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Etrigan is also provided with insight to religious aspects and other forbidden or secret knowledge. Jason Blood is a highly skilled hand-to-hand combatant, including mastery in swordsmanship. Jason is adept at magic, and is often called upon to act as an advisor or investigator in occultic matters such as in the series Arkham Asylum: Living Hell. He has limited precognition and telepathy. Jason is technically immortal due to his connection to the demon Etrigan.

He has the combined experiences of Etrigan since he was bonded to the demon.

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Jason Blood shares all of Etrigan's weaknesses. In order to transform into Etrigan, Blood must recite the poem from Merlin's crypt though usually he only recites the last two lines :. O form of man! Free the prince forever damned! Free the might from fleshy mire! Boil the blood in the heart for fire!

O form of man And rise the demon Etrigan!! Gone now, O Etrigan And rise again or rise once more the form of man! In the animated film Justice League Dark a different poem is used to return Etrigan to human form:. The poem does not have to be spoken for it to work. For instance, in one adventure, Blood is magically transformed into a fly. Unable to speak, Blood triggers the change by writing out the poem in the dust. Etrigan has all the limitations usually associated with a demon, including a weakness towards holy powers and iron.

Additionally, when Green Arrow once shot a "fire extinguisher arrow" into his mouth, Batman told Etrigan that the only way to stop the pain was to change back to Jason Blood.

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His command of magic is strong, but considered to be less than his father, Belial , and half-brother, Merlin the Magician. He is also helpless against those with magical powers strong enough to control him, such as Morgaine le Fey. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Fictional character. In Dougall, Alastair ed. The DC Comics Encyclopedia. London, United Kingdom: Dorling Kindersley. Comic Book Resources. Archived from the original on August 18, Retrieved January 6, While his "Fourth World" opus was winding down, Jack Kirby was busy conjuring his next creation, which emerged not from the furthest reaches of the galaxy but from the deepest pits of Hell.

Etrigan was hardly the usual Kirby protagonist.

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