Divorced from Phoebe Halliwell
Red with black flame-like markings
Belthazor was the demonic alias of Cole Turner, a half-demon born to the demon Elizabeth and the mortal Benjamin Turner. He was a member of the Brotherhood of the Thorn and was hired by the Triad to kill the Charmed Ones. He was considered as a legendary demon who was a very powerful and dangerous soldier of fortune, known for destroying countless witches, innocents and demons.
Powers and Abilities
- Active Powers
- Energy Balls: The ability to throw spheres of energy that resemble electrical discharges.
- Super Strength: The ability to possess strength far beyond humanly possible.
- Shimmering: The ability to teleport through a "shimmer", a demonic form of teleportation.
- Telekinesis: The ability to move objects and beings with the mind.
- Incineration: The ability to incinerate a being with a gesture. Belthazor used this power once to set a demon on fire and vanquish him.
- Apportation: The ability to teleport objects. Belthazor used this power to swap his and Phoebe's books in a book store.
- Shapeshifting: (limited) The ability to alter one's physical shape. Belthazor could shapeshift between his demonic and human form at will.
- Sensing: The ability to sense the location of other beings.
- Other Powers
- Adjusting: The ability to fight through inhibitory molecular powers.
- High Resistance: The ability to be highly resistant to physical and magical harm and survive otherwise lethal attacks. He was one of the few demons who couldn't be vanquished by his own energy balls and was able to survive Piper's power of Molecular Combustion even in his human form.
- Immortality: The ability to possess an infinite lifespan and an arrested aging process.
- Through spell, potion, power stealing, etc.
- Illusion Casting: The ability to cast illusions. Cole mentioned having learned a trick from the Demon of Illusion and appeared in Phoebe's favorite movie to let her know he was back.
- (Book of Shadows text:)
- Beware of this Demonic
- Soldier of Fortune. Both powerful and
- dangerous, he has destroyed countless
- witches, innocents, and demons.
- As sinister as he
- is intelligent, he is not to be trusted,
- Belthazor's known abilities include
- throwing energy balls and shimmering
- from place to place, but his powers are
- probably not limited to these capabilities.
- Because there is no known way to defeat him,
- Belthazor should be avoided at all costs.
Belthazor Vanquish Spell
- Spirits of Air
- Forest and Sea
- Set us of this
- Demon free;
- Beasts of hoof
- And Beasts of shell
- Drive this evil
- Back to hell!
- The ingredients of the potion can be found here.
To Summon Belthazor
- This Spell forcibly calls Belthazor by Connecting
- a Witch's Magic to this Demon's Magic.
- Magic Forces
- Black and White
- Reaching out Through
- Space and Light
- Be He Far Or
- Be He Near
- Bring Us the Demon
- Belthazor Here.
|The Belthazor article has a Photo Gallery.|
Notes and Trivia
- The design for Belthazor was based on the character of Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, which came out the year prior to the premier of Season 3.
- Michael Bailey Smith, who portrayed Belthazor, also portrayed Shax, the Grimlock Janor in "All Halliwell's Eve", the Grimlock leader in "Bite Me" and the Source of All Evil in "All Hell Breaks Loose".
- The Book of Shadows contains a potion specifically to vanquish Belthazor. However, this contradicts his entry, which states there is no known way to vanquish him. However, since the book is passed down through generations, the potion could have been added later.
- The vanquishing potions for Belthazor have been created three times. First by Piper and Prue in "Sleuthing with the Enemy", then by Piper and Paige in "Black as Cole" for Sykes, a similar demon and a final time by Piper (of alternative reality) and Paige in "Centennial Charmed."
- Belthazor has the most pages in the Book of Shadows dedicated to him, having a total of four. The Cole Turner page was written by Phoebe, his main page was written by an unknown ancestor (certainly born before Penny, who created the vanquishing potion).
Belthazor has appeared in a total of 10 episodes and 2 comic issues throughout the course of the series.
- Season 3
- Once Upon a Time
- Sight Unseen
- Power Outage
- Sleuthing with the Enemy
- Bride and Gloom
- Just Harried
- Exit Strategy
- Look Who's Barking
- Season 9
- Four's Company (as a memory only)
|Antagonists of Season 3|
|Emilio Smith · William Hamilton · Guardians · The Boss and his minions · Trolls · Grimlocks · Belthazor · Ruth Cobb · Abbey · Troxa · Vinceres · Andras · The Triad · Krell · Kierkan · Terra · Ari, Freckles and Jersey · The Nothing · Eames · Kellman and his Wrestlers· Tom Peters · Dantalian · Zile · Prue, Piper and Phoebe Halliwell · Sutter · Jack · The Seekers · Shadow · Lukas · Brotherhood of the Thorn · Banshee · Shax · Alice Hicks · The Source of All Evil|