opened split from the snout up to the forehead, sporting two long horns. He has three yellow goat-fashioned eyeballs; one eyeball in the split forehead and two others connected by fleshy eyestalks. The overall description of Baphomet's head seems to be a metaphor to the female reproductive system anatomy.

Nature

Baphomet is capable of mimicking as an ordinary lifeless statue until the correct offering is accomplished. While living, Baphomet is extremely savage in nature and move very quick, then murdered his prey by devouring their heads. But has poor eyesight due to having two deformed goat heads and both eyes barely closed in the skull.

Baphomet despises the Red Goddess and The Beast, as shown in the Baphomet Ending; he catches Nimrod and rants how his soul belongs to the Dark Lord (possibly speaking of Lucifer/Satan) and not to the Red Goddess or The Beast.

Biography

To be added.

Dialogue

(Baphomet Ending only)

  • "Ah. I've finally found you, King!"
  • "You've signed a pact with a Dark Lord."
  • "And your soul will always belong to him!"
  • "Not to that red whore and her fucking beast!"

Notes

  • Based on his grotesque, goat-headed appearance, Baphomet is a real-life demonic idol that the Knights Templar were accused of worshiping and that subsequently was incorporated into disparate occult and mystical traditions. This demon also has another name; "The Goat of Mendes". In Catholic and Christian culture, Baphomet is considered to be the image of Satan.
  • It is possible that most of Hell is being controlled by the Red Goddess, and Baphomet hates that and is still worshiping Lucifer/Satan.

Sources

  1. Achievement - Did I just bore him?


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