Member of the Witches 5
Cyprine and Ptilol were the fifth member of the Witches 5. According to the Materials Collection, the two of them were one twin, but when they fight Ptilol would split away from Cyprine. This is the original depiction of the character created by Naoko Takeuchi.
Cyprine is a level 999 witch and the most powerful member of the Witches 5. She taught the witch training class at Mugen Gakuen.
Cyprine has blue hair and blue eyes. Her hairstyle looks similar to Ptilol's hairstyle with the only the differences being the position of the bun/braid and the color of the hair. She wears a black dress with blue shapes near the top, her dress has a blue underskirt, matching blue tights and slightly darker blue boots. She has many ribbons on her outfit and has a clover shaped red earring.
Cyprine and Ptilol were summoned by Kaolinite to kill the students that had escaped Mugen Gakuen. After an unsuccessful attack on Haruka, the two used their powers to manipulate the feelings of the Senshi into attacking each other. They were finally killed by Super Sailor Moon with her Rainbow Moon Heart Ache attack.
She is brought back with the other Witches 5 by Kaolinite, and is destroyed by the Outer Senshi.
In the manga, she had the power to manipulate the feelings of people. She could manipulate the weather to cause hail storms. She used an attack called Ribbon Buster, which released a tangle of ribbons that seemed to cause pain to her enemies when the ribbons touched them.
Cyprine's name comes from the silicate mineral "cyprine", which is a bluish variety of vesuvianite. The word "cyprine" itself is derived from "Kypros" (Κύπρος), the Greek word for "copper," which gives the mineral its blue color.
- Cyprine is the only witch who did not pose as a student of Infinity Academy.
- In the Nakayoshi character poll for the Infinity arc, Cyprine was ranked at Place 35.
- In the Materials' Collection, Cyprine was said to lead in battle while Ptilol fell back.
- Cyprine & Ptiol may be the Witches 5 Counterpart of Sailor Moon.