Anime / Seven Mortal Sins
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Seven Mortal Sins or Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai is an anime from the 2017 Spring season by Artland and TNK based on a figure line from the creators of Queen's Blade.
The story follows the fallen archangel Lucifer, who was cast down from Heaven because of her pride. She briefly lands on Earth, where a girl named Maria Totsuka finds her and Lucifer gives her an angel's blessing on a whim, before falling to the lowest level of Hell. In hell, Lucifer meets Leviathan, and Leviathan explains to Lucifer about The Seven Deadly Sins, the seven demon king rulers of hell. After The Seven Deadly Sins seal Lucifer's powers, Lucifer goes on a journey with Maria and Leviathan to defeat them.
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It is available for legal streaming with subtitles on Crunchyrollhere, and with an English Dub on Funimationhere.
Not to be confused with the otherThe Seven Deadly Sins.
A spin-off series titled Seven Heavenly Virtues (Nanatsu no Bitoku) has been announced for Winter 2018, which follows the Seven Heavenly Virtues, the Foils of the Seven Deadly Sins, as they search on Earth for a 'True Messiah'.
A Mobile Game titled Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai X-TASY was released in June 2nd, 2021. It features both the Seven Deadly Sins and the Seven Heavenly Virtues, as well as original characters.
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Tropes in Seven Mortal Sins:
- And the Adventure Continues:
- Belphegor's game exploits this trope. Even if the players manage to defeat the Demon Lord, Belphegor will simply create another one, restarting the entire plot. Of course, that's all a ploy to keep the players in the game longer and make them slothful like Belphegor herself.
- The series ends this way with Lucifer becoming the leader of the Seven Sins with Leviathan replacing Astaroth when the latter left hell to be with Belial and a war between Hell and Heaven is about to begin.
- Animation Bump: The animation of Astaroths music video that is shown at the end of episodes 4.5 and 5 is much more dynamic and fluid than any other scene in either episode.
- Armor Is Useless: The first armor Belphegor gives Maria in her game is an actual armor made of metal. It does protect her, but it's so heavy Maria can't actually move while wearing it. So Belphegor switches it for an incredibly skimpy outfit that actually has more defense than the proper armor.
- Artistic License Religion: A curious example. From Maria's behavior and dialogue it's possible to infer that Christianity that exists in the world of the anime is near identical to ours, but the very premise of the anime Lucifer only fell down on modern times and the Seven Deadly Sins can change shows that it cant be the exact same thing, which gives the writes some freedom to modify some details. Indeed, turns out that not only this Lucifer fell down millennia after her biblical counterpart, she is not actually the first angel to fall, just the most famous one.
- Of course, the series is only accurate when it comes to portraying correct Christian behavior (through Maria). When the subject is depicting angels and demons, it falls into all the common pitfalls. Such as portraying fallen angels as being different from "born demons"note All demons are fallen angels, as there is no such a thing as a being born evil and having those as the rulers of Hellnote Demons suffer in Hell like any damned human soul.
- Ass Shove: When Lucifer gets hospitalized, Belial disguises herself as a nurse and subjects her to a humiliating and extremely painful suppository.
- Beach Episode: The first third of episode 3 takes place in a beach in Miami.
- Beat Still, My Heart: Lucifer rips out Maria's heart to make her immortal. In episode 11 Lucifer switches her heart with Maria's.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Lucifer claims all the Angels are like this, because everyone in Heaven is expected to pretend to be perfect. In comparison, she praises the Demon Lords because they at least are upfront about things.
- Black-and-Gray Morality: While at first it seemed that the series was going the Evil Versus Evil route, it ultimately turned into this. Surprisingly, the Sins are the Gray. Turns out that God is planning to purge both Earth and Hell to create a new world from scratch, as He has lost all hope on humans, who won't stop falling into sin. The Mortal Sins are opposing Him, and while they haven't said anything about stopping corrupting humans nor are they being entirely selfless in this battle (Lucifer suggested taking this chance to create a new world order with Hell on top), they are still portrayed as being much more noble and sympathetic than the fatalist forces of Heavens.
- Bleached Underpants: Another thing this series has in common with its predecessor Queen's Blade. Between the end cards of the twelve episodes and the booklets that come with the Blu-rays, many Hentai artists have contributed to this series.
- Brick Joke: Not in the anime series, but in the short specials. The third special has Asmodeus giving Maria a massage, but closes off implying that the Demon Lord plans to do something else with a massager. Fast forward to the last special (eight months later in real life!), the same massager appears again and is actually being used to do sexual things, but its Maria that is using it on Asmodeus.
- Cast Full of Gay: About the entire cast is interested in other women. This even extends to the ''nameless extras" as the beach episode has several lesbian couples entranced by Lust's beauty.
