This papercraft is the Lind, based on the manga series "Oh My Goddess!", the paper model is created by Paperrizer. Lind is the fifth goddess to join the pantheon, and she's a very different character than the previous goddesses. She's a Goddess First Class, Special Duty, Unlimited, meaning that she's a Valkyrie - from Heaven's combat division. Given that, her character is very serious, and she doesn't take any nonsense.
Her first appearance is actually in the quiz videogame ported to the Dreamcast. It was only later she finally appeared in the manga. Rind first appears at Tarikihongan Temple to quarantine the place, and the state that nobody is to leave the grounds on the basis of her hunting down the Angel Eater. She eventually finds it, and leaves. She appears in a special pair of episodes known to many as Fighting wings based of the video game however this appears to be just after Skuld appears to have her angel back into it's egg.
er personality isn't completely emotionless, though. With the help of the other goddesses and Keiichi, Lind's able to finally remember how to smile, and she considers Keiichi to be a lifelong friend.
Lind's character development relies heavily on her angel, Spear Mint. At first, long ago, Lind only had one angel with a single wing; this led others to call her One-Winged Lind. If you thought Urd had it bad with an angel of black and white, Lind had it worse; an angel with a single wing meant that there's an abnormality with her soul, since an angel reflects the soul of her mistress. Lind seemed to realize that she had more than a single angel, and trained heavily in order to attain the power and strength necessary to call forth both of her angels at once. All she wanted was to be able to fit in, and shows others that she was on equal footing. She never was able to, because we find out eventually that an angel appears when there's a heartfelt need for it. In "Ah! My Goddess Fighting Wings" the angel, Cool Mint had her first appearance on the show, with Spearmint.
The second angel was transferred over to Keiichi, so Lind could act as a distraction for the Angel Eater. Keiichi managed to use Cool Mint well, and that would be the very first time Cool Mint was called forth.
Oh My Goddess!, or Ah! My Goddess! in some releases, is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Kōsuke Fujishima. It premiered in the November 1988 issue of Afternoon where it is still being serialized. Every few months, the most recent chapters are published in tankōbon volumes by Kodansha. The series centers on the relationship between college sophomore Keiichi Morisato and the goddess Belldandy.
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