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If anybody's been wondering how I came up with the names of my characters, well, here's where you'll find out.

If you want to know where my Pokémon's nicknames come from, I have a journal for that, too.

Belnades Clan

Annie Belnades: As far as I can recall, the first name comes from "Annie", the hit play/movie (I think there were a few other influences as well, but it's mostly the movie); the last name comes from Sypha Belnades, from the Castlevania series (and who is, in my fanon, actually Annie's ancestor).
Luther Belnades: The first name comes from Luther Heggs, protagonist of "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken". ("Atta boy, Luther!")
Sonja Belnades: The first name comes from Sonja, a character from the Advance Wars series whose most notable traits are her intelligence and ability to get more information on the battlefield than other CO's (specifically, Sonja's units have improved vision, especially when she uses her CO powers.)
Marcus Belnades: ...I have no clue... just that it probably wasn't Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword, as I think I came up with this character before seeing that game in Nintendo Power. To tell the truth, I think I was just looking up names, and decided that I liked the name "Marcus".
Flora Belnades: The first name refers to the refrain of her theme song, "Rhymes and Reasons" by the Irish Rovers (For the children and the flowers are my sisters and my brothers / Their laughter and their loveliness would clear a cloudy day...). Flora from Disney's Sleeping Beauty may also have been an inspiration.
Todd Belnades: The first name can be used as a synonym for "fox". I may also have been inspired by "The Fox & The Hound", but I got the name primarily from a dictionary of names.
Rudy Belnades: The first name was originally "Ruby", referring to the Belnades siblings' orange fur, until I realized that "Ruby" was a feminine name and thus switched it to the more masculine "Rudy". (I was also listening to "Rudie Can't Fail" by The Clash when I decided to make the switch.)
Cassandra Belnades: Despite all her flirtiness and cockiness, Cassandra knows a lot about her family history - a lot more than her siblings - and as the oldest sibling, she has to be the maternal figure for the others (seeing as they're orphans). This requires her to be wiser and more level-headed than she lets on. Having her share the same name as the Greek prophetess is meant to reflect that. (Sometimes I think that Sonja and Cassandra should have had their names swapped.) It's also possible that I named this character after a dog that my grandparents used to own.

Belnades' Lovers & Their Families

Lindsay Dawn: The first name is a tribute to Lindsay Hutchinson (a girl about my age who I was friends with when I was a small child, and suspect I may have had a bit of a crush on...) The surname is a corruption of "Bond" (as in "Bond. James Bond.")
Legault Dawn: The first name is taken from Legault, an ex-Black Fang thief/assassin from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword.
Lloyd Dawn: The first name is taken from Lloyd Reed, one of the antagonistic "Four Fangs" from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword.
Lyndis Caelin Dawn: The first name is taken from Lyndis, one of the three main characters ("Lords") from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword. The maiden name is... erm... one of that character's native countries (she's the princess of Caelin, but considers herself to be a Sacaean.)
Linus Dawn: The first name is taken from Linus Reed, Lloyd Reed's brother and another of the Four Fangs. Do I even need to state that the name is from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword at this point?
Ethel Fernandez Dawn: There's no particular reasoning behind the first name, I just like how it sounds. The maiden name comes from Carrie Fernandez, one of the protagonists of Castlevania 64/Legacy of Darkness. Interestingly, the Fernandez family is implied to be the same clan as the Belnades... Apparently, the surname is supposed to be Spanish-sounding, and "Fernandez" is a better romanization of the family's Japanese name (which is "Velmundes" or something along those lines).
Patrick Dawn: The first name is derived from one of my cousins.
Brendan Dawn: The first name is taken from Brendan Reed, father of Lloyd and Linus. He was the leader of the Black Fang until Nergal tricked him into marrying Sonia... then things went to hell. And, yes, Brendan Reed is a character from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword. (Coincidentally, I have a cousin named Brendan who is also the younger brother of the aforementioned Patrick, which is why Patrick Dawn wound up with the name that he did.)
Nino Vercetti Dawn: The first name is taken from Nino, the foster daughter of Brendan and Sonia Reed from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword... ^^; Sonia was an absolute bitch, so I did not want to name this character after her!!! (Also, too much potential for mix-ups with Sonja.) The maiden name is taken from Grand Theft Auto, as this character is (unwillingly) connected to the mob (I don't care to look up specifics about the GTA series, as I find it too debauched for my tastes.)
Reuben Synk: The first name... Uh... Let's see... I think that, like Marcus and Todd, I got it from my book of baby names. This character came well before I saw "Ocean's 13", so that was just an amusing coincidence. The surname was suggested by :iconpyrokinises: on DeviantART.
Lucy Round: Believe it or not, the first name is actually taken from Lucy van Pelt... you know, the crabby girl who always pulls the football away from Charlie Brown. The surname came later, as I heard of the show "I Love Lucy" and decided to play off of Lucille Ball. [Lucy Round's dad is named Rick as another reference to the show. Lucy also has an older brother named Linus (another reference to Peanuts), but we never see him because he's mentally retarded. As in "has to live in a mental institution" retarded. You thought Lenny from Of Mice and Men was bad? Hoo boy... (Which, again, is wildly different from Linus van Pelt's character, who's supposed to be remarkably bright but held back by insecurity.) In fact, Linus Round is so mentally challenged that Donald doesn't even consider him worth exterminating - and this is the guy who wants to completely wipe the Round clan out of existence!] As much as I like Bittersweet Candy Bowl, it has nothing to do with Lucy Round's name. I came up with this character long before I started reading that webcomic.
Sasha Round: The first name comes from Sasha, a character from the Advance Wars series. (I'm also thinking of having her be nicknamed "Rerun" just to complete the van Pelt name-borrowing.)
Rick Round: As previously mentioned, he's named for the character of Ricky from "I Love Lucy".
Madeline Round: Named for the French children's book character.
Phillip Schnieder: The first name is taken from the character of Phillip (or is it Philip?) from Rugrats. The surname is taken from Reinhardt Schneider, one of the main protagonists of Castlevania 64/Legacy of Darkness. (The names of Phillip's parents - Reinhardt and Rosa - are taken directly from that game, but the Reinhardt and Rosa characters I use aren't the same ones from the game. They are supposed to be descendants, though...)
Lillian Schnieder: The first name is taken from Lillian (or is it Lilian?) from Rugrats. Philip and Lilian are twins, which is why my Phillip and Lillian are also twins.
Randy Schnieder: The first name is shared with my uncle Randy, which isn't a coincidence, as my uncle Randy is a biologist. Randy Schnieder is a monster hunter/criminologist who studies his opponents to make sure that he has the edge in battle, which means that he needs to have a good knowledge of the life sciences.
Felicia Fox: I think I got the first name from my book of baby names. The surname is supposed to indicate that Felicia is the cousin of official character Fiona Fox.
Margaret Fox: I'm not 100% sure, but I think I got the first name from the wife of the main character of "The Five People You Meet In Heaven".
Jacob Fox: Named for the "Jacob's Ladder" story from the Bible.
Amaya Fox: Named for a character in "Bittersweet Candy Bowl".
Tulip Natchralli: I don't know why I picked the name "Tulip"... probably that tulips are pretty, yet somewhat fragile flowers (Tulip has to do certain things to stay alive that most people, including her own daughter, don't find necessary at all, such as weekly retreats into nature. You know of Kevin Trudeau, and his theories on health and disease? Whether you believe 'em or not, several of them do apply to Tulip, and are somewhat exaggerated. In other words - she has trouble coping with modern civilization.) The tulip is also associated with elegance, grace, innocence, and doing (and inspiring) hilariously reckless things in the name of love. The last name is pronounced "naturally", making it a pun.
Lily Natchralli: Lilies are often associated with death and darkness. Fitting for a girl who wound up as a vampire. I may also have been thinking of Harry Potter's mother.
Arthur Calibur: The first name refers to King Arthur, and the last name refers to Excalibur.

