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GriRea

0056

Pregrirea


Character Information
Japanese Name グリレア
Romaji Name Gurirea
Character Code 0056
Location Pitch Black World
Biological Information
Species Devil
Gender Female
Height 170cm(≈5'7")
Professional Status
Affiliation Pitch Black World
Occupation Ruler of the Underworld
Personal Status


GriRea (グリレア) is a character that has yet to formally appear in Deep-Sea Prisoner's creations. She is the ruler of the Underworld and has an affinity for dogs.

Appearance

GriRea has dark purple hair with an ahoge (cow lick), and she wears a purple and black crown. She has light purple-grey eyes and raceless white skin. She wears a long gradient purple long sleeved cloak without a hood with white horned skulls and red eyes at the bottom and purple flames. She also wears a long dark purple-grey mermaid dress with light purple-grey frills spilling out of the bottom.

Personality

Apparently, GriRea has an affinity for dogs, it's been also said that she has a one-sided rivalry with Satanick.

Background

Not much is known about her past.

Appearances

Up to this day, GriRea has only appeared in some of Deep-Sea Prisoner's illustrations.

Relationships

Satanick

It is unknown what relationship the two have. GriRea seems to have a one-sided rivalry with Satanick.

Sibuna

Sibuna is GriRea's "loyal" subordinate.

Trivia

  • Before she was revamped, her name was Death Pater and she was a knight.
  • She fights with magic.
  • She was speculated to have some relation to Lavinrac due to the skulls.
  • Her name is derived from the word "Grim Reaper"[1]
  • As of September 17th 2017, Grirea was moved to the Devil's category in the Character's page.

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References 

  1. http://surreelistic.tumblr.com/post/123669137567/deep-sea-prisoner-character-name-meanings