|Spoiler Alert: This article or section contains details about plotlines not covered in the anime. Do not proceed unless you wish to be spoiled. |
Lipia had ashen-blue hair and eyes. According to Vector, her face possessed exotic beauty and, despite her dark skin, her cheekbones had features typical of Northern Europe that gave the impression of nobility. On duty, Lipia wore a jet-black full body armour which was scratched all over but was polished thoroughly.
Lipia was one of the few people in the Dark Territory who questioned the sole rule of their land to plunder with strength, but lacked the wisdom to put her uncertainties into words at first. In her time working for Viksul Ur Shasta, Lipia began supporting Shasta's idea of the necessity of peace to improve their world. Lipia supported Shasta and his beliefs to the extent of attempting to assassinate Vector, who endangered the future that Shasta sought, of her own accord.
Lipia was also a highly loyal and determined person. Despite failing her assassination attempt and suffering intense pain, the determination in Lipia's eyes remained unchanged and she lied about not having any superiors to not endanger Shasta.
Lipia was born after a peace treaty in the Dark Territory was established, thus she avoided becoming a slave despite being small as a child. Although the majority of human women in the Dark Territory went to the dark arts guild after finishing preparatory school, Lipia went to a cadet school to become a dark knight instead, and discovered her late blooming talent for the sword, practically reaching the highest position a human female could hope for. After becoming a knight, Lipia began managing an institution similar to a nursery that cared for infants abandoned by their parents from remote regions where slave trafficking was still rampant.
After confirming Quinella's death, Lipia returned to the Obsidia Palace to report to her commander, Viksul Ur Shasta. Resisting her personal desires, Lipia informed him about Quinella's death. Hearing this news and that Lipia had confirmed its validity, Shasta claimed that it was their chance for peace and began explaining why it was needed. Lipia then asked how was Shasta planning to persuade the other lords and whether the Integrity Knights would accept peace. Hearing that Shasta would have to kill four other lords, including D.I.L., Lipia expressed her concern for Shasta's safety. After a short moment of silence, Shasta changed the topic and proposed to Lipia, but they were suddenly informed of the throne room lock quivering.
That night, Lipia went to Vector's bedroom disguised as his attendant. When Vector lied down in the bed, Lipia approached him and attempted to use a knife hidden in her hair, but Vector caught her hand and gripped her neck, pulling it down onto the bed. With Lipia's movements sealed, Vector attempted to interrogate her; however, as Lipia refused to answer his questions, he examined her eyes up close and, recognising the emotions behind them, decided that he no longer had any need of Lipia's Fluctlight, thus he applied force to his left hand and broke her neck, killing her.