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"Even though I can't stand it when people touch me... You seem to be the only one... That's ok..."

Satellizer L. Bridget to Kazuya Aoi in "The Hunted Girl"

Satellizer L. Bridget
Satellizer L. B.
Satellizer L. Bridget
The Untouchable Queen
Kana サテライザー=エル=ブリジット (Current)
サテライザー=アロングラッチュ (Former)
Romaji Sateraizā Eru Burijitto (Current)
Sateraizā Aronguratchu (Former)
Profile
Sobriquet "The Untouchable Queen"
"Satella" (nickname)
First Appearance Manga Chapter 1
Anime Episode 1
Age 17
Nationality British
Height 168 cm (5 feet 6 inches)
Weight 128 lbs
Measurements 90-56-85
(36-22-34)
Blood Type A
Hobbies Knitting
Telephone shopping
Favourite Food Hamburgers (Burger Queen's)
Meat dishes
Weak Point Breasts
Personal Status
Relatives Howard L. Bridget (father)
Noelle Alongrutch (biological mother, deceased)
Olivia L. Bridget (stepmother)
Violet L. Bridget (older half-sister)
Louis L. Bridget (younger half-brother)
Affiliations West Genetics (Second-year student, #2 in class)
L. Bridget family (Illegitimate sibling)
East Genetics (former student)
Team 13
Status Alive
Voice Actor
Japanese Mamiko Noto
English Caitlin Glass

Satellizer L. Bridget (Pandora s/n: GR230), formerly known as Satellizer Alongrutch, is the main character of the series, Freezing. A second-year student at West Genetics, she is a highly skilled Pandora who is known as the Untouchable Queen (接触禁止の女王 Sesshokukinshi no Jo Ō) for her ruthlessness in combat. Many characters were afraid of her in the beginning because she seemed mean and cold; however it is revealed through the series' progression that she was actually shy, and had a traumatic childhood that led her develop aphephobia, a fear of being touched.

Background

Satellizer L. Bridget is the main heroine of the series and one of the strongest Pandora's in West Genetics. She was formerly ranked the number one second-year Pandora before being demoted to the 2nd rank due to Kazuya's interference during the ongoing Carnival tournament.

Known as the Untouchable Queen because of her intense aphephobia, she is feared by the students for her cold and ruthless personality. It is revealed that she transferred to West Genetics from East Genetics after brutally injuring Levon Brooks, a Limiter with a playboy personality who wanted her to become his Pandora. As a result, she was suspended for the entire school year, meaning that Satellizer would have been a third-year student had the incident not occurred.

Hailing from the United Kingdom, she is a member of the noble L. Bridget family despite being the child of the head of the family, Howard L. Bridget, and his mistress, Noelle Alongrutch. Because of this, she and her mother were hated by Howard's wife, Olivia L. Bridget, who later encouraged her son, Satellizer's younger half-brother, Louis L. Bridget, to mistreat her. However, Louis' mistreatment later turns into sexual abuse and Satellizer was forced to endure it as her mother was terminally ill and didn't want their family situation to worsen. But the abuse ended after her older half-sister, Violet L. Bridget, learned about it and moved her away for her own safety.

Upon returning to attend her mother's deathbed, her mother apologized for what she had gone through and told her to never lose and to become stronger than anyone. Her mother's words became her driving force in life, resulting in her severe determination and will. Due to the abuse she suffered, she hates being touched and goes berserk if anyone touches her. Surprisingly, Kazuya is the only exception when he touches her. Originally she doesn't want anything to do with Kazuya but she eventually is won over by his kindness and accepts him as her Limiter. Later on, she insists on Kazuya to call her by her nickname "Satella", though he still uses the senpai honorific. Despite her fearsome reputation and ruthlessness in battle, she has a quiet and reserved nature, collecting stuffed animals as well as knitting. After facing her past demons, she finally loses her aphephobia and no longer reacts when other people touch her. She has a penchant for eating hamburgers, and is often seen with a bundle of them whenever she eats lunch, often sharing them with Kazuya. She admitted to being in love with Kazuya, however, she has not confessed to him because she is simply too nervous to do so.

Despite her low synchronization rate with her Stigmata, she was implanted with six of Kazuha's Heroic-Stigmata before her enrolment into Genetics due to her family's influence. She tends to remove her glasses before a fight despite having myopia; since activation of the Volt Texture optimizes all senses including eyesight.

Appearance

Satellizer is a young woman in her late adolescent years, with a fair skin complexion and a buxom figure. She has long blonde hair that runs all the way down to her back with several bangs hanging over her forehead, and sports medium blue eyes. She also wears a blue headband over her hair to keep it in place. When not in battle, she wears a pair of black, semi-rimmed glasses with the rims sitting below the lenses, as she is myopic.

Her most distinctive feature are her large breasts, which are easily larger than the other Pandora's attending West Genetics, this due to her foreign origin. Her Genetics uniform is also unique compared to the standard issue Pandora uniform, donning a long red dress that reaches to her ankles with gold accents. The dress is open at the top, giving view to her shoulders and breasts. The sleeves have crowned shoulder guards that bear the Genetics emblem. For footwear, she wears brown heeled, laced boots which reach up to her knees over long stockings with brown garter belts.

When she becomes a member of Team 13, she wears the same uniform as the Valkyries, save for her skirt being full-length and having shoulder guards similar to her previous outfit.

Personality

When first introduced, Satellizer was deemed as cold, mean, and ruthless. After her first meeting with Kazuya Aoi, she becomes concerned over Kazuya's safety and begins to recognise others as her comrades and friends, whom she cares deeply cares for, which is shown when Satellizer relinquished all control and turned herself into a Nova Form Pandora when she saw Ganessa Roland "die" before her eyes.

Throughout the series, she is shown to have a much more shy side, in sharp contrast to her latter cold nature. Her softer side dawns primarily whenever she is around Kazuya, easily noticeable by her furious blushing when around him as she holds strong feelings for Kazuya, although she had never admitted it. However, through her rivalry with Rana Linchen over Kazuya, she is shown to get jealous whenever she sees Rana try to get intimate with Kazuya. When Kazuya snaps at her to stay a way from him for a time, she becomes intensely depressed and withdraw, constantly asking how much time is enough and if enough time has passed.

Known as the Untouchable Queen because of her intense aphephobia (fear of being touched), she is feared by most of the student body for her cold and ruthless personality. Her phobia was developed from her past of being molested by her half-brother Louis. However, her aphephobia became less intense though after her meeting with Kazuya. She also has a strong incentive to never lose because of her not wanting to have to depend on others like her mother had to.

It is revealed during the Siblings Arc that she shows a much more timid and submissive personality when around her brother Louis because of their past. But due to Kazuya's inspiring words during the clash between her and Holly, she received the confidence to stand up to Louis (and in the process, cure her aphephobia).

Story

Introductory Arc

Main article: Introductory Arc

Satellizer L. Bridget is first seen in the front of West Genetics with numerous second year Pandora laid incapacitated during the second year students Carnival. She is then put into a Freezing effect by Kazuya Aoi when he hugs her thinking she is his dead sister, Kazuha Aoi, leaving her motionless and defenceless against Ganessa Roland resulting in her loss in the Carnival, placing her as the 2nd-ranked second-year Pandora.

Later that day, she is seen with a patch over her right eye as a result of Ganessa's Volt Weapon. Equipped with her Volt Weapon, Nova Blood, Satellizer breaks through a wall with the intent of challenging Ganessa to a rematch. After a quick exchange of words, Ganessa summons her Volt Weapon, Chains of Binding, and engages. Satellizer dodges the attacks and swings her Nova Blood, breaking Ganessa's chains, followed up by a slash attack upon Ganessa making her fall to a knee. Ganessa gets angry and goes into Pandora Mode, knocking Satellizer into the wall. She then sees Kazuya, blushes, and walks away from the wall, leaving her Volt Weapon behind. She then spaces out for a second as Ganessa ties her up with chains she obtained in Pandora Mode, then squeezes her with them. Kazuya jumps in and tells Ganessa to stop, only to be knocked into the ground. Upon seeing this, Satellizer goes berserk and enters Pandora Mode, then with a quick dash she attacks and breaks Ganessa's Pandora Mode only to be stopped by Yu-Mi Kim and Elize Schmidtz for fear of her going overboard and breaking her old model Pandora Mode Suit because they have no replacements.

The next day at lunchtime, Satellizer enters the cafeteria, in which all the students back away from the Burger Queen line. After ordering a bacon burger and receiving it, she is touched by Kazuya. She quickly moves her hand away and runs to the roof of the school. Kazuya follows her and ask to be her Limiter but is interrupted by Miyabi Kanazuki who asks Kazuya to be one of her Limiters. After Kazuya declines her offer, Miyabi threatens Kazuya while Satellizer threatens Miyabi by putting her Nova Blood to the back of her neck. Miyabi then jumps over Satellizer and summons her Volt Weapon, Homing Dagger. She throws a attack at Satellizer and goes for an Accel Turn with an attempt to slash, but Satellizer blocks the daggers and dodges the turn, then counters with a strike from her Volt Weapon. Miyabi dodges, then they both charge at each other using Accel Turn. In result of this clash, Miyabi gets a cut under her left eye. Enraged by this, Miyabi activates her Ereinbar Set, allowing her three Limiters to use Freezing. Amazingly, Satellizer can still jump very high while under suppression of the Freezing effect. When she jumps to Kazuya in an attempt to get him away from the area, Satellizer is then stabbed by three of Miyabi's daggers and falls to the ground while Miyabi's Limiters Freeze her completely. They stand her up in which Miyabi punches Satellizer in the stomach and orders for an apology from Satellizer but she does not comply, instead asking if Kazuya could leave the area. Miyabi then cuts Satellizer's dress, revealing her bra (bare breasts in the anime) and punishes Kazuya for not being her Limiter. She then has one of her Limiters sexually harass Satellizer by groping her breast (in the anime, Miyabi herself did the groping). Miyabi then kicks her to the ground, pushing her dress up and pulling down her pantihose to reveal her panties while taking pictures. Kazuya, in a blind rage, uses his Freezing ability for the first time which neutralizes the Freezing effect of the other three Limiters and froze Miyabi in place. Satellizer then gets up and beats the Limiters first, then punches Miyabi and jumps on her, delivering a flurry of punches to the face. Miyabi begs her to stop but Satellizer does not listen as she summons her Nova Blood, using it to stab Miyabi in the chest (manga only) and twisting it while it is in her chest. Kazuya then begs Satellizer to stop. Eventually, Chiffon Fairchild steps in and tells Satellizer to stop, the latter leaving the area afterwards.

