Several years before EC 0, Apocalypse was founded by Pale Noël in the Magic Kingdom Levianta, recruiting Yegor Asayev and Raisa Netsuma into the group. Based in Merrigod Plateau, the organization committed numerous crimes and acts of murder to push their agenda. Around BT 002, Meta Salmhofer joined and became the fourth-ranked member. Led by Pale, the organization began causing mayhem across Levianta.
Around BT 001, Meta was captured during a riot while Raisa was killed. She was then sentenced to execution before joining Project 'Ma' and receiving a pardon. After she fled in EC 0 and left both the organization and the Magic Kingdom behind, Apocalypse continued to remain active. In the succeeding years, the group succeeded in murdering the fourth candidate for the Project. The organization was eventually disbanded sometime after.
Pale's burial site at Merrigod Plateau after his death was later dubbed "Apocalypse Cliff" for the organization he founded. Apocalypse itself remained infamous in history, recognized for the terror it brought the Magic Kingdom Levianta. Around 500 years later, a descendant of Yegor, Mikhail Asayev, founded a political organization in opposition to the later established Levin Church along with cult followers of Meta.
Naming it "Neo Apocalypse", the organization committed numerous terrorist attacks throughout Divine Levianta before being disbanded. Nearly a century since Neo Apocalypse was put down, Julia Abelard founded her own criminal organization, dubbing it "Père Noël" in reference to Pale. The organization's second member, Mayrana Blossom, chose the codename "Fourth Shadow" in reverence to Meta.
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Conceptualization and OriginEdit
- The term "apocalypse" is derived from Greek, meaning "uncovering" or "revealing" and is used in contemporary times to refer to a great change or destruction, often the end of the world.
- The "Four Horsemen" members are based on the Four Horsemen depicted in the biblical Book of Revelation, acting as signs of conquest, war, famine, and death to foretell the second coming of Christ.