This page is for characters appearing primarily in the Clockwork Lullaby Series for the Evillious Chronicles.
- "How long will we continue this farce? There is nothing beyond that."
The awakened Vessel of Greed, and the second guardian of Evils Theater. He is referred as the "Soul of Adam" by the Master of the Graveyard.
- Heart Trauma: Ripped out his own heart to save the Doll.
- Heroic Sacrifice: For the Doll. He doesn't die though.
- Meaningful Name: His role in keeping the Clockwork Doll and the seven-sin plot alive is small, but still instrumental, like a real clocktower gear. "Gear" also starts with the same letter as "Greed" and is a homophone for the word in German, "Gier."
- Mr. Exposition: He fulfills this role in "Heartbeat Clocktower," explaining the nature of the titular Clocktower, his role to protect it, and the inhabitants surrounding it.
- My Master, Right or Wrong: In a sense; he disagrees with the Master of the Court's viewpoints and expresses annoyance at her trial, but he still devoted himself to keeping her alive and even tore out his own heart to ensure her survival. The Master of the Court wasn't quite his superior when he needed to protect her, though. She became his superior afterward.
- Reincarnation: Of Adam Moonlit.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Like other characters played by Kaito, his hair is blue. Which makes sense, considering he's really Adam more or less merged with the Marlon Spoon.
Master of the Court
- "Tell me, my father, am I right to make these choices? How is the heartless me supposed to understand?"
Also referred to as the Miniature Garden Girl, Gallerian's "daughter," or so he thinks, inhabiting the Clockworker's Doll following the death of his real daughter. Although she knows her name isn't Michelle, she doesn't dare tell Gallerian her real name out of fear that he'll stop loving her. After he's killed, she later takes up "his role" sentencing intruders to death in Evils Theater.
- Affably Evil: Despite the whole "Knight Templar Hanging Judge who wants to send everyone to Hell" thing, she's still fairly polite and pleasant. She even developed a little crush on Bruno!
- Ambiguous Innocence: She's so naive and innocent that she doesn't seem to realize that sentencing countless people to death is bad.
- Break the Cutie: She's like an innocent little girl her past life being a horrible villain notwithstanding, but then her "father" is killed and she's badly injured in the fire that kills him...
- Clockwork Creature: A living doll to be exact.
- Creepy Doll: A cute girl doll that will sentence you to hell.
- Daddy's Girl: Does her best to follow in her father's footsteps, as well as expressing a wish to save him.
- Death by Childbirth: Of a sort; the doll she's based on, at least, becomes singed and nearly powerless once Irregular is born from inside it.
- Doting Parent: To Irregular. This is a continuation of Irina realizing her dream was to become a mother after caring for Lemy in Fifth Pierrot.
- Eye Scream: At the end of the PV for "Miniature Garden Girl," one of her eyes is burned out.
- Hanging Judge: Like father, like daughter.
- Motor Mouth: Briefly in "Capriccio Farce."
- Pinocchio Syndrome: Her line at the beginning of the Seven Crimes and Punishments version of Miniature Garden Girl shows this:
- Clockworker's Doll: If only I were human.
- It's even more sad considering that her previous incarnation, Irina, was never human: she was a Ghoul Child that turned into a cat, and she could never become human after that.
- Precocious Crush: Briefly had one on Bruno.
- Reincarnation: Of Irina Clockworker, due to Ma's planning.
- Replacement Goldfish: To Gallerian's real daughter, Michelle.
- Sleepyhead: Earlier artwork frequently depicted her asleep. This may have been meant to foreshadow her connection to the sin of Sloth via being inside the doll.
- Take Up My Sword: After Gallerian's death, she continues to search for the Sin Vessels.
- True Blue Femininity: Her dress is a fetching shade of blue.
- Utopia Justifies the Means: A mentality that she gets from her father.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: In "Master of the Court."
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Justified for her at least in that she's a doll with artificial hair, but she is based off of a real person with real hair that shade.
Master of the Graveyard
- "Whatever, just take your time. The end result will be the same. I will eat you to your last bone."
The awakened vessel of Gluttony and the new incarnation of Banica Conchita. She guards the graveyard around Evils Theater, killing and devouring anyone who dares to enter. For more information, see Evil Food Eater Conchita.
