Burt's navi, Exorcist, resembles a young girl of the age of perhaps seventeen or eighteen. Despite her child-like face, Burt took liberties to give her as glamorously proportioned of a body as he could without it being too noticeable beneath her robe. Her face is very expressive with clear blue eyes and a cute smile that drives Burt into frenzies.
Exorcist's most distinguishing feature is her extremely long, white hair, extending from the back of her hat, clipped with a wide, black bow near the neck. Her equipment is a yellow robe, not terribly form-fitting aside from the yellow band around the waist which also holds her navi emblem. Her black, loose-fitting hat is a traditional piece which rises into an indistinct point with a 45 degree slope at the front and a rounded back. Beneath her yellow robe is a black skin suit. She wears neither gloves nor boots.
Her favorite weapon is her wooden sword, which she feels fairly certain is made of untainted peach oak despite the fact that it has no real physical form and materializes in her hands. It is black in color.
Burt's navi, Exorcist, resembles a young girl of the age of perhaps seventeen or eighteen. Despite her child-like face, Burt took liberties to give her as glamorously proportioned of a body as he could without it being too noticeable beneath her robe. Her face is very expressive with clear blue eyes and a cute smile that drives Burt into frenzies. Exorcist's hair is white and long, extending down nearly to her feet. Since her original reveal, it's feathered outward somewhat, as have her bushy, parted bangs; she no longer ties it with a ribbon. Her eyebrows are black, despite her hair color.
Exorcist's new hat is a Mandarin-style cap with a black, even rim, fitting close to the head. Inside and rising slightly above the black portion is a yellow dome, topped with a black, short tassle. Her modified outfit includes some of the same elements as her original: it is still primarily yellow in color and still fairly conservative. The outermost layer consists of a yellow robe, with wide sleeves detached from its main body, showing her shoulders through. The sleeves are held on by a black thread of rope, attached discretely at the back of her metallic black belt, a carryover from her old costume. Her emblem still occupies its same place in the center of the belt, inset into a circular plate. The robe continues down into a yellow back beneath the waist, falling to about her thighs. The front is open, save for a modestly wide black cloth, which hangs the same length as the back cloth. A tassled rope, white instead of black, frames the cloth and tucks into her belt. This portion and also the sleeves can only be comfortably removed by unlatching the belt, which has a hidden breakaway point at its back. If it's taken off, the robe will also open.
New to Exorcist's outfit are black gloves and boots, made out of a metallic substance similar to her belt and extending to her elbows and knees respectively. The fit is very close, allowing her hands and feet to retain most of their shape, although each shoe has a combined toe. At the knuckles and knees are mixed white and black plates in the style of a yin-yang symbol, elongated to an elliptical shape. While the lower are mostly cosmetic, the others now act as a port, separating in half and allowing her to dispense charm tags. These charm tags are printed as they roll out, ordinarily utilizing ink. Her most powerful charms require her own blood instead, but the plates now automate the process without the need to create a slit. This changes little besides making it so that Burt doesn't have to see her cut herself.
The black undersuit has been modified into a shape like a long-sleeve turtleneck sweater, although slightly tighter. It extends down to just above her thighs, providing her enough coverage so as not to be indecent from any angle, more so with the robe over. The sleeves are ordinarily tucked into her gloves; her calves and feet are bare beneath her boots. She wears another garment underneath this as well, but it's highly unlikely there will ever be need to discuss it.