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Isis Egret
Isis Force
Character profile
Age 15 (Force)
GenderFemale
SpeciesHuman
HomeworldMid-Childa (Rigate)
Date of birth0066
FamilyEgret Security Service
Work
AffiliationsTSAB, Special Duty Section 6
(Force ch.16~)
OccupationTraveler, tailor and clothier
Trainee (Force ch.16~)
Magic
SystemMid-Childa[1]
Special
ColorMagenta
DevicePerfume Grab
Production
Japanese nameアイシス・イーグレット
(Aishisu Īguretto)
First app.Force (ch.0)
Voiced byKana Asumi (GoD)

Isis Egret[2] (アイシス・イーグレット Aishisu Īguretto) is a character first introduced in Magical Record Lyrical Nanoha Force. She is a traveler originally from Rigate,[3] which is located in Northeastern Mid-Childa.

NameEdit

Isis was the name of an Ancient Egyptian goddess of motherhood and fertility, although Force's Isis was apparently named after Toyota Isis. Egret is a subspecies of herons.

PersonalityEdit

Isis is an energetic girl who is constantly in pursuit of fun and interesting things, for which she would go as far as to obstruct an official police investigation for no reason other than the thrill of it. She is also courageous enough to throw herself into a fight to defend her friends without hesitation. On the other hand, she seems somewhat secretive, as she hasn't willingly revealed her full name to Thoma and Lily and mentions in chapter 6 that her "true identity" has not been revealed yet.

In ForceEdit

Isis first appears in chapter 2 of Force (although a brief flashforward of the same chapter is included in the prologue) as an owner of a small clothing shop in Port Town, Ruwella, which she runs to cover her traveling costs. She is, in fact, a hardened traveler and adventurer who also happens to have a hobby and talent for making clothes. Thoma Avenir buys some clothes for Lily from Isis and she also takes care of Lily's haircut. Afterwards, Isis, obviously interested in Thoma and Lily, warns them that police is searching for them and helps them escape, in return for them agreeing to take her with them on their travels.

In chapter 3, it is revealed that Isis ran away from home to travel and that she is opposed to any violence. However, during Thoma's fight against Veyron in chapter 4, she leaves Lily and rushes to his aid. When it looks like Veyron would overpower Thoma, she jumps between them to protect her friend but Veyron doesn't attack, leaving her a message for Thoma. After that, she carries unconscious Thoma back into the forests and is surprised to see his badly burned arm completely healed.

After briefly regaining consciousness, Thoma goes down with a fever. Lily believes that she is the "poison" killing Thoma but Isis comforts her saying that it probably not true. She then leaves for Port Town to get some food and medicine. On her way back, however, Isis admits that Lily's words are probably true and deduces that she is a biological weapon and Thoma, its victim. She realizes that she risks being either killed or arrested by associating with them but decides to not abandon her friends. She also mentions that as long they don't die her "true identity won't be revealed".

When Signum and Cypha of Hückebein begin battle over Thoma and Lily, the Port Town authorities declare emergency state. Hearing that, Isis, who is already on her way back, reveals herself as a skilled aerial mage and, jumping off a high cliff, speeds up to where she left Thoma and Lily. On her way back, she meets Steed and orders it to search for a quick escape route. When she arrives to Lily's location, the battle between Signum and Cypha is still on-going and Thoma is still unconscious. She urges Lily to flee with her and when she tries to object, cuts the talk short and asks her to keep it together. When Isis attempts to lift Thoma up, however, he regains consciousness and pushes her away, screaming in pain. Cypha comments that since he awakened, he must be one of them.

While Cypha fights Signum, Thoma, apparently having lost any sense of self, summons the second form of his Barrier Jacket almost attacks Lily and Isis but all three of them are restrained by the newly-arrived Arnage of Hückebein. Isis attempts to break free but Arnage knocks her out. Although Cypha is initially reluctant to take an "extra" (she wasn't even aware of Isis' presence until then) with them, Arnage persuades her to, because Thoma probably cares about her.

PowersEdit

Much like the protagonists from the previous series, Isis has shown to be a capable Aerial Mage with decent skill, which is even appreciated by Nanoha. She was able to follow Thoma in discreet and kept herself at a safe distance when the former confronted Veyron. Isis also appears to have some level of enhanced mobility, having moved in front of Thoma almost instantly after Veyron announced her presence, enough for the Huckebein to momentarily comment of that.

Isis presumably practices the Mid-Childan magic system.[1] However, instead of casting magic spells, on battlefields she is an "Explosive User", using explosives and chemicals a.k.a. "perfume" mixed by her Device-like equipment, Perfume Grab. This gear and her protective clothing are both out of the Mid-Childan system but fuel-battery-driven.

Armor JacketEdit

Isis has a unique protective clothing called Armor Jacket. Unlike normal Barrier Jackets, which are powered with mana, her Jacket is powered by alternative fuels. It provides incredible levels of protection for Isis: when DeVille of Hückebein catches her off guard and attempts to decapitate her, her Jacket takes most of the blow, and although DeVille is left with the impression of having broken Isis' neck, she is shown to be alive and conscious moments later.[4]

SpellsEdit

# Spell System Category Type Rank
Armour Jacket Special Defense Field
Dusky Thrush Special Attack Shooting
3 Humming Bird Special Attack Shooting
24 Mine Cuckoo Special Attack Shooting
7 Mystic Flight Special Support Decline
5 Rumbling Sparrow Special Attack Shooting

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Magical Record Lyrical Nanoha Force, set-up scene and other artworks.
  2. ^ Magical Record Lyrical Nanoha Force characters
  3. ^ NyanType magazine Vol.1 (Force chapter 0) character design pages.
  4. ^ Magical Record Lyrical Nanoha Force, chapter 13, page 5.

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