(Cackling) Luluone, Demonic Doll


The jumbled ranks of the dolls advanced amidst gales of laughter. The scene was altogether whimsical and demented as they smashed, sliced, and tore all in their path. At the head of the force, Luluone grinned madly and declared, "Turnabout is fair play!" The crazed cackling and endless wails composed a twisted overture for their march. The animated toys became painted in the blood they shed, resembling more and more a horde of tiny demons.


See Luluone, Demonic Doll.

Name originEdit

Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol ("The Theater of the Big Puppet") – known as the Grand Guignol – was a theatre in the Pigalle area of Paris. From its opening in 1897 until its closing in 1962, it specialized in naturalistic horror shows. Its name is often used as a general term for graphic, amoral horror entertainment, a genre popular from Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre to today's splatter films.

Guignol (from French literally "fool, clown, punch", now "puppet, doll") is the main character in a French puppet show which has come to bear his name. Although often thought of as children's entertainment, Guignol's sharp wit and linguistic verve have always been appreciated by adults as well. Although nominally a silkweaver, Guignol's profession changes, as does his marital status; he can be in turn valet, peddler, carpenter, shoemaker, or unemployed; at times he is Madelon's husband, at times her smitten suitor according to requirements of the scenario. What remain constant are his poverty, but more importantly his good humor and his sense of justice. The use in French of "guignol" as an insult meaning "buffoon" is a curious malapropism, as Guignol is clever, courageous and generous; his inevitable victory is always the triumph of good over evil.

Additional InfoEdit

Deals up to 11x the front line damage to the Hidden Boss during Gilt Blades Raid Event at Skill Lvl 10.

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