The Tower is a location in El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron.
It was built by the Grigori and their followers after their Fall to Earth.
It is composed of seven floors, each one of them dedicated to one Fallen Angel, and each floor feature the Watcher's Eye, except for the final one, which generates a veil hiding the Tower, the Watchers and their followers from God's sight.
It was also built to resist The Flood.
Ezekiel's floor is a dark, gloomy place. Ezekiel can change the landscape's appearance by casting an illusion.
Sariel's floor starts off as a platform with four walkways. Each walkway leads to a portal. Once the first three portals have been explored, a stairway leading up to Sariel will appear. These first three portals lead to the homes of Sariel's numerous Nephilim children. The fourth portal, which is optional, leads to The Darkness.
Baraqiel's floor is being decimated by a Fire Nephilim's fire balls. There is a rocky path leading up to an unstable tower made of spikes. Before Enoch arrives at this floor, he receives a request from Sin to deal with the Fire Nephilim.
Azazel's floor has a futuristic setting, featuring a highly-advanced and technology-filled world. The floor is traversed by riding along the road on a motorbike.
Armaros's floor resembles an underwater world. The floor is surrounded by an ocean in which the Water Nephilim swims peacefully. There are numerous enemies who are loyal followers of Armaros, including Arma A, Arma G and Arma V.
Arakiel's floor is full of platforms that require a lot of jumping to reach. Half-way through the floor there is a shrine dedicated to Arakiel. The shrine features two enormous statues and, according to Lucifel, Arakiel's body "strung upon an altar."
Enoch meets Ishtar for the first time at the end of this floor.
Semyaza's floor is a dark, gloomy place. The floor is dark save for a light source emitting from Enoch. At the end of the floor stands Semyaza's triangular life support system.
- It took Enoch thirty years to locate The Tower, much less time than Lucifel expected.