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See article: Pit (History)
Pit is peppy, and like many Nintendo protagonists, Pit is fearless and heroic but also is more chipper among the others. He faces many dangers and threats with little hesitation. For example, in Chapter 21 of Kid Icarus: Uprising, Pit sacrifices his life to save Dark Pit after the Chaos Kin attacks him. He orders Viridi to activate the Power of Flight. When she does, Pit's wings burn up as a result of using the power too many times too recently, and he ends up unconscious. Pit has no problem fighting against monsters many times his size and is always ready to help the humans when they are in need. The angel has a notable humorous side and enjoys cracking jokes and bantering with Palutena. Pit is also very confident, which makes him bit of a show-off at times. He can, however, become a little reckless due to his gung-ho and naive personality, which causes him to get into trouble at times. Nonetheless,Pit is a good-hearted and friendly character. He is described by Viridi as "insufferably upbeat" and by Dark Pit as "unbearably cheerful." He is also moderately gullible at times when the gods are joking.
His trust in Palutena is absolute, but he is shown to be somewhat nervous on his own, such as during the ascent of the Lightning Tower. Without Palutena to back him up, he steadily becomes quieter and quieter. The words Palutena spoke to him while possessed (to the effect of "I don't need you anymore," "We're no longer friends," etc.) will probably haunt him forever. While in Hades' body, Pit also tries to replicate Palutena's helpful dialogue as she can't contact him. He becomes very self-conscious doing this, but it helps to reassure him.
Pit doesn't seem to be fond of high speeds. This is shown many times in Kid Icarus: Uprising, especially during some of his interactions with Viridi.
In Icarus - Rise of the Lightning Flash , Pit's personality remains mostly the same. However, since he is older, his gung-ho personality has waned significantly. Due to Pit's coming of age, he often finds himself getting attracted to the opposite sex a lot more often than he used to. When his peers mentions anything about Phosphora , Pit gets uncomfortable and sometimes even blushes at the most awkward of times. Still, Pit is willing to help out others if needed, and will not hesitate to risk his life if he sees someone in danger. Also, Pit's brain is more developed, which leads him to often evaluate monsters and threats more thoroughly and decides if it's worth it. Like every other teen, Pit wishes to explore the outside world and to fly by himself for first time.
Outside of the game, Pit complains when dinner is vegetables. Burgers, pies, cakes, etc. suit his taste more, yet he'll eat anything, regardless of whether or not he's hungry. Pit seems to have more character and background than any other Nintendo character, making him unique compared to the other characters from Nintendo.
He also hinted he owns a computer of some sort, as he asked Pyrrhon for a link to Divinipedia.
Kid Icarus: Clash of AngelsEdit
Pit makes a return in Kid Icarus: Clash of Angels as the main protagonist again, though he somewhat shares this role now with Trip (Dark Pit). His initial defeat at the hands of Parshath leaves him temporarily hopeless due to having inflicted no damage at all, but once his weapons are upgraded by Artem, his confidence returns.
Pit has developed a somewhat disturbing habit of completely shutting up in the face of some insulting banter, usually not speaking anymore until he's snapped out of it. A few characters attribute this to Pit still being very touchy from two years ago.
During this story, Pit rolls the dice and admits his feelings to Palutena, expecting the worst, but is overjoyed when Palutena returns his feelings. His love for Palutena is further proven when Pit is willing to sacrifice his wings a second time to save her, but he is saved from this fate by an injured Parshath, who gives up his body and transfers the last of his power to Pit, giving him a permanent Power of Flight and the ability to transform into Golden Pit. After Pit defeats the final boss, Orichon muses while in the shadows that Pit is strong enough that he might be able to ascend past his angel form and become a god himself.
After the crisis qwells, Pit is sucked into a time warp and sent into the original Kid Icarus game, battling alongside his Classic self to return to his own time. He also attends Magnus and Gaol's wedding after he and Trip retrieve the stolen wedding ring from Perplexion. After gaining all the Zodiac Weapons, Pit teams up with Trip once more to attack the Zodiac Gauntlet.
At the very end, Pit finally agrees to a rematch with Trip, the two battling it out, equal in strength and mind. Pit is victorious, proving himself the stronger of the two Pits once and for all.
As a bit of humor, Pit in this game can read and write, as he states that his comment about being unable to read in Uprising was a result of someone (Viridi) messing with the script.
The Amazing Spider-ManEdit
Pit and the Forces of Nature team up with Spider-Man to fight Medusa and the Symbiote Army, Pit defeats Medusa with the Three Sacred Treasures and helps Spider-Man in his fight with Carnage.
Friends/Allies and EnemiesEdit
- Palutena - Close Friend and Ally
- Dark Pit - Clone, Twin, Friend, Ally and Rival
- Viridi - Enemy turned Friend and Ally
- Magnus - Friend and Ally
- Phosphora - Enemy turned Friend
- Mario - Friend and Ally
- Link - Friend, Ally and Rival
- Yoshi - Friend and Ally
- Kirby - Friend and Ally
- Peter Parker/Spider-Man - Friend and Ally
- Hades - Enemy
- Medusa - Enemy
- Cletus Kasady/Carnage - Enemy
- Eddie Brock Jr./Venom - Enemy
- Norman Osborn/Green Goblin - Enemy