Personality & Character
When Hildegard was young, her mother loved her dearly. Even after it was discovered that she was a Norma, she didn't care and still loved her the same. When Hildegard was being taken from her by the authorities, she begged them give her back.
However, sometime afterwards, she had a second child, whom she named Hilda, after Hildegard's old nickname, and tried to forget about her. As a result, when Hildegard escaped from Arzenal and returned home she had almost completely forgotten about her, and when she discovered that she is Hildegard, she discriminated against her, calling her a monster, telling her to get lost, that she wished that she had never given birth to her and that it is because of her that she could not live a happy life.
Skills and Abilities
She has the ability to use the Light of Mana.
In a flashback, it shows a young Hildegard sitting on top of a tree while her mother looking for her. She then bakes Hilda apple pie and Hilda tells her that she loves her apple pie. Sometime later Hilda is caught being a Norma by the authorities and is being taken away. When her daughter was being taken away, she had wanted to keep her even if she is a Norma. In the present it has been reveal she now has another daughter, Hilda Schlievogt whom she named in memory of her first lost child. When Hildegard returns home, the two are shocked when she reveals who she is. Her mother tells her to leave. (CROSS ANGE: "The Hometown of Betrayal")
It is unknown whether she survives the attack of Embryo. Her fate is left unknown.