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Astaroth
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Astaroth, as he appears in Soulcalibur II and Soulcalibur: Lost Swords
Real Name Azr Ss Trzaous (A new being likened to man) (Soulcalibur V)
Birthplace Grand Shrine of Palgaea, Persia, (present-day Iran) (Soulcalibur-Soulcalibur IV)
Unknown (Heretical Order Fygul Cestemus/Shrine of the Snake God Palgaea)(Soulcalibur V)
Birthdate September 3, 1584 (Soulcalibur-Soulcalibur IV)
Each has its own (Soulcalibur V)
Age 3 (Soulcalibur) 7 (Soulcalibur II-Soulcalibur IV)
Just created (Soulcalibur V)
Gender Male
Height 6' 8" (206cm) (Soulcalibur-Soulcalibur IV)
7' 2" (220 cm) (Soulcalibur V)
Weight 287 lbs (130kg) (Soulcalibur-Soulcalibur IV)
403 lbs (183 kg) (Soulcalibur V)
Blood type None (clay-made Golem)
Weapon Giant Axe
Weapon name Kulutues (Merciless Destroyer)
Fighting style Gyulkus (The way of defense)
Family Creator: Kunpaetku (deceased, slain by Maxi)
Servant of Ares (Soulcalibur IV)
Master: Nightmare (Soulcalibur IV)
Many more "Astaroth" are being created
"Older Brother", Original Astaroth
Alignment Evil
Appears in Soulcalibur
Soulcalibur II
Soulcalibur III
Soulcalibur Legends (Astaroth Alpha)
Soulcalibur IV
Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny
Soulcalibur V (new Astaroth)
Soulcalibur: Lost Swords
Soulcalibur: Unbreakable Soul
First game Soulcalibur
English voice actor Jay S. Gilbert (Soulcalibur II)
Michael McConnohie (Soulcalibur III-Soulcalibur V)
Japanese voice actor Banjō Ginga (Soulcalibur)
Ryūzaburō Ōtomo (Soulcalibur II-Soulcalibur V)
"I hunger for your soul!"
— Astaroth

Astaroth (アスタロス, Asutarosu) is a golem character in the Soul series of fighting games. Astaroth made his first appearance in Soulcalibur and has returned for Soulcalibur II, Soulcalibur III, Soulcalibur Legends (as Astaroth alpha), Soulcalibur IV and Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny. A new Astaroth appears in Soulcalibur V. The original Astaroth, despite being killed, will be playable in the PS3 exclusive Soulcalibur: Lost Swords. Throughout the Soul series Astaroth is referred to as "Black Giant" and "A Soldier Of The Heretics".

What lies in his soul is Power. In Soulcalibur V's promotional material, he is referred to as Harbinger of Destruction.

BiographyEdit

SoulcaliburEdit

Ares, the god of destruction, desired Soul Edge to dethrone his father, Zeus, so he ordered Kunpaetku, the grand priest of the cult order Fygul Cestemus, to seek it out. Astaroth, a golem, was created in hellish heat under the divine protection of Ares to head up the quest. Kunpaetku ordered his creation, Astaroth, to find the demonic blade. As he watched Astaroth depart from the shrine, the grand priest laughed to himself as he planned to keep the Soul Edge and become a god himself. Unknown to Kunpaetku, however, Ares had possessed Astaroth with his servants, the Keres, to ensure that Kunpaetku would not betray him. When Astaroth finally found Soul Edge, he had lost half of himself during the battle with Sophitia.

Soulcalibur IIEdit

Deciding that Ares would not be pleased with the sword in this condition, he agreed to help the Azure Knight, Nightmare, build his power by collecting souls by slaughtering countless victims. As Astaroth was finally ready to betray Nightmare and take the Soul Edge from him, Kilik, Xianghua, and Maxi stormed Ostrheinsburg Castle, and Astaroth was killed by Maxi. Four years later, signs of Soul Edge began to re-emerge, and Ares resurrected Astaroth in an attempt to retrieve the evil blade once again. This time, though, his body had been infused with the shards of the Soul Edge, making him more powerful than ever before.

