Megane Alpine
Megane in ViVid anime
Megane in ViVid anime
Character profile
FamilyLutecia Alpine (daughter)
AffiliationGround Armaments Service (formerly)
RankPreparation Ground Captain[1] (formerly)
OccupationInvestigator (formerly)
PartnerQuint Nakajima[1] (formerly)
SystemModern Belka
RankAA (Ground)[1]
DeviceAsclepius (formerly)
Japanese nameメガーヌ・アルピーノ
(Megānu Arupīno)
First app.StrikerS (ep.6)
Voiced byMai Nakahara
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Megane Alpine (メガーヌ・アルピーノ Megānu Arupīno) is Lutecia Alpine's mother.

Name[edit | edit source]

Her name is presumably a reference to the Renault Mégane and the Renault-bought Alpine brand.

In StrikerS[edit | edit source]

Megane was, along with Quint Nakajima, a member of Zest Grangaitz's team during the Combat Cyborg Incident of 0067. Unlike her comrades, she survived the ambush but fell into coma and was captured by Jail Scaglietti, who used her to bargain with her daughter Lutecia, a powerful summoner. Lutecia was to locate Relics for Scaglietti and in return, allowed to keep the one that, so Scaglietti explained, would "revive" her mother (specifically, number XI). Megane finally awakened after the JS Incident, having spent eight years comatose, and was placed in rehabilitation on Carnaaji, watched over by Lutecia and her summons.

In ViVid[edit | edit source]

In ViVid, Megane still lives with Lutecia on Carnaaji, running the Hotel Alpine. It is selected as a destination for a holiday trip by Nanoha Takamachi and Fate T. Harlaown, who bring Vivio Takamachi and her friends there. Megane has a tender, serene personality, in particular contrast with her energetic daughter, and does her best to accommodate her guests.

In ViVid (ch.16), she mentions that she and Quint faced each other in the DSAA Intermiddle Championship at least once in their youth.

In ViVid Strike![edit | edit source]

Megane only makes a brief cameo appearance in ViVid Strike! (ep.12).

Powers[edit | edit source]

Before the Combat Cyborg Incident, Megane was a ground mage with AA rank, almighty for center and back guard positions. Her Boost Device then was Asclepius, which was not yet passed to Lutecia nor tuned by Quattro for summoning supports.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ a b c Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS, DVD Vol.8 Booklet (ep.24).
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