Solomon

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"An exchange student from the Human World. Known as the wise one, he is the most powerful sorcerer who can command 72 demons."

— Solomon's Student ID

Solomon is a human whose first appearance in Obey Me!'s Main Story was in Lesson 2-2, and whose first appearance in Nightbringer's Main Story was Lesson 1-9. In Obey Me!, he was chosen as an exchange student at RAD alongside MC. In both games, he is known as a powerful sorcerer, and already familiar with demons and the Devildom. While he is considered a side character in both Obey Me! and Nightbringer, Solomon was added to Obey Me!'s Intimacy system in December of 2020 as part of the Happy Devil Day celebration. In the later released Nightbringer, he is part of the Intimacy system from the start.

Appearance[edit]

Solomon has short, pale silvery-grey hair with bangs that sweep toward the left, and pale skin. His eyes are a gradient of pewter grey and a coppery orange.

As seen in the official height chart, Solomon is the second-tallest of the side characters, being slightly taller than Barbatos.

RAD Uniform

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Solomon's RAD Uniform is the typical charcoal grey jacket with gold accents, matching charcoal-colored pants with red stripes along the sides, and a red-bordered belt.

He wears the standard teal shirt beneath the jacket paired with a bolo tie, the cord of which is a gradient of white and dark blue. The slide and decorative tips are both gold. His leather shoes are the standard charcoal grey.

Solomon's School Uniform is an available outfit in Majolish. In Obey Me!, it is unlocked by default. In Nightbringer, it can be obtained by unlocking the Devil's Tree "Clothing" space in the Demon Card Unforgettable Past.
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Solomon's RAD Uniform is the typical charcoal grey jacket with gold accents, matching charcoal-colored pants with red stripes along the sides, and a red-bordered belt.

He wears the standard teal shirt beneath the jacket paired with a bolo tie, the cord of which is a gradient of white and dark blue. The slide and decorative tips are both gold. His leather shoes are the standard charcoal grey.

Solomon's School Uniform is an available outfit in Majolish. In Obey Me!, it is unlocked by default. In Nightbringer, it can be obtained by unlocking the Devil's Tree "Clothing" space in the Demon Card Unforgettable Past.

Everyday Clothes

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Solomon was first seen wearing his everyday clothes in Lesson 7-7 of Obey Me!'s Main Story, and is his standard outfit in Nightbringer. The outfit consists of a dark grey, shawl collar sweatshirt that is tucked into his pants of the same dark grey color. Said pants are paired with a black belt that has a silver buckle.

Over his shirt is a full length robe with no visible fastenings, granite grey lining, and a gradient of colors with black at the top fading into ever-lighter shades of blue. The robe is also covered in colored glitter or sparkles, giving the overall pattern the appearance of a twilit sky. The shoulders, sleeves, and back of the robe all have elaborate gold trim, which in several places is looped such that it creates diamond shapes. The sleeves also each have gold decorations that look like a stem with six gold leaves attached. Said sleeves are so long on Solomon, that even with his arm extended, his hand barely reaches past the hems. Most often, he wears his robe draped over his shoulders as if it were a cape. However, in a style similar to Satan's everyday clothes, Solomon will sometimes wear his robe such that his right arm is not inside the sleeve, as seen in his reference sheet.

Draped over Solomon's shoulders is a white, ribbon-like accessory with two metal, gold triangles attached to each end. From each of these triangles dangles an interlocking series of gold diamonds, the bottom diamond having a gold tassel attached to it. There are five diamonds on his left side, and four on his right. His boots are two-toned, with black on the inner halves and white on the outer halves. The toes of each shoe are decorated with a gold diamond, and the black soles of the boots are bordered with gold.

Solomon's Everyday Clothes is an available outfit in Majolish. In Obey Me!, it can be purchased by using Raven in Akuzon. In Nightbringer, it can be purchased by using Raven in Akuzon. In Nightbringer, it is unlocked by default.
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Solomon was first seen wearing his everyday clothes in Lesson 7-7 of Obey Me!'s Main Story, and is his standard outfit in Nightbringer. The outfit consists of a dark grey, shawl collar sweatshirt that is tucked into his pants of the same dark grey color. Said pants are paired with a black belt that has a silver buckle.

