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I am the white knight! I am victory incarnate! To join your side would be a compromise! I will permit nothing less than total conquest! Now, fight me! Let the strongest between us be the victor!

Conquest is one of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse.


Riding upon the white horse named Glory, the Horseman of Conquest. This Horseman is one of confusion amongst theologians as some believe he is representative of divine conquest (and thus a force of good) while others think of him as a representative of unlawful conquest (and thus a force of evil).

Regardless of his morality the Horseman of Conquest is said to arrive and sweep across the world, unleashing civil war and internal strife, which separates him from War, who embodies more open warfare.



The end of the world? That is a simple inevitability. All that is created is destined to some day be destroyed after all. My purpose is to simply guide this world to that point. I hold no fear for that moment. Instead, I will embrace it and in doing so will see the world in its purest, most beautiful form. Tell me, do you desire to see that world as well?

Conquest is always calm and confident. He exudes and aura of charisma that makes everyone around him, even those who hate him, look upon him with awe and hang on his every word. He is the type of person that makes others feel that it is only natural to submit to him.

He is a cautious person, and is extremely hesitant to trust someone with information, no matter how insignificant it is.

Power and Abilities

As one of the Horseman of the Apocalypse, he is a very powerful entity.


Conquest originally used a bow, however he gave his bow to his brother Pestilence after noticing that Pestilence didn't have any weapon, Conquest now uses a battle axe.


Myth and Legends

One of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, he rides a white horse with an axe in hand. A crown was granted to him, and he promises victory.
The Demonic Compendium.

It traditionally represents conquest, with the "pestilence" association first appearing in the 20th century. Other interpretations include the rider of the white horse as Jesus Christ, whose conquest represents the spread of Christianity, or the Anti-Christ, who rides across the world to deceive those who are pious and faithful.


I watched as the Lamb opened the first of the seven seals. Then I heard one of the four living creatures say in a voice like thunder, “Come and see!” I looked, and there before me was a white horse! Its rider held an axe, and he was given a crown, and he rode out as a conqueror bent on conquest.
Revelations 6:1-2
What are you yammerin' on about!? You think for just one second you could talk your way outta this? Now come 'n get me, and don't go holding back!
You'd best pick up the pace, young mortal… a conqueror is coming…!
The Angel. The greatest of the Four horsemen and the most dangerous, Conquest is destined to lead the other horsemen to the apocalypse.
Samuel Hayden.



  • Ironically, Conquest is in charge of the Four Horsemen's finances, despite being the least qualified for the position.
  • He is a sugar addict.