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Now, you see...the thing is...I don't take orders from you anymore. Not since the whole abdication thing. So...long live King Charlie. He's going to be a hell of a ruler. Pun intended. Because I am going to mold him into exactly what I want. You know, you've got to admit you've been a bit of a selfish king. Keeping the whole Earth thing to yourself.
~ Dromos to Lucifer before their fight.

Dromos is a supporting antagonist in the TV series Lucifer, serving as the final antagonist of Season 4 and a mentioned character in Season 6.

He is a demon and subordinate of Lucifer Morningstar where he came to Earth to bring him back to Hell as their king, before attempting to replace him with a successor.

Whilst possessing Father Kinley, he was portrayed by Graham McTavish, who also portrayed Zoran Lazarević in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, the Saint of Killers in Preacher, Dracula in Netflix's Castlevania, Joseph Bertrand III in inFamous 2 and Loki Laufeyson in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes.

Biography

After Kinley's death, Eve used him to summon the demons from Hell to come to Earth and bring Lucifer back so they can rule the dimension as king and queen. Afterwards, Dromos possessed Kinley's body and disappeared.

The next day, Dromos killed a DJ named Holla Bae so that his fellow demon Squee can take over his body. They are then seen overseeing Lucifer with Chloe Decker. They then approach him at Lux and try to convince him to return to Hell. Lucifer told them he wasn't and angrily ordered them to return to Hell since he banned possession years before. However, since the demons needed a king, Dromos decided to raise his half-angel nephew Charlie as his replacement since only Celestials are allowed to rule Hell.

He then sends a demon to kidnap Charlie. Inside a church, he was confronted by Eve about sending Lucifer back. Dromos explains that since he won't return, they have changed the plan. He decided that they don't need Lucifer anymore and declared she is not their queen before slapping her unconscious. He then orders demons to steal Kinley's vial from Lucifer's penthouse.

That night, they proceed to give Charlie the drug inside the vial so he can send him to Hell safely. However, they are confronted by Lucifer, Eve, Amenadiel and Mazikeen. They then proceed to fight and Eve is able to escape with Charlie. After Chloe gets involved and nearly killed, an enraged Lucifer unleashes his full devil form and orders them to return back to Hell, in which they do.

Trivia

  • He currently has the second biggest body count in the franchise (second only to Goddess) as all the demons seen in the episode are possessing humans killed either by him or on his orders.

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