Astaroth had set out on the trail for the evil blade, but a problem arose. The grand priest Kunpaetku had realized his golem was not behaving as originally instructed – that another force now claimed ownership over Astaroth since his initial creation. In order to reclaim Astaroth as his servant, Kunpaetku performed a ritual on the lowest level of the cult's temple and unleashed a powerful curse on him. Astaroth fought back against the curse, for he had become an ideal host for the Keres, because of the fragments of Soul Edge he had taken in during his resurrection. He would destroy anyone who stood in his way, and now the cult had become nothing more than an obstacle in his path. Astaroth entered the temple to destroy the cult once and for all, and his whirlwind of destruction mowed down everything in his path.

Soulcalibur IIIEdit

The curse had only fueled him with anger, and he was determined to destroy anything and everything he saw. The temple of the heretics had become a crucible of chaos. Astaroth pursued Kunpaetku into the deepest part of the temple, but the grand priest managed to escape at the last minute. Only the words the priest left behind remained, telling him that he was nothing more than a failed doll modeled after a mere human. Astaroth immediately stopped in his tracks, distracted with this new found horrible knowledge, and began to search the temple's archives for his roots. He had been made in the image of a man called only by the name "White Giant." Astaroth destroyed the facility in which Kunpaetku's ritual had been performed, and his curse faded such that he regained his true strength. He then proceeded to destroy the temple completely until it became unrecognizable debris, and nothing was left but chaos and rubble.

Fygul Cestemus had been wiped from history by the very being that they themselves had created. Astaroth stood within the ruined temple, quietly thinking to himself. If the "White Giant" he had been modeled after was as powerful as himself, then that man must surely be the greatest soul on earth, the perfect nourishment to resurrect the Soul Edge back to its full power. Perhaps Astaroth himself did not realize his own hidden desire to destroy the "White Giant" – to make himself a complete creature, unique without any model. The golem set out, his new objective set, disappearing into the mirages in the distance. Behind him was only a column of smoke rising from a ruinous wasteland; in front of him somewhere was the perfect soul.

Soulcalibur IVEdit

Astaroth had been unconsciously fighting the thoughts of him being created in the image of the "White Giant". Perhaps because of this, his body has been twisted to the point where he no longer looks remotely human. But then he finally found the White Giant and nearly killed him. Suddenly, he realized that he had been serving Ares all this time. This thought made him insane, and he destroyed the landscape around him.

Then Tira approached him, and told him that she can bring him to a fitting place where he could hunt a god. However, Astaroth can clearly see that she is a very loyal servant of the evil sword, and she was just using him. Then again, she was right about the fact that he needed a better place to find souls. So he went to Ostrheinsburg and became Nightmare's servant once again, only this time, he plans to devour everything; those who descend upon Ostrheinsburg, and even Soul Edge itself.

Soulcalibur VEdit

Fygul Cestemus, a cult that worshipped the twisted god Palgaea, was preparing to effect its grand revival. "Pain...the pain! UAARRRGH!" From the depths of a subterranean temple, newborn lungs screamed in torment.

The cult's man-made giant, Astaroth, had always followed his masters' bidding, until one day 17 years ago, the creature developed a will of his own and rebelled; both Astaroth and Fygul Cestemus were destroyed. But it wasn't long before the priests of Mars and Venus crafted a mechanical woman to retrieve Astaroth's core and return it to the cult, which had already begun to reform.

Factions battled for control of the precious artifact, but it wound up in the hands of High Priest Kunpaetku, who had clawed his way back from the brink of death. If Astaroth's core had been a gift from the gods, Kunpaetku reasoned, unraveling its secrets would grant him the power to create life of his own. He could surpass the gods themselves!

Finally, his research bore fruit. Beaming with triumph, the high priest gazed upon the new Astaroth as he roared and tore at his chains. "Yes, Astaroth, rage! Rage! Very soon the world will know your wrath..." That was only the first of many such monsters he created. Released from their underground lair, a host of them lumbered west, lured by the power of a distant soul...

Endings Edit

SoulcaliburEdit

Astaroth returned before the grand priest Kunpaetku with Soul Edge in hand.
Kunpaetku: "Astaroth, you have done well. Now the power that surpasses the gods is mine!"  "What...are you doing! No, unhand me! Stop! STOP!"
Astaroth: "Need...more...souls!"
Engulfed in crimson hellfire, the two figures eventually fade from view.
What were Astaroth's true intentions? There is no way to know...

