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“So... You're the Liberation Army? I'm Raquel, a hunter. My skill with the bow? Some people say I'm the best in the village, but I'd have to disagree. You came from Verge, right? Then do you know my brother? His name is Ruka. He left the village some time ago saying that he was going to avenge our parents. I can't, though. I don't mind hunting animals, but warfare isn't for me. I am a good cook, though. Here, have something to eat.”
—Raquel, when a character other than Ruka or Sasha visits her house

Raquel (ラケル Rakeru) is a playable character from TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga. She is a hunter who lives in a small village north of the Gram Forest. Her unparalleled skill with the bow has earned her the title of the Child of Bridget. She dislikes warfare and has vowed to never kill another human being. She is the older sister of Ruka and an excellent cook who agrees to pass her skill in this area to Sasha.

Raquel is special in the sense that she is the only combat unit who is unable to defeat any human enemies, due to her vow. However, this can be countered in a special event. Ruka must be recruited from Verge before Map 2 and visit Raquel's house in Map 4 before Sasha does. If both Raquel and Ruka are sent with Runan after the second route split and fielded in Map 26A, there will be two options at the end of the chapter. If the player chooses the second one, she will witness Ruka's death at the hands of an enemy soldier and break her vow, making her able to kill enemies from this point on.


One day, her village was attacked by bandits who had come to claim the women as their own. After most of the men were killed in an attempt to stop the bandits, Raquel appeared from the woods and single-handedly fought all of them by herself, saving Ruka's life in the process. Instead of killing them like many others would, she only wounded them by shooting their legs. It was at this time that Ruka and the villagers first noted her resemblance to the goddess Bridget from the legends.

Raquel is introduced residing in her small village. If Sasha visits, Raquel agrees to join Runan's army under the agreement that she does not have to kill anyone. In several of her scenes, it is implied that she has a one-sided crush on Roger.

In the ending, Raquel asks Sasha to occasionally visit her village and cook with her.



Have Sasha visit the top left village in Map 4.

Base StatsEdit

Starting Class Group
BowMaster Bow Master TS group foot Foot Soldier
Level HP Str Mag Skl Agl Lck Def Wlv Mov
11 24 12 0 16 16 8 7 16 5
Skills Weapon Starting Items

TS Continue Continue
TS Elite Elite
Forest Forest Fighter
City City Fighter

TS BowBow

MasterBowTRSMaster Bow

Growth RatesEdit

HP Str Mag Skl Agl Lck Wlv Def Mov
40% 20% 25% 35% 35% 55% 30% 15% 0%


Overall Edit

Raquel is an interesting unit, being a high-leved archer with decent growths and bases. She is unique in the sense that she cannot kill any human enemies, unless a certain event that requires recruiting Ruka and then killing him off is triggered in Map 26A. Although this loss can be countered by resurrecting Ruka at the Tower of Morse, there is an opportunity cost associated that involves giving up the change to recruit superior units. While she cannot kill normally, she has the Elite skill, which helps her keep up with the rest of the team in levels. Compared to Ruka and Rennie, Raquel does not have stats to rival them except in luck. She is helpful for softening up enemies in the early and middle sections of the game, which makes training certain units like Sasha much easier. However, she can kill monsters, and using her is recommended if you need more fighters, although she will most likely never be amazing.


Raquel is the Spanish and Portuguese form of "Rachel", a Hebrew name meaning "ewe". In the book of Genesis, Rachel was one of the wives of Jacob, and the mother of Joseph and Benjamin.


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