Lucifenian[note 1] was the capital city of Lucifenia, located along the Orgo River. The city bordered the Lost Woods near Elphegort and was the site of the royal palace for the Lucifenian Royal Family. Throughout its history, it remained a political and economic center for the nation.


Early HistoryEdit

After the Kingdom of Lucifenia was established by Lucifenia I in EC 399, Lucifenian was made the capital of the new nation and the Lucifenian Royal Palace was constructed just outside the main city.[1] Sometime before EC 500, a group of bandits camped just outside the city and captured the daughter of a local blacksmith; the girl was rescued afterwards by Leonhart Avadonia's adopted children.[2]

Reign of EvilEdit

With the rest of the kingdom, the people of Lucifenian became increasingly desperate and dissatisfied with the Lucifenian Royal Family during the reign of Princess Riliane, high taxes and countrywide famine making most in the city destitute.[3] In EC 500 the residents of the city discovered Leonhart's dead body in the city's river, many concluding that he was assassinated on Riliane's order. His funeral was also held outside the palace, attended by his friends, subordinates, and relatives.[4]

The Lucifenian Resistance formed from a handful of residents in the city not long after Leonhart's funeral, beginning to reach out to the citizens disillusioned with Riliane's rule. While citizens were temporarily placated by financial support from Elphegort and Marlon,[5] public opinion dropped again with the Lucifenia-Elphegort War.[6]

Revolution and RepublicEdit

As the Lucifenian Revolution expanded across the kingdom, the Venom Mercenaries retreated to the capital in December of EC 500 and made their last stand with the Lucifenian army there against the resistance army. The city was captured and the revolutionaries invaded the palace soon afterwards, capturing and imprisoning the alleged princess.[7] As the riots continued over the next few days, the Marlon army occupied the city and put down the remaining violence.[8]

Following Lucifenia's occupation by the Kingdom of Marlon, King Kyle continued to use the former capital as his residence to govern the territory with the ministers. The city was later annexed by the Blue Country along with the rest of Lucifenia's territory in EC 501.[9] Once Marlon completely reinstated Lucifenia's independence in EC 510,[10] Lucifenian continued to act as the governing capital for the new republic.

On May 23, EC 610, the Lucifenian chief officials met with the leading members of the Freezis Foundation at the Lucifenian Palace. A Justea unit later interrupted the meeting and arrested Kaidor Blankenheim, disguised as Bruno Marlon.[11] Sometime after, the palace was retired as a government work building and became a popular tourist attraction for Lucifenian.[12]

World's EndEdit

In EC 999, Lucifenian was completely decimated by Punishment. Following the end of the Third Period and its subsequent merging with the Hellish Yard,[13] Princess Riliane reconstructed an illusion of the palace along with numerous souls from her lifetime. Afterward, the Princess held a dinner party at the palace. Later during the festivities, the Eighth Gift spread into the air and began putting all the attendees to sleep.[12] The poison was later sealed away.[14]


Lucifenian Royal PalaceEdit

Main Article: Lucifenian Royal Palace


The political center of Lucifenia as well as the home of the Lucifenian Royal Family.[15] After the Lucifian Revolution and during Marlon's occupation, it served as the governing residence of King Kyle Marlon.[9] After Lucifenia's independence was reinstated and it was made a republic,[16] the palace became a government work building before being closed and made a tourist attraction.[12]

Rogzé MansionEdit

The Rogzé Mansion[note 2] was the home of the Rogzé family in Lucifenian. The residence held a laboratory for experimenting with medicines and other chemical compounds.[17]

Avadonia ResidenceEdit


The Avadonia Residence[note 3] was the home of the Avadonia family. Leonhart Avadonia lived in the house, outside the palace, with his two adopted children.[15] It is unknown what became of the residence after Germaine Avadonia left on her travels abroad.

Langley SmithyEdit

The Langley Smithy[note 4] was the home of the Langley family. Run by Chartette's father, the residence served as a blacksmithy for Lucifenian and was visited by many clients, including the Three Heroes, for weapons repairs. In the lead-up to the Lucifenian Revolution, weapons for the Resistance were also made in the smithy.[18]

Orgo RiverEdit

The Orgo River[note 5] was a river running through the city, the bank not far from the Avadonia residence. The cities of Rolled and Lucifenian were situated along its banks. Leonhart Avadonia's dead body was discovered in the river after his assassination.[4]


A Levin graveyard located on a hill outside the palace. Leonhart's funeral took place on the hill after his body was recovered from the river.[4]

Levin CathedralEdit


A center of the Levin faith, used as both a gathering place for parishioners of the faith and members of the clergy. The bells of the church would ring each hour to communicate the time to citizens, and were loud enough to be heard from the Palace.[15] It was considered a blessing to be born while the bells were ringing in the town.[19]

Known InhabitantsEdit


Conceptualization and OriginsEdit

  • Like the country, the name is based on Lucifer, the patron demon of Pride.




  1. Evils Kingdom – Chronicles of Evillious
  2. "Twiright Prank"
  3. The Heavenly Yard – July 15,2008 – それらに囲まれ、何不自由なく育った王女は 母に代わって国を治めはじめますが それはお世辞にもまともな国政と呼べる代物ではなく 国民に重税を課し、逆らうものを容赦なく粛清するその体制により 次第に国は「悪逆非道の王国」と呼ばれ 王女自身は「悪ノ娘」と揶揄されるようになりました…。
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow – Chapter 1, Section 2
  5. The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow – Chapter 2, Section 1
  6. The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow – Chapter 2, Section 2
  7. The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow – Chapter 3, Section 2
  8. The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow – Chapter 4
  9. 9.0 9.1 The Daughter of Evil: Praeludium of Red – Chapter 3, Section 1
  10. Epic of Evil: The Daughter of Evil Fanbook – Aftermath – Kyle
  11. Deadly Sins of Evil: Fifth Pierrot – Part 1, Chapter 5
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 "Seven Crimes and Punishments" – Pride
  13. "Seven Crimes and Punishments" – Prologue
  14. "Seven Crimes and Punishments" – Sloth
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow – Chapter 1, Section 1
  16. Deadly Sins of Evil: Fifth Pierrot – Part 1, Chapter 1
  17. Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep – Chapter 3
  18. The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow – Chapter 3, Section 1
  19. "The Servant of Evil" – 期待の中僕らは生まれた 祝福するは教会の鐘


  1. ルシフェニアン
  2. ログゼ邸
  3. アヴァドニア邸
  4. ラングレー鍛冶屋
  5. オルゴ川
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