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Ba'al was a Goa'uldand one of the last System Lords. Once an underlord in the Second Goa'uld Dynasty, Ba'al left Ra 's service and rose to a position of power among the System Lords in his own right. After the fall of the Goa'uld at the hands of the ReplicatorsBa'al was the only known surviving System Lord and became determined to rebuild his power base. He succeeded somewhat with his clones, but over time they were all killed, with the last being extracted by the Tok'ra.

The real Ba'al was finally killed by Colonel Cameron Mitchell, who set an ambush for him when he tried to alter history. Mitchell shot Ba'al in the head, killing him, and with the deaths of all his clones, Ba'al was gone for good, although the host of one of his clones survived.

First seen during the Second Goa'uld Dynasty, Ba'al was originally one of Ra's prominent underlords in service to him on Earth where he was thought to be the son of El —who was, in actuality, Ra—by the Canaanites.

It was in this role that he oversaw many cultures' development of an agricultural system, the Canaanites and Phoenicians among them. Ba'al's influence spread throughout these cultures so much that he was known over the entire Mediterranean basin and, eventually, most of the planet. He was rarely seen to be a kind overseer, however, and indeed whenever his people failed to meet his strict food production quotas he very often issued orders for the mass sacrifice of Human lives. Though these measures led to overall prosperity for both the Goa'uld and the people, it came at the expense of many people and so it perhaps came as no surprise that Ba'al was one of the first Goa'uld to encounter rebellion among his people, though it was to a much smaller scale than Ra's later comeuppance.

A few smaller villages abandoned worshipping him and so, for their pride, Ba'al struck them down.

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It was during the time that the Goa'uld ruled Earth that he was sent to Kinahhi —under the name Re'ammin the Thunderer —to kill its ruler, King Yahm, when he fell from the favor of the Goa'uld. He cast Yahm's body into the oceans on the planet and erected a floating city, Tsapan, on the site of his death; this marked the beginning of the Kinahhi people's enslavement to the Goa'uld. However, the people of the planet eventually rose up against Re'ammin, using his own technology against him, and forcing him to flee the planet.

During this time, Ba'al was able to use his gravity technology to create black holes while using an anti-gravity device of Ancient design as a shield so that he wouldn't be affected by them. After he was overthrown on Kinahhi, he took the power source of his shield with him but left the rest of the technology behind, fleeing to his fortress world.

He was forbidden from returning to Kinahhi by the other System Lords as they feared what he could do with the shield and anti-gravity technology at his disposal and so he placed the shield's power source in a shrine on his fortress world and while he continued experimenting with gravity technology, it was on a much smaller scale.

At some time after this, while the Goa'uld still ruled Earth, Ba'al was temporarily killed by Mot then resurrected through a sarcophagus by his 'sister', Anat. After the fall of the Second Goa'uld Dynasty, Ba'al was one of the first to foresee that the Tau'ri would one day rebel and so left the planet for the stars, earning him the wrath of his former master Ra, and causing him to be kicked out of the Sun God's inner circle.

Despite this setback, Ba'al managed to maintain control of several Jaffa who had been loyal to Ra and so was able to carve out a small niche for himself within the ranks of the System Lords. Though not entirely loyal to Ba'al, these Jaffa served him out of fear of his wrath for, even though they knew that Ra's wrath on them would be terrible if he managed to defeat Ba'al, Ba'al presented a more immediate threat to them.

In addition to this, Ba'al did not hesitate to make examples out of any who betrayed him to their former lord. Following the full rebellion of the Tau'ri, Ra's attention was drawn to Ba'al whom he was able to defeat repeatedly until, in desperation, Ba'al turned to Sokar —ironically fulfilling that Tau'ri's belief that he was indeed Ba'alzebub, the agent of Satan.

Having been well aware of Sokar's enmity towards Ra, Ba'al offered him a contingent of his Jaffa—several having in fact been servant of Ra himself at one point—to contend with Ra on the field of battle.