Belnades & Extended Family (Next Generation)

Anastasia Prower: The first name was deliberately chosen for having basically the same root as "Annie" and "Anita". Also, I absolutely love Don Bluth's "Anastasia", so she's also named after the epynomous character of that film.
Eric Prower: This character is directly borrowed from :iconcmara:, so you'll have to ask her where she got the name.
Janine Prower: Named after a childhood friend of mine who has a twin sister named Julia (thus kinda sorta connecting this character to Julia from "Castlevania: Curse of Darkness").
Matthew Prower: Named after myself.
Leila Belnades-Dawn: Named after Leila from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword. (The name ends up being oddly prophetic, as she nearly gets herself killed by members of Mysto's cult on a pretty darn frequent basis.)
Harry Dawn: Named after Harry Potter.
Dream Synk: Punny name derived from "Dream a Dream" by Captain Jack (I watched "Pop It, Don't Drop It" a few too many times while coming up with the character; combine that with having played DDR MAX 2 a lot as a kid and, well...)
Castiel Synk: Name is a rough male equivalent of "Cassandra".
Memori Synk: "Memory"
Shirley Round-Belnades: Named after Shirley Temple.
Chevy Round-Belnades: Named after Chevy Chase.
Lydia Schneider: Named after Lydie Erlanger from "Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance". (Has nothing to do with Beetlejuice.)
Justin Schneider: Named after Juste Belmont from "Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance".
Maxmillian Schneider: Named after Maxim Kischine from "Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance" (noticing a pattern?).
Issac Belnades: This name is derived from the Bible.
Jonah Belnades: Ditto.
Dandelion Belnades-Natchralli: Anyone who's tried to eliminate the dandelions from their lawn knows that dandelions do not die easily. You need to be precise and thorough to kill a dandelion. As hard as Mysto tried, she could not wipe Tulip out while she was pregnant with Dandelion... and Dandelion herself proved to be exceptionally resilient for a fetus. Her name is meant to reflect her exceptional toughness.
Horizon Belnades: ...This name just has a nice ring to it. It also symbolically refers to a brighter future; Horizon plays a huge role in patching up the strained relations between the Pequins and "outsiders".
Carnation Aesha Dawn: Carnations symbolize love, admiration, and passion. Carnation was conceived from a passionate act of pure love, and was named to reflect that. As for the middle name, it's a posthumous character in Legault's backstory (the Legault in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword) whose death (at Legault's hands, but ordered by his superiors due to wounds she'd received in battle) motivated Legault to leave the Black Fang.
Michael Calibur: In-universe, he's named for the archangel. Out-of-universe, he's named for my brother.
Miriam Calibur: I wanted a vaguely Arthurian female name starting with "M" (the only female King Arthur characters I know of are Morgana le Fay (a villainess) and Nimue (the Lady of the Lake)).
Mordred Calibur: Named for the traitorous son of the legendary King Arthur.

