Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland - Chibi Totooria Helmold Free Paper Toy DownloadThis paper doll craft is a  Totooria Helmold (simply as Totori), one of only four alchemists in the entire kingdom, the main protagonist of Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland, and a major supporting character inthe papercraft was created by niseke.

Totori is first introduced in Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland as a young, somewhat clumsy and naive aspiring alchemist. She means well, and is very sweet and caring. When she begins her life of adventuring, Totori is timid, shy, and tires easily. She depends on the support of others, but eventually grows to be a strong and dependable adventurer, making many friends along the way and spreading her name throughout Arland.

She grew up in the small fishing village of Alanya with her childhood friend Gino, and is the daughter of a world famous adventurer Gisela. Her mother's mysterious disappearance prompted Totori to begin adventuring, and to gather clues of her mother's whereabouts.

She recieved her alchemy lessons from the famous alchemist Rorona, and was Rorona's first student. She makes a lot of mistakes when she first begins practicing alchemy, but eventually becomes a very distingused alchemist, even becoming good enough to teach others after years of practice. She uses the assistance of Chim in battle and in alchemy.

Atelier Totori

The player will control Totori throughout the game, and she is the main protagonist. At the start of the game, Totori is only 14, and has just started doing alchemy after meeting Rorona and learning alchemy basics. She goes to gather materials with her childhood friend Gino, and the two soon talk about becoming adventurers. Totori's mother was a famous adventurer who had gone missing years before the story began. Although most people say that her mother is long dead, Totori still believes that her mother is alive, and wants to go out and search for her.

Her sister Ceci is completely against the idea of her becoming an adventurer, but when Totori puts an effort in to show how serious she is, Ceci has no choice but to support Totori's wishes. Once Totori visits Arland to get her adventurer's license, her adventure begins, and she delves into the world of alchemy, adventuring, and exploring on her own personal adventure. The player's actions will determine the game's endings and events.

Atelier Meruru

5 years after the events of Atelier Totori, Totori has been summoned to the kingdom of Arls to become the kingdom's alchemist in place of Rorona, who was unable to go because of complications. She has retired from adventuring, and now focuses entirely on alchemy. Totori acts as a teacher to the main protagonist, Meruru, the young princess of the kingdom who is excited to become and alchemist.

Totori mentors Meruru in the basics of alchemy, and allows Meruru to use her workshop and container as she ventures through Arls developing her kingdom, mentoring her along he way. Totori is also a recruitable party member. [Source: wikia]

You can download the doll paper craft template here: Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland - Chibi Totooria Helmold Free Paper Toy Download

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