In EC 499, after Gumillia explained that she'd become skewed to extreme farsightedness since her incarnation as a human, Elluka Clockworker conjured the magic tool and placed the glasses on her as a test. Shortly after, Gumillia got dizzy from the change in her vision, prompting Elluka to remove the glasses. The mage then forbid her from ever wearing them in her presence and only when actually searching for the vessels of sin, putting on the glasses herself to illustrate her dislike for them.
After Elluka's disappearance in EC 502, Gumillia began wearing the glasses regularly during her time as a Beelzenian adviser. In EC 505, Gumillia's reason for wearing the glasses was questioned by Yukina Freezis and the mage briefly explained the rationale before leaving to continue her business. After Gumillia was reunited with her master, she stopped wearing the glasses once again.
A relatively simple magic tool, the eye glasses magically functioned similar to a normal pair of glasses, correcting extreme vision disparities by widening the user's vision and allowing them to see things clearly from close up. The effects lasted seemingly indefinitely for the wearer. However, due to the magical change in vision, the wearer could experience feelings of dizziness and disorientation when having them on for too long.
Conceptualization and OriginEdit
- Gumillia's glasses may be a reference to GUMI, Gumillia's representative Vocaloid, who is commonly depicted wearing glasses.
- Handbeat Clocktower (appears in PV)
- The Daughter of Evil: Praeludium of Red (first appearance)
- The Daughter of Evil: Praefacio of Blue
- Epic of Evil: The Daughter of Evil Fanbook
- Her Reason