- Cat Fight: In a short special, Lucifer and Belial have a Capture the Flag competition. When they both slipped and failed to grab the object, they started to tear off each other's bikini tops. Lucifer decided that a Cat Fight would be much better competition between the two. Belial agrees and the two of them start to fight while Belphegor is in the background livestreaming to her viewers.
- Circles of Hell: Hell draws from The Divine Comedy, with Lucifer falling to Cocytus in the first episode. Episodes 9 and 10 show her going back to Hell, but this time she crosses all nine circles.
- Clip Show: Episode 4.5 is a recap of the previous 4 episodes.
- Clothing Damage: As expected from a series by the creators of Queen's Blade, this anime is really fond of this. In general, having a character lose all of their clothes in a fight is the number one way to show that they are completely outmatched.
- Crucified Hero Shot: Calling the Mortal Sins heroes would be stretching the gray part of Black-and-Gray Morality too far, but you do get to see people being crucified a lot in this anime. In fact, it seems to be the standard punishment for fallen angels when they are thrown out of Heaven. Its hard to believe the Irony isnt intentional.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: At first Lucifer is the one delivering one of those against Belial. But then she finds herself in the receiving end of one when Belial curses her and the other sins join the fight. This becomes somewhat of a pattern in the series, with many episodes featuring a character being defeated in battle only to turn the tables on their opponent when they go for a rematch. Episodes 8 and 12 are exceptions, both portraying some really hard fought battles.
- Didn't Think This Through: In Episode 2, Maria briefly manages to grab her heart, only for Lucifer to teleport it back to her and point out Maria had no idea how to put it back inside her anyway.
- Does This Remind You of Anything?:
- The things Belial says after she fully absorbs Lucifer's power are clearly meant to evoke something else entirely. Given her personality, she may have done it on purpose to mock Lucifer.
- The second Blu-ray exclusive Short Special is about Leviathan replacing the band-aid she uses as underwear with a new one, but the scene is initially framed as her doing something else in the bathroom.
- Evil Versus Evil: The main conflict of the series consists of two Demon Lords representing two Deadly Sins battling against seven other Demon Lords who also represent Deadly Sins, so this trope was totally unavoidable. The only source of genuine good is Maria, who was dragged into the fight against her will. This lasts for about 8 episodes until it's revealed that God plans to purge Earth and Hell and most of the Demon Lords are more noble than they appear to be.
- Evil Virtues: The series likes to explore how the Seven Deadly Sins arent necessarily bad. In fact, if you know how to control them, they can actually become virtues.
- Determination/Valor: Lucifer (Pride) and Belial (Vanity) are both incredibly arrogant and prideful, but its precisely because of that they both go to great lengths to achieve their goals, absolutely refusing to give up until they have gotten what they wanted. Their willpower is just unbreakable.
- Diligence/Honor: Satans character shows that when Wrath is directed to the right way, it translates into a strong desire to uphold justice and protect others. Her love of battle translates into a desire to fight fairly, restoring Lucifer's strength to experience the best possible challenge.
- Gratitude/Loyalty: Astaroth's Melancholy causes her to be incredibly prone to doubting herself. As such, she responds strongly towards people that believe in her and support her efforts. She claims that Belial's kindness and support is the reason for her Undying Loyalty.
- Love: Maria believes that Leviathans Envy is the proof that she really is in love with Lucifer, and maintains that feeling envy is natural and not a sin. Likewise, she recognizes that Mammon's Greed originates from a mother's desire to provide the best possible life for her children, though she still has to remind her to slow down, so that she can actually spend time with her children.
- Passion: Asmodeus claims that by spreading her Lust she is also allowing humans to love each other, but Lucifer doesnt buy it. On the other hand, Lucifer also insists that there is nothing sinful about "loveless sex".
- Selflessness: Beelzebub, perhaps the nicest of the Mortal Sins, only spreads the sin of Gluttony because she wants to teach people to appreciate good food.
- Exposed to the Elements: The Mortal Sins, with all their Stripperific outfits, gather in a place in the middle of Cocytus. Interestingly, Lucifers body freezes instantly when she first arrives there, while Leviathan who is right in front of her isnt bothered at all by the cold. After the fallen angel is thawed out nobody is seen complaining about the cold again. We can only presume that the Demon Lords have some sort of magical protection against extreme temperatures.
- Fanservice: This anime has plenty, from Clothing Damage to acts of lesbianism.
- Gainaxing: At one point during the Beach Episode, Lucifers breasts bounce wildly when she calmly turns aside. Whats more impressive is that her no-no bits remained covered, despite the fact that if her bikini isn't tight enough to prevent such a movement in first place then it shouldnt be able to prevent her breast from slipping off either.
