Abaddon (disambiguation)


Abaddon (disambiguation)

Abaddon is a Biblical Hebrew word meaning "destruction".

Abaddon may refer to:

*Abaddon (band), a Polish band.
*Abaddon (demon), chief of the demons of the seventh hierarchy.
*Abaddon the Despoiler, a character in the "Warhammer 40,000" fictional universe
*Abaddon Books, an imprint of Rebellion Developments
*"Abadon El Exterminador", a novel by Argentinian writer Ernesto Sabato
*"Summer in Abaddon", 2004 album by the indie rock band Pinback
*Anthony "Abaddon" Bray, former drummer of the band Venom
*Abaddon, a demon in the sci-fi series "Torchwood"
*Abaddon, the God of Secrets, main antagonist of the Guild Wars campaign, Nightfall.
*Abaddon, a salesman and owner of a junkyard in the Star Trek Voyager episode .
*Matthew Abaddon, a character in "Lost"
*Abadonna ( _ru. Абадонна), the angel of death in Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita ( _ru. Мастер и Маргарита).
*Abaddon, the pseudonym of Michael Lynn, an American hacker.
*Abaddon, a boss enemy in ' and '. He appears as a human-sized locust with the head of a human and the body of a bipedal locust with a green 'tailcoat'. He wields a conductor's baton and uses it to command an army of locusts to attack the hero en masse, while he hops around the small room, using bodily contact to harm the hero additionally.
*The Beast of Abbadon is a boss creature in the game ""
*Abaddon, a boss fight in the video game Final Fantasy VIII, which takes place in the salt flats outside Esthar, a xenophobic city-state.


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