"An exchange student from the human world. Known as the wise one, he is the most powerful sorcerer who can command 72 demons."
Solomon is one of the two humans, along with MC, sent to take part in the exchange program. He is first introduced in Lesson 2-2. It is later revealed that he made a pact with Asmodeus and possesses the magical powers to summon him prior to MC's attempt. He's also made a pact with Barbatos.
Solomon has layered, whitish silvery hair with bangs that curl toward the left, blue and brown gradient eyes, and a fair complexion.
Solomon presents himself as confident and knowledgeable. Despite presumably only arriving in the Devildom recently, he exudes confidence in his actions and seems to understand most of what goes on in the school. His confidence may also be a result of his magic, which is said by Lucifer to be quite powerful.
When first meeting him, he already knows MC's name and can come off as somewhat arrogant. Being the other human exchange student, it is understandable that he would wish to build a good rapport with his human associate.
He also enjoys cooking and often likes to give out his food to the demon brothers and his roommates, much to their dismay. He doesn't seem to be aware of how they hate his cooking.
In the Devilgram Guided by Desire, it's confirmed he has pacts with seventy-two demons in total. He's expressed interest in making pacts with Belphegor and Lucifer (the latter especially), though both of them refused. Mammon is the only demon he doesn't want to enter a pact with.
- He's likely based on the biblical figure King Solomon.
- His name is originally from Hebrew.
- Solomon means "Man of Peace" in Hebrew.
- He said to have a magical ring imbued with wisdom, which was given to him by Michael.
- Despite that, a ring isn't shown on his hands. This could be a developer's error, or Solomon keeps his ring hidden.
- In the Devilgram Mysterious Phenomena, Solomon's ring allows him to understand animals.
- In Lesson 23-5, he reveals that it is his second time visiting the Celestial Realm.
- In Lesson 36-C, Solomon admits that he doesn't remember his age. He mentions that after 200 years or so humans begin to forget how old they actually are.