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Hallat is a character in Love Nikki. She is a goddess worshiped in Wasteland.



Hallat has black hair and a pair of eyes regarded as "eyes of miracles".[1]


Hallat is a deeply kind and devout person who values her friends and family.


Early Life[]

Hallat was born after her mother drank the waters of Lake Torance. She was born with her eyes wide open, which were regarded by the priest of the tribe as "eyes of miracles" given by the Sun God Ra.[1]


A war broke out due to a seven year drought. Hallat was pained to see so many people she knew dying and asked the Sun God if this is what he wanted. She closed her eyes, saying the world shouldn't be this way, and found herself in a golden sea, with a holy bell tolling in the distance.[1]

Hallat declared to the Sun God that she would sacrifice herself in exchange for his mercy. She knelt and touched her forehead to the floor, then rose and took a step forward and bowed again. She continued until the blood on her forehead stained her white dress crimson and she could no longer see. At the very edge of the brightness, her body gave out, but at the same time her wounds were healed by a hand that touched her forehead.[1]

Hallat was given two divine birds, called Bassar or Bashir, one to water the land and one to sow the seeds of hope.[3] The divine help ended the war and Hallat could hear people chanting her name back on the land. She walked into the golden light and was henceforth worshiped by the people of Wasteland as the Goddess of Hope and a symbol of peace.[1]

Appearances and Mentions[]

Main Story[]

Around the World[]

This character does not appear in any Around the World stages.

Dream Weaver[]

This character does not appear in any Dream Weaver stages.


This character does not appear in any events.



This character is not mentioned in any individual items.

Name by Server[]

Version Name (Romanized)
International.png International (English) Hallat
Chinese Flag.png China (Simplified) 哈丽德 (hā lì dé)