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Origami Tobiichi (鳶一 折紙)

Voiced by: Misuzu Togashi (Japanese), Michelle Lee (English)
"It was a Spirit's fault, that five years ago... my parents died."

A girl who's top in beauty, brains and brawn. Shido's classmate, who for reasons unknown harbors very strong feelings for him. Secretly holds the rank of Master Sergeant with the AST. She has vowed to destroy all the Spirits, and is very conflicted in her feelings about the depowered Spirits who she's coming to know.

  • Accidental Murder: Turns out that the Spirit responsible for her parents’ deaths was neither Efreet nor Phantom, but Origami herself; she was sent back in time by Kurumi, flew into a Roaring Rampage of Revenge against the supposed culprit Phantom, and vaporized her parents with a missed attack.
  • Alternate Identity Amnesia: The old timeline personality would take over the new timeline’s body as an Inverse Spirit whenever she laid eyes on a Spirit. Once said Spirit was (supposedly) vanquished, the new timeline personality would regain consciousness, unaware of what just happened. This stops after she gets sealed.
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  • And Then John Was a Zombie: Her thirst for a power capable of defeating the Spirits causes Phantom to offer her a Sephira Crystal. She accepts, becoming the Spirit "Angel".
  • Aren't You Going to Ravish Me?: When several of Shido’s classmates are complaining about him (actually Natsumi) sexually harassing them, Origami is only concerned that he didn’t do anything to her and wants him to start now.
  • Armed Legs: One her AST suits she wears sports a retractable heel blade. She uses it to become the second person to ever hurt Ellen Mira Mathers.
  • Badass Normal: She's the only human girl within Shido's harem yet she is able to stand up against powerful Spirits like Tohka. In Volume 10, she manages to defeat four Spirits in their limited Astral Dresses, but she still loses against full-power Tohka. Phantom's subsequent appearance turns Origami into a Spirit herself.
  • Big Damn Heroes:
    • In Volume 7, Origami's arrival stops Ellen and Jessica's double teaming of Mana, and Origami manages to injure the former, with a little aid from the Fraxinus' main cannon.
    • In Volume 9, after Ratatoskr and Shidou's successfully destroy two satellites that falling on the city, they're too far gone to handle the third satellite. Cue Origami one-shotting it in her brand new CR suit.
  • Body Back Up Drive: Volume 11 creates a new timeline where she doesn't accidentally murder her own parents. Her old personality lives on in her new self, showing through when given the opportunity to creep on Shido or when a Spirit appears.
  • Broken Ace: She's one of the AST's finest, and has top grades at school. Despite this, her obsession with avenging her parents makes her ignore her orders in favour of charging the Spirits, and later leads to a Face–Heel Turn.
  • Broken Bird: Once upon a time, she was a cheerful girl who wanted to be a bride. Then her parents were killed by a Spirit and became a ruthless Child Soldier.
  • Byronic Heroine: Her motivation to kill Spirits, due to the deaths of her parents by one, is an integral part of her character. She's never really presented as a true antagonist.
  • Child Soldier: Joined the AST after her parents were killed by a Spirit.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Towards Shido. Half of her antics revolve around stopping anyone (especially Tohka) from getting close in her own special way.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Specifically, her house. As in sentry guns are there to keep intruders out. There's even signal jamming.
  • Cynicism Catalyst: The death of her parents at a Spirit's hands is the cause of her undying hatred for Spirits and her extreme ruthlessness.
  • A Day in the Limelight: She's been a recurring character from the start, but Volume 10 and 11 are all about her.
  • Demoted to Extra: She has a minor role in the movie and doesn't share any major scenes with Shido, other than interrupting his date with Tohka. Even Kotori and Mana were more pivotal to the story than her. Justified as she's still in the hospital from the events of Volume 7.
  • Despair Event Horizon: In Volume 10, realizing that she was the one who killed her own parents five years prior, she goes catatonic and Inverses like Tohka in Volume 7.
  • "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: Misuzu Togashi is another member of "sweet ARMS", singing for both seasons' opening themes.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: When she realizes that she’s the Spirit who unintentionally killed her own parents. When Shido later gets a close-up look at her resulting Inverse form, her face looks like a corpse.
