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The nameless female scientist in the manga
|Affiliation||The Raphael Project|
|Anime||NA (manga only)|
|Japanese||NA (manga only)|
The Female Scientist is an unnamed minor character who was one of Nanase's subordinates on The Raphael Project, a series of brainwashing and cloning experiments conducted on the Eye of Raphael and its wielders.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Physical appearance[edit | edit source]
She has a slender figure and is of average height, with long, light-coloured hair that she wears tied into a ponytail and an oval face with almond-shaped, light-coloured eyes. She wears glasses.
Clothing[edit | edit source]
Due to her occupation, she wears a long, white lab coat.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Like the other scientists, she has an analytical personality. She can be considered somewhat cruel as she clearly enjoyed experimenting on Teito, Ouka and the Eyes without any regard for their personal well-being. However, she also has somewhat more of a conscience than Nanase-she did have doubts when Wakaba and Nanase wanted to continue using Ouka during the Raggs War, and when Ayanami ordered the experiments on Teito to continue.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
She was a subordinate of Nanase and obediently followed his orders. However, she showed no grief at his death.
History[edit | edit source]
Little is known about her history. At some point in her life, she began working for the Barsburg royalty as a scientist and researcher, and was involved with the Raphael Project by the time Barsburg waged war on Raggs.
Manga synopsis[edit | edit source]
The nameless female scientist is first seen in a flashback of the Raggs war. She later appears again during the experiments on the Eye of Raphael and the Eye of Mikhail. When the Archangels forcibly terminate the experiments, she is seen with the other scientists, dismayed by the damage dealt to their laboratory. When someone asks where Nanase is, she is too disorientated to answer.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
She possesses extensive scientific and technical knowledge.