Minor characters in High School DxD.

Four Heavenly Kings[edit | edit source]

The Four Heavenly Kings (四天王, Shiten'nō) are the four Buddhist gods, which originate from the Indian version of Lokapalas, each of whom is believed to watch over one cardinal direction of the world.

Vaiśravaṇa[edit | edit source]

Vaiśravaṇa (ヴァイラヴァチャ, Vu~airavu~acha) is the chief of the Four Heavenly Kings and protector of the north in Buddhist mythology. He is the ruler of rain. He participated in the Azazel Cup as a member of Indra's team; Team Vajra.

Virūḍhaka[edit | edit source]

Virūdhaka (ビリダカ, Biridaka) is the king of the south, one of the Four Heavenly Kings, and one who causes the good growth of roots in Buddhist mythology. He is the ruler of the wind. He participated in the Azazel Cup as a member of Indra's team; Team Vajra.

Dhṛtarāṣṭra[edit | edit source]

Dhrtarāstra (ドリタラシュトラ, Doritarashutora) is the king of the east, one of the Four Heavenly Kings, and the God of music in Buddhist mythology. He participated in the Azazel Cup as a member of Indra's team; Team Vajra.

Virūpākṣa[edit | edit source]

Virūpaksa (ヴィルパクシャ, Vu~irupakusha) is the king of the west, one of the Four Heavenly Kings, and one who sees all in Buddhist mythology. He participated in the Azazel Cup as a member of Indra's team; Team Vajra.

Other Buddhas[edit | edit source]

Xuanzang Sanzang[edit | edit source]

Xuanzang Sanzang (玄蔵三蔵, Kurozō Sanzō) is a former human monk that travelled to India to retrieve the sutras along with Sun Wukong, becoming a Buddha in the process. He appears in the short story "Wolf's Emblem", where he agrees to Sun Wukong’s request to become the counselor for the White Dragon Emperor Albion, after he suffers from depression when Odin called him the Butt Dragon Emperor.

King Enma[edit | edit source]

King Enma (閻魔大王, Enma Daiō) is the Lord of Hell in Buddhism, known for his strict nature and has influence in both Hinduism and Buddhism. He was selected to join the Alliance of Hell, but he refused to join as he did not agree with Hades’s plan. After refusing to join, Erebus and his group began to attack the temples in Kyoto as revenge and to anger him, until he was stopped by Team DxD.

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