- Garden Garment: In episode 6, Belphegor replaces Maria's destroyed clothes with a bikini made of leaves. Maria comments that it is very itchy and uncomfortable.
- Go-Karting with Bowser: As the animation shorts reveal, Lucifer and Belial aren't above engaging in games and silly contests when all is said and done.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold
- Lucifer is arrogant, prideful and took Maria's heart when she see her again but over time she does show she has a good heart as she genuinely cares about Maria and she also cares about the humans as well despite what she thinks about them as she goes against God and the forces of Heaven because they were planning to destroy all of humanity.
- Leviathan is a bitch to people and doesn't like Maria at first because she is the embodiment of Envy but she cares about Lucifer and loves her very much, also cares about Behemoth who she loves very much about and trusts as well and, despite how things went between them she also starts to care about Maria and they end up as Vitriolic Best Buds.
- Harmless Freezing: Lucifer is frozen in Cocytus early in the series and Leviathan and Astaroth suffer the same fate in later episodes. None of them is bothered in the slightest by it, and once they are thawed out they act as if nothing happened. Justified since they are supernatural Demon Lords who show many different powers through the series.
- Improbably Female Cast: There are only 4 named characters in the series that are NOT female: Behemoth, Gnosis, Charon and God. What's more, both Behemoth and Gnosis are demons with non-humanoid forms. We know the latter is male because of his voice, but Behemoth is The Speechless, so we cant even be sure of its gender. And God is, well, the big G Himself. On top of all that, Gnosis is a Satellite Character to Belial, Charon is a Bit Character that is only on-screen for a few minutes and God is The Ghost. Interestingly, nobody seems to be concerned about how seemingly every important Demon Lord in Hell and every Archangel in Heaven is female. It's just a fact everybody in the series takes for granted.
- Invisible to Normals: Regular humans can't see angels or demons, with the exception of Maria. It's later show that demons can turn off their invisibility so they can interact with humans and get them to sell their souls.
- Ironic Hell: All the punishments Belial had in store for the Mortal Sins in case they betrayed her bear a bit of irony (and a couple of references to Dantes Inferno). Asmodeus has her body ravaged by a hurricane she herself created, Beelzebub has food forced down her throat, Mammon is trapped in the same torture device she trapped Lucifer in, Belphegor is trapped in a running machine that will burn her if she stops running, Satan is swallowed by the flesh of the dead people she sent to Hell.
- Laughably Evil: The Sins can provide laughs in comedic situations, especially Leviathan, the resident Butt-Monkey. The special shorts for the anime are dedicated to showcase this trope, coupled with Fanservice and Villains Out Shopping.
- Let Us Never Speak of This Again!: In episode 6, Maria finds Leviathan cosplaying as an angel. Levi orders her to never tell anyone about this, especially Lucifer. Although Maria obeys, Lucifer eventually catches Levi in the outfit.
- Let's You and Him Fight: Belphegor tricks Maria into fighting Lucifer and gives her tools that make her a match for the fallen angel.
- Literal Change of Heart: In episode 11, Belials attempts to kill Lucifer by manipulating Maria to stab her by taking her heart hostage. Lucifer foils her plan by switching her heart with Marias.
- Loss of Inhibitions: Asmodeus accuse Mariah of being a Covert Pervert when she captures her in Episode 3, and after drugging Mariah with a powerful aphrodisiac in one of the specials, finds out to her horror just how right she was. Without her inhibitions, the sweet and innocent Mariah proves herself to be a bigger freak than the Demon Lord of Lust◊.
- Love Is in the Air: During the Beach Episode there is a shot of many people hugging each other, showing that making people lust over her isnt the only thing Asmodeus does to spread the sin of lust.
- Lyrical Dissonance: One of Lucifers attempts at becoming a more popular singer than Astaroth involves making a stereotypical idol music video, complete with frilly dresses, upbeat music and an overly-sugary montage of Lucifer doing girly things alongside Maria and Leviathan. The thing is, she is still using the downer lyrics Astaroth, Demon Lord of Melancholy, thought up.
- Male Gaze: Plenty of it. It helps that most of the Demon Lords don't have any problems with being seen nude, so whenever they lose their clothes they are in no hurry to get dressed.
- A Match Made in Stockholm: The relationship between Lucifer and Maria begins with the former forcing the later to become her servant and giving her immortality that she never asked for. By the end of the series they are both doing everything they can to protect the other.
- Monster of the Week: In this case, "Sin of the Week". Each episode focuses on a different Sin, with the first two introducing the basic plot and main characters (the Sins of Pride and Envy) to the audience and the following episodes showing their fights against the Mortal Sins. This format lasts for 8 episodes.
