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Ghelmer
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Name Ghelmer
First Appearance Devilman
Physical attributes
Species Demon
Powers Water Manipulation, Claws, Teleportation
Alignment Evil
For other versions of this character see:
Ghelmer (Disambiguation)
Ghelmer was a large sadistic water demon from the origonal Devilman manga. He could control water as well as fuse with it making him largely invulnerable to damage. He was one of the two demons summond by the demoness Sirene to cause chaos. 

AppearanceEdit

Ghelmer was a large lean demon, he had long spindly limbs and a skeletal like figure. He stood hunched with a long neck, he had a overbearing jaw, pupiless eyes and large bat wing like ears. He had long sharp fingers and on his tail was a large slug with four stalk like eyes and a jawed mouth, the slug tail was a demon he had fused with at an earlier point.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Ghelmer could manipulate water as well as fuse with it, meaning any physical attacks would be useless against him. He could also travel through mirrors, but this may have been due to condensation. However when dry Ghelmer is little threat in combat.

PersonalityEdit

Ghelmer was an underling and servant to the demoness Sirene. He was slightly perverted as he watched Miki Makimura get nude and waited a while before his initial attack, but this may have just been so she thought she was safe in her surroundings. He had long awaited a battle with the mighty Amon and was happy to finally get a chance to.

HistoryEdit

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Ghelmer was summoned by the beautiful demon Sirene along with the small slime demon Agwel. Sirene summoned him to kill the members of the Makimura family. Agwel went after the parents and Tare, whilst Ghelmer found Miki stripping nude for a bath. He watches her before extending his head out from a mirror and tries to bite her. She slams the door behind her and Ghelmer retracts back into the mirror. Then as Miki is washing in the bath, Gelmer transports himself into the water and watches her bathe for a few minutes before announcing himself and pulls her into the water so he could drown her. Luckily for Miki, Akira smashes through he door and grabs Miki, but not before she drank some of Ghelmers water possessing her. As Akira goes in to the attack, he is attacked by Agwel and he drops Miki whilst carrying her and they are attacked by Agwel. While battling Agwel, the possessed Miki lunges for Akira's throat but he just slaps her out of the way. After killing Agwel he carries Miki up to the Attic were Miki vomits out the water that had possessed her. Ghelmer transports to the attic where the two battle, Akira throws a blanket over Ghelmer head and sets it on fire causing Ghelmer to solidify. Akira then shoves his hand into Ghelmers body and rips his spine out, ripping the demon apart.

Devilman LadyEdit

As Jun Fudo wanders through Hell with Akira Fudo, Akira mentions several of the demons he came across when he was still on the Earth; among them was Ghelmer.

TriviaEdit

  • In the Devilman TV series there is a Demon that Ghelmer was a prototype for (or prehaps vice versa) called Geruge that was present in the third episode. There are several similarities between the two especially in design with the main differences being the size and Geruge having wings.
  • Ghelmers name has been translated in many ways, including Gelmer, Geruma, Gerge, Gelmher, Gelge and Gelm.
  • He has a cameo alongside Devilman, Agwel, Sirene and several Mazinger Z characters in the Hanappe Bazooka OVA.
  • Ghelmer appears on one of the chapter covers of Amon: The Darkside of the Devilman but not in the story itself.
  • Ghelmer briefly appeares in the Man with a Mission music video "When the Devil Rises".

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