Facts and statements
At some point after 18,000 BC, Marduk Kurios and other demons would capitalize on the human belief in a single lord of evil: "Satan" (Adversary in Hebrew), each of them claiming be to Satan and ruling over Hell (naming their own realms that way).
Marduk once stated that he had inspired himself from the Satan of the Bible, originally the angel Lucifer, but also stated that he doubted such a being existed. Karnak stated that Satan was just a story.
The Devil's Advocacy
The Devil's Advocacy was a place of gathering where demons crowded around Satan's empty throne, placing themselves more or less close to the seat as an illustration of how high they think of themselves. While many demons have claimed to be the true Satan, none ever dared to sit on the throne, as they'd be torn apart by all others.
Many demons started using the name Satan, including fallen angels Beelzeboul, Beelzebub, Lucifer, Samael, but also other demons, such as Marduk Kurios, Mephisto (although Mephisto alleged to have never called himself Satan), Satannish, Thog, and even by the Neyaphem (ancient demon-looking mutant) Azazel.
Events attributed to Satan
Many events have been attributed to Satan, either as the merger of many beings, or by "a" Satan that hasn't been identified as one of the known users of the name.
- The Devil was told to have a "hundred names" circa 13,000 B.C.
- 22 appearance(s) of Satan (Unidentified) (Earth-616)
- 2 minor appearance(s) of Satan (Unidentified) (Earth-616)
- 143 mentions of Satan (Unidentified) (Earth-616)
- 2 image(s) of Satan (Unidentified) (Earth-616)
- 1 quotation(s) by or about Satan (Unidentified) (Earth-616)