Sabbath is a term used in the series.



Sabbath is generally a weekly day of rest or time of worship. It is observed differently in Abrahamic religions and informs a similar occasion in several other practices. Although many viewpoints and definitions have arisen over the millennia, most originate in the same textual tradition. The term has been used to describe a similar weekly observance in any of several other traditions; the new moon; any of seven annual festivals in Judaism and some Christian traditions; any of eight annual pagan festivals (usually "sabbat"); an annual secular holiday; and a year of rest in religious or secular usage, originally every seventh year.


Megami Tensei IIEdit

Sabbaths are held by Leonard, the leader of the Deva Cult, in Ueno during full moons. The hero attends one after obtaining an Inverted Cross from defeating Apollyon and fights Leonard to free his followers from brainwashing, and to get the Jupiter Pillar he holds.

Shin Megami Tensei IIEdit

Crowley uses the term Sabbath as the name of sexual orgies that ostensibly have the power to gather energy for summoning demons. Lucifer has forbidden them, much to Crowley's frustration.

Shin Megami Tensei IVEdit

The term Sabbath is used in the Eastern Kingdom of Mikado to name gatherings of Casualries in which discussions of the Black Samurai's literature are held. One is held by Issachar in Kiccigiorgi Forest soon after he returns from the Gauntlet Rite; he uses the occasion to spread some books gifted to him by the Black Samurai. During the Sabbath, several attending Casualries are transformed into demons who proceed to raze Kiccigiorgi.

Outside of this, Master Therion also refers to an orgy with mystical properties attended by Demonoids and Neurishers in Infernal Tokyo intended to summon Mother Harlot as a Sabbath.

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