3rd Year Punishment Arc

Main article: 3rd Year Punishment Arc

Satellizer is confined after her fight with Miyabi, though she did not start the confrontation. When Yu-Mi Kim moves to release the sophomore Pandora, the teacher notices the life still burning in Satellizer's eyes. Miyabi's injuries were great, but she will live and continue to fight as a Pandora. However, if Satellizer would to perform another stunt, Yu-Mi threatens to punish Satellizer personally. Satellizer wonders of the power of the Numbers and Yu-Mi is ready to punish Satellizer early. After the two share sharp glares, Satella declines the experience. Yu-Mi then threatens to kill Satellizer if she were to ever hurt Kazuya Aoi.

Upon release, Satellizer is approached by Ingrid Bernstein, who offers her a handshake. Satellizer stares at the hand unconcerned, but Ingrid quickly gets hostile ordering Satellizer to shake the hand of her upperclassman. The British Pandora responds by pointing Nova Blood to Ingrid's throat, telling her to cut the garbage and say what she needs to say. Ingrid pushes the sword away and promises that they will fight in twenty-four hours. In that window of time, Satellizer will attain a Limiter and the four of them will fight, so Satella is fully punished for her actions. Ingrid warns that her Limiter, Leo, is much stronger than Miyabi's boyfriends and that she too is leagues stronger than Miyabi Kannazuki.

Rana Introductory Arc

Main article: Rana Introductory Arc

After her fight with Ingrid and Kazuya Aoi asking to be her Limiter, Satellizer finally lets up and accepts, but only on the conditions that they don't perform the Baptism. She then invites him to her room for their "first time". Kazuya goes out into the city, where he is attacked by thugs but is later saved by a passing Rana. After Kazuya saved Arthur, Hiiragi, and Rana from the thugs, he passes out and is taken back to West Genetics to be tended to. Satellizer, who had fussed about what to wear, is stood up for over an hour, and is later told by Arthur that Kazuya has been hospitalized. She rushes to the Recovery Room, where she finds Rana waiting outside. When Rana tells her about Kazuya being her soul mate, Satellizer immediately feels a sense of jealousy.

Afterwards, Rana transfers into Satellizer's class, sitting right next to her. She acts pleasant about it all, but Satellizer is still wary of her. During sparring, Rana tries to spar with her, but is interrupted by Ganessa Roland. Rana easily defeats her, proving her a formidable opponent. At lunch, Arthur tells Kazuya about Satellizer's past, and then Rana comes and eats with them. After Rana tells Kazuya to drop the "-san" honorific and simply call her Rana, Satellizer appears and takes Kazuya to the rooftop, and asks him to call her "Satella". Kazuya complies, but he still adds the "-senpai" honorific at the end. Meanwhile, Attia approaches Rana and tells her that Satella is only using him like a slave, infuriating her.

3rd Year Retaliation Arc

Main article: 3rd Year Retaliation Arc

Later that day, Rana appears before Satellizer and takes her to the Simulation Center, where Rana tells her to let Kazuya quit being her Limiter. Satellizer refuses and turns to leave, but Rana puts her hand on her shoulder, causing Satellizer to turn and attack her. They fight as Attia watches from the sidelines. Rana quickly realizes that Satella is stronger than she first thought, and activates her Wings of Light. After getting beat up, Satellizer uses Double Accel for the first time. The fight ends in a draw, and Kazuya runs in.

Attia Simmons steps out, with Arnett McMillan and Creo Brand. Satellizer takes on Arnett, and Rana fights Creo. Both are beaten to a pulp by their opponents, but when Attia and the others turn to leave, Satellizer gets up and remembers the time when she first went to live in the L. Bridget mansion, and the bitter way she was greeted. Louis began to sexually abuse her, and when she told her mother about it, her mother insisted that she should go along with it. One day, Violet catches Louis in the act, and leaves the L. Bridget house for a period of time. When she is told that her mother is dying, she rushes to her deathbed. As she slowly dies, Satellizer's mother tells her that she is a good girl and that she no longer needs to suffer, for she shall never again bow to another.

Satellizer is able to produce the same Wings of Light that Rana can, and, with them, defeats Arnett with her Triple Accel. Meanwhile, Rana has also beaten Creo. Both Satellizer and Rana are at their limits, and as Attia prepares to fight them herself, Arnett and Creo stand up and say that they can't lose either. Suddenly, President Chiffon and Vice President Ticy appear and stop the battle. When Arnett refuses to step down and attacks Satellizer, Ticy blocks her and Chiffon knocks her out with her unique "Illusion Turn". Satellizer and Rana take Kazuya to the Recovery Room. When he wakes up, Satellizer gets mad at him and tells him to stop interfering, though it is simply because she was worried. When she leaves, Rana tells him that she wants the two of them to be baptised, though Kazuya declines.

Interlude: Amusement Park

Main article: Interlude: Amusement Park

Attia, Creo, Arnett, and Ingrid are told by Elizabeth to leave Satellizer alone, as fighting her would only bring them public humiliation. Meanwhile, Kazuya is in his room thinking about what Satellizer said, when he sees a commercial for the Food Theme Park. Kazuya decides to take Satella there.

At the Food Theme Park, Satellizer is still feeling tense about the events of the other day. She and Kazuya enter in the Couples' Eating Contest, after Satella sees the grand prize: a solid gold weiner dog statue. However, Ganessa and Arthur are also taking part in the contest. The first round is five bowls of ramen. The second round is 10 plates of takoyaki, and 3 teams drop out. Then there is five servings of meat buns, and another 3 teams quit. Kazuya works hard and demolishes each course, leaving Ganessa and Arthur in the dust. For the final round, there are five super-sized hamburgers. Having pushed himself to the limit, Kazuya can't eat any more. However, Satellizer takes all five burgers and stacks them, then proceeds to wolf them down at an astonishing speed. Kazuya and Satellizer win the competition hands-down.

After the competition, Satella realizes that Kazuya always puts her first no matter what the consequences are. Kazuya tells her that he had fun, and asks her if they will always be partners. She says that they will until one of them retires, and that's why she wants him to take care of himself so they can be partners for a long time.[1]

10th Nova Clash

Main article: 10th Nova Clash

At East Genetics, Cassie is asked out by her Limiter, Kyoichi Minase. She meets up with Milena Marius, an upperclassman and friend of hers, and tells her that she does not want to join the Chevalier, revealing that she was there the time Satellizer beat up Levon Brooks, and ran away even though her level of strength was much greater than Satellizer's. This leads Cassie to realize that she is a coward, and on the real battlefield she might not do so well even though she is ranked first among all the third-year Pandora at East Genetics.

Later, four S-Type Nova appear and Cassie is sent out to deal with them along with other Pandora. After taking out two, Cassie and some other Pandora are captured and absorbed by the remaining Nova. Back at West Genetics, news about the Nova spreads, frustrating Satellizer because she cannot do anything about it at the moment. Kazuya then promises that he will fight and protect her as her Limiter, just like Kazuha who died protecting mankind in the 8th Nova Clash.

The Nova reappear, and this time they send out Nova Forms, who are in reality Pandora from East Genetics. West Genetics prepares to defend itself, and Satellizer, Ganessa, Kazuya, and Arthur are stationed at the entrance to the Ravensbourne Nucleotide. Suddenly, the Nova Forms reach them, along with Arnett. As everyone starts to use their High-End Skills, Ganessa realizes that she is the only one who can't, and therefore is a weak link. Satellizer recognizes Cassie and takes her on.

Meanwhile, Ingrid and Attia are battling more Nova Forms above them. Attia is caught off guard, and her Limiter, Mark, takes the hit. Enraged, Attia enters Pandora Mode. However, she still cannot win and is almost killed when Elizabeth shows up. Elizabeth quickly finds the weak points of the enemy Pandora, the Stigmata on their chests, and eliminates them without killing the Pandora's themselves.

Kazuya and the others have been defeated, and an injured Satellizer fights on. Activating her Wings of Light, she is barely able to fight on par with Cassie. Cassie remembers when she was younger, and it was discovered that her body had a 90% synchronization rate with Kazuha's Stigmata. Her father is extremely proud of her, telling her that she is the Lockheart's pride and that she will save humanity. However, Cassie slowly realizes that her being a Pandora was her father's dream, not hers. When her friends buy her a cell phone, he destroys it, claiming that she should not associate with "normal" people. One day her nanny brings her a letter telling her that a publishing house is interested in publishing her novel, and she tells her that following your dreams is more important that anything else. When Cassie tells her father that she wants to become a novelist, he hits her and tells her that that is a stupid dream. Cassie tells him that her nanny told her to follow her dreams, and he fired her. Cassie finally submits to the fact that she will become the strongest Pandora and follow her father's wishes.

