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Emerald Shadowcroft is a villager girl who befriended Runt in WV8/Crafting Alliances. In the beginning, Emerald seemed just like a brat who was on Pebble's side. But over time she warmed up to Runt and the crew and advised Runt with such things as fashion and popularity. Even though she is shallow sometimes, she will do anything for her friends. Her parent's names are Giles(Father) and Vera(Mother).She also has a little brother named Pistachio. She and Kolbert are an item (couple).


Appearance

Emerald (the girl in pink) and Kolb, after the battle in WV16

Emerald is a female villager with long brown hair and brown eyes. Before leaving, Emerald wore a pink villager robe, and then later a mining outfit created by Lola. When Emerald left Villagetown she changed into a more adventure-type outfit, that seems to be black with flowers encrusted on the sides.

Personality

Emerald was once the most popular girl in school. Before she became Runt’s friend, she was "kind of annoying," "never humble, occasionally snide, often cowardly, and always getting into and out of jams," and having a bad temper. She continues to retain her cowardly side and her bad temper after she joins Team Runt. Runt considers Emerald to be on his level, being able to explain the Prophecy in a way he could understand. Emerald has been shown to care little about the rules, convincing Ophelia to loot a shop. She's also sassy and does not like to be made fun of.

Gear

Weapon: Silver Lyre which adds +5 music skill

Head: Pink outfit

Torso: Pink outfit

Armlets: Pink bracers that resemble bunnies

Legs: Pink outfit

Feet: Shoes shaped like bunnies enchanted with Echo Ⅰ



Timeline

WV4: Emerald is introduced in the series.

WV8: Emerald befriends Runt.

WV15: Emerald was invited to The Greater Aetherian Academy, in Aetheria City, the capital.

WV16: Emerald decides that she wants to become a bard.

Aetheria Offline: Emerald crafts pizza for Kolb and later finds Kaeleb to open a chest dropped by an Underlord.

Trivia

  • In the paperback, her last name was once said to be "shadowground." This is due to a translation error (Wimpy Villager is translated into French for 8-bit warrior, then back to English from the French 8-bit Warrior.)