This wiki deals with any topics pertaining to Strike Witches (ストライクウィッチーズ?), specifically the animated series (as well as the official and some of the unofficial written and visual works), and references contained within Strike Witches to persons, events, technology or other elements of the Second World War.
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Some points of interest
While Marian Carl was having in depth studies in engineering and aviation mechanics her witch powers were discovered, she received training as a flying witch in the Navy training school. She demonstrated great talent for marksmanship in the training school. She excelled not just in aerial battle but also in attacking land targets.
Marian looks most like a noble if she stays quiet, but she has a sharp tongue. She's usually sarcastic, but actually sentimental at heart. Her dream is to challenge the speed record, and for that she wishes to some day meet Flight Lieutenant Yeager of the 501st JFW to receive a lecture about increasing the speed of the machine.