Cassie's body talks, and Satellizer and Kazuya realize that Cassie is still partially conscious. Satellizer is unable to defeat her, and is almost killed when Kazuya uses his Freezing to stop Cassie from cutting off her head. However, Kazuya is thrown back by the force of Cassie's own Freezing. As Cassie continues to attack Satellizer, Satella swears that if anything happens to Kazuya, she will personally terminate her, even if she is dead. When Cassie is about to deliver the finishing blow, the real Cassie stops herself and starts crying tears of blood. She begs Satellizer to stop her before she hurts any more people, but is quickly taken over by the Nova Stigmata. Firing a beam at Satellizer, Ganessa stands in between them, protecting Satellizer and taking the full blow, getting half of her body blown off. Arthur rushes to her side, and she tells him that protecting the weak is a Pandora's duty. Meanwhile, the Novalized Milena reaches the core of the Ravensbourne Nucleotide, but is met by Chiffon and Ticy, who defeat her.

Arthur, in a state of shock, is attacked by Cassie, but Satellizer blocks the attack. She suddenly assumes Nova Form and, with her new-found strength, repelled Cassie's attacks, then proceeds to rip both arms and the Nova Stigmata from Cassie's body. Returning to normal, Cassie smiles and tells Satellizer to kill her. Satellizer proceeds to finish her, but Kazuya holds her from behind and tells her not to do it, since he doesn't want to see her become a monster. She stabs the ground next to Cassie's head, and then reverts back to her normal form.

Interlude: Pandora Queen Ball

Main article: Interlude: Pandora Queen Ball

The Chevalier have decided to use Satellizer as a guinea pig, since they want to study how she was able to turn back into a human after becoming a Nova Form, wanting to use this to create more efficient Pandora.

Meanwhile, Satellizer and Kazuya attend the dinner party that was set up by the Student Council to lighten the mood after the 10th Nova Crash. There, Kazuya meets up with Satellizer, but is soon pulled aside by Rana. Satellizer then joins Arnett, Elizabeth, and Attia at their table, after their invitation. There, Satellizer challenges Elizabeth to a drinking competition. Neither of them are willing to give up, so Attia pulls out her "Original Over 90 Percent Cocktail" so she can make Elizabeth win. However, Rana steals the glass from Satellizer, downing the drink and throwing up afterwards.

Later, Kazuya is seen carrying Satellizer back to her room on his back. After laying her down, a drunk Satella tells him to help remove her stockings. Kazuya, in shock, does so, and then she has him unzip her dress. Seeing her practically naked, Kazuya freaks out, but resolves to please her if she wants him to. However, when he turns around she has already fallen asleep, murmuring that Kazuya is her only partner. He breaths a sigh of relief, and covers her with her blanket.

Back at the party, Elizabeth has gotten sick from all the liquor and Rana is extremely drunk, teasing Elizabeth for her being younger then Rana.

Siblings Arc

Main article: Siblings Arc

In a dream, Satellizer has a nightmare about her being sexually molested by her brother Louis, while he tells her degrading things as a result causing her to cry. She is startled awake when he tells her, "No one else is allowed to touch you! You are mine!". After awaking she is left terrified from the nightmare. She gets out of bed, and as she passed by her mirror she notices she had not remove her make-up. She then recalls the events that had occurred last night including her becoming extremely intoxicated from all the drinking she had done and as a result she had to be escorted to her room by Kazuya. Her mind goes off in thought about what could have possibly happened last night while she was drunk and at Kazuya's mercy. She confirms that nothing had happened though, but she, nonetheless, feels depressed as a result, as she thinks something is wrong.

She brushes off the thoughts when she discovers a e-mail sent to her by her older sister, Violet L. Bridget. In the e-mail, Violet invites Satellizer (as well as anyone she desires) to her new resort in Bali as she had heard that West Genetics would be on a Golden Week Vacation starting the following week. Her sudden invite is due to her wanting to catch up with her younger sister since they haven't been in touch for a while. Satellizer, as a result, dazes off into a fantasy of herself and Kazuya looking out at a sunset at sea. She soon shakes herself back to reality as she thinks of the possibilities of him rejecting her invite. She brushes off her fantasies and comes to the conclusion to go swimming so that she could sober up.

Later, upon arrival at the one of the West Genetics swimming pools, Satellizer is surprised when she finds both Kazuya and Rana there. She hides out of sight from the two and secretly listens in on their conversation. During the conversation, she overhears Kazuya state to Rana that both his parents were not alive, as they had died when he was a child. Kazuya goes on to tell Rana that he would be staying at the Genetics over the Golden Week Vacation. Rana continues by saying that she two would be staying at the Genetics as well because of her having to take tests during the break because of her being a transfer student, and that she was also going to have the stability of her Stigmata checked. Satellizer frowns at the fact of Rana stating that herself and Kazuya should get closer over the time, and so she becomes jealous.

Later that same day at the cafeteria, Satellizer and Kazuya sit together eating lunch as she tells him about her visiting the resort for the Golden Week Vacation. Kazuya goes on to talk about all he had heard about the L. Bridget family, bringing up that it sometimes feels strange for him to have a casual-like conversation with her, as a result Satellizer responded by saying that the L. Bridget family is not that amazing, and that everyone is human despite of stature. She continues by demanding that Kazuya must come along with her to Bali for the vacation, catching Kazuya by surprise. Kazuya accepts her sudden request, stating that he couldn't say no even if he wanted to.

Satellizer is surprised when she arrives at Bali and also finds her younger brother, Louis--who was also invited by her sister Violet. Throughout the vacation Satellizer has a had time enjoy it as Louis is the cause of her aphephobia due to her having been molested by him when she was younger and had joined the L. Bridget family. Soon things became heated between Satellizer and Louis, due to the latter's desire to be with Satella and his cropped-up jealousy towards Kazuya. This resulted in a confrontation between them, with Louis ordering her to come back to him. Kazuya, on the other hand, tries to stop Satella from doing so, reminding her that she has changed to due all the experiences she has gained since leaving the L. Bridget household. Getting angry at Kazuya's words, Louis orders Holly to attack him. However when she tries to attack Kazuya, she was blocked by Satellizer.

Due to her desire to protect Kazuya, Satella finally gains the courage to ignore her brother's command and leaves her past behind. This results in a fight between her and Holly. While Holly initially had the upper hand due to her superior High-End Skills, Satella was able to activate her Wings of Light (Holy Gates), levelling out the battle while Kazuya protects her from Louis' Freezing attacks. Eventually Satellizer was able to defeat Holly with the added help Kazuya. When Holly later attempts to commit a double suicide by drowning them both, Satellizer jumps in to save them both.

Later, Satellizer is seen conversing with Kazuya at her apartment where he tells her that he loves her more for what she had done. She then shows some resolve at the fact that Kazuya had earlier told her that her past has nothing to do with who she is presently. She asks Kazuya to touch the Stigmata's on her back, which she received from his sister, Kazuha, and then ask if he'd like to become her official limiter, but then later dismisses the idea saying that they have a lot of time for that.

At the end of their "holiday", she and Kazuya are seen of by her sister Violet.

Interlude: Forget That, Let's Play Soccer

Main article: Interlude: Forget That, Let's Play Soccer

She's seen with Kazuya and Rana after lunch, wondering why her rival always followed them around. They soon come across a large crowd of students, who were apparently being teamed together for a soccer match. Rana quickly volunteered herself and Satellizer, which drew frightened concerns by the student body. Satellizer tried to refuse, until her rival put up a wager: whoever won got to eat together with Kazuya, and the loser had to leave them alone. The Untouchable Queen quickly changed her mind, and cited Rana had just dug her own grave, as England was the home of soccer.

The teams gathered together on the field, and Satellizer was disgruntled at being teamed up with her long-time rival, Elizabeth Mably. The match began, and Satellizer charged up the field, right towards her last opponent, Arnett McMillan. She expertly sidestepped around the junior, who was baffled by the manoeuvre. Her progress was halted by Ganessa Roland, who nailed her with an illegal tackle (from the front). Later in the match, Elizabeth kicked the ball over to Satellizer, who was then tackled by Rana, which shredded the front of her clothes. She fell to her knees, and covered her front in embarrassment, completely at a loss for words. She could've only watched as the match quickly degenerated into a clothes-shredding fiasco, led by Elizabeth and Rana.

E-Pandora Project Arc

Main article: E-Pandora Project Arc

Satellizer is first seen with Kazuya, as they return to West Genetics. She's not thrilled that the first person they meet on the way is Rana. And when Kazuya mentioned how quickly the week in Bali went by, she couldn't help but agree.

She's next seen in the cafeteria, with Kazuya and Rana, who was exuberant over the news that the three of them would've gone to Alaska for the E-Pandora demonstration. Kazuya couldn't understand why he was chosen, and the English Pandora replied by saying as being her limiter, he'd come with her. And when Rana proclaimed she'd make up for the time lost in Bali, Satellizer casually dismissed it. When she stated her concerns over being gathered shortly after the 10th Nova Clash, Kazuya replied it was because they were recognizing her skill as a Pandora, which touched her deeply.

She's next seen arriving at the airport outside the Alaska base. She saw her comrades shivering, clearly unused to the cold temperature. When she mentioned it could've dropped into the negatives in May, they were horrified.

They make their way to the main auditorium, where they're surprised to see everyone in causal clothing. Satellizer noted they were a little out of place, since they were still in their Genetics uniforms. A familiar voice piped up by saying the base had only recently come under Chevalier management, so it wasn't fully militarized. Everyone turned to see Chiffon, Elizabeth, Eugene, and Andre behind them, all in casual clothing.

