|Other Names||Spoiled Girl (by Gammon)|
|Classification||Awakened Vessel of Sin|
- "I wanted someone for chores."
The Waiter was the awakened vessel of Pride. Acting as the spoiled and capricious waitron of Evil's Theater, the awakened vessel ignored her job's duties and piled the responsibility on Gammon Octo when seeing the opportunity. She was saddened to be missing her counterpart.
Sometime before EC 990, the Four Mirrors of Lucifenia awakened as the Waiter, who acted as the theater's waitron but neglected her work. At some point, she decided to pull a prank on the inhabitants, hiding the vessels around the theater until Ma had an intruder recollect them for her. When Gammon Octo was sentenced to death by the Master of the Court and awaiting his execution, the Waiter intervened. Wanting to use Gammon for chores, she recruited him as the theater's chore guy.
When Gammon submitted a "motion" to review the script regarding his vision for the Director Doll's utopia, the Waiter attended the faux hearing but largely ignored the prophecy. In EC 998, she attended the "trial" the Master of the Court held, searching for the vessel of Wrath. There, she explained her reasoning for saving Gammon's life during the Director Doll's interrogation of the Cursed Gardener.
Personality and TraitsEdit
As the awakened vessel of Pride, the Waiter was selfish and whimsical, reflected in her distaste for servant work at the Theater. Despite being its waitron, she acted as if she had the "leading part" among the inhabitants, reflecting her own conceit. Regardless of her crude behavior, she was sorrowful due to the loss of her counterpart, and sometimes looked glum as a result. She also appeared to be lazy, saving Gammon Octo's life only for him to do chores for her.
Skills and AbilitiesEdit
The Waiter, being a vessel of sin, is assumed to have all the powers associated with the Four Mirrors of Lucifenia. Also, she seemed to be very persuasive, convincing the Master of the Court, who was intent on condemning Gammon to death, to spare Gammon Octo and allow him to work at the Theater.
Gammon Octo: A fellow inhabitant of the theater. The Waiter saw him as a means to lighten her work load, rescuing him so he could do the chores in the theater.
Conceptualization and OriginEdit
- Waiter's name is written as 待つ者 in Japanese kanji, literally meaning "the one who waits"; this reflects the notion that she is "waiting" for her "counterpart".
- While many intruders came to the theater only to be executed by the Master of the Court, the Waiter chose to save Gammon in particular to do chores.
- The waitress of the Graveyard restaurant in USE Levianta also uses the name "Waiter", albeit as an alias.