NPC Icon.pngAulie Meulchamps
  Elezen / Wildwood / Female

Zone(s): Western Thanalan - The Waking Sands  (5-6)
Affiliation: Scions of the Seventh Dawn
Occupation: Lancer

"I thought for sure that it was some sort of scam—that they were rounding up hapless adventurers for some nefarious ends."

A seasoned adventurer of twenty-seven years, Aulie was bid to join the Scions by Tataru in Black Brush—though she was somewhat dubious of the invitaton at first. What the Wildwood woman lacked in tact she made up in caring, and in time she came to be an elder sister to Arenvald. She, too, fought alongside A'aba when the imperials came, laying down her life to protect the half-Garlean lad.

Gender Female
Race Elezen
Clan Wildwood
Body Type Adult
(~76.6 inches)
Bust Size
Jaw Option 4
Eye Shape Option 3
Iris Size Large
Eye Color
Eyebrows Option 2
Nose Option 1
Ear Shape Option 1
Mouth Option 1
Lip Color
Lip Shade Light
Ear Length
Facial Features/Tattoos/Ear Clasp/Face Paint




Member of Organization(s) (1)

Additional Dialogue
The Scions of the Seventh Dawn
That receptionist is something else. Did you perchance notice how small she's written the names in her roll? I couldn't make out a single one, no matter how hard I tried!

...Sorry, just trying to make idle conversation. This whole affair has me all worked up. I thought for sure that it was some sort of scam—that they were rounding up hapless adventurers for some nefarious ends.

But now that I've seen the facilities for myself, I must confess it looks legitimate...
A Wild Rose by Any Other Name
The robberies and disappearances? The Amalj'aa are the most likely culprit, wouldn't you agree?

Then again, this is Thanalan—one cannot discount the possibility that moneyed interests are involved.
A Hero in the Making
I'm not sure I grasp the purpose of these remembrance ceremonies. Whether you remember or rewrite the past, what does it matter? It isn't as though you can repeat it.

Our present-day enemies ought to serve as sufficient motivation, don't you think? The only lesson I believe we should take from the Calamity is that far greater threats can and will appear.
Wrath of the Titan
Guarding Noraxia is a prestigious duty indeed. Arenvald is right to be excited.

(But he has never crossed swords with a Garlean before. I worry what will happen if he is forced to confront his father's countrymen.)
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