The best way to help your friends is being there for them. Even if they don't want you near them. It doesn't matter how many mistakes you'va made. It's the amount of times you get back up the ones that count. We can't always make the right choice, so we just have to be strong enough to face the consequences from our decisions. I face the consequences of my actions everyday. I believe you can do the same, son.
~ Asgore to Asriel on in Love

Asgore Dreemurr (mostly referred to as Asgore), is the Monsters' King. He is a Boss Monster who made his debut in Season 1's finale, Continue.


Asgore is a Boss Monster with broad shoulders, a golden blond mane with two large curved horns and a beard. He wears a suit of armor, a purple cape with golden pauldrons, and a crown on top of his head; also sporting an intimidating stature. The weapon he uses in battle is a long, red trident adorned with a flower.


Nevertheless, Asgore seems to have a very gentle personality as seen many times. He shows regret for what he has done to the humans that fell into the Underground, yet he is a good leader and would do what he has to do for his people even if he doesn't want to, unlike his former wife(and ex-queen of the underground), Toriel.


  • Pyrokinesis: Asgore has the same abilities as his family, that being the ability to summon fire at will, and use it to attack his enemies.
  • Trident: He can use his Trident to attack, and use Blue or Orange attacks as shown in Undertale.


Sans vs Flowey


Asgore, as seen in Sans vs Flowey.

Asgore does not have a big role in this animation, as only Sans and Flowey battle. Asgore drinks tea, and does not seem to be aware of the battle, even though a projectile comes in through the roof and a bone penetrates his right pauldron.


Asgore appears as a shadow at the beginning of the episode, but later he appears with all of Frisk's friends and he was seen standing near Toriel and his son, Asriel.

My Sunshine

In My Sunshine, Asgore is shown to be taking care of the political meetings even though Frisk has accepted as the ambassador, unsurprisingly though, Asgore seems to be under heavy observation by the AMD.


Asgore confessing his murder of six innocent children at the HSO HQ.

Near the end of the episode, Asgore is at the HSO HQ where people will sign that monsters can live with humans and have the same rights, but one question was never answered: "How did the barrier break?" Asgore answers honestly and says that he used the souls of the humans to break the barrier, then, Asgore is questioned further, being told to describe what the last human that fell down looks like, later to be revealed as Jessica's daughter, Alina. After this rather abrupt discovery, Jessica was quickly filled with grief and anger, once she figured out her daughter died to Asgore's hands, and as a result, she ended up not signing the Peace Treaty.

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Asgore is shown to be behind bars for the murder of six humans, Asriel told us that Asgore wasn't being completely honest, and didn't tell the AMD that he wasn't the one who destroyed the barrier for the sake of protecting him.

Do or Die

Asgore is still behind bars but there seems to be a visitor, Jessica Grey, in this scene, Mrs. Grey told Asgore that Sans died because of Bete and how she wanted forgiveness.


Later in the episode, Asgore is seen near the buttercups, liking the golden flowers so much that he didn't notice the racket of Gaster attacking Jessica with a gaster blaster while Papyrus blocked the attack for her. Later, Asgore asks if he could come with Frisk and Asriel, and after being teleported by Gaster to the school he quickly asks Asriel if he wants to play catch after they do what they have to do, with Asriel quickly accepting the offer. After that, they went inside the school and help kill the Pink Creatures.


Part 1

Asgore does not play a big role in this episode as he appears at the school in this episode with Asriel to help the school children and destroy the pink creatures. Asgore then encounters Toriel and after a little controversy, it is ended by Asriel.

Part 2


Asgore with Toriel after Frisk had hurt her.

While Toriel was mentioning how she hasn't seen Frisk's smile in a while, she was trying to make Asriel change his mind about going outside. Asgore was sitting beside the wall watching everything happen and at one point he asked if everything is okay. Toriel answers that Frisk wants to go out but she won't let him go because it's too dangerous. After he received the answer, Asgore asked why Frisk would want to go outside, Toriel getting a bit mad answered that it doesn't matter and Frisk won't go outside. Frisk seemed to have been already railed up and summoned his sword at Toriel, making her say he would be grounded the entire month if he doesn't put it down. Then, Asgore tried to interfere, but Toriel refused, telling Frisk he will go with Toriel upstairs at that moment and not let him go outside. Frisk started dropping a tear when he heard that and got mad, right after that, he scratched Toriel's hand with his sword, making her bleed. After that, Frisk mentioned that he's not her child and she's not his mother and left, causing Toriel to start crying.

