The partner of Shiva, one of the supreme deities of Indian mythology.
She is herself a kindhearted deity who has no affinity for battle of any kind.
She is a Divine Spirit, but has manifested into the world by borrowing the body of the girl to whom she is most closely attuned.
Virtuous, mild-mannered, and versed in all types of housework, she is the ideal domestic heroine, but who is she really...?
Origin: Indian Mythology
Alignment: Lawful Good
In broader terms, she is the kouhai of light.
In Indian mythology, Parvati is the wife of Shiva, the god of creation and destruction.
Parvati does not possess any particular domain as a god, and is most commonly treated simply as a goddess wed to Shiva.
However, among Shiva's wives are those seen as goddesses of war. They are Durga and Kali. Both of them possess different Spirit Origins than Parvati, but they are all considered to possess the same goddess core.
She is also able to manifest as a Rider, in which case she would borrow the divine cow Nandi as her mount. As Nandi is primarily responsible for a good harvest, it possesses unusually low attack power compared to typical Divine Beasts.
NP Type: 5-10 Maximum Targets: 30
Knowing Love and Not Acting on It Is To Be Without It.
A limited release of Trishula, a trident that Parvati borrowed from Shive, which itself decided her Class, giving her the right to manifest as a Lancer.
Obviously, she is unable to wield the weapon as effectively as Shiva, but that in return helps her to maintain her foundation as a Servant.
Ash of Kama: EX
Parvati is a mild-mannered goddess who is weak in battle.
But that doesn't mean she is faint of heart.
Her feelings for those she loves are stronger than any other god.
For her loved ones, even should it burn her own body to ash, she would tap into and ignite her Divinity to convert it into the power she needs to fight.
Her flame may be brief, but its intensity rivals even the power of Kali, the goddess of destruction and another of Shiva's wives.
It is worth noting that Shiva's feelings are not a factor in this skill. She possesses special characteristics that allow her to intensify her love for someone, even should that loved one elect to ignore her.
Her love may be sincere, but...well, it's pretty heavy, like...on a mythological level.
Grace of a Goddess: A+
A gift from a goddess (Good).
Legend tells of Parvati slashing her own throat to provide her blood to a follower dying of thirst.
Core of the Goddess: B
A unique skill that shows she was the perfect goddess from birth. Upholds the absoluteness of the psyche and the physical body. She repels any psychic interference, and her physical body does not age or change, no matter how many calories she ingests. A she is a Pseudo-Servant, its rank is capped at B. But that doesn't matter.
My physique! Won't! Change!
The characteristics of the girl who became a vessel, and the goddess who accepted her light.
Clear Interlude: Bond Level 5
She has a kind and tolerant personality. She does not assert herself and is virtuous. She is a talented woman who supports Master from the sidelines. At least on paper, she sounds like an ideal heroine with high stats, but since she detests anything flashy and chooses safe and steady paths, she's somewhat of a klutz.
But just because she has a genial personality does not make her timid. She is in fact very strong at her core. No matter how much she is tortured, she is never defeated. In a sense, she is the embodiment of strong will and grit.
Because of that, should she ever become truly angry, she would be absolutely terrifying. Parvati NEVER forgets a grudge, and always makes sure matters are settled to her satisfaction.
A Pseudo-Servant who is composed only of the innate goodness of the girl who acts as a vessel.
But no matter how much she is called the light, she isn't completely devoid of malevolence. Much as it is possible to taint justice, the vessel's tendency toward being somewhat...yandere... That is, the possibility that she would become dangerous if handled improperly still remains, however faint.
Having said that, it's worth noting that she doesn't just turn evil whenever she gets mad. She does not, after all, simply abandon her sanity when she suffers becuase of her close connection with the light.
Since Parvati possesses the Divinity of a faultless goddess, her withdrawn personality and shyness are gone, and she is very social.
She may get mad or pouty about little things, but whether a misunderstanding or a mix-up, she still reflects on matter logically, and tends to both forgive the person and apologize herself.
