|Doom Dome Battle|
|Demon Bounty||Mission Alpha|
Solomon is the one of the main antagonist in Rokukai's Demon Bounty.
Solomon is the original leader of the Underworld, being the counterpart of the higher intelligence from back in the time when only the Heavens and the Underworld existed. Solomon ruled with 12 disciples underneath him, the twelve Zodiac, with Aries as his right hand. Afterwards he created the 72 Lesser Keys which also included Paimon who was the strongest of them. One day Lucifer descended from the Heavens and started working with Solomon, who announced shortly before he died that Lucifer would become the next ruler of the Underworld. It was not long before he died and his body was buried in the Garden of Eden.
Solomon is one of the major antagonists in the game, even though it is not truly him. Solomon's body was brought back by Aries and controlled his body to control the demons that were once loyal to them and their lesser demons, Paimon becoming his right hand as Paimon was his strongest soldier back then. You fight Solomon in two endings, despite it being Aries underneath, but also appears in other endings.
When enough information is gathered Rokukai and Seben arrive at Aries' Lair and have to convince Paimon that Solomon is Aries in disguise, so they can fight and defeat him.
In Goetia Aries is disguised as Solomon and only can be uncovered when Prince is with them which is only possible if enough demons are defeated in Goetia. When done so Aries reveals himself and is fought and defeated by the boys. When defeating Solomon however Aries manages to escape and roam free.
In the Wildefort City Hall is remains unknown if Aries escaped Solomon's body after he was defeated. However when Lucifer is defeated Solomon claims the throne in the Underworld, and his face flashes revealing it is indeed Aries who now rules. At the Infernal Planes Solomon immediately gets killed which leaves Aries' fate unknown. Although it is likely that Aries escaped Solomon's body just like he did in Goetia. Solomon however strangely is absent from the true ending, as Aries immediately appears in his own form.
- Solomon is a fabulously wealthy and wise king of Israel and a son of David in the Bible.
- However he does not seem to draw much inspiration from it and his name just seems to be taken from the Lesser Keys of Solomon, an anonymous grimoire on demonology.