Over his shirt is a full length robe with no visible fastenings, granite grey lining, and a gradient of colors with black at the top fading into ever-lighter shades of blue. The robe is also covered in colored glitter or sparkles, giving the overall pattern the appearance of a twilit sky. The shoulders, sleeves, and back of the robe all have elaborate gold trim, which in several places is looped such that it creates diamond shapes. The sleeves also each have gold decorations that look like a stem with six gold leaves attached. Said sleeves are so long on Solomon, that even with his arm extended, his hand barely reaches past the hems. Most often, he wears his robe draped over his shoulders as if it were a cape. However, in a style similar to Satan's everyday clothes, Solomon will sometimes wear his robe such that his right arm is not inside the sleeve, as seen in his reference sheet.

Draped over Solomon's shoulders is a white, ribbon-like accessory with two metal, gold triangles attached to each end. From each of these triangles dangles an interlocking series of gold diamonds, the bottom diamond having a gold tassel attached to it. There are five diamonds on his left side, and four on his right. His boots are two-toned, with black on the inner halves and white on the outer halves. The toes of each shoe are decorated with a gold diamond, and the black soles of the boots are bordered with gold.

Solomon's Everyday Clothes is an available outfit in Majolish. In Obey Me!, it can be purchased by using Raven in Akuzon. In Nightbringer, it can be purchased by using Raven in Akuzon. In Nightbringer, it is unlocked by default.

Human World Look

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Solomon was first seen in his Human World look in Lesson 42-12 of Obey Me!'s Main Story. The outfit consists of a black turtleneck shirt under a collared, onyx grey shirt with black buttons. Over both shirts is an ivory colored, knee-length coat that appears oversized on Solomon, as the sleeves are long enough to nearly cover his hands. The coat has notched lapels, three black buttons on the right side, and a belt the same ivory color as the rest of the coat with a black buckle. Both the buttons and the belt are left undone.

His pants are gunmetal grey, and paired with a black belt with a silver buckle. His shoes are colored dark gunmetal grey with black soles. Solomon also wears three pairs of nested necklaces; the shortest has a black cord with sections decorated in silver beads, and a pendant made of an imperial blue, diamond-shaped gemstone charm in a silver setting within two concentric circles. The second necklace is fully beaded with silver beads, several of which have six-pointed stars, a symbol associated with the Seal of Solomon. This necklace also has diamond-shaped gemstones of sunflower yellow, forest green, medium blue, and Prussian blue with silver settings. The longest necklace has a very wide, decorative silver chain.

In Obey Me!, Solomon's Human World Look is an available outfit in Majolish, and can be obtained by unlocking the Devil's Tree "Clothing" space in the Demon Card Secret Paradise.
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Solomon was first seen in his Human World look in Lesson 42-12 of Obey Me!'s Main Story. The outfit consists of a black turtleneck shirt under a collared, onyx grey shirt with black buttons. Over both shirts is an ivory colored, knee-length coat that appears oversized on Solomon, as the sleeves are long enough to nearly cover his hands. The coat has notched lapels, three black buttons on the right side, and a belt the same ivory color as the rest of the coat with a black buckle. Both the buttons and the belt are left undone.

His pants are gunmetal grey, and paired with a black belt with a silver buckle. His shoes are colored dark gunmetal grey with black soles. Solomon also wears three pairs of nested necklaces; the shortest has a black cord with sections decorated in silver beads, and a pendant made of an imperial blue, diamond-shaped gemstone charm in a silver setting within two concentric circles. The second necklace is fully beaded with silver beads, several of which have six-pointed stars, a symbol associated with the Seal of Solomon. This necklace also has diamond-shaped gemstones of sunflower yellow, forest green, medium blue, and Prussian blue with silver settings. The longest necklace has a very wide, decorative silver chain.

In Obey Me!, Solomon's Human World Look is an available outfit in Majolish, and can be obtained by unlocking the Devil's Tree "Clothing" space in the Demon Card Secret Paradise.

Personality[edit]

Solomon presents himself as confident and knowledgeable. Despite presumably only arriving in the Devildom recently, he exudes confidence in his actions and seems to understand most of what goes on in the school. His confidence may also be a result of his magic, which is said by Lucifer to be quite powerful.

When first meeting him, he already knows MC's name, and can come off as somewhat arrogant. Being the other human exchange student, it is understandable that he would wish to build a good rapport with his human associate.

Despite being a composed person, Solomon takes joy in teasing Luke, which makes Simeon frequently tell him to go easier on him. He also finds amusement in the brothers' antics, much to their dismay.

According to both Asmodeus and Barbatos in the chat Irresistible to All 1, it is rare for Solomon to be seen lazing around.

