"Well, do you know about Season Fairies? Do you know who they are? Believe me, I do. They're the little fairies who create all the wonderful weather. They make it rain, stir up the wind, and conjure up the beautiful clouds." — Saga, OVA Special Part 1
Saga Bergman (サガ・ベルイマン) is one of the main characters of the series. She is very prompt and organized, however she is also a workaholic and finds it hard to adapt to plans gone awry. Saga lives with her grandmother Regina since the death of her mother three years previous to the show.
When she's not in school, Saga works part-time at the local coffee shop, Little Me.
It is hinted that she might have feelings for Phil.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Saga is a mature, intelligent 11 year old. She is also very organized and loves to plan things, from an outing with friends to a plain ordinary day.
However, Saga is a workaholic and doesn't know how to relax or to adapt and improvise when plans have gone awry, which often results in her getting frustrated.
Saga loves to play the piano and hopes to one day be as good as her mother, Ingrid Bergman, a famous pianist. Saga often goes to the local music shop Crescendo to play her mother's white grand piano, which was moved there shortly after the death of Saga's mother.
Saga is also a very caring girl and is often the one to get Sugar out of trouble. In "The Tiny Guest" (episode 15) when she and her grandmother are babysitting Kanon (her grandmother's best friend's daughter), Saga takes on the responsibility of caring for her, taking on the role of a mother rather than a sister or babysitter.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Saga wears a white and blue long-sleeved v-neck t-shirt along side a short red pleated skirt. On her right hand she has a plain black metal bracelet. In her hair she wears two golden barrettes with a dark red "X" weaved into it. She also wears the same design as a necklace.
During The Muhlenberg Festival, she wears a purple top with a white chest and a burgundy skirt.
In the OVA, Saga wears a beautiful pink dress as a costume for a school play.