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"Be sister to the flowers, woods and waters. Pure of mind and body." Those were Florem's ways...
—The Matriarch

The Matriarch (おばば, Obaba?) is a minor supporting non-player character in Bravely Default and Bravely Second: End Layer. She is the administrator of Florem.

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Appearance Edit

The Matriarch is a rather round, short woman with short stature. She has brown hair and tied it up high. She wears a veil as a headdress, a blue, loose robe and a necklace with blue gems. Her real name and age are unknown.

Personality Edit

The Matriarch is a responsible woman. She is a devoted follower to the original ways of Florem. Yet, she is unable to administer drastic return to the ways of Florem, as being radical is against the Crystal Orthodoxy.

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Bravely Default Edit

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Etymology Edit

A matriarchy is a social organizational form in which the mother or oldest female heads the family. Descent and relationship are determined through the female line.