Dawn of the Golden Witch

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Dawn of the Golden Witch
Umineko ep6.jpg
Developer07th Expansion
Publisher07th Expansion
Arc TypeAnswer
ReleasedDecember 30, 2009 (C77)
Word Count139,025 (~463 pages)[1]
Umineko no Naku Koro ni Chronology
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Dawn of the Golden Witch is the sixth arc in Umineko no Naku Koro ni and the second arc of Umineko no Naku Koro ni Chiru. The story follows BATTLER's game as narrated by Ange Ushiromiya to Featherine Augustus Aurora.



In the Meta-World, Bernkastel presides over a wedding between Erika Furudo and Battler Ushiromiya.

Ange Ushiromiya and Juuza Amakusa meet with Tohya Hachijo, a mystery novelist who has been publishing "Forgeries" online. "Forgery" is the name for a series of stories that pose different interpretations of the events of the Rokkenjima massacre. Tohya gained Ange's attention after publishing her last three stories: Banquet of the Golden Witch, Alliance of the Golden Witch, and End of the Golden Witch. Ange grows suspicious of the circumstances that led to this meeting as she begins to remember the events of Alliance of the Golden Witch, including her own death. Tohya reveals herself to be the witch Featherine Augustus Aurora. Featherine asks Ange to become her "miko," and read the next story, Dawn of the Golden Witch, to her. Ange begrudgingly accepts.

In the Meta-World, Chick Beatrice appears before Bernkastel, Erika, Lambdadelta, and Dlanor A. Knox. The witches are startled by the difference in personality between her and the original Beatrice; In truth, Battler had attempted to revive Beatrice but was unsuccessful and instead created two separate beings, Chick Beatrice and Beatrice the Elder. Eager to ignore his failed creations, BATTLER announces the start of the sixth game.

On October 4, 1986, before the Ushiromiya family arrive on Rokkenjima, Shannon and Kanon discuss the topic of love and their relationships with George and Jessica Ushiromiya, respectively.


The Ushiromiya Family


Witches and Demons


Deaths and Disappearances

All deaths and disappearances are listed only as they are told in Dawn of the Golden Witch and apply only for the individual arc, not the overall series.





  1. ^ Listed word count does not include TIPS.

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