At that moment, the lights dimmed, and an unfamiliar figure appeared at the podium. She welcomed the Pandora's to Alaska, and introduced herself as the E-Pandora chief researcher, Scarlett Ohara. She made a long speech briefly detailing the project, its importance to defending mankind, as well as Pandora's' participation in the project. When she asked for their help, the whole audience applauded, including Satellizer. After Ohara had departed, the gathered began to help themselves to the offered food. Satellizer looked on in chagrin as her rival excitedly devoured the food on her plate. Soon, conversation turned to the fact that Dr. Aoi was not the head researcher for the project, which soon got Kazuya involved. The Untouchable Queen was startled when her partner admitted he was indeed Gengo Aoi's grandson. An unknown Pandora spoke up, stating it was the first she'd heard the news, and noted it wasn't ironic that the whole Aoi family was involved in fighting the Novas. She was recognized by Chiffon as Roxanne Elipton, the strongest third year at Genetics America and the second-strongest worldwide. By her side was her faithful Limiter, Shi-Jing Hong. She spoke respectfully to Kazuya, and wondered if his family was burdened with such a fate. When her eyes turned to Satellizer, she instantly became nervous. Chiffon introduced her and the other West Genetics invitees, and the Immortal became fascinated with the English Pandora. She admitted how Satellizer had defeated Nova-fied Cassie Lockheart in the last clash, and then proceeded to grab her breasts, which startled the second year. “What the?!” Roxanne exclaimed. “These are really flexible, even though they're so big. By any chance are they implants?!” She was quickly taken aside by Chiffon and sternly rebuked, as Satellizer protectively covered her chest. When her classmate tried to say Roxanne meant no ill will, the sophomore replied she knew, she was just a little surprised. The American Pandora found her very cute, which made her even more uncomfortable.

Satellizer listened to her concerns about the project, as she wondered if it was even legal, since it amounted to human experimentation. According to the Immortal, Dr. Aoi opposed it to the end, and that it lacked morals. The Untouchable Queen then looked to a table Roxanne pointed out, and saw the people gathered there looked quite unfriendly.

Later, the three are seen in their quarters, where Rana's shocked by its extravagance. Though the Tibetan Pandora found it improper that Kazuya and Satellizer were basically sharing a room, the latter pointed out that since they were in a military base, it was only natural for partners to sleep together. When Rana countered how she could've called Kazuya her partner when they hadn't performed the baptism, Satellizer retorted by saying that since their superiors were alright with the arrangement, there was no problem. They continued to squabble, until Kazuya “resolved” the matter by letting them have the room and taking one for himself, which didn't please either of them, especially Satellizer.

After he'd left, the pair squabbled some more, and were on the verge of blows when a voice called out from the doorway. They turned and saw Cassie Lockheart in the doorway, along with an unfamiliar Japanese youth. They sat down at the table together, cups of hot cocoa before them. Cassie introduced the youth beside her as her Limiter, who suddenly rose to his feet and bowed before Satellizer. He introduced himself as Kyouichi Minase, said he was grateful to Satellizer for saving his partner's life, and offered to do the same for her if necessary, much to her chagrin. When Cassie asked if it was alright to offer his life to another woman, he quickly back-pedalled. Though the American Pandora said she was only kidding, and they both shared a good laugh, which made Satellizer smile. “I see,” she thought to herself, “so you're no longer lost, Cassie Lockheart.

The conversation then turned to her and Rana's Limiters, and the Untouchable Queen got annoyed at her room-mate for revealing that she hadn't baptised with Kazuya at that moment. When Rana elaborated by claiming she was “too much of a scaredy cat,” to perform the ritual, Satellizer rose and threatened to pummel her and send her back to Tibet. Cassie interjected herself, asking if she really hadn't baptised with Kazuya. And if it were the case, perhaps he was simply waiting for her to give the word, which touched Satellizer. She finished by saying they were having a mock battle the following day, against the “E-Pandora's,” in order to determine where they stood against their counterparts. The blonde Pandora became troubled, as she knew the project involved putting stigmata into ordinary people. Rana rebutted by saying since it was for the future of humanity, she'd gladly offer her services to help the project. Satellizer mused it must've been nice to have such a positive outlook, while her rival said she was too negative, and that it would've made her age faster. Cassie spoke up again, and said the project had struggled before Chevalier gave it official backing. And that if the project was a success, Pandora's would become much stronger and humanity would be in a safer position. Though Satellizer understood was her acquaintance had spoken, she found herself feeling uneasy about the whole project.

The next day came, and the makeshift Carnival, with all the Pandora's and Limiters anxiously gathered for the event. The first match featured the E-Pandora Rattle versus UK Genetics' Anna Parker. Rattle made the first move, but was put down in a matter of seconds. Satellizer noted while Anna was strong, she didn't compare to Holly Rose, the top-ranked third year at her academy. The next match, E-Pandora Gina Papleton versus Korea Genetics' Joan Ala, proved even more one-sided, as the former was instantly felled after receiving two crushing kicks. The third match featured E-Pandora Amelia Evans, and Satellizer was shocked when she learned her opponent was none other than West Genetics' second-strongest junior, Elizabeth Mably.

She watched as the two verbally sparred for a couple of moments, then Amelia surprised the crowd by manifesting a Volt Weapon. She then viciously attacked Elizabeth, who stopped the attack by grabbing the shaft. Amelia then freed her weapon, and began using Accel. When Satellizer was asked how she compared to her, a fellow Accel type, the Untouchable Queen replied that she was actually very good at it. No sooner than she'd said it that Amelia upped it to a Double Accel, and then attacked her opponent. Elizabeth got behind her, which prompted her to evade. But she was cut off and took a heavy right hook to the face which sent her to the arena floor. The E-Pandora managed to rise, as Novalization marks appeared on her face. Elizabeth called for the match to end, but Ohara told them to continue until one opponent couldn't move any longer. Elizabeth consented, albeit begrudgingly, kneed her opponent in the gut, then followed up with two roundhouse kicks that sent her to the mat again.

She turned to walk away, yet Amelia stubbornly rose again, which shocked Satellizer to no end. But before either could've attacked again, Ohara declared the match was over. The other E-Pandora's rushed to their comatose comrade. Satellizer watched in concern, as the fallen Amelia was carried out on a stretcher.

Satellizer's next seen in the cafeteria, eating breakfast along with Kazuya, Rana, Cassie, and Kyouichi. She couldn't help but overhear the Pandora's' disappointment in how their counterparts performed. Even Cassie felt the matches were too one-sided, and the Untouchable Queen countered by saying it couldn't have been helped, since they were once ordinary people. Her former acquaintance from East Genetics wondered if there would've been any consequences because of the demonstration.

Later, in the cafeteria, she and the others notice Elizabeth and Andre arriving, and are surprised at seeing the pair sitting not with them, but with the E-Pandora's. When her identity was learned and the people at her table began clamouring for her lip gloss, a sweat-drop ran down the side of Satellizer's head. After a brief verbal spat with Amelia, soon other Pandora's came to her seeking discounts, including Roxanne Elipton and her classmates. Satellizer could've only smiled at how her former rival could've created unity amongst the Pandora's.

Later, she and the others are called to the auditorium for an announcement from Scarlett Ohara. The head researcher began by saying from that day forward, she asked for their earnest assistance. “I wonder if we're finally getting to the real thing now,” Satellizer asked, anxious about the coming announcement. Ohara briefly gave the details of Mission Synchro, which involved linking the E-Pandora's to the more original soldiers, and using the Mark IV to prevent any possible overflow.

Some time later, she's gathered in the cafeteria with her friends, where they'd just been told about E-Pandora Gina Papleton's performance. Rana was excited, while some of the American Pandora's felt it was “nothing special.” Said individuals were quickly put in their place by Roxanne, who told them if they had time to gossip, they should train instead. She punctuated her comments by spanking one of her classmates. “Say, those are some nice child-bearing hips you got,” the Immortal remarked. Satellizer smiled at her for defending the E-Pandora's in their time of need.

Three days later, an emergency alarm was sounded throughout the base, which Satellizer and Rana heard clearly in the midst of eating ramen. All Pandora's were ordered to wait at their assigned positions, save for those designated otherwise, which didn't include either of them.

The next day, Satellizer's again seen in the cafeteria with her friends, the atmosphere more solemn than the previous day. Kazuya pointed out the E-Pandora's were not present, she noticed that neither was Elizabeth. Later in the day, they're summoned in response to a mild disturbance outside the base, by Scarlett Ohara. They watch as Ohara and Amelia have a heated discussion over the cover-up of the Mark IV's failure, along with the refusal to have granted Gina, the one who'd been terminated the previous night, a proper funeral. Satellizer was shocked Amelia accused Ohara of knowing the experiment would've never succeeded, and performed it anyway. Ohara had her detained, and then slapped her hard across the face. She then viciously berated Amelia for her accusations, along with questioning her and Chevalier. After her tirade, she turned and walked away, promising to make the E-Pandora's obey her, no questions asked.

She's next seen in the shower, as she manages to overhear a heated discussion from the other side of the wall. She hears Elizabeth expressing her concerns about the E-Pandora project in general, and asks Chiffon for her help on the matter. However, the Monster refused, citing she would've been acting against the government, which would've been seen as treason. When Elizabeth asked if they should have simply looked the other way at what happened the previous night, Chiffon replied by saying she was over thinking things, and should have simply done her job, which was the duty of all Pandora's. She then confronts Elizabeth in her room, asking why she suspects Chevalier's plan. She wondered why the supposedly self-reliant Elizabeth Mably would've sought help from anyone, and if it was for a reason she could've agreed upon, she'd offer her help. Yet the junior turned her down, said the matter didn't involve her, and walked away. “I see,” Satellizer thought to herself, “even if she'll bend her personal pride, she won't bend her pride as my senior, huh?

