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Silk Hat Demon (頭飾りの悪魔) is a type of Dead Tree Demon.


A demon with a fiendish physiology. It had no head, and its body was like a withered tree. Two meters tall and had no wings or a tail. It had clawed hands, and its slender body possessed an unimaginable strength.


The Silk Hat Demon belongs to a class of demons of that type could equip themselves with the heads of magic casters and use the powers of the heads’ owners. Silk Hats could use four heads at once. For that reason, Silk Hats are capable of casting at most a combined total of fifteen tiers of spells simultaneously. Its power is far above that of a battle maid like CZ2I28 Delta, who commented that even she couldn't defeat one alone.[1]


  • Silk Hat Demons have already been mentioned in Light Novel Volume 7 by Entoma Vasilissa Zeta prior to the release of new information about it from Light Novel Volume 13.
  • Entoma stated that a Silk Hat Demon was given Arche Eeb Rile Furt's head.[2]
  • The Silk Hat Demon, is regarded as strongest in the Dead Tree Demon Family, as it could use up to tenth-tier spells.


  1. Overlord Volume 13 Chapter 6: Gunner and Archer
  2. Overlord Volume 07 Chapter 4: A Handful of Hope

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