Cicero is a main antagonist in The Demon's Light. As the demigod son of Xeren, he leads the Nuyö-Dyavol Coalition, hoping to claim Euclid as his own with the assistance of his father's reincarnation.


Cicero wears a suit of dark, glossy bluish armor with an asymmetrical pattern of short spikes along the shoulders. His helmet features a similar pattern of horns, with a visor that features two eye holes and a slight beak-like nose, as well as a jaw piece with a fabric covering for the mouth that can be pulled down. From the top of the head down to the visor is a red stripe. Cicero’s body armor is modeled after sinewy human muscle, though notably more angular, with red swirls on either side of the chest and similar stripes down the outside of each leg. Not an inch of Cicero’s body is uncovered, with red tips to his metallic boots alongside a spur on the back of each.

Cicero's skin is a light brown, with long white-blonde hair flowing down his shoulders. His oft-alert eyes are magenta, with a faint glow to them. His body is rather muscular and lean, and he is able to sprout a pair of black feathered wings from his back.


Despite Cicero's high rank and immense power, one could describe him as just another soldier. He cares for his men and the morality of his actions, as well as claiming time and time again that he is nothing more than a subordinate to Xeren, simply waiting for his return. Cicero is an honorable fighter as well, refraining from deception or stealth.


Cicero was born during the war for control of Eden. After his father was killed by the Powers, he began plotting their downfall. Cicero created a portal between Euclid and Eden, entering it along with many demons still loyal to the deceased Xeren. The group was determined to acquire Xeren's soul, which would give Cicero godlike power.

The Covenant of the One God, a defunct religion based in Nuyö which worshiped Xeren alone and saw the other Powers as corrupt, was reinvigorated by the arrival of Cicero. He was declared their messiah, living proof of Xeren's miracles. Cicero merged the Covenant with the demon army that had followed him to Euclid. They became the progenitors of the eventual Nuyö-Dyavol Coalition.

Due to the great destruction wrought by demons, Gabriel Alchemilia opened his own portal to Eden. This allowed the arrival of the angels, who promptly ignored humanity's suffering to focus on combating the threat posed by Cicero's forces.

During the Second Great War, Cicero established the Nuyö-Dyavol Coalition. The Coalition connected him to numerous Nuyövian governments, gangs, and weapon manufacturers, including the Svatovid, Vilebluysk and Mesto. Cicero's army also came to include the Prividen, a recruitment and training division carried over from Eden.

300 years after their arrival, Cicero and his army were no closer to attaining Xeren's soul.


  • Spacial Manipulation - Cicero can use a form of telekinesis to create anomalies in space, such as altering gravity or creating vortexes that pull nearby objects inward. He cannot move objects freely.
  • Flight - Cicero utilizes a pair of natural wings to fly unassisted.
  • Energy Manipulation - Utilizing magic learned on Eden, Cicero is able to project various forms of energy in combat at the expense of his own vitality.
  • Swordplay Skill - Cicero is talented in wielding a long-sword alongside a buckler shield, his main weaponry in battle.
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