Keiichi Morisato (森里
Keiichi) is a student of the Nekomi Institute of Technology and a member of the NIT Motor Club. One day
Keiichi accidentally dials the Goddess Relief Office. After summoning Belldandy by accident, he ends up wishing for her to
be by his side forever. Ever since, the two have been together. Since meeting Belldandy, Keiichi has had many extraordinary
experiences in his young life, having met five Goddesses!
Keiichi was student of the Nekomi Institute of Technology and a member of the NIT Motor Club. Keiichi
is portrayed as a typical college student with a notable lack of experience with women. One day Keiichi accidentally dialed
the Goddess Relief Office. Before he could begin to comprehend what on earth was going on, the beautiful Goddess Belldandy
warped into Keiichi's dorm to grant him a wish. Convinced his sempais (older classmates) are playing a prank on him as he
has no luck with girls, Keiichi wishes for a girl like Belldandy to be by his side forever. Much to his surprise his wish
is granted. Ever since, the two have been together. Belldandy's presence attracted a lot of attention not just in the mortal
realm. Even though he may seem indecisive and very shy, when it comes to love he is very reliable.
He is a very skilled mechanic and an exceptional race driver. His abilities are somewhat glossed over
in the OVA series, but are displayed to great effect in the movie/TV seasons, at points. After his supposed graduating from
college, he started working at the repair shop Whirlwind owned by the founder of the NIT Motor Club: Chihiro Fujimi.
He picked up the one class and actually graduated later.Also Keiichi has a sister, Megumi living
in Nekomi to and also attending NIT (much to Kei's initial chargin LOL), while they are originally from the Kushiro prefecture
in northeastern Hokkaidō (the northern island of Japan).
Simply put, Keiichi is a nice guy. He tries to be nice to everyone, and doesn't like to see anyone
hurt, or hurt anyone himself. However, Keiichi isn't stupid because he thinks about doing (though sometimes quite gullible),
and can (and will) speak out if the situation calls for it. He is also rather intelligent; for example, once he answered a
test full of complex chemical and mechanical questions in two minutes flat while the other students were struggling with more
Keiichi's pure and innocent personality also puts him in the middle of an unusual love relationship.
While he understands he loves Belldandy (and she loves him as well), he sometimes has a difficult time expressing his feelings.
However, there is no mistaking the bond between them, as he and Belldandy had passed the ultimate test of true love in the
Ah! My Goddess Movie. Finally, he also seems to exhibit unadulterated purity in his actions; he helps out others in need,
he rarely complains about setbacks, and always attempts to be truthful about any situation.
In the OAV 'Fighting Wings', Keiichi's personality was illustrated when he was able to summon one of
the Valkyrie Lind's own Angels, Cool Mint. According to Lind, he was able to host the angel with the "love of goddesses" which
he received due to his innocent personality. Because of the love from the three goddesses for Keiichi, he was more than capable
to handle controlling the angel.
is a goddess that ends up contractually bound to Keiichi Morisato after he accidentally dials the Goddess Relief Office. Ever
since, Belldandy dwells with Keiichi at the Tariki Hongan Temple in the city of Nekomi, Chiba Prefecture near Tokyo. She can
cancel the contract at anytime, but she states Keiichi is a special person in her heart, and that her purpose is to make him
Belldandy is kind, patient, and warm, not only to Keiichi, but to everyone, without exception.
She can easily sense other people's emotions, and tries her best to be empathetic to all those around her. However, even though
Belldandy tries her best to be as kind as possible, it is revealed that at times, as a result of latent jealousy, she can
become very insecure and sad, especially when she is confronted with an implication that involves Keiichi in one way or another.
This can sometimes result in power leaks that affect everything within the vicinity.
