|Series||Sakura Taisen 3 ~Pari wa Moeteiru ka~|
Sakura Taisen 4 ~Koi Seyo, Otome~
|Also Known As||The Flame Demon|
|Age||20 (Sakura Taisen 3) |
21 (Sakura Taisen 4)
|Birthdate||November 13th, 1905|
|Height||179 cm (5'10")|
|Sakura Taisen 3 ~Pari wa Moeteiru ka~|
|Sakura Taisen 4 ~Koi Seyo, Otome~|
|Sakura Taisen: Ecole de Paris: The Flowers of Dawn|
|Sakura Taisen: Le Nouveau Paris: Spire of Lightning|
|Japanese Voice||Kikuko Inoue|
|English Voice||Ashley Moynihan (FUNimation)|
Lobelia Carlini (ロベリア・カルリーニ Roberia Karurīni) is a member of the Paris Combat Revue's Fleur Division.
Given the title as "the flame demon" by the public, Lobelia was considered the number one public enemy by law enforcers, due to her role as a professional thief. Police were unable to apprehend her, until she was captured by Paris assault agents headed by the vice commander. Thanks to Ohgami, she was trained and works for Le Chattes Noires as a dancer and a member of the Paris Combat Revue. Lobelia possessed the power of flames, it can burn any enemy, including demons, within range. Although her attitude is somewhat rebellious, (she sometimes had arguments, mostly with Glycine) occasionally, she had a soft spot for her comrades and people who were poor.
Born from an Italian father and a Romanian mother shaman, Lobelia was persecuted all her life as one of the "Vampiritstic clan". She lived a wandering gipsy life after losing her parents, and began her criminal life until she feared all over Europe as a notorious pyro criminal. From daily pickpockets to gambling, Lobelia committed much at whatever means necessary to enjoy life and alcohol, except for murder.
She was arrested at May 5, 1924 by the Paris authorities, heavily sentenced for 1000 years, and held into a special prison underneath the La Santé Prison as Prisoner 192455631. But Grand-Mère took an interest in the "pyrodemon"'s powers and compensated Lobelia's sentence to have her join the Combat Revue.
Thus joining Le Chattes Noires, her identity as concealed under the stage name "Safir (サフィール)", where "La bohème (ラ・ボヘミエンヌ)" became her star performance to which it reflects part of her folk background.
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Lobeilia's floral namesake means genus Lobelia, also possibly the genus Carlina