Lacus Clyne is a character from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED & SEED Destiny and is a major character in The Knights of the Multiverse, introduced in Season 2. A popular vocalist and leader in her home dimension, after her world was destroyed, she joined the Crystal Knights in their dimension-hopping escapades alongside her lover, Kira Yamato, after being tricked by Axis Zeon to fight them.
At first glance, Lacus seems naive and like a bit of an airhead, but it's only due to her idealistic and pacifistic nature. Beneath the surface as a pop star, she's actually quite the deep and philosophical person, as she demonstrates when she delivers speeches throughout the series - mainly about the ironies of calling for peace yet doing so with weapons in hand, and the real causes of war as being within the human heart itself. As the leader of the Clyne Faction in her home dimension, Lacus is very charismatic, strong-willed, and determined to see their fight for peace through to the end. Like her father Siegel, she wishes to see a world where Naturals and Coordinators would willingly work together and coexist in harmony, disregarding the notion that Coordinators are an evolved species. Being a pacifist, Lacus holds a strong dislike for war, expressing that they are simply started and repeated through a never-ending cycle of attack and retaliation, though she is never afraid to fight back if she needs to.
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Skills & Equipment Edit
- Coordinator Enhancements
Because Lacus is a coordinator, her mind and body are enhanced above a normal human's abilities; though the full aspects of her abilities are undefined, her most outstanding talents lie with singing and dancing, as she developed into an influential cultural pop-icon in PLANT.
- SEED Mode
Like a few certain Coordinators, Lacus also has the ability to enter SEED mode, a form that enhances her delegation and coordination abilities greatly.
Lacus believes that Haman is an honorable woman with his concern for his men's lives and his surprisingly noble fighting skills. Still, she could never condone her actions in the least.
Unlike Haman, Lacus has zero respect for Glemy. The way he builds up trust for his comrades only to toss them aside is nothing short of despicable.