Soulcalibur IIEdit

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Soul Calibur 2 - Astaroth Ending HQ

Soul Calibur II Astaroth's Ending

To infuse the sword with the strength his master desired, Astaroth would pay the ultimate price...
He consumed countless souls, and steeped in their fear, became the sacrificial offering.
No one knew the god of destruction's true desires, but there would be no respite for Astaroth.
His body fused with the malevolent blade, Astaroth was feared as the grim reaper on battlefields for all eternity.

Soulcalibur IIIEdit

Astaroth walks through the desert, dragging Soul Edge across the ground, before the screen fades to black. When it fades back in, he is seen sitting on a rock when Ares, in the form of a ball of light, appears before him. Astaroth stands up and holds Soul Edge out and says: "Here, I brought Soul Edge!", Ares says: "You did well, Astaroth. Now, offer Soul Edge to me!"

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Soul Calibur III Astaroth's Ending A

Astaroth chuckles and holds Soul Edge over his head, bending it with all his strength. "This is what you wanted, this worthless weapon?" Soul Edge shatters into several pieces. Ares flies away without a word. "I am the ultimate. I have the power to destroy even Soul Edge!". Astaroth glows with evil energy and laughs.

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Soul Calibur III Astaroth's Ending B

Astaroth swings Soul Edge around and throws it at Ares' luminous form, causing it to disappear. Soul Edge flies back into Astaroth's hands. "Do not...give orders to me! Ah ha ha ha! Run, run away!" Astaroth holds Soul Edge up high. "A lowly god...does not have the right to own me!"

Soulcalibur IVEdit

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Soul Calibur IV Endings Astaroth

Soul Calibur IV Astaroth's Ending

Algol falls to the floor on the top of the Tower of Remembrance, with Astaroth looking down on him.
Algol: Your power exceeds that of my own. I am impressed!
Algol dies, the power of Soul Edge leaving his body and entering Astaroth, who chuckles. Astaroth: So this is the power of Soul Edge! No, it's not enough for me. I need more!
Astaroth continues consuming power as the screen fades to black. When it fades back, it shows a giant Astaroth stomping through the forest.
Astaroth: Give me more, I want more!
Astaroth screams, teeming with the power of Soul Edge. The screen fades to black, with a text that reads:"His evil spreads throughout the world. It is the roar that announces the beginning of the dark ages."

Fighting Style Edit

Astaroth is well known in the Soul Series for performing powerful attacks and throw moves. His moves are quite slow in execution however, which leads to him having a disadvantage against faster characters such as Taki. He is most effective when used at long range since many of his attacks utilize that aspect in their properties. Astaroth is somewhat regarded in terms of tournament use between mid to high tier. He fights much like Rock and even has some of the same moves.

Critical Finish Edit

Eternal Damnation: Astaroth's Critical Finish in Soulcalibur IV sends his opponent crashing to the ground before he catches them on the end of his axe. He then drags them around the arena before sending them sailing into the air. Astaroth's Critical Finish is shared with Rock and Ashlotte, the only difference being their victory poses and the symbols that appears at the end. (Astaroth and Ashlotte both have their symbols of their cult appear—yellow for the former and violet for the latter).

Critical EdgeEdit

Cestemus Doctrine: Astaroth grabs his opponent and slams them to the ground. He then spins them on the ground with his axe creating a fire vortex.

Tower Of Lost Souls Details & SkillsEdit

Astaroth appears in Tower of Lost Souls Ascend mode as a boss under the floor "Law Of The Earth" as an easy boss but he also appears in other floors such as "Unseen Sickle," "Worshiped Sacrifice," & "Envoy Of Destruction" as a more difficult opponent to defeat. A fighter named Raguel also uses Astaroth's fighting style as a boss under the floor "King Of The Physical Realm".


