This Nagael seems to be relatively the same to her counterpart in the original trilogy.
Trying to talk to her in battle will result in her saying, “Silence, Sinner” and nothing more.
“An angel of judgement and punishment accompanied by her sacred snakes, she falls in the seventh circle (Principalities). Usually enshrined in the court of Heavens, her normal role is to judge the souls of humans after their death depending on how they lived their lives. Those found guilty of crimes are punished by her sacred snakes. Tightly coiling around them, they punish the criminals with agonised ecstasy until they repent their sins.
Though in times of great peril, she will come down to the surface world herself. In those times, she will use her sacred snakes to exact punishment and judgement directly on the surface world. But those who are judged by Nagael on the ground are not brought up to the Heavens. After reaching their death while being punished on the surface world, their soul is again set for judgement in the Heavens.”
- Snake Punishment – Physical Attack, All Enemies
Principality Nagael has only one attack, but it is an extremely powerful one. It hits the entire party and can deal anywhere from 300-450+ damage. Killing her as quickly as possible by using powerful attacks or avoiding her altogether is the best option.
“Somethings off about this Nagael… She isn’t the same as the Nagael I made… ….sorry but there are a few little things that bother me about her. Let us resume the evaluation. You are better off not fighting that Nagael. Avoid encountering her altogether. As a proud Angel, she hates bare soil. So if you pay attention to where you are walking, you should avoid a confrontation. Now go, oh brave Luka. By the way, I cannot get a fix on your location. Where in the world are you?”