The Lord of Shadow - Devilgram
|The Lord of Shadow|
|Intimacy:||Leviathan Lv. 7|
|Card:||The Lord of Shadow|
|Story 2:||Story Key x3|
|Story 3:||Story Key x5|
|Story 4:||Story Key x10|
"Fix your costume before the..."
Leviathan doesn't have appetite during breakfast, and lets Beelzebub eat his portion before excusing himself. He goes back to his room to fix the costumes for the TSL musical about to happen in the Henry and the Seven Lords Pop Quiz, as Simeon had asked him to. Mammon notices that something's wrong, and MC goes after Levi to check on him. He doesn't want to talk about it, but still wants MC's help with the costumes.
"Should I teach you to dance?"
In his room, Leviathan works on one of the costumes, but messes up. He finally shares with MC that he doubts his skills. He understands this character and feels capable of conveying his emotions, but dancing and singing concern him. Levi has trouble doing both at the same time. He still practices a lot because he wants the musical to be perfect, and is motivated after talking with MC, but needs someone to help him with practice.
"Levi could do it."
The part that Leviathan struggles the most with is the group number the Majestic Seven Lords, as it's the climax of the first act, so he'd be ashamed if he messed his part. The Lord of Shadow has a wide vocal range too, so Levi cannot get the full range covered despite doing his best in voice training. MC suggests mastering one first - either dancing or singing. No matter MC's suggestion, Levi practices the song and manages to hit the high note on the second try. He continues the practice and feels that he can move to dance practice.
"This will be fun."
In the living room, Leviathan shows up in his costume to get used to moving around in it. He starts practicing, but his dancing turns out horrible. Mammon drops by and Levi suspects that he came to make fun of him, but Mammon actually is there to help - it's his job as the dance leader. He warns Levi that he's going to be strict, and the practice turns out very intense indeed. After Mammon calls it a day, Levi tries to perform both the dance and the song. He succeeds, which gives him hope. There's still room for improvement, but Levi's motivated to practice and to polish his performance.