In a world ruled by angels, things are only perfect on the surface. Everyone knows it, of course, but everyone ignores it. The risk of letting your thoughts stray is too high.
With law enforcement being heavily biased and far from reliable, most investigations are handled by private detectives. Two of such rebels - Tigel Smith and Seems Wright - end up looking into the mysteries behind a supposedly-abandoned hospital where people disappear. They find it's far from empty, inhabited by some sort of hybrid angelic-demonic abomination that causes Seems' violent and untimely demise. Clinging to the hope that he can save her, Tigel escapes and ends up literally running into an eclectic man named Bonnie. Bonnie directs him to the home of Demon Lord Zhirael, who returns Seems to life in exchange for Tigel's soul.
As it turns out, Zhirael could use some help. He's been looking to overthrow Heaven from quite some time and he recently granted refuge to a strange, soulless child who might just hold the key to starting the revolution. Though not without hesitance, Tigel and Seems agree to offer their services, knowing that this is the best chance they have at getting the answers they desire and bringing justice to the world.
Zhirael's ragtag band of allies who are actively aiding him in his quest to overthrow Heaven's tyrannical rule.
Halo's Light Hospital, but Toyhouse's limits are rude. An abandoned hospital in a quiet area, it's come to the recent attention of certain detectives that the hospital isn't quite so abandoned after all.
While the functions of the hospital are unknown to outsiders, those within know far too much. Those who wander in rarely come out, and those who escape tend to vanish from public record - then from the world.
Residents of Hell, whose relationships with Heaven and the mortal plane vary.
The residents of Heaven, direct servants to Quenael and enactors of her will.
Deceased (...in most cases) characters who made enough of an impact on the story to warrant a profile.