Yoshi Champions

Jumpy: ...He's hyperactive.
Fire: ...He's a firebreather.
Mishelle: My brother came up with this character. It's an intentional misspelling of "Michelle" that refers to the shell on a Yoshi's back. Probably the least idiotic of the Yoshi Champion names.
Blue Yoshberry: ...Blueberry Yoshi? I think this was a juvenile attempt at an interesting name. He's a Yoshi whose main method of attack is to throw blueberry pies. Blueberry pies. There's a reason I don't use some of my characters at all anymore...
Noo: Again, I don't know. It sounds like "new", so maybe it was a pun on... his ability to transform himself into mist? Yeah, that makes absolutely no sense. Go figure. I was, like, seven when my brothers and I first came up with the Yoshi champions and Color-Hating Koopas. And since I'm the oldest of the three of us... Yeah. Three juveniles trying to come up with cool names. Looking back on it now that I'm 22, I can't help but groan and wonder what the hell we were thinking.
Goog: My brother came up with this name. While still prepubescent (read: not quite mentally mature.) Yep.
Moshelle: Derived from "Mishelle". Sounds stupid as heck. No wonder I keep forgetting the little cryokinetic Yoshi, even though she's pretty much the only member of the Heroes' League with ice powers.
Coal: ...He's black. And he throws coal at people who try to hurt him. Yes, a Yoshi who throws coal rather than eggs. Like a demented Santa Claus. *sigh*
Negro: ...He's black. I formally apologize to all the black people in the world for this one. We were just using a foreign word for "black"; we had no idea that it was offensive.
Trisha: Generic name.

Other Heroes

Sprout Prower: Plant-related name.
Illyana Prower: Named after Illyana from "Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance".
Devon: Named for a casual acquaintance of mine.
Xander: Named for a character from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
Lake: Water-related name.

Minor Heroes

Scott: This is just a generic name with no real reasoning behind it. He could be named after one of my friends from grade school, but considering that this character was originally a villain, I don't think I got the name from him.
Damien Kane: This character started out as a bad-boy-style romantic rival of Reuben's for Sonja's affection. He had no qualms about seriously hurting Reuben, or even killing him, if it'd help him get Sonja. Hence, the "wicked"-sounding name. However, Damien's really a nice guy. He only tried to force himself into Reuben's place because he thought Reuben would be a poor mate (due to Huntington's disease) and wanted Sonja to be able to have a more stable, longer-lived, happier relationship (granted, with him, but still, he thought he was acting in Sonja's best interest). When he realized that Sonja and Reuben were fully committed to each other, he backed off. Oh - the name was probably taken from the initial main antagonist of El Goonish Shive. As for the last name, it's derived from "hurricane".
Crimson: Refers to her red fur color (pretty much the same shade as Knuckles, in fact.)
Zemeslode: This comes from "zeme", the word for "earth" in Latvian, combined with the English word "lode" (as in "lodestone"). Basically, I wanted a cool-sounding, exotic word that meant "earth". Who the heck knows Latvian, aside from the Latvians? Using an obscure language was a stroke of genius... much more original than pulling something from Spanish, French, Latin, Japanese, or those other languages that everyone likes pulling words from to come up with exotic names. Plus, "Zemeslode" has a really swell ring to it. (By the way, you pronounce the name as "ZEEMs-load". My apologies if that doesn't match up to how the Latvians actually pronounce "zeme". I don't really know the language, I just used Dictionary.com to find the word.)
Wallace Green: The first name refers to Wall Street, while the surname is the (stereotypical) color of money.
Marian: Derivative of Mary, as in Jesus's mother.
Dahlia Obscuro: The first name is generic (well, it's sorta taken from the Ace Attorney series), but the surname is a play on "obscure"... rather fitting for a spy. (The character is James Dawn's girlfriend.)
Kimono Nippon: The first name is a Japanese outfit; the surname is "Japan" in Japanese.
Serena Ryder: The first name is generic and simply chosen because it has a nice ring to it. The surname is a reference to her profession as a bicycle courier... yeah, this character was directly inspired by Maximum Ride. (The character is William Dawn's girlfriend.)
Rex: Basically a pretentious cool-sounding name.
Paul: I don't even know where I got this name.
Isabella: It's possible that I took the name from the Dead Rising character. I don't really remember.

Other Heroes (Next Generation)

Darin: Yet another name taken from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword, to continue the FE-name theme for the Dawn family (this character is Carnation's future boyfriend).
Miledy: Taken from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade.
Noah: This character is taken from a now-deleted fanfic in which Sonic, Knuckes, and Rouge peek into the future via the Master Emerald simply for lack of anything better to do. In the fanfic, Noah is the son of Sonic and Amy several years in the future, who idolizes his dad and aspires to be just like him. I think the story was written by NetRaptor, and it was really good - I still wonder to this day why it was taken down. (He has a sister named Stella, who may or may not play a role in my stories.)
Stella: Ditto.
Myla: This character is, aside from being an elf, a direct expy of Mya the Hedgecat, a character created by :iconcmara:.
Diego: Taken from "Go! Go! Diego!", a spin-off of "Dora the Explorer".
Forest the Rabbit: Basically just a plant-inspired name.
Morgan: Named after the aforementioned Morgana le Fay.
Charmory: The name is meant to refer to a charming personality, albeit in a slightly ironic way... she's one of the "Fair Folk", so mortals find her a bit odd.
Dexter Lionel: This character is Dandelion's future boyfriend and supposed to be just as smart as she is, so I named him after the main character of "Dexter's Laboratory". ("DEE DEE! GET OUT OF MY LABORATORY!!!") As for the last name... well... he's a lion...
Winter Snow: The first name is, well, Winter. A fitting, if uninspired, name for a cryokinetic.
Scorpio Kane: The name is derived from "Scorpion", after the band that performs "Rock You Like A Hurricane".
Nikolai Velenova: The first name is taken from Nikolai from Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. The surname is a portmanteau of "Veles" and "nova".
Manah Majora: This character is borrowed from :iconGabriel-the-cat:, but I changed the name from "Mana" to "Manah" as a reference to "Drakengard".
Derek: Sasha's boyfriend, this character is relatively unimportant in the greater scheme of things.
Aylah Schneider: Margaret and Randy's daughter, this character is named after one of :iconbttman:'s characters.
Momoko Schneider: Ditto.
Horatio Frost: Named after the character from Hamlet.