Belldandy is licensed as a goddess first-class, unlimited, and as such is highly skilled. Her power
is so great, in fact, that she is required to wear a special earring on her left ear which constantly seals the full brunt
of her magical strength. Belldandy's angel is Holy Bell; her elemental attribute is wind. Like all angels, Holy Bell augments
Belldandy's magical powers when called upon, and like all angels, she also reflects her mistress' current state.
Belldandy is depicted as being a Goddess working with the fictional "Goddess Relief Agency". Although
the series never specifically mentions her age, there are hints that she is between 18 and 28 when the series begins: in the
original manga her birthdate is shown as 196X/01/01, (the English translation offers no year, but simply says "January"),
while in the anime the more specific 1985/01/01 is employed. This should not be seen as conclusive as Eileen Stevens, who
provides the voice of Belldandy in the English language version of the TV series, states that while Belldandy is "young in
appearance, late teens to early 20s, she's ageless, perhaps thousands of years old."
Fujishima provided the character with two sisters — Skuld and Urd — each with notably different
personalities from her own. These two sisters represent the other two Norns from Norse mythology, with Urd (the eldest of
the three) representing the past while Skuld (the youngest) represents the future.
When the series begins, Belldandy is working on the "Goddess Technical Helpline" and is responsible
for granting wishes to those who call. As such, her role is similar to the character Peorth's work at the Earth Assistance
Agency. In spite of working for Heaven, Belldandy, unlike her two sisters, does not appear to play a significant
role in maintaining Yggdrasil, the "celestial supercomputer" (which is the series' counterpart to the World Tree of Norse
The "magical girl" character, of which Belldandy is an example, typically combines powerful abilities
with very feminine characteristics. For Western audiences, a comparison can be drawn with the characters of Samantha Stephens
from Bewitched and Jeannie from I Dream of Jeannie (Funny cause I like both of these shows LOL!). As
such, Belldandy is depicted as being very sweet and exceptionally kind-hearted, with very "old-fashioned" sensibilities. Combined
with domestic skills portrayed through the series and her loyalty to Keiichi, this makes her a classic example of the concept
of Yamato Nadeshiko.
Belldandy is exceptionally kind-hearted, even for a goddess. She can easily sense other people's emotions
and tries her best to be empathetic to all those around her, displaying a combination of "serene beauty and acceptance". She
rarely holds a grudge and is always willing to forgive anyone who does injury to her. Her good will is so complete that she
is willing to trust everyone completely, save her sister Urd, whom she realizes can often be duplicitous. Even though Belldandy
tries her best to be as kind as possible, it is revealed that at times she can become very insecure and sad, especially when
she is confronted with an implication that involves Keiichi in one way or another. This aspect of her character provides one
of the biggest plot points in the Ah! My Goddess movie: Belldandy's possessiveness of Keiichi could make her an easy
target for manipulation or even brainwashing, if the right buttons were pressed; her jealousy of Morgan Le Fay was what allowed
Celestin, her teacher, to lure Belldandy into his plans.
As noted by Perper and Cornog, Belldandy, as a depiction of what they term "kirei", is comfortable
"being loved and admired" and very much aware of her own beauty — yet this does not equate to vanity.
Belldandy is unflinchingly kind, patient, and warm, not only to Keiichi but to everyone, without exception.
This, however, does not mean that she is to be taken lightly; Belldandy is licensed as a "goddess first-class, unlimited",
and as such is depicted as being highly skilled. Her power is so great that she is required to wear a special earring on her
left ear which constantly seals the full brunt of her magical strength. The only time at which she has ever revealed her true
strength is during the "Lord of Terror" arc. At the end of this arc, Belldandy completely reconstructed their home from rubble,
mentioning that doing so only took one ten-millionth of her power.
Belldandy's capacities and talents are diverse, whether magical or worldly. Not only can she change
the appearance of her clothing and levitate (and, by extension, fly), but she can also teleport through mirrors, speak to
and understand animals, "see" people's emotions as auras, heal minor wounds by speeding metabolism, and "speak" to machines.
