"Sorry... I know I wasn't much help..."
Hallelujah is a character appearing in Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse.
- Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse: Partner
- : Playable Unit
He is a young man with short messy dark gray hair, blue eyes, slightly pointed ears, and tan complexion.
He wears a dark gray suit with white collar shirt, black striped tie and yellow jacket with black sleeves and yellow trimm along the sleeves.
In his transformed state, he has cyan skin and pink hair, with black scleras and red irises and cracks all around his eyes.
Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse
By his brother's orders, he keeps an eye on the Nanashi's party, but he's rather timid and doesn't like standing out. His demon of choice is Chironnupu, which is Ainu for "Fox," a divine beast which is said to bring calamity to humans.
He uses Endure and ailment-immunity effects bestowed by Chironnuppu allow the party to survive lethal hits and come out unscathed from ailment inflicted attacks; the only downside is like all partners the player has no control over when he casts those skills. After revealing his true form, he learns Megidolaon and 2 exclusive fire and ice skills, turning him into a nuker. His Partner Awakening passive grants the equivalent to High [Element] Pleroma for all magic; like all Partner Awakenings it can be stacked with similar passives for increased effect. His abilities are perfectly suited for taking down his father.
- The proper definition for Hallelujah’s species is "Nephilim," a crossbreed creature born from the union between angels and humans. Nephilim in the book of Enoch are said to be gigantic monsters with an insatiable hunger for meat and a violent nature, which led God into sending the four archangels to save humanity from their yoke.
- Hallelujah has the same resistances regardless of whether or not he has decided to put his demonic nature on display, meaning a perceptive player will know that he is not entirely human should they see him take damage by a light attack. This is also foreshadowed when he is able to see Navarre, something "pure" humans such as Asahi cannot do.