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|Occupation||Vigilante number seven |
|Names in other languages|
|Japanese* (romanization written with the given name first)||メロメロ (Meromero)|
|Reckoned birth year(s) (this is for age comparison purposes, and so may look odd; click on the question mark for details)?||Unknown|
|Documented age range (as recorded in court record profiles and case files)||Unknown|
|Status* (last known)||Alive|
|Height* (from official guidebooks)||??? cm|
|Affiliates||Boistrum (superior) |
Lottalance (fellow Vigilante)
Balmung (fellow Vigilante)
Lyewood (fellow Vigilante)
Shakey (fellow Vigilante)
Servius (fellow Vigilante and admirer)
Treddon (fellow Vigilante and admirer)
Dzibilchaltunchunchucmil (fellow Vigilante)
Wordsmith (fellow Vigilante)
An unnamed fellow singer
|Debut episode||The Final Witch Trial|
|I'm the steel angel gracing the Vigilantes with my sweet presence. My name's Foxy. Don't you dare forget it.|
Foxy is one of the guards who keep watch over Labyrinthia's Bell Tower who are known as the Vigilantes. The only female member of the Vigilantes, Foxy is overly sensual and enjoys degrading men; in particular her fellow Vigilantes Servius and Treddon, who are completely enamoured with her.
- Her Japanese name, "Meromero" (メロメロ), comes from an onomatopoeic term for "falling down drunk (with emotion)" and can be used to refer to someone who is overcome with an emotion such as love or lust. This is likely meant to be in reference to the effect she has on Servius and Treddon.
- Her English name comes from the word "foxy", which can mean "attractive/sexy".
- Her French name "Béatrix" comes from the Latin word "beatus", which means "a happy or fortunate person".
- "Dominika" and "Dominica" (her German and Dutch names, respectively) may be plays on "dominate" or "dominatrix", in reference to her relationship with Servius and Treddon.
- Her Italian name "Miranda" is a given name of Latin origin meaning "worthy of admiration".