Furthermore, she is a superb cook, and her singing skills are held to be the best in the heavens. She is
also incapable of becoming inebriated on alcoholic drinks, but instead becomes so with soda. (One sip is enough to send her
in a drunken rampage — although given her personality, "rampage" takes an entirely different, but no less destructive,
Each of the fully-fledged goddesses in the series is teamed with an "angel". Belldandy's angel is called
Holy Bell her elemental attribute is wind. Like the other angels in the series, Holy Bell augments Belldandy's magical powers
when called upon, and like all angels, she also reflects her master's current state. For example, when Belldandy falls unconscious
after being infected with a virus, Holy Bell emerges comatose and covered with crystals that represent the virus.
Belldandy is introduced to the series when Keiichi Morisato, portrayed as a typical college student
with a notable lack of experience with women, accidentally dials the "Goddess Relief Agency" when attempting to order take-away
noodles (the reason is simply explained as fate in the manga and anime adaptations). Belldandy appears before Keiichi
and offers to grant him a wish. Convinced that the whole incident is a prank played on him by his seniors (Senpais), Keiichi
half-jokingly wishes her to stay with him forever. ("I want a goddess like you to be by my side forever"). The wish, of course,
is granted — thus providing one of the key premises of the series.
With Belldandy and Keiichi now portrayed as a couple, Fujishima introduces other factors: specifically
the complications caused by family and friends. Forced to leave his dorm, as women are not permitted to stay on the premises,
Keiichi and Belldandy end up living at the Tariki Hongan Temple in the city of Nekomi, Chiba Prefecture near Tokyo. Within
both the manga and the anime, the temple was turned over to them by its former guardian, Koshian, a Buddhist monk who was
overwhelmed by the purity of Belldandy's spirit and her unparalleled skills in polishing the temple altar, in cooking, and
in Zazen meditation. Koshian departs the series by leaving for a pilgrimage to find spiritual perfection, (although he does
briefly return later in the series), turning over the temple to Belldandy and Keiichi's care without realizing Belldandy's
true nature as a Goddess. Later, Fujishima has Belldandy's two sisters (Urd and Skuld) join Belldandy and Keiichi in the temple.
Although Belldandy was sent to grant Keiichi a wish and nothing more, Belldandy expresses many times
that she has enjoyed her time with Keiichi and that her purpose is to make him happy. The contract really is an excuse for
her to stay since her rival Marller, a first class demon, has stated that "she can cancel a contract with a human anytime".
Belldandy had then stated that she did not want to, because Keiichi was a special person in her heart. This was reinforced
at the conclusion of time with the "System" down, Belldandy's contract with Keiichi is effectively suspended, yet she
chooses to stay because, as Fujishima has her explain in the manga, "... I'm here now because I love you".
Urd (ウルド, Urudo) is Belldandy's
older half sister and is the second Goddess to appear to Keiichi. Urd ranks as Goddess second class,
management category limited license, similar to her youngest sister Skuld. She is the Yggdrasil System Administrator and Manager.
Though she is much more powerful than her sisters, she has not become a first class goddess. Urd shares a common father with
her younger sisters, but has a different mother, the Demon Queen Hild. Because of this, Urd is a hybrid of Goddess and
Demon, reflected in the half-white, half-black appearance of her Angel, World of Elegance. It was this inner conflict that
allowed the Lord of Terror to eventually overcome Urd's will at one point. Deep in her heart, she
truly wishes to be recognized as a Goddess and, in her earlier years, often looked up to Belldandy as a role model. This has
led Urd to quietly deny her demonic heritage, much to the consternation of her mother, Hild.
Keiichi's friends and his sister Megumi are aware of Urd's existence and her relationship with Belldandy and residency
at Keiichi's home; however, for the most part they are not aware of her "goddess" status.
