501yo| 6.10ft | 205lbs

The main character of the Bayonetta franchise is Bayonetta (real name Cereza). She is a seductive and enigmatic Umbra Witch. Her body has always gained interest from fans. How tall is Bayonetta ? 

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I. Age, Height, Weight of Bayonetta

How tall is Bayonetta ?

1. How old is Bayonetta?

  • Bayonetta's Age: 500+ years old.

2. How tall is Bayonetta?

  • In centimeters: 210 cm

  • In meters: 2.1 m

  • In feet inches: 6’10’’

3. Bayonetta Weight

  • In kilogram: 93 kilograms

  • In Pound: 205 lb

4. Eye and Hair color 

  • Eye color: Grey

  • Hair : Black

II. Bayonetta Biography

Real name: Cereza

Nick name: Bayonetta

Profession: Nun

Bayonetta Biography

The daughter of Umbra Witch Rosa and Lumen Sage Balder is Bayonetta (real name Cereza). She was raised among the Umbra Witches despite having Lumen Sage ancestry. With the exception of Cereza and another witch named Jeanne, the majority of the Umbra Witches were killed as a result of the union of the Umbra Witch and Lumen Sage, which upset the harmony between the three worlds. Cereza eventually ended up imprisoned in a coffin at the bottom of a lake.With no memory of her past, Cereza awakens from her prison in the present and enlists the help of demon weapon maker Rodin and his obnoxious informant Enzo to kill any angels who come after her in an attempt to kill her and wipe out the Umbra Witches, adopting the new name "Bayonetta."

III. Bayonetta Personal Life

  • Date of Birth: December 19th

  • Birthplace: Vigrid

  • Hobbies: Killing angels of Paradiso. Eating Lollipops. Shopping. Dressing Up ; Goals. Recover her lost memories. Save her friend Jeanne from Inferno.

Powers & Abilities

  • Superhuman Strength: Bayonetta is much more powerful than the average person because she is an Umbra Witch. She is powerful enough to kick enormous buildings into the air and suplex enormous dragons. 

  • Superhuman Speed: In spite of Witch Time, Bayonetta moves very quickly. She has a leg-igniting kick speed and the quickness to react to falling satellites. 

  • Superhuman Agility: In addition to her speed, Bayonetta has excellent reflexes. She can easily avoid being hit by lightning or even bullets.

IV. Bayonetta Family

  • Father : Balder

  • Mother : Rosa

  • Daughter : Viola

Bayonetta Family

Cereza was the forbidding child that sparked a rift between the Umbra Witches and Lumen Sage. She was born to the Lumen Sage and Umbra Witch, Balder and Rosa. The Clan Wars were sparked by the exile of her mother and father. She was initially forbidden from learning magic, but she eventually received instruction in it. Cereza, who was raised as the black sheep and was viewed as an outcast by her family, met Jeanne. The two quickly became close friends and frequently engaged in play. When she was younger, her mother gave her the Umbran Watch as one of her birthday presents, and Fly Me To The Moon was sung to her every night.

V. Bayonetta Personality

Rosa, Cereza's mother, was a role model for her when she was a young girl who frequently looked up to her. She also kept a connection with her father, Balder, as evidenced by her time-displaced self (which later overrides her history). She followed her older self under the guise of being her mother, Rosa, and throughout the journey, is inspired by her and gains confidence in herself to live up to being as good as her. Her older counterpart initially referred to her as a "cry baby." She also became fixated on lollipops as a result of Luka's attempts to distract her and calm her down. She later reflects this self-assurance and pride in her life as a young adult, where she is a proud Umbra Witch despite being the black sheep of the clan. She was able to reawaken her Left Eye of Darkness as a result of her adventures with her older self while acting as her mother. 

Having reached adulthood five hundred years later in the timeline, Luka, who thought Bayonetta was responsible for killing his father Antonio Redgrave, describes Bayonetta's personality as nonchalant and somewhat callous. She is shown to enjoy fighting angels in the first game in a playful yet brutal way, keeping her composure, and even attempting to joke around with the more serious angels like the Auditio and Infernal Demons.

VI. Bayonetta Equipment

  • Scarbarough Fair:  In the first game, Bayonetta's go-to weapons. Four handguns that Bayonetta can use in both her hands and feet by magically securing two of the weapons to her heels and depressing the triggers. These four weapons, made by the renowned demon-smith Rodin, have been given the names Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme. These weapons have an incredible rate of fire and stopping power, pushing Bayonetta's magic to its absolute limit. 

  • Love is Blue: A collection of guns, expertly crafted by the renowned demon-smith Rodin, waiting to be used. They go by the names Prelude, Minuet, Toccata, and Nocturne individually.