- Mood Whiplash: The second half of episode 7 is a collection of some of the most heartwarming moments of the series, with the Villain Protagonist finally showing some genuine displays of affection to the people that have been following her from the start. Then the episode ends with Maria getting kidnapped by Belial.
- Mud Wrestling: In episode 10, after they both run out of magic, Leviathan and Astaroth are reduced to wrestling and flinging mud at each other.
- Musical Episode: Episode 5. While most episodes have an insert song, this is the only one to have the characters sing in-universe, on top of having multiple songs instead of just one.
- The Nudifier: Most of the Demon Lords can do this, though their methods are all different. Most egregious, the game Belphegor and Mammon made has a hot spring with this effect.
- Palette Swap: The legendary equipment Maria receives from Leviathan is just a re-color of her previous armor. Since they are inside a video-game created by Mammon and Belphegor, this naturally gets lampshaded.
Belphegor: ''Its cheaper to re-skin the same outfit in different colors."
- Panty Fighter: The camera won't let you forget how Stripperific the outfits of the Sins are, even when they are fighting.
- Please Put Some Clothes On: After Lucifer and Leviathan leave Hell, the other sins ask Belial to get dressed because her outfit was destroyed. She says she's too busy basking in her victory to care.
- Pool Scene: Episode 2 has one in the pool of a high class hotel.
- Psycho Rangers: The Seven Deadly Sins and their counterparts, the Seven Heavenly Virtues. Which are which depends on who you ask.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: Subverted. The Mortal Sins all qualify as villains in a wayor another, but the only ones that have both red and black in their outfits are Mammon, who has a Freudian Excuse, and Astaroth, who is the Token Good Teammate.
- Presumably, Belphegor was invoking this trope when she made Lucifer's clothes change from white to red and black inside her game. Lucifer was roleplaying as the Evil Overlord after all.
- Schmuck Bait: Who would've thought that one coin would trigger a cage trap? Maria sure didn't.
- Sequel Hook: Lucifer may have defeated Michael, but the God and the other members of the Heavenly Virtues are still in Heavens, planning to purge Earth and Hell to create a new world from scratch. The series ends with Lucifer and the Mortal Sins preparing themselves to wage war against God.
- Seven Deadly Sins: The main characters of the series.
- Seven Heavenly Virtues: They make a cameo, though only Michael plays a role in the story. Lucifer used to be their leader, until her Fall.
- Sexy Soaked Shirt: Invoked by Lucifer when she throws water at Marias white one-piece bikini to prove to Asmodeus that seducing humans isnt hard for anyone.
- Shown Their Work: A lot of people thought it was weird that the cast includes Demon Kings of Melancholy and Vanity, as those two arent part of the 7 Deadly Sins. However, they were part of the original list of 8 Evil Thoughts crated by the fourth-century monk Evagrius Ponticus. It was only two centuries later that Melancholy and Vanity were absorbed by Sloth and Pride, which is probably why Belphegor and Astaroth are close friends in the series. Also, the only sin in the standard list that wasnt in the original list by Ponticus? Envy, which is also not one of the original group of sins in the plot of the anime.
- The writers also know quite a bit about Dantes Inferno. In the first episode Lucifer falls into Cocytus after being banished from Heavens, as it is described in Dante's work. Episodes 9 and 10 shown her going from the Gate of Hell all the way back to Cocytus, with each circle being based on their equivalente from Inferno. We also get to see the appropriate Mortal Sin guarding some circles, though there is a bit of artistic license here (Satan is found on the eight circle, when those guilty of the sin of wrath are sent to the fifth. There isn't a circle for the slothful, so Belphegor is put on the sixth circle, meant for heretics.)
- Skinny Dipping: Both Leviathan and Lucifer are doing this during the Pool Scene in episode 2, as neither of them have prepared swimsuits or care about showing off their bodies. Lucifer then forces Maria to follow suit with magic. Lucifer is seen doing this again in episode 5.
- Slut-Shaming: Defied and then Inverted. Lucifer explains she doesnt see anything wrong with loveless sex, and even mocks Asmodeus in her face for thinking that evangelizing about the benefits of sex is an action sinful enough to qualify her as a Mortal Sin.
- Soul Jar: Lucifer traps Maria's heart in one.
- Spit-Trail Kiss: A spit-trail can be seen in one of the BD specials when Belphegor and Astaroth kiss. Although it was all inside Astaroth's head.
- Stealth Pun: The third Blu-ray exclusive Short Special shows Satan trying to give children their Christmas presents, complete with a matching outfit. Thats right, Satan was cosplaying as Santa!
