|Season:||Kamen Rider 555|
|First Appearance:||Episode 3|
|Last Appearance:||Episode 38|
|Number of Episode Appearances:||9|
Violet Dean is a recurring Orphnoch renegade ally in Kamen Rider 555. She is a teenage girl whose desire is to go to a place where there is no fighting.
Originally a normal human, Violet was bullied terribly by her younger half-sister Calla & other girls on her school's female basketball team. Then things got worse as Violet's parents favored Calla over her, with only her messaging to Kendrick keeping her happy.
The extreme emotional stress Violet suffered from caused her to fall down the snow covered stairs, leaving her unconscious & thus reawakening as the Crane Orphnoch. Though she attempted to use her power to help, it backfired when Calla used her as a scapegoat for her injury & had Violet kicked out of the family as a result. But when the mistreatment got worse after the school basketball team teased her for the last time, Violet finally "snapped" & single-handedly knocked out the entire girls basketball team, including her half-sister. Horrified of her actions, she runs out of the school, disgraced, & soon meets Carter, who joins her in learning of their new-found existence. Though she agrees with Carter's ideals of protecting humans, Violet occasionally attacks humans who seem bad (bullies, etc.) on reflex without others knowing, a habit that would eventually gain the interest of Lucky Clover because despite being a renegade, she hurts humans. It's implied that Carter & Saral were unaware of her actions. She exchanged e-mails with Kendrick to a lesser extent after becoming an Orphnoch, as she later developed a strong crush on Saral, though he did not reciprocate. Eventually she & Kendrick come to realize who the other was, & they had a brief relationship before she was weakened by the police's shots & escaped Anissa when Violet was unable to assume Orphnoch form.
At the end of the series, Violet was impaled by the Elasmotherium Orphnoch.
Crane Orphnoch's redesigned version is also dramatically different than that of the original. The shape of the crane head design has a more feminine look as the face is more human-like. She can assume a Flying Form. Her winged collars are also extended & protruding upward in a flying pose. One more significant change is the addition of crane-like legs that appear in place of the original Orphnoch-humanoid legs during Crane Orphnoch's flight.
She can fly freely in the sky at 480km per hour to dazzle the enemy with afterimage effects caused by her rapid motion.
- Yuka Osada - counterpart at Kamen Rider Wiki