Asuka Langley Soryu is a character from Neon Genesis Evangelion and is a reoccurring character in The Knights of the Multiverse, introduced in Season 1. After all the trauma she had gone through on her own Earth, she finally finds herself free and with people who actually care about her well-being by joining the Crystal Knights in their universe-traveling, supervillain fighting escapades. For a time, she piloted the Black Getter Robo before taking over as the main pilot of Getter Robo G when the Getter Team transferred to the Shin Getter Robo..

Personality Edit

Once a proud individual that would always boast about her piloting skills and violently lash out whenever someone "argued" with her, Asuka just... doesn't have that kind of strength anymore. After being beaten by several of Angels and upstaged several times by her fellow EVA pilots, and then to have the Angel Araelpenetrate her mind and tear down all her walls, she's been left as a very vulnerable, insecure, and scared young girl. She's lost and confused, not helped by how she's been taken away to some unknown world. Still though, as she does spend more time around the other Crystal Knights, she learns to be more open both to assistance from them and to having fun every now and then, especially thanks to the Getter Team acting as her mentors and with teammates like Usagi teaching her that sometimes its okay to act her age once and a while.

History Edit

Pre-Series Edit

When Asuka was only four years old, her mother, Kyoko Zeppelin Soryu (who worked as a scientist for the German branch of NERV) participated in a contact experiment with Eva Unit 02. She thankfully survived the test, but the experience drove her insane, believing that one of Asuka's dolls was actually her daughter, only ever acknowledging Asuka as "that girl over there".

Season 1 Edit

Arrival Edit

Having fallen into a portal, Asuka found herself in a city back alley, where she passed out from hunger loss. She was picked up by Ryoma and Dani while they were looking for a portal they had detected in the area. They quickly took her back to Crystal Headquarters and brought her to the med bay.

Season 2 Edit

Three-Way War Edit

Season 3 Edit

Abilities & Equipment Edit

Piloting Edit

Black Getter Edit

When Asuka joined the Crystal Knights fulltime, she took a Mass-Produced Getter Robo that L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. had heavily modified.

Getter Dragon Edit

After her Getter One robot was destroyed in OZ's sneak attack on Crystal Headquarters, Asuka took up the pilot seat of Getter Dragon once Ryoma and the rest of the Getter Team took over piloting for Shin Getter Robo. From there, she has full access to Getter Dragon's arsenal.

Relationships Edit

Shinji Ikari Edit

Rei Ayanami Edit

Stemming from her traumatic experiences as a child, Asuka used to hate Rei for being nothing more than a doll, doing anything her commander told her to do without question, even killing herself if she was ordered to.

Ryoma Nagare Edit

Ryoma acts as a surrogate father to Asuka, giving her the type of parental figure she probably always needed; someone to give her the emotional support she needs, but always there to also knock her down when she gets too over her head. He immediately saw the potential she had as a freedom fighter, but knew that she had a real problem with pride and letting out her more vulnerable side.

Usagi Tsukino Edit

Usagi is Asuka's closest friend on the team. The young princess offered something really no one in her life offered her before: actual companionship. Someone who would stick by her side through all her faults and look out for her safety. Even when Asuka finally confessed how much of a terrible person she was back on her world, Usagi stayed right by her side, saying that the fact that she realized how she acknowledged her faults was enough for them. Besides, that wasn't the Asuka that she knew.

Atros Edit

Atros is Asuka's second closest companion on the team. The two formed an immediate bond as two lost souls trying to find their purpose (or, in Asuka's case, a new reason to live). This mostly stems from how much she reminds her of herself: being so full of spirit and child-like wonder but being used by bigger people as nothing more than a weapon.

Noriko Takaya Edit

Kazumi Amano Edit

Nyoka Edit

Ruri Saotome Edit

Starscream Edit

Michiru Saotome Edit

Hayato Jin Edit

Koji Kabuto Edit

Notes Edit

Asuka's story in this series occurs after episode 24 of the original Evangelion anime, right before the events of the End of Evangelion film.

To represent how far she's trying to distance herself from her time at NERV, her red Interface Headset that held her twin tails is eventually replaced with two beads, similar to the ones she wore when she was a child.

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