  • Easily Forgiven: Apologizes to Shido in the classroom for shooting him. He immediately accepts (though it has more to do with the awkward atmosphere). Later antics involving military grade weapons in an amusement park that should have led to real disciplinary action instead earn her a two month suspension, though this one is justified in that it was due to Westcott interfering with the court martial process to give her a lighter sentence that what the military brass originally wanted.
    • After her powers are sealed, while she's still got her rivalry with Tohka, the Spirits, Shido and Ratatoskr all hold nothing against her. Kaguya briefly considered payback for Origami nearly killing them after joining DEM, but gave it up when she realised that her sentiments weren't shared.
  • Emotionless Girl: Almost never emotes. One of the few times she does is upon seeing Efreet!Kotori for the first time. Volume 11 explains she entrusted them to Shido, and takes them back after he seals her powers.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: After she becomes a Spirit, Origami's eyes gain the same whited out pupils that are present in all other Spirits excluding Kurumi. Origami is currently the only character to permanently change in terms of design because of this.
  • Extreme Doormat: She is willing to tolerate anything Shido might say or do if it means gaining his approval. The first OVA takes this Up to Eleven, where all of Ratatoskr's efforts to help Shido make her dislike him fail.
  • Face–Heel Turn: While always a Byronic Heroine, her fixation on finding her parents' murderer leads her to ally herself with Isaac Westcott, who provides her with new weaponry.
    • It doesn't stick, as she has a run-in with Phantom, who turns her into a Spirit. The next volume's time travel plot effectively makes it so her shaky partnership with Westcott never happens.
  • Fantastic Racism: She hates Spirits because one killed her parents. It reaches a head in Volume 10, where she uses her equipment from DEM to try killing all the Spirits, even though they're officially no longer considered a threat after Shido seals them, and is disgusted when she realized that she was turned into a Spirit herself. The Spirit who killed her parents was her future self all along, which made her Inverse when she found out, but after Shido helps her move on in the new timeline, she's able to get along with the other Spirits (albeit maintaining a milder rivalry with Tohka).
  • Faux Action Girl: Downplayed, then deconstructed. A genuinely good fighter... for a human. She's outclassed by every Spirit, and has to use dangerous weapons like the White Licorice just to scratch them. Unfortunately, this encourages her to seek even greater power, culminating in joining forces with Westcott during Volume 9, and then become a Spirit herself in Volume 10..
  • Forgotten First Meeting: It obvious that she's met Shido before, even if Shido can't remember it.
  • Foreshadowing: She thinks the Spirit that killed her parents looks like an angel. Volume 10 is titled Angel Tobiichi, and she is the Spirit who killed her parents.
  • Fusion Dance: An item based example, in Volume 15, she summoned her Limited Astral Dress and her Angel while wearing the CR Unit Brynhildr to even the odds when she fights Artemisia. The next battle ups the ante by using Inverse Spirit's Mana to hold off Inverse Tohka.
  • Go Mad from the Revelation: Doesn't take it well when she learns which Spirit may have killed her parents at the end of season 1. She suspects it was Kotori, but it wasn't. And again when she realizes that SHE was the culprit who killed her parents. It's so bad that she follows Tohka's example from volume 7.
  • Good Angel, Bad Angel: Volume 12 shows she has these representing her old and new timeline selves. The angel being her old timeline self in spirit form, and her devil being her new timeline self in her Inverse form. Unlike most cases of this trope, the angel is the Id and the Devil is the Superego.
  • Hair Decorations: Three hair clips on the right side of her head.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: She's a friend of Shido's who wants to destroy spirits where he wants to save them, protects him from Kurumi when she has every intention to hurt his loved ones, tries to kill his sister, then help him when he invades DEM to save Tohka. Ends up joining DEM when she starts to accept spirits and then becomes one herself, the door finally settles at Face after Shido seals her powers in the new timeline.
  • Hero Antagonist: Her desire to destroy Spirits clashes with Ratatoskr's peaceful methods, and some conflicts in the story could have been avoided if not because of her Revenge Before Reason attitude. She's no longer this as of the end of Volume 11, and is an ally to Ratatoskr by Volume 12.
