When Lauretta was younger, she asked for Waltraud to teach her the skills of assassination. "Nothing good will come of it, my dear," her grandmother had said with a stern face. It was only now that her golden locks so encumbered her that she understood Waltraud's sentiment. Though Lauretta never needed to fear being harmed by bandits, she could only look back on her kind forebearer's generosity with regret.
See Long-Locks Lauretta.
Lauretta is an Italian feminine name, a variant of Laura of Latin origin; the meaning is "the bay, or laurel plant". A variant of Loretta (Italian). In classical times, a crown was made from the leaves of the bay laurel for heroes or victors as a symbol of honor and victory. Also can be from Spanish roots, with the meaning "pure".
Second 20-PWR card given as a reward after Lilia, After Perfection.
- Artwork by Songjjang100.