  • Colour My World: Bayonetta's iconic weapons from the third game, Color My World. The names of the guns are Orange Blossom, Yellow Sunshine, Green Grass, and Blue Sky, respectively. 

  • Onyx Roses: Sawn-off shotguns powered by the souls of fairies

  • Shuraba: A living demonic katana with the heart of the god of war inside that uses the Full-Moon Slash move to unleash waves of energy. 

  • Pillow Talk: A beam sword with the ability to fire green energy waves. One of Bayonetta's most potent melee weapons is this one. 

  • Lt. Colonel Kilgore: Two tonfa that can also be used as rocket launchers

  • Undine: A pair of clubs with the ability to fire both ice and fire. 

  • Rodin: A set of golden rings that can transform into various weapons, including chainsaws, bows, flaming claws, and even trumpets that shoot energy. 

  • Kulshedra: A whip made of a living snake that can reach out and grab someone from a great distance. 

  • Chernabog: A three-bladed scythe with a projectile-firing capability. 

  • Takemikazuchi: A sizable hammer that, when slammed to the ground, can electrify itself and emit electric shockwaves.

VII. Bayonetta's Boyfriends

Marital Status: Dating

1. Luka


  • In centimeters: 190 cm

  • In meters: 1.9m

  • In feet inches: 6’2’’


  • In kilogram: 85 kilograms

  • In Pound: 187 lb

When they interact, Luka is a source of amusement for Bayonetta, frequently teasing him with her words and deeds to get a rise out of him. Although she knows Luka despises the nickname "Cheshire," she still uses it on him. However, as they become more familiar with each other's true histories, she starts using his real name more frequently. After that, Luka helps Bayonetta by providing her with pertinent information and by attempting to put her adventures into context. In the end, while at Aureole, he ends up falling in love with her and decides to enter the Inferno with her soul.

Bayonetta and Dante

VIII. 10+ Facts about Bayonetta 

  1. Prior to Bayonetta 3, in which Jennifer Hale provides Bayonetta's voice, all of her English-language appearances were performed by Hellena Taylor, who also provided the character's voice in the first game's Japanese release. Witches were more of a European myth than a Japanese one, according to Hideki Kamiya, who explained this in an interview. Bayonetta's Japanese voice actress is Atsuko Tanaka, who is best known for her roles as Motoko Kusanagi from Ghost In The Shell, Hibana from Kunoichi, and Lisa Lisa from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. 

  2. The numbers 14111219 are on Bayonetta's wristwatch. It symbolizes the day, month, and year of Bayonetta's birth on December 19, 1411. 

  3. The attire that resembles Bayonetta's standard appearance is referred to as a "battle uniform" of the Umbra Witches when playing as Jeanne in either game. This suggests that Bayonetta's attire is the typical gear worn by Umbra Witches during combat. 

  4. The word "BAYONETTA" is written in demonic script on the ribbons that Bayonetta initially wears in her hair, hinting at where she got her current alias. In Bloody Fate, Enzo claimed that Rodin had given her the name "Bayonetta." According to the Eyes of Bayonetta artbook, the ribbons were initially meant to bind the hands and feet of deceased Witches in their final resting places. 

  5. The idea that witches used their hair in magic later developed from an old European belief that women with long hair were more likely to be targeted by incubi. Bayonetta's ability to weave her magic through her hair is a reference to this idea. 

  6. Hideki Kamiya refers to Bayonetta's "Serious Mode" as one of the character's initial basic designs that was rejected because the hair would enshroud the figure in darkness in his commentary for the first game. During gameplay, developers discovered that Bayonetta struggles to defeat large bosses using her standard attacks. As a result, Serious Mode was created, where each attack generates a Wicked Weave. The older character design was then applied to the scene to add flavor. 

  7. A teenage version of Bayonetta appeared in the game at some point during development, according to Kamiya. This version of Magic Gauge used to replenish over time, and if the player used up all the orbs, Bayonetta would change into this teenage version of herself. Teenage Bayonetta was also removed when the Magic Gauge's operation was modified. 

  8. Bayonetta is never depicted without her glasses in either of the games. She does take them off in one of the cutscenes in the first game before facing Temperantia, but her face is hidden from view.

  9. Bayonetta will begin writing her initials and hearts with the bullets if she shoots aimlessly at a wall.

  10. In The Wonderful 101, one of the later bosses refers to the game's titular superheroes as "crying baby cockroaches," alluding to Bayonetta's dislike of both crying babies and cockroaches. 

  11. In Bayonetta 2, Bayonetta makes a long jab at Hideki Kamiya, who frequently replies to questions on Twitter with the phrase "Ask your mom."


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