Short After, Asgore went outside where Asriel was, Asriel says sorry to Asgore and that he doesn't feel like playing catch today. Asgore answered that he knows, and he just wants to talk with him and that he won't force Asriel to talk. Asgore started talking about how when he and Toriel saw him the first time, they had so many questions, but Asriel told them to not ask him about them and telling Asriel that he has a feeling that whatever happened in the past, it comes back to haunt him, and that's why Asriel is so troubled. Asriel answering as he said, he can't talk about it. Asgore trying to comfort Asriel saying that even the good people do bad things sometimes and that he knows it better than most. Asgore saying that one of his biggest mistakes is not being there when a friend needed his help, saying that if he talked to him that day, maybe things would've changed.


Asgore in his past life.

Asgore also mentioned that the best way to help your friends is to be there for them even if they don't want you near, "it doesn't matter how many mistakes you made, it's the amount of times you get back up the ones that count, we can't always make the right choice, so we just have to be strong enough to face the consequences from our decisions". Asgore mentions after that sentence that he faces the consequences of his decisions every day and that he believes Asriel can do the same, making Asriel cry and running towards Asgore to give him a hug and thanking him, after Asriel asks what was his friend's name, Asgore asks why he wants to know and Asriel asking that he was curious and how Asgore never told him stories about him when he was younger. Asgore then answers that his name was Roy and that's a story for later.

My Promise

After a creature stabbed Jessica, Asgore managed to toss his trident at it, destroying it.


Asgore telling Toriel to attend to Jessica's wounds.

He told Toriel to heal Jessica, and Gaster told him that he was going to go to his lab in the underground with his two sons. Asgore replied by telling him to go do so but to come back once he was done.

A few scenes later, while Toriel was attending Jessica's wounds, Asgore asked Toriel how Jessica was doing. She replied by telling him that she wasn't positive if she would heal Jessica because her soul was cracking. Soon, Jessica's phone was ringing. Asgore picked it up. The person on the phone was Ronan who wanted to talk to Miss Grey. Asgore told him that she couldn't talk with him at the moment because she was hurt and they were trying to heal her. Because of this, Ronan became concerned and questioned what happened to Jessica, causing Asgore to explain to him what happened. Asgore soon told him that there needed to be some sort of counterattack and Ronan asked if he should gather his men to set a perimeter around the arena and the school. Although Toriel shows obvious disagreement towards this idea, Asgore agreed to do it anyway, causing her to argue with him a little more.

The screen later cut to Frisk explaining to Asgore, Toriel, and Undyne that Bete was never a well-intentioned individual, to begin with. Asgore then asked them why they never told him and their other friends. They replied by saying that they thought that they handle it by themselves. Before they could finish the rest of their sentence, Toriel cut them off by telling them it was okay. She said that everyone could help them make everything better again. Asgore pointed out that, judging what he was told, Bete was no ordinary girl; she was the result of the spell of an insane wizard.


Frisk soon apologized for what happened to Asriel, however, Gaster joined the conversation by saying that he believes there is still hope left for Asriel. Asgore asked him how Sans was doing but he refused to answer. Instead, he continued to say, assuming the souls Bete had weren't destroyed or fully drained, Asriel and other monsters killed by her might have a chance of returning. Unfortunately, he said that the bodies of humans can't be regenerated like how Sans' body was regenerated, therefore, they needed to act as soon as they could. He continued to explain that it was Toriel and Asgore's responsibility to save Asriel from Bete's control, but he had no idea where Bete will appear or where she is. Asgore informed him that he talked to a human that is in charge of the city's defenses and that said that he was going to set a perimeter around the arena and the school. Gaster went on to say that would make things easier because Bete is most likely to appear at either the school or the arena. Asgore said that they could split and that she will probably appear at the arena because she's already attacked the school. He said that Frisk, Toriel, and himself could take care of the arena while Gaster and Undyne go to the school. However, Gaster said he wasn't going and claimed that he didn't want to leave Papyrus alone to take care of the wounded because he wasn't fit for fighting. He also said that Undyne should be more than enough. Asgore then said that Undyne could also hopefully do something about Alphys but before Undyne could tell him that she's dead, a loud noise was heard and it was decided that they needed to go now.

While in the arena with Toriel and Frisk, Bete ambushed them. She attacked Frisk. Although they blocked the attack, it still pushed them backward. Asgore then tried to stab her with his trident, but she effortlessly dodged it. She then introduced them to HATE Asriel, who was very angry at Asgore and Toriel for how they treated them.

Soon Asgore was seen struggling to fight Asriel. He blocked some of his attacks but creating a fire. However, Asriel apparently went through it and attacked him. Toriel begged Asriel to stop and Asgore did the same. However, Asriel told him to shut up and insulted him for killing six humans.


