Background[edit | edit source]
Verloren's defect[edit | edit source]
Verloren was created by the Chief of Heaven, who gave him the responsibility of assigning human souls to different destinations in the afterlife: Heaven, Hell and Purgatory. At the same time, Verloren was not supposed to let emotions interfere with his work, or he would develop a defect that would turn everyone and everything he came into contact with 'black like mud'.
Meeting Eve[edit | edit source]
Despite the Chief's efforts to keep them apart, Verloren and Eve met one day, grew closer after their first meeting and eventually fell in love.
History leading up to conflict[edit | edit source]
The Chief's decision[edit | edit source]
The Chief of Heaven decided to imprison and execute Verloren, despite his (the Chief's) advisors' objections.
Rescue attempt[edit | edit source]
Refusing to accept her father's decision, Eve tried to break Verloren out of prison. Verloren, who had already accepted his fate, resisted at first, but a while later, cooperated with her and escaped his prison.
The conflict[edit | edit source]
Heavenly Guards[edit | edit source]
However, Eve's rescue mission was derailed when some heavenly guards arrived and attempted to attack Verloren. Eve defended Verloren, to the dismay of the guards, who tried to convince her to leave; however, she refused and told them not to harm him.
Eve's injury[edit | edit source]
Inadvertently, an attack by one of the heavenly guards that was intended for Verloren missed and hit Eve instead. Injured, Eve began to collapse.
Accidental murder[edit | edit source]
Verloren caught hold of Eve, forgetting that he was forbidden to touch anyone because of his defect. Eve died almost instantly after falling into his arms.
Aftermath[edit | edit source]
Eve's burial[edit | edit source]
Verloren buried Eve in a field of the Flower of Eden, a type of flower Eve had found pretty.
The Chief's accusation and Verloren's descent[edit | edit source]
Enraged, the Chief of Heaven accused Verloren of killing Eve, a charge Verloren did not deny. Maddened with grief and rage, Verloren left heaven and descended to the human world, massacring humans in a desperate attempt to find Eve's soul. This prompted the Chief to create the Seven Ghosts, starting a long chain of events that ended with Verloren's revival about 1000 years later.