Clementine was a member of the Slane Theocracy's Black Scripture until she went rogue and became affiliated with Zurrernorn for protection. She was killed by Ainz as revenge for killing the Swords of Darkness. Clementine was a woman around twenty years old, with short blonde hair and delicate features, giving her a cat-like appearance. Her armor was made from the medals she had taken as trophies from the adventurers she had slain. Her favorite weapons were the stilettos she would wear on her sides, though she also used a mace and a mithril estoc coated with orichalcum. Clementine was a sadistic psychopath, obsessed with inflicting pain and torture on others. While others may have become twisted and corrupt due to harsh experience or a terrible upbringing, Clementine laughs off such suppositions about her past and clearly states that she has always been monstrous of her own choosing without external factors influencing her. While raised in the Slane Theocracy, she doesn't seem to harbor a type of prejudice towards others but rather seems to view everyone around her as a tool to use or prey. Clementine enjoys fighting and killing while relishing the chance to fight strong opponents so she can kill them and take a souvenir like an adventurer's tag. Presumably, it was her blood lust and desire for violence that led her to join the Theocracy's combat forces and eventually rose up to the ranks of the scriptures as a member of the Black Scripture. As a former member of the Black Scripture, Clementine was extremely confident in her abilities. Her arrogance was clearly shown by the fact that she preferred to draw out a battle for her own amusement while playing with her opponents, believing herself to be strong enough that caution was unnecessary. She would go so far as to declare herself unbeatable. However, in spite of her arrogance, she would acknowledge the strength of others like admitting fighters like Brain Unglaus or Gazeff Stranoff could match her or that there were others that she couldn't beat though she dismisses them as monsters which might mean she believes herself to be strongest among humans. Unfortunately, her arrogance and sadism caught up with her when she encountered Ainz, who proved to be much more powerful than her. During that battle with him, the woman eventually succumbs to desperation as she was being crushed to death by his hands showing that for all of her bravado she was nothing more than a cowardly thug who enjoyed pushing around those weaker than her but was terrified at the prospect of death and would run from opponents that were stronger than her.