Preferences[edit]

Likes[edit]

  • He enjoys cooking and often likes to give out his food to the demon brothers and his roommates, much to their dismay. He doesn't seem to be aware of how they hate his cooking.
    • In the chat Cooking Tips 2, Solomon explains that he likes to improvise and experiment with the ingredients so he doesn't use a recipe.
  • His favorite genre of music is Classical, as he states in the audio drama Solomon Quiz.
    • According to the Devilgram Seek a Melody, the reason he likes classical music is due to Serenade of the Mage and the Demon, an enchanted record which is also the first record he ever listened to.
  • As he mentions in the audio drama Solomon Quiz, his favorite fantasy novel is The Tale of the Seven Lords.
  • He enjoys creating magical items, and tells Barbatos in Happy Birthday! Dear Barbatos '22 that he considers it a hobby of his.
  • Solomon likes multiple genres of films.
    • In the Devilgram The Gourmand's Main Dish, it is shown that Solomon is not scared of horror movies, and likes the movie "The Quietude of the Black Lambs" for non-horror related reasons as well.
    • In the chat Wanna Go to the Movies?, Solomon is enthusiastic about watching a sci-fi movie with MC.
    • In the same chat, he mentions that he doesn't often watch romance movies, but is not opposed to the idea.

Dislikes[edit]

  • In the Devilgram Punishment for a Cheater, it is shown that while Solomon might not care about someone cheating at a game, he does get angry if the cheater then brags about winning.
  • As he states in the chat The Mushroom, Solomon dislikes the taste of hellfire mushrooms.
  • According to his Cursed Cutlery dialogue, Solomon dislikes nattō.
  • The headline on the cover of his birthday nightmare is "He said what now?! Solomon claps back to being called a magician." which implies Solomon does not like being called a magician.
    • However, Solomon calls himself a magician twice in Lesson 35.
  • Simeon states in one of his Limited Item Dialogues that Solomon dislikes the heat more than most, and in hotter weather will often spend all his time in his room with the AC on.

B's Log Surveys[edit]

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  • Personal Survey
    • Solomon's motto is "No need to worry about tomorrow."
    • The daily day section is to read a magic book.
    • He starts his baths by washing his face.
    • If the Devildom disappears tomorrow... "How about a pact between all the demons in the Devildom and me as a price for my help?"
  • Love Survey
    • Solomon is the active one when it comes to love. He neither wants to bind his lover nor be bound by him.
    • He easily forgets relationship anniversaries and special dates of remembrance.
    • For relationships with obstacles, his choice is "other."
      • He adds that he wouldn't want to give up if the person was important.
    • He won't have days when he can't sleep thinking about the person he likes.
    • He is able to express his feelings openly, and he occasionally feels jealous.

Powers and Abilities[edit]

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Solomon is capable of using his magic to fly, can have others fly along with him so long as they're holding hands, and can sustain flight magic for an extended period, as seen in the Devilgram Spread Our Wings and Fly.

Solomon has the ability to talk to animals, as demonstrated in a few Pop Quiz events. In the Pop Quiz Three-Legged Crow Leisure Land, Solomon communicates with some of the fish in Aqua Park. In All Aboard the S.S. Devildom!, Solomon speaks to some devil-dolphins.


Story[edit]

Background[edit]

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According to Nightbringer's "What day is it today?" widget, Solomon learned magic on September 12th.

As Solomon explains to MC in Lesson 36-3, long ago, he made a mistake when researching a new form of magic. Because of this mistake, he is unable to either grow old or die. He has lived for thousands of years looking the same as he does currently. In Lesson 36-C, Solomon also admits that he doesn't remember his own age. He comments that after 200 years or so, humans tend to forget how old they actually are.

In the Devilgram Guided by Desire, it's confirmed he has pacts with seventy-two demons in total, two of which are Asmodeus and Barbatos. He's expressed interest in making pacts with Belphegor and Lucifer (the latter especially), though both of them refused. In one of his Home Screen dialogues, Solomon expresses disinterest in entering a pact with Mammon. Despite this, he does ask Mammon to make a pact in Lesson 35 in exchange for a Midas Crest.

Obey Me!'s Main Story[edit]

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Lessons 1-20[edit]

After MC is spooked by some gossiping demons in the hallway of RAD they lose their D.D.D. resulting in meeting Solomon. He calls out to them, confirming he is talking to them by describing them as the human with a frightened, tormented look that demons love. He tells them that they are practically screaming for a demon to come and eat them. He hands them their D.D.D. explaining that he saw them drop it moments before.

