Overview[edit | edit source]
Usage[edit | edit source]
Used primarily by gods so they can stand and move around in their own land. Gods have been known to travel to the surface world upon these boards as well. It is unknown how to operate them as they seem to act according to the will of the wielder, although tilting them to one side appears to cause them to go in that particular direction faster.
History[edit | edit source]
In Virgin Soul Episode 15, Jeanne and Nina are escorted throughout the land of the gods on these boards. When Jeanne reunites with Sofiel, she hops off of her own and stands on Sofiel's.
In Virgin Soul Episode 16, Nina, Bacchus and Hamsa rely on these boards to chase after El who is flying too fast for them to catch.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Despite their many appearances throughout the series, these boards are never given an official name.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
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|Objects||Alessand's dagger • Amira's compass • Amira's pendant • Bahamut's Talon • Barossa's dagger • Black Bible • Bounty Hunter's Bracer • Charioce XVII's bracelet • Demon Key • Dromos • El's ocarina • El's toy • Favaro's crossbow • God Key • Golem • Green Stone • Hoverboard • Maltet • Marginal Golem • Martinet's concoction • Nina's whip • Précieuse • Rita's antidotes • Rita's staff • Smoke Bomb • Transcendence Key|
|Objects||Bacchus's carriage • Belzebuth's flying castle • Celephales • Dagonia • Dragons|
Gabriel's ship • Flying ships • Gregor • Hippogriffs • Hoverboard • Lucifer's flying castle