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Grimoire (グリモア, Gurimoa) was a Sorcerer formerly of the Paraponera Clan as Princess Ponera's mentor who plotted to gain the powers of a Kishin.[1] He is one of the main antagonist and penultimate main quest line boss in the video game, Soul Eater: Monotone Princess.

AppearanceEdit

Grimoire appears as a dark skinned young man. He always wears his his gray plaid cap on his head, which are attached to two piercings. His eye color is purple and his hair is brown. He has a tattoo on his left arm, consisting of many black worms. His clothing consists of a white undershirt and a pair of gray trousers, to which a tape is. He also has two chains, one of iron and the other is a string, in which is a piece of jewelry.[1]

Special AbilitiesEdit

Magic (魔法, Mahō): As a Sorcerer, Grimoire is capable of performing various kinds of Magic. Though centered on his book in which he has a innate connection to, Grimoire possess some Magic on his lonesome.[1]

  • Summon (召喚, Shōkan): Much of Grimoire's Magic revolves around the magical skill of using his Demon Book to summon various kinds of Magic Lifeforms in which follow the form of a type of Worm.[1]
  • Manipulation Magic (操作系の魔法, Sōsakei no Mahō): Grimoire is capable of manipulating Humans with his words alone, making them give up their souls into the Soul Cocoon and under his sway.[1]
  • Teleportation (瞬間移動, Shunkanidō): Grimoire and/or Ponera is capable of teleportation.[1]

Acrobatic Skill: Grimoire combines his summon capabilities with acrobatic movements to make himself a harder target to hit.[1]

Wavelength Control (波長コントロール, Hachō Kontorōru): Grimoire's variant of the skill enables him to control the souls of others enough to absorb their power. Although he uses his book to perform this, he is able to also do it on his own enough to have taught Ponera this ability.[1]

  • Kishin Powers (鬼神の力, Kishin no Chikara): By absorbing Gigant's soul and power, Grimoire gains access to the energy befitting a Kishin, allowing him to increase his power. Due to the level of power of a Gigant however, he is not as powerful as a first generation Kishin such as Asura.[1]

EquipmentEdit

Grimoire's Magic Book (グリモアの魔法書, Gurimoa No Mahō-sho): Grimoire's book allows him to perform many his magical feats. Within the book stores various different kinds of spells that summon different types of worms. They also allow for special access to certain magics and absorb the power of any soul within his book.[1]

  • Barrier (結界, Kekkai): Grimoire, channeling the power of his Demon Book, can allow him to create a barrier.[1]
  • Summons
  • Hellworms (ヘルワーム, Heruwāmu) - a worm that chases the player and uses bite attacks.[1]
  • Ocareworm - a stronger variation of the Hellworm.
  • Ogleworm - a worm whose bite attacks heal Grimoire.
  • Ray Worm - a powerful burst of energy that causes poison or paralysis.
  • Green Worm - a worm whose bite causes poison effect.
  • Blue Worm - a worm whose bite attacks cause paralysis.

SynopsisEdit

Monotone PrincessEdit

Noah was in a church where he compelled people to seek suck their souls in cocoons. Suddenly Killbell appeared at the top and Grimoire offered him a cocoon in order to become stronger. After Kill Bell disappeared with the cocoon , he ordered the people whose souls were sucked to get up , which they did. He later watched with Ponera as Maka, Kid and Black Star defeated Alone.[1]

He fought just before the end of the match against Kid. He commanded many of his worms to appear and combined them into a single, large worm, which was unfortunately destroyed by Kid's Death Cannon. After the battle, he fled and was seen no more.[1]

TriviaEdit

  • This character is erroneously believed to be the character, Noah (Greed). However, this is not the case. The author simply liked his designed and incorporate it into the manga. Grimoire shares a much similar appearance with slight differences but is a completely different characters on account that the Monotone Princess game is non-canon game.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 Soul Eater: Monotone Princess

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