体型が！ 変化！ しない！
The spouse of the supreme deity, Shiva, from Indian mythology......
but, she is a gentle goddess without ties to war.
She is a divine spirit but, this time she has manifested by borrowing the body of a girl with a similar wavelength.
Chaste, serene, the truly ideal and very much wife-type heroine who can handle all kinds of housework but, alas that true identity is―――?
Origin: Indian Mythology
Alignment: Lawful Good
If anything she is the brighter kouhai.
Parvati is the wife of Shiva, the God of Destruction and Creation from Indian mythology.
Parvati's authority as a god lacks presence, and often she is treated as the goddess who is as Shiva's wife.
However, there are accounts of Shiva's wife being spoken of as a "War Deity". As Durga, and Kali.
These goddesses and Parvati carry separate Saint Graphs but, their essence are seen as the same.
She is able to manifest in the Rider class, wherein she will borrow the sacred bull, Nandi, from Shiva.
As it is rightfully a bull that governs over harvests etc, it boasts low offensive power unbefitting of divine beasts.
"Neither seek nor shun love"
Rank: EX, Anti-Army Noble Phantasm
Range: 5~10, Maximum Targets: 30 people
The limited release of Trishūla, the trident Parvati borrowed from Shiva. Parvati's class has been determined by the armament bestowed to her by Shiva. With Trishūla, Parvati gains the qualifications to be in the Lancer class. Needless to say, she is unable to display the true potential of this weapon unlike Shiva but, on the other hand it helps to retain and protect her framework as a servant.
Ash of Kama: EX
Parvati is a gentle, and a weak goddess with regards to combat. However, that doesn't mean that she is weak at heart. Her devotion towards her loved ones is far greater than any other gods, and is also very deep. If it is for the sake of her loved ones, even if her body starts to collapse, she will ignite that divinity into power for battle. A flame of merely a moment but, it is something that can rival with that of the Goddess of Destruction, Kali, who is one facet of Shiva's wife. It is also important to specially mention that her feelings towards Shiva don't matter. Parvati may be ignored by her loved ones but, she carries a special trait of developing affection for them. That love is earnest but, well......it's mythologically too heavy.
Blessing of the Goddess: A+
A gift from the Goddess (good). Based on an episode where her followers could no longer endure starvation, she cut off her own head and bestowed her blood to them.3
Goddess Essence: B
A skill that represents her perfection upon coming into existence as a goddess. It carries an effect of retaining an absolute flesh and spirit. There is hardly any diminish from mental interference, and her body will not grow, no matter how much calories she intakes, there is no change to her figure. As she is a Pseudo-Servant, the rank is only up to B. But none of that matters. The figure! Doesn't! Change!
The Goddess who has taken in the 'brighter' portion of the nature of the girl she has possessed. A gentle and tolerant character. A chaste, talented woman who supports the master from the side without being self-assertive.
......her ideal-heroine power and specs are high but, because she chooses the steady, plain path rather than flamboyance, she gives off an impression of dull-wittedness. Furthermore, though she has a docile personality, she is not timid, and has a strong inner self. A clump of willpower and grit, that in a sense, will not bend the heart no matter what kind of torture she receives. Because of this, she is extremely fearsome when she truly gets angry. This Parvati, will not forget her resentment until she feels at ease.
A psuedo-servant formed from only the Good-aspect of "the possessed girl". However, even though she is the brighter part, it is not as if there is no "evil trait". As if even in justice there is muddiness, the yandere-sense of "the possessed girl"......if handled poorly can turn her into something dangerous, such an aspect still slightly remains. That said, even if she is just a little angered she will definitely not fall into evil. That is because she is the "brighter alignment" that will not stray away from lawfulness even when she is distressed. As Parvati's divinity "has no faults in herself", introverted-ness, and shyness disappear, and her sociability increases. She may get angry and pout but, once she properly thinks through matters as misunderstandings or differing views, she is a beautiful lady who will properly apologize, and forgive others.