  • Heroic BSoD: The revelation that she's the one who killed her parents hit her so hard that even after Inverting she becomes completely unresponsive to anything around her, akin to a corpse by Shido's words and unrecoverable by Kurumi's.
  • He’s Back: The original Origami's return is treated like this, when she walks into the classroom, dries Shirou's eyes with the swimsuit she's wearing, and reveals that she bought a ton of weird aphrodisiacs and love potions.
  • Hour of Power: Origami has the tendency of running past the operational time limit with some of her stronger CR units, such as White Licorice and Mordred, which renders her immobile and powerless afterwards. The latest CR unit she got from Ratatoskr, Brynhildr apparently averts this by absorbing leftover magic from its surrounding to sharpen its blade.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: Her blue eyes match her very cold and stoic personality.
  • Instant Armor: In Volume 10, she initiates a fight against the sealed Spirits by calling forth her new personal Combat Realizer outfit, given to her by the DEM.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She has little respect towards Tohka because of her personal beef with the spirits and sees her as a love rival for Shido, who is the only person she is even remotely nice to. Even so, she is not entirely a bad person and is capable of acting cordial to anyone who helps her protect Shido, like his sister Mana or (in the most extreme of circumstances) the Spirits. Upon laying her inner demons to rest and moving past her grief, she reaffirms her love for Shido and becomes friendlier with the Spirits, although she is not above competing with them for Shido's affection.
  • Leotard of Power: Her AST outfit.
  • Limp and Livid: Whenever Origami in the new timeline saw a Spirit after becoming one herself, she would go quiet and stiff before entering her Inverse form and blasting the Spirit until its apparent demise.
  • Long Hair Is Feminine: In the new timeline, where her parents weren’t killed by a Spirit (actually herself) and led a more well-adjusted life, she has much longer hair. After the old timeline personality regained control, she cut it back down to its original shoulder-length.
  • Love Epiphany: In the aftermath of Volume 11, she admits to Shido that all this time she didn't really love him, she was only using him as a Living Emotional Crutch. It's only after he helps her move on with her life is that she falls in love with him for real.
  • Meaningful Name: Ichi, from Tobiichi, means 1. See Angel elsewhere on this list.
  • Morality Chain: Despite her Stalker with a Crush antics, Shido is her last human connection. She decides to throw it away in Volume 10.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: After blowing a hole in Shido (he gets better), and again in volume 10 after she realizes that she's the one that killed her parents.
  • Mystical White Hair: Definitely makes her stand out from most of the cast. The significance of her hair colour is strengthened when she becomes a Spirit with powers over light.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Accidentally snipes Shido, enraging Tohka when the latter was about to be sealed. It's part of a pattern.
  • No Social Skills: Due to the new timeline possessing her old timeline's self after being sealed, Origami seems to have a problem acting properly in some situations when her old timeline's self becomes more dominant, especially with Shido. A private moment alone has her show the horror she feels about acting this way.
  • One Woman Army: She holds off Bayley and her DEM team by herself when she finds out that the latter had orders to kidnap Shido and Tohka (bonus point for piloting White Licorice to do so, a Flawed Prototype unit which was explicitly stated to make its pilot this).
    • In her Mordred CR Unit, she is capable of overwhelming the whole party of Spirits in their limited Astral Dresses, although the tide quickly turned against her once Tohka regained her full power.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Played for laughs, Volume 12 shows us exactly how both her old timeline and new timeline selves struggle to co-exist properly in the same body. Her new timeline self for example reacts with horror to the lack of shame her old timeline's self shows.
    • Taken more seriously in Volume 15, where Mukuro's sealing of Shido from everyone's memories doesn't work on her new timeline half, causing her old timeline self to go inactive.
  • Rapunzel Hair: In Volume 11, the Origami of the new timeline grows out her hair, though it's back to the original length by the end of the Volume, when OT Origami returns to having control some of the time.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Blue to Tohka's Red. In battle it's reversed, as Origami is impulsive and easily baited while Tohka displays calm judgment and patience.
  • Rei Ayanami Expy: White hair, Sci-Fi Bob Haircut, pale skin and stoic. She even has the Child Soldier who drives Mecha vs Person of Mass Destruction thing going.
