Gone With the Song is a Festivals suit that could be obtained during the Lie of Moonlight event.

Completion Prize: A Styling Gift Box containing Gone With the Song and 30 Diamond.png.

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Item Descriptions[edit | edit source]

Cold moonlight falls upon the music score. Under the notes are countless secrets, but nothing could stop him.
Shadow of Night Sky

What's hidden under beauty is always dangerous. Actually, he's a phantom thief taking the disguise of a singer.
Silver Star

Cecil's voice caught Earl's attention. He was invited to the castle as a guest and received many praises.
Gem Moonlight

In the late night, Cecil was investigating in the silent castle. The gem collected by the earl is his target.
Thrilling Night

Who would know there is a cellar here in this luxurious castle. And inside there is a girl under the moonlight.
Kiss of Age

The life and the world he's too familiar with turns out to be something beyond reach for the girl.
Night Feathers

However, the countess's decision to marry her with the lord broke her usual life. She shed tears as he sang for her.
Void Fantasy

The subtle compassion made him sing for Luya. It's a tender encounter under the moonlight.
Wandering Singer

Maybe the moonlight reflected in the girl's eyes is too brilliant. The phantom thief somehow wants to take her away.
Moonlight's Lie

The phantom thief who got the gem in his hand was caught on the road to the cellar. He failed to take her away.
Pure Vision

Who stood in the moonlight is now devoured by darkness. In the pain, he wrote Moonlight's lie for him and Luya.
Unknown Ballad

The little cellar stands no challenge for the phantom thief. Where did he go? Maybe the answer is in the song.
Gone With the Song

Interpretation[edit | edit source]

Gone With the Song is about Cecil, a phantom thief disguised as a singer. He was invited to an Earl's castle as a guest, receiving many praises. However, his objective was to steal the Earl's gem. Investigating the silent, luxurious castle at late night, he stumbled upon a cellar, and inside, he found a girl, Luya, under the moonlight. Cecil felt a subtle compassion towards Luya, as their lives were worlds apart and for Luya, his world was something beyond her reach. As contextualized in Dark Night Moonlight, she was engaged to a senile lord by the countess' decision, who claimed that it was her only worth as a bastard's child. Thus, in the pain, he wrote a ballad for both of them, calling it "Moonlight's lie." As he sang it to her, she shed tears, making their encounter a tender one. The way the moonlight reflected in her eyes almost seemed to brilliant; it made him want to take her away. However, on his way back to her after taking the gem, he was caught red-handed, failing to take her away.

A post from the 浮光镜界 (Realm of Reflections) event (unreleased on the International server) revealed that the story of Luya and Cecil was a play by the December Troupe.

See also: Dark Night Moonlight.

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Name by Server[edit source]

Version Name (Romanized) Translation
International.png International (English) Gone With the Song N/A
France Flag.png International (French) Disparue avec la Chanson Disappeared with the Song
Chinese Flag.png China (Simplified) 永逝之歌 (yǒng shì zhī gē) Song of Eternal Death
Taiwanese Flag.png Hong Kong Flag.png Macau Flag.png
Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau (Traditional)
永逝之歌 (yǒng shì zhī gē) Song of Eternal Death
Japanese Flag.png Japan 永逝の歌 (Eisei no Uta) Song of Eternal Death
Korean Flag.png South Korea 안식의노래 (ansig-uinolae) Song of Rest
Vietnam Flag.png Vietnam Bài Ca Bất Tử Immortal Song
Singapore Flag.png Southeast Asia (English) N/A N/A

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