|• Characteristics •|
|Age||11 (by 2043)|
|• Professional Information •|
|Prev. Affiliation||Grace Field House (Shipped out)|
|• Relationships •|
|Allies||Ray, Emma, Norman|
|• Debuts •|
|Manga||Chapter 1 (Flashback)|
|Other Media||A Letter from Norman|
She was an orphan residing in the Grace Field House under the parental care of Isabella. She was 2 years older than Ray, Emma and Norman, and cherished the trio more than anything. She was especially close to Ray, and the first one to which Ray implied the truth of the orphanage.
At the age of 12, Susan was shipped out of Grace Field and was killed and fed to the demons, presumably those of high-ranking in the Imperial Capital.
Susan was a young fair-skinned girl who stood at an average build and height. She had upper-back length black hair with two locks of hair framing her face. She bangs were evenly cut and styled into a middle part. During her appearances, she is depicted in her shipment clothes.
Susan was described as a headstrong girl who was apparently like the perfect fusion of Ray, Norman, and Emma. Similarly to Emma, she was kind, cheerful, friendly, well-tempered, and mature. She was very athletic, and was implied to have a full score on her tests. She was also loving, empathetic, and reliable, and cherished Ray, Norman, and Emma deeply. She always went to Ray when in need.
At the same time, Susan was incredibly perceptive, as she picked up on things that no one else did. For example, she noticed the slightest changes in emotion on Ray's face, and although she couldn't always understand him or the other children around her, she tried her best to do so. Despite her kindness and wanting to help everyone, she was morally ambiguous and could be selfish at times.
- Susan made a cameo in The Promised Neverland anime's first and second ending theme songs, Zettai Zetsumei and Lamp respectively. Susan was the girl who was in her shipment clothes, longingly looking out from a window.
- Susan dislikes bugs, especially worms.
- It’s implied that she was shipped to be the meal during the Tifari. And as such implied that she couldn’t even become a Mama.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 A Letter from Norman: Chapter 4
- ↑ The Promised Neverland (Manga): Chapter 155, page 16