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Wicker Man

Wicker Man as seen in Soul Hackers.

Wicker Man (ウィッカーマン) is a demon appearing in the series.


The Wicker Man was a large wicker statue of a human used by the ancient Druids (priests of Celtic paganism) for human sacrifice by burning it in effigy, according to Julius Caesar in his Commentarii de Bello Gallico (Commentary on the Gallic War). In modern times the figure has been adopted for festivals as part of some neopagan-themed ceremonies, notably without the human sacrifice element.



"A giant man made of wicker used in human sacrifices by druids of ancient Celtic descent. The sacrifice was held inside, then the wicker man would be set ablaze. Some tales describe the passerby stumbling across the remains wonder how they got burned. Other druid methods of human sacrifice included drowning men in barrels of water, hanging men from tress and shooting men with arrows."
—Soul Hackers Compendium


Shin Megami Tensei IVEdit

Spirit 8 126 55 14 14 14 14 14
Physical Phys Gun Gun Fire Fire Ice Ice Elec Elec Force Force Light Light Dark Dark
- - Weak - Weak - Weak -
Ailment resistance Null: Sick
Normal attack Physical, one hit, one enemy
List of Skills
Skill Cost Effect Level
Zan 5 MP Weak force damage to one foe. Innate
Pandemic Bomb 11 MP 70% sick to all foes. Innate
Attack Knowhow Auto Allows equipper to use attack items in battle. 10

Devil Summoner: Soul HackersEdit

Wickerman DSSH
Race Level HP MP CP MAG Summon
Spirit 45 376 121 14 1075
Strength Intelligence Magic Endurance Agility Luck
14 8 11 13 9 7
Personality Phys Attack Phys Hit Mgc Attack Mgc Hit Base Defense Avoid
Calm 118 71 98 26 132 70
Resist Void Absorb Reflect Weak
- Death, Nerve, Gun - - Expel
List of Skills
Mudoon Demon Birth Cry -


Wicker man initial
Wicker Man's initial design

Trivia Edit

  • Its description makes a reference to the 2006 remake of The Wicker Man, starring Nicholas Cage. There is a scene where Cage's character discovers a burned doll and demands to know "how'd it get burned?" in a over-reactionary fashion, making the scene popular for parody and remixes.

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