TOLS Ascend Mode Boss: Law Of The Earth (Floor 2)

Partners: Revvolk & Curtana (Law Of The Earth Floor 2)

Loki & Elza (Unseen Sickle Floor Floor 48)

Herman, Grima & Judas (Worshipped Sacrifice Floor 55)

Tira & Nightmare (Envoy Of Destruction Floor 59)

Helmwige (Story Mode Stage 2 & 3 Only)


Skills On "Law Of The Earth"

1.Shave Damage C

2.Auto Counter C

3.Knock Down


Skills On "Unseen Sickle"

1.Invisible S

2.Soul Gauge Boost C

3.Soul Gauge Rate Up A

4.Knock Down


Skills On "Worshipped Sacrifice"

1.Nullify Ringout A

2.HP Drain S


Skills On "Envoy Of Destruction"

1.Soul Gauge Damage A

2.Shave Damage A

3.Soul Gauge Boost A

4.Nullify Ringout A


Default Skills

1.Guard Breaker

2.Will Power

3.Knock Down

WeaponsEdit

StagesEdit

Theme MusicEdit

Soulcalibur

  • "Born from Chaos"

Soulcalibur II

  • "Evil Reborn"

Soulcalibur III

  • "Bred from the Gap"

Soulcalibur IV

  • "Infernal Offering"

Soulcalibur V

  • "Chainless Disaster"

QuotesEdit

SoulcaliburEdit

  • Go to hell!
  • Gggrrrrr.
  • Get lost!
  • Eyeehehehehe!
  • Your soul is MINE!
  • Are you dead yet?
  • You worm!
  • Die!
  • Squirm!  -says in character selection screen in 2P outfit.
  • Scream! -says in character selection screen in 1P outfit.
  • Squirm! scream!
  • You worm! Get lost!

Soulcalibur II Edit

  • Exterminate!
  • Shut up and die!
  • Go ahead and struggle!
  • Destroy all!
  • Begone, you scum!
  • I will crush you!
  • Don't expect to die peacefully!
  • Do you want to die that badly?
  • Don't move... I'll bury you!
  • It will rain blood today!
  • Don't scream! Worms!
  • Ready to die?
  • I'm gonna tear you apart!
  • Begone, you filth!
  • Disappear forever!
  • Go ahead and struggle, scum!
  • I will grind you to death!
  • I'm not going to go easy on you!
  • What!?
  • Pretentious little bug!
  • You all look the same to me!
  • Don't disappoint me!
  • Need more souls!
  • Your soul is mine!
  • Know your place, scum!
  • Worms!
  • Dead already?
  • Dead yet?
  • Give up!
  • Shred!
  • Squirm! Scream! Kill!
  • Squirm! Scream!
  • Struggle! Begone!
  • Ridiculous.
  • Get lost!
  • Don't make me laugh!
  • Who's next?
  • Amuse me again!
  • Stop screaming, worm!
  • Shut up and die!
  • Dead already?
  • No use!
  • Squirm! Scream! Die!
  • Begone, scum!
  • Fools!
  • Get out of my sight!
  • You make me laugh!
  • Stop screaming! My ears hurt!
  • Is this the end?
  • I'll take your soul.
  • Execute!
  • Shatter... scatter!
  • Mash!
  • Struggle!
  • Begone!
  • Kill!
  • Take this!
  • Rot away!
  • Squirm!
  • Scream!
  • Shut up!
  • Scum!
  • Disgusting!
  • Smash!
  • Don't move!
  • Go to hell!
  • How's this?
  • Disappear!
  • Die!
  • Got you!
  • Balba!
  • Did I kill ya?
  • Too easy!
  • What?!
  • Damn it!
  • Bastard!
  • How?
  • You swine!

