Fallen Angels
Apostate Angel


Dark Angels
Rebel Angels
Apostate Angels
Fallen Ones





Fallen Angels are wicked or rebellious angels that have been cast out of Heaven. The term is found neither in the Hebrew Bible nor the Deuterocanonical Books nor the New Testament. Nonetheless, Biblical commentators often use fallen angel to describe angels who sinned or angels cast down to the Earth from the War in Heaven; Satan,demons, or certain Watchers. The term has also become popular in fiction and literature regarding angels. Mention of angels who descended to Mount Hermon, (not "fell") to Earth is found in the Book of Enoch, which the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church accept as canonical, as well as in various pseudepigrapha.

Known FallenEdit


The most well known fallen angel is Lucifer, who became known as Satan or the Devil.


Another group of fallen are the Watchers, an army of 200 angels led by Samyaza who took on human flesh and copulated with human women with whom they had fallen in love. These women gave birth to offspring called Nephilim, cannibal giants who were seen as half-human and half-angel.

Powers & AbilitiesEdit

Fallen who remember who they are and retain their power possess many abilities.

  • Eternal Life  - They do not physically age and have the potential to live forever.
  • Superhuman Strength - They are immensely physically strong.
  • Superhuman Speed - They can move with incredible celerity. Their reflexes are similarly heightened.
  • Healing Factor - They boast versatile regenerative abilities which make them virtually indestructible. Bodily wounds from most objects, even bullets, heal in seconds without causing them any seeming discomfort. They are immune to all disease.
  • Illusion Casting - They can alter a person's perception of physical reality.
  • Healing - They can heal a person's bodily wounds and illnesses.
  • Telekinesis - They can move objects and cause tremors without physical contact.


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