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Lullaby (呪歌, ララバイ, Rarabai) is one of Zeref's evil creations and a Living Magic spell.[1] It served as the one of the antagonists of the Lullaby arc.

Appearance

Lullaby has two forms and thus, two appearances. It has its initial and default Flute Form and its Demon Form.

While in its flute form it is unable to speak, move or take action; and its size is nearly 50 centimeters in length. It has a skull with three eyes on one end, and an oval-like cutout in the skull's brow. On the other end, there are root-like cutouts.[2]

When the flute transforms into its demon form, it becomes an extremely tall beast that has three eyes, two legs, two arms and one head. There are many cutouts in its body.[3]

History

The flute was once just a tool for "murder by curse" at first, which means that it curses the target and causes it to die. After getting into dark Mage Zeref's hands, he further developed it into a Magical flute, called "mass-curse murder magic" that is capable of putting a death curse on everyone who hears its melody except for the Caster.[4]

Synopsis

Lullaby arc.

Erigor hoped to use this to kill the Guild Masters at their meeting. As Kageyama failed to carry out the mission due to regret for his actions, Lullaby transformed into its demon form to feast on souls. However, Natsu Dragneel, Gray Fullbuster and Erza Scarlet were able to easily defeat the demon flute. It currently is in the Council’s hands.[5]

Magic and Abilities

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Sound Magic: Lullaby has the ability, while in flute form, to be played. When it is played, it produces a song that, if heard, will cause everyone, except for the caster, to die.[6]

Appearances in Other Media

Video Games

Fairy Tail Portable Guild

Lullaby appears in Fairy Tail's first official video game, Fairy Tail Portable Guild. It is one of the most powerful bosses in the game. Like most of the game's large-sized creatures Lullaby's size is greatly reduced.[7]

Fairy Tail Gekitou! Madoushi Kessen

It is also split into three different forms to fight as a boss on three entirely different fields in the DS Game, Fairy Tail Gekitou! Madoushi Kessen.[8]

Major Battles

References

  1. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 21, Pages 2-4
  2. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 12, Page 17
  3. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 20, Page 20
  4. Fairy Tail Manga, Volume 2, Chapter 12, Page 21
  5. Fairy Tail Manga, Chapter 21, Pages 2-14
  6. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 12, Page 17-18
  7. Fairy Tail Portable Guild
  8. Fairy Tail Gekitou! Madoushi Kessen

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