She met both Adolfine and Hilda during their time with the 501st, and the pair became good friends. Although the Witch Squad has a strict sisterhood amongst itself, Adolfine and Hilda also maintain close ties and occasionally have private visits with each other. It is also possible that Adolfine's friendship with Hilda may have been in part fostered by the malicious and warm-hearted grandmother who is Alasgail Crowe, Adolfine and Hilda's mother and the daughter of Evangelina and Gregor Crowe. Hilda has shown to be an excellent teammate as well as extremely encouraging to other young Witches in all respects.
Adolfine's friendship with Hilda may have been from a more pure reason, as she simply took interest in their younger comrades. While she may have befriended them to the best of her ability, she was a fierce and fearsome fighter. She was a very skilled shadow handler, while Hilda was considerably more reserved and less active when it came to magic, but she is more than willing to step up to a fight when needed.
Once the Witches moved to Castlevania, Hilda decided to stay at the house on Castlevania, and came to live in the modern day city of Valkenburg. After being unexpectedly promoted to witch general after the failure of the coup in Arnheim, she asked Adolfine to return with her to Castlevania, and she moved into the same house. Despite being apart, they kept in touch regularly, and occasionally, Hilda would send Adolfine a postcard.
Hilda is often remembered about the demise of Adolfine. A few days after her birthday, Adolfine woke up to find she had been kidnapped by three witches. Her name was dug up by the plotting witch king Gugenheim who wanted to use the magic of Adolfine to power the Borgia Castle. Adolfine lived in peace and was happy. She decided to travel the world and make new friends. She arrived at the home of Cloke the Necromancer, a traveling magician of the 18th century. He was not overly friendly, but he invited her in, and they became close friends. d2c66b5586