* Okay. Irregular is Allen. That makes as much sense as each of the sin vessels, so I'm fine with that. Allen is Hansel reincarnated. Reincarnation is cool, I'll accept it. Conchita's male servant is ALSO Hansel reincarnated. But...wait. Both of them exist simultaneously as separate entities? Huh? Shouldn't that be impossible? Or is there something about reincarnation I'm missing?
** Actually, Lemy Abelard (''The Fifth: Pierrot'') is Hansel's reincarnation, not Allen. Conchita's song also took place 100's of years before ''Story of Evil.''
* One tiny question... at the end of "Judgment of Corruption", The Master of the Hellish Yard gives Marlon an IronicEcho of Marlon's own speech used earlier, about even the most evil person being pardonned if they pay up. Does that mean the Master is offering Marlon a chance to let go of his greed, or is it a tricky question, since, if Marlon would try to bribe his way into Heaven, he'd only add to his sins?
** This is a little bit of WMG, but since The Master of The Hellish Yard looks very smug when making that offer, I think Gallerian's screwed either way, but maybe if he had accepted to give up his fortune he would have been Gear instead of the Soul of Adam (Considering how all Awakened Vessels do the exact opposite of their sins).
*** Yes she does look very smug, her creepy grin almost puts Marlon's faces to shame. It is likely Marlon is screwed either way, although if Heartbeat Clocktower is anything to go by, the sin has been half-purified already before Gear makes his sacrifice- remember, Gear muses why Marlon didn't realize greed would only bring ruin to him and his beloved doll BEFORE the house was burnt and the doll got an ugly injury thanks to that right in the beginning. It's only later, after noting how the doll was the thing Marlon cared the most about, that Gear decides to make his sacrifice to save her and fulfil his job of keeping the gogwheels/gears of the cinema/theater's clocktower going on.