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A list of the numerous written works produced in Bolganio. Covering a wide range of forms and mediums, many of them display the public's perception of incidents caused by the vessels of sin, and have impacted the continent's society at large over the centuries.

Freezis Fairy TalesEdit

JahimeEdit

Jahime[note 1] was a fairy tale written by Yukina Freezis. Inspired by the historical figure Jahime Hatsune, it tells the tale of a selfish princess who wanted to conquer all of Jakoku before being opposed by a young samurai and his allies.[1]

Yamiglass and the Three Foxes Edit

Yamiglass and the Three Foxes[note 2] was a fairy tale written by the famous novelist Yukina Freezis and published sometime between EC 500 and EC 504. It gained great popularity during its original publication and earned the young novelist many fans.[2]

The Frog's and My Love RomanceEdit

The Frog's and My Love Romance[note 3] was a fairy tale written by Yukina Freezis and published circa EC 500. It tells of how a snake tries to get a frog to return his feelings for her, but the romance ends tragically. Written in Yukina's youth, it greatly impressed her father and demonstrated her skill in writing at a young age.[3]

Red Shoe ParadeEdit

Red Shoe Parade[note 4] was a fairy tale written by Yukina Freezis and published sometime before her death. It portrayed the adventures of the Shadow Parade, a band of criminals wearing red shoes that raped and pillaged the towns they passed. At the end of the tale, the Shadow Parade is captured by authorities and executed via "parading" in red-hot iron shoes.[4]

Tree MaidenEdit

Tree Maiden[note 5] was a fairy tale written by Yukina Freezis and published sometime before her death. Inspired by Yukina's personal experiences with Clarith and Michaela, it tells the story of a lonely white-haired woman whose wish for a friend is granted by the tree god.[5]

The Daughter of EvilEdit

The Daughter of Evil[note 6] was a fairy tale written by Yukina Freezis. Inspired by Yukina's personal experiences in her youth and research into Princess Riliane Lucifen d'Autriche, the tale tells of a selfish princess who is later overthrown by her enraged subjects.[6] A novel version of the tale was also written by Yukina in secret;[7] said novel had an alternative take on history and covered a larger conspiracy behind the era's events. The novel also suggests that the princess' closest servant switched places with her before being executed. The fairy tale garnered international acclaim for centuries after Yukina's lifetime.[8]

The Duke and The Four Women Edit

The Duke and The Four Women[note 7] was a fairy tale written by the famous novelist Yukina Freezis and published sometime before her death. It was inspired by the historical figure Duke Sateriasis Venomania and the event he perpetrated.[9]

Flower of the PlateauEdit

Flower of the Plateau[note 8] was a fairy tale written by Yukina Freezis around EC 539. Inspired by the historical figure Countess Mikulia Calgaround, it tells the story of a former prostitute who became a florist and gained the affection of a lord, killing any who knew of her past. It was included in the Lost List of the Freezis Foundation.[9]

Unknown Fairy TaleEdit

A fairy tale written by Yukina Freezis and published sometime before her death. It tells the story of a hunter who, after freeing a robin from a trap, is led by the robin to a forest paradise. After exiting the paradise, the hunter discovers that more than a hundred years had already passed in the outside world. Grieving at the completely changed world, the hunter then suffers from accelerated aging shortly before dying.[10]

Other WorksEdit

Levin BibleEdit

The Levin Bible[note 9] was a collection of sacred scriptures for the followers of the Levin religion. Its first book, Genesis, tells of the paradise of the gods and the creation of the Third Period.[11] Meanwhile, its twenty-seventh book, Revelation, explains how the world created by the four gods may meet its end in four different ways, under the four Masters.[12]

Elluka's NotesEdit

A personal account of the Venomania Event written by the mage Elluka Clockworker in EC 139. It contains Elluka's findings about the events that had transpired after investigating the women part of the Duke's harem. The account tells of how Mikulia became a prostitute, Maylis handed her child to Baron Tae Conchita, how Lukana began a new life in Eastern Bolganio while being pursued by I.R., Gumina's history with Cherubim and his brother, and the coup staged by Count Karchess Crim and Queen Yufina Marlon.[13]

An Evillious Travel JournalEdit

An Evillious Travel Journal[note 10] was an autobiography written by the Beelzenian minstrel Xenos Jaakko regarding his travels throughout Evillious during his lifetime. It includes the accounts of his encounters with Phantom Thief Platonic and her family in Calgaround.[9]

Will Jaakko's WorksEdit

A series of historical accounts concerning the Seven Deadly Sins and Banica Conchita. Written by the historian Will Jaakko, the writings tell of the connection between the vessels of sin and the numerous events in history.[2] Will's writings also cite Pale Noël as the first HER in history.[14] In the EC 500s, Will's accounts were regarded as fictitious due to his marriage to Sanan Noi, who allegedly influenced his writings.[2]

Vampiress VanikaEdit

Vampiress Vanika[note 11] was a novel written by the famed author Sanan Noi during the 4th century EC. Inspired by Beelzenian folklore regarding the Disappearance of Evil Food Eater Conchita, Sanan Noi adapted them into novel form, popularizing the historical figure Banica Conchita.[15] The novel tells the tale of Vanika, a vampire who had been possessed by a glass vessel of sin that turned her into an Evil Food Eater, cursed the dead to become her eternal servants via the red glass, and would wither and die if she didn't drink human blood for three days. Due to the nature of the tale, the novel was considered to be quite dark and terrifying, making it unsuitable to be read to small children.[16]