Three days later, Satellizer, Kazuya and Rana come to the side of the bedridden Elizabeth, along with Chiffon and Eugene. Andre sat gravely in a chair nearby. They overhear a televised report that Christopher Mably, a man of supposedly unquestionable ethical fibre, was being charged with embezzlement. André explained that the Mably family had gotten involved on Elizabeth's behalf. They requested a formal investigation into Chevalier's actions, and the financial scandal was their retaliation against them. Satellizer was shocked by what she'd just heard. Andre went on to say Chevalier knew the Mark IV was incomplete, yet they used it anyway. He then snapped at Chiffon for refusing to help Elizabeth, wondering how someone so cowardly could've been the strongest at West Genetics. He and Eugene got into an intense verbal spat, with the former falling to his knees, wondering why no one would help Elizabeth in her time of need, which incensed Satellizer to no end.

Later that night, she's seen in bed, still seething over what had befallen her classmate, as evidenced by her bending the bars on her bed. Rana tried speaking to her, but her words fell upon deaf ears. At that moment, two Chevalier soldiers came inside, saying headquarters wanted to see Satellizer. She's led to Room Three, and ordered to enter alone. Inside, the room is empty, until a familiar voice is heard over the intercom. She sits herself down, and soon recognizes it as the voice of her stepmother Olivia L. Bridget. She was actually surprised to hear from her, since she believed personal communications were prohibited. Her former tormentor shrugged it off, saying she could've done as she pleased as an L. Bridget, and then complained about why there wasn't a video feed. “She's the same as always,” Satellizer ruefully thought to herself. She then asked her stepmother why she was calling, and Olivia asked if a mother needed a reason to call her daughter. She then admitted she'd been harsh to her mother during her time at the mansion, and that she regretted it after Noelle died. She went on to say she planned to be a good mother to Satellizer from that point forward, and asked her stepdaughter to speak to her if she had any concerns. The Untouchable Queen thought of Elizabeth for a moment, but bit her lip and held her tongue. She then promised to solve all her problems on her own, which upset Olivia greatly. When the conversation turned to her father, Satellizer asked her to tell him not to worry about her, that she wasn't a crybaby, and that she'd solve all her problems with her own strength. Olivia promised to tell him, and asked her stepdaughter to come over once her mission was over, so they could have a proper family dinner. She's awoken late that night by an emergency alert, that intruders had breached Block Twenty-One.

E-Pandora Rebellion Arc

Main article: E-Pandora Rebellion Arc

She's first seen in Elizabeth Mably's room with Kazuya, Rana, and André, when a Level One Alert was sounded. All Pandora's were ordered to their assigned positions, and to eliminate all the E-Pandora. When Kazuya asked for the reason behind it, Andre replied it was a rebellion. He continued by saying the E-Pandora's have taken matters into their own hands, and taken Chevalier by surprise. Satellizer asked if it was a coup d' etat, and asked why they'd do anything so reckless. The French Limiter's reply was simple: they had nothing left to lose. They knew they were all going to be subjected to the Mark IV in the next experiment, and would've all been killed to make way for a second generation of E-Pandora's, which shocked everyone in the room. Elizabeth roused at that moment, and confirmed what Andre had told them. She even revealed how Amelia offered to be the only test subject so were friends would've been spared, yet her request was denied. Satellizer was furious at the news, and smashed her fist against the wall, leaving behind a sizeable dent. She left the room in a huff, with Kazuya and Rana in hot pursuit.

Satellizer is seen storming down the hall, when Kazuya blocked her path. She ordered him to move, and said she planned to speak with Chevalier personally on the matter. “If what Elizabeth said was true, I won't stand for it! I will absolutely never forgive them!” Suddenly, a figure is blasted through the wall beside them. She recognizes the figure as an E-Pandora, who'd apparently begun to Novalize. She'd followed by a regular Pandora, who spoke in a cold, analytical voice. The E-Pandora tried to fight back, but was knocked to the floor by a simple wave of her opponent's hand. Before she could've moved in for the kill, Satellizer moved in to protect the stranger. “Hold on! I got something I want to ask her, so back off!”

The hostile Pandora sent out more shockwaves, which forced Satellizer and Rana to scatter. Kazuya tried to hold her with Freezing, but found it neutralized by the enemy's Limiter. Satellizer was a bit worried, but took it as a sign she'd have to beat her opponent into a pulp to advance. She charged in with Accel, but found her face grazed, and then her Volt Weapon was broken by the shockwaves her enemies unleashed. Rana tried to get the drop on her, but her attack was dodged, and then she fell prey to her opponent's Tempest Turn. Watching the fight, Satellizer finally deduced that their opponent was none other than the third-strongest third year Pandora worldwide, Julia Munberk. She looked to Rana, and both had the same idea. They summoned their stigma wings and prepared to double-team the German Maverick. “Wait!” a familiar voice called out from behind. “That puts too much of a strain on your bodies. Leave this one to me, you should go on ahead.” She looked behind her, and saw the familiar form of Cassie Lockheart. Julia asked the newcomer if she planned to side with the rebels. Cassie was undecided on whether they or Chevalier was right, but since Satellizer and her friends saved her life, she was taking their side in the matter. The "Untouchable Queen" was honoured, and as she made her escape, offered to treat Cassie to Burger Queen afterwards.

They continue to run down the hall, when Amelia Evans bursts through the wall before them. Without warning, she attacks the trio, which forces them to scatter. Satellizer summons her weapon, as she sees the newcomer wouldn't listen to them. Suddenly, a familiar beam shoots between them, which forces them away from one another. She looks down the hall and sees Elizabeth, who orders her not to obstruct Amelia's path. She shakes her head, and grumbles that she didn't plan on stopping her, but rather helping her escape. When the Academy's Reigning Enforcer told her she wasn't needed, the Untouchable Queen retorted by saying it was her worrying that wasn't needed. She decided on her own to help the E-Pandora's, and didn't want or need her classmate's concern. They got into a brief squabbling match, when an unfriendly voice spoke up from behind. Everyone turned and saw Charles Bonaparte, along with her Limiter.

The newcomer denounced their actions, labelling them as “rebelling against the whole world.” Elizabeth tried to plead her case, but Charles didn't care about it, only about Chevalier's orders. She went on a rant of how the world could've been destroyed at any moment, and that they didn't have time for such trivial matters. And even if she did hear their case, what good would it have done if the world was destroyed in the meantime. “Get off your high horse,” Satellizer spoke with a dangerous glare, incensed by her adversary's self-righteousness. Elizabeth tried asking nicely, but the Young Tempest Phoenix wouldn't budge. “I'm gonna wipe the floor with those useless flakes,” she boasted, “and hopefully it'll help you realize how stupid you're being.” Without warning, Amelia attacked the world-class Pandora, as she declared she wasn't interested in her story, either. However, she took a sharp kick to the back of the head, which sent her to the floor. Satellizer was about to advance, when the French Pandora ordered them not to move. And that if they helped Amelia, she'd kill them too.

Suddenly, Amelia rose to her feet, denouncing her opponent as someone who didn't care about the pain the people she sacrificed went through, as metallic spikes emerged from her shoulders. Satellizer recognized the phenomenon, and knew she was going Nova Form. Elizabeth then interrupted, and reminded her that her goal wasn't to fight Charles, but to escape the base and tell the world what happened there. She offered to keep Charles occupied while the rest of them escaped. She ordered Satellizer, as her upperclassman, to watch over Amelia in her stead. “Understood, Elizabeth-senpai!” the sophomore replied after smiling. She led the others away from the tense battle scene.

She's next seen charging down the corridor, fighting her way through Chevalier soldiers, who blocked the way towards Dr. Ohara's office. Rana felled one with Burning Fang, while her comrade destroyed another's weapon along with her fingers. The maimed Pandora asked why they were helping the rebels, since it was essentially treason against humanity. Rana tried to convince her to let them pass, but she'd have none of it, as she manifested her Volt Weapon with her good hand and prepared to attack again.

At that moment, a familiar voice spoke up, which interrupted the battle. Everyone turned and saw Chiffon Fairchild, who began to apologize profusely for her junior's actions. She offered to handle the matter personally, and promised they'd be incarcerated and re-educated once they'd returned to West Genetics. Satellizer was livid that her student president had taken Chevalier's side in the matter. However Chiffon refused to apologize, and even said Elizabeth told them to put down their weapons and surrender, which the Untouchable Queen knew was a bald-faced lie. When she protested, Chiffon reminded her that they weren't at West Genetics. And told them if they surrendered, their seniors might have still forgiven them. Satellizer would've had none of it, as she reminded her upperclassman what happened to the other seniors who gave her that attitude. She then challenged the Monster to combat, daring her to try and stop her. Chiffon reluctantly said she'd oblige, and went to say she doubted she would've needed to go all-out against her.

Satellizer and Rana soon launched into battle against their upperclassman. They attacked from two sides, yet both of their attacks were simultaneously parried. Amelia charged in and slashed down the front of her torso, only to see her weapon break into pieces. Satellizer and the others were shocked by what they'd seen, while Chiffon apologized for what happened. “Oh, I almost forgot,” the Monster suddenly spoke up. “When I start fighting, I can't seem to stop myself. So please be sure to say 'I give up,' before I break you. I'll try not to leave any permanent damage if you do.”

The pair attacked again, but were parried once more. They then switched attacking positions, which allowed Rana to bind Chiffon's gauntlet, and left her vulnerable. Satellizer attacked from the opposite side, but her adversary merely manifested a second gauntlet, and Nova Blood shattered against it. Chiffon actually laughed a bit at her opponent's efforts, until Rana punched her hard in the stomach while she was distracted. She responded with a vicious blow from her metal claw that sent Rana face-first into the floor.

