♪ Twiright Prank ♫
Last for tonight
Technical Information
Original Name: トワイライトプランク (Towairaito Puranku)
English Name: Day and Night
Singer(s): Kagamine Rin / Len
Release Date: August 3, 2010 (NND Release)
Collaborators: Ichika (illustrations)
Series: Story of Evil
Year: EC 491
Placed at: Lucifenia
"I’ll be the day. I’ll be the night. Together we make a beautiful orange sky"

Twiright Prank is a song released by Akuno-P on August 3, 2010. It is the fifth song in Story of Evil and acts as a prequel to the other songs in the series.


In LucifeniaRiliane and Alexiel are alone by a beach in the twilight. Alexiel trips and Riliane comforts him when he starts to cry. Riliane and Alexiel both note they need to get home because it's dark out and a mysterious, hungry demon is threatening them. In the song, the twins note that they buried a chest they found in the beach, but it's too dark to find it. The two decide to "split" day and night between each other, Riliane being "day" and Alexiel being "night," creating a "beautiful orange sky" when they hold hands. As the demon continues to pursue them, Riliane refuses to share her snack, but Alexiel feels pity and gives his to the demon. In return, the demon tells Alexiel a secret about the ocean. Alexiel promises to later share this secret with Riliane.


Singing RolesEdit

Rin Kagamine as Riliane Lucifen d'Autriche

Len Kagamine as Alexiel Lucifen d'Autriche

Non-Singing RolesEdit

MEIKO as Demon of Gluttony

Related SongsEdit

Daughter of Evil (EC 500)Edit

The Daughter of Evil concerns the later life of Rilliane after her posession and separation from Allen, when she no longer remembers being his twin. She becomes a tyrannical princess who causes misery in Lucifenia and other countries to fulfill her own desires. As a result, Alexiel/Allen sacrifices himself for her.

Servant of Evil: (EC 500)Edit

The Servant of Evil concerns the later life of Alexiel after his separation from Rilliane and adoption by Leonhart, renamed Allen. He becomes Rilliane's loyal servant who makes many sacrifices in order to protect his sister and keep her happy. Ultimately, he sacrifices himself in her place.


Conceptualization and OriginEdit

  • The word twiright is an Engrish derivative of the word twilight; on his blog, mothy states he intentionally changed the spelling to create a pormanteau of the words "twist" and "right" as a pun on the word "twilight".
  • The song is performed by Rin and Len, with Alexiel giving the sweet to the demon while Riliane did not, reinforcing the wordplay.
  • The "prank" performed in the song refers to the mischievious trick played on the twins by Abyss I.R.,  who purposefully set them up to be attacked by the demon. 
  • The song's English title, "Day and Night", refers to the twins' decision to split day and night between them.


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