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The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow (悪ノ娘 黄のクロアテュール), is the first novel in the series written by Akuno-P(mothy), and was released on August 10, 2010 by PHP Comix. It is the first novel adaption of the Story of Evil.
Riliane Lucifen d'AutricheThe arrognat Prinecess that rules Lucifenia. Due to her always being sealed away in the palace, there are few who know her true appearence, and the hateful people begun acalling her "The Daughter of Evil".
A no-nonsense fourteen year old boy working as a servant beside the princess. While he's both an exeptionally skilled swordsman and rider, he chose to work as a simple servant.
Allen's foster sister and Leonhart's foster daughter that lives in Lucifenian's capital. White a sisterly presence, she's very well liked. She is pretty clever.
Childhood friend of Allen that works as a maid in the royal palace. She posseses super human strength and is good with heavy lifting. However, she's also worthless working with frail things and breaks them. Her cheerful attitude earned her the princesses' favor, and they often have tea together.
A mercenary leading a mercenary group, he's been named the "Demon of Asmodean" and uses a weapon unknown to the Evillious region. Due to his lady-like features and long hair, he's often mistaken for a woman. He's seemed to have some relation to the three heroes in the past.
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