|“||Quit pretending you're cute!! You sows!!!||”|
— To Royal Capital's citizens in Blackout
Catherine has the appearance of an adult woman with long, curly, light-colored hair. She has light colored eyes, thick dark eyelashes and wears dark-colored lipstick on her lips. A necklace with a star-like pendant, which is connected to another chain with a similar piece at the end, adorns her neck. Additionally, she wears a dark-colored hat with a furry brim and a long conical crown. There are two fuzzy light-colored balls on the left side of the brim as well.
Catherine wears a dark-colored dress with furry skirt. It slightly exposes her chest through a diamond shaped opening and also features a fur trimmed collar. The sleeves are sightly wider on the upper arm with three diamond-shaped designs stacked linearly on each of them. Similar designs, but in horizontal orientation, are also located on her waist. Furthermore, a pair of fuzzy light-colored balls, similar to those on her hat but much larger, are also placed on her behind.
When Catherine loses almost all of her mana, her appearance alters into the look of an elderly woman. She also loses most of her muscle tone, with wrinkles prominently covering her face as if she were extremely malnourished.
Catherine is a narcissistic person who deeply cares for her appearance. Due to this, she is extremely sensitive of other's opinion in that regard. She quickly changes her attitude to Yuno from a seductive lady to a merciless witch after Yuno remarks about her appearance. However, it does not stop her from asking the surrounding people for their opinion of her. Other remarks that she finds insulting could also instigate her anger, such as when a citizen calls her a monster.
As soon as Valtos teleports the Magic Knights away from the Royal Capital, Catherine reveals herself to the citizens and starts absorbing their mana, which causes several of them to pass out. However, Yuno, who managed to escape the Spatial Magic spell, interferes while she is torturing one of the citizens. Catherine is immediately attracted to Yuno, but his comments towards her sparks a fight between them.
During the fight, Yuno asks Catherine for the reason behind the invasion. She does not reveal any significant information, other than their mission to assassinate a certain someone. Over time, Catherine begins to overwhelm Yuno as her Curse Magic spell deteriorates the his senses. However, when she is confident of her victory, Yuno suddenly gathers a considerable amount of mana around himself and summons Sylph. Catherine is rendered unable to evade nor retaliate when Yuno releases a devastating attack towards her.
After exhausting all of her mana to withstand Yuno's attack, Catherine crashes into one of the nearby towers. Seeing several people are inside the tower, she immediately tries to steal their mana, but Charmy Pappitson, who thinks Catherine is trying to steal her food, refuses to succumb to the threat and launches an attack, which sends Catherine flying away from the tower and leaves her unconscious on one of the rooftops.
Not long after, Charmy restrains Catherine while she is still unconscious. She is then taken to a room where Marx, one of the Magic Emperor's aide, tries forcefully to extract information from her mind and one of her teammates, Georg. However, the aide's attempts result in failure due to a protection magic spell cast on them. Subsequently, Catherine declares that she would not give them any information even if she were not being protected by said spell.
Days later when Asta is brought to her and Georg to undo the spell that is protecting their minds, Catherine wonders who Asta is. Georg reveals who Asta is, and Catherine worries, pleading for him not to undo the spell. Asta does not listen and taps them with his sword, removing the mental protection. Catherine and Georg are then put under Marx's spell and forced to answer questions. When the captains of the Magic Knights are summoned before them and Julius asks who is the traitor among them, Catherine along with Georg reveals that the captain of the Violet Orca Gueldre Poizot is the traitor.
- Curse Magic: Catherine uses this form of magic in conjunction with her ash element affinity. This magic allows Catherine to slowly deteriorate her opponent's senses and renders them blind, deaf, and numb.
- Mana Absorption: Catherine has the ability to forcefully absorb mana directly from others. Every mana she absorbs becomes part of her own, which she could use to cast her magic spells. She could use this ability on multiple targets at once.
- Enhanced Magic Power: Like others in White Night Eye, Catherine has a large mana pool.
- Grimoire: Catherine possesses a grimoire, which contains various ash-based magic spells. It has a dark-colored cover with simple rectangular borders and a three-leaf clover insignia at the center of the front cover.
- Magic Broom: Catherine uses a magic broom as a mode of transportation. It has the appearance of a regular broomstick with a shaft and a bundle of bristles at the end. A necklace with a star-like pendant, similar to the one she is wearing, is tied near the upper section of the shaft.
- "Quit pretending you're cute!! You sows!!!" 「可愛子ぶってん じゃないわよ!! メス豚がー!!! "Kawai ko butten janai wa yo!! Mesu buta ga!!!"」
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Black Clover Manga — Chapter 35 (p. 8).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 28 (p. 14-17).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 37 (p. 6).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 28 (p. 11-17).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 29 (p. 1-3).
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 Black Clover Manga — Chapter 29 (p. 6-8).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 29 (p. 11-19).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 30 (p. 3-7).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 37 (p. 16).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 37 (p. 6).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 54 (p. 3-5).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 54 (p. 17-19).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 55 (p. 1-2).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 28 (p. 13-14).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 29 (p. 6).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 29 (p. 1).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 29 (p. 15).
- ↑ Black Clover Manga — Chapter 28 (p. 14).