Calgaround HistoryEdit

A history of the city of Calgaround and its citizens compiled by Hermann Bälz sometime during the reign of King Thorny Elphen. It lists all the citizens of Elphegort up until the point of its writing, with each citizen's entry including their date of birth, date of death, and cause of death. The book detailed the history of each feudal lord in the town, though barely touching upon any of the lords' relatives.[9]

New Millennium Tree DiscourseEdit

A discourse published by Clarith during the EC 530s. Written as a reaction to the Held sect's discovery of Michaela's sapling, it declares the "reincarnated" Millennium Tree to be a protector of humanity and worthy of its love.[17]

Yukina Freezis' MemoirsEdit

A series of biographical accounts written by Yukina Freezis sometime during the EC 540s. They detail her own personal experiences after her childhood. Included in them are her travels to Levianta and Calgaround, as well as her interactions with Kyle Marlon.[9]

Clarith's AutobiographyEdit

A book written by Clarith published during the late EC 500s. Detailing the events of her life, it tells of her hardships before and during the Lucifenia-Elphegort War and how she eventually discovered her faith because of them.[14]

Schuburg IssuesEdit

A series of newspaper issues released by the Schuburg Newspaper. The articles cover the historical figure Mikulia Calgaround, the death of the feudal lord Kaspar Blankenheim, and the mysterious epidemic in Toragay.[18]

Saintes Fauraux IssuesEdit

A series of newspaper issues released by the Saintes Fauraux publication sometime during the EC 600s. They cover the opening of Milanais Theater, the debut of idol Rin Chan, the mysterious string of murders in Rolled, and the presidential scandal of Julia Abelard.[19]

Eastern Magic RecordEdit

The Eastern Magic Record[note 12] was a compilation of stories related to magic taking place in Jakoku written by Ma sometime after the EC 840's. Its writings included the tale of the do-gooder Kokutan-douji, as well as the Enbizaka Murderer Scandal caused by Kayo Sudou.[20] The account also notes that the tailor caused an incident that shook society. Its validity is unknown.[21]

Java Gazette IssuesEdit

A series of newspaper issues released by the Java Gazette sometime during the EC 900s. They cover the witch trials taking place in Levianta.[22]

Ma's ScriptsEdit

A series of screenplays written by Ma during the EC 980s.[23] Several of them were adapted into films;[22] also among them was a documentary showcasing the collectibles of Dark Star Bureau judge Gallerian Marlon.[24] Several of them were later written with the help of Gammon Octo and his powers of divination.[25]

Gammon's WritingsEdit

A series of writings penned by Gammon Octo during the EC 980s. Among them were the court cases for the Master of the Court's "trials" held in Evil's Theater.[26] They also included Gammon's own commentaries and theories about the numerous figures in the history of Evillious.[27]

TriviaEdit

CuriositiesEdit

  • Several of mothy's songs exist in-universe as the Freezis Fairy Tales.

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Deadly Sins of Evil: The Tailor of Enbizaka – Chapter 1, Act 3
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 The Daughter of Evil: Praeludium of Red – Chapter 1, Section 2
  3. The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow – Final Chapter
  4. Evils Court – Shadow Parade
  5. The Daughter of Evil: Wiegenlied of Green – Prologue
  6. The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow – Prologue
  7. Deadly Sins of Evil: Judgment of Corruption – Episode 6
  8. The Daughter of Evil: Praefacio of Blue – Chapter 5
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep – Chapter 1
  10. Deadly Sins of Evil: Fifth Pierrot – Epilogue
  11. "Seven Crimes and Punishments" – Prologue
  12. "Seven Crimes and Punishments" – Epilogue
  13. Deadly Sins of Evil: The Lunacy of Duke Venomania – Epilogue
  14. 14.0 14.1 Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep – Chapter 3
  15. Waltz of Evil: The Deadly Sins of Evil Guidebook
  16. The Daughter of Evil: Praeludium of Red – Chapter 2, Section 1
  17. Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep – Chapter 7
  18. Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep
  19. Deadly Sins of Evil: Fifth Pierrot
  20. Deadly Sins of Evil: The Tailor of Enbizaka – Chapter 1, Act 5
  21. Evils Kingdom Website – Profiles
  22. 22.0 22.1 Deadly Sins of Evil: Judgment of Corruption – Episode 2
  23. Evils Kingdom – Introduction
  24. Evils Theater
  25. Evils Court – Biography
  26. Evils Court – Five Minutes Before Court
  27. Evils Court

NotesEdit

  1. 蛇姫
  2. ヤミガラスと三匹のキツネ
  3. 僕とカエルのラブロマンス
  4. 赤い靴のパレード
  5. いつきのおとめ
  6. あくのむすめ
  7. 公爵と四人の女
  8. プラトーの花
  9. レヴィン教聖書
  10. エヴィリオス旅行記
  11. 吸血娘 ヴァニカ
  12. 魔道東方録
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