  • Reused Character Design: Shares an appearance and personality with Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2's Kei Jinguji.
  • Revenge Before Reason: Attempts to kill Kotori by stealing weapons and going on the attack when her target is in a busy amusement park. Revenge is so much a part of her that when she realizes she's come to accept the Spirits her response is to join DEM and launch a sneak attack.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Toward Kotori and later Phantom under the belief that each one was the Spirit who killed her parents.
  • Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: Zig-zagged, in Volume 15 she both forgets and remembers Shido after Mukuro seals everyone's memories of him. Specifically, her old timeline self forgets him, but her new timeline ends up immune to the effects.
  • Sci-Fi Bob Haircut: Sports the haircut and her job is piloting a futuristic powered suit.
  • Self-Made Orphan: After having gone back five years in time to fight Phantom in a fit of revenge for having turned her into a Spirit, a stray attack of hers ended up killing her parents. Which means that she was the one who killed her own parents five years ago, and caused her extreme hatred of Spirits.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: She has no qualms about trying to seduce Shido, and will often get close to him and when making him take her temperature at the hospital, sits on his lap to do so. In the OVA, she even obeys his orders to put on a School Swimsuit with dog ears and tail, then act like a dog. In public. In Volume 12 she suggests arranging a nudist beach for Shidou, which Kotori has to tone down.
  • She Who Fights Monsters: As the story progresses, Origami's hatred for the Spirits is such that she takes increasingly drastic measures to obtain power in order to annihilate them, going from illegally taking possession of the White Licorice to allying herself with Isaac Westcott. This culminates in volume 10's encounter with Phantom, who gives her the power of a Spirit, at the cost of terrible revelations.
  • Shrinking Violet: What she becomes in the new timeline.
  • Skyward Scream: After realizing she is the murderer she's sought her whole life.
  • Slipping a Mickey: If she ever makes something for Shido to consume, it's probably filled with aphrodisiacs.
  • The Snark Knight: She has shades of this, usually when insulting Tohka.
  • Spanner in the Works: When fighting against Ellen in Volume 7, she manages to surprise her and leave a long deep cut across her abdomen. This wound makes Ellen unable to properly fight against Inverse Tohka, forcing her and Westcott to retreat.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Hepburn "Tobiichi" vs Nihon-Shiki "Tobiiti" The former is used in the light novels and anime, while the latter is used in all of the manga adaptations. Also, her first and last name are frequently confused thanks to her preferred method of address
  • Stalker with a Crush: She smells Shido's clothes when he's having physical education. She also knows very precise details about Shido's life, from the day he bought his lunchbox to his urea levels. Taken Up to Eleven in the 4-koma spinoff (but not much).
  • The Stoic: She rarely shows emotions. One thing that almost always sets her off is her parents deaths.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Extremely aloof on the outside, but also the most aggressive of Shido's pursuers.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: With herself ironically. Her old timeline's self is more of a tomboy, but her long haired self in the new timeline is more of a girly girl.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: By the time of Volume 10, she realizes that she got used to living with the sealed Spirits. However, because she still holds a grudge against them, she decides to put an end to that and attacks Tohka, Miku and the Yamai sisters, resolved to come back to a normal life. Even when she becomes a Spirit, and despite Tohka's offering to understand each other, Origami insists that she will reject all Spirits, despite having become one herself.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: She is pretty much a Bitch in Sheep's Clothing in season 1 of the anime due to her hatred for Spirits, and her Clingy Jealous Girl nature kicking in when she sees Shido with other girls. But in season 2 she mellows out somewhat, and often helps Shido more than hinder him. While she still obstructs Shido from time to time, she's much less stubborn and actually helps him out quite a bit, such as distracting the DEM team sent to capture Tohka and Shido during their contest with Miku. She really takes one in Volume 11 after Shido helps her come to terms with her past.
  • Too Kinky to Torture:
    • For lack of a better word, at least; she's so indifferent to her environment she'd do anything Shido asks her to do without hesitating even a second and absolutely not a care to other people's reactions. Which means that if he were to ask her to dress up an embarrassing costume and get on all fours, she'd do just that, as seen in the OVA (it involves a school swimsuit, dog ears/tail and a leash that is actually Shido's belt that she wraps around her neck herself).
