|Hair Color||White (when summoned by Jeanne)|
|Weapon(s)||Infernal Magic, demonic fists, feet and headbutt|
In the first game, only Madama Styx's limbs appear as Wicked Weaves that Jeanne uses in her battles. In Bayonetta 2, the demoness appears entirely for the first time when Jeanne is the selected playable character, replacing Butterfly in her appearances for these battles and also during Umbran Climax.
Book of Infernal Demons
|“||Queen of the River Styx, the boundary between humanity and Hades, Madama Styx is said to be a moth living within the human world. These insects, born from the magical power that flows from a woman's body, are charged with luring the souls of sinners into Inferno. By trading their soul to Madama Styx, one is able to obtain great power and knowledgeable counsel."||”|
–The Book of Infernal Demons.
Similar to her counterpart, Madama Butterfly, Styx takes the form of a humanoid woman with insect traits, though with a moth theme instead of a butterfly. Her skin is a pale white color and she has her own unique headpiece that resembles a large ring with square patterns on the inner part and dots on the outer. The hole in her headpiece shows a glowing, red moth insignia, and golden ornaments also align on her forehead and black mask-like details goes over her red eyes.
In Bayonetta 2, it is revealed that the design of Styx's dress, heels and cuffs are the same as Madama Butterfly's but colored red. The straps below her breasts look different as well as her breast size, being less endowed than Madama Butterfly in the same way Jeanne is less filled-out when compared to Bayonetta.
She is also shown to be the same size as her counterpart as well (barring her headwear).
Role in Bayonetta
In the first game, only Madama Styx's arms and legs are shown during Wicked Weaves and are the main source of Jeanne's more powerful attacks.
When fighting against Jeanne, Madama Styx's limbs are one of the only types of attack that Bayonetta can dodge to activate Witch Time. From the second battle against Jeanne onward, a quick-time event between the witches' demons also cause multiple hands to lash out at once in a clash.
While playing as Jeanne, Madama Styx's limbs manifest in the same way as Bayonetta's Wicked Weaves. Her limbs can change color when equipping particular weapons and manifest in different ways from palm thrusts to sweeping kicks. She also forms Jeanne's shadow when it is cast and her wings are used to give the witch an extra boost in height when she jumps. When equipped with the Sergey's Lover Madama Styx also appears as two images that mimic's all of Jeanne's moves.
Role in Bayonetta 2
Madama Styx returns in a similar manner to the first game, serving as the basis for Jeanne's Wicked Weave attacks. The witch uses the demon as the only source of her Wicked Weaves. Madama Styx's previous attack movements and provided abilities return along with some new attacks such as uppercuts and flying kicks.
Madama Styx manifests and attacks the same way Madama Butterfly does during Umbran Climax and certain Torture Attacks. Playing as Jeanne while fighting the Masked Lumen during Chapter IV allows players to control Styx as she goes one-on-one with Temperantia. Madama Styx will also replace Madama Butterfly in some cutscenes, the same way Jeanne replaces Bayonetta in Story mode.
Bayonetta (Gallery) • Jeanne (Gallery) • Zero • Enzo • Rodin (Gallery) • Luka • Cereza (Gallery) • Antonio Redgrave • Umbran Elder • Rosa • Father Balder (Gallery) • Jubileus the Creator
Masked Lumen (Gallery) • Loki • Loptr • Aesir
Handguns • Scarborough Fair • Onyx Roses • Shuraba • Kulshedra • Durga • Odette • Lt. Col. Kilgore • Sai Fung • Bazillions • Pillow Talk • Rodin • All 4 One
Love Is Blue • Rakshasa • Alruna • Kafka • Chernobog • Undine • Takemikazuchi • Salamandra • Master Sword • Arwing Guns • Chain Chomp • Umbran Armor • Unforgiven • Holy Glaive
Affinity • Dear and Decorations • Enchant • Applaud • Ardor • Irenic • Beloved • Kinship • Fairness • Grace and Glory • Fearless • Harmony • Inspired • Braves • Gracious and Glorious • Joy
Acceptance • Belief • Accolade • Valiance • Cachet & Compassion • Urbane • Enrapture • Fidelity • Gravitas • Allegiance • Hideous • Hatred • Fury • Pain • Pride • Greed • Malicious • Resentment • Sloth
Contracted Demons • Gomorrah • Malphas • Hekatoncheir • Scolopendra • Phantasmaraneae • Little Devils • Madama Butterfly • Madama Styx • Queen Sheba
Labolas • Mictlantecuhtli • Baal • Hydra • Diomedes • Carnage • Madama Khepri • Omne • Fortitudo • Temperantia
Golem • Fortitudo • Temperantia • Iustitia • Sapientia • Father Balder • Jeanne • Jubileus the Creator •
Gomorrah • Valiance • Glamor • Masked Lumen • Valor • Insidious • Prophet • Alraune • Balder • Loptr • Aesir • Rodin, The Infinite One