Although Sokar's forces were more than sufficient to deal with Ra on their own, Ra's former forces provided a unique insight into the workings over their former lord's tactics and so proved extremely valuable to Sokar.

In exchange for this help, Sokar took Ba'al under his wing for a time, aiding him in his struggle to survive against their mutual enemy. This alliance stood for generations during which time Ba'al took advantage of Sokar's help, using both his own and his new "master's" forces to carve out a significant kingdom among the planets of the Milky Way galaxy. Because many such gains were made with the help of Sokar's Jaffa, Sokar considered the territory to be his though he rarely pressed this issue and simply left Ba'al be, concentrating on his own war with Ra.

Ba'al continued to pay tribute and give respect to Sokar for the course of his "servitude", as well as providing a buffer against Ra's forces with his ever-growing territory allowing Sokar to concentrate along a narrower frontier. Ba'al could not hide his true intentions forever, though, gradually subverting the Jaffa that Sokar left him to the point that he commanded their true loyalty.

He eventually became content that he would be able to contend with the forces of Ra without Sokar's aid, Ba'al broke off his servitude to Sokar and declared himself the sovereign ruler of his sector of space. Sokar immediately tried to recall his Jaffa from Ba'al's service but was met with no answer and so sent two of his fleets to reclaim the territory which he believed Ba'al had stolen from him.

Having learned of his attack, Ba'al made a daring gambit; when Sokar's fleets arrived in two of the systems controlled by Ba'al, they were met with only two ha'tak 's each. As Sokar's fleets closed in to attack the ships, Ba'al unleashed his plan and used the ha'tak's to cause the systems stars to go supernova, destroying everything nearby including themselves and the sixty million inhabitants on the worlds. Quickly deciding that the price of a war with Ba'al was too high to pay, Sokar and Ba'al agreed to a peace treaty so that they could focus on their prime opponent, Ra.

For centuries after this the truce remained, both of the Goa'uld fighting against Ra rather than amongst each other.Level ?! Appearing in multiple forms, he always holds incredible power. Apart from his almost unstoppable power, he also has the ability to remove his soul from his body and move it to another one. In the Disgaea franchise, he usually appears as a giant and heavily armored Ogre which is assumed to be his true body.

Usually, after the battle with him, a harder Round 2 is unlocked in which he uses another body or multiple copies to fight the main character while his old body restores itself. In other games like Phantom Brave and Makai Kingdomhis appearances take place between his body being defeated and his body being restored as he always has to use a backup body during those times.

Although it is said that King Krichevskoy died by choking on a black pretzel, the true story was that he tried to stop Baal from trying to conquer the Netherworld.

Though it cost him his life, he managed to seal Baal away. He is the second-strongest enemy found in the Disgaea: Hour of Darkness not counting enemies of the Item World and even Laharl was shocked by his strength. Baal is fought at the bonus location " Baal Castle " which is unlocked by clearing The Alternate Netherworld and Beauty Castlein either order the player wishes. Unlike the previous Bonus Stages, you do not need to pass a bill in the Dark Assembly to go to it.

He carries a Super Robo Suit and Nemesis during his first encounter. After being defeated Laharl is granted the title of "Tyrant", and Baal takes the form of Uber Prinny Baal which is much stronger than a regular Prinny. Note that despite being in Prinny form he will never explode when thrown. His minimum level is with around 6 million Hp and all his stats beingat the bare minimum without his equipment.

He keeps his evil growl and leaves explosions with each strike of his knives. His moves have more range than normal prinny moves. As an example, Prinny Barrage has a five target cross pattern instead of a single target attack range. When Etna encounters Baal, the Prinny that she is with tells Etna that he is the Tyrant Baal, a netherworld conquering monster. When Etna says she has no choice but to fight him, it appears that the prinny accompanying her stands up for her, "Dood!

