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Chapter 00: The Journey BeginsEdit
In Heaven, Lucifel tells Enoch that is it time to return to Earth. Enoch, who was writing on a book, lay down his quill, closes the book and faces Lucifel:
"No problem. Everything's fine."
Lucifel also warn Enoch that it has been many years since he came to Earth and a lot of things might have changed. Lucifel then snaps his left fingers, disintegrating Enoch's scribe robes, leaving only his jeans, then replacing them with the White Armor.
Chapter 01: At World's EndEdit
Satisfied with Enoch's mastery of the Arch, Lucifel teleports him on a giant hand held by a giant pillar originating from the sky. Lucifel notices that the Archangels are nearby.
While Enoch prepares the seals for the Fallen Angels, Lucifel makes description of each of them.
But when Enoch finishes preparing the seals, some Noktos intercepts them. Enoch battles with them until he reaches his destination: Earth.
After some progress, Enoch finds Lucifel ahead of him, talking to someone on a cellphone. It is God.
Later, Enoch meets Azazel, warning him not to pursue the Fallen Angels. Despite this, Enoch continues and start wandering on Earth, looking for the Fallen Angels.
After this confrontation, the Freemen recognizes Enoch as the Heavenly Messenger and start providing him with information.
Then the servants of the Fallen Angels, the Martyrs, confronts Enoch. He takes this opportunity to obtain a new Arch from them. He then finally locates the Tower.
Chapter 02: The TowerEdit
The Watchers greet Enoch into their Tower, stating that Enoch will understand better than anyone why their cause is just.Raphael urges him to follow it. Lucifel states that "You can clear this in 7 hours, if you're good enough..." then watches the player and snaps his left fingers.
Once in the Tower, Michael comments a huge stained glass picture depicting the Archangels.
Chapter 03: The Mercy of EzekielEdit
In Ezekiel's realm, Nanna notices his presence and catch up with him. She then guides him through a difficult passage.
Once they are out of danger, Nanna narrates the tale of Ishtar, but also questions his silence.
Nanna's story is cut short as they are brutally separated by one of Ezekiel's pigs. Enoch try to rejoin her, but only to find Lucifel waiting for him with an umbrella.
Lucifel remarks that Enoch is soaked since it is raining, but answers to the latter's puzzled look by describing the umbrella. Lucifel quotes that umbrellas are one of the most smart inventions created by men. His explanation is cut short by Foola & Woola which also caused him to lose grip on his contraption. Enoch has to put down both giant pigs.
Chapter 04: Sariel's DeceptionEdit
In Sariel's realm, Enoch discovers that it is a refuge for all the Nephilim that he spawned. Sariel's Beloved try to hampers Enoch's progress.
However, Sariel is enraged by the havoc caused by the Heavenly Messenger and challenges him personally. Enoch bests him, and admits having underestimated Enoch, but Sariel turns into a giant bat and resumes fighting.
Enoch is then able to defeat Nether Sariel. His people (both women and men) cry in despair. Sariel laments that his love was not enough to protect his people. His Beloved gathers around him, both he and they wish not to be separated, but the Beloved say farewell to Sariel while he is being sealed and his Nephilim children disappear one by one into nothingness.
Chapter 05: The Tragedy of BaraqelEdit
Sin, the leader of the Freemen, asks Enoch to help deal with the Nephilim who have begun devouring each other. This produces a Fire Nephilim, a dangerous being that will attack both the Freemen and the Grigori themselves.
Lucifel suggests Enoch travel up Baraqel's tower to better confront the rampaging Fire Nephilim. Lucifel reports to God that he can't sense Baraqel anywhere and wonders if he is even in the tower. One Enoch reaches the top, he fights the Fire Nephilim one on one.
After Enoch defeats the Fire Nephilim, it suddenly transforms into the Baraqel Nephilim. In its new form, the Nephilim attempts to devour Enoch. However, Methuselah rescues Enoch and summons the divine weapon Ceta to annihilate the Nephilim.
Chapter 06: Azazel's ZealEdit
Azazel has Enoch taken to his floor, which is a futuristic world full of machines, motorbikes and technology. Lucifel offers Enoch a motorbike and Enoch makes his way through the floor by driving along the road. Azazel's minions hunt down Enoch as part of a trap to defeat him, but Enoch survives.
Chapter 07: The Cry of ArmarosEdit
Enoch travels through Armaros' floor. He encounters numerous faithful followers of Armaros, as well as Armaros' peaceful Water Nephilim. When Enoch finally reaches Armaros, the latter begins to dance while Enoch faces off a few more minor enemies.
Armaros then changes into his dark armor and fights Enoch. Their fight is interrupted by Belial, who kidnaps Nanna and drags her into The Darkness to lure Enoch in. Enoch hastily follows despite Lucifel's warnings.
Touched by Enoch's selflessness, Armaros mourns the loss of his "friend". Lucifel decides to enlist Armaros' help in retreiving Enoch.
Chapter 08: Belial's TemptationEdit
Armaros is blessed by the Archangels and asked to retrieve Enoch at all costs. Armaros travels into The Darkness and locates Nanna. However, Ishtar's soul enters Nanna's body. Lucifel offers to keep an eye on Nanna while Armaros resumes his search for Enoch.
Armaros finds Enoch completely succumbed to the vileness. Once Enoch is defeated, an enraged Belial launches a massive wave of vileness at the pair. Lucifel rescues Enoch and leaves Armaros to suffer alone.
Chapter 09: Enoch's IndecisionEdit
Enoch's corrupted soul travels to Heaven to go through trials and prove to the Elders that he will still follow God's will. On Earth, Nanna, Neph and Lucifel wait for his return while his body is encased in ice.
Due to Enoch's absence, the Grigori manage to regain their strength and slaughter most of the Freemen, including the leader, Sin. Upon his death, Sin's soul travels to Heaven and speaks to Enoch briefly. When Nanna discovers Ishtar's skull among the bodies of the Freemen, she suddenly transforms into Ishtar herself.
Ishtar begins leading the remaining Freemen against the Grigori. After ten years, Enoch finally returns to Earth.
Chapter 10: The Grave of ArakielEdit
Enoch travels through Arakiel's floor in hopes of reaching Ishtar, who is currently battling Ezekiel. Halfway through the floor, Enoch discovers a shrine dedicated to Arakiel, meaning Arakiel is already dead. Soon after, Enoch faces off against Ezekiel's third giant boar, Boola, while Ishtar is defeated by Ezekiel herself.
Enoch defeats Ezekiel and binds her soul. Meanwhile, Ishtar bids Neph farewell since Neph is a child of Ezekiel and her defeat means Neph must disappear.
Chapter 11: Semyaza's DreamEdit
As Enoch continues to ascend through The Tower, Azazel comments that the pain caused by the Fall is beyond Enoch's imagination. He adds that several of the Grigori did not survive it. Elsewhere, Ishtar struggles to follow Enoch due to the vileness. One of the Archangels in swan form guides her towards Enoch, compelling Ishtar to follow despite falling down once.
After the battle, Enoch rushes to Ishtar and purifies her of the vileness. The two then proceed to Semyaza's floor and discover his life-support system. When the device unlocks, Lucifel reports to God that there is no trace of Semyaza's essence, which means Semyaza was dead all along.
Lucifel disappears with Ishtar and leaves Enoch to shut down The Tower and free the humans from the false evolution.
- All seven Grigori have their names featured in at least one chapter title.