All teens think their parents are evil - they have no idea. For 12-year-old Nocte Yin, she knows the truth. She knows what it is like to have a mad scientist for a father (screams from the basement) and a seductive sorceress for a mother (perfect face, perfect body, perfect everything). She knows what it is like to have heroes (or heroines) beating at the door of their "secret" lair hoping to "purify this land," when all she wants to do is sleep in, eat cake and watch some good shoujo anime. But it’s all fine. It was okay, even. Nocte can put up with all these interruptions and body parts in the hallway because her parents loved her. That is until, of course, they transfer her to Evil Academy, the school for villains-in-the-making. Nocte does not want to be a villain. She wants nothing to do with villainy. She does not even want to hear about villainy. All she wants is to carry on her days as an oblivious normal teen. Was that so hard? Apparently, because the clan Elders are unhappy with her attitude and decide to set an ultimatum: be evil or be gone. And that was enough to send her parents dashing around to rectify the problem. Thus, Nocte's "adventure" begins at Evil Academy. She is thrust into a world she has been avoiding for a very long time and has forgotten what it really means to be a Yin. Roommates hide in bathrooms, spies are made in broken elevators and clan rivalries places more than one into the hospital. Nocte's life gets complicated as she tries to hold onto the belief that being evil results only in unhappiness, but as the school year goes by, she finds herself sinking deeper and deeper into the darkness.