After a questioning look, he introduces himself and explains that he is the other human exchange student from the Human World. Depending on MC's response to him he will either comment on having a demon like Mammon being assigned to look after them, as well as speculating at Lucifer's reason for doing that, or he tells them that he is a sorcerer with the Ring of Wisdom and 72 different pacts with demons.

After he leaves for class MC runs into Lucifer who tells them that they can't trust Solomon after seeing them talking with him moments before. He continues to explain that even though he is a human he has powerful magic and a magic ring that makes him dangerous, even to a powerful, greater demon.

Before the fuss about Mammon having made a pact with MC, Solomon is seen winning multiple rounds of cards against Asmodeus and Satan in a classroom. Asmodeus accuses him of cheating with magic, but he denies these claims and calls himself an innocent lamb of a human. Satan makes fun of him for the description stating that he is the most powerful sorcerer in the history of mankind. The conversation turns to Mammon and Solomon asks the two demons why they always put down Mammon and that shouldn't they be a bit more respectful since he was their older brother. The topic is immediately ignored in favor of the news of MC's plan.

Solomon is very interested in learning of this and seems very impressed that they are already planning on pressuring one of the brothers into a pact. After Asmodeus comments that he finds it strange that other demons have an issue with pacts, citing his and Barbatos's pacts with Solomon as reasons why it's not a big deal. He agrees that he has been fortunate on that front, but says he won't get complacent as he wishes to make a pact with Lucifer before MC does since it seems they are becoming one of his favorite people.

While Mammon and MC are attempting to enter Leviathan's room to borrow the TSL Soundtrack, Solomon shows up and gains access via a secret password phrase from The Tale of the Seven Lords. The other two attempt to copy the phrase but learn that it changes with each use and that they will have to learn about The Tale of the Seven Lords (TSL), via a watch party, to gain access.

After MC challenges Leviathan to a contest to see who is the bigger TSL fan, MC can choose to visit Solomon to give them a "trump card" to send Levi into a jealous frenzy. The scene is never shown but MC arrives at the contest with a platinum pendant of a single wing, which Levi says is the Lord or Corruption's lost wing pendant. The item is incredibly rare and was only released, in limited quantity, during the release of volume 1. Mammon confirms that Solomon having this must mean that he is as big of a TSL fan as he claims.

During the exchange party at the Demon Lord's Castle, Solomon is assigned to a room with Mammon and Satan. Mammon proclaims that Solomon looks like he snores in an attempt to get Asmodeus to switch rooms with him, something that Solomon denies. After taking their belongings to their assigned rooms, everyone meets back in the main room. Mammon lets it slip that his room has some nefarious plans for their time at the castle, Solomon's to get some magic items from the castle.

During the castle tour, a talking painting interrupts. It turns out to be an ex-girlfriend of Asmodeus. After a fight between them, she pulls Mammon, Leviathan, Beelzebub, Solomon, Asmodeus, and MC into the painting. The painting operated as a kind of teleportation device, as everyone pulled inside lands in an underground labyrinth where Leviathan's old pet snake, Henry 1.0 lives. At first, Solomon and MC are separated from the others, but he wastes no time in showing MC one of the powers of a pact by summoning Asmodeus to their location.

They quickly catch up with the other three who are being chased by Henry 1.0. Solomon decided to show off another power of a pact by enhancing Asmodeus' power so that Asmodeus is able to charm the snake for them to safely leave the labyrinth unscathed. When they meet up with the others, Simeon and Luke express their sympathy to Solomon for being dragged into that mess, but he tells them he actually had fun down there.

The next morning, on day two of the retreat, Solomon assists in keeping the group on task during the explanation of the scavenger hunt. During the hunt, he interjects a conversation between Satan and Simeon to tell Simeon that his teammate, Asmodeus, was photobombing and sabotaging the other teams. Later that night at dinner, he joins the discussion about the Celestial Realm food made by Luke when he offers his portion of the dinner, after voicing his surprise that Beelzebub was still hungry.

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Lessons 21-40[edit]

In Lesson 23-5, he revealed that it was his second time visiting the Celestial Realm.

In Lesson 29-5, Solomon told MC that he possesses the Ring of Wisdom, which was given to him by Michael long ago. The ring grants Solomon the power to control demons.

