He and his assistant are in the Bureau of Admin.
He's the one who oversees the universal causality.
Chapter 1 Edit
In Sixteen (19), he scratches his butt. Edel's actions will affect the Patron society. 7 years ago, he tells it will be a big wake-up call for them. But Church of Madonna are already losing so many Patrons if such tragic event happens at this timing. So that's exactly why the church body need this big event to set them straight. Their appogance is killing him and they think church body need them for their money, but they're so wrong. The church body don't need their penny money. They will be shocked to death if they learn of the real purpose behind the Patronage system. Anyway, once the event happens, pretend to cover things up, but then leak everything to them under the radar. He is sure everyone will be quick to understand church body's warnings. Once it's done, church body will have their hands and feet tied. A baby who was supposed to be sent to the incinerator at birth for being born out of forbidden love between a priest and a Deva, but instead he grows into a priest and falls in love with a Deva. Also as a result of this event, his father will return to the Black Chapter. He will make his come back, but his heart will secretly hold a seed of conflict and division, which will found a new story to take place later. The son closes a chapter, and father opens a new chapter. It is their destiny.
Chapter 2 Edit
20 years ago (At the time point of Sixteen, 14 years ago), he was smaller than the present.
Appearances in Other Media Edit
In Denma with NAVER WEBTOON, Ran appears in the video.
- Ran's name motif is said to be based on Ran, who is the protagonist of webtoon Ran's Formula, which is Youngsoon Yang's one of former works. Ran causes events by using the causality, like Ran of Denma.
- Ran's face is similar to the author Youngsoon Yang's face. In the fan meeting, on September 17, 2017, Time to meet god Yang, brother Yang, Mr. Yang was opened. From there the author admitted that it's right.
- Fan arts