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Twigadamus, known in Japan as Diviner・Puregu, is a character in Magical Starsign. He is a clairvoyant who lives in Honey Mint on Puffoon, able to see into the future with his magic crystal.

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Personality[edit | edit source]

Twigadamus is very wise, friendly, and thoughtful, with a youthful sense of humor. In Japanese, he ends sentences with ぢゃ dja rather than です desu or だ da (am/is).[1]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

It is unknown what Twigadamus looked like before assuming his current form, in which he is an inconspicuous tree branch.[1]

Biography[edit | edit source]

Early life[edit | edit source]

Twigadamus lived in Honey Mint for over a thousand years, losing his human body after his soul accidentally slipped out of it. Ever since then, his soul had remained within a tree branch.[2] In the Japanese version of Magical Starsign, his full name was revealed to be Puregu Lakeside, cited by Corduroy among other magicians as graduates of Ambergris Preparatory School. Blueberry Lakeside from Magical Vacation, was also mentioned as an Ambergris graduate, implying that Twigadamus is Blueberry's ancestor.[3]

Magical Starsign[edit | edit source]

The party first met Twigadamus after their brief skirmish with Lt. Mugwort of the Space Police in Honey Mint. Before then, Brioche had taken in a fugitive Chai, who fled the police carrying secret documents, but was brought back to Bena Rikashi by Brie Pourri. Brioche's father Cresson bribed Mugwort to leave the party alone, offering Brioche's piggy bank of two million bira. Brioche groveled over the loss of his money, which he planned on using to own a restaurant in Bena Rikashi. However, Twigadamus returned to the village and reminded Brioche that his dream was fated to happen, as see saw it in his magic crystal. Introducing himself to the party, Twigadamus told them of how popular Madeleine was among the Baklava system's magicians. He then welcomed them to look into his crystal, wherein they saw a vision of the Space Police HQ and chest near a fishing brownie. As a parting gift, the students were given the sky book, which taught them the spell celestial swap.

During the party's quest to find the wind millennium gummy later on, they visited Twigadamus in Honey Mint at King Suspiro's request. Observing his crystal, they learned that the wind gummy was kept in a shrine above Puffoon, accessible beyond a sprouting bud in Quinoa Plain. Using wood wild magic, Chai was able to turn the bud into a viney ladder, bringing the party up to Couscous Ruins.[1]

Nomenclature[edit | edit source]

Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan.svg Japanese 占い師・プーレグ
Puregu Lakeside, from グレープ gurēpu (grape)
Flag of France.svg French Bâtonadamus Twigadamus
Flag of Germany.svg German Zweigadamus Twigadamus
Flag of Italy.svg Italian Legnadamus Timberdamus
Flag of Spain.svg Spanish Ramadeus Twigadeus

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the game's files, there exist battle sprites of a stick, presumed to be Twigadamus, suggesting he was going to be an optional party member. His name is listed as ぼう (Stick), which is a nickname used during his introduction in Japanese.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Magical Starsign
  2. Twigadamus: "[…] I have lived here for, oh…1000 years? I lost my body ages ago. Just up and misplaced the fleshy thing. I was sad about that for a while, until I found this great stick, and I thought, why not run with it?"
  3. コーデュロイ: "★タコツボ塾出身の 有名な魔法使いは たくさんいますよ! ジン・レオ…… ユガ・ターバ…… プーレグ・レイクサイド…… グラン・ドラジェ…… ビエ・マルク…… ブルーベリー・レイクサイド…… ★どなたかご存知かしら?"

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