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Demon (disambiguation)for other, similarly-named pages.
I don't think the word "demon", or even "Dæmon", appears in The Satan Pit. I'm not 100% if "evil" is either, but the description of the Kaled god of war and Earth, Dæmos and Draconia's "horned beasts" in Pit absolutely doesn't use any variant of "evil creature" or "evil god". Are devils and fallen angels even considered "gods"? They're almost certainly not in real-world Judeo-Christian religions.
A Demon was an evil creature in the mythology of the humans, [source needed] although similar deities appeared in the religions of races such as the Kaleds and the Draconians. (TV: The Satan Pit) They were generally depicted as being humanoids, often with horns.
The Destroyer was an entity from another universe who unwillingly served Morgaine. The Destroyer was vulnerable to silver, which enabled Morgaine to chain him with manacles made of it. When shot with silver bullets fired by Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, the Destroyer was apparently killed. (TV: Battlefield)
The Dæmons were a race of advanced aliens from Dæmos. During their travels on Earth, they probably influenced the mythology of the native humans. (TV: The Dæmons) They themselves had a figure in their mythology similar to the Beast. (TV: The Satan Pit)
Marchosias, a gestalt manifestation of the Psionovores, took the form of an eight-foot tall bright red demon when "summoned" as an agent of Lucifer by Brigham Elisha Dashwood III and the Hellfire Club. (AUDIO: Minuet in Hell)
An entity from a Shadow Dimension was hired by the alien Hornets to trap the Doctor and drain his mind of all his knowledge. The entity's appearance and frequent need to drain the life force of humans to sustain itself made the Fourth Doctor call it a demon. (AUDIO: Demon Quest)
- The Captain, apparent ruler of Zanak, frequently swore by the sky demon. (TV: The Pirate Planet)
- In the court of King John of England (actually Kamelion), the Fifth Doctor, Tegan and Turlough found themselves mistaken for demons due to their "magical transportation". (TV: The King's Demons)
- Demnos is an anagram for demons. (TV: The Masque of Mandragora)
- Justine believed that Vincent Wheaton's powers were the result of a demon inside him, although Ace scorned this belief. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)