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Na Bel (ナ・ベール) were a pantheon of deities that existed over two hundred years ago in the New World.


A faith that had believers in the Inveria and the surrounding nations.


The Vampire Princess of the Lost Country Arc

Main article: The Vampire Princess of the Lost Country Arc

The Na Bel were mentioned by Keno Fasris Invern, who compared Suzuki Satoru's magic to be within the realm of the gods.


The Na Bel faith at the time two hundred years ago was widespread across the central region of the New World. It was embraced as the state religion of Inveria. It served not only to unite a race but other races and establish ties with the surrounding nations.[1]

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  • After Keno's transformation into a vampire and her entire country devolving into a nation of undead, she gave up hope and lost faith in these gods.


  1. Overlord Bonus Volume Chapter 1: Encounter In The Lost Country

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