Leave it to me Master Etna! When in Etna mode Baal is a little bit tougher because of the geo panels and the symbols, in this order, bottom left corner "Enemy Boost x 3" bottom right corner "Silence" top left corner "No Lifting" and top right corner "Clone", each of the geo symbols is surrounded by four prinnies.

After defeating Baal the Prinny exclaims that he can not believe she beat the Tyrant Baal, and Etna exclaims that she is better than an Overlord and that title is now meaningless to her.

She then exclaims if the prinnies don't want her to kill them they'd better not betray her again. By defeating Baal in Etna mode, Etna is granted the title " Beauty Tyrant " and the game ends and " Etna Boogie " plays in the credits and the background shows her lying down wearing a cape and crown. This stage is unlocked after 25 Dark World Maps are complete, and the bill to unlock the stage is passed.Question: "Who was Baal? The practice of Baal worship infiltrated Jewish religious life during the time of the Judges Judgesbecame widespread in Israel during the reign of Ahab 1 Kings and also affected Judah 2 Chronicles In general, Baal was a fertility god who was believed to enable the earth to produce crops and people to produce children.

Different regions worshiped Baal in different ways, and Baal proved to be a highly adaptable god.

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According to Canaanite mythology, Baal was the son of El, the chief god, and Asherah, the goddess of the sea. Baal was considered the most powerful of all gods, eclipsing El, who was seen as rather weak and ineffective. In various battles Baal defeated Yamm, the god of the sea, and Mot, the god of death and the underworld. The Canaanites worshiped Baal as the sun god and as the storm god—he is usually depicted holding a lightning bolt—who defeated enemies and produced crops.

They also worshiped him as a fertility god who provided children. Baal worship was rooted in sensuality and involved ritualistic prostitution in the temples.

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At times, appeasing Baal required human sacrifice, usually the firstborn of the one making the sacrifice Jeremiah The priests of Baal appealed to their god in rites of wild abandon which included loud, ecstatic cries and self-inflicted injury 1 Kings During the reign of Ahab and Jezebel, at the height of Baal worship in Israel, God directly confronted the paganism through His prophet Elijah.

First, God showed that He, not Baal, controlled the rain by sending a drought lasting three-and-one-half years 1 Kings Then Elijah called for a showdown on Mt. Carmel to prove once and for all who the true God was. The Baalim of the Old Testament were nothing more than demons masquerading as gods, and all idolatry is ultimately devil-worship 1 Corinthians Share this page on:.

Find Out How to All rights reserved. Privacy Policy This page last updated: January 2, He is found in the Throne of Destruction deep within Mount Arreat. The player catches up with him just as he is about to enter The Worldstone Chamberand Baal summons five waves of monsters to stop the player. Once the room is clear of monsters, Baal will enter the Worldstone Chamber. Baal was voiced by Milton James both in the game and in the cinematic.

The fight against Baal really starts against his five waves of minions that have to be removed in order to reach Baal himself. Each wave showcases monsters from each of the acts in the game. The waves are, in order:. In many cases, players may feel that Lister is in fact harder to deal with than Baal himself.

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In those cases, the monsters can simply be led away from Baal's presence. He does not actually check whether his minions are alive or not, but only whether they are still near him. So if they are lured away a sufficient distance, Baal will enter the Worldstone Chamber and the player can follow.

Baal has a lot of life and can pack a punch, but he lacks the powerful singlehit skill that Diablo has in his Red Hose Lightning. While Hoarfrost is damaging, it also knocks the player away from Baal himself, putting the player at a safer distance.

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All rights reserved. This site is a part of Fandom, Inc. About Diablo Wiki Disclaimers Mobile view. Support Contact PRO. The Worldstone Chamber Centuries later, Diablo freed Baal, who then corrupted the Worldstone to devastating effect for the barbarians who lived near Mount Arreat. The heroes killed Baal shortly afterward. As with all the Great EvilsBaal spawned from one of the seven heads of the great dragon Tathamet. His domain in the Burning Hells was the Realm of Destruction.

