When Suzuno first encounters the demons of Villa Rosa Sasazuka, she appears as a kind and caring neighbor, commonly doing chores around the Devil's Castle and cooking for them, even donating a large box of udon noodles to them as a house-warming gift. She tends to dote on them; hand-feeding Maou, preparing lavish multi-layered bentos for him to take to work, cleaning the apartment, and even instructing the normally-lazy Urushihara on how to prepare meals. Her neighborly charm was actually an elaborate act in order to get close to the Demon King so that she could eliminate him, yet in spite of receiving outdated information concerning the culture, language, and customs of modern Japanese society, Crestia Bell was shown to be a skilled actor. Her apparent congeniality and charitable behavior is such that even the perceptive Emi Yusa believed Suzuno to be in love with the Demon King at first glance, the act initially fooling the normally paranoid hero into letting her guard down around her. Ironically, Sadao was not fooled by her act from the beginning, having quickly deduced early on that a young girl moving next door to an apartment of single men and spoiling them was far too unlikely to ever happen. Suzunosad "I never wanted to kill anyone..." In Ente Isla, Crestia Bell was a skilled assassin for the Church, having easily poisoned the members of the Allied Knights Order while taking out any person deemed a heretic by her superiors. Though dialogue spoken by Sariel indicates that she was known for her cold-blooded nature, Suzuno is shown to have despised every moment of her job, hinting towards the much kinder nature she expresses while living peacefully on Earth. She personally confesses that she never wanted to kill anyone, and it is implied that she only did so due to her faith in the Church and its teachings. Over time, she became disillusioned with the institution and its leaders, though at the time she could only lament the Church's corruption. If nothing else, her cooperation and continued allegiance to the organization shows either continued faith in the group's core religious beliefs, or simply a dedication to her post as its Chief Inquisitor. Although her past is stained with the blood of innocents, Suzuno is shown to be a good person at heart. Her continued kindness towards the demons and her strong friendship with Emi and Chiho even after they learn of her true motives, being proof of her inherent virtue. Although her mission was initially to oversee Maou's execution and return to Ente Isla, she largely abandons this goal after seeing the torture and destruction inflicted by the Archangel Sariel in his attempts to follow the mandate of Heaven, with his kidnapping and torture of her two friends resulting in her subsequent defection. Realizing that Sadao Maou would sooner die than abandon them to such a fate, Crestia Bell can find no trespass in his motives, and vows that if caring about others makes one evil then she too would be. Though she still views Sadao Maou as the Devil and sees him as a potential enemy in the future, Suzuno choose to follow Emi's example and stay in Japan to keep on eye on his group of depowered demons. In comparison to the Hero Emilia, Crestia Bell retains her more political-minded views from her time with the Inquisition. She sees bloodshed as unavoidable at times, and sees situations from the standpoint of a politician rather than a warrior, something which occasionally causes her to bump heads with the Hero. Even concerning everyday situations on Earth, Suzuno'a manner of speech is usually very blunt, and she has a habit of voicing her opinions in a brutally honest manner, regardless of the reactions of those around her. Overall, she is a shown to be a very practical individual. Suzuno is apparently adjusting to culture shock when she came to Japan, as seen where she one time fainted when seeing how heavily advanced cities in Japan were as well as how she is ignorant of common technology such as a television. This dislike of more modern lifestyle, mixed with her fondness for older Japanese culture, has resulted in her only wearing traditional clothing such as kimono and yukata, even after learning that it is not the societal norm to do so. Emi also hints that the former Inquisitor is sensitive about her age, as Suzuno is much older than she appears, but does not speak of it.