Character profile
SpeciesCyborg (Number #7)
Date of birthSummer 0075 (activated)
FamilyOther Numbers
AffiliationJail Scaglietti
OccupationAdvanced Aerial Guard
SystemSpecial (IS)
RankS (body augmentation rank)
DeviceBoomerang Blades
Japanese nameセッテ
First app.StrikerS (ep.15)
Voiced byNatsuko Kuwatani
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Sette (セッテ Sette) is, along with Otto and Deed, one of the last Numbers to be completed. She appears in both StrikerS and StrikerS manga.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Sette's appearance is modeled on Mylene Flare Jenius from Macross 7.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Out of all the Numbers, Sette has the most emotionless and machine-like personality. This 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]

Sette possesses outstanding fighting capacities, proven by the fact that she helped Tre take down an army of TSAB Air Forces' mages during her first real-life combat experience. She was tutored by Tre, who gave her a strict and severe training. Because of that, Sette has great respect for her older sister and even shares some of her personality traits.

Sette‘s defeated and captured by Fate T. Harlaown while defending Scaglietti alongside Tre. In the StrikerS epilogue, she is shown as only late generation Number kept at the high-security facility, namely in the Labsorum (ラブソウルム Rabusōrumu) orbital prison facility over the Uninhabited World #17.[2] However, this was probably due to her loyalty to Tre rather than to the Doctor.

Alternate continuities[edit | edit source]

Brave Duel[edit | edit source]

Nanao Scaglietti (七緒・スカリエッティ Nanao Sukarietti), being Sette re-designed as a girl studying 2nd grade (approx. 7 years old) that does not appear in other continuities, is the fifth and the youngest daughter of Jail Scaglietti. "Nana" means "seven" in Japanese, just as "Sette" means "seven" in Italian.

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. ^ Uninhabited World #17 at the Japanese Nanoha wiki.
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