Anime render of Rin
Rin is a Fairilu. She has white skin, highlighted pale blue eyes, rosy cheeks, and pointy ears. She has blue heart shaped earrings on her ears. Her wings are light blue with sharp features. There is two purple decorations behind her wing. Her hair is light blue, long, straight and wide that goes down the entire height of her body, with a ponytail tied behind.
Her primary apparel consists of a light blue tube top with short blue pointed shoulder-sleeves and wears short, arm-length, light blue gloves. Her head is decorated with a star-shaped gentian flower crown, called the Fairilu Tiara, placed on her forehead. She wears a blue choker on her neck. She wears a blue pointed skirt as her leggings, with green stockings and blue boots.
In Tell Me, Magical Pendulum, Rin still wears a light blue tube top but with blue off-shoulder sleeves. She wears an blue petal skirt with white line at the bottom. She wears pink ballet shoes on her feet. She wears white pearl earrings on her ears.
In her human form, Rin does not wear a Fairilu Tiara, and instead has two blue stars on the right side of her head, with a another blue star on the left side of her head. Her hair is adorned with lots of blue stars, all over her hair. Her clothes look the same as in her Fairilu form, but there are two blue pieces over her clothes. She has short gloves on. She does not wear stockings and wears blue boots, much shorter than Rose.
Rin's Fairilu Key is light blue. Her handle is shaped as a heart's outline, with a gentian crest inside, adorned by a yellow gem. The heart is placed on top of another small heart with two small wings. The key's teeth is shaped with a capital "F" placed on its long side.
When enlarged, her key has a brighter colour of light blue with a small crown on top of the heart-outlined handle, a heart-shaped decor below the handle, and the bellflower crest is placed on a golden base.
As Rin had been in the Fairilu Seed for a long time, she is carefree and always sleepy. She is also nice and gentle.
In the Anime
- Rin's name comes from Rindō (リンドウ?), Japanese of her motif, the Gentian flower. A genus of flowering plants of the tribe Gentianeae. It is a large genus, containing over 400 known species. They are notable for their large build, star and trumpet-shaped, and vibrantly colored blue.
- ↑ Chapman, Paul. (2017, Mar 2). Satomi Satō Joins the Cast of "Rilu Rilu Fairilu ~ Mahou no Kagami ~". Crunchyroll. Retrieved June 22, 2017.