- Surprisingly Realistic Outcome:
- In episode 3 Leviathan sees Asmodeus pole dancing and tries to one up her to impress Lucifer. Asmodeus quickly demonstrates that there is far more skill involved in pole dancing than meets the eye, and Leviathan makes a fool of herself in her attempts to mimic her moves.
- In episode 6, after losing a fight with Lucifer, Belphegor replaces Maria's destroyed clothing with a Garden Garment. Maria quickly notes how unpleasant it feels, saying it's itchy.
- The eating contest between Lucifer and Beelzebub finishes with both girls being sent to the hospital due to gastric problems.
- In the series the fact that Leviathan uses a Band-Aid in lieu of panties is treated as a source of comedy and Fanservice. The second Blu-ray exclusive Short Special shows that Levis trips to the bathroom are quite painful and uncomfortable because of it.
- In the following special Satan learns that climbing down a chimney is not the easy task Santa Claus makes it look like, especially if you are six feet tall.
- Through His Stomach: Attempted by Leviathan in episode 2 when she offers to cook a Hellish full course meal for Lucifer. It doesnt work, but Lucifer did enjoy the food.
- Training Montage: Maria goes through a very tongue-in-cheek and Fansevicey one in episode 6.
- Translation Convention: Episodes 3, 4 and 7 respectively take place in Miami, London and Paris, so its safe to say that a good chuck of the dialogue in those episodes isnt actually being spoken in Japanese. As for the main characters, the Mortal Sins are explicitly stated to have been alive for centuries, if not millennia, and their job requires then to interact with humans, so them knowing many languages is no surprise (But which language they speak when they are not in the presence of humans is anybodys guess). And Maria is a high school student, so her knowing English also isnt a big deal, though admittedly the idea that she just so happened to also being fluent in French does pushes the Willing Suspension of Disbelief a bit, even if its not impossible. (Alternatively, the nurses in the hospital in Paris were the ones speaking English for her convenience.)
- Unlimited Wardrobe: Lucifer, Maria and Leviathan change clothes several times through the series.
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight: We see many people interacting with the Demon Lords unawares of their real identities and none of them seem to care that they all have horns. There may be some disguise magic involved, but since nothing of the sort is specified, this trope is still very much in effect.
- Subverted in episode 7, where it's finally confirmed there is indeed magic involved.
- Visual Pun: In episode 11 Lucifer gives Maria her heart. Figuratively and literally.
- Villains Out Shopping: Some of the special shorts seem to have be made to answer the question: "What the Mortal Sins do when they are not gathering followers and corrupting them?". The answer can be quite silly sometimes. For example, the 11th special has Belphegor challenging Belial and Mammon to a Twister game, where she cheats by using her tail as an extra limb.
- Walk on Water: Lucifer does this in Episode 2.
- Wham Episode: Episode 7. At first it looks like just another episode in the same Monster of the Week format: Lucifer challenges the Mortal Sin of the week, there is some Fanservice in the middle of the fight, Lucifer and Maria get a bit closer, Lucifer wins and they depart to meet the next Mortal Sin. But this episode ends with Belial stealing Marias heart and then kidnapping her, destroying the status quo of the series.
- Wham Line: This line said by Lucifer in episode 9 when the Mortal Sins question if she is planning on destroying Hell.
Lucifer:"God is the one trying to do that."
- What If?: The seventh and last BD short special seems to be an alternative take on the scene where Asmodeus kidnaps Maria in episode 3.
- Wimp Fight: The fight between Leviathan and Astaroth in episode 10. It starts like you would expect of a battle between Demon Lords, but it quickly degenerates into Mud Wrestling. When the episode cuts back to those two later, they both have completely lost control of the situation. Leviathan is even being dragged along with Astaroth by the current of a river despite being able to control water!
- World of Buxom: The only girls in the series with a small chest are the Token Mini-Moe of each group. Everybody else has a breast size that varies between moderately big and humongous.
Seven Mortal Sins
The Seven Mortal Sins are seven demon lords who make up the highest authority in Hell, each of them representing a sin that causes damnation in humanity.
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Seven Mortal Sins
Multimedia project anime series produced by Artland and TNK
For other uses, see Seven deadly sins (disambiguation).
Not to be confused with The Seven Deadly Sins (manga).
Seven Mortal Sins, also known as Sin: The 7 Deadly Sins (sin 七つの大罪, Shin: Nanatsu no Taizai), is a Japanese anime television series animated by Artland and TNK that aired from April 14, 2017 to July 29, 2017. It is an adaptation of Hobby Japan's media franchise The 7 Deadly Sins (七つの大罪, Nanatsu no Taizai), which primarily consists of a series of fantasy figures.
