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|Chateau Aensland character|
Danny Lilithborne (Brother)
Julie Lilithborne (Sister)
Melissa Lilithborne (Sister)
Lupe Lilithborne (Sister)
Ruby Lilithborne (Sister)
Sheila Lilithborne (Sister)
Glynis Lilithborne (Sister)
Sandy Lilithborne (Sister)
Jenny Lilithborne (Sister)
Maria Lilithborne, also known as María Magdalena Marquéz, is a supporting character in the Chateau Aensland saga. Lilith's first resurrected daughter, Maria is her mother's connection with the divine and is the newest incarnation of the believer turned angel Mary Magdalene. She is a guardian of Julie Lilithborne and is key in awakening both Julie and Danny to their new lives.
Name: Maria Lilithborne
Also known as: María Marquéz, Mary Magdalene, Sante Maria, Miriam Mijdel
Height: 5'3" (160cm)
Weight: 110 lbs. (50kg)
Hair/Eyes: Black/Dark Brown
Fav. Meal: Fish ceviche
Theme song ("Happy"): Sarah McLachlan, "Ice Cream"
Theme song ("Sad"): Rie fu, "I Wanna Go to a Place..."
Theme song ("Determination"): Mitsuko Horie, "Golden Queen Galaxia (hero mix)"
The first reincarnation of a Lilithborne that Lilith recovered, Maria is Lilith's connection to God. Unlike Danny, whose angelic nature is largely suppressed due to his own volition, Maria communes with God regularly and exercises His authority and power. Between her, Danny and Ruby's knowledge of the arcane pantheons, Chateau Aensland is a divinely guarded shelter.
She is also the oldest Lilithborne and has the most experience with the outside world, and is sometimes called upon to do errands when Lilith cannot leave the Chateau and Sara is otherwise occupied.
- Before she met Vera Hayes, Maria was a feminist scholar.
- Lupe and Ruby are Maria's blood sisters.
- Danny's true self, Gabriel, calls her "Sante Maria".
- Maria was born in 1906.
- Maria, along with Lupe, Ruby and Melissa, exist as pure spirit without mortal bodies.
- In "Children of the Mist", Selene calls Maria "Miriam Mijdel" in a dream. This is a reference to Khalil Gibran's book, "Jesus the Son of Man", where Mary Magdalen calls herself "Miriam of Mijdel".