Personality & CharacterEdit
On first impressions, Rian comes off as a vain and materialistic girl. She enjoys showing off her feminine charms, prefers to have the best in life (as in expensive things), and has a particular affection for diamonds. However, all of this was due to her poor upbringing. Living a poor life and often bullied as a child, she creates a sense of superiority to cover her inner-inferiority social anxieties.
Skills & AbilitiesEdit
Unlike other Makai Priests who prefer traditional weaponry other than their brushes, Rian is also armed with a Makai Gun (魔戒銃 Makaijū?). She is also skilled in changing her appearance and as such, she often goes around places looking like an ordinary girl of her age and even does undercover work to dig out Horrors, sporting her Makai Priestess look only when she needs to fight.
Tools & EquipmentEdit
- Makai Gun (魔戒銃 Makaijū?)
After her father's, Rikyo, death during the failure of a mission with the Makai Priest Hakana, Burai and others, including the former Makai Knight Sonshi, Burai, the only one who was able to escape, brought a young Rian into his home to raise her. This only lasted a little while until Burai's friend and fellow Makai Priest, Ouma, decides that he should take Rian to Kantai at a training school for priest after Burai's guilt from the mission becomes to much for him.
Out in the forest, Rian begins training by herself until Burai comes and gives her the proper way to do her technique. Burai decides to change his mind and wants Rian to stay. Rian decides to leave for Kantai but leaves Burai her headpiece (which Burai brought back after mission from her father) and promises that she will be back.
10 years later, she reunites with Burai and the events of Garo: Yami o Terasu Mono begin.
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