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Romaji: Venomania-kou no Kyouki
Official Translation: The Lunacy of Duke Venomania
Official English: Dance with Asmodeus
Uploaded May 9, 2010 (album) July 26, 2010 (PV), with 1,900,000+ Niconico views
The song was uploaded on July 25, 2010 and has reached over 1,900,000 views.
The song is about a man, Duke Sateriasis Venomania (Gackpo), who, in his childhood, had been mocked and taunted by others due to a facial deformity he had. In adulthood, he made a deal with the devil to have an irresistible charisma to women. As a result, women began flocking to his mansion's basement to create a harem for him. One of these women happened to be the one who "made him for a fool." This girl, now a young woman, was his childhood friend, Gumina Glassred (GUMI). In the end, she also fell for his charms. His harem continued to grow as time passed. However, a jealous man named Karchess Crim (KAITO), who had lost his love Yufina Marlon (Yufu Sekka) to Venomania, came to his palace disguised as a woman, and stabbed him in the chest with a poisoned knife. The charm now broken, the women fled from his mansion. As Venomania dies, he sees a glimpse of his childhood friend, and reveals that he had truly loved her.
Its initial phrase is 「さあ、踊ろうか」 ("Now, shall we dance?").
Mothy eventually song was adapted into a novel, being the first one of his Deadly Sins of Evil (悪ノ大罪 Aku no Taizai) series, released on December 22, 2012 published under PHP-Comix editorial. The story of the novel revolves around Cherubim, the disfigured illegitimate son of the Ilotte Venomania, the Duke of Asmodean, who after being rejected by his childhood friend and love interest, usurped his brother's identity. The book also had the collaboration of the illustrators Suzunosuke, Ayumi Kasai, Ichika, Yuu & Suou.
Additionally, a prologue manga illustrated by Reki Bito was produced as promotion for the incoming of the novel. The manga was briefly available as preview in famitsu.com until its former publication at hands of B's-LOG COMICS on December 28, 2012. The manga revolved around some skipped details from the novel, and the abduction of Lilien Turner (Lily).