Brigitt Sihern

Brigitt (PS2)

Brigett's appearance in the original PS2 version.

Brigitt (PSP) Illustration of Brigitt for the renewed PSP version.

Japanese Name ブリギット・ジーエル
(Burigitto Jīeru)
Brigitt Sihern
Birthday July 28
Age 16
Height 160cm (5 '​2 '​ '​)
Weight 48kg (105.82 lbs)
Weapon Gauntlets
Appears In Atelier Violet: The Alchemist of Gramnad 2
Voice Shiho Kikuchi
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Brigitt Sihern is a supporting character appearing in Atelier Violet: The Alchemist of Gramnad 2.

Brigitt is a rich girl from the city. She has knowledge in shopkeeping.

Brigitt moved from Hafen to Karotte Village for treatment of her illness. She hates the country life and her dream is to cure her illness and return to the city again. She dislikes Violet and looks down at her, but since Brigitt likes Rodefried, Brigitt gets Violet to pretend they are friends.[1][2]

Role in Atelier ViorateEdit

After a turbulent night, Birgitt's mansion suddenly appears in Karotte Village. Soon after, Brigitt appears in the village, where she quickly shows that she looks down on people living out in the country. She develops a crush on Rodefried, who is helping her get customed to the village. Because she doesn't have any friends yet, Rodefried also asks Violet to make friends with her. However, despite Violet's best intentions, Brigitt shows no interest in making friends unless it's to look good in front of her crush.

Brigitt can be hired as a clerk or party member. Brigitt can also visit Violet's shop, Violaden, as a customer. Brigitt has a lot of money, and finds the rarity important when purchasing a ware. She's also one of the participants in the yearly contest, and the player can get different events depending on if Violet defeats her or not.

Notably, Brigitt is one of the few characters to have a character-based ending in the game, and was even the only character to have such an ending in the original PS2-version. Additionally, there's several CGs tied to her events and also an animated cutscene.


  • The character's name was taken from a goddess in Irish mythology.
  • It's hinted that her family's monetary wealth is not as great as that of Eisel Weimar's family.
  • She's featured on the cover of Gust Best Price edition of Atelier Violet.


  1. [1]ヴィオラートのアトリエ 〜グラムナートの錬金術士2〜
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