In the time-skip between EL and GAII, Ranpha wears a more formal dress that retains the Chinese motif while still showing off her chest and legs.She replaces the bulb-like hair accessories with red tassel-like ribbons.
However, as affectionate as she is, her hasty and assuming nature comes into its most damaging light as she assumes the worst in a relationship if the couple reach an impasse.Milfie describes it as Ranpha's stubbornness as she will not listen to what anyone else says on the matter once she makes a decision, wrong or not.When romanced, Ranpha is without a doubt, one of the most expressive and intense in showing her affection toward Tact, acting akin to a puppy who demands affection and to be showered with praise.While Tact did not fully meet the expectations of the perfect partner, Ranpha found more admirable traits in Tact that overshadowed his negative ones.translated in the manga as "Angel Troupe," by the Fan Translation of the games as "Angel Wing" (which appears in text in-game but was until then widely presumed to be another name for Emblem Frames), and translated in the anime as "Angel Brigade" the game had to offer on purpose.
This was mostly caused by the combination of the timing of the anime deal and delays in the game's production forcing the anime to air well in advance of the game's release.
Ranpha wears a distinct, bright-red Chinese dress that shows off her lithe figure while revealing a small portion of her cleavage, legs, and navel.
Over her dress, she wears the standard unbuttoned Angel Wing uniform.
is the 2nd member of the Moon Angel Troupe and pilots the Kung-fu Fighter.
Passionate and temperamental to a fault, she is the resident martial arts expert, divination enthusiast, and a yearning romantic.
Even in a separate free roam segment visit to the Bridge, Kazuya witnesses the two cuddling by Tact's chair and their intense outward showcasing of love talk drives Kazuya (and Coco) to gag.