Balrog (disambiguation)

Balrog (disambiguation)

A Balrog is a demon from J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium, which have inspired many other demons in fiction.

A Balrog may also be:

* The monster the player must defeat to win the computer game "Moria"
* Balrog ("Street Fighter"), a character in the "Street Fighter" video game series
** Vega ("Street Fighter"), a "Street Fighter" character named Balrog in Japan
* Balrogs, tall, muscular demons in the video game "Diablo II"
* Balrog, a recurring enemy in the video game "Cave Story"
* The Jr. Balrog and Crimson Balrog, monsters in the MMORPG "MapleStory"
* A high-level boss of the Lost Tower in the MMORPG "Mu Online"
* A boss in the MMORPG "Survival Project"
* The ninja alter ego of Eric Cartman
* Modelname of a file in the game data of "World of Warcraft" used for several demons
* Balrog, the name use in the Japanese version of "" for Valukar, boss of the Yampi Desert Cave

See also

* Balron, a non-player enemy in the computer role-playing game ""
* Balor (Dungeons & Dragons), a type of demon

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