The Seven Heavenly Virtues, also known as Seven Heavenly Virtues (七つの美徳, Nanatsu no Bitoku), is a Japanese anime television series animated by Bridge that aired from January 26 to March 30, 2018. It is an adaptation of Hobby Japan's media franchise The Seven Heavenly Virtues (七つの美徳, Nanatsu no Bitoku), which primarily consists of a series of fantasy figures.
Lucifer, one of God'sarchangels, is denounced for rebelling against the Almighty's will and cast out of Heaven. She is forced into a brief stopover by crashing into a high school's church, where a young girl, Maria Totsuka, witnesses her arrival. After Lucifer has infused the girl with a part of her angel's blood, she continues her fall into the depths of Hell, where she is met by Leviathan, the aspiring minor Demon Lord of Envy.
Soon after, Lucifer is challenged by the Seven Sins, the ruling Demon Lords of Hell, led by Belial. Bundling their powers, the Seven Sins overcome Lucifer and seal away her angelic powers by fitting her with a cursed Garb of Punishment, thereby turning her into a Demon Lord. Swearing revenge on her defeaters, Lucifer returns with Leviathan to Earth, where she turns Maria into her immortal slave. With her two sidekicks in tow, Lucifer sets out to defeat the Seven Sins one at a time in order to sunder their powers imbuing her Garb.
- Lucifer (ルシファー, Rushifā) /Pride (傲慢, Gōman)
- Voiced by: Eri Kitamura (Japanese); Nicole Endicott (English)
- Formerly the first of the Archangels of Heaven and the former leader of the Seven Heavenly Virtues, she was denounced and cast out of Heaven for her rebellion against the will of God, who seeks the destruction of both mankind and Hell for their inherent (but inevitable) corruption. After battling the Seven Mortal Sins for the first time, she is cursed by Belial with the Garb of Punishment, a barbed tattoo-like body-chain empowered by the Seven Sins which inhibits her angelic powers and torments her with constant pain and blood-letting. But while Lucifer's immense pride was the cause for her fall from Heaven, it also proves to be her strongest weapon against both the predations of the Seven Sins and the power of God.
- Maria Totsuka (十束 真莉亜, Totsuka Maria)
- Voiced by: Megumi Toda (Japanese); Madeleine Morris (English)
- A shy, soft-spoken teenage human girl who has worshipped Lucifer all her life when she was still an angel. She initially encounters Lucifer during a brief stopover in the middle of her descent to Hell. Maria becomes Lucifer's servant when Lucifer rips out her heart, granting her immortality and eternal youth; and though initially unwilling, Maria becomes gradually quite taken with her new mistress. In the final episode, it is revealed that Lucifer has been aware of Maria's dedication to her, which is the primary reason why Lucifer rebelled against God's decision to destroy humanity and why they were destined to meet in the first place.
- Leviathan (レヴィアタン, Reviatan) /Envy (嫉妬, Shitto)
- Voiced by: Akane Fujita (Japanese); Brittany Lauda (English)
- The aspiring Demon Lord of Envy, she becomes instantly infatuated with Lucifer upon the latter's arrival in Hell and makes herself into the fallen angel's sidekick. She is therefore continuously jealous of Maria because she receives the better part of Lucifer's attention, though the two are quite capable of working together if it serves Lucifer's interests. She has the ability to control water and water creatures.
- Belial (ベリアル, Beriaru) /Vanity (虚飾, Kyoshoku)
- Voiced by: Shizuka Itou (Japanese); Elizabeth Maxwell (English)
- The Demon Lord of Vanity, and the ruler of the Seven Mortal Sins until Lucifer's arrival. Her most distinguishing feature are her heterochromatic eyes, of which the left one is ruby red while the right one sports a golden iris. She was once part of the Byrndale family, a once prestigious clan, which Belial wished to return to its former glory, and also an angel herself under the name Satanael (ザタナエル, Zatanaeru) before she attempted to gather more followers for God by appearing before the humans and thereby proving God's existence to them. However, her presumptuous attempt backfired when the humans instead allowed themselves to fall to the Seven Sins, and for this blunder she was sentenced and banished to Hell. Ultimately, she attempts to betray Hell and her subordinate Sins in order to be reinstated as an angel.
- Satan (サタン, Satan) /Wrath (憤怒, Funnu)
- Voiced by: Arisa Sakuraba (Japanese); Dawn M. Bennett (English)
- Representing Wrath, Satan is a fiery, red-headed Demon Lord whose main task is to judge the souls of the dead at the threshold of the Gates to Hell, and sentence the deserving to eternal damnation. While she has a hair-trigger temper, she also has a sense of honor and a love for cute and innocent things; for this reason she is especially fond of Beelzebub. She uses an ax in combat and has armies from all over the world serving as her followers.
