Beatrix (ボナパルト・ハッタイン・ヴィヴィアージュ, Bonaparuto Hattain Viviāju) is a character in Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny.
Beatrix is Electra's mother and the mayor of Fenith Island. She lost her wealth due to the downfall of the De Sainte-Coquille family, but she digs the hole in the back of her house in hopes of finding her fortune.
You first meet this character mining the hole in the back of the mansion. Treasure is her favorite thing to search for as well as enjoying many various foods. She is also known as the Mayor of Fenith Island.
Beatrix is a kind hearted woman, offering what help she can to those who ask. She spends her time mining the hole outside the back of the mansion searching for treasure but she stops when it comes to her daughter and food.
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She can be found in the dining hall of her mansion most mornings, and goes out to her garden to dig after having breakfast. However, she also stays inside the mansion some days, instead of digging.
During Lucky Lotto days and some festival days, she goes to the Plaza.
- If you talk to her she will eventually teach you that you can knock on doors to visit people outside of normal hours (For the PS3 version, stand by door and move the right stick and on the Wii version, waggle the nunchuck).
- Surprisingly, Beatrix is good friends with Gerard, a fact that can be discovered by witnessing her friendship events.
Beatrix will ask Aden if he has any time to talk. If you do then the screen will fade to black and they will reappear in her backyard where she's mining. Aden will ask about her treasure hunting and she'll tell him that her intuition is telling her that there is treasure in her backyard. She then says that adventuring is the spice of life. It may be even more important than three meals a day. Aden will then suggest that she should try going to sea, but she will reply that she has enough adventuring here and that she already had to sell her boat anyway. She will then ask if you want to 'jump into the world of adventuring' with her but Aden declines her offer, saying that he doesn't want to dig holes all day.
Beatrix asks Aden once more if he has some spare time on his hands. She escorts Aden to the dining room of the mansion and explains the true reason for wanting to talk and proceeds to mention she has something for him to look at. Unsure at what the object was that Beatrix showed him, she explains she found it on the beach and had high hopes it could be a treasure from long-forgotten civilisation but was soon interrupted by Gerald, who upon closer inspection of the object exclaimed that is what nothing more than a piece of glass, perhaps off a broken bottle that washed ashore. Disappointed, Beatrix exclaims to Gerald what he said was a depressingly realistic thing to say and was saddened by the fact he did not pretend that there was a hint of romance and adventure involved but Gerald soon apologised and said he would d do his best to pretend. While watching the predicament, Aden noticed that aside from the small arguements, Beatrix and Gerald were very good friends albeit a strange pair.