The Grave Yard was the graveyard for the technology from the Second Period. Located deep within the earth of the Third Period below Levianta, the Grave Yard became a forgotten resting place for the super technology.
At some point after the destruction of the First Period, the deceased humans were buried deep in the earth. During the creation of the Third Period, the Grave Yard was created in the north of Evillious and housed much of the Second Period technology from the ship the Climb One, with Behemo Barisol assigned as its caretaker. It was accessible only via two labs, Lunaca Labora and a lab in what was later known as Castle Hedgehog. After the Third Period was completed in BT 528, Sickle dumped much of the rest of the Second Period technology there after becoming the world's "sun god".
Later on, the Magic Kingdom Levianta began excavating the buried relics until its destruction in EC 013, leaving the remaining technology forgotten. Following the end of the Third Period and its subsequent merging with the Hellish Yard in EC 999, Nemesis Sudou and Adam ended up in the Grave Yard and wandered the landscape. Soon after, Allen Avadonia and Hänsel were transported to the Grave Yard in pursuit of Nemesis. Following their encounter, Nemesis activated the "boy" of destruction at the apple tree in the land, believing it to be the weapon Punishment, and the entire Grave Yard was enveloped in the blast.
The vast land across the Grave Yard. Remnants of the advanced machinery from the Second Period were scattered across the land. The wastelands were also shrouded in constant darkness due to the bedrock ceiling overhead; the bedrock itself emitted a faint glow, lighting up the entire area. The technology included the numerous remains of black boxes, gears, and a clock tower.
A clock tower located in the Grave Yard's wastelands. It was made of the same black material as the black boxes in the area and leaned a little to one side. The clock towers hands remained inoperative.
An apple tree located on a hill in the Grave Yard's wastelands. It bore blood red-colored fruit.
Conceptualization and OriginEdit
- The Grave Yard is connected to the event of Death in Hieronymus Bosch's The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things.
- According to Banica Conchita, the Grave Yard was critical for bringing about the Master of the Graveyard for her ambitions.