|Eye color||Green (Right) Red (Left)|
|Status||Deceased (2004), Alive (2013), Deceased (Manga)|
|Number||Fourth Rozen Maiden|
|Medium||Kazuha Yuibishi (Formerly)|
Motoharu Shibasaki (Formerly)
|Artificial Spirit||Lempicka (レンピカ Renpika)|
|English||Julie Ann Taylor|
|Anime||Rozen Maiden - Episode 08|
Rozen Maiden Zurückspulen - Episode 01
Souseiseki (蒼星石, Lapislazuli Stone / Blue Star Stone) is the fourth doll of the Rozen Maiden series. She is the younger twin sister of Suiseiseki.
- Suiseiseki's younger twin, Souseiseki, is the polar opposite of her sister, even in eye color - while Suiseiseki's mismatched eyes have the right red and the left green, Souseiseki's eyes are right green, left red. Her appearance is not only the most masculine of the dolls, but her speech is also noted to be of the masculine form. She dresses like a boy, and the fact that she refers to herself as "boku" instead of gender neutral pronouns like "jibun" or "watashi" makes her even more boyish. Souseiseki has moderately-short, chestnut-brown hair and wears a blue caplet over a white shirt, blue pants and a top hat with short black boots.
- Souseiseki possesses a sharpness in her speech that is similar to Shinku's, attacks ruthlessly in combat, and does not tolerate sub-par actions. Although Souseiseki's character is the complete opposite of her elder twin's, they are rarely seen apart from each other. Souseiseki is slightly more eager to participate in the Alice Game, due to a sense of duty to Father. Souseiseki often becomes the voice of reason whenever Suiseiseki does something mischievous, but most of the time she is caught up in the trouble her twin sister makes. She is quite serious most of the time, but she's still very kind hearted.
Weapons and Skills
- Souseiseki's artificial spirit is the light blue colored Lempicka (レンピカ Renpika), who is used to summon her weapon, golden garden shears. In combat, they are used like a sword to block and parry attacks. In the dream worlds of humans, Souseiseki uses the shears to cut away the brambles that represent one's memories. While ideally, only the dead roots could be cut away, freeing a human of his or her burdens, the good memories could be cut off as well, killing the person inside.
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