For the longest time, she was unable to summon her angel since she was so scared when she first saw it and ordered it never
to come out. This was caused by her self-doubt at being a hybrid Goddess/Demon since she equated having pure white wings as
the sign of being a true Goddess. She has since gotten over whatever self-doubt that was holding her back and can now once
again call her angel at will, much to Skuld's chagrin (she had originally thought that Urd had no angel and wanted to top
her eldest sister by being first).
Unlike her younger sister Belldandy, Urd is very impulsive and headstrong. Belldandy describes Urd as being very passionate
about everything she does. Urd is a great believer in the idea that the 'End justifies the Means', although, as Belldandy
puts it: "...she gets so wrapped up in the means that she forgets what the end was." She once stole Sleipnir to get a
cure for a sick Belldandy, but spent so much time in the effort to master riding Sleipnir that it took eight days for her
to get to the place where the cure was. Another god had fetched the cure six days earlier. Despite such, she usually means
well and will do anything to protect her loved ones. Because of her being the oldest, she believes it's also her duty to look
after Belldandy and Skuld
Urd's impulsivness often makes her act first without fully considering the consequences. She is also a constant meddler,
seemingly unable to leave well enough alone. She is also quite short tempered for a goddess, and is rather easy to irritate
and anger. Urd is also notable for her tendency to lie, something a goddess supposedly can't do. Although she's not a pathological
liar, she's more than willing to distort the truth if needed to accomplish an objective. She is also very open (and rather
proud) of her sexuality, evidenced by her prevocative dress, jibs at the younger Skuld and her slightly comical distress when
turned into a child as a result of energy drainage. Her first appearance to Keiichi was through
a semi-pornographic video.
Urd has an interesting love-hate relationship with her youngest sister, Skuld. Both seem to antagonize one another at times,
with Urd usually teasing Skuld about her age, bust size, and apparent lack of talent when it comes to magic. However both
do care for each other and will come to the others aid when necessary.
For a goddess, Urd seems to have an amazing tendency to have her plans backfire, usually a result of her impulsive tendedcy
to use raw power to solve a situation. Given her power levels this tends to cause explosions. Quite often, something will
happen to louse up whatever scheme she's currently cooked up. Examples including: drinking one of her own love potions, trying
to help Belldandy bake a cake and blowing up the kitchen, trying to help Keiichi build a motorbike and blowing up the garage,
trying to dispel a number of computer "bugs" and blowing up the house, and so on.
Urd fancies herself a Goddess of Love, so she comes to Earth to spur Keiichi onward with love potions and well-meaning,
but deceitful advice, but as punishment for deserting her post and for using her powers on Earth without authorization, The
Almighty banishes her from Heaven until further notice. After being allowed to go back, she decides to stay on Earth instead,
and in the course of her time had herself a little romance on Earth. Due to problems at Yggdrasil after the Lord of Terror
incident, Belldandy shrinks while Urd becomes a child. After almost getting him in trouble when she gets caught
drinking sake, Urd spends her time as a child with a new friend, Shohei Yoshida. Meanwhile, Keiichi and Belldandy work to
artificially produce moon rocks in order to provide an alternative energy source for the goddesses while Yggdrasil
is repaired. Urd decides to help Shohei gain his self confidence, and towards that end takes him to the top of a high-rise
construction site - using it as a test for him to overcome his fear. With the moon rocks completed, and Urd once more her
normal age, she says goodbye to Shohei (presenting herself as the "big sister" to Shohei, which he seees through OBVIOUSLY),
agreeing to see him again once he has grown up.
|Urd & Shohei
Skuld (スクルド, Sukurudo) is the younger
sister of Belldandy (who she refers to as Onee-sama, lit. "Big sis" in the English anime) and is the third Goddess
to appear to Keiichi Morisato. Skuld has a Goddess second class, type one, limited license, a category similar to her eldest
sister Urd. Her true age is unknown, but her appearance is that of a girl in her early teens.
