Circle of Hell-Lust 001
Circle Number 2
Boss Cleopatra and Marc Antony
Creatures Temptress
Locations Tower of Lust
Host Francesca Da Polenta
Prev. Circle Limbo
Next Circle Gluttony
“To this torment are condemned the carnal damned. Those for whom desire conquered reason.” — Virgil

Lust is the second Circle of Hell.


Below Limbo is the second circle of Hell, Lust. Here, Dante discovers Lucifer has made Beatrice into his bride. Lucifer tells her of Dante's lolbetrayal to her by having sex with the slave girl. Dante journies to the The Carnal Tower in the center of this circle's endless hurricane of souls who were ruled by sexual desire. Here he defeats Queen Cleopatra, who rules as one of Lucifer's regents.

Description Edit

The Circle of Lust is comprised of a vast, rocky chasm, with the structural ends of a broken bridge residing on each side. The bridge itself is lined in gold statues of lovers, separated at the left and right of the bridge, purple lightning arching between them.

The center piece and main section is The Carnal Tower, a phallic shaped structure massive in size, which rises out of the chasm between the bridges. As well as a throne to the circle's guardian, Queen Cleopatra, the tower also acts as a focal point for the violent purple lightning storms that swirl around it, ensnaring the souls of the lustful for eternity.

The Tower itself has many floors, and it's architecture and decor continue with the theme of sex and the human genitalia, for example, pillars and columns resembling penises, doors and arches reminiscent of the vagina, and rooms resembling the womb, as well as statues of lovers in intimate poses.

Areas of the Circle Edit

  • The Tempest of Lustful Shades: A giant vortex storm summoned by Cleopatra, which surrounds The Tower of Lust and punishes the lustful shades. Dante uses a bolt of energy to open a breach in the winds and enter the tower.
  • The Carnal Tower: A giant, phallic-shaped tower in the center of the circle which Cleopatra climbs, taunting Dante and trying to hinder his journey. Its architecture, walls, pillars and floors resemble human genitalia.

Dante's JournalEdit

Gallery Edit

Nine Circles of Hell
Limbo ·  Lust ·  Gluttony ·  Greed ·  Anger ·  Heresy ·  Violence ·  Fraud ·  Treachery

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