Satellizer was shocked that her rival for Kazuya's affections had been felled with but a single blow. She couldn't have denied the strength Chiffon had demonstrated, and asked if she was even human. The Monster was surprised by the question, and decided to answer it. “I am what you would call, a True Pandora.” While Satellizer didn't understand what she meant, she knew that there was something about her that screamed “supreme.” She then realized she had to push herself to the limit if she would have had any chance of defeating her, and summoned her stigma wings. She then told Amelia to go on ahead, and finish what she set out to do. After a moment, the E-Pandora bravely went down the hall. Chiffon deemed it a vain gesture, until a familiar voice disagreed. Everyone looked, and saw a dishevelled Rana had regained her footing, and summoned her own wings. She promised to mess Chiffon up until she looked just like her. The Monster admitted she hadn't held back with her last attack, and was amazed she still could've stood. To that end, she promised to have gotten a bit more serious, and reduced them to paste.

Satellizer swung her weapon at Chiffon, which was again blocked. She thought she could've broken her defences, only to see her weapon broken yet again. In that instant, her instincts told her that they were about to have been routed by Chiffon. Though she soon saw her team-mate disagreed, as she unleashed a diving kick towards their opponent, who barely managed to dodge. She then followed up with a series of punches which nailed the Monster relentlessly. The last punch cracked Chiffon's gauntlet. She then unleashed a flurry of punches which mercilessly assaulted the upperclassman and knocked her into the wall. Satellizer moved in and nailed her with Nova Blood. Even though it shattered, she manifested another with her free hand and nailed her again. She repeated the process several times with her Accel-Tempest until Chiffon was sent through the wall and onto the floor beyond it. She watched as Rana activated her Tempest Turn, and nailed the downed opponent with a Quadruple Burning Fang, which resulted in a huge explosion that buried the Monster in rubble as Rana had promised.

Satellizer gravely looked on, certain that their opponent had fallen. “It looks like I'll have to change my nickname,” a familiar voice spoke up, as two metallic arms arose from the rubble and grabbed Rana's shoulders. The Untouchable Queen watched in disbelief as Chiffon emerged from the debris, seemingly uninjured after all their attacks. “Look at how strong you are, you're far beyond what a Pandora can achieve.” She then proceeded to tear Rana's arms off her body, which horrified Satellizer to no end. “You two are much more fitting,” Chiffon continued, “to be called 'monsters.'”

In the next scene, a battered Satellizer has the back of her head smashed into the wall by her seemingly indomitable opponent. She then collapses onto the floor, defeated.

11th Nova Clash

Main article: 11th Nova Clash

Satellizer is awakened by the Unknown Type Nova's call, as is Rana. Spellbound, they pick up where they left off, fighting the Monster. Satellizer slashed at Chiffon, and left a noticeable gash in her gauntlet. Rana then created nine clones of herself, and simultaneously performed diving kicks aimed at her. However, the top-ranked junior managed to evade it with her patented Illusion Turn. She ordered them to come to their senses, but Satellizer got behind her and impaled her with Nova Blood. Rana moved in for the kill, but then all three of them were immobilized by Kazuya's Freezing. Soon they were released, and immediately went back to attacking their opponent.

As the fight raged on, Satellizer's conscious self was trapped deep within her mind, when she felt two familiar presences within, She warned to stay back, and not to have looked upon her despondent true self. “I always knew it would come to this,” she spoke through her tears. “I've got no talent or anything, so it's only natural, that constantly using the stigma's power, would eventually make me all alone again.” Rana's conscious self immediately got in her face and berated her for wallowing in self-pity. And that if she was going give up so easily, then she was going be nothing more than Kazuya's second favourite. “Who are you callin' the second favourite?!” she shot back.

She screamed in agony as she finally regained her consciousness. She looked around, and soon saw a battered Chiffon before her. She wondered if someone had jumped her while they were comatose, which made the Monster smile in bemusement. She explained that they'd gone berserk after they synchronized with the Nova, and that Kazuya was the one who saved them. They again got into a squabbling match, until Chiffon interrupted and said she needed their help.

She led them outside, and they saw three Novas attacking the base, one of which was headed straight for the Solar Furnace. When Satellizer asked her upperclassman about their plan, Chiffon gave a vague answer, and then fully summoned her Volt Weapon, which comprised of both her gauntlets and two shields that floated by her sides. Moreover, Nova Form-style spikes emerged from her back. Yet despite her appearance, she showed no signs of going berserk. Instead, she calmly asked them to stay back, and let her try fighting it alone, first.

Rana protested vehemently, but Satellizer was more fixated on the weapon Chiffon had manifested. She knew, from video footage of the First Nova Clash, that it looked exactly like the weapon Maria Lancelot, the Mother of all Pandora's, had created long ago. And that after death, it was christened, the Anti-Nova. “President Chiffon,” the English Pandora asked, “are you-” But as she reached for her, she saw her hand passed through her body, like it was insubstantial. Suddenly, a massive force erupted from the transformed Pandora, which caused everyone to shield their eyes. Satellizer looked up, and saw her upperclassman hovering in mid-air, right before the Unknown Type Nova's face. She wondered if Chiffon had just used Illusion Turn.

Suddenly, the Nova unleashed a particle beam, with Chiffon directly in the line of fire. A huge explosion erupted, as the beam shot off in multiple directions. Satellizer looked up, and was shocked that Chiffon had managed to block the attack, with one hand no less. She proceeded to block another particle beam, then launched a counter-attack which actually keeled the Nova over. She then went for the core, but her attack proved ineffective. Satellizer worriedly called out to her when she saw her getting pierced through the chest, but she managed to avoid any serious injuries with Illusion Turn. The Nova then fired eight particle beams at once, but Chiffon dodged all of them. Satellizer watched in disbelief, as she knew such a feat wasn't possible with High-End Skills, and wondered if Illusion Turn was an entirely different skill.

As she pondered the issue, her classmate transformed yet again, as her spines grew outwards, merged with her shields, and formed a giant pair of wings, with her hands fused to them. A familiar stigmata protruded from her collarbone. She then proceeded to fire six particle beams of her own, which did substantial damage to the Nova. Her otherworldly adversary counter-attacked, but she managed to evade it again, split herself off in a Tempest-Turn style manoeuvre, and attacked from four separate directions, which did serious damage. “She's stopping a Nova,” the Untouchable Queen spoke in awe, “all by herself.” As they continued to watch, Eugene explained that Illusion Turn was never meant to be used by Pandora's, but so Chiffon could've fought effectively in her current form. The battle took a turn for the worse as Chiffon took a particle beam to the lower abdomen, and Satellizer knew she couldn't have lasted much longer.

At that moment, a familiar voice called out to them. Everyone turned, and saw Roxanne and her team headed towards the battlefield. They were surprised by their arrival, more so by the fact that the Immortal had the same type of weapon as Chiffon. Everyone watched as the Nova fired again, but the Monster deflected it with one of her wings, and sent it towards the sky. Suddenly, the fighting came to a stop, and the combatants merely stared at one another, for reasons Satellizer and the others couldn't have discerned. After a few moments, an intense pressure came over the Untouchable Queen. She looked up, and saw the Nova, was actually crying. It then began to transform into a spherical shape.

Suddenly, an emergency announcement resounded to the battlefield, ordering all combatants to the underground shelter. Satellizer called out to Chiffon, as the Nova began glowing ominously. At that point, a projection of the Monster appeared on the ground, her back turned to the others. The top-ranked junior apologized to her underclassmen, because she'd failed to heal Amelia's sadness and rage. Satellizer was understandably shocked to learn the Nova was in fact Amelia all along. Chiffon explained how the E-Pandora had lost everything, and became consumed with despair. She continued by saying she could've understood how Amelia viewed them all as evil, and should have paid the price for their actions against Amelia and her friends. Despite that, she didn't want to see Satellizer and the others perish. “I'm very selfish, you see,” the Monster continued, “I suppose I've become quite... human.”

Chiffon,” Satellizer thought to herself.

The Student Council President further explained that she was similar to Amelia, in that she'd only come as far as she did because of her friends, and actually counted the Untouchable Queen amongst them, along with Elizabeth and Roxanne. And lastly, she fondly mentioned Ticy, who enabled her to live as a human during her time at the academy. And to that end, she decided to go out like a human, and protect her friends. The English Pandora was confused for a moment, but brushed it aside and again pleaded with her classmate to come to the shelter with them.

“Satellizer L. Bridget,” the Monster replied, and looked over her shoulder to her fellow Pandora. The Untouchable Queen gaped at the alien eyes that gazed at her, along with a wistful smile. “Go now, and make good use of the time I am giving you.” Satellizer saw her wave goodbye, as her image disappeared into the light.

At that moment, Gengo Aoi announced that the Nova was about to self-destruct, and ordered everyone to have braced for the impact. Satellizer and the others did as told, and the Nova exploded seconds later. After a few moments, the explosion subsided, and everyone realized they were still alive. She looked up, and saw Chiffon had managed to stop the explosion, but paid the price with her body, which slowly disintegrated before everyone's eyes. As the last of her body dissolved into nothingness, small spheres of light fell from the sky upon everyone. With tears in her eyes, Satellizer recognized it as love, which Chiffon had freely given to her still living comrades.

She's next seen in Andre's hospital room, where she, Kazuya, and Rana learn that the junior might have become permanently blind after overexerting his stigmata. And yet, he actually felt proud of his actions, regardless of the consequences.

At that moment, Elizabeth asked them to come outside with her. There, she admitted she was taking a sabbatical as a Pandora. Satellizer denounced her as being selfish, and asked who would've led West Genetics if she didn't return. She blurted out that Chiffon was dead, which made her feel regretful, and feared what would've befallen the academy without Elizabeth as well. The junior retorted by saying she wasn't as strong as Satellizer and the others believed, and couldn't have abandoned Andre after what he'd done for her. Yet despite that, one would've risen to pick up where Chiffon left off. Satellizer was about to ask the person's identity, but then realized it on her own. Elizabeth concluded by saying the person could've led West Genetics from that point forward, since she was the strongest Pandora at the academy.

