From the scroll uncovered in the Valerious family archives, the Devil appears as a horned, winged gargoyle creature, as is the usual depiction of what a or the Devil is believed to look like.
In 1462, Dracula was apparently murdered by the left hand of God, so his spirit made a covenant with the Devil, to exchange his soul in order to be given a new life, which the Devil agreed to do so but it came with the price of drinking the blood of at least one or two humans a month. Dracula was then turned into an invulnerable undead relic of his former self and template for a vampiric race, thanks to the Devil's powers. When Valerious The Elder banished Dracula to his icy fortress, the Devil also gave him wings in the form a demonic, bat-like demon will-powered transformation to escape and come and go. Dracula gained a fearsome reputation as the apparent Son of the Devil, and had some respect for his power, evident when he and the Devil hold hands in promise on the scroll depicting the pact between them, and in 1888, reminded his brides to beg the Devil that their children may stay alive.