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"Privyet, Dx2. Demons await you..."
—Vagit Chukhov, Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2

Vagit Chukhov is a character from Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2. He is a member of the Liberators, in charge of the demon fusing facility called the Church Of False Gods.



Vagit wears a robe that's a mix of ceremonial and military style. Always seen carrying around a Demonic Compendium.


Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2Edit

Vagit was sent to Tokyo by the top officials of the Liberators to assist with demon fusion. He first introduces himself as Ex-Russian military, but has never actually handled a gun at all (much to Rika Ryuzouji's disappointment).

In Kangaroo Boxer's Dx2 Limit Break Scenario, it was revealed that Vagit was part of a psychic research group during his time with the military. He was subjected to various experiments to develop such abilities, many of them involved fusing him with demon essences. The research was a success as he now possessed senses more keen than an average human, but at a cost: Vagit is now half-demon.

Event ScenariosEdit

From Nadja With LoveEdit

An Acolyte Dx2 summons a Nadja and instructs her to steal an important key from the Liberators hideout. The demon got the key, but after running into Vagit, she grows attached to him and abandons her mission, saying that she lost it. The other Liberators split up and comb various areas around Tokyo in search of the key.

From that point on, she constantly visits the hideout, especially the Church Of False Gods. She later finds out about Vagit being half-demon and realizes that this might have been one of the reasons why she took a liking to him, resolving to become his "hope."

The Acolyte Dx2 later attacks Vagit, leaving him in critical condition. Nadja confesses that she had the key with her all this time and returns it, offering to impart her powers to heal Vagit even at the expense of her existence. Thankfully, Nadja does not fade away, but loses her memories. Despite this, she still feels drawn to Vagit, vaguely remembering him as someone she might have known from a long time ago.

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