- "Honor and praise our great master"
The Master of the Graveyard's...well, servants. They are fanatically loyal to her and like her were born from the Glass of Conchita. For more information on them, see Evillious Chronicles Original Sin Story.
- "I only wanted someone for chores"
Seemingly the awakened vessel of Pride. She is the theater's waiter, but doesn't like that job and wants a new one.
- Angsty Surviving Twin: "Heartbeat Clocktower" states shes still grieving the loss of her "other half". This is a reference to Allen, as Waiter's true identity is a Riliane reincarnation.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Her first official appearance was a cameo in "Heartbeat Clocktower". However, since she is really Riliane, her first appearance was Daughter of Evil.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: Gear in Heartbeat Clocktower notes that, despite her selfishness and pride, she appears to be unhappy when no one is looking. Again, this is a reference to Allen.
- Meaningful Name: See Stealth Pun.
- Reincarnation: Of Riliane Lucifen d'Autriche, to the surprise of absolutely no one.
- Smug Smiler: Look at her expression in the picture.
- Spoiled Brat: Gammon points out in the song that she's spoiled.
- Stealth Pun: "Matsumono" means, literally, "person who waits" since she's waiting to meet "her other half" again, not waiter as in the profession. Her official English name name is a reference on both what she does in Evils Theater and a pun on her Japanese name.
- Stepford Smiler: Gear points out that for all her selfishness, she "shows on her face, just a little, the sadness of losing her 'other half'".
- "I only do what I have to do"
A descendant of Duke Venomania. He has a curse on his body due to his bloodline, and as such sought to undo it with the Venom Sword. He is captured and almost executed by the Master of the Court, but the Waiter saves him and makes him work for her as a gardener.
- Butt-Monkey: He is quite useful thanks to his "Purple Dream" ability, but no one takes him seriously and officially he's only Waiter's servant.
- Dreaming of Things to Come: Gammon's Purple Dream ability allows him to see the future as well as the past, although his future visions are less than 50% accurate and their authenticity is therefore more doubtful.
- Dreaming of Times Gone By: Unlike Lukana, Gammon's Purple Dream ability allows him to view the past as well as the future—he uses this to help Ma write screenplays based on past events.
- The Eeyore: He has never been shown smiling, and his commentary for the songs in the Evils Court booklet is full of pessimistic ideas and theories.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy: He's got a lot of hair, much like his ancestor Venomania.
- Older Than They Look: When shown in Capriccio Farce, he looks pretty young, despite the fact that, being in the military and the leader of the Tasan Party back in EC 983, he's around his mid to late thirties.
- Only Sane Man: To some degree. Amongst the residents of the theater he's the least insane, trying to analyze the stories they present with a cool head.
- Peek-a-Bangs: His bangs cover up the right half of his face, enforcing his "gloomy" persona.
- Perpetual Frowner: See The Eeyore above.
- Seers: See Dreaming of Things to Come, due to his relation to Lukana Octo.
- Sins of Our Fathers: Subverted; viewers of Capriccio Farce are led to believed that his curse is related to being a descendant of Venomania, but reading the novels reveal that Venomania isn't even the most important ancestor to Gammon's life. His curse is a result of being enchanted and filled with lust by the Venom Sword.
- The Sixth Ranger: The last member to join the theater.
- Tall, Dark, and Handsome: Tall, dark-haired, and a clear Bishonen.
- Token Good Teammate: The only one to believe that maybe making the sins come together will just bring havoc (well, aside from The Master of the Graveyard, who wants the havoc, and Gear who just doesn't care).
- Token Human: Among a doll, a group of personified inanimate objects, a sorceress, something that might be a demon and a whatever Irregular is. He's alright with this, though, apparently because doesn't see himself as human either.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: When he was a member of the Tasan Party, he pretty much had the viewpoint that the ends justified the means and that all injustice must be punished, violently. He seems to go back to this mindset at the world's end, insisting in the Heavenly Novel that his men gather up and destroy all the main sin contractors to "save the world," but this turns out to be a ruse as part of The Master of the Court's plan to save Ma.
- You Killed My Father: He assisted Nemesis in her pursuit for revenge because of Gallerian persecuting his elder brother Nyoze.
