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|Please give me Wilma, the girl with the smile of a saint, a talent for art, and a deep compassion for others.|
A talented artist, Wilma also contributes illustrations to the books printed at the orphanage workshop.
Wilma has a young, shapely face, with light brown eyes "with a tinge of mirth to them," bright orange hair, tightly bound up, and looks radiant when happy .
Wilma is elegant and gentle, with a motherly aspect that suits her well as the manager of the orphanage. Wilma's gentle personality makes Myne, and in extension, Lady Rozemyne see her as a saint. She is honest and defends those she cares about, asking forgiveness and understanding for their sake. Wilma also doesn't complain usually, though she withdraws inside herself in the presence of men, tensing up uncomfortably.
Along with Rosina, Wilma was a former attendant of the blue shrine maiden apprentice Christine when she was a priestess in the temple. She was treated differently from the other grey retainers because of her artistic talents during Sister Christine's time. After Christine left the temple, her retainers were returned to the orphanage, where Wilma takes upon the task to look after the unbaptized orphans.
A blue priest tricked her into flower offering (intercourse) once, which was luckily prevented by Sister Christine noticing her absense and rescuing her. Since then she suffered from androphobia (fear of men).
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- How Myne learned about Wilma's circumstances:
- Wilma thinks that Ferdinand has the perfect features, regarding artistic aesthetics, resulting in her drawings making him look all sparkly and prince-like.
- Wilma can only draw things she can picture in her head. As she grew up in the temple's orphanage, she only knows about the gods.
- She wants to give the same love she received herself when she grew up in the orphanage to the other orphans.
- She perceives herself as plain-looking.