Baal's early existence was much like that of his fellow brothers, Diablo and Mephisto —an endless battle with the forces of Heaven. He never got tired of it, partly because he never exhausted all the opportunities for wanton destruction. However, determined to be the sole ruler of Heaven and Hell, Diablo turned on his brothers, costing the Primes their chance at victory. I breached the fortress and saw it firsthand. The Worldstone is gone! The angels I killed knew nothing about it.

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But since you are so perceptive, maybe you remember who else has been missing: Lilith. We must find her, rip her limb from limb, take the Worldstone back! While leading his forces on the battlefields of PandemoniumMephisto noticed that the angels were withdrawing. He ordered his forces to withdraw so he could analyze the situation. Baal, losing patience, stormed the Pandemonium Fortress and discovered that the Worldstone was missing. The angels he killed could not enlighten him to its whereabouts.

However, Baal did have his suspicions, and pointed out to Mephisto that Lilith was missing. Believing her to be responsible for the Worldstone's disapearance, he demanded that they find her, kill her, and take the Worldstone back.

Due to the actions of the Vizjereithe powers of Hell came to learn of the existence of Sanctuary and its inhabitants. To this end, they founded the Triune —a seemingly benevolent religion that was actually a front for their true motives. Each of the Primes took on an alter ego for worship and in Baal's case, he was known as Bala, the Spirit of Creation, [2] represented by a leaf in Triune iconography.

Both nature and the architectural triumphs of humanity were said to be under the auspecies of his spirit. The Triune's efforts to ensnare humanity were hindered by the rogue angel Inarius however, who founded the Cathedral of Light. Thus began the Sin War. In the end, the conflict ended with both Heaven and Hell agreeing to respect Sanctuary's neutrality in the Great Conflict.

Baal and his brothers had kept Sanctuary's existence a secret from the Lesser Evilsand that had driven a wedge between them.Baalgod worshipped in many ancient Middle Eastern communitiesespecially among the Canaaniteswho apparently considered him a fertility deity and one of the most important gods in the pantheon.

Yet such fluidity in the use of the term baal did not prevent it from being attached to a god of distinct character. As such, Baal designated the universal god of fertility, and in that capacity his title was Prince, Lord of the Earth. He was also called the Lord of Rain and Dew, the two forms of moisture that were indispensable for fertile soil in Canaan. The tablets, although closely attached to the worship of Baal at his local temple, probably represent Canaanite belief generally.

Fertility was envisaged in terms of seven-year cycles. In the mythology of Canaan, Baal, the god of life and fertility, locked in mortal combat with Motthe god of death and sterility. If Baal triumphed, a seven-year cycle of fertility would ensue; but, if he were vanquished by Mot, seven years of drought and famine would ensue. Ugaritic texts tell of other fertility aspects of Baal, such as his relations with Anathhis consort and sister, and also his siring a divine bull calf from a heifer.

All this was part of his fertility role, which, when fulfilled, meant an abundance of crops and fertility for animals and mankind. But Baal was not exclusively a fertility god. He was also king of the gods, and, to achieve that position, he was portrayed as seizing the divine kingship from Yammthe sea god. Baal persuaded Asherah to intercede with her husband Elthe head of the pantheon, to authorize the construction of a palace.

The god of arts and crafts, Kotharthen proceeded to build for Baal the most beautiful of palaces which spread over an area of 10, acres.

The worship of Baal was popular in Egypt from the later New Kingdom in about bce to its end bce. Through the influence of the Aramaeans, who borrowed the Babylonian pronunciation Belthe god ultimately became known as the Greek Belos, identified with Zeus.

Baal was also worshipped by various communities as a local god. It is not known to what extent the Canaanites considered those various Baalim identical, but the Baal of Ugarit does not seem to have confined his activities to one city, and doubtless other communities agreed in giving him cosmic scope.

What made the very name Baal anathema to the Israelites was the program of Jezebelin the 9th century bceto introduce into Israel her Phoenician cult of Baal in opposition to the official worship of Yahweh I Kings Article Media.

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