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Appearance Despite being around four hundred years old, Sphinx perpetually maintained the body of a girl roughly ten to twelve years of age. Her dark cyan eyes and charming face usually proffered an emotionless expression befitting of her mental state. As a half-elf/half-human hybrid, Sphinx's ears were distinctively pointed. She had long fluffy light-pink hair that curved outwards at its ends and trailed down to her hips. As a replica of Ryuzu Meyer, she was physically identical to the original and all of the other copies. The only thing Sphinx wore over her body was a long white robe. Even her feet were left completely bare. Despite her innocent physical appearance, Sphinx radiated a massive aura of malignance and malintent that indicated her existence as abominable. Her demeanour of evil was so powerful that Sphinx had no way of hiding it. Personality According to Ryuzu Alpha, the first few copies had broken personalities; this is shown when Sphinx had no problems with killing Libre Fermi, a fellow leader of the Demi-human Alliance, just to have someone protect her. As she has a broken personality, she doesn't have complete emotions either, being unable to understand why Wilhelm tried to keep fighting even though he was injured, however, things such as emotions intrigue her. She also has a habit of saying in short (要 you) with a verb in accordance to certain things she mentions or sees, such as saying in short: observe (要・観察 you: kansatsu) when observing Valga's actions. History Ryuzu Meyer was a young half-elven girl around twelve years of age that became indebted to the Witch of Greed Echidna. The Witch, with Ryuzu's permission, began experimenting on Meyer in a secret laboratory. Echidna sought to unlock immortality by cloning Meyer and transferring her consciousness to the clone, meaning she could live for ever through a long line of different clone bodies. She was able to create the first five clones of Ryuzu, the first of which she decided to transfer her conscious into. However, the quantity of information contained within Echidna's soul proved too much for the clone body to handle, resulting in an emotionless girl with a fractured mind who possessed a vast amount of magical knowledge and power, albeit not close to the level of Echidna herself. The girl left the laboratory and journeyed into the world with the hopes of gaining a full mind. For the next few centuries the rogue clone, now known as Sphinx, travelled the world in relative obscurity. Around three hundred and fifty years later, Sphinx became involved with the Demi-Human Alliance, a large insurrectionist force based within the Kingdom of Lugnica. The Alliance, made up entirely of the marginalized demi-human races, sought to reap the blood of their oppressors, starting a civil war as a result. Alongside the giant strategic mastermind Valga Cromwell and the master duellist Libre Fermi, Sphinx was considered one of the heads of the Alliance, although her involvement was kept relatively secretive. Two years into the civil conflict known as the Demi-Human War, Sphinx planted numerous magical circles around Castour Field (the site of an upcoming battle) at the behest of Valga Cromwell. These magic circles exploded when triggered by a person walking over them much like a landmine. During the Battle of Castour Field as it became known, Sphinx's magic circles worked with brutal efficiency, laying waste to the Kingdom's army and contributing to the Demi-Human Alliance's subsequent victory. Not long after the battle, Sphinx, Valga and the reanimated corpse of Libre Fermi enacted an attack on the Royal Castle. Sphinx was confronted by Grimm Fauzen, Carol Remendis and Roswaal J Mathers. They successfully managed to cut off one of her arms and drive her away. Upon escaping to the sewers, she was confronted by Leip Barielle who supposedly engaged in combat with her, killing her on the spot and burning her body to cinders. In truth, however, Leip cut off Sphinx' limbs and took her hostage, hiding her away somewhere underground in the Barielle territory, where she remains until this day. Roughly forty years after the end of the Demi-Human War, Sphinx was mentioned by Ryuzu Bilma, one of the other four original clones of Ryuzu Meyer. Bilma, like the other four, had remained in the territory surrounding the laboratory for the last four centuries. One night, she indirectly mentioned Sphinx to the Japanese teenager Natsuki Subaru whilst explaining the origins of Ryuzu's various clones. Bilma also mentioned Sphinx's apparent death at the hands of Roswaal J Mathers.

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