|The Sun's Curse|
|Rōmaji||Taiyō no Jubaku|
|Release Date||March 17, 2015|
|Latest Version||1 (03/17/2015)|
|Deep-Sea Prisoner Page||funamusea|
The flash story has 9 storybook scenes and 2 movie-like scenes.
It is currently unknown if The Sun's Curse will be a series or one-shot.
The Sun's Curse is presented in a storybook format, in nineteen pages. It is about the beginning of the Land of Sun, and Ivlis' life prior to being banished from the Land of Sun by Siralos.
This is a tale long past, from a mind-numbingly long time ago.
It is a story of the sun, and the land thereof.
Once, there was a man known as the Sun God, Siralos.
Into the lonesome world, he created an unfathomable number of beautiful lights called suns, and admired his creation.
One day, he was struck with a sudden idea.
He decided he would create servants for himself.
From his own light, he brought into being an angel of light.
From his own flame, he brought into being a demon of flame.
The angel of light's name was Igls Unth.
The demon of flame's name was Ivlis.
The two were yet so young that they knew nothing of the world.
Siralos took them all around the world.
He told them this world was the Land of Sun.
And that here, the sun was a necessity for all creatures who lived.
The two of them listened closely to Siralos's words, and vowed their loyalty to him.
The two of them grew up rapidly in this warm world.
These were very happy days for them.
They prayed that such happy days could last for eternity.
Before long, they gained companions of their own.
The Land of Sun came to be a very busy place.
Now grown, Igls and Ivlis had come to better understand the meaning of the things Siralos did.
Ivlis now harbored doubts about the world Siralos had made, and the things which he was doing.
Igls rebuked him for this.
Nothing which the great Lord Siralos was doing could be mistaken.
Unable to take it any longer, Ivlis decided to make an inquiry of Siralos.
In this world which you created, life cannot survive without the sun.
Yet that makes me feel so sorry for them.
Do they have no freedom?
How disappointing that you would say such a thing to me, Ivlis.
I suppose I shouldn't have created you after all.
To think that the words he imparted were one and the same with the sun's radiance.
Such a cutting and sorrowful thing it turned out to be.
Is having doubts a sin?
Is it praise, is it adoration that defines righteousness?
Then do those who have been cursed have no such thing as freedom?
And then, are we who live in this world the same?
Ivlis did not know.
What should I do?
He did not know.
It is that doubt that is your sin...
Why, Lord Siralos?
I no longer need you.
Fall deep into the darkness, and burn in disgraceful hellfire.
The supposedly "fictional language" Mogeko used in the flash story is actually written in code.
The decoding process can be seen here.
- In one of the scenes of the storybook-like section of the flash story, a silhouette that bears resemblance to Rieta can be seen in the background along with an unknown angel and demon.
- It can be assumed that both angels and demons in Siralos' world cohabited, similarly to those in the Gray Garden, at the least prior to Ivlis' fall.
- Igls' closed eyes could symbolize her blind trust in Siralos, which prevents her from doubting his actions, while Ivlis' open eyes may stand for his will to gain knowledge.
The Sun's Curse Characters
|Major||Igls Unth · Ivlis · Siralos|
|Deep-Sea Prisoner's Works|
|Games||Carnival Rhythm · Garden Gray The · General Hashasky's Great Adventure · Mogeko Castle · The End of the Wonderland · The Gray Garden · Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea|
|Manga||Obsolete Dream · Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea|
|Flash||Poison Bugs · The Sun's Curse|