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"This is a story about the revenge of a girl who lost her arms and legs to a devil..."
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Noel The Mortal Fate is a commercial adventure game developed by Kanawo with RPG Maker and serialized in Game Magazine. After its success in Japan, the game is now available worldwide on Steam in English and Simplified Chinese. Up to now, there’s 11 seasons in total.

Noel Cerquetti, a young pianist who lost her arms and legs in a contract, works together with the Great Devil Caron to get her revenge against one man.

This man – dubbed the "pride of the citizens" – is Russell Burrows, the mayor of Laplace.

Why is this girl furiously seeking revenge against such an unrivalled man, loved by the people for bringing peace to Laplace that was once overrun by the mafia?

While unsteady without her limbs, Noel doesn't give up on her path of revenge, as Caron watches mercilessly, at times risking his own life to support her. With vengeance, the pair begins their chase after Burrows.

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Currently, it has a manga adaptation and an official Yonkoma. The game can also be played on mobile.

You can get an English translations from season 1->7 of the game here.


This game provides examples of:

  • And Now for Someone Completely Different: You simultaneously control both Noel and Caron throughout the game. From season 5 onward, you can also play as Fugo Dressel.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: For every wish you make through a contract with devil, you have to pay a matching price. In Noel's case, her arms and legs.
  • Big Bad: Mayor Burrows is the one that lured Noel into making a demonic contract for his sake, then dumped her mercilessly when Caron had taken the price from her. After knowing she is alive and planning on destroy him out of revenge, he calls for many forces, including the police, mafia, other demons, even Noel's best friend Jillian to eliminate both her and Caron.
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  • Deal with the Devil: The main root of turmoil of this game.
  • Demon of Human Origin: Humans that make contracts with devil are all called 'demons', and have a chance to awaken their "Fallen Angel" form.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: When Noel nearly killed Cybilla at the end of season 2, Carol slapped her to get her back on her senses.
  • One-Winged Angel: Demon's “Fallen Angel” phenomenon, which can be gained when a demon holds a really strong will toward their wish and gives the demon power of devil. In this form, they sport red pupils, magic square patterns spread over their body, and black aura covered them. Caron compared this phenomenon to "poison".
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Demons' pupils become red when they turn into “Fallen Angel” form. Additionally, both Caron's and Noel's eyes are red.
  • This Is a Work of Fiction
  • Yonkoma: The game has an official 4-koma series that is obviously Lighter and Softer than the main story.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness:
    • At the beginning of season 1, Noel had to give up her limbs to Caron as the price for killing the president of Stella Stage and became a dying bloody mess on the floor, yearning for help from the only human right beside her. Cybilla, as calm as ever, threw her into the sea.
    • Ironically, Cybilla herself received the same treatment in the after credit of season 2. The gun-loading sound heavily implied that Mayor Burrows shot her because she failed to eliminate Noel and Caron.
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