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Tori-Otome Nazca (鳥乙女ナスカ Tori-Otome Nasuka, lit. Bird Lady Nazca) is the tenth of Shingo Umoregi's Twelve Apostles in Saishinban Akuma-kun and the subsequent Akuma-kun anime adaptation. She is a half-Akuma between her Chōjin mother who was from an Easter Island Akuma Tribe and her human father.


Nazca is a young adolescent girl with a petite figure, long green hair that reaches her shoulders and three strands covering her forehead, fair skin and eyes with teal irises. She has a pair of white angel wings on her back that she uses to fly. Her outfit consists of a red dress with feather-themed sleeves, collar and skirt frills; pink for the collar and white for the sleeves and skirt, a yellow symbol resembling a bird rests on the abdomen and a pair of matching boots. She also has a black headband with a pink flower placed on the left and necklace with a yellow oval-shaped pendant.





Powers and Abilities

Nazca empowered by her Chōjin Tribe heritage

Wind Manipulation: Nazca is able to manipulate the winds to do as she pleases.

  • Pink Hurricane (ピンクハリケーン Pinku Harikēn): Her signature move, where she creates a powerful gust of wind. It is also known as Pink Typhoon (ピンクタイフーン Pinku Taifūn).

Moai Summoning: Nazca is able to summon Moai from the ground and lunges them at her target.

Bird Communication: She is able to communicate with birds and understand what they say.


Mizuki's illustration of Tori-Otome from South America

Nazca's mythological backgrounds appear to be based on two different bird-man legends. First the Tangata Manu, the name of the Birdman cult (along with being a species) that existed on Easter Island. Makemake is the chief god of the Tanagata Manu. A competition is held to decide the tribe's leader, where one must swim to Motu Nui, fetch a sooty tern egg and return to Rapa Nui. The first to return is given the title of Tangata Manu ("bird man") and great authority. Although the Tanagata Manu was discouraged by missionaries in the 1860s, the popularity and memory was not erased and it is still present in decoration of the island's church. The second is the Tori-Otome from the Andes region.[1]


  1. Shigeru Mizuki Fairy Encyclopedia


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