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Anne Lucifen d'Autriche
Japanese Name アンネ=ルシフェン=ドートゥリシュ (Anne Rushifen Dooturishu)
Also Known as: Anne Sui (birth name)

Sweet Ann

Gender Female
Classification Human
Birth Date EC 457
Age 42 (Wiegenlied of Green)
Occupation/Job Queen of Lucifenia
Personal Item(s) Violin
Affiliation(s): Lucifenia

Arth Lucifen d'Autriche (husband)
Riliane Lucifen d'Autriche (daughter)
Allen Avadonia (son)
Ney Futapie (step-daughter)

"I want to make a country where kids laugh all day long."

Anne Lucifen d'Autriche, born Anne Swee and better known as Queen Anne, is a monarch of the Kingdom of Lucifenia who succeeded her husband, King Arth, after his death.


Early Life[]

Anne was born in the Kingdom of Lucifenia in the year EC 457 and raised as a noble of the House of Swee. She had been good friends with another noble, Prim Rogzé. When they were young, Anne and Prim had met and fell in love with the prince of Lucifenia, Arth Lucifen d'Autriche. Ultimately, Arth chose Anne to be his queen and the two married with Prim's blessing. After Arth's wineglass was nearly poisoned and Prim was believed to be one of the suspects, Anne's childhood friendship began falling apart.

Around EC 480, the 23 year-old Anne and her husband met Elluka Clockworker. The royal couple became friends with the sorceress, signing the "Sanosun Bridge Oath" and recruiting Elluka as their court mage and King Arth's subordinate.[1] Around this time, Anne's marriage was not doing well and Prim visited them after becoming the Queen of Marlon. In EC 485, Anne gave birth to twins: Riliane and Alexiel. About EC 491 her husband died due to an illness known as the Gula Disease and Anne assumed the throne until Alexiel was old enough to be crowned king.

Queen Anne's Reign[]

Prime Minister Presi Rogzé contested Alexiel's right to the throne, claiming Riliane should be the rightful heir instead. During the political strife, Anne asked Elluka for advice over the issue and sent Mariam Futapie to investigate. After Presi's treasonous intentions were revealed and the minister was killed, the Queen entrusted Leonhart Avadonia with her son to protect him from future assassination attempts. Publically claiming her child was dead, Anne raised her daughter Riliane on her own.[2]

Some time later, Anne and Prim made a promise that when Riliane turned fifteen, she would marry Prim's son, Kyle.[3] During her reign, she focused on improving and expanding national power, securing the territories acquired during her husband's military campaigns. She was beloved during her reign. Anne fell ill and succumbed to the Gula Disease in EC 499.


Queen Anne was remembered as a wonderful monarch who ruled the Kingdom of Lucifenia benovelently. Her daughter, Riliane, assumed the throne in her mother's place and refused to be called "Queen" until she came of age, out of respect for her mother.[4] During Riliane's tyrannical rule, the massive kingdom Anne and Arth made began to decline, with starvation and crime becoming rampant. The Lucifenian Revolution in EC 500 overthrew the Lucifenian Royal Family's regime and led to a Marlon occupation by Prim's son, King Kyle.[5]

Character Traits[]


Anne is a gentle and noble woman. After her husband's death, she forced herself to become strong and never show weakness in front of others in order to maintain and control her kingdom. She showed determination to secure the terrirtories Lucifenia already acquired and improve the nation for the benefit of the people. As a result, she was respected and admired by many, including her daughter, Riliane, who seeked to mimic her mother's resolute exterior and strong rule. 


Queen Anne was an effective ruler over Lucifenia and managed the nation effectively during her tenure as monarch. Unlike her husband, she recognized the need for expanding Lucifenia's national power in order to maintain control over the country's acquired territories rather than continue expanding their borders. She also sensibly knew when to seek the guidance of others, such as Elluka, in times of need.


Anne had pale skin, blue eyes, and long, wavy, blond hair styled with a bun in the back. She is well endowed with Riliane, teasing that the guards loved her mother's large breasts.[6] Her attire consisted of a long yellow and white dress with grey-lining. The dress also had a white collar along her collarbone and shoulder-blades. She wore earings and two golden necklaces, one of which contained a small gem.

Connections with Other Characters[]

Arth Lucifen d'Autriche: Anne's husband and king of Lucifenia.

Prim Marlon: Anne's friend during her younger years.

Riliane Lucifen d'Autriche: Anne's daughter.

Allen Avadonia: Anne's son, born as Alexiel.

Leonhart Avadonia: Anne had a close friendship with Leonhart before her death.


Conceptualization and Origin[]

  • Her original surname, Sui, is likely a derivative of "Sweet" from Sweet Ann.
  • The meaning of the name Anne is derived from the French and Hebrew term for "favor" or "grace".


  • A rumor spread that Anne and Prime Minister Genesia were "doing something immoral".
  • Although Anne is never depicted alive in "The Daughter of Evil"novels, she is given an official design and profile within "Entreacte of Evil, The Daughter of Evil Worldguide".



  1. The Daughter of Evil, Wiegenlied of Green - Chapter 1, Section 1
  2. Twiright Prank story
  3. The Daughter of Evil, Clôture of Yellow - Chapter 2, Section 1
  4. The Daughter of Evil, Clôture of Yellow - Chapter 1, Section 1
  5. The Daughter of Evil, Clôture of Yellow - Chapter 4
  6. The Daughter of Evil, Clôture of Yellow - Chapter 1, Section 2