Every individual had something unique they held dear. For some it was health, for others, love , and riches for others still. For Nicola, however, it was candy. Her philosophy was that if there were only enough sweets, conflict would be no more and all people could live together in harmony. Her plan to spread candy far and wide may have struck some as naive, but though it she meant to bring about only good.
Added on February 12, 2015 as a part of Sweet Surprise Box Card Pack. Drawnable only with UR Exchange Ticket.
Nicola is an German, Czech and English feminine name first used in the 20th century, a variant of English and French masculine Nicholas. Latinised version of a Greek male personal name (from the Greek Νικόλαος) derived from Nikos meaning "victory," and laos meaning "people," therefore implying the meaning "winner of the people." Nicola was a frequently given male personal name among the traditional Italian nobility, and was used often in the Middle Ages. In the UK and Germany, the male form Nicola has been used as a female name, which originally came from incorrectly presuming the name's vowel ending 'a' was the female form. The female form of Nicola in Italian is Nicoletta.