Qlippoth (クリフォト, Kurifoto) was an organization that was under Rizevim Livan Lucifer, which had the main purpose to invade other world using the Evil Dragons. For that goal, they sought to defeat the Great Red which protects the Dimensional Gap by reviving the legendary beast, 666 (Trihexa).
The Qlippoth was first known when Rizevim reveals himself to be a part of the people experimenting on the Sephiroth Graal during the Vampire Civil War. He eventually transformed the Vampires of the Tepes Faction into Evil Dragons to serve as his army.
Rizevim later leads his army and successfully steals Agreas from the Underworld, using Agreas as his base and a place to keep 666.
Following the attack on Heaven (again led by Rizevim due to mischief), Rizevim began to hasten his plans for reviving 666. After being beaten by Issei and killed by Fafnir, Rizevim uses his own soul to revive the 666 while Apophis and Aži Dahāka betrayed Rizevim, taking over his place as the leader of Qlippoth.
Under the new leadership of the two Evil Dragons, Qlippoth began to attack various places and myths causing havoc even in the Human world. Qlippoth, however, eventually met its end as an organization after both Apophis and Aži Dahāka were defeated in battle while 666 was sealed in the Isolation Barrier Field.
The group functions as an terrorist cell with the purpose of defeating Great Red which protects the Dimensional Gap, so that they can invade the other world of ExE and cause destruction there with the army of Evil Dragons. To combat Great Red, it set about reviving the legendary Imperial Beast, 666 (Trihexa).
|Rizevim Livan Lucifer||A Super Devil and former leader of the Qlippoth till his death at the hands of Fafnir.||Super Devil||Pure-Blood Devil||Deceased|
|Euclid Lucifuge||Brother of Grayfia Lucifuge.||Ultimate-Class Devil||Pure-Blood Devil||Imprisoned|
|Apophis||An Evil Dragon, also known as Eclipse Dragon.||Evil Dragon||Dragon||Deceased|
|Aži Dahāka||An Evil Dragon, also known as the Diabolism Thousand Dragon.||Evil Dragon||Dragon||Deceased|
|Grendel||An Evil Dragon, also known as the Crime Force Dragon.||Evil Dragon||Dragon||Alive (Sealed)|
|Ladon||An Evil Dragon, also known as the Insomniac Dragon.||Evil Dragon||Dragon||Alive (Sealed)|
|Yamata no Orochi||An Evil Dragon, also known as the Venom Blood Dragon.||Evil Dragon||Dragon||Deceased|
|Niðhöggr||An Evil Dragon, also known as the Abyss Rage Dragon.||Evil Dragon||Dragon||Alive (Sealed)|
|666 (Trihexa)||The Beast of Apocalypse revived by Rizevim.||Apocalyptic Beast||Beast||Alive (Sealed)|
|Masaomi Yaegaki||A former Exorcist. He was the wielder of the Holy Sword; Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi. He was killed by Rizevim after he refused to fight Issei anymore.||N/A||Human||Deceased|
|Crom Cruach||The strongest Evil Dragon, also known as the Crescent Circle Dragon.||Evil Dragon||Dragon||Alive (Defected)|
|Lilith||Ophis' spawn and Rizevim's former personal bodyguard till his death||Dragon God||Dragon||Alive (Defected)|
|Walburga||The leader of the Stray Magicians; Hexennacht and the possessor of the Longinus; Incinerate Anthem.||N/A||Human (Magician)||Alive (Imprisoned)|
|Hexennacht||A collection of Stray Magicians; who were expelled by the Magicians Council and various other Magician organizations.||N/A||Human (Magician)||Disbanded|
|Diehauser Belial||The Champion of the Rating Games and number 1 ranked player. He allied with Qlippoth to get revenge on the Old Devils for the death of his cousin, but betrayed Rizevim.||Ultimate-Class Devil||Pure-Blood Devil||Alive (Defected)|
- Qliphoth/Qlippoth/Qlifot or Kelipot (Hebrew: קְלִיפּוֹת, the different English spellings are used in the alternative Kabbalistic traditions of Hermetic Qabalah and Jewish Kabbalah respectively), literally "Peels", "Shells" or "Husks" (from singular: קְלִפָּה qlippah "Husk"), are the representation of evil or impure spiritual forces in Jewish mysticism, the polar opposites of the holy Sefirot.
- Vali Lucifer was distrubed that Rizevim shared his dream of defeating Great Red, as due to despising his grandfather, Vali wanted to differentiate himself from him and his father.