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Sigyn

To Aru´s best support magician

Summary

Sigyn (シギュン Shigyun) is a character introduced in Shinyaku Toaru Majutsu no Index as a true member of GREMLIN, named after the Norse goddess and wife of Loki. She is one of the members of GREMLIN sent to Baggage City for Othinus' experiment that was to take place there, and is the only one to have betrayed the organization after the prodding of the Kouga ninjas.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 10-B

Name: Sigyn

Origin: To Aru Majutsu No Index

Gender: Female

Age: Unknown

Classification: Human, Magician

Powers and Abilities: Magic, manipulation of reality through suggestions

Attack Potency: Human level

Speed: Normal Human

Lifting Strength: Regular Human

Striking Strength: Human Class

Durability: Human level

Stamina: Average

Range: However far her voice can be heard.

Standard Equipment: Mobile phone

Intelligence: High, good strategist and skilled at analyzing the opponent's logic

Weaknesses: Normal human weaknesses, she can't use her ability on herself

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Absolute Suggestion: Sigyn's suggestion ability is only ambiguously magic. Thus, it's a mystery whether she really counts as a magician or not, not that Gremlin cares as long as they can use her ability. Her ability is that she is able to give a suggestion 100% accurately, and thus can make anyone succeed. For example, when Marian and her wanted to meet up, Marian suggested that Sygin could just give her the suggestion "find the lost Sygin" to find her. Similarly, the narration stated she could use her suggestion ability to make up for Marian's lack of skill in direct combat. However, Sigyn cannot use her ability on herself. Her nature is to give what she has to others to make up for what they lack, so if she tried to be perfect she wouldn't be able to make up for what she lacks. It was hinted that if she did, she could even reach the realm of being a Magic God. She is referenced as being originally able to not only give suggestion to her allies, but also give wrong suggestions to the enemy and cause them to self-destruct.

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