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Hexennacht, also known as Witches Night, is a group of Stray Magicians, who cooperated with Qlippoth.

Summary

In Volume 14, the group assisted Nilrem in attacking Kuoh Town and kidnapping Ravel Phenex, Koneko Toujou and Gasper Vladi, as they fought against the members of the Gremory and Sitri peerages.

In Volume 16, during the Vampire Civil War, it is revealed that Hexennacht had begun cooperating with the Khaos Brigade, as Walburga and her subordinate Magicians engaged the Vali Team in battle, with Arthur Pendragon, Bikou and Fenrir staying behind to fight them so that Vali Lucifer could proceed onwards to confront his grandfather; Rizevim Livan Lucifer, who was the new leader of the Khaos Brigade.

In Volume 17, Walburga lead the assault on Auros Academy while the members of Hexennacht along with other Nilrem Magicians infiltrated the Magicians' Assembly, secretly altering the teleportation spell that was meant to teleport civilians to safety into a spell that teleported the sky city of Agreas, allowing Qlippoth to steal and seize it. The Hexennacht Magicians fought against the members of the Magicians Assembly but were defeated as all of the Hexennacht Magicians that infiltrated the assembly were killed by the self destruct spell that Euclid Lucifuge implanted into some of the Nilrem Magicians, reducing Hexennacht significantly.

In Volume 19, during the Exorcist Rebellion, Walburga was defeated by Team DxD and imprisoned by the Three Factions. With its leader imprisoned and a significant loss of manpower, the organization was forced to dissolve.

Members

Name Information Rank Race Status

Walburga

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The former leader of Hexennacht and the former possessor of the Longinus, Incinerate Anthem. She lead the group during various attacks on the Three Factions before being defeated by Team DxD during the Exorcist Rebellion, and having her Longinus taken away. N/A Human (Magician) Alive (Imprisoned)

Trivia

  • The name Hexennacht is in reference to Walpurgis Night, a feast that commemorates the canonization of Saint Walpurga and the movement of her relics to Eichstätt.

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