Atelier Sophie introduces Meklet, Atomina, and Tess

New characters introduced in Dengeki PlayStation.

Atelier Sophie

Dengeki PlayStation this week introduces three new characters set to appear in Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book.

Get the details below.


  • Meklet (voiced by Sachi Matsumoto) – A young boy who appears before Sophie. He seems to be looking into alchemy, though his intentions are unknown. He has a childlike appearance, but can occasionally see through to the true nature of things.
  • Atomina (voiced by Hina Kino) – A young girl who is always by Meklet’s side. Compared to the lively Meklet, she is more so the silent type. She tends to display the innocence appropriate for her age.
  • Tess Heitzmann (voiced by Sayaka Nakaya) – A bright and simple-minded troublemaker. She’s the show girl working at a cafe to support her large family.


  • There will be “Group Requests” where you’ll be contracted to collect materials and battle monsters in the same area. Rewards for these requests are set higher than normal requests.
  • You can obtain vouchers as rewards. There are also items that can only be obtained through vouchers.
  • While its effect is unknown, something called a “Date Ticket” is in the game.
  • You can learn about new item and monster appearances by listening to rumors at the cafe.
  • You can make Plachta wear only chocolate instead of clothes.

Thanks, Games Talk.

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