Sarahell is a woman of imposing figure. She has short, fair hair styled in spikes that point towards the left side of her head. She wears eyeliner in the upper corner of her eyes and has prominent nasolabial folds. She wears the standard uniform of Camilla's private guards.
Like the other Have-Nots, Sarahell is immensely devoted to Camilla, being not only willing but even eager to die for her sake, claiming that she has nothing to lose. Her enthusiasm however is not pure fanaticism, as she admonished other private guards that their deaths must be of strategic value to Camilla rather than being aimed at killing another prince per se. In fact, she plans to cast her curse while fully embracing the possibility that it will fail to kill her target.
She occasionally lapses into informality while speaking, especially when startled. She is confident she has nerves of steel, and that she is skilled at hiding hatred with love.
Succession Contest arcEdit
Upon hearing Musse's gunshots Sarahell tries to rush to the room where he and Prince Camilla are, but she finds the doors locked. She manages to knock one off its hinges. She begs Camilla not to go after Musse, whom she believes to have run away after shooting her, but Camilla orders her to be silent. Sarahell begs Queen Duazul to stop her, but she tells the private guards to let her daughter do as she pleases.
On the tenth day of the voyage, Sarahell discusses Shikaku's suicide with the other guards, warning them of the possibility of him having used a haunting type ability. She ponders the presence of Exorcists in the Hunter Association who would be willing to remove the Have-Nots' curses, and considers sending one to test the hypothesis. She summons Fukataki so she can estimate how long specific curses will take to kill the target if sent from the VVIP quarters or Room 1002. The majordomo points out that the Guardian Spirit Beasts would likely deflect them unless cast from close enough to touch the target. Sarahell thus decides to approach and curse Prince Woble during the next set of Nen lessons.
Handgun: Sarahell wields a handgun of unknown brand and caliber.
Abilities & PowersEdit
Despite possessing a Nen ability, Sarahell did not appear to be much stronger than a regular human physically, since she could be delayed by a locked door, although she was ultimately the one who broke it open, possibly suggesting that she is stronger than some of the other bodyguards.
Sarahell is well-versed in the mechanics of haunting type Nen abilities and exorcisms, and is capable of casting a curse herself. Her physical strength falling within the ordinary spectrum might suggest that Hatsu is the only technique she can perform, with the possible exception of Ten.
|Sarahell's Nen Abilities|
|Type: Unknown||Yomotsu Hegui (つじつま合わせに生まれた僕等 We Who Were Born Out of Convenience)|
|A haunting type curse that is unique to the Have-Nots of Kakin. The user must carry an object connected to the target, such as a photograph, along with a dagger, and must think of the target every day. On the day they want to cast the curse, they must burn the object, drink the infusion of the ashes, and commit suicide with the dagger. The curse will deprive the target of their aura and, in the most powerful cases, kill them in a few hours.
Months, if not years, of preparation are necessary for the curse to grow strong enough to successfully kill the target, and even then a few meters of distance from the target can change the moment of their death from two weeks to three months. It is however estimated that the user killing themselves while close enough to touch the target and looking them in the eye will result in a powerful curse even if not enough time has passed by normal standards. The ability draws power from post-mortem Nen and the user's resolve.
- (To Nukuocon and Cavic) "We use our lives for Second Prince Camilla and the future, not dead princes! Second Prince Camilla gave us a choice when we weren't even human."
- (To Fukataki) "Quell hate with love. I'm good at it."
- The furigana name of the Have-Nots' curse is derived from Japanese mythology, specifically to Izanami's inability to leave the underworld due to having eaten of its food.
- ↑ 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 Hunter × Hunter, Chapter 389
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 36, Chapter 373