The King of Fighters XIV final concept
|Full name||Sylvie Paula Paula|
|Height||161 cm (5'3")|
|Job/Occupation||Agent of NESTS (formerly), NESTS "reject"|
|Likes||Her friends (her favorite eyes, and the friend who lives in her head)|
|Dislikes||Not cute things, growing over beards|
|Hobbies||Collecting fingerprints from good-looking men; piano|
|Favorite food||Sweets, meat, "miyako kombu" (kelp material dipped in vinegar)|
|Forte in sports||Horizontal bar|
|Fighting style||Electromagnetic force|
Sylvie Paula Paula (シルヴィ・ポーラ・ポーラ) is a new character in The King of Fighters XIV. She is voiced by Mio.
One of the last remnants of NESTS, Sylvie was considered useless by the secret society until the day she demonstrated her electromagnetic powers. After the cartel's collapse, she was scouted by future employer Antonov during an underground fighting event and was later hired along with Mian and Kukri as part of his Official Invitation Team.
Sylvie is a cheerful and innocent, yet strange and childlike individual. It has been suggested that her personality has been affected as a result of her powers or the experiments performed on her to bring about said abilities. She considers the objects she wears and a voice inside her head as her "friends". She can take matters seriously and is trying to overcome her past trauma. She fears her former NESTS seniors like Angel, afraid of being called "useless" or "junk", and feels a certain kinship with fellow NESTS experiment Kula Diamond.
- Electrokinesis - Sylvie can control electricity.
- Levitation - Using her electrokinesis, Sylvie can propel herself across the ground and into the air.
Fighting Style Edit
Sylvie's fighting style is heavily centered around electrical manipulation mixed with her own odd improvised form of martial arts.
- Venator Ballare - The King of Fighters XIV
- She is the second character on KOF franchise to have more than one last name, the first one was Wolfgang Krauser.
- Her appearence is similar to the japanese singer Kyary Pamyu Pamyu.
- Her outfit resembles the Diabladas from a Chilean/Peruvian celebration named Fiesta de la Tirana del Tamarugal.