Color-Hating Koopas

Corneria: My brother came up with this character, not me. I don't know what he was thinking of. Maybe Star Fox 64?
Breakthrough: Breaking through stuff is what she does best.
Sunset: ...I have no freaking clue why we called him this. Maybe because blue is not a color one would typically see in the sky during a sunset...
Gregory: Generic name, no reason for it.
Blackbelt: Derived from the karate rank.
You'reDead: Fitting description of anyone making eye contact with her when she winks her left eye.
Arachise: Derived from "arachnid". Duh.
Animaster: Portmanteau of "animal" and "master", indicating, well, his mastery of handling animals. (I came up with Arachise and Animaster several years after the other Color-Hating Koopas. This is probably why their names are the least uninspired of the group.)

Mysto & Affiliates

Mysto Majora Kijadhimov: The first name is derived from "mystic" and "mysterious". The middle name (which is her mother's maiden name) is taken from the antagonist of "The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask". The last name is meant to sound Slavic.
Mysta Kijadhimov: Same name source as Mysto.
Reneé Majora Kijadhimov: The first name is a generic name - I dunno where I got it from.
Raphael Demonis Hyghstryker: The first name is taken from the villain of "The Legend of Zorro". The last two names are just meant to sound cool.
Zharnev: A Slavic name that's not "Vladmir" or "Nikolai" or something else that's totally overused for fictional Slavic characters.

Stuffner Clan

Bill Stuffner: This is a play on William Shatner... which is deeply ironic, considering what the Stuffner family developed into. Still, Bill doesn't despise the performance arts like his brother and father do, so...
Donald Stuffner: The first name is taken from Donald Trump. No, I don't hate the guy, never mind that Donald Stuffner is probably the most despicable villain I've come up with!!! ...Mr. Trump is pretty outlandish, though.
Johnathan Stuffner: ...Uh... I just really like the name "Johnathan" for some reason. Maybe Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin has something to do with it.

Happy Sperm Club

Bling the Pimpmaster: "Bling" is a slang term for shiny things that people, usually men - especially "edgy" people like rappers, pimps, drug dealers, etc. - display to show off how wealthy they are. Usually, it's shown off to attract women. It works. Trust me. I'm a biology major. I've taken an Animal Behavior class. I could write an essay on why "bling" works (and then go into a long tangent on human mate selection behavior), but I don't want to waste space here. Just suffice to say that bling is a morally ambiguous but highly effective way to get easy female companionship. Fitting name for the leader of a massive human trafficking/sexual slavery ring.
Shine the Pimpjockey: This is another reference to bling. Bling tends to be shiny.
Cash the Pimpjockey: ...Do you really have to ask?!?

Light Demons

Malthus: I just recalled this name off the top of my head one day and thought it would be a cool name for a heavily religious gang leader. (It helps that it sounds kind of like a heavily corrupted variant of my actual name.) It wasn't until several years later that I realized that I got the name from a historical figure with concerns about the size of the human population, and decided to make the Light Demons an environmentalist gang (and make Malthus into something akin to Caleb Goldman or Ra's Al Ghul).
Teresa: Named for Mother Teresa... May God have mercy on my soul for that one.
Lamarck: Named for a guy who came up with a prototype theory of evolution.
Persephone: Named for Hades's wife in Greek mythology. [Garcia will be thrilled, I'm sure.]

Trophic Blenders

Green Horse: "Green" refers to the color of chlorophyll. "Horse" is Exactly What It Says On The Tin.
Floral Mare: "Floral" refers to flowers. A mare is a female horse.
Mixi: Refers to mixing.
Blendin: Refers to blending.
Lysander: Name taken from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare.
Natascha: Name taken from Rocky and Bullwinkle.

Other Villains

Manny Green: The first name is based off of "money". The fact that it rhymes with "Annie" is also a nice touch.
Wrapsodi Skuttla: Even before I decided to have her be a drider, her main character trait (aside from being Scott's rival and a replacement for his former villainous role) was capturing victims by wrapping them up to immobilize them. Hence, why her Pokémon team consists primarily of Pokémon with a talent for trapping and otherwise hindering the mobility of opponents (e.g. Ariados/Arachion's and Galvantula's Spider Web, Dugtrio/Holearmy's Arena Trap, Arbok/Nohtyp's and Serperior's Wrap and Glare, Magneton/Magnezone's Magnet Pull and Thunder Wave, Wobbuffet and Snarionett's Shadow Tag, etc.) Oh, and her name's also a pun on "rhapsody". In fact, it's pronounced the same way. Can't believe I almost forgot that part. "Skuttla" is derived from "scuttler"... "scuttle" is a somewhat common way to describe the movement of an arthropod, particularly spiders.
Trapestry Skuttla: Portmanteau of "trap" and "tapestry".
Mr. Fortinbras Snow: Cryokinetic crime lord. The surname's pretty generic, considering its source. The first name is taken from Hamlet.
Drathilox: I just made this name up because I liked the way it sounds.
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This journal lists the songs associated with the Seven Heavenly Virtues in my Elite Beat Agents 2 project, including the Seven Heavenly Virtues' half of the finale. It also lists the bonus songs that can be unlocked by accumulating high scores and have nothing to do with the overall plot (they're an epilogue if anything). (Note that the finale has only five songs unique to it – two for the Sins, two for the Virtues, and one “bridge” song that serves as the roadblock for those who have yet to unlock the good ending. The other 28 songs in the finale are remixes of songs from earlier in the game - that's why I call it a boss rush.) Note that I'm not 100% happy with all of these lists and am open to substitution suggestions.

The song list for the Seven Deadly Sins can be found here.

As with the Sins' list, I will be justifying each of my song choices as well as I can.

