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For the parasitic species of the same name, see The Beast.
The Beast
Also known as: Satan, Abaddon, Lucifer, Krop Tor, The King of Despair, The Deathless Prince, The Bringer of the Night, He Who Bathes in the Black Sun, The Sin, The Temptation, The Deceive, The Pain, The Loss, The Death of Hope, Fury, Rage, Death, The Darkness, The Vile, The Ferocity, The Price, The Fool, The Agony, The Fear, The Vanity, The Obsession, The Lust
Race: Demon
Home Planet: Unknown (Imprisoned on Krop Tor)
Home Era: Pre-Universe to 43K2.1
Appearances: DW: The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit
TWM: Jetsam (illusion)
WC: The Beast is Back in Town
Actor: Gabriel Woolf (voice)

The Beast was a Demon imprisoned in the centre of Krop Tor, who claimed to have existed before this Universe was created. He identified himself as Satan, among many other religious representations of him.




The Beast claimed to have existed before the Universe, a claim that the Doctor found troubling to accept or consider as he believed nothing could have existed before then.

It is known that the Beast had been at battle with the Disciples of the Light. The Disciples, who themselves existed before the Universe, bound him in giant chains and confined him to a pit in the centre of Krop Tor, a planet in orbit around K37 Gem 5, a black hole. If he ever tried to escape, the field holding Krop Tor in orbit would collapse and the planet would be sucked into the black hole, taking the Beast with it. Despite this, the Beast claimed that he was the basis of the Devil-figure in all religions. This included the Kaled God of War and the God of Evil for Draconia and Dæmos. (DW: The Satan Pit)

Encounter with the Walker Expedition

In the year 43K2.1, the Walker Expedition came to Krop Tor, searching for the source of energy that kept the planet from falling into the black hole. The Beast possessed Toby Zed via the text transcribed into the Krop Tor Notebook.

Through Toby, the Beast's first action was to kill Scooti Manista by breaking one of the windows after she witnessed the possessed Toby walking outside the station without a spacesuit. The Base's Ood were taken over, causing them to attack the other member of the Expedition.Upon the Ood's defeat, the Beast planned to escape by keeping his spirit in Toby's body, leaving his physical body behind. The Doctor deactivated the force holding Krop Tor in orbit.

His spirit was destroyed when Toby's body was pulled into the black hole, followed shortly by the Beast's original body, which was destroyed along with Krop Tor. However, he claimed that he would never be truly destroyed. (DW: The Satan Pit) This could be supported by the Doctor's words that the Beast is an idea, not to mention the fact that the Beast's mind was detachable from its body, and neither an idea nor a mind can be destroyed by a physical construct, like a black hole.


The Beast's physical body resembled a massive humanoid with crimson skin, two large horns projecting from its head and a corpse-like face.

The Beast could manifest himself through electronic media, including computer voices and hologram viewers. Its mind could leave its body and possess a single hive mind of the Ood collectively or a single human individually, though not more than one at one time. He had the power of telepathy and, through a host, telekinesis. Possession of a human subject affected the host's skin, causing strange markings to appear all over their face and body; and vocal chords, allowing them to speak with different pitches simultaneously. Whether a single human or a hive mind, the eyes of those possessed by the beast glowed a fiery red. The Beast could also project fire from his mouth. His hosts could also physically survive in a vacuum indefinitely. (DW: The Impossible Planet / The Satan Pit)

He is known to have a son, Abaddon who was trapped in the Cardiff Rift on Earth. (TW: End of Days)

Some also called the Beast itself Abaddon. Abaddon had a "nemesis" or "evil twin" known as Pwccm. It is unknown if Pwccm is related the Beast. (TWN: The Twilight Streets)

Other References

Aliens and Enemies of Series 2
The Christmas Invasion: Sycorax  • Fadros Pallujikaa  • Roboforms  • Roboform Christmas Tree
Attack of the Graske: Graske  • Changelings  • Slitheen family  • Zygon
New Earth: Cassandra O'Brien.Δ17  • Chip  • Sisters of Plenitude  • Face of Boe  • New Humans  • Casp  • Jatt Tooth and Claw: Lupine Wavelength Haemovariform  • Brethren  • Angelo School Reunion: Krillitanes  • Lassar  • Wagner  • Jackson The Girl in the Fireplace: Clockwork Droids Rise of the Cybermen/The Age of Steel: Cybermen  • John Lumic/Cyber-Controller  • Crane The Idiot's Lantern: The Wire  • Magpie The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit: The Beast  • Ood  • Tobias Zed  • Seven Gamma Seven Love & Monsters: Abzorbaloff  • Hoix  • Autons Fear Her: Isolus  • Mr Webber  • Scribble Monster Army of Ghosts/Doomsday: Daleks  • Cult of Skaro  • Dalek Sec  • Dalek Caan  • Dalek Thay  • Dalek Jast  • Cybermen  • Cyber-Leader  • Adeola Oshodi  • Gareth Evans  • Matt Crane  • Flying Stingrays

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"The Beast" was the name given by the crew of the USS da Vinci to a large starship encountered in 2376 (SCE eBook: The Belly of the Beast), belonging to the Hlangry race. (SCE eBook: War Stories, Book One)

The Beast was many magnitudes larger than the Sovereign-class USS Enterprise-E, and was a cruise ship designed to carry tens of thousands of passengers and crew. The vessel also a deployed a zero-point drive engine which meant it could travel faster that a Federation vessel and never need to refuel.

