Featherine Augustus Aurora

Featherine Augustus Aurora
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フェザリーヌ アウグストゥス アウローラ
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Featherine Augustus Aurora is the witch form of Tohya Hachijo and has been spectating Beatrice's previous games. She first appears in Dawn of the Golden Witch. Featherine appears as a mature lady with dark violet hair styled in a classic hime cut, purple eyes and a well-proportioned figure. Always sporting a composed and lackadaisical demeanour, she exudes an aura of wisdom and power. Yet, her expression may take on a hint of mischief if she finds herself entertained by something; or turn sightly pensive when she muses about the story she is observing as a theatergoer. The Great Witch carries herself with grace; but on extremely rare occasions of amusement, her face may twist into an inexplicably cruel sneer which rivals even those of the other witches—as seen in the manga. She is almost never surprised by anything—the only one exception in the story being the conclusion of Twilight of the Golden Witch in which she watches the climax unfold with wide eyes lighting up in unadulterated wonder. She wears a sweeping strapless light pink ball gown which resembles a Juunihitoe kimono; yet the layers seem to be mere stripes in green, blue and red in some adaptations. A yellow sash-like accessory is draped around the skirt. The dress is held in place by a formal magenta obi with red padding, accessorized with a red and white obijime. The outfit is complete with matching light pink gloves and a light green fringed scarf draped over her left shoulder. Pinned on to the scarf is a brooch—comprising of a striped flag matching her dress layers affixed to a star-shaped pendant; resembling a military medal of sorts. She also carries a cane. Her most notable accessory is the metallic horseshoe-shaped object that seemingly levitates around her head; later revealed to be a memory storage device which maintains her existence. Similar to her human counterpart, Featherine speaks in an eloquent and condescending manner, often referring to other humans as "child of man." She considers humans so below her that she doesn't even acknowledge their names. Like other witches, Featherine considers boredom to be a "fatal illness" and likes reading stories to cure it.

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