Seven Heavenly Virtues #1: Chastity

Chastity links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Lust songs

Because chastity is the good counterpart to lust, I am lumping healthy romantic love in with it. However, this is specifically romantic love; other, broader forms of love are subordinate to charity. Chastity, like the other heavenly virtues, also has several subordinate virtues; in chastity's case, these subordinate virtues are purity, knowledge, honesty, and wisdom.
  1. "Honesty" by Billy Joel [52nd Street] {As previously mentioned, honesty is associated with chastity.}
  2. "Everlasting Love" by Robert Knight [20 Greatest Hits 1967] {“Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous, it does not brag, and it is not proud. Love is not rude, is not selfish, and does not get upset with others. Love does not count up wrongs that have been done. Love takes no pleasure in evil but rejoices over the truth. Love patiently accepts all things. It always trusts, always hopes, and always endures.” 1:13 Corinthians. This song focuses on the "always trusts, always hopes, and always endures" bit.}
  3. "Accidents Will Happen" by Elvis Costello & the Attractions [The Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions] {The narrator has apparently harmed the subject in the past, and is resisting their advances in order to avoid hurting them again.}
  4. "(If You Love Someone) Set Them Free" by Sting [All this time] {Clinginess in a relationship is generally a bad thing.}
  5. "Hold The Line" by Toto [Toto] {A rushed relationship is a relationship that is likely to fall apart.}
  6. "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)" by Journey {Can be summed up as “I Want My Beloved To Be Happy”.}
  7. "It's Not Over" by Daughtry [Grammy Nominees 2008] {Even if a relationship goes south at first, it can still be fixed if the partners work on fixing their flaws.}
  8. "Wannabe" by the Spice Girls {“Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous, it does not brag, and it is not proud. Love is not rude, is not selfish, and does not get upset with others. Love does not count up wrongs that have been done. Love takes no pleasure in evil but rejoices over the truth. Love patiently accepts all things. It always trusts, always hopes, and always endures.” 1:13 Corinthians. This song focuses on the "is not rude, is not selfish, and does not get upset with others" bit.}
  9. "Bless the Broken Road" by Rascal Flatts [Grammy Nominees 2006] {Not all relationships will work out. That's okay. Failed relationships can and should be taken as learning experiences.}
  10. "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley {No, I could not resist Rickrolling everyone. And the song does fit here; the reasons why are self-evident. In fact, maybe it should be the boss.}
  11. "Brand New Day" by Sting [All this time] (PRE-BOSS) {“Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous, it does not brag, and it is not proud. Love is not rude, is not selfish, and does not get upset with others. Love does not count up wrongs that have been done. Love takes no pleasure in evil but rejoices over the truth. Love patiently accepts all things. It always trusts, always hopes, and always endures.” 1:13 Corinthians. This song focuses on the "not counting up wrongs", "takes no pleasure in evil", and "patiently accepts all things" bit.}
  12. "Living On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi (BOSS) {True love is tough to find, and even tougher to sustain and work out the kinks. But it's worth it.}

Seven Heavenly Virtues #2: Temperance

Temperance links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Gluttony songs

Temperance's subordinate virtues are justice, honor, abstention, and mensch (whatever that is).
  1. "No Wonder" by Neil Wonder [Prairie Wind]
  2. "Never Is Enough" by the Barenaked Ladies [Stunt]
  3. "Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)" by Billy Joel [The Stranger] 
  4. "Working Class Hero" by Green Day [Grammy Nominees 2008] {A song about seeking justice for the mistreatment of the working class, and inspiring others to do the same.}
  5. "Ghetto Defendant" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 2] {This song just works wonders as an immediate follow-up to "Working Class Hero". If “Working Class Hero” presents the beginning of the hero’s story, then this is the hero actively fighting to protect the weak. It’s implied that he gets gunned down at the end, but…}
  6. "I'm Alive" by Disturbed [Ten Thousand Fists] {The wicked are just kidding themselves if they think something as mundane as death can put down justice! Seriously, though, this song is one that I can see representing either a hero or a villain, and for the purposes of this project, it’s getting the role of a hero. After all, it’s about sticking to one’s values and not merely shrugging off discouragement, but telling those opposed to those your values to shut the **** up. And those who profit off of the pain of others? Oh, those sons-of-bitches are going down, hard.}
  7. "Walkin' On The Sun" by Smash Mouth [Fush Mu Yang] {A song about the virtues of being one's own person, rather than just blindly following the masses. Not every cause is worth fighting for.}
  8. "In The Air Tonight" by Phil Collins [Face Value] {Yes, I know the lyrics were just made up and not inspired by anything in particular. The song still can be summed up as "some asshole's about to get blasted by laser-guided karma".}
  9. "Wishing Well" by Free [Maximum Cowbell] {A song about breaking free from addiction; in other words, defying gluttony.}
  10. "Earth Song" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones] {This song has a similar message to "Another Way To Die" - namely, that temperance is necessary for everyone's survival.}
  11. "Let It Be" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 2] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Just Because" by Raygun (BOSS) {A song that preaches the importance of self-restraint. The refrain in particular is basically temperance in a nutshell.}