    • In the Spirit King Game short story/drama CD, all the girls subject her to the same perverted demands that she put on them (like making Tohka expose her panties for a full minute) once they figure out that she's cheating her way into the king over and over, only for her to perform each one without batting an eye (as well as creeping out Shido when applicable, like showing off her panties to Shido when Tohka returns the aforementioned command). It's only when Shido simply asks her and Tohka to get along that she coughs up blood.
  • Troll: In order to assert that Shido is her lover, she'll constantly tease Tohka with various misunderstandings, even if they're made on the spot.
    • She isn't above posing herself as Chiyogami and claiming to be Origami's daughter with Shidou when she was transformed into her younger self by Natsumi in Volume 9.
  • Troubled Fetal Position: After learning from her trip five years into the past that she’s a Self-Made Orphan, she returns to the present as an Inverse Spirit in this position, completely unresponsive to anyone around her while her Demon King starts destroying the city. The Origami in the new timeline also finds her old timelime self like this within their mind, wracked with guilt over her parents’ deaths.
  • Split Personality: Origami's self from the original timeline transfers to the new timeline. After being sealed, they both manifest within Origami, the dominant half at any one moment is indicated by Origami's facial expressions (stoic expressions for the old timeline personality, and more natural expressions for the new timeline personality) and situations.)
    • Volume 15 reveals it may also be linked to her Inverse Form when like Inverse Tohka, she doesn't forget Shido after Mukuro seals everyone's memories of him.
  • The Un-Reveal: When Shido wonders how they will get someone to sing the band's vocals for the school festival, Origami simply activates a karaoke jukebox and starts singing. A cut later, everyone is astounded at how good she is, and she turns to the screen with a thumbs up.
    Origami: Anything for Shiori.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: She was an average elementary schooler who dreamed of being a beautiful bride. Now she has a vendetta she's willing to die to fulfill. Her Astral Dress is meant to look like a wedding dress and its Inverse is supposed to show how far she's fallen since that time.
  • Van Helsing Hate Crimes: She hates Spirits with passion and they're all evil monsters in her eyes, even though it's very clear that not all Spirits are bad.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Even by AST standards, she really takes to heart her mission of eliminating Spirits, going as far as to engage them without her superior's orders. As the story progresses, however, it turns out that her motives are far darker.
  • When She Smiles: The cover of Volume 11 marks one of the few times Origami is genuinely smiling. Even if by that point she has triggered the Inverse Form of her newfound Spirit powers. She does smile right before Shidou seals her powers, finally able to move on from her past.
  • Stepford Smiler: Zig-zagged. She may have the Stepford part down, but she doesn't really smile. Played straight in the new timeline where her parents still died a year later, but stands tall due to Shido giving her another year to spend with them and remembering the sacrifice his "cousin" made to give her that year.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Has white hair and while she's not exactly evil, she's not a pleasant person and her strong hatred for Spirits make her a dangerous Anti-Hero.
  • You Killed My Parents: This is the reason why she is so hell-bent on fighting the Spirits. After seeing Kotori's powers in action, she immediately suspects and tries to eliminate her. Turns out that wasn't the case, and that it was another Spirit who did it. Volume 10 reveals that spirit was herself.
  • You Shall Not Pass!: She delays Bayley and her DEM team from kidnapping Shido and Tohka during a festival in episode 6 and 7 of season 2. By herself.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: While dressed up as a Meido when Shido visits her. Also when she's in her CR-Unit, as well in Spirit form.

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Code name: "Angel"

Angel: Metatron (Crown)

Astral Dress: EHYHnote 

Click here to see "Angel" (SPOILERS) 
Click to see her Inverse Form (spoilers) 

At the end of Volume 9, Origami's intense thirst for revenge against the Spirits made her turn to Isaac Westcott, who was coincidentally looking for a capable fighter. Using new and improved Combat Realizers, she fights the Spirits once again in Volume 10, only to brought down by Tohka. It is then, in her defeat, that she pleads for even more power, prompting the enigmatic Phantom to make its appearance, granting her a Sephira crystal that turns her into a powerful Spirit.

  • Attack Drone: "Kadour - Sword of Light" has Origami break up her formation of light pillars and send them individually after her opponent, each gaining a will of their own.
