Although Baal loves to bewitch and subjugate his victims with deception and charisma, he is always the son of Baalzrodan: should he fall into the most furious anger until he loses control, the legacy of his father takes over and reveals his true Daemonic form. Baal rarely assumes his demonic form, but when he transmutes, he becomes a towering Daemon wrapped in black flames and his mighty black obsidian horns underline his social status. The few witnesses of this transformation affirm that the more Baal get angered the more his face becomes that of a furious demon, so much so that he is also called the Devil.
Baal himself claims that the only survivors of this transformation were his father Baalzrodan and that coward traitor Aamon. But the prince of intrigues is neither a forgiving nor surrendering Daemon, he will first conquer Rotvar, and when all peoples are under his crazy dominion of pleasure and luxury, he will declare war to his father, kill him, and become the new Demon King. Finally, Baal will enjoy making his brother Aamon suffer for eternity for having betrayed him at the crucial moment to overthrow his father.