Seven Heavenly Virtues #3: Charity

Charity links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Greed songs

Charity's subordinate virtues are generosity, love (for all beings), self-sacrifice, and will (in the philosophical sense). Charity itself is not limited to benevolent giving, though that is obviously one aspect of it.
  1. "Larger than Life" by the Backstreet Boys [Millennium] {Okay, to be honest, I was out of ideas and desperate to get this up to 12 songs. There’s a tenuous connection based on the idea of gratitude to the fans (wait, wouldn’t that work better with humility?), or the fans giving to the Backstreet Boys, but overall, this is kind of weaksauce.}
  2. "Heart of Gold" by Neil Young feat Stray Gators [Harvest] {This is also tenuous, but a “heart of gold” refers to the sort of all-encompassing love that falls under charity’s purview, so it does fit. It is a little slow for my liking (“Time In A Bottle” by Jim Croce got kicked out of the Chastity list for being unsuited to a rhythm game), but I don’t exactly have any alternatives.}
  3. "I Want It All" by Queen [Classic Queen] {Despite the name of the song, it’s really more about wanting to establish better conditions for future generations. Admittedly, most of the song is about one young man in particular making a name for himself; like “Bad”, most of the positive message comes from a bait-and-switch at the very end. However, in this song, I consider the positive message to be a bit stronger.}
  4. "Turn the Page" by Bob Seger
  5. "Wrong 'Em Boyo" by The Clash [London Calling] {This is pretty much the first song on the list that unambiguously deserves to be here, as it’s about how being all take and no give is just flat-out wrong (and unfulfilling to boot).}
  6. "Fly Like An Eagle" by the Steve Miller Band [Young Hearts: Complete Greatest Hits] {A song about the needs of the poor.}
  7. "Give It Away" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers [Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits] {The title made me think this song belonged here. The lyrics, on the other hand… I think this song needs to be replaced.}
  8. Man Up” from The Book of Mormon {This song could work, considering its placement in The Book of Mormon’s plot and what it represents in terms of Arnold Cummingham’s character (not to mention that it’s about following the example of Jesus Christ’s self-sacrificial love), but it’s a stretch. It’s really just here as a placeholder until I come up with something better.}
  9. "The Miracle" by Queen [Classic Queen]
  10. "Call And Answer" by the Barenaked Ladies [Stunt]
  11. "I Was Here" by Beyoncé (PRE-BOSS) {Sure, it’s a song about establishing a legacy, but it’s a decidedly humanitarian legacy. Like Mother Teresa.}
  12. "What You Give Away" by Sheryl Crow & Vince Gill [Grammy Nominees 2008] (BOSS) {It’s a song about how true fulfillment can only be found through sharing, so it was a shoe-in.}

Seven Heavenly Virtues #4: Diligence

Diligence links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Sloth songs

Diligence's subordinate virtues are persistence, (work) ethics, effort, rectitude, and integrity. Considering that diligence is the good counterpart and direct opposite of sloth, I also added vigilance to the list of subordinate virtues, which is reflected in the song list.
  1. "I'm Not Down" by The Clash [London Calling] {It's a song about never giving up, even in the face of overwhelming odds, so its placement here is obvious.}
  2. "The Winner" by Coolio [Space Jam]
  3. "Flesh And Bone" by The Killers [Battle Born]
  4. "Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)" by Styx [Pieces of Eight] {It’s a song about working one’s @$$ off. What more is there to be said?}
  5. "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who [Who's Next]
  6. "Burning Heart" by Survivor [Rocky IV]
  7. "Land of Confusion" by Disturbed [Ten Thousand Fists]
  8. "Rush" by Aly & AJ
  9. "Lonesome Loser" by the Little River Band
  10. "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor [Rocky III{I’m sure a lot of people would be mad at me if “Eye of the Tiger” wasn’t somewhere in this game, and besides, it absolutely deserves to be on this list! I mean, come on, it’s a song about relentless training to be the best! The only reason it’s not the boss is that there are two songs with even better reason to be on the list. That, and it’s also about beating the tar out of people…}
  11. "Walk Unafraid" by R.E.M. [Up] (PRE-BOSS) {This song has two morals - to be yourself regardless of what others may think of you, and to be undeterred by failures and stumbles. In other words, it's perfectly suited to be on this list.}
  12. "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #5: Patience

Patience links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Wrath songs

Patience's subordinate virtues are gaman, mercy, ahmisa (basically, treating the act of harming others as equivalent to harming oneself, and therefore abstaining from it), sufferance, and forgiveness. Most of the anti-suicide songs wound up in kindness's song list, but considering that self-hatred and suicide are subordinate vices to wrath (which patience is the good counterpart and direct opposite to), I made sure to slip an anti-suicide song ("Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M.) into this list. Considering the correlation between wrath and violence, I’ve also got several songs promoting peace and pacifism in this list; why peace isn't already part of the official list of subordinate virtues, I have no idea.
  1. "Trouble" by Dave Matthews [Some Devil] {I liked the idea of Dave Matthews performing both the first and last songs on this list. That, and the song is about how recklessness gets you into big trouble.}
  2. "Peace Train" by Cat Stevens [Cat Stevens Classics]
  3. "Fragile" by Sting [All This Time]
  4. "Revolution" by R.E.M. [In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003 Disc 2]
  5. "21 Guns" by Green Day [Grammy Nominees 2010]
  6. "Fine Line" by Paul McCartney & Wings [Grammy Nominees 2006]
  7. "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding" by Elvis Costello & the Attractions [The Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions]
  8. "Final Straw" by R.E.M. [Around The Sun]
  9. "Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M. [In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003 Disc 1]
  10. "War" by Edwin Starr [The 70's, Volume 2]
  11. "Give Peace A Chance" by John Lennon [Imagine] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "The Last Stop" by the Dave Matthews Band [Before These Crowded Streets] (BOSS) {As those who watch my YouTube channel know, I've got a video about how the situation in the Middle East totally sucks, and the video is based on this very song - my favorite song of all time. I'm not sure whether or not I have it available to the public right now; it's so controversial that I take it down from time to time - but this song's placement in this list is based on that video (well, that and it’s my favorite song of all time). If only people could learn to set aside their differences and get along, things would be much better for all of us. Oh, and check out the reviews on sing365 for a second opinion.}

