|“||Hmmm? What's this now? I don't think I like your attitude...I don't think you understand your position. You don't ever, ever, talk to me like that...||”|
Marienne is a portly and stout little girl that dresses up much like a princess. Her hair is tied into pigtails that stick straight up at her sides - though it tends to move violently when she is angry - and she wears pure white attire with adorned gems and lots of frills. Marienne wears a short skirt that shows off her legs and ballerina shoes, though this leaves her underwear showing for all to see. Marienne also carries a wand with her that she uses to harm people, whether it be through hitting, poking, or shooting energy out of it.
Mean, spiteful, gluttonous and snobbish are perfect adjectives to describe Marienne. She believes herself superior to others due to being born a Mystic and also because of her noble status. Marienne believes in following social etiquette, although she doesn't seem to hold herself to the same high standard due to her quick mood swings and temper tantrums, as well as her gluttonous eating habit, being particularly fond of sweets. Marienne finds herself to be extraordinarily attractive, though her unexplained hatred toward certain girls hints at Marienne having self-esteem issues. She has no tolerance for any sort of criticisms to her appearance, and any such criticisms make her extraordinarily angry.
Marienne is much more cruel than her older brother, Elliott, and she even berates him for having too soft a heart. She seems to have the tendencies of a slave driver, often accidentally using the word 'slave' in place of 'subordinate'. Although Marienne's personality flaws are numerous, she does show herself to be very caring and loyal to those she loves, such as Doplin, and more especially her older brother Elliott, who she draws pictures of in her diary.
Marienne and her older sibling Elliott were abandoned in the woods by their parents as children due to being born Mystics. The abandonement left deep emotional scars in the siblings, thus their hatred of humans was born. Some time after, Bishop Doplin found Marienne and Elliott in search for Mystics and decided to raise them as nobles inside Darakin Citadel. Marienne's abandonement coupled with being raised by the evil bishop shaped her personality throughout the eyars, turning her into an elitist snob in adulthood. Though Marienne despises non-Mystics, she is known to have been nice to the wealthy noble children in Darakin Citadel, and she also holds Bishop Doplin in very high regard, looking up to him as her own father.
When Lang comes to, he hears Marienne and Elliott talking about a female Mystic in a nearby prison. Marienne is furious at this female Mystic and repeatedly abuses her while calling her an "ugly little witch". Marienne and Elliott give Bubba permission to beat up Lang in the torture chamber in the hopes that he'll cave in to their demands. Bishop Doplin arrives, ordering Bubba to cease his attack on Lang. Elliott explains to the bishop that Lang will not show them his Origin. Marienne becomes irritated and boasts that she could make Lang do whatever she pleases if she got serious and begins poking him with her wand. Doplin orders Bubba to put Lang back in the prison while Marienne and Elliott join him to attend a feast that Velna has prepared.
Once Lang escapes Darakin Castle Elliott is seen peering out the window and suggests that the castle bells are ringing because Lang may have escaped. Marienne quells Elliott's concern and says that Lang is such a feeble boy that the guards would just catch him and throw him right back into prison had he escaped. They are dispatched by Doplin soon after to search for Lang once more.
Marienne and Elliott finally find Lang along with his team of Mystics inside the Volcanic Isle Drakonia. Marienne becomes excited at their find and tells them that she worked up quite an appetite searching for them. Elliott exclaims that he and Marienne had heard stories about Lang in every town they passed through and then criticizes Lang for stealing the Sacred Azure Stone. Marienne offers to let Lang and his cohorts live if he will just hand the stone back to them, but upon Lang's refusal they attack once again for a final showdown.During the battle they are taken aback by Lang and his friends' strength. They encourage themselves that they mustn't lose the battle and reveal how they were abandoned by their parents previously before Doplin found them.
Marienne tells Elliott that they never had any parents and that Bishop Doplin is their father. After these words they push themselves to assault Lang and his crew once again in the name of Bishop Doplin. However, Marienne and Elliott are unable to prevail, even with their Origins Alvadis and Raskea, and are defeated. Marienne dies shortly before Elliott, telling him that she was proud to be his sister right before her final breath. Elliott crawls over to her and holds her hand right before he perishes.After Marienne and Elliott die, Lang and the rest of his party express their sympathy for having to kill them. Once they reach Bishop Doplin at the heart of the volcano Bishop Doplin expresses his anger at the dead siblings for failing to kill the intruders, regretting that he took them in and made them feel like family. Fortunately for Marienne and Elliott, they had no idea of Doplin's true feelings toward them.
Power and AbilitiesEdit
Although Marienne does not look dangerous in the slightest, she holds awesome power given to her by her Pure White Origin, Alvadis. These powers include limited telekinetic abilities as well as a host of other attacks that involve powerful magic. The extent of Marienne's strength is such that even Bubba, a man strong enough to rip steel with his bare hands, fears angering her.