Lessons 41-60[edit]

Despite his negative opinions of the Sorcerers' Society, Solomon admits to MC in Lesson 45-4 that he and his most talented apprentice at the time actually founded the society long ago, but later "ended up having a difference of opinion."

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Relationships[edit]

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This section covers the relationships Solomon has with each of the characters from Solomon's point of view.

Main Character[edit]

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The relationship between MC and Solomon is slow to develop. He occasionally helps MC during their initial stay in the Devildom by giving them advice or assistance, such as when he temporarily lends MC some of his powers in Lesson 8. At the start of season three (Lesson 41), MC is under the apprenticeship of Solomon in studying the magical arts. He offered to help teach MC because he wants to help them learn to use the pacts they have to be able to summon demons.

Though he can be cryptic and keep his interests to himself, there are times that he shows an interest in strengthening his connection with MC, like in Lesson 46 when he booked twin rooms for himself, MC, Beelzebub, and Belphegor while they are within the Devil's Quest game. When pressed, he admitted that he wanted to be the one that MC shares a room with.

Nightbringer[edit]

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Lucifer[edit]

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Mammon[edit]

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Leviathan[edit]

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Solomon and Leviathan are friends due to their mutual interest in the "The Tale of the Seven Lords" series. They also bonded over video games. In the chat How to Beat the House of Sorrow, Solomon mentioned that he was currently playing "House of Sorrow", per Levi's recommendation. In the chat Purgatory Hall Dogi☆Maji 2, Solomon mentioned that Levi lent him Dogi☆Maji 2.

In the chat Anklet, Solomon mentioned that Levi taught him how to make anklets.

Nightbringer[edit]

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Satan[edit]

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Solomon and Satan share a love of cats which they often talk about in their groupchat Cat(3). However, this is not all they talk about. In the groupchat, Satan also often wants to talk about TV shows and invites Solomon and MC out to a café so they can discuss the episodes. While Satan is excited to share his thoughts, Solomon seems to view these conversations as a hassle.

Solomon respects Satan's intellectual abilities. In the chat The Intellectual Group, Solomon was impressed by Satan when he picked up on a mistranslation in the history book they are supposed to read for their group project. In the chat An Ancient Text, it is revealed that Solomon taught Satan how to read ancient writing from the Human World. Solomon brought home an ancient book of magic from the human world because he remembered that Satan told him he wanted to read it, signifying that he pays attention to Satan's interests.

Solomon is also somewhat protective of Satan. In the chat Documentaries are Awesome 2, Solomon shared a photo that Mammon sent him. Satan explained that he had just watched a documentary featuring large, parasitic insects. In a follow-up chat, Documentaries are Awesome 3, Solomon said that he deleted the photo from Mammon's D.D.D. in order to preserve Satan's dignity, and that he planned to make an enhanced insect repellent.

Nightbringer[edit]

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Asmodeus[edit]

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While Asmodeus is one of many demons that Solomon has a pact with, he typically behaves in a friendly manner toward Asmodeus, who sometimes turns to Solomon with his problems or plans. Even when he disagrees with his solutions, Solomon can't seem to say no to Asmodeus, as shown in Guided by Desire's Devilgram, where Solomon lied to Lucifer for Asmodeus's sake.

Nightbringer[edit]

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Beelzebub[edit]

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Belphegor[edit]

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Diavolo[edit]

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Barbatos[edit]

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Luke[edit]

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Simeon[edit]

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Thirteen[edit]

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In Lesson 35-9, Solomon offhandedly mentioned that he considers Thirteen to be attractive, even if he has only ever seen her looking angry. He also said he'd like to consider Thirteen a friend of his, but doubts that the feeling is mutual.

He and Thirteen have what Solomon considers "friendly competitions" with each other. As Solomon tells MC in Lesson 36-C, Thirteen wants to harvest his soul, so he agreed to part with it if Thirteen were to beat him at a game. Solomon hasn't lost yet, and whenever he wins, he's allowed to take one item from the Reaper's Cave. During one of these attempts at taking his soul, Solomon invited Thirteen to try some of his (known to be terrible) cooking. Thirteen has disliked him ever since "for some reason."

Nightbringer[edit]

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Mephistopheles[edit]

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Raphael[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

  • Solomon is likely based on the biblical figure King Solomon.
    • His name in Hebrew (שְׁלֹמֹה) means "peaceful" or "man of peace."
  • There is also an anonymous 17th-century text on demonology titled The Lesser Key of Solomon.
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