Skuld is one of Yggdrasil's system debuggers. She compensates for her lack of magic power with her
innate talent for invention which is known throughout Heaven. Skuld recharges her energy by consuming ice cream and travels
via warm or hot water. (Ironically, she can't swim.) She bears the emblem of the future.
Skuld is an engineering genius, capable of building just about anything out of the most mundane parts
under most limited resources. Sample gadgets have included: explosives, a neutrino detector, glasses that allow user to see
invisible "computer bugs," and even a device for removing a miniature black hole from Keiichi's body. Banpei is "living" proof
of her talent. She can compute equations and redesign even the most complex engineering blueprints in no time. All too frequently,
though, she forgets to include instructions with her devices, which can create havoc if someone unsuspecting of their
true power (such as Keiichi) interferes with them. Other times, she will concentrate too much on one aspect of a device (usually
power) and forgets to compensate by boosting other aspects of the same device, making many of her inventions rather unstable.
In the TV series, she has been gradually developing the ability to do magic.
She travels to Earth after Belldandy's proximity to Keiichi started creating an increasing number of
bugs in Heaven's supercomputer Yggdrasil. At least that was her official excuse, as she believed Belldandy was living with
Keiichi against her will. She tried to convince Belldandy to return to Heaven to resolve the bug problem and at the same time
with the ulterior motive of alleviating her loneliness. After realizing that Belldandy's relationship with Keiichi was not
going to end any time soon, Skuld decides to stay on Earth and act as Belldandy's unofficial chaperone.
Skuld regularly clashes with her sister Urd, particularly when it comes to Belldandy's relationship
with Keiichi. However, the two sisters do love each other and will work together to solve a problem or stave off a
In the manga, Skuld's engineering skills made her a minor celebrity around the Nekomi Tech campus,
especially when she engaged in "Robot Wars" style competition with Keiichi's sister Megumi. Keiichi's friends are aware
of Skuld's existence and of her living with Keiichi and Belldandy; however, they do not know of her "goddess" status.
Unlike Belldandy and Urd, Skuld did not possess an angel when she was first introduced. Later on in
the manga she found an angel egg in Urd's room and accidentally swallowed it(whilst in the process of performing the classic
little kid rebellion of touching something that was specifically marked as "hands off!", namely the egg.), leading to the
birth of Noble Scarlet. Because of Skuld's lack of magic power, Noble Scarlet lacked the full unequivocal obedience an angel
must have for her goddess. After interfering with Skuld's budding relationship with Sentaro, Noble Scarlet returned back to her egg form as per Skuld's instruction("If you do that again, you'll have
to go back to your egg."). Urd promised that they'd meet again when Skuld gained enough power. In the meanwhile, Skuld wore
the angel egg mounted on a necklace. Some time later, Skuld threw together a device with the intent of boosting her powers
to the point that she could control and regain Noble Scarlet. When said gadget went out of control, Urd used her angel to
save Skuld, thus unlocking World Of Elegance, and also revealing the back story as to why Urd couldn't initially call her
and why she had Scarlet's egg in the first place - Urd wanted to "try again" since she'd believed she basically sealed her
angel away forever at it's own birth. Later on the promise is fulfilled when Skuld calls forth Noble Scarlet in the fight
against the Angel Eater. At this time, Skuld had gained the necessary power to control the angel and the only thing lacking
was the desire to truly be with her.
Skuld generally carries her debugging mallet, used against Yggdrasil bugs (eight-legged rabbit-looking
entities), as a precaution wherever she goes. Yggdrasil bugs can cause adverse effects to the surrounding area such as making
it snow on a single house and causing the holy steed Sleipnir to temporarily show up in the temple, and the only way to counter
such effects is by debugging. One way to debug is through squishing the bugs with a mallet. Other ways include various gadgets
Skuld has built, such as the Mr. Bug Zapper.
