The clan that produced the strongest player in the Rating Game, members of the Belial clan are noted for their signature power called Worthless. The ancestors from the previous few generations were unknown people who made constant errors in the previous War of the Three Factions as well as the Civil War of the old government, causing the strength and authority of the clan to continuously decline. The Belial family faced financial difficulties but managed to just scrape by until Diehauser's success in the Rating Game finally solved this difficulty as his continuous victories in Rating Game allowed him to promote products made in the Belial domain and increase the wealth of the Belial family.
Members of the Belial clan could be compared to the Gremory clan for their affection to others around them, though less immense. The members take good care of their family and the citizens within the Belial's territory, despite their standard of living being in a poor state. The territory of the Belial clan is not particularly prosperous although the citizens do not face difficult lives. Tax received from the citizens is quite low: being one of the reasons for the clan's low ranking, which caused them to be ridiculed by some of the elite.
Members of the clan possess the ability known as Worthless, which allows them to nullify both offensive and defensive abilities, so long as they understand the properties of the ability.
The only known members of the clan are Diehauser, Cleria, Lord Belial, Calfa Belial, and Diehauser's uncle and grandfather.
|Diehauser's Grandfather||A former Head of the House of Belial, father of Lord Belial and an unnamed son, father-in-law of Calfa Belial, grandfather of Diehauser and Cleria Belial. Not much is known about him.|
|Lord Belial||The current Head of the House of Belial, husband of Calfa Belial, brother of an unnamed brother, father of Diehauser Belial, and uncle of Cleria Belial.|
|Calfa Belial||The current Lady of the House of Belial, wife of Lord Belial, mother of Diehauser Belial, sister-in-law of an unnamed brother-in-law, and aunt-in-law of Cleria Belial. Not much is known about her other than she disagreed with her son partaking in the Rating Games for worry of seeing him get hurt.|
|Diehauser's Uncle||The son of an unnamed father, brother of Lord Belial, brother-in-law of Calfa Belial, father of Cleria Belial, and uncle of Diehauser Belial. Not much is known about him.|
|Diehauser Belial||The former Head of the House of Belial, son of Lord Belial and Calfa Belial, grandson of an unnamed grandfather, nephew of an unnamed uncle, and cousin of Cleria Belial. Diehauser lost his right to be the Head of the clan due to his involvement with Rizevim.|
|Cleria Belial †||The daughter of an unnamed father, granddaughter of an unnamed grandfather, niece of Lord Belial, niece-in-law of Calfa Belial, and cousin of Diehauser Belial. She was the High-Class Devil who ruled Kuoh Town before Rias Gremory.|
- In Volume 18, it was mentioned that Cleria Belial was from a Branch Family in the House of Belial.
- Belial is a proper noun for the Devil or Satan in Jewish and Christian texts.
- The term belial (בְלִיַּעַל bĕli-yaal) is a Hebrew adjective meaning "worthless", which serves as the namesake of Worthlessness, the symbolic power of the Belial Clan.
- In demonology, Belial is listed by Abramelin as one of the Four Crown Princes of Hell (with Lucifer, Satan and Leviathan) and a demon in the Bible. In the Ars Goetia, he is said to be a mighty and a powerful king, ruling over 50 legions of demons made after Lucifer. From other sources, Belial is usually listed as a king, a prince, or a lesser prince of Hell.