Death the Kid, Liz, and Patty - Wax MeltRegular price $6.50
Scent: Lemon, apple, anise, cinnamon, ginger, vanilla, fall woods
Size: 3 oz, 6 1" cubes
Melt: 1 - 2 cubes at a time
Use: Any wax warmer
Wax: Natural Vegan USA Soy
Artist: Jean Tumbagahan
"I don't deny evil. There is no one person without some evil in him. Everything is about balance. As long as "good" and "evil" are in perfect balance...there's no problem."
Described as possessing an "uptight personality" Death the Kid is known to be a normally calm and mature individual. Throughout the series, he's shown to be prideful of his status as a Shinigami wanting to become the next full-fledged Shinigami and inheriting his father's responsibilities. However, he also wants to do so in his own unique way, even telling his own father he wants to makes his own weapons to his specifications despite Death informing him that as a Shinigami, he doesn't really need to collect souls. Despite his great capabilities, Kid also possesses some flaws, most notable him being a perfectionist to the point of having OCD/OD-esque qualities.
Patty acts and speaks like a young child, often using a singsong voice. She pronounces words like "hello" and "sorry", as a child would "hullo" and "sowwy", and seems to still be learning about simple things such as assigning animal noises to the right animal. This child-like disposition can lead to her coming across as nosy or insensitive, such as when she boldly asks if Crona is a boy or a girl . However, concepts past extremely basic ones may not have been explained to her due to her generally childish demeanour and inability to understand a lot of things, as exemplified by Liz congratulating her on simply getting animal names right. This lack of knowledge may be due to her growing up on the streets and presumably not having a formal education. While Patty is very child-like, Liz is very moody and more like a stereotypical teenage girl (worried about makeup, shopping, looks, etc). Despite mostly being the cool-headed and serious of the sisters, she is shown to be extremely afraid of paranormal things, convinced that any ghost she meets is out to eat her (where her paranoia severely irritates the ghosts that are trying to help her). She can also be a little cynical, jaded, and shallow sometimes (but not always), and sometimes takes advantage of other people for her own gains, like when she pretends that Tsubaki's cooking is her own to impress a boy she likes. She can be flirtatious and can also be charming to men, mostly in order to deceive them.
This delicious scent combination combine's Death's uptight attitude (anise, cinnamon, and ginger), Liz's cool-headed and serious personality (vanilla and fall woods), and Patty's child-like demeanor (lemon and apple) to create a vibrant fragrance perfect for this trio.