Asgore, wounded by Asriel's attack.

He stabbed him near his shoulder but, before he could finish the job, Frisk tackled him with his shield. They told Toriel and Asgore that they needed to leave and think of something else. Toriel told them that she didn't want to leave Asriel but Frisk snapped at them and said that what she was doing was useless. They decided to leave.

Later Toriel was seen trying to heal Asgore.

Game Over

Part 1

When Toriel came through the door to greet Chara, Asgore came too. When they started talking about strange memories, Asgore said that the most important thing was that they were both okay. Asgore then insists on going with Chara to keep them safe.

Asgore then appears in the background for a few seconds when Toriel asks Papyrus if he'll be fine.

Part 2

Asgoro firing trident

Asgore firing his trident at the last scene.

In Part 2, he is seen at the beginning calling Mettaton to tell him about Alphys's fate. He is also seen talking to Chara and easing his worry about Asriel.

After the Mettaton vs Bete fight, Asgore is seen telling Muffet with a broken Mettaton in hand to find somewhere safe and that they had done enough already. He's also briefly seen at the end of the episode firing his trident.


Asgore and Torial

Asgore and Toriel after Chara leads Asriel away from the Arena.

Asgore's appearance makes a big debut and makes an attempt to kill Bete. After Chara leading Asriel away from the Arena, Asgore and Toriel are left to tackle with Bete. Soon after Chara successfully leads Asriel out of the Arena, Asgore fires his Trident at Bete, which ultimately traps her and is found wedge with the wall.

Toriel is then seen healing Asgore, Bete says that how much would've been alive if they had died. Asgore then mentions that he has come to the terms that Bete's words can't hurt him bad as he is about to hurt her.

Asgore summoning his Tridents.

The actual battle then starts when Asgore summons a lot of Tridents from the ground, after he hits his Trident in the ground, directing towards Bete in the horizontal pattern to which she ultimately dodges, however, get hits by the fire from Toriel. After getting the direct hit from Toriel's attack and just the moment she stepped on the ground, Asgore and Toriel, both use a combined attack at Bete, which she, in the end, deflects it and send the attack back towards them, which made black smoke arise around them.
Stand together

Toriel and Asgore surrounded by black smoke.

Bete then states that she is sensing great sadness from their souls, but one of them is drowning on guilt and regret and is trying to run away from it. Bete then tricks Toriel that Asgore is killing the children that were killed in the Underground. Asgore shouts Toriel's name, however, she was unable to hear his voice. Bete then attacks Asgore in the chest, sending him way back, however, when Bete was about to deal another blow, Asgore used his Trident and fires fire at Bete, which after getting a direct hit from the flame, her fast regeneration healed her. Asgore is then seen hitting his Trident on the ground and surrounds himself with a huge flame revolving in a circle.
When they were kids

Toriel healing Asgore in the flashback.

He then gets out of the flame and both eyes flashes in two different colors, coming near Bete and giving her huge stunning blows in an instant, leaving her on the ground of the Arena. Toriel, who just saw the past of the fallen children accompanied by Asgore killing them when Toriel was trying to stop him, making a powerful attack and shooting it at Asgore, leaving a fatal wound on Asgore's belly.
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Asgore fatally wounded.

A flashback is then seen where Asgore and Toriel when they were young, in the flashback, Toriel is healing Asgore from his injuries. However, after the flashback, Asgore is then seen unconscious on the ground with a big wound on his chest causing a fast bleeding death.

Asgore vs Alina Official Comic

This comic shows Asgore's battle with Alina.

In the comic, Asgore is seen crying, while blood is covering parts of him and the tip of his spear. Notice that a blue soul is seen in the background, indicating he killed Alina.


  • Asgore's obsession with Golden Flowers is so powerful that he doesn't care about anything around him.
  • Asgore is one of Camila's favorite characters, just like Sans.[2]
  • In Game Over Part 1, Asgore seems to have his armor at the end of the episode. However, in Game Over Part 2 his armor is nowhere to be seen.
  • Asgore killed all 6 children that fell in the Underground.[3]
  • Asgore was good friends with Roy Goldburn before the monsters were sealed Underground.
  • Asgore was a district leader on the surface before the monsters got sealed Underground.
  • Asgore said in My Sunshine that he killed Alina 20 years ago.
  • Gaster was alive when Toriel and Asgore separated.[4]
  • Asgore remembers Gaster even when he got erased, this is supposedly due to their close friendship and the fact that Gaster stood next to Asgore when his wife left him.




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