Grayroad is a mutated gray demon. Though Fraudrin notes that lower demons are neither distinctly male nor female, he refers to Grayroad as female, because of her unique level of power and abilities. Her body is covered in her own darkness, and her multiple faces are all capable of speech. Underneath the darkness that hides her form, Grayroad is composed of numerous pudgy, dwarf-sized gray demons, each of whom are able to speak and move freely.
Grayroad is capable of morphing her body into a large network of darkness from which she hangs her incubating eggs. In this form, her faces are spread out across the offshoots of her body, and the eggs she carries are see-through and filled with clear liquid.
3,000 years ago
After Hendrickson managed to remove the seal, Grayroad and the rest of her fellow Demon Clan members appeared before the terrified former Great Holy Knight and Fraudrin in Dreyfus' body. After being informed by Fraudrin of the current events in Britannia, Zeldris suggested that they should head for Edinburgh Castle for recuperation of their severely drained magical powers due to the seal they're trapped in, which everyone agreed and left Zhuhur Valley by flight, leaving a terrified Hendrickson.
Arriving at Edinburgh Castle, Grayroad and the Ten Commandments find it in ruins and concludes that it was Meliodas who caused the destruction of the castle.
Grayroad came to save the captured Fraudrin in one of the Pleiades of the Azure Sky's research tower. She disguised herself as Dogedo to pass Deldry, Arden, and Waillo who has been guarding the tower from the outside. Grayroad broke the Perfect Cube and to avoid her Commandment, Denzel allowed Fraudrin to escape. Before they both left, Fraudrin destroyed the tower. He and Fraudrin are later seen resting in a cave. Fraudrin is still haunted by Denzel's curse, and Grayroad tells him that the curse will leave him if he abandons Dreyfus's body.
Later on she, along with the other Commandments, arrive to aid Drole and Gloxinia, who are facing off against Meliodas. She serves a pivotal role in the battle, ensuring that Meliodas cannot flee by casting her Jubaku Ensa on him, a spell that prevents whoever was cursed with it from escaping their current location.
Abilities and Equipment
As a member of the Ten Commandments, Grayroad is exceptionally powerful. Like all members of the Demon Clan, she possesses their unique power of darkness, similar to Meliodas' at Vaizel. She is capable of utilizing this dark power to passively fly on her own. Her aura, combined with the aura of the other Ten Commandments is so terrifying that it made the normally calm Hendrickson sweat in fear by their presence.
Grayroad is capable of spawning new demons by implanting demon plants into creatures which lack magic and trapping them in egg-shaped pods. These demon plants are about as large as a sesame seed, and thus cannot be removed by abilities such as Ban's Snatch. If left alone, the eggs eventually detach on their own and hatch into servants meant to serve her. If the pods are detached prematurely and thus exposed to a certain temperature, the growth of the egg will accelerate and mature into new demons within seconds. Grayroad has shown the capability to produce Gray Demons and Red Demons through this ability.
- Main article: Curse
不浄Fujō (Kāsu)」: A power that enables Grayroad to inflict her targets with various kinds of ailments, making it possible to defeat enemies without having to resort to violence, thus preventing her from being affected by her own commandment.
- Shapeshifting: She is capable of shape-shifting both her appearance and voice to perfectly mimic that of her target. It is impossible for others to see through this ability.
Grayroad was bestowed with the commandment of Pacifism「
Great Fight Festival arc
Defensive Battle for Liones arc
- Merlin vs. Grayroad: Lose
- According to the official fanbook:
- She is the youngest member of the Ten Commandments.
- There is said to be a single example of a mutated gray demon with power incomparable to others of its kind. Grayroad is that mutant.