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Miss Yesel






Unseen Empire


First Appearance

Chapter 3.00 E

Yesel is the wife of Prost Surehand and a villager of Riverfarm.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Yesel has red hair, which her daughter Chimmy inherited from her.[1]

Personality[edit | edit source]

Background[edit | edit source]

She had been friends with Durene's mother,[2] and so she had been one of the villagers closer to Durene than others. Even so, when the village raised the half-troll girl, Durene was not treated like Yesels own children, of whom she had two daughters and two sons. Even much later, Yesel hadn't outright apologized for that treatment like her husband had done.[1]

Chronology[edit | edit source]

She met Laken when he first visited the village together with Durene after a week had passed, handing them a basket full of food.[3] Later, she took turns with her husband when they tried to persuade Laken to move from Durene's cottage to their own farm.[2]

In the avalanche that destroyed Riverfarm, one of her sons died.

Yesel gifted a grey-blue knitted scarf to Ryoka Griffin, for her bringing out supplies to the snowed-in village. That scarf was in turn ruined by the spirits of the winter solstice.[4] When the two women met later again, Yesel was still too effusive with her praise for Ryoka's taste.[5]

Miss Yesel organized the [Washers] service of Riverfarm in Laken's absence.[1] She also oversaw the [Cooking] service.[6]

When Laken returned, [Lady] Rie found use for Yesel in the fledgling outreach program of Riverfarm, to supply other settlements with food and to establish diplomatic contacts again.[7]

Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]

Classes/Levels:[edit | edit source]

  • [Needlewoman] Lv. ?
  • [Sewer] Lv. ?

Skills:[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

She owns three books.[8]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • (To Ryoka) “Is now a good time, Miss Griffin? We finished what you were asking for. We think it’s all good—it’s quite an honor, you entrusting it to us!”

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