|“||Please allow me to introduce myself again. I’m Lavinia Reni, a witch belonging to [Grau Zauberer].||”|
Lavinia Reni is a Human Magician from the organization Grauzauberer of the Magician Association and a member of Slash/Dog Team, nicknamed Demise Girl and Ice Princess, who is the possessor of the Longinus; Absolute Demise.
Lavinia is a beautiful buxom young woman with long flowing blonde hair and sapphire blue eyes. She appears to wear standard Magician robes with a hood. Her body measurements are [B100-W59-H88 cm]; height [170 cm] and body weight [56 kg].
Lavinia appears to be a kind person and gives off an older sister impression, as shown when she scolded Vali in a gentle manner. She also calls people she's close to by affectionate nicknames, such as calling Tobio "Tobi" and Vali "Va-Kun".
In the past, Lavinia was sent by the chairman of her organization to help Grigori deal with the stray magicians that allied themselves with the group called the Utsusemi Agency.
- For a full detail on the events on -SLASHDØG-, please refer here.
Lavinia made her first appearance in Volume 21, alongside her team leader Tobio at the hospital where she meets members of the Gremory and Vali Teams, although Vali was reluctant as she scolds him for going off on his own and hugs him. Later, within the mountainous region of a certain European country, Lavinia appeared with Tobio teaming up with the Vali Team to fight against an army of Evil Dragons and one of Trihexa's bodies led by Aži Dahāka, where she summons her Sacred Gear's avatar to freeze several Evil Dragons.
Red Dragon Emperor of the Blazing Truth × White Dragon Emperor of the Morning Star: The True Dragon(s) of the Kuoh AcademyEdit
In Volume 24, she met up with Rias, Issei, Ravel and Rossweisse at Tobio's bar when he called them regarding the recent incident. Lavinia showed Issei Vali's notebook that he had written lines to sound deep and cool and became very happy when Issei complimented Vali.
Lavinia and some of the Slash Dog members appeared as guards for Vali and Rias' Rating Game match. She meets up with Vali as he gets a sports drink from a vending machine, noticing it's the kind he has for an important battle. Vali wasn't too keen on her being here and says that he doesn't need her support, but regardless she will still cheer for him. As Vali goes to prepare for the game, Lavinia wishes him the good luck. During the game, Grim Reapers had already began their attack, angered that they would interrupt Vali's match, Lavinia froze everyone of them in place, leaving them open for her allies to attack.
In True Volume 2, When Vali decided to move into a house in Kuoh Town, Lavinia wanted to help with the moving and called over Natsume, Le Fay and Tobio to assist. They've even previously brought over items from his childhood as well as bought a few new things.
She made a request to Issei's office for more help with the moving and became Ingvild Leviathan's first client, Ingvild summoned along with Issei as she could not safely teleport on her own yet. When Le Fay arrived, she thanked Lavinia for lending her a book on secret philosophy written by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa along with notes from Mephisto. After the request was done, Vali handed Ingvild his old dragon plush doll as payment.
In True Volume 4, she appeared in at the Hyoudou Residence, as she was worried about Vali and said that she was going to participate in the strategy meeting, as she stated her desire to accompany Vali to the battlefield and support him. During the final battle against the Alliance of Hell, at Hades' London temple, as she participated in clearing out the enemy foot soldiers. she took care of the majority of enemy Devils and Grim Reapers at same time by activating her Balance Breaker, as she created a snowfall which gradually increased its momentum until it became a furious blizzard, with Kiba noting her power and control over her Sacred Gear.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
Immense Combat Skills: Lavinia is shown to be a expert combatant, being able to control her Longinus' Balance Breaker and combine it with her magic abilities, making her a formidable combatant.
Master Magician: shown to be well versed in utilizing various different types of magic. She is considered Grauzauberer's most skilled Magician. Lavinia can use magic to store away the items and summon it back when she needed it.
Stealth Expert: Lavinia has great skill in sneaking behind people without leaving any presence. This was shown when she concealed herself from Vali who could not noticed until it was too late. She was later capable of sneaking up behind Issei without him noticing.
Absolute Demise (永遠の氷姫, Abusoryūto Deimaizu): An Independent-Type Longinus, which can materialize a three-meter tall disfigured doll made of ice that takes a form of a woman in a dress at the wielder's side and obeys their every command. The doll is also shown to be able to manipulate ice on a massive scale, capable of instantly freezing an entire area into a frozen world and create ice walls to trap her opponents. Its maximum range could lock an entire small country within a crystal of ice as long as Lavinia wanted to.
- Assoluto Argento Mondo (永遠に想う白銀世界, Assusorūto Arujiento Mondo), also known as the Snow World Believed to be Eternal, is Lavinia's Balance Breaker. It has the ability to create a strong blizzard that can make a distinction between between friend and foe.
- Lavinia's birthday is the 23rd of January.
- In classical Roman mythology, Lavinia was the daughter of King Latinus and Queen Amata and the wife of Trojan hero Aeneas, who named the city Lavinium in her honor.
- Lavinia has the second largest bust size in the series, surpassing Rias who previously held the position.
- Lavinia works as an exclusive singer and as the poster girl at the Black Dog BAR, a bar created by Azazel.
- As revealed in Slash/Dog, she is the only woman known to fluster Vali.
- She is the first person to make Vali fluster, the second being Natsume Minagawa.
- Grauzauberer means "Grey Wizards".
- The name of her Longinus: Absolute Demise, may be a reference to Absolute zero, the theoretical temperature at which atoms stop moving, referenced by the Longinus being ice-based.