Deed in ViVid
Deed in ViVid
Character profile
Other namesSister Deed (post-StrikerS)
SpeciesCyborg (Number #12)
Date of birthSummer 0075 (activated)
FamilyOther Numbers
AffiliationJail Scaglietti (StrikerS)
Saint Church (post-StrikerS)
OccupationFront Line Aggressor
Air and Ground Combat Auxiliary (StrikerS)
Sister / Church Knight (post-StrikerS)
ColorRed (StrikerS)
Raspberry red (ViVid)
SystemSpecial (IS)
RankAA (body augmentation rank)
DeviceTwin Blades
Japanese nameディード
First app.StrikerS (ep.15)
Voiced byShizuka Itou
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Deed (ディード Dīdo) is a female Combat Cyborg first introduced in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS.

Name[edit | edit source]

Deed is named after Dodici, the Italian for "twelve".

Personality[edit | edit source]

Along with Otto and Sette, Deed is one of the last Numbers to be completed. She and Otto were created using the same genetic material as a basis. That plus the fact that they both belong to the same taciturn type makes Deed and Otto very close to one another. When directing herself to her older sisters, Deed always presents a very polite behavior. On another note, Wendi dislikes her and Otto because of their always-serious personalities. Said seriousness is believed to be the result of manipulation carried out by Quattro upon the final batch of Numbers to remove "excess elements" from their composition.[1]

In StrikerS[edit | edit source]

In StrikerS (ep.24), after being temporarily knocked out by Teana Lanster, she regains consciousness and attempts a surprise attack on Teana. Her attack fails, as she is swiftly knocked out by Vice Granscenic's Snip Shot from distance.

After the end of StrikerS, she and Otto works for the Saint Church under Carim Gracia, their legal guardian. Deed becomes a sister and also a Church Knight.[2]

In ViVid[edit | edit source]

Under the arrangement of Nove Nakajima, Deed becomes the special trainer and second of Rio Wesley, before and during the 0079 Intermiddle Championship.

Powers[edit | edit source]

Combat Cyborg Abilities[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS THE COMICS, chapter 12, page 12.
  2. ^ StrikerS Sound Stage X, StrikerS X Guide Book.
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