Perper and Cornog described Skuld as being ""somewhat bratty" - a view that is in keeping with her behavior throughout
the series. Skuld started as very protective of Belldandy and interpreted anyone having any kind of intimate relationship
with her an attempt to steal Belldandy from her. She and Banpei repeatedly placed restrictions to limit Belldandy's and Keiichi's
relationship. For a brief while it was also implied that Skuld had a crush on Keiichi; the second special episode of the first
TV series (where she's grown up for a day) explored this angle by placing Skuld and Keiichi in situations where they appear
as a couple. Over time ground rules have been worked out and there haven't been any recent episodes of relationship restrictions.
Skuld also doesn't appear to get along with her oldest sister, Urd perhaps because Urd is somewhat
the opposite of Belldandy. However, it is slowly revealed that Skuld and Urd share a complex love-hate relationship, and so
even when they are gambling violently over rights to the television, it is obvious that they are "the very best of friends."
Being the inventor that she is, Skuld loves anything technical, but hates inefficiencies, flawed creations,
and useless mechanics (such as toys). This is Urd's favorite way of punishing Skuld whenever she touches or breaks any of
Urd's potions and such, by making her create gadgets that do absolutely nothing useful. She has a tendency to get carried
away fixing or improving anything she sees inefficient. Even when her original intention is to destroy it, she always ends
up with something much better, (and usually more destructive). Most of her inventions, more often than not, have extra functions
that make situations more complicated, including a self-destruct device in almost everything (including her Robot Wars robot...).
Peorth (ペイオース, Peiōsu) is the
fourth goddess of the series (5th in the anime due to Lind's earlier appearance in 'Lord of Terror' arc), and she enters
the story during the Second TV season 'Flights of Fancy', when Keiichi accidentally calls her up one day, much like
he did Belldandy. She is part of the Earth Help Center, and a Goddess First-class, Second Category, Unlimited. For a time,
Peorth harboured a deep resentment towards Belldandy because Belldandy had reported the removal of a bug in Yggdrasil as a
team effort. Believing Belldandy was pitying her, she held a grudge. During her stay she continually tried to seduce Keiichi
in order to seem more of use to him than Belldandy. However, after the misunderstanding is cleared up, Peorth remarks that
she does not hate Belldandy anymore, and in recent appearances the two seem to be on friendly terms once again. Still, Peorth's
incessant flirting with Keiichi puts some strains upon this new relationship.
A part of the Earth Help Center, Peorth seems to be a rival of Belldandy, both for Keiichi and for other goddess qualifications.
Peorth is also a Goddess First-class, Second Category, Unlimited, much like Belldandy, although her role seems to be different.
In the movie, she is a system administrator for Yggdrasil, the Heavenly computer maintaining
reality, Yggdrasil In the Ah My Goddess! world, Yggdrasil is the heavenly computer system that maintains reality, with the
gods and goddesses acting as its programmers, system administrators, and debuggers. ...
For a time she harboured a deep resentment towards Belldandy because of an incident that occurred while both were debugging
Yggdrasil. A bug invaded Peorth's body, but Belldandy was able to eliminate it. However, Belldandy reported the removal of
the bug as a team-effort instead of an individual effort. This was a huge blow to Peorth's pride as she believed that Belldandy
was pitying her; in truth, Belldandy would not have been able to isolate the bug had it not invaded Peorth's body. However
after the misunderstanding is cleared up Peorth remarks that she doesn't hate Belldandy anymore, and in recent appearances
the two seem to be on friendly terms once again.
Peorth also seems to annoy Urd and Skuld to no end, but she has a soft spot for Keiichi and may even harbor affections
for him. Her magic is based on the element of Earth, and indeed her angel is Gorgeous Rose. Her transportation link is a camera
Her name is derived from the original Old Norse Rune Peorth or Peorš, which has (fairly vaguely defined) associations with
'Secret', 'Mystery' and / or 'Dice Cup' or 'Apple Tree'. The rune itself can be sometimes visibe on the mark on her forehead
when she casts a spell.