Seven Heavenly Virtues #6: Kindness

Kindness links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Envy songs

Kindness's subordinate virtues are satisfaction, loyalty, compassion, integrity, empathy, and friendship for its own sake.
  1. "Old Man" by Neil Young feat Stray Gators [Harvest]
  2. "Saint Dominic's Preview" by Van Morrison [Saint Dominic's Preview]
  3. "How to Save a Life" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  4. "Turn It Off" by Boston [Corporate America]
  5. "Invisible Sun" by The Police [Ghost In The Machine]
  6. "Imagine" by John Lennon [Imagine]
  7. "One World (Not Three)" by The Police [Ghost In The Machine]
  8. "Never Too Late" by Three Days Grace
  9. "I Want To Make The World Turn Around" by the Steve Miller Band [Young Hearts: Complete Greatest Hits]
  10. "One Vision" by Queen [Classic Queen]
  11. "King of Pain" by The Police [Synchronicity] (PRE-BOSS) {The song is all about empathy and sympathy, so it’s a natural fit.}
  12. "If Everyone Cared" by Nickelback [Grammy Nominees 2008] (BOSS) {This is another song that speaks for itself.}

Seven Heavenly Virtues #7: Humility

Humility links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
Unlock condition: B rank condition on all Pride songs

Humility's subordinate virtues are bravery, modesty, reverence, and altruism. Humility is not to be confused with poor self-esteem; it's not thinking less of yourself, it's thinking of yourself less.
  1. "All at Once" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  2. "Told You So" by the Barenaked Ladies [Stunt]
  3. "If I Ever Lose My Faith In You" by Sting [All This Time]
  4. "Sing For The Moment" by Eminem [Curtain Call: The Hits (Disc 1)]
  5. "Dead Wrong" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  6. "Save Me" by Dave Matthews [Some Devil]
  7. "Breaking The Habit" by Linkin Park {I know I said that humility isn’t low self-esteem, but sometimes one has to hit rock bottom to realize that something’s wrong.}
  8. "Secret Journey" by The Police [Ghost In The Machine] {...and this is getting back on the right track.}
  9. "Man in the Mirror" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones]
  10. "Rhymes and Reasons" by the Irish Rovers [36 All-Time Greatest Hits Disc 2]
  11. "Don't Forget Where You Belong" by One Direction [Midnight Memories] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Instant Karma (We All Shine On)" by John Lennon [Lennon Legend] (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues Finale

Finale links: Screenshot, Playlist

The Virtues get the second half of the finale, while the Sins get the first.
  1. The Root of All Evil” by Dream Theater [Octavarium] (BRIDGE) {This song was my original idea for the boss song for the Seven Deadly Sins’ half of the finale. However, upon taking a closer look at the lyrics, I noticed that the second half of the song focuses on the Seven Heavenly Virtues. So, I decided to have this song act as the roadblock between the Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Heavenly Virtues. If the player has yet to unlock and complete all of the Seven Heavenly Virtues songs, then a Non-Standard Game Over sequence (or, rather, the bad ending) will begin at 3:44, with the failure cutscene ending at 3:58 (right before the segment of the lyrics labeled “Remove”) as the Seven Deadly Sins obliterate the Elite Beat Agents. In other words, the player literally will not be allowed to clear this song. If all the Seven Heavenly Virtues have been recruited (by unlocking and completing their song lists), then the Non-Standard Game Over becomes a Fission Mailed as the Seven Heavenly Virtues swoop to the rescue and stop the Seven Deadly Sins’ attack, allowing the player to progress into the second half of the song. Once this song is completed, the game progresses to the Seven Heavenly Virtues’ half of the finale. Also, being the bridge, this song is counted as both the final song of the Seven Deadly Sins’ half of the finale and the first song of the Seven Heavenly Virtues’ half of the finale, but this doesn’t mean it has to be completed twice. It’d be more accurate to say that the first half of this song is the final song for the Seven Deadly Sins’ segment and the second half of this song is the first song for the Seven Heavenly Virtues’ segment.}
  2. "Someday (August 29, 1968)" by Chicago [Chicago Transit Authority] (Seven Heavenly Virtues Intro) {I see this song’s message as "Bullying is bad and bullies should feel bad - and if they don't, they soon will AS THEY BEG FOR THEIR PATHETIC LIVES" (uh… ahem… sorry, I just really, really hate bullying), but it’s written about a protest rally. (At least, I think it is. That subtitle's gotta be there for something.) In any case, it can be used as a rallying cry against any sort of injustice. Bonus points for being performed by the same band that did "You're The Inspiration"; that song was one of the more climactic points of the first Elite Beat Agents game, so another Chicago song was basically mandatory for this one. What better place than the “Without A Fight” analogue?}
  3. "Brand New Day" by Sting [Brand New Day]
  4. "Living On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi [Live in London]
  5. "Earth Song" by Michael Jackson [Michael Jackson's This Is It Disc 1]
  6. "Just Because" by Raygun, live
  7. "Call and Answer" by the Barenaked Ladies, live at NYE
  8. "What You Give Away" by Sheryl Crow & Vince Gill, live
  9. "Walk Unafraid" by R.E.M. [R.E.M. Live Disc 1]
  10. "Carry On Wayward Son" by Yngwie Malmsteen
  11. "War" by Bruce Springsteen [Live 1975-85 Disc 3]
  12. "The Last Stop" by the Dave Matthews Band [Live in Charlottesville]
  13. "King of Pain" by Sting & The Police, live
  14. "If Everyone Cared" by Nickelback, live in Toronto
  15. "Don't Forget Where You Belong" by One Direction [Live at Wembley Stadium, 2014]
  16. "Instant Karma" by U2 [Grammy Nominees 2008]
  17. "Higher Power" by Boston [Greatest Hits] (Seven Heavenly Virtues Outro/FINAL BOSS) {This song is utterly non-negotiable; the whole project leads up to it. It’s here to represent the ultimate victory of virtue, holiness, and light over wickedness, unholiness, and darkness - and the only thing that makes such a victory possible. I even have a very specific beatmap idea in mind for it (which will get across the theme of the project with the subtlety of a sledgehammer), so I will be designing it myself. It is truly a worthy successor to "Jumpin' Jack Flash" for the final challenge of the game. Just give it a listen.}

