She is Myu's mother.
Remia is a beautiful lady in her mid-twenties with long green hair and green eyes. Unlike humans, her ears are fan-like fins. She also has maple-like hands with a folded thin film attached in between her fingers just like the rest of her race.
After arriving on Earth, Remia is given a pendant by Hajime to make herself appear human. Her emerald green hair now appears as emerald blond, and her fin ears now appear as human ears.
Remia is a kind and strong-willed woman who would risk her own life for her daughter and her daughter's benefactors. She is a bold woman, as said by Hajime's female companions, because of the reason that she speaks bold words and flirts with Hajime if there was a chance by address Hajime as Darling (ダーリン, Dārin).
Remia is a perceptive woman who's good at understanding the thoughts of others. In the short time Hajime stays with her, she understands that he would have to leave for his journey eventually, but subjected it would be more sad if he leaves Myu so soon. She further helps Hajime with his conflict about leaving Myu, understanding he really has come to see her as his daughter.
Remia has a great sense of fashion, as she is the one who provides Hajime with various jewelry designs for his business after she returns to Earth with him.
Powers & Abilities
- Expert Swimmer - As a dagon, Remia can breathe underwater and can swim much faster than a human.
- Remia tends to start her sentences with "Ara ara" (あらあら).
- Ryo Shirakome based Remia off of Alicia Florence from Aria.
- Alicia's Japanese voice actress, Sayaka Ohara, also voiced Mona Haulia.
- Due to an incident that occurred during her first Valentine's Day on Earth that involved Tio, she has a tendency to get extremely embarrassed to the point of entering a form of extreme depression whenever she remembers what happened.
- Remia is somewhat unique among Hajimes' wives; she's the only one who can't use magic, and is also the only one who's been married before, even having a child (which is how she end up meeting Hajime).