Peorth is always cool and confident, even when faced with difficult situations. Her only emotional confrontation seems
to be during her first appearance in chapter 66, where her determined and one-minded nature seems to be occupied by trying
to fullfill "Keichi's heart's desire". This drive, though, is still controlled by a calm forefront, as she exhibits the intelligent
process of constructing an elaborate plan. She also remains confident in her skills, though, and eagerly engages in situations
that would be considered immature for her age, going so far as to present herself as arrogant. Finally, Peorth is very business-like
and serious when it concerns matters of great importance. She knows how to present herself in an upright, opinionated manner,
and never allows external conflicts to get in the way.
Lind (リンド, Rindo) is the fifth
Goddess to appear in the series. Lind is a Valkyrie, a member of the battle division of Heaven. In an unlikely turn of events,
Lind obtained twin angels, though at first she could only call upon one of them, Spear Mint, causing her to be teased all
throughout Heaven and Hell. Frustrated by her 'weakness' and resulting inability to call forth her second Angel, Lind threw
herself into Valkyrie training with incredible ferocity. This intense training gained Lind the reputation as a Goddess of
extreme violence. She eventually calls out her second angel, Cool Mint, by realizing that she lacked a belief in herself and
a trust towards others during her fight with the Angel Eater planted inside of her by Hild in an attempt to replace her angels
Lind's appearance in the television series is during the Lord of Terror story arc at the end of the
1st TV season. She arrives on Earth after the Lord of Terror had infected Keiichi and was preparing to open the gate to the
demon realm, allowing them to invade Earth. Lind was going to kill Keiichi, eliminating the Lord of Terror in the process.
However, Belldandy fought against Lind and protected Keiichi. The goddesses are able to defeat the Lord of Terror by transferring
him over to a floppy disk and using a magnet to wipe the disk clean. The credits of the final episode shows Lind in heaven
holding the disk in front of Peorth.
Lind's later visit to the mortal realm (In the 'Fighting Wings' OAV) of Keiichi Morisato and his
friends is her pursuit of the Angel Eater, a supernatural beast that feeds upon the angels that goddesses support. After sealing
the area against any intrusion, she set about finding where the Angel Eater was hiding. However, she didn't realise that the
Angel Eater was a parasite in her own body and that she'd been used by the Demon Queen Hild as part of a nefarious scheme
to replace the angels inside the goddesses with devils.
Ultimately, Hild's plans were
foiled by Lind and the other goddesses. In the process Lind's entire viewpoint on herself was challenged.
When Lind had first acquired an angel, she discovered to her dismay that it only had one wing.
Due to this 'deformity' she was teased by her fellow goddesses and was known throughout heaven - and it appears from Hild's
comments, hell also - as 'One Winged Lind.' However, she later found out that she had not just acquired one angel, but two.
The egg that she'd ingested had hatched and produced twins - but she could only call upon one of them, Spear Mint.
Frustrated by her 'weakness' and resulting inability to call forth her second angel, Lind threw
herself into Valkyrie training with incredible ferocity. Not once did she give up, refusing to give way even when it was obvious
that things were against her. She was determined to become stronger, which she thought would enable her to call out her second
angel. This intense training gained Lind the reputation as a goddess of extreme violence.
However, during the fight with the Angel Eater, Lind discovered that it was not strength that she
lacked, but trust. She didn't believe enough in herself, nor did she believe in her comrades. It was this realisation that
allowed her to call out her second angel, Cool Mint.
To date, Lind is the only goddess who supports twin angels. This marks her as somewhat unique in heaven
as a goddess of incredible inner strength. However, her vigorous training had buried some of her true personality beneath
an almost impenetrable network of shields and walls. After the Angel Eater incident, she smiled for the first time in a long
while, resulting in a small sliver of her true personality to shine through the walls of her long-running, seemingly indifferent