Soulcalibur III Edit

  • I'll strangle the life out of you...
  • Stop moving around! It's irritating!
  • You pretentious fool!
  • You will fear me...
  • I'll crush you!
  • This may be worthwhile... after all.
  • You deserve to die!
  • Lemme smack you around some.
  • Don't scream, cur!
  • Don't expect a quick... death.
  • Time to slaughter!
  • I will crush the life out of you!
  • I will destroy all!
  • You disgusting filth!
  • It's time you... die!
  • Out of my sight, you scum!
  • Shut up... and die already!
  • You wanna die that badly?!
  • Disappear... and never come back!
  • Don't you move...
  • Go ahead and squirm!
  • Rain of blood... shall rain down today!
  • You filth! Outta my sight!
  • You thought you could live through this?
  • A pathetic fool, after all.
  • Damn... I forgot to take its soul.
  • Hm? I guess that was too much.
  • Even in droves, they're still too weak.
  • You and your stupid tricks... maggot!
  • You put up quite a fight... maggot!
  • Hey... at least put up a fight.
  • Want me to tear you apart?
  • You've got some guts... for a fool.
  • I'm gonna squeeze the life out of you.
  • Grrr... what a joke.
  • Cry out in pain! I wanna hear you scream!
  • I'll shred you to pieces.
  • I have no need for worthless souls!
  • Hell awaits... peon!
  • Get out of my sight!
  • Don't make me laugh!
  • Dead yet?
  • Filthy maggots!
  • Your soul... is mine!
  • What? Dead already?
  • How ridiculous!
  • I'll grind you into the ground!
  • Is that the best you can do? You stupid fools!
  • Your soul... is now mine, worm.
  • So, are you ready to die?!
  • Stop screaming! It's irritating!
  • Disappear... and never come back!
  • Time to perish!
  • Disintegrate!
  • It won't work!
  • Scream for me!
  • Stay down!
  • I'll wrench you apart!
  • Gorah!
  • Suffer!
  • Scream!
  • Balba!
  • How's... this?!
  • Take... this!
  • Is that it?
  • Pathetic.
  • What?!
  • Dammit!
  • Damn you!
  • What is this?!
  • Show me... your strength!
  • Aah ha ha ha ha! I will crush you right here!
  • He he ha ha ha ha! And now, you will lose to that monster!
  • All you have to do was die quietly, but now.
  • Humph... so you managed to live... Well, no matter.
  • You survived... but let's see if you can do it again!
  • Damn... I messed up.
  • Quite a nerve on you. This will be amusing!
  • Your malice... will make a great offering for my master.
  • Here, I brought Soul Edge!
  • Heh he he he he... This is what you wanted? This worthless weapon?!
  • I am the ultimate... I have the power to destory even Soul Edge!
  • Gah ha ha ha ha ha!
  • Do not... give orders to me!
  • Ah ha ha ha! Run, run away!
  • A lowly god... does not have the right to own me!
  • I like your eyes... they filled with hatred.
  • What was that?! Pathetic fool!
  • Don't think you're going to live through this.
  • A good sacrifice... ripe for the taking.
  • You dare to defy our god? Quite daring, human.
  • Trying to catch me off-guard? You better be prepared to die.
  • Wretched worm... I will smash you to pieces.
  • That's it? Figures. What an idiot.
  • You're the one that will be dead!
  • What? Humph.
  • He he he... I'm impressed, cur.
  • A... foolish attempt.
  • How perfect! Your soul... I'll rip it out of you!
  • A good soul... How impressive.

Soulcalibur IVEdit

  • Don't expect a quick death!
  • I will crush the life out of you!
  • This might be worthwhile.
  • Let me hear you scream!
  • I will smash you to pieces!
  • Don't scream, you cur!
  • Go to hell!
  • Dead yet?
  • Filthy maggots!
  • Your soul is mine!
  • Did you just do something?
  • Stay down!
  • Time to perish!
  • Now, disappear!
  • You maggot!
  • Time to die!
  • Balba!
  • Suffer!
  • Disappear!
  • You fool!
  • Scream for me!
  • That do it?!
  • Give it up!
  • Annoying!
  • Take this!
  • Shut up!
  • Disgusting!
  • Disintegrate!
  • Enough of this!
  • Cry!
  • Scream!
  • Disgusting!
  • Splatter!
  • Can you take this? Nyah ha ha ha ha ha! - spoken during Critical Finish.
  • So pathetic... - spoken after a Critical Finish.
  • What?!
  • Damn you!
  • Pathetic!
  • Hmpf. I'll give you something.
  • Time to slaughter!
  • Even in droves, they're still too weak!
  • I will destroy you all!
  • Is that the best you can do? You stupid fools!
  • Shut up, you maggot!
  • Such beautiful screams!
  • Shut up... and give them to me!
  • You're just pathetic and weak!
  • So this... is the power of Soul Edge!
  • No, it's not enough for me, I need more!
  • Give me more, I want more!
  • Give me Soul Edge!