Student Presidency Duel Arc

Main article: Student Presidency Duel Arc

She's first seen on the airfield of the Alaska Base, as Roxanne Elipton says her farewells. Later, when their plane is airborne, Kazuya asks about her infamous brother, Louis. Satellizer admits she'd met him, and all conversation cases after that, for obvious reasons. The death of Chiffon Fairchild, and the retirement of Elizabeth Mably, weighed heavily on everyone's minds, including her own.

Later, back at West Genetics, she hears the rumour that Ticy Phenyl had chosen to battle Arnett McMillan for the vacant office of Student Council President. She's visibly shocked, though she took it as a sign of how much Ticy loved the late Chiffon Fairchild.

She's next seen in the West Genetics stadium, awaiting the upcoming battle between the two presidential candidates. Beside her, Audrey Duval asks what she thought of the fight, though she didn't respond. When Arnett entered the arena, the infamous Mad Dog was actually cheered. Rana tried to explain that the junior was actually a nice person, though Satellizer wasn't convinced. A few moments later, Ticy entered the arena, and Satellizer was stunned by her new look, as was everyone else in the stands. Privately, she was amazed the junior would've gone so far for Chiffon.

A few moments later, the fight began. Arnett began with a No Interval Triple Accel, which specifically shocked Satellizer, as she knew her old foe hadn't employed such an ability during their fight. She was even shocked when she saw Ticy repel her opponent with punitive ease. Though Arnett quickly recovered, and followed up with a Tempest Turn/Accel hybrid attack, which Satellizer and Kazuya recognized as similar to her own. But Ticy escaped with a never seen before Illusion Turn, then struck down Arnett with a single blow. Satellizer recognized the move, but noted it was different from the manoeuvre Chiffon always employed.

Satellizer, and the rest of the crowd, was thunderstruck at how easily Ticy had defeated her long-time rival. The victor then announced her first ruling as President. She declared that the ranking hierarchy would've been observed more strictly, thus insuring a stronger command structure along with the safety of her comrades. She decreed it West Genetics' duty to be the strongest such academy in the world, which produced the strongest Pandora's worldwide.

Later, inside the stadium, Satellizer and Kazuya came up the new President, and wanted to congratulate her on her very convincing victory. However, Ticy merely walked by her, and warned her if she caused any more trouble, she'd give her the punishment Chiffon never did.

Valkyrie Introduction Arc

Main article: Valkyrie Introduction Arc

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12th Nova Clash

Main article: 12th Nova Clash

Satellizer is with Platoon 13 and the Third-Years of West Genetics participating in the joint training exercise. Once Sister Margaret begin the exercise, Platoon 13 encounters a dummy Nova, and Satellizer acts as a decoy with Rana Linchen, Charles Bonaparte, Roxanne Elipton, and Tiziana Ferrari while Ouka Tenjouin deals the finishing strike. However, the Nova stands surprising the platoon and headquarters. Then, the Nova emits a strange phenomenon that glows a bright light, similar to the aftermath of Chiffon's death in Alaska. After an infinity symbol hovers in the skies above the training ground, Satellizer sees Rana feeling woozy before she is incomprehensibly struck to the ground. A black smoke shortly and steadily covers the training grounds as the Nova begins to echo.

Satellizer then sees a visage of Kazuha Aoi, flabbergasted at her appearance. When Satellizer tries to grasp the situation, Kazuha screams at Satellizer for trying steal Kazuya from her and strikes her to the ground. Satellizer gets on her feet and begins to attack what the others only see as a black smoke or her attacking the air. Satellizer attempts a Triple Accel before switches to 4x Accel-Tempest only to have the illusion cut on her arm in a single, mighty slash. Satellizer loses consciousness, and the other Pandora attempt to attack the black smoke for no results.

When Platoon 13 gets separated and many realize the Nova are affecting the Pandora's stigmata, Kazuya is still by Satellizer when she awakens and gets on her feet. She chants that she will never lose and unconsciously bats away Kazuya with her enhanced Pandora strength that knocks him out. He warns her not to lose control of her stigmata. Kazuha continues to taunt Satellizer, insulting her and her background as a mistress' daughter. Satellizer's rage builds and she begins to Novalize, regenerating her lost arm. Satellize engages Nova Form and deploys Nova Blood once more. She lands a strike on the apparition, but as a ghost, Kazuha's illusion reforms and cuts off her other arm with her patented Blood Strike.

Satellizer continues to fight, regenerating her arm again only to lose her legs. She scratches the dirt on the ground and regenerates her lower limbs, and tuns her blade around. She adamantly declares that all she wants to is to be with Kazuya and no one, not even his sister, will keep her from that. Satellizer then performs her own patented attack Nova Strike that pierces Kazuha, only for her to realize that she has actually pierced Kazuya.

Satellizer's Limiter calms her and apologizes for not knows how insecure his sister made her feel. He kisses Satellizer and falls unconscious. Fearing Kazuya's death, Satellizer panics and begins to recall how helpless and incapable she was when her mother died. A voice tells Satellizer to relax and focus, telling her to give into a special power with all her heart. Satellizer does so and bright lines generate around her forearms that extend to Kazuya's body, and the hold in his chest begins to heal. Then a bright light surrounds Satellizer's form followed by eight luminescent wings. She is surprised by the phenomenon and looks down to see that Kazuya's wounds have healed, leaving her in tears of joy and self-contempt at her own weakness and for hurting him. Kazuya calms her once more, telling her that his sister has come to thank Satella for watching over him. He relays that she has transcended as well and now she can rest in peace, knowing he has Satellizer.

When Satella and Kazuya return to the battlefield, they hear another Pandora making her own declaration. They spot eight wings in the distance and a tattered Rana emerges from the light, becoming the second Pandora to transcend. After a short analysis on the situation, the trio resolve to face the growing Nova threat and hope to find the remaining members of Platoon 13.

Satellizer, Rana, and Kazuya come to the aid of Arnett McMillan and an armless Charles, easily obliterating the saurian Nova attempting to eat them. When Charles informs them of Roxanne's desperate situation, the five of them rush the American's location, only to find the Pandora in the clutches of the Nova Commander, her Anti-Nova chipping away. They witness Roxanne's eyes Novalize and her body bears marks of crystallization. She attacks bearing her full weapon and the transcendent wings of light. Satellizer attempts to attack the Nova Commander, her weapon not doing a thing and Kazuya's Freezing failing. Meanwhile Rana fights Roxanne culminating in The Immortal regaining her consciousness moments away from Rana executing her. Roxanne in a broken tone warns her allies of the challenge this Nova presents and shatters her body with the full extent of Anti-Nova, only her lower half still standing on the ground.

Enraged, Rana and Satellizer attack the Nova only for it to teleport away with the Illusion Turn. Satellizer experiences the same aura Chiffon emitted when she fought even when she was not serious. Satellizer's is overcome with instinctive fear but decides to keep fighting only for a portion of her midsection to be blown off by the Nova's silent wave of her hand. When Arnett and Rana continue fighting, she analyses the Nova's defences. She realizes the its natural defences can deflect and shatter Arnett's weapon, but requires an invisible shield to withstand the transcendent Rana's attacks. She also knows that the Nova can only use the shield in one direction and cannot defend against two different attacks. She then tells Kazuya to step away for a bit and she illuminates a burning light. She listens to Arnett and Rana's attacks and knows she needs to plan her attack perfectly. She transcends a Sextuple Accel and when Rana's attack is blocked b the Nova's shield, the Nova's head suddenly disappears. They all see wings of light speed across the battlefield, and Satellizer crashes on the ground, overcome by her power and unable to move. They initially rejoice at the Nova's defeat, but the commander generates a new head, bearing a frighteningly human visage, and long flowing hair.

The Nova defeats Arnett and Rana and moves to kill Satellizer and Kazuya, who are huddled together in their last moments. Suddenly, a strange pink-haired woman appeared on the scene, and offered to "play" with the Nova to play. First the woman, wielding a warhammer has it illuminate, and Arnett, Rana, Charles, and Satellizer's wounds are completely healed as well as Roxanne's body is thoroughly restored. The girls then scream for the newcomer to see the Nova Commander about to attack. Satellizer looks away in fear of a headless woman, but she is completely unharmed. Satellizer watches as the pick-haired girl bashes the Nova with her a hammer, a misplaced smile on her face the entire swing.

The girls are astonished that the girl defeated the commander in a single strike whilst all of them would have been killed. Kazuya questions the girl and Satellizer doesn't understand when he says she is part of his grandfather's research. Three other girls then arrive on the scene, including Lucy Renault, who merely relates to all of them the "Humanoid Forms" have been eliminated. A blond-haired woman pulls Kazuya in for a hug, Rana and Satellizer again fearful of the woman's power. The pair pull him away only to be reprimanded by Roxanne. Gengo and direct superior, Su-Na, arrive on the scene via helicopter and inform the girls that they women they have just met are the Legendary Pandora, hundreds of times stronger than the average Pandora and Kazuya's family.

Busters Arc

Main article: Busters Arc

Satellizer is first shown in the holding facility cafeteria, frustrated that she hadn't seen Kazuya since the 12th Nova Clash came to an end. Suddenly, she hears a voice calling out to her. She soon finds the voice belonged to one Rana Lichen, who told her that Kazuya was in Building D. She was initially excited, until her rival added that only those involved with the Legendary Pandora's could've entered Building D. "Kazuya is my Limiter!" Satellizer declared in frustration. "I have the right to be with him!" Her protests came to a stop when Rana pointed out that she hadn't baptised with Kazuya. "That baptism thing again," she thought to herself in annoyance. Rana then changed the subject with more appealing news.

