(Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD!) The much anticipated Season 2 of The Devil Is a Part-Timer reveals the existence of the cute and cuddly Alas Ramus, the self-proclaimed daughter of the Hero Emi Yusa and Sadao Maou. The mysterious baby that fell from the sky is actually connected to the Demon Lord and the Hero.
Where Did She Come From?
Alas Ramus is actually from a crystal seed that Maou received from Lailah, Emilia’s mother before she left. Maou planted the crystal seed in a garden within the walls of his castle in Ente Isla. Unbeknownst to him, the crystal was in fact, a Yesod fragment.
A Yesod fragment is a piece of Sephirot or the Tree of Life that Laila stole from heaven and distributed the pieces throughout Ente Isla. When he defected into the human world, escaping from the forces of heaven, the crystal that grew into a tree remained in the castle.
How Did Alas Ramus End up on Earth?
At the beginning of Episode 1 Season 2 of the series, Lailah visits the now abandoned Demon Castle in Ente Isla. She locates the tree that Maou planted hundreds of years ago.
She then cast a glow of light from her ring upon the tree and it transformed into a white ball of light.
Meanwhile, Maou and the rest of the gang gathered outside the apartment Villa Rosa Sasakuza after eliminating a cockroach from Maou’s tatami room.
While burning incense for the deceased roach and talking about Maou’s ancestors, in an instant a black portal appeared above the apartment complex.
Descending from it was the ball of light that Lailah made from the tree. It fell to the ground in the form of a huge golden apple.
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Maou comments about the size of the apple saying it’s too big even by Ente Isla’s standards and Emi retorts by saying that anomalies happen when the Hero and the Demon King are together. To which, Maou countered by calling her a stalker along with hurling insults about her cup size.
An argument ensues that led Emi to un-sheath her Holy Sword to strike Maou. But as she swung to slice him in half the apple grew a pair of chubby arms and caught the blade.
It then transformed into a baby with long purplish hair clad in a yellow dress, reminiscent of the golden apple she was from.
Later that evening the gang deliberates on what to do with Alas Ramus. Emi tries to exit but Maou refuses to let her leave.
When Alas Ramus wakes, she greets them with a sleepy “good morning” and surprises Ashiya that she could speak Japanese. She replied with “a little bit.”
When Maou asked who she was, she introduced herself as Alas Ramus.
Maou then asks her where she lives and she answered “I don’t know.” He proceeds to inquire about her parents and she told them her father was Maou.
The response elicits panicked reactions from Chiyo and Ashiya, inquiring Maou if he had a secret child.
Maou denies the claim and asks Alas Ramus who her mother was. She replied by pointing to the Hero Emi and calling her mama.
The room erupts in chaos as both the Hero and the Demon King deny the claim causing Alas Ramus to wail that they were her parents.
Admitting defeat, Emi concedes and accepts her as her daughter stating that she may not be a regular baby. Maou then decides that Alas Ramus should stay in the villa with him.