Soulcalibur VEdit

  • Silence, you maggot!
  • I hunger for your soul!
  • I'm going to kill... all of you!
  • Power... I can feel it!
  • Why would I remember... a little worm like you?! - spoken after defeating Maxi.
  • Who are you? Answer me! - spoken when engaging in battle against Maxi.
  • Only I... am Astaroth! - spoken after defeating another Astaroth.
  • Buzz off!
  • Your soul... belongs to me!
  • Break apart!
  • Stay down!
  • Scream for me!
  • Disappear!
  • Get outta my face!
  • Die!
  • Shut up!
  • Show me your blood!
  • You bore me.
  • Be... destroyed! You maggot!
  • Feed me... your soul!
  • Weakling... begone!
  • He ha ha! Wake up!
  • Worthless!
  • Balba!
  • I'll tell you what!
  • You dead? - spoken after defeating opponent.
  • What?! - spoken when hit by a tremor.
  • Damn you, maggot! Take this! I'll cut you to shreds!! - during Critical Edge.
  • Impossible! - spoken when losing a battle against Maxi.
  • You think you've won?! - spoken when ring out
  • Why?!
  • I'll twist you apart!
  • Go... to hell!
  • Ha ha ha! Squirm, you filthy maggot!
  • You scum!!! - Spoken when ringed out.
  • No! Damn scum! - Spoken when losing a battle, when time runs out.
  • Damn... maggots!!! - taunt.
  • I need... more! - taunt after defeating opponent.

Soulcalibur: Lost SwordsEdit

  • I hunger for your soul!
  • Squirm, you filthy maggot!
  • Your soul... belongs to me!
  • Power... I can feel it!
  • I'm going to kill... all of you!
  • He ha ha ! Be crushed !
  • Break apart !
  • Suffer !
  • Damn you, maggot! Take this! I'll cut you to shreds!! - during Critical Edge.
  • Damn... maggots!!!
  • I need... more!!!