- "Lu li la, lu li la, lu li lu li la, the resounding of Irregular's beat"
A mysterious boy who dwells within the Master of the Courts womb.
- And I Must Scream: When he's trapped in the Master of the Court's "womb", forced to replay his sins over and over again.
- Blank Slate: As he and his sister were killed before they had a proper chance to develop a personality for themselves, they emerge in the aftermath of the Hellish Yard/Third Period's merging as blank slates without drive until Eve and Adam possess them.
- Chekhov's Gunman: His first major role was in "Re_Birthday," way before anyone had any idea what his role was. His "name", meanwhile, was mentioned as early as "Screws Gears and Pride," although the song isn't canon.
- Creepy Child: In the Seven Crimes and Punishments novel, his behavior is... off, to say the least. Once he fuses with Adam, however, he's simply adorable.
- Does Not Like Shoes: After fusing with Adam, he's depicted barefoot.
- Half-Identical Twins: He wouldn't be a Hansel lookalike if he wasn't. Much less so when he fuses with Adam and his sister fuses with Eve.
- Identical Stranger: He's one of the several Len characters to look identical to Allen Avadonia, in Capriccio Farce even wearing his clothing. When we see him in the light novels, he looks almost exactly like a child Adam.
- Messianic Archetype: From being born to a "virgin" to having to spend time in his personal hell only to be reborn for an unexplained "quest" that will somehow bring about Utopia. Makes even more sense once he fuses with Adam, and it's played straight afterward.
- Momma's Boy: The only thing he does in the Seven Crimes and Punishments novel is try to get the Clockworker's Doll from Hansel's hands, all the while calling out to his "mother". Again, it is amplified once he fuses with Adam.
- Token Good Teammate: Also possible, among the other theater inhabitants. He is very devoted to his mother and even enacts a Re_Birthday in an attempt to defend his mother from Ma.
- Wham Shot: A look at his full picture shows that he wears the exact same clothing as Allen Avadonia. And then his illustration in Master of the Heavenly Yard shows him looking like a child Adam, due to Adam fusing his soul with him.
A girl born to the Clockworker's Doll shortly before the end of the world alongside Irregular/Adam. She fuses with the soul of Eve Moonlit and obtains a will in the process.
- Blank Slate: After her initial birth, though Eve Moonlit fixed that for her.
- Does Not Like Shoes: Same as her brother.
- Only One Name: She's not given a last name until Eve merges with her, justified as her mother didn't necessarily have a last name herself at the time of her and Adam's birth.
- Girlish Pigtails: As an Eve reincarnation, though they're blond instead of green this time.
- Reincarnation: Of Eve Moonlit.
Master of the Heavenly Yard
The last of the "Final Four" Masters, who holds dominion over the "Heavenly Yard". He's shown to, visually at least, have a connection to Allen Avadonia.
- Big Good: No surprise, when you consider his name.
- The Faceless: Only shown from behind; his hair is reminiscent of Allen's, however implying a connection if not to another Len character. But, considering mothy had confirmed in the Master of the Heavenly Yard novel that he is, in fact, Behemo (with Sickle taking the title once he became the sun god), he can't really be considered "faceless" at this point.
- Messianic Archetype: Certainly has this vibe going, see Irregular's entry for more details.
Mysterious Rin Girl
- "As always, teach me the words"
The narrator of the songs "Clockwork Lullaby," "Wordplay," and "Full Moon Laboratory." Her exact nature and connection to the rest of the series is unknown.
- Artificial Human: Implied to be one in "Wordplay" and all but said outright in "Full Moon Laboratory," with mention to her being "created."
- Catchphrase: Lu li la.
- Descent Into Madness: Her entire plot arc, especially "Wordplay" with a much darker second half.
- The Faceless: Like the Master of the Heavenly Yard above, she's only ever seen from behind. The one exception is "Clockwork Lullaby"...and even then you don't see her face.
- Leitmotif: Ode to Joy from "Wordplay".
- No Name Given: The Fan Nickname above is what's used to refer to her, since there's no name for her in-series.
- Mad Scientist: She becomes this in Full Moon Laboratory."My white labcoat is slowly stained with red..."