Reala Thompson (リアラ・トンプソン), née Reshia Tinsel (リーシア・ティンゼル), is Garfiel and Frederica's mother. First appearing in a flashback in Arc 4, she formally debuted in Arc 5, where she played a pivotal role in Garfiel's character arc.
She was believed to have died in a landslide after leaving Sanctuary, which greatly scarred Garfiel. However, in Arc 5, it is revealed that she survived but lost her memory due to head trauma. Afterward, she moved to Priestella, where she remarried and started a new family.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Reala has green eyes and long golden hair which she braids into ponytail.
After reuniting with her son in Priestella, Reshia wears brown and black. She seems to have a Pyroxene necklace, a plain white shirt and black shoes.
Personality[edit | edit source]
She was considered a rather unfortunate luckless person by those who knew her due to having lived a life a of much hardship, despite that she was known to carry strange but kindly disposition After being involved in a rock slide, Reala has no memories about Garfiel Tinsel and her past as Reshia, but her affectionate personality did not change.
History[edit | edit source]
Somewhere in the past, she was involved in a rock slide accident, which led her to be found by Garek Thompson with seemingly no memories of her past. He took care of her and brought her to Priestella. A few years later, they married and had two kids, Fred Thompson and Rafiel Thompson.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Equipment : Reala used to carry a necklace made of Pyroxene (輝石), however she took two stones off the necklace and gave one to Garfiel and one to Frederica.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Originally, Reala has golden hair the whole time, which was mistakenly colored as orange in the Light Novel, volume 13. However, in volume 17, it was fixed by making her hair golden as intended.
- The Author considers her to be the most luckless person in Re:Zero.
References[edit | edit source]
- "In the story, the most luckless woman is Garfiel and Frederica's mother" Season 2 Episode 16 Commentary
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