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Delmore Fallen Angel

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Delmore is Aldra's master and one of the key demons from Hades. He imbues Aldra with some of his power at the cost of her forever staying as a child (which was when she went to go look for her long-lost sister). Aldra would finally reject him after losing to Leina in the finals and learning the truth behind her sister's disappearance, thus leaving him to search for someone else stronger. In Beautiful Fighters, he forces Aldra to make another contract with him when he captures her while she and Tomoe were visiting Tomoe's home. Aldra would once again break Delmore's control over her and, with the help of Shizuka's ghost (who came back to stop her rampaging brother), was finally able to seal away Delmore once and for all.


While mainly appearing as a shadow, Delmore wears a black suit with a yellow tie and red undershirt. His true form depicts him as a six-winged, black, spectre.


He is dominative, as seen how he controls Aldra, and has a cold, unmoving aura about him. Nothing really matters to him, as he only wants to further his goals, at any cost.


He can completely take control of a person's body, and is able to encase others in stone. He is also a skilled fighter, using Aldra to win the Queen's Blade consecutively.



  • He is voiced by Akira Ishida, who also voiced Zeref Dragneel, Gaara, Kaworu Nagisa & Zexion.
  • His combat book appearance almost resembles that of the Joker, the archenemy of Batman.
  • In the English dubbed version of Queen's Blade, Delmore was made to sound more womanly, as opposed to him sounding like a male, in the original Japanese version, and is always referred to by female pronouns in the English dub.
  • In The English Version Delmore's is pronounced Delmora

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