Name : Mary
Alias(es) : Lady
Affiliation(s) : Devil May Cry
What happened next? Nothing, really. We took care of all the remaining devils and that was it.
I still have a job to do that's far from done, which is to eliminate every last demon.
Lady is a human Devil Hunter who first appeared in Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening as both a supporting character and boss. She is the daughter of Arkham and sought to hunt him down, encountering Dante in the process. After the events, she joins Devil May Cry. She also appears as a playable character in Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition.
Lady shares her original name, Mary, with the Virgin Mary, who called on St. Lucia and Beatrice to aid the poet Dante Alighieri in his sojourn through Hell. As such, her chosen name of "Lady" is likely then a reference to one of the Virgin's other names, "Madonna" (Italian for "Lady").
Lady seems to be younger than Dante.
When she is first seen in Devil May Cry 3, she wears a schoolgirl outfit with a short white blouse that bares her midriff and sleeves that reach just past her elbows. The skirt appears to be made of protective plating and she has a utility belt to hold gun magazines, with dark shorts underneath.Connected to the belt is a harness for Kalina Ann. She carries a pistol on the front of her skirt and a sub-machine gun on the back, with a lever action bow gun of sorts strapped to her left thigh, and finally a pistol strapped to her right boot. She wears dark brown gloves and orange-brown knee high boots, with black socks under.
Lady is very fierce, rough, and tough enough to keep up with Dante. She is described as a "psychotic devil-hunting female". Although, when she kills her father, Lady breaks down and cries, showing a more sentimental side.
She hates all demons, even half-demons, and wants to exterminate all of them.</b ></i >
Her greatest weapon at the time was her belief that what she was doing was right.
This causes her to develop a moral bigotry against demons, and she still believes them to be remorseless monsters unable to understand things like love or family.