- "I don't like using violent means when confronting people...But you'll be an exception, I suppose."
- — Juvia to Marx Dagonet
Juvia Delphinus (ジュビアデルフィニャス, Jubia Derufinyasu) is the Filgaia counterpart of Juvia Lockser, having ended up in Earth Land via as-of-yet unknown means. While appearing to have no former knowledge of Earth Land, she has managed to establish a fairly decent life in the country of Stella, even being well known as one of the countries strongest Mages, being known as Abyss Ruler (淵王者, Fuchi Ouja), for her mastery over water-based magic, and to an extension, ice as well.
AppearanceBeing the Filgaia counterpart of Juvia Lockser, Juvia Delphinus' physical appearance is identical to her Earth Land counterpart. She possesses the same long, light blue hair, typically kept untied, and allowed to flow down her shoulders, as well as dark blue, pupiless eyes. Juvia possesses pale skin, and a slender figure, as well as medium sized breasts.
As for casual wear, Juvia typically adorns a blue dress, with frills present on her shoulders, and around her bustline, which exposes her cleavage. The top of the dress is blue, while the lower half of the dress itself is light blue. In addition, Juvia wears a pink joker, tied into a buttlefly knot, and a white hat, with a blue cloth and a pink ribbon tied to it. Because she is used to a fancy lifestyle, wearing this otherwise out of place attire in any normal situation causes her to stand out.
However, Juvia does possess a more fitting, and mostly combat-oriented attire that she wears during certain occassions. It is a light blue dress coat, with white linnings on the front, as well as fur trims around the edges of her sleeves, and around her neck, in addition to a Russian-style, dark blue hat, with the same fur trimming, as well as a yellow flower attached to the fur trim.
Powers & Abilities
Master Hand-to-Hand Combatant:
Immense Agility & Reflexes:
Enhanced Endurance & Durability:
Water (水流, ウォーター, Wōtā):
Ice Magic (氷の魔法, Kōri no Mahō):
- Delphinus is a constellation in the northern sky, and is Latin for "Dolphin".