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Violet Oil Beetle (Meloe Violaceus)
6'1 (185.42 cm)
Her relationship with Noir especially displays further signs Violet's social ineptitude, Violet not even having a close relationship with family members. This seems to be a regular problem with people in The Black Beetles.
Despite their presumed close relationship as siblings, Violet seemingly views Noir as nothing more than an acquaintance. Whilst bickering is not the case, Violet rarely agrees with her brother which leads to distance between them. Violet thinks herself higher in terms of intelligence and skill than Noir and does not hesitate in telling others of his mistakes or incorrectly carried out misdeeds. However, in addition to her negative views of Noir, she is not below asking, or making him protect her when needs call for it. Whereas Noir seems to be mildly protective over her, Violet does not share this trait and rarely shows concern for her brother or his well-being.
For a more detailed account of their relationship, see Noir-Violet relationship.
Violet shows several different aspects of behaviour towards André. When he was a fellow gang member, Violet was usually on good terms with him. However, following his departure from the gang, Violet's relationship with André seems to vary. The two are shown to be friends, usually when Violet is away from the rest of the gang, yet temporarily becomes one of his many verbal sparring partners in their presence. This can be serious, yet stops should she go to far as he is one of the only (ex)gang members she finds to be sane. Violet's personality contrasts to that of André's in her way of persuasion (whereas he prefers a more demanding approach), typically hunting the other down in hopes to convert his alliance back to its original state. It has also been shown that Violet shares and enjoys André's cunning personality traits, claiming to like that particular side of him.
For a more detailed account of their relationship, see André-Violet relationship.