Bonus Songs

Bonus Songs links: Screenshot #1, Screenshot #2, Playlist

As you would expect, the bonus songs have to be unlocked before they are available. They are not mandatory to completion of the main story once unlocked, unlike EBA 1. There are two main ways to unlock bonus songs - accruing a certain total high score, or getting good enough ranks on a certain set of songs. (The Seven Heavenly Virtues songs themselves are unlocked by getting high ranks on the Seven Deadly Sins songs, but the bonus songs require even better ranks. However, the rank requirements are kept well below the maximum rank available to avoid frustrating casual players.)
  1. "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 1] (Unlock condition: Total high score of 3,000,000 points) {The first bonus song, this was picked as a sort of tribute to the EBA itself.}
  2. "Boogie Wonderland" by Earth, Wind & Fire [Earth, Wind & Fire Greatest Hits] (Unlock condition: Total high score of 6,000,000 points) {It's about dancing - of course it would fit perfectly in a rhythm game!}
  3. "Cat's In The Cradle" by Harry Chapin (Unlock condition: Total high score of 9,000,000 points)
  4. "Jet Airliner" by the Steve Millers Band [Young Hearts: Complete Greatest Hits] (Unlock condition: Total high score of 12,000,000 points)
  5. "All Mixed Up" by The Cars [The Cars] (Unlock condition: Total high score of 15,000,000 points)
  6. "Radar Love" by Golden Earring [Maximum Cowbell] (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Prologue songs)
  7. "I Am The Walrus" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 1] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Prologue songs)
  8. "Oops! ...I Did It Again" by Britney Spears [Oops! ...I Did It Again] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Lust songs)
  9. Hotel California” by The Eagles [Hotel California] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Greed songs)
  10. "Little House" by The Fray [How to Save a Life] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Sloth songs)
  11. "Animal I Have Become" by Three Days Grace (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Wrath songs)
  12. "Let It Ride" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive [Maximum Cowbell] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Envy songs) {I’ve been kicking around the idea of using this song with a storyboard parodying Sonic’s storyline in Sonic 2006 for quite some time. Largely because of the whole “disaster ensues if Elise cries” thing.}
  13. "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" by Elton John [Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Disc 1]
  14. "promise" by Kohmi Hirose [Alpen Best] (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Chastity songs) {Because there needed to be at least one J-pop song.}
  15. "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 2] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Chastity songs)
  16. "Rolling in the Deep" by Adele [Grammy Nominees 2012] (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Temperance songs)
  17. "Solsbury Hill" by Peter Gabriel (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Temperance songs)
  18. "Pollyanna" by Catherine Warwick [MOTHER Series] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Charity songs)
  19. "Pump It Up" by Elvis Costello & the Attractions [Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions] (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Diligence songs)
  20. "Walk" by the Foo Fighters [Grammy Nominees 2012] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Diligence songs)
  21. Never Again” by Disturbed [Asylum] (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Patience songs)
  22. We Just Disagree” by Dave Mason (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Patience songs)
  23. "Speed of Sound" by Death Cab For Cutie [Plans] (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Kindness songs)
  24. "Black or White" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Kindness songs)
  25. "Somebody That I Used To Know" by Gotye feat Kimbra [Grammy Nominees 2012]
  26. "Dark Horse" by Katy Perry feat Juicy J
  27. "Wishmaster" by Nightwish (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Seven Heavenly Virtues Finale songs)
  28. "I'm Shipping Up To Boston" by The Dropkick Murphys (Unlock condition: Total high score of 30,000,000 points) {This song may be short, but it has a super-catchy beat.}
  29. "It’s Been So Long" & "Five Nights At Freddy's" by The Living Tombstone (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Seven Deadly Sins Finale songs) {These songs are included for essentially the same reason as "Shipping Up To Boston". I chained them together to up the length and challenge a bit.}
  30. "Erotomania" by Dream Theater [Awake] (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all songs in the main game (not including the other bonus songs)) {A bombastic and challenging hard-rock track.}
  31. "Without A Fight" by Hoobastank [Every Man For Himself (Red Cover)] (Unlock condition: B rank or better on all Finale songs (both Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Heavenly Virtues)) {This song is here as a reference to the original game. The beatmap would be similar to the one in EBA 1, but there would be some additions to compensate for the fact that the Hoobastank original is longer than the EBA 1 version.}
  32. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" by The Rolling Stones (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all Finale songs (both Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Heavenly Virtues)) {Yes, I deliberately stuck the penultimate and final levels of EBA 1 in this game as bonus levels. For "Jumpin' Jack Flash", I think the exact same beatmap might be usable, though the Rolling Stones version is a bit slower than the version in EBA 1 (which would make the song slightly easier). (And by the way, the beatmap I have in mind for "Higher Power" is actually tamer than the "Jumpin' Jack Flash" beatmap from EBA 1... at least in terms of the complexity. The speed, on the other hand... Well, that's a whole other story.)}
  33. "We Are The Champions" by Queen (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all songs in the main game (not including the other bonus songs))
  34. "Juke Box Hero" by Foreigner [Records] (Unlock condition: A rank or better on all other songs in the game, including all of the other bonus songs) {The final bonus song, I picked this song to basically tell the player that they're awesome for making it this far. You could even call it the True Final Boss, considering how this song is unlocked. I prefer to consider "Higher Power" the finale, though.}
Please provide as much feedback as you can on my selections; I want to hear plenty of constructive criticism!
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