In 2376, The Beast was infiltrated by a swarm of twelve man-sized insectoids resembling Earth wasps. The twelve insects infected all of the passengers with their eggs and put all of the passengers inside The Beast's engine core, where the eggs hatched and the creatures grew, feeding off the bodies of the passengers. The twelve insects then took The Beast to Blossom IV to attack the planet and gain more food so that more young could be hatched. Fortunately, the Enterprise-E was able to stop the ship and destroy the control room, killing the twelve parent insects.

When the crew of the da Vinci discovered the hatchery, the SCE team discovered that the eggs had hatched and the young had escaped. After a fight to keep control of The Beast, the SCE team managed to overload the engine core and destroy the ship. (SCE eBook: The Belly of the Beast)

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From Muppet Wiki


Beastie is Tosh Fraggle's doglike pet who appears in the Fraggle Rock episodes "Boober's Quiet Day" and "Scared Silly."


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The Beast
The Beast
Release date Unknown edit
Race Cat
Members NPC? Yes
Quest NPC? No
Location Keldagrim
Sells items? No
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? No
Gender Male
Examine Who ate all the rats?
Notable features Guards the entrance to the Rat Pits.

The Beast is a cat, and a close companion of Smokin' Joe, a dwarf. The Beast lives in Keldagrim, where he ensures that those visiting The Laughing Miner Pub do not enter the Rat Pits unauthorized. If the player attempts to speak to The Beast, with or without a catspeak amulet, the cat will simply glower at him/her without responding.


  • The name of this NPC is a possible reference to "The Beast" in the movie Kung Fu Hustle
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ST Expanded

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The Beast is a being of legend, whose origin and longevity are a mystery. For a time its home was rumored to be on Joc-Duloc. (Star Trek: Pioneer (STP))

In 2383, Lilly Adar accidently released the Beast from an Oppressor Gateway. ("The Forgotten Planet")

In history

In legend and myth, the Beast has appeared on many worlds. On Earth, he was known as the Devil, Satan, or Lucifer. He was often depicted as a horned animal, such as the Devil's depiction in the Codex Gigas.

The inhabitants of the planet Yoth, depicted the Beast as a humanoid with the head of a Jackal, similar to the Ancient Egyptian God Anubis. This was how the Beast was depicted throughout much of the Oralian sector. Peoples of this region of space also refer to the Beast as the Lord of Red, fore legend says that the Beast bestows the gift of red eyes upon its disciples. ("The Forgotten Planet")

However, no one truly knows the Beast's true appearance.

Some Oralian sector scholars believed that the Beast came into being along with the First Ones. ("The Forgotten Planet")

Mark of the Beast

In the Earth religion Christianity, the Mark of the Beast, according to the Book of Revelation of the New Testament of the Christian Bible, is the number 666. (The Bible: 13:17-18)

Apparently, the Beast also visited many worlds in the Oralian sector, leaving his mark on their societal memory. One such world was Yoth, in which the entire planet was covered in a deluge ever four years as a result of his mark. ("The Forgotten Planet")

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

The Beast

The Beast


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The Beast (unnamed in the Japanese version) is Greiger's Duel Runner.

The Beast is the largest known Duel Runner and is modelled after a dragster. A large skull is mounted on the front. A set of back tires are detachable, in order to reveal a set of blades mounted on each axle, similar to a war chariot.

The Beast redesigned.

After becoming a Dark Signer, Greiger redesigned The Beast for Shadow Turbo Duels, making it more powerful than before. He included a new design featuring geoglyph patterns and a new set of spiked axles. It was crushed by falling debris after Greiger rammed it into the Blackbird to save Crow.

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Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

The Beast
English: The Beast
Attribute: DARK Image:Dark.png
Types: Beast/Effect
Level: 12 Image:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 7720/5500
Card Lore: If this card attacks, it is changed to Defense Position at the end of the Battle Phase. This card's battle position cannot be changed until the end of the next turn, except with a card effect.
Sets with this Card: Subspace Emissary
Card Limit: Limited
Other Card Information: Gallery - Rulings
Tips - Errata - Trivia
Lores - Artworks - Names
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Level 12  +

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