- Belphegor (ベルフェゴール, Berufegōru) /Sloth (怠惰, Taida)
- Voiced by: Ai Kakuma (Japanese); Ella Davis (English)
- As the representation of Sloth, Belphegor is the laziest and most easy-going of the Mortal Sins, sporting cat-like features like white hair and a claw-equipped tail (which she often uses as a third hand since she's usually too lazy to move her arms), as well as two tiger-striped antelope-type horns. Her favorite hobbies are surfing, engaging in games inside the Internet and exchanging messages with Astaroth, with whom she is good friends because of their very similar moods. She uses a morning star when engaging in hand-to-hand combat, and gains followers by running a popular MMORPG.
- Mammon (マモン, Mamon) /Greed (強欲, Gōyoku)
- Voiced by: Yoko Hikasa (Japanese); Annabel Thorne (English)
- The Demon Lord of Greed who attempts to employ every opportunity to make a winning, specializing in real estates and the sale of home-brewed magical potions. Her greed is partially founded by the actions of her unnamed husband, who saddled her with 500,000 children and a load of debts on her shoulders. Mammon's weapons of choice are bottles of dangerous chemicals. Her base of operations is in London.
- Beelzebub (ベルゼバブ, Beruzebabu) /Gluttony (暴食, Bōshoku)
- Voiced by: Yui Ogura (Japanese); Arielle O'Neil (English)
- Despite her slight figure, she is the most voracious of the Seven Sins, as well as perhaps the friendliest of them. She is physically distinguished by one single horn, similar to an alicorn, growing from the center of her forehead. Her motive for becoming a glutton was not out of pure self-indulgence, but to find a way of achieving happiness through eating and sharing that discovery with others. She attracts followers by sponsoring large feasts for the most hedonistic eaters. Her base of operations is in Paris.
- Asmodeus (アスモデウス, Asumodeusu) /Lust (色欲, Shikiyoku)
- Voiced by: Chiaki Takahashi (Japanese); Morgan Garrett (English)
- As the representative of Lust, she is the most lecherous of the Seven Sins. She takes up residence in Miami and works around the clock to attract followers, hosting orgies at the beach during the day and pole dancing for her nightclub attendees at night. Owing to her lascivious nature, she is equally attracted to both women and men.
- Astaroth (アスタロト, Asutorato) /Melancholy (憂鬱, Yūutsu)
- Voiced by: Azusa Tadokoro (Japanese); Jad Saxton (English)
- The Demon King of Melancholy, who spends most of her time as a very popular musician in Earth's virtual world. Though quite the braggart under this pretense, she is very sociophobic and tends to easily lose her nerve, and therefore uses her music to communicate her emotions.
- Mina (美菜, Mina)
- Voiced by: Miyu Tomita (Japanese); Caitlin Glass (English)
- Maria's playful, flirtatious schoolmate and best friend. She does not share Maria's talent and therefore does not believe in the existence of angels and demons.
- Behemoth (ベヘモフ, Bememofu)
- Leviathan's sidekick monster, who appears (and commonly disguises itself) as a stuffed toy with bat wings and a gas mask.
The Seven Heavenly Virtues
- Michael (ミカエル, Mikaeru) /Faith (忠義, Chūgi)
- Voiced by: Yumi Uchiyama (Japanese); Kristin Sutton (Sins), Kucky Long (Virtues) (English)
- The Archangel responsible for denouncing Lucifer before God and then casting her to Hell, and therefore the new leader of the Seven Heavenly Virtues. She struck a deal with Belial, demanding the release of all souls tormented in Hell in exchange for delivering Lucifer for eternal torment, but betrays the Demon Lord of Vanity in the end because her unswerving loyalty belongs to God. Despite this, she retains feelings for Lucifer, but ends up becoming her mortal enemy.
- In the Seven Heavenly Virtues spin-off, Michael chooses a random human as her candidate human and trains him like a soldier to fight the demons himself. Even so, Michael develops a fondness for her human when he cooks omelettes, her favorite meal, for her.
- Uriel (ウリエル, Urieru) /Patience (忍耐, Nintai)
- Voiced by: Asami Seto (Japanese); Kira Vincent-Davis (English)
- Heaven's intelligence officer. After choosing an office worker as her Messiah candidate, Uriel begins stalking him 24/7, which eventually gets him fired. Then, she decides she has fallen in love with him and moves in with him.
- Sariel (サリエル, Sarieru) /Kindness (親切, Shinsetsu)
- Voiced by: Sakura Nakamura (Japanese); Avery Smithhart (English)
- A mother-type figure who uses every tool in her arsenal - particularly her massive breasts - to comfort others. When comforting her Messiah candidate, her sadistic tendencies emerge. Whenever Sariel sneezes, she inadvertently releases her destructive power and can level several buildings.