TriviaEdit

  • Astaroth's appearance in Soulcalibur V resembles Necrid, a character that appeared in Soulcalibur II. Also, the fact that his body was animated and is powered by electricity is reminiscent of Frankenstein's monster.
  • Astaroth is the first character in the Soul Calibur series to be succeeded by a separate, identical character, in Soul Calibur V. The second is Nightmare and the third is Yoshimitsu.
  • Astaroth is sometimes referred to as the "Black Giant" and "A Soldier of the Heretics".
  • Astaroth appears in Namco's Pac-Man Fever.
  • The head equipment "Leather Mask Comb" in Soulcalibur IV is highly similar to, if not the same as, the headpiece used in Astaroth's 2P outfit in Soulcalibur.
  • Astaroth's skin color is purple in his alternate costume in the original Soul Calibur, Soul Calibur 2, and Soul Calibur 3. Also, Astaroth's 1P outfit resembles a mysterious creature with purple armor pieces in Soul Calibur IV.
  • Most of Astaroth's weapons were originally Rock's. (Not storyline-wise.)
  • Astaroth is the youngest character in the Soul series, being he's only seven years old; ironically, he's also one of the tallest. In Soulcalibur V, many new Astaroths are being made so they remain the youngest characters and they're significantly taller than the original Astaroth.
  • The Palgaea and Kunpaetku Shrines have been featured as Astaroth's only stages throughout the series.
  • The Palgaea cult is located in the Persian Desert, as evidenced by the story mode map and accompanying text in Soul Calibur III.
  • The music that plays in Astaroth's SCIV ending is an homage to the music of the Godzilla series of B-movies.
  • In Chronicles of the Sword, the player can use Astaroth's weapons and moveset as a level 30 Barbarian, along with Nightmare.
  • The Japanese seiyuu of Astaroth, Banjō Ginga has also voiced other videogame characters such as Liquid Snake from Metal Gear Solid, Major Zero in Snake Eater, Liquid Ocelot in Guns of the Patriots, Jack from the Tekken series and AWACS Eagle Eye in Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War, the first title ever released by Namco as Namco Bandai.
  • Astaroth's primary costume from Soulcalibur was also used as his alternate costume in Soulcalibur IV.
  • Astaroth's Poseidon Tide Rush was used in Monty Oum's fan-made series Dead Fantasy by Ninja Gaiden character Rachel in the second episode.
  • In Soulcalibur II, Astaroth stands at 6' 4", while in Soulcalibur IV, he stands at 6' 8". In Soulcalibur V, his newly created body even stands at 7' 2".
  • Astaroth's mask from his alternate Soulcalibur II costume is available as a DLC in Soulcalibur IV under the name "Devil's Mask". It appears again in Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny, along with Soul Calibur V.
  • Ancient Ogre from the Tekken series can be customized to look like him, albeit without his white eyes nor "Executioner's Belt".
  • Astaroth's overall design and backstory is similar to that of Frankenstein's monster. Being that he's a resurrected corpse and some of his alternate costumes have stitch marks on his body and even volts on his back similar to those found in the Frankenstein monster's neck. In addition to that, his main look in Soulcalibur V is green.
  • Within the Schwartzstrom group, Astaroth is referred to as "Sinister Sable".[1]
  • Despite his massive weight, Astaroth is no more resistant to knockback and grappling attacks than anyone else.
  • In his second costume in Soulcalibur V, Astaroth's voice changes slightly to fit the mechanical theme. Also, the costume may have been inspired by Ashlotte's design, as she too was created to be a mechanical creature...although he resembles a Necron warrior from the tabletop war game called "Warhammer 40,000" and Seth from Street Fighter IV.
  • Strangely, in SoulCalibur V's Creation Mode, if one equips any type of head item onto Astaroth that hides his entire head (such as the Werewolf head), the exposed heart on his chest disappears.
  • Because of Astaroth's size, created characters with "Soul of Astaroth" often deal damage without connecting with the opponent. This is most noticeable if the created character is short, and when the created character throws.
  • He is similar to Skurd from Blades of Fury. They both are very tall, very muscular, evil executioners with giant axes and bear spikes on their clothing. Also, one of Blades of Fury's stages is almost identical to Astaroth's Soulcalibur II stage.
  • Astaroth seems to have some violent aspects associated in his costumes most of the time; for example, his third costume in Soul Calibur II seems to have streams of blood on him.
  • Astaroth can be created in Mortal Kombat Armaggedon. The only impossiblity is that his open heart, & metal collar cannot be placed on him. Otherwise, it looks fairly convincing.
  • In Soul Calibur IV, Astaroth's skin could be recolored. In Soul Calibur V, however, this option is taken away.
  • Astaroth is the second character in the series not to have eyebrows, the first being Voldo, with the third being Necrid. It is unknown whether or not Yoshimitsu or the Berserker have eyebrows (Whether Aeon Calcos has eyebrows in his human form is unknown, but has a lizard, he does not count, since lizards were never meant to have eyebrows in the first place.)

EtymologyEdit

In demonology, Astaroth is the Crowned Prince of Hell.

Relationships Edit

  • Creation of Kunpaetku.
  • Was the servant of Nightmare in Soulcalibur and again in Soulcalibur IV.
  • Defeated Ivy in Soulcalibur (non-canon.)
  • Nemesis of Maxi, by whom he was killed in Soulcalibur and defeated by in Soulcalibur IV.
  • Defeated Rock in Soulcalibur III, who he is modeled after and almost killed him before the events of Soulcalibur IV.
  • Defeated Yun-Seong in Soulcalibur III
  • Was convinced by Tira to become Soul Edge's servant again in Soulcalibur IV.
  • Ashlotte, who was sent by the Cult, was after him in Soulcalibur IV. According to the new Astaroth's bio in Soulcalibur V, she successfully retrieved the original's "core," allowing for the new Astaroth to be formed.
  • Faced the Jedi Grand Master Yoda in his Soulcalibur IV intro (non-canon Xbox 360 only, but can be downloaded or unlocked in PS3)
  • Recreated by Kunpaetku in Soulcalibur V.
  • A lone Astaroth was defeated by Patroklos in a forest.

Soulcalibur Manga ComicEdit

  • In Soulcalibur Manga Comic, Volume 1 (Act.3), Astaroth appears during Nightmare's ritual.
  • In Soulcalibur Manga Comic, Volume 2 (Act.7), Astaroth and armies of Lizardmen attack on Maxi's pirate comrades. When Astaroth finds the leader of the crew is Kyam, Astaroth attacks him violently.
  • In Soulcalibur Manga Comic, Volume 5 (Act.29), Astaroth was defeated by both Maxi's ultimate form and slain by Hwang.

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