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|“||Dear, if I wanted to hurt anyone here... I would have done so already.||„|
|~ Alastor when Vaggie mistrusts him|
|“||After all, the world is a stage. And a stage is a world of entertainment.||„|
|“||I want to watch the scum of the world struggle to climb up the hill of betterment. Only to repeatedly trip and tumble down to the fiery pit of failure.||„|
|~ Alastor craving entertainment|
Alastor, also known as the Radio Demon, is the anti-villain of the adult animated YouTube series Hazbin Hotel. He is one of the most famous and dangerous sinners in Hell.
He is voiced by Edward Bosco in his normal voice while his singing voice is provided by Gabriel C. Brown.
Alastor is dressed in a dark red suit with a tie. He has pale skin, a spiky yellow grin and red eyes. His hair is red and brown and he has two little antlers on the top of his head. He also has a monocle and carries a microphone staff with him. His voice sounds like it's muffled through an old speaker and occasionally a laugh track accompanies what he says.
|“||Smile, my dear! You know, you're never fully dressed without one!||„|
|~ Alastor to Vaggie.|
Alastor is clearly cruel, sadistic and extremely violent, but otherwise his behavior, mannerisms, and even his voice are similar to an old-fashioned radio announcer; for instance, when he refers to modern television as a "picture show" and refers to Charlie as "charming demon belle".
He likes to showcase his power and carnage to everyone, however, Alastor is fully aware that there are other demons and entities that rival him in terms of power, and he isn't recklesss.
Despite being extremely powerful, he tends to get bored and lacks inspiration. He seeks entertainment which he still gets out of others' suffering. But to achieve that, he is willing to be supportive and kind. He always smiles and is creepily cheerful and upbeat all the time, he believes it shows power and dominance. If a rival were to frown, he would see them as weak.
Alastor dismisses the idea that redemption is possible. Nevertheless, he still provides the hotel a staff, and protects Charlie's business from outside threats. But he does very little to mask his true nature, as stated by his quote ''if I wanted to hurt anyone here... I would have done so already.''
Alastor is asexual, but isn't above slapping people's ass just to anger them for his own amusement.
When Alastor was alive, he was a serial killer and radio talk show host. He was said to have been accidentally shot by a deer-hunter, explaining his little antlers, but given this was said before the release of the first episode it is implied to be outdated, as currently it has been said to be due to a dog-related incident. When he appeared in Hell, he possessed unimaginable power, stronger than that of any mortal before him. It was unknown what exactly led him to such strength. He wreaked havoc and committed atrocities only to broadcast them so that everyone could witness them.
He shows up at Charlie's hotel and wants to help her out. Alastor saw her appearance on the news and liked her passion. He doesn't think it's possible to redeem demons, but he is bored and wants to watch the chaos of them trying to reform and repeatedly failing unfold. He summons a few other demons so the hotel has more staff and gives her tips on how to improve.
When Sir Pentious arrives to attack the hotel staff, Alastor uses his powers to flawlessly defeat him and destroying his ship. The group then head on back to the hotel with Alastor changing the sign name from Happy Hotel to Hazbin Hotel.
- Alastor was confirmed to be asexual on Twitter and is seen disliking Angel Dust's sexual remarks in the pilot.
- Faustie states that Alastor has no desire for power.