|Japanese Name|| アイゼル・ワイマール|
|Age|| 15 (Atelier Elie)
22 (Atelier Violet)
|Height|| 155 cm (5 '1 ' ') (Atelier Elie)
158 cm (5 '2 ' ') (Atelier Violet)
|Weight|| 42 kg (92.59 lbs) (Atelier Elie)
45 kg (99.20 lbs) (Atelier Violet)
|Appears In|| Main Series|
Atelier Elie: The Alchemist of Salburg 2
Atelier Violet: The Alchemist of Gramnad 2
Atelier Marie & Elie: The Alchemist of Salburg
Atelier Marie, Elie & Anis: Message on the Gentle Breeze
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Eisel Weimar is a main supporting character in Atelier Elie: The Alchemist of Salburg 2, and also appears in Atelier Violet: The Alchemist of Gramnad 2 and Atelier Marie, Elie & Anis: Message on the Gentle Breeze.
Eisel is an alchemist from an aristocrat family. She is first introduced in Atelier Elie where she has a competitive attitude towards Elie, but grows more kind and mature throughout the games.
She is in love with Nordis Fuba, Elie's classmate. However, in contrast to Nordis, she believes that any means of development for alchemy is good, even if the research could be used for weapons or other dangers.
Eisel is a student at the Salburg Academy, and like many others, hopes to become a great alchemist. She comes from a family of artistrocrats, which causes Eisel to possess a great sense of entitlement upon first impression. She eventually learns to be more open minded and friendly towards people.
She is in the same year as Elie, and the two are also best friends. Unlike Elie, Eisel is taught by Hermina who has a much different view on alchemy than Elie's teacher Ingrid. She is a prized pupil in the eyes of her instructor and shows promise as a young alchemist. Rather than hiring Fairies, Eisel is helped by a Homunculus that she was encouraged by Hermina to make. While it doesn't charge money like fairies do, it's not without its problems as it attempts to harvest ingredients inside of the academy and is mistaken for a thief.
Eisel will be present for many cut scenes through the course of the game, and remains very close to Elie. She fights with a staff and is very cheap to hire after she is befriended.
Atelier Marie, Elie & AnisEdit
Like Marie and Elie, Eisel runs her own workshop while also undertaking the task of writing books for the new library. Nordis sometimes helps out in her workshop. She is also available as a recruitable party member.
She appears in the Fantastic Idea-type ending wearing a purple dress as well as in the Livelihood-type ending flying on a flying carpet together with Nordis. The player can also buy a painting of her from the visiting artist.
After the events of Atelier Elie, Eisel leaves Salburg behind. She hopes to travel and learn more about alchemy. In her travels, she stumbles across the small village of Karotte where she meets Violet Platane, a young and naive girl who she helps get rid of a stain on her laundry using alchemy. In the game, she often reminisces about her time spent with Elie and other friends.
Upon seeing Eisel's abilities with alchemy, Violet begs Eisel to teach her more about magic and alchemy. Eisel decides to offer her services while trying to learn more about alchemy herself. She is a playable character capable of using items in battle.
Her likes are jewels, her dislike is "stupid things", and she is categorized as a wealthy customer. Her purchase habit is items with sub effects.
|Skill||Level Learned||MP or LP Usage||Skill Description|
|Starting level.||40(MP)||Thunder magic attack which targets one enemy.|
|Starting level.||40(MP)||Fire magic attack which targets one enemy.|
|Starting level.||40(MP)||Ice magic attack which targets one enemy.|
|Starting level.||N/A||Higher resist to fire and ice magic attacks.|
- The first recipe book in Atelier Violet is named after her (and also provided by her story-wise).
- In Atelier Violet, Eisel can use a skill previously used by her teacher, Hermina, in Atelier Judie.
- In the past, her house was robbed by Der Himmel.