- Sandalphon (サンダルフォン, Sandarufon) /Diligence (勤勉, Kinben)
- Voiced by: Shiori Izawa (Japanese); Rachael Messer (English)
- A hard-working inventor and Metatron's sister. Sandalphon chooses a student as her candidate and tries to help him study for a test using her inventions. She is also friends with Belphegor, the Demon Lord that embodies the Sin opposite to Sandalphon's Virtue.
- Metatron (メタトロン, Metatoron) /Charity (慈愛, Jiai)
- Voiced by: Ari Ozawa (Japanese); Brittney Karbowski (English)
- A clumsy nurse and Sandalphon's sister. Metatron chooses a young man in the hospital as her candidate and tries to nurse him back to health. Though timid on the surface, she is more than willing to use her body to service others, but turns into a sexual sadist whenever she touches a needle.
- Raphael (ラファエル, Rafaeru) /Temperance (節制, Sessei)
- Voiced by: Lynn (Japanese); Courtney Lamelo (English)
- A fan of the gyaru culture and sugary foods. Raphael befriends a pastry student and helps him sell his goods in the street. Coming to the conclusion that being the Messiah will prevent the human from achieving his dream of becoming a master pastry chef, Raphael erases the young man's memories of her.
- Gabriel (ガブリエル, Gaburieru) /Chastity (貞節, Teisetsu)
- Voiced by: Hiyori Nitta (Japanese); Maggie Flecknoe (English)
- Head of the Angelic Morals Committee. Gabriel zealously tries to get rid of all immorality, going so far as to yell at random couples in the street. She moves in with her candidate in order keep him from doing anything she deems immoral.
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Main article: List of Seven Mortal Sins episodes
An anime television series adaptation was announced in August 2016. The anime was directed by Kinji Yoshimoto at studio Artland and TNK, with scripts written by Masashi Suzuki. Masaru Yokoyama and Hiroaki Tsutsumi produced the series' music. The opening theme "My Sweet Maiden" and ending theme "Welcome to our diabolic paradise" were both sung by Mia REGINA. The anime premiered on April 14, 2017 on AT-X with further broadcasts on Tokyo MX & BS11. The series ended on July 29, 2017. The series ran for 12 episodes.Crunchyroll streamed the series.Funimation has licensed the series in North America. Universal Pictures originally announced that they would release the series in the UK, but it was later announced that MVM Entertainment will be distributing the series.
An anime television series adaptation of Hobby Japan's media franchise The Seven Heavenly Virtues that aired from January 26 to March 30, 2018, on AT-X. The series is a spin-off focusing on the titular Heavenly Virtues descending on Earth from the Heavens to search for a suitable candidate to be the new Messiah. It is directed by Shinji Ishihira at Bridge. The opening theme is "Psychomachia" by Yousei Teikoku. The series ran for 10 episodes and has 2 OVAs.Sentai Filmworks have licensed the series and streamed it on "select digital outlets".
Seven Mortal Sins X-TASY is an official mobile game of the popular anime series Seven Deadly Sins. Players can enjoy the plot from the anime, breed their characters and embark on an adventure. Japanese server released on June 2nd, 2021.
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Girl lucifer anime
Lucifer as she appears in the anime
|Nicknames||Lord of Pride|
|Eye Colour||Light Red|
|Affiliations||Seven Deadly Sins|
Seven Heavenly Virtures (Former Leader)
|Voice Actor||Eri Kitamura (Japanese)|
Nicole Endicott (English)
Lucifer is the main protagonist of Sins: The Seven Deadly Sins and a former Archangel that has been cast out of Heaven for her rebellion against God.
Lucifer is a young looking woman with long blonde hair tied in a ponytail that flows down past her lower back, light red eyes, and two large horns protruding from the sides of her head. She wears a white corset with a black lace interior, a metal tiara on her head, an skull ornate metal brooch at the base of her throat, white puffed sleeves with blue stripes joined at the neck with white ornate metal cuffs on her arms, a white strapped glove on her right arm, and a black gauntlet on her left arm. She also wears a white fur, six-pointed blue skirt, with an x-strapped belt with two angel wings on the front, and wears ornate metal thigh-high, high-heeled boots.
Personality & Biography
Lucifer is extremely prideful about her own qualities and skills such as her appearance and being able to take on the mortal sins and thinks of herself as being higher than those around her, due to believing her actions regardless if they are wrong, are the right ones and that she has no flaws.
Power & Equipment
Spear/Staff Hybrid: Her weapon is a long spear that acts as a staff too that is taller than her, with a pointed tip on one end, and an ornate skull-headed dragon with pointed horns on the other end.
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