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This article is about a character in Umineko no Naku Koro ni.

Flauros (フラウロス Furaurosu) is the sixty-fourth-ranked Demon of Hell. Flauros only appears in Our Confession.

Profile

She has beast-like ears, an active personality, and a habit of saying "dazee".

She possesses terrifying powers and specializes in chewing up and burning up her summoner's enemies. Originally, she made a contract with a witch who was opposed to Beatrice, but now she cooperates with Beatrice out of respect.

(Translated from Entergram's Umineko page.)

Appearance

Flauros has orange hair tied into a pair of braids and has leopard ears and a tail. She wears a white top with a transparent skirt and white cuffs around her wrists.

Personality

Flauros acts very childish and shows delight in killing people.

Abilities

Flauros can transform into a giant leopard and devour any human with a single gulp. Her claws are also sharp enough to slice through skin. She can cause fires and explosions at will. When Flauros gets excited, she releases her pent-up energy as heat and can burn holes through walls.

Background

Flauros was created by Beatrice as a contrast to Gaap and Ronove, as they are adults while Flauros was made to look more like a child.

Relationships

  • Beatrice (creator, summoner, master, former enemy)

Story

Our Confession

Flauros is summoned by Beatrice and kills the victims of the first twilight in Kinzo's study. She changes into her leopard form and devours Kinzo in one gulp before changing back and killing Eva, Hideyoshi, Rudolf, Kyrie, and Rosa by tearing their intestines out. Afterwards, Flauros releases some of her pent-up energy and burns a hole in the study. The rest of the gameboard is arranged such that Flauros takes credit as the culprit.

Trivia

  • Flauros is based on Flauros, the Great Duke of Hell who gives true answers of all things past, present and future.
  • Flauros shares the same birthdate as her demon rank. She also has a constellation that is "Solomon's seat".[1] Solomon was a Biblical king whose name is associated with the Lesser Key of Solomon, which contains the Ars Goetia and ranks Flauros as 64.

References

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