Mhakna Gramura to Fairy Bell


Mhakna Gramura to Fairy Bell
TitleMhakna Gramura to Fairy Bell
Original titleマクナ=グラムラとフェアリーベル
AliasesMhaknar Ghramura duvis Feedah Bhella
LengthVery short (< 2 hours)
DeveloperAlice in Dissonance
Publishers Sekai Project
 Sekai Project
Same series
Fault Milestone One


Written by the prolific author "Alissyn Rievegh" in her early 20's, "Mhakna Gramura and Fairy Bell" (Mhakna for short) was her foray into the children's novel genre and has been a hit classic in the Alliance ever since it's initial release. "Mhakna Gramura and Fairy Bell" is a classic children's tale written hundreds of years ago before the Alliance was established and virtually everyone (especially in Rughzenhaide and Vhastorakat) is familiar with its content.

"Mhakna Gramura and Fairy Bell" depicts a story of a young girl named Mhakna and her best friend Sebiarno escaping Mullbear Orphanage by summoning a fairy that has been said to bring happiness to children. The two bind a contract with Fairy Bell stating they agree to never turn into adults in exchange for eternal happiness in Enles Land.


Hair, Ahoge, Red
Eyes, Blue
Body, Kid, Young-adult
Clothes, Dress, Necklace, Puffy Sleeves, Sandals
Role, Friend, Half-orphan, Runaway, Wife
Subject of, Disappearance


The protagonist.

She escapes to Enles Land with her best friend, Sebiarno.

<hidden by spoiler settings>In the epilogue, her full name is Mhakna Gramura.

Main character

Hair, Black, Short
Eyes, Green
Body, Kid, Young-adult
Clothes, Boots, Hoodie, Shorts, Trousers, Vest
Role, Husband, Orphan, Painter, Runaway
Engages in, Drawing
Subject of, Amputation, Disappearance


Mhakna's best friend.

<hidden by spoiler settings>His full name is Sebiarno Gramura.

Side characters

Fairy Bell
Fairy Bellフェアリー・ベル 
Hair, Ahoge, Blond, Long
Eyes, Blue
Body, Tiny, Wings
Clothes, Barefoot, Dress, Hair Flower
Items, Wand
Personality, Kind
Role, Angel, Fairy
Engages in, Flying


A fairy and angel in training who rescues Mhakna and Sebiarno from Mullbear Orphanage. She created Enles Land as a place of salvation for children.