Viridi continues to love plants, animals and nature, and still thinks deep down that humans are a waste, but doesn't make any more Reset Bombs because she works closely with Palutena now to help them defeat Amazon Pandora, and in return Palutena helps Viridi to defeat the Chaos Kin. She becomes the patron deity for Dark Pit, and often takes him places he doesn't want to be at the time, but Viridi explains why and most of the time it benefits him as well.
In this story, Viridi is mostly the same as in Uprising, but does not try to attack the humans anymore. She is now the patron deity of Trip (being the one who coined his new name) and eventually Ohka, being the one who flies Trip to his destinations. After Pit and Palutena get together, Viridi's words on the subject, usually snarky comments, suggest she is jealous of them.
In this story, Viridi helps Pit by supplying him with the Power of Flight after Palutena is captured. She gets captured after Pit gets the first Power Orb, to which Phosphora fails at attempting to rescue Viridi from the Monoeye of Death.
In this story, Viridi deceives Ares and Enyo working as a double-agent. She finds out most information like attacks on Pit. Viridi is a big aid to Pit with her army. She grants Dark Pit abilities and gives him the power of flight.
In The Mother Goddess, Viridi's role is much similar to that in Uprising. She seems to have lost some of her contempt for humans, however. In this story, she is the patron deity of Dark Pit, and therefore acts as a source of information, much like Palutena. A lot more of Viridi's character is exposed in this game as well.
Viridi has decided to stop attacking the humans thanks to Pit and Palutena's efforts, but she still dislikes their actions and nature. Viridi uses the Forces of Nature to fight against the Underworld Army, and offers help to Pit to take down Orcos, such as forces as backup as well as her commanders on occations to help with the current task they're doing.
Now that Pit has gone freelance, he gets most of his support from her now. Though she still makes sarcastic remarks, she's much nicer to Pit than she was in Uprising, and her crush on him that was implied in Uprising is much more apparent, though she still gets nervous and denies it when Palutena, Phosphora, or Dark Pit tease her about it. While she's still not very fond of humans, Pit has taught her to see the good in them, and she won't attack them anymore.
The Amazing Spider-ManEdit
Viridi sends the Forces of Nature to help Spider-Man and Pit defeat Medusa and her Symbiote Army.
Viridi has a new form, and she now looks like a thirteen year old girl, and she no longer has a crush on Pit, and likes Pittoo instead. She says her new form was so she'd be taken more seriously, because " It's hard to get respect when you look like an eight year old!" But it was mostly to get Pittoo to love her back. (LOL!) In Worlds Collide: The Return of Tabuu, she accepts Tabuu's challenge to defeat him, and take the portal to the Subspace Emmisary to help Lily, the Chosen Ones, the Smashers, the Supporters, the Assist Trophies, the returning Smashers (ones who were removed), and the other people who accept the challenge.