|Other Names|| Irregular |
Adam, along with his twin Eve, ended up in the womb of the Clockworker's Doll, Adam being shackled in red and blue chains. While residing in the box-like space throughout the EC 990s, the Master of the Court sung the Clockwork Lullaby to the child. In EC 999, Adam and Eve were born in the Millennium Tree Forest and burst out of the doll's womb area; shortly after, they were destroyed by Punishment along with the rest of the forest.
Ending up in the Grave Yard, Adam wandered its vast wasteland until he came upon a hill and encountered Hänsel and Allen Avadonia. After Hänsel greeted him, Adam remained silent before noticing the boy holding up the Clockworker's Doll and he repeatedly called out for his mother as he reached for it.
As Hänsel fled up the hill, Adam slowly chased after him and Allen. Once the three boys reached the top, they encountered Nemesis Sudou with a fourth boy, who looked like the Punishment weapon. Nemesis then activated the boy, enveloping Adam in the blast along with everyone else.
The End of CapriccioEdit
At some point, Adam fused with the soul of Adam Moonlit, thus gaining a will. Returning to Elphegort, he used his power to rebuild Evil's Theater as his mother's new body, making it float. He then took up residence in the theater with Eve, Gammon Octo, Gallerian Marlon, and Michelle Marlon.
When Riliane Lucifen d'Autriche and several other sin contractors came to the theater to confront the "Sleep Princess", Michelle went to join Adam and Eve in the interior room of the theater and the three played while the confrontation played out. As Ma resurfaced from within Riliane and absorbed all the contractors, including Michelle, Eve and Adam ran to tell Gammon while he fought with the intruding Allen and Nemesis.
While Ma attacked the group, Adam heard his mother's voice from the ceiling; following her command, he prematurely initiated a Re_birthday on the theater despite Gammon's warnings. Soon after, he and Eve collapsed, being caught in the reformatting as part of their invocation of the Court ending.
Personality and TraitsEdit
Due to dying almost immediately after his birth, Adam lacked a well developed consciousness, acting sluggishly and struggling to say more than a few words at a time. Despite this, he was a devoted child to his "mother"; this manifested in his persistence in acquiring the vessel of Sloth.
After fusing with the spirit of Adam Moonlit, Adam gained a more pronounced will, as well as some of the original Adam's memories and personality; as part of this, he was a devoted child to Master of the Court. However, his childishness still remained part of his behavior, such as whimsically making Evil's Theater float.
Skills and AbilitiesEdit
As an irregular, Adam possessed the ability to perform the Re_birthday function with Eve, capable of remaking the world. Due to his component, Adam Moonlit, previously having been a "gear" in the clocktower, Adam was able to rebuild Evil's Theater from scratch and make it float. He could also hear his mother Irina's voice via telepathy.
Master of the Court: The vessel that held Irregular. Irregular viewed the Master of the Court as his mother, and was as a result loyal to her even before gaining a true will of his own.
Adam Moonlit: A soul that fused with Adam. Adam retained some of his personality and memories, including his devotion to the Master of the Court.
Conceptualization and OriginEdit
- Adam is inspired by Adam from Judeo-Christian mythology; like his biblical counterpart, Adam shares a relationship with his Eve counterpart.
- The term "irregular" means to not act according to established rules, laws, or customs; it also means to lack continuity or regularity in actions and also to not belong as part of a regular group or organization but rather be raised for a special purpose.
- In the song Master of the Court, Irregular's name is spelled in Japanese kanji as 毒, meaning "poison", "evil influence", or "malice".
- In Re_birthday, a character similar to Adam is portrayed by Kagamine Len; both are also chained in blue and red shackles, albeit portrayed wearing different attire.