Lurking in the genes of people throughout the world, Finè's true form is a revived priestess from a prehistoric civilization who is awakened by the aufwachen wave pattern.
Many of Finè's descendants exist throughout the world, and although she may use them as a vessel to exist inside of, she only has a single soul and thus can only inhabit one at a time.
In order to convey her love, she has sought to restore the unified language by releasing the Curse of Balal. She has appeared at multiple points in human history, across thousands of years, until she finally reached the current era where fulfillment of her goal is close at hand.
Lurking in the genes of people throughout the world, Finè is a revived priestess from a prehistoric civilization who is awakened by the aufwachen wave pattern.
Her name means "The End."
Many of Finè's descendants exist throughout the world, and although she technically exists at the same time that they do – they’re all equivalent to a single soul.
Roughly 3 months ago, after her plan to destroy the moon failed, Finè fought against the Symphogear users. Finè’s body, which was fused with the Nehushtan armor, was incapable of activating its regenerative ability after taking the blow of Synchrogazer and thus broke apart.
However, this does not equate to "Finè’s death."
Finè’s descendants exist throughout the world, and a new Finè will be born if any should come in contact with the aufwachen wave pattern that emits from an awakening relic. She can continue to exist as long as those opportunities continue to occur.
It is not clear how much is left up to "chance" in the likelihood of this event actually occurring, but Finè continues to exist with an eternal moment regardless.
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A priestess who once existed within an eternal moment.
She has appeared many times throughout human history, and is the instigator of many of mankind's great paradigm shifts.
She is also the single most important individual to the story of the Adaptors thus far. Her name bears the meaning of "the end."
However, all of these technologies were mistakes, brought about by the Curse of Balal causing her to be unable to convey her emotions.
Although she was once immortal, in the end she was set free from delusion by the fist and the scythe, able move on with a smile.
Behind her sadness, however, was a truth not known to anyone, not even Finè herself.