Eve has long, honey blonde hair that also doubles as a weapon in many of her battles. She has bright magenta eyes like her creator Tearju Lunatique (though in the manga Tearju has green eyes). Her vision is better than avenge about 20/13 (1.5 in Japanese measurements). She has the appearance of a teenage girl.
Eve's style tends to be a mix of classic femininity and gothic lolita. She often wears dresses, bows, and boots. Her preferred color of clothing is black. In the manga, her style transforms from a plain black dress and shoes to more elaborate clothing.
As a genetically modified clone, Eve has a robotic and straightforward personality. Originally accustomed to doing what others instruct her to, she becomes very focused when there's a good bounty. She's also competitive with Train, wishing to replace him as Sven's partner in the manga and generally wanting to be better than him in the anime.
Since Eve was raised in a sterile, closed off environment, she is initially extremely innocent and naive. In both anime and manga, she has no idea what ice cream is until Sven introduces her to the sweet treat. After joining Train and Sven, Eve becomes very interested in the world around her. With an inquisitive mind, she becomes highly knowledgeable and enjoys reading books. She also likes to observe others to learn more about them. Her favorite book is "Heart-Pounding Survival" (Maroon Library).
Train Heartnet: On episode 7, when Train called her a killer she was hurt by his words and went out of the house. The members of chronos saw her and tried to capture her but Train saved her. When Train called her "princess" she became confused and asked him "You think I'm a princess?" she later blushed and pouted. Since then Train has been calling her "princess" and the two became closer than ever.
Sven: A father like figure to Eve.
Train infiltrates the mansion and points a gun to Eve's head, with her remarking that she smelled blood. Sven interrupts and attempts to save her, leading Train to be targeted by Eve's bodyguards. There Eve transforms into her counterpart soul Adam, and stabs Sven, but he is later nursed back to health.
She leaves the mansion, and Sven finds her in the park. There, Sven buys her ice cream and they both feed pigeons the cones. She is abducted by her guards, though, and Sven is unable to catch up with them.
Later, Sven saves her from dying in the explosion of the lab. Train is still after her, and points a gun to her head, but stops before pulling the trigger. She then becomes a part of the team.
She and Sven go to the fireworks show, and Eve senses Train. They find him nearly dead and take him back to their hideout where she nurses him back to health for the next week.
During the final confrontation with the Apostles, Eve fights Leon, but only with enough force to stop him. She wanted him to return to his former life with friends, something she succeeds at.
Later, she is kidnapped by the rogue Chronos number, Mason Ordrosso and hooked up to a machine called "Eden". In there, in her dreams, she meets the soul that dwells in her Adam. However, with some distraction, Eden veers off course. Train manages to destroy Eden, and saves Eve.
Eve is created as a clone of Tearju Lunatique, the leading researcher on a team hired by Torneo Rudman. She is created with nanomachine technology and thus has the ability to transform parts of her body into any weapon or form she chooses. Eve is raised in an isolated environment and saw nothing beyond the laboratory and mansion of her owner.
Train and Sven first come across Eve after agreeing to help out an infamous thief named Rinslet Walker. She wants to get some of the valuable research from Torneo's laboratories and the sweepers stand to gain a large bounty if they capture him. They head to the small country of Sapidor, where Torneo and Eve are. Train goes off on his own to scope out Torneo's mansion and he witnesses Eve killing several of Torneo's less efficient subordinates on his orders. The underworld tycoon calls it 'playing tag' but Train intervenes before Eve can kill the last one. She is surprise to sense that Train has 'the scent of blood' on him just like she does.
Bodily Manipulation: Eve is able to use nanotechnology to transform her body into various weapons. Initially only able to alter limited parts of her body, she is later able to transform her entire body at will, though it causes much strain on her body.
- Arms: She generally turns her arms into blades, hammers and shields
- Hair: she can turn her hair into fists, hammers, and microblades able to cut through steel
- Skin: Eve turns her own skin into steel
- Wings: she sprouts wings from her back to fly and fires the feathers as projectiles
- Tail: Eve transforms into a mermaid in order to swim more efficiently.
Feather Bullet: Is Eve's first projectile attack but it isn't meant to kill people so it is weak in comparison to her other attacks. The feathers are formed from incomplete nanomachines.
- When Kentaro Yabuki was coming up with Eve's name, he wanted it to be something that gave the impression of innocence and purity.
- In the Abrahamic traditions, Eve is the first woman, made from one of the ribs of the first man, Adam.
- In To Love-Ru, a manga that is written by Saki Hasemi and illustrated by Kentaro Yabuki, Eve and her powers were used as a design for the character Golden Darkness. Both of these characters share the same voice actor, creator and name (Golden Darkness' real name is Eve).
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