Lestera

Lestera
Non-player character
Biographical information
Pronounsshe/her
LanguagesCommon
PartnerMollymauk Tealeaf
ProfessionFortune teller
AffiliationsFletching and Moondrop Traveling Carnival of Curiosities
Status
StatusDeceased

The actual magic in these oracle cards is in the story they tell. The story you tell.

— Lestera demonstrating a tarot card reading for Mollymauk, [1]

Lestera is the fortune teller of the Fletching and Moondrop Traveling Carnival of Curiosities when Mollymauk Tealeaf joins the troupe.

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Appearance[edit | edit source]

Lestera is a thin woman with teal eyes, wrinkling brown skin, and voluminous curly red hair. She often wears a deep-cut purple dress and gold bangles, with and without translucent blue pants, as well as a draping silk coat of red and blue.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Beloved by those of the carnival, she has a jovial nature, the reputation of which persists even after her death.[2] She enjoys the simple pleasures of life, such as sharing in company and drinks.[3]

Relationship with Mollymauk Tealeaf[edit | edit source]

Lestera is among the first to introduce Mollymauk to the merriment of the carnival and often encourages him to try new things, including teaching him her method of fortune telling.[4][1] Over time, they grow very close, and they enjoy a flirtatious relationship up until her death.[5] Upon her passing, Molly receives her tarot deck and her coat.[2]

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Appearances and mentions[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

When woken by having Greater Restoration cast on him, Kingsley Tealeaf claims he dreamt of a circus, a "beautiful woman in a red coat", and a "sad angel".[6] It is possible the woman with a red coat is Lestera.

References[edit | edit source]

Art:

  1. Official art of Lestera, by Hunter Severn Bonyun and Cathy Le from The Mighty Nein Origins: Mollymauk Tealeaf. This file is a copyrighted work. Its use in this article is asserted to qualify as fair use of the material under United States copyright law.