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Blackhawk the Apollyon is Latin, In ancient Greek and Hebrew, I am known as Abaddon, I am called Abbaton in Coptic.
My character was formed long ago, so long ago that many scholars argue as to my true purpose and alinement. I feel no immediate need to set the record straight. Let them fight!
Here is a brief list of historical documents that reference me (most list my name in its Greek form, Abbadon):
The new testament. Revalations 9 verse 1-11
Dead sea scrolls
In the 3rd century Acts of Thomas, Apollyon is the name of a demon, or the Devil himself. Apollyon has also been identified as the angel of death and destruction, demon of the abyss, and chief of demons of the underworld hierarchy, where he is equated with Samael or Satan. In magic, Apollyon is often identified with the Destroying Angel of the Apocalypse.
In the lore of the Coptic Church, Apollyon is the name given to the angel of death.
Apollyon is also said to have a prominent role in the Last Judgement, as the one who will take the souls to the Valley of Josaphat. He is described in the Apocalypse of Bartholomew as being present in the Tomb of Jesus at the moment of his resurrection.
The symbolism of Revelation 9:11 leaves the exact identification of Apollyon open for interpretation. Some bible scholars believe him to be the antichrist or Satan.
Some theologians believe Apollyon to be just an angel. Concerning the angel holding the key to the bottomless pit from Revelation 9 and 20, Gustav Davidson, in A Dictionary of Angels, Including the Fallen Angels, writes:
In Revelation 20:1 he "laid hold of the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years". According to the foregoing, Apollion is a holy (good) angel, servant, and messenger of God; but in occult and, generally, in noncanonical writings, he is evil.
In Barrett's The Magus, Abaddon is pictured as one of the evil demons.
In occultism and esoterism, Abaddon is related to blood red, brown and green colours, winter, the month of January, Saturday, intuition, sacrifice and challenge, the ruby and the sword. His Tarot symbol is the one of judgement.
In LaVeyan Satanism, Abaddon is the first of the infernal names, as it comes first alphabetically, meaning "The Destroyer."
In John Bunyan's allegory The Pilgrim's Progress, Abaddon (as Apollyon) appears as the "foul fiend" who assaulted Christian on his pilgrimage through the Valley of Humiliation.
John Milton uses Abaddon as the name of the bottomless pit in Paradise Regained (IV, 264).
In Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock's epic poem Der Messias ("The Messiah", composed 1748-73), Abbadona is an angel drawn into Satan's rebellion half-unwillingly, who reproves Satan for his blasphemous pride.
In the Key of Solomon, Abaddon is listed as the name of God used by Moses to flood Egypt.
In Sepharial's Manual of Occultism, Abaddon is in charge of the Furies, the seventh order of nine orders of demons.
In the Warcraft III custom scenario Defense of the Ancients, one scourge hero choice is the deathknight Abaddon.
In Otomedius G and Salamander 2 there are boss opponents named Abbadon.
In the game Dungeon Runners "Abaddon" appears as a boss creature.
Abaddon is the name of a two-handed sword that drops Yogg-Saron, in Blizzard's popular MMORPG, World of Warcraft
Abaddon is the name of a class of Amarr Battleship, in the space MMORPG, EVE Online
In the DOOM source port Skulltag, an Abaddon is the strongest variant of the Cacodemon.
Abaddon appears as a Spider Boss in the online MMORPG Adventurequestworlds. 
Abaddon appears in Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 fictional universe, as Abaddon the Despoiler.
Abaddon is a boss enemy in Konami's Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow and Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin. He appears as a human-sized locust with the head of a human and the body of a bipedal locust with a green 'tailcoat'. He wields a conductor's baton and uses it to command an army of locusts to attack the hero en masse, while he hops around the small room, using bodily contact to harm the hero additionally.
The Beast of Abbadon is a boss creature in the Flagship Studios game Hellgate: London.
Abaddon is a boss enemy in the Square video game Final Fantasy VIII in the salt flats outside the xenophobic city-state Esthar. It is depicted as a large, bipedal skeleton with horns, large tusks, and black, insect-like wings.
Abaddon, the God of Secrets, is the main antagonist of the Guild Wars campaign, Nightfall.
The main (albeit unseen) antagonist is the God of Chaos Abbadon in the 2003 SCE Studio Cambridge action video game Primal.
In "Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne, Abaddon is a boss and can later be created in the church of shadows. He first appears as the top of a head, with small wings at the top, and comes up out out of ground when he attacks. Even in the church of shadow's monster viewer, he can only be viewed down to his upper chest.
He is central to the investigation in "Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kazunoha vs. King Abaddon"
Trilogy, the second studio album of the progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer ends with an eight-minutes lasting instrumental titled Abaddon's Bolero.
"Abaddon" appears in the lyrics to the Manowar song, "Dark Avenger," but it is not clear if that is the protagonist's name or the location he is to "not pass."
There is a Irish Death Metal band called "Abaddon Incarnate"
Indie rock band Pinback's 2004 album is titled Summer in Abaddon.
American havy metal band Otep features "pull down the gates of abaddon" and "let the dead roam free" in the lyrics of their song "Sepsis".
And if THAT wasn't enough. The friggen Army named a helicopter after me!!!