She and Rana Linchen are later shown in the aftermath of the reunion of Team Elizabeth, after their leader got decked by acting leader Arnett McMillan. Satellizer watched as the Mad Dog then helped up her leader, and hugged her with tears in her eyes.  When asked if she wanted to have greeted Elizabeth, the "Untouchable Queen" countered that she could've done it later.

She's next seen outside Building D, with the entrance guarded by two Chevalier soldiers. Rana noted the tight security before them, and Satellizer suggested they break on through. Before said plan could've been enacted, they saw Kazuya run out towards them. 

When Satellizer took hold of his shoulders and asked if they could've been together again, her hand was slapped away. She was hurt by Kazuya's rejection, even more so when he told her to stay away from him for a little while.  Rana tried to have intervened on her behalf, but the Aoi lad proclaimed he didn't want to have seen her, and ran away. "A little while," Satellizer asked with a dazed look, "how long is that? An hour, two hours, is that enough? how about half a day, is that good?"

She's next seen sitting on her bed, brooding over Kazuya's continued absence. "It's been six hours now," she grumbled, "how long is a little while supposed to be? How many more hours do I have to wait?" Rana tried to console her, but with little success.

Shortly afterwards, she is seen in street clothes beside her romantic rival, Ouka Honda. They were chosen by Su-Na Lee to have participated in escorting Kazuya and the Legendary Pandora's through town. Their team instructor then asked why they were frowning so much, and wondered if it could've been because they were in the presence of such "super senpai."

Satellizer then tries to look at Kazuya, as Kazuya turns his head toward her, but he quickly turns his head away, which upsets Satellizer very much. Ouka notices her feelings and proceeds to ask her if the latter had a fight, to which Satellizer answers no. Ouka then smiles saying that Satellizer's relationship went exactly as she predicted saying that Kazuya is tired of her and has now found a more beautiful woman, that Satellizer could not hope to compete with. Satellizer then tells Ouka that she just admitted to the fact that Satellizer is more Kazuya's type. Ouka is angered by this comment and suggested they ask Kazuya who he preferred more.  At that moment, Lucy Renault intervened and told them not to disrupt Kazuya's precious family time, and gave them a foreboding smile which intimidated them into compliance. Satellizer is then given an ice cream by Su-Na, but she does not like it. 

When Satellizer and Ouka see Cassandra strangling a civilian woman, the girls immediately jump to intervene. They are repelled by a swing of Windy May's warhammer. They watch as the third Legendary Pandora calms her sister.

Later, she and Rana meet with Arnett, and they seem to have returned to being friends. They discuss Kazuya's recent treatment of Satella, leaving Arnett disgusted but Satellizer confused about her next move. The three girls go to Elizabeth Mably, but she is cold because Satella did not greet her senior upon her return. Satellizer quickly becomes annoyed, but Elizabeth offers her advice even if it is love advice. She bluntly and mercilessly explains that everything is Satellizer's fault. Because she will not perform the Baptism not physically commit to Kazuya, he's getting frustrated. Even more, the pair have grown through the Alaska incident as well as the 12th Nova Clash, and Satella is still unresponsive. The English junior is at a loss for words. When she refers Elizabeth as her "senpai," something Elizabeth has wanted to hear since the beginning of the year, Elizabeth whispers one last piece of advice into Satella's ear, and she shouts that she could never do such a thing.

Satella then appears with Rana entering the dinner party in long light-coloured strapless dress, receiving positive attention from onlookers while she is a little embarrassed. 

Abilities

As a Pandora, Satellizer possesses enhanced strength and endurance, and is a skilled swords-woman when wielding Nova Blood (ノヴァ・ブラッド, Nova Buraddo), a giant mid-handled blade with its blade running down the guard. While in Pandora Mode (manga version), Nova Blood can be attached to Satella's Pandora Suit on either forearm, serving as an arm-mounted blade. Ironically, her Volt Weapon bears the same name as the blade wielded by the legendary Pandora, Kazuha Aoi. It's not truly surprising, as she bears six of Kazuha's stigmas in her body.[2]

Because she can only use the Accel Turn, she is identified as an Accel-type Pandora, her abilities including Double Accel (both variations) and Triple Accel. In her fight against Cassie Lockheart during the 10th Nova Clash, she exhibits the ability to open the Holy Gates at will and use an Accel Turn that seem like a Tempest Turn since she was able to create a copy of herself the first time and two copies the second.[3]

She also showed that she could turn into a Nova Form state (although it was due to excessive anger) and she needed assistance from Kazuya Aoi to be able to return to sanity again. She is the only Pandora in the series that has returned from Nova Form. While in Nova Form, Satellizer displayed the ability to use Quintuple Accel, a variation of the Accel Turn that far surpasses Cassie's Quadruple Accel, being able to make Tempest Turn-like copies of herself through sheer velocity.[4]

Satellizer, like Rana, also possesses the ability to generate Wings of Light, as shown during her fight with Arnett. This form was identified by Rana as the "Holy Gates".[5]

During her fight with Chiffon it was shown that Satellizer can create two Nova Blood blades, one in each hand.

During her fight against the phantom of Kazuha Aoi, she utilized high-speed regeneration while in Nova Form.  She also developed a special attack called Nova Strike, similar to Kazuha's Blood Strike.

After she transcends, her powers grow tremendously, as evidenced by her trouncing the previously indomitable Humanoid Novas. She later demonstrated her ability to exceed a Sextuple Accel in order to decapitate the Nova Commander during the 12th Nova Clash.

Relationships

Kazuya Aoi

Kazuya Aoi is her Limiter, as he and her older sister Violet are the only people who can touch her without her feeling uncomfortable. She has admitted to be in love with Kazuya to her brother Louis, but has not yet admitted it to Kazuya himself. As the series has gone on, she has shown an increasing devotion and something of a dependence on him. This is shown intensely when she is shown pining for him when he is quarantined, and when he comes running out of the building she is immensely relieved, only to be sent into a spiralling depression when he tells her to stay away from him for a while, only to keep asking how long a while is in an shaking voice.

Rana Linchen

Rana is Satellizer's rival. They both argue over who should get Kazuya as a Limiter. Though they are rivals for his affection, Rana has shown to be her friend, especially when she comforted her after Kazuya's outburst.

Louis L. Bridget

Before she became a Pandora, Satellizer lived in the L. Bridget mansion along with Violet and Louis. For most of her childhood, Louis sexually harassed her, which led to her aphephobia. It is revealed that she still cares for him because he's her brother. He is also the first person whom she openly admits being in love with Kazuya to, though it took a while pleading with him to have him leave Kazuya alone.

Violet L. Bridget

Violet is Satellizer's older half-sister. She gets along well with Satella and shows no signs of dislike or hatred towards her, unlike Violet's mother and Louis. Like Kazuya, she is also able to touch Satellizer without her feeling uncomfortable. She has seen Satellizer as her true sister from their first meeting, and cares about her enough that when she discovers Louis's abuse, she strikes him across the face in anger.

Noelle Alongrutch

Noelle is Satellizer's birth mother. Seeing her mother so powerless in the L. Bridget house and later dying led to Satellizer swearing to never bow her head to anyone no matter what.

Cassie Lockheart

A year before Kazuya transferred to West Genetics, when Satella still attended East Genetics, Cassie found her after she had attacked a boy named Levon Brooks who has asked to be Satellizer's Limiter. Cassie was easily stronger than her, but her determination to win stunned Cassie, who later ran away. After the events of the 10th Nova Clash, Satellizer is still cautious around Cassie, but they seem to be on better terms.

Kazuha Aoi

There is an unstated jealousy toward Kazuya's sister. Satella desires Kazuya's full attention and devotion, and feels Kazuha still holds a piece of him. This is the reason Kazuha was the phantom that appeared to her during the dummy test. Taunting Satella that Kazuya would always belong to her. It took Kazuya to receive a fatal strike from the delusional Pandora, to have her break loose out of her hallucination and prove that he no longer needed his sister; as he had her.

Ganessa Roland

Satellizer openly despises Ganessa for her bratty attitude and the fact that she took the #1 rank in the Carnival by a technicality, however after Ganessa saves Satellizer from death and calls her a comrade, prompting Satellizer's stigmata rate to increase out of anger for her fallen comrade.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Satellizer has the biggest bust size in West Genetics' student body, that excluding Yu-Mi Kim who has the biggest bust size in the entire series (95 cm/38 in).
  • Satellizer is the first British Pandora introduced in the series.
  • Outside of Freezing, Satellizer is the official mascot for the Cross Make hentai dōjinshi series, being featured on every cover since its induction.
  • Satellizer was featured on the inside cover of volume 4 of the Korean manhwa Aflame Inferno alongside male protagonist Shi-Chan Kang. Lim and Kim wrote and illustrated Aflame Inferno prior to them creating Freezing.[6]
  • The original Korean rendering of her name is 사테라이자 팬아트 (Saterayija Paenahteu), which has a very different surname. The revised name is 사테라이자 엘 브리짓 (Satelaija el Beulijis), though "브리짓" is a rendering used for "Bridget", so the name is more closely "Satelaija el Bridget".
  • Satellizer and Kazuya made a brief cameo appearance in chapter 18 of The Phantom King manhwa. Lim and Yoon wrote and illustrated The Phantom King prior to them creating Freezing: Zero.[7]
  • Though she is considered a strong Pandora, it was revealed after the thirty lap exercise that without her stigmata, her physical condition is scant better than that of the Valkyries, whom lack many of the benefits Pandora's enjoy.  Whether it is still in issue in light of her transcendence remains to be seen.

References

  1. Freezing manga; Volume 4, Chapter 24
  2. Freezing manga; Chapter 1
  3. Freezing manga; Chapter 33-34
  4. Freezing manga; Chapter 35-37
  5. Freezing manga; Chapters 21,33
  6. Aflame Inferno; Volume 4
  7. The Phantom King manhwa; Volume 4, Chapter 18

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