  • Barrier Warrior: One of her Angel's abilities makes her pillars of light surround her, blocking any incoming attack.
  • Beam Spam: Her main form of attack, "Shemesh - the Sun", has her make the surrounding pillars of light spin around her and gather light particles, releasing them as a rain of energy blasts. This proves problematic for Tohka, who, as a close range warrior, can't even get near her for a good part of the fight.
  • Cool Crown: Her Spirit form's Astral Dress has a large golden headdress which looks like a crown that's twice as large as her head. Similarly, her Angel's default form, Metatron, possesses several pillars of light that surround her and, when put together, resembles a giant crown. Fittingly, the 1st Sephira which she represents, Kether, is Hebrew for “crown”. This changes into a black, spiky halo once Origami takes on her Inverse Form.
  • Code Name: Technically has two, while she calls herself "Angel", the new Timeline refers to her as "Devil" due to her Inverse Form being the form that always pops up.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Played with, while her Inverse starts out as a dangerous force, her New Timeline self takes control of it and is more noble then her old timeline self.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: While she was a Badass Normal at the start of the story, Volume 10 elevates her to new heights by turning her into a Spirit capable of rivaling Tohka at her strongest.
  • Hard Light: Her pillars of light are described as feathery and golden.
  • Instant Expert: As the first character to become a Spirit in the present story, she instinctively knew her Angel's name and powers before Tohka even made her realize that she'd just become a Spirit.
  • Light 'em Up: Origami's newfound Spirit powers allow her to generate pillars of light and change their formation depending on which attack she's winding up. She can fold them into wings for flying, send them individually after the opponent, or even use them defensively.
  • Light Is Not Good: Her mental state after Phantom turns her into a Spirit with control over Light couldn't be any worse; she deduces that Phantom, due to its association with Kotori's empowerment, might be responsible for her parents' deaths, and promptly goes on a crusade against the mysterious entity, even crossing time five years into the past to do it.
  • Long-Range Fighter: Her fighting style as a Spirit focuses on firing countless beams of light while teleporting to safety when the enemy gets too close.
  • Power Gives You Wings: One of the abilities of her Angel Metatron, "Mal'akh - Heavenly Wings", allows her to fold her pillars of light into wings and fly around at great speeds.
  • Red Baron: Her Angel Metatron is described as "Angel of Extinction." In contrast, her Demon King Satan is referred as "Demon King of Salvation"
  • Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Her attempts to find and kill the Spirit that murdered her parents ended up turning her into the Spirit that killed them, and convince her past self to repeat the Stable Time Loop.
  • Stripperiffic: While her Spirit attire as Metatron is quite tame by Spirit standards, her Inverse Form follows Dark Tohka's trend, baring her shoulders and midriff, as well as making her dress more skimpy.
  • Teleporters and Transporters: Origami is able to turn herself into light and warp away to a safe location, although Tohka deduces that she can't use this continuously since the destination is predictable and unlikely to avoid a large attack. The ability is automatic, as even Origami herself was surprised the first time it happened.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Goes from a skilled, if reckless, AST Wizard to an extremely powerful Spirit within the span of Volume 10. By the end of that volume, she also taps into her Inverse Form, becoming just as dangerous as Tohka's own Superpowered Evil Side.
  • Troubled Fetal Position: Her Inverse form sits in the sky like this, unresponsive to anything around her, while her Demon King Satan fires indiscriminately at the city below her. When her new timeline personality confronts her old timeline personality within their mind, the latter is still in this position.
  • Walking Spoiler: This Spirit form is the culmination of Origami's desire to become stronger, something which was granted by Phantom's Sephira Crystal, another major spoiler when talking about how some of the Spirits were originally human.
  • Wave Motion Gun: "Artelif - Crown Cannon", in which the pillars assemble into a circular motion and fire a beam of pure light.
  • Woman in White: Origami's Astral Dress has the appearance of a wedding dress, reflecting her childhood dream of becoming a cute bride. According to Word of God, the idea of Origami in a wedding dress is "scary".
  • You Are What You Hate: Not only she becomes one of the Spirits she hates so much, she's the Spirit who killed her own parents in the first place.

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