Violet Platane

Violet Platane (PS2) Violet's appearance in the original PS2 version.

Viorate (PS2) Violet's appearance in the renewed PSP version.

Viorate (PSP)Violet's appearance in Trinity Universe.

Japanese Name ヴィオラート・プラターネ
(Vu~iorāto Puratane)
Viorate Platane
Birthday July 29
Age 15
Height 152cm (4 '​11 '​ '​)
Weight 46kg (101.41 lbs.)
Family Bartholomaus Platane (Brother)
Weapon Staff
Appears In Atelier Violet: The Alchemist of Gramnad 2

Trinity Universe

Voice Atelier Violet
Noriko Shitaya
Trinity Universe
Noriko Shitaya (Japanese)
Lauren Landa (English)[1].
This article features a character who is in a game released only in Japan. The editors of this wiki are English speakers, which may cause certain translations or information to be incorrect.

Violet "Vio" Platane is the main protagonist in Atelier Violet: The Alchemist of Gramnad 2.

Violet is an optimistic girl with a bright personality, who grew up and lives in Karotte Village. Her dream is to make Karotte the best city in the whole world. She is skilled with housework, and also dislikes talk about height. She was taught alchemy by Eisel Weimar.

As she loves Karotte Village, she refuses to move to a neighbouring kingdom together with her parents. Instead, she stays behind in the village together with her brother, Bartholomaus Platane, and opens up her own shop.

Notably, Violet has a strong love and passion for carrots, originally planning to build her shop on "carrot cuisine" and refusing to move anywhere where carrots don't grow. She is often seen holding or eating carrots in her expression portraits.


Violet is the protagonist of Atelier Violet: The Alchemist of Gramnad 2 and the character the player will take the role of. The player can on several occasions choose between alternatives what Violet will say or do.

Violet refuses to leave Karotte Village, and opens up her own "alchemy shop" to support herself. She will have to prove to her parents that she can manage her own shop within three years time. Violet starts out by taking request from bars, but is eventually able to open her shop, Violaden. Violet will be able to hire her friends and allies to accompany her while gathering ingredients and aid her in battle, or to be a clerk for her store.

The player's achievements and actions will determine and affect the future of Karotte Village and Violet, and various events of the game.


Violet will use a staff as weapon in battle. She can use items like Eisel, in battle. She can also use skills on her own or together with other characters.


Skill Level Learned MP or LP Usage Skill Description


(Grün Blitz)

Starting level. 35(MP) Fire magic attack which targets one enemy.


(Angel Spirit)

Starting level. 16(MP) Inflicts MP damage to one enemy.


(Love Story)

Starting level. 48(LP) Co-attack with Bartholomaus.



Starting level. 35(LP) Get thrown away by Brigitt and inflict HP damage to one vertical line of enemies.

Trinity UniverseEdit

Violet appears as one of the playable characters in Trinity Universe. To train her alchemy skills and become a great alchemist, she creates plenty of things using materials from all over the Netheruniverse. Her other goal is to cook great food with carrots as the main ingredient. Violet is still running a shop called Violaden (VioLeGarden in the English translation), but its interior design and location is widely different from the one seen in her game of origin.

She is an old friend of Pamela and a friend to Rizelea, whose investigation team she is also a part of. She is a good friend of Flonne as well, but she makes Flonne nervous. She views Etna as a dangerous girl. She is worried about Lucius, who is like a rebellious brother to her[2].

In Rizelea's story, she joins the team in the second chapter - "My Friend Really Likes Carrots". Rizelea asks her to create a Meteorite, which is a magic stone that enhances ones abilities.


  • By examining the bookshelf in Violet's room, Violet comments that she used to read a lot in the past.
  • Her name is often confused between Violet and Viorate, both of which have different katakana spellings in Japanese (noticeably with ヴィオラート Viorate being pronounced longer at the end). Whether the more common Japanese use of "Viorate" in promotion videos is meant to be as it is or a broken English attempt at Violet, is unknown.


  1. [1] Wikipedia
  2. [2] NIS America official Trinity Universe site

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