Atreba was a suspect in the murder investigation of Chieftain Katurix in Stranded in Gaul (Case #2 of Travel in Time).


Atreba is a 27-year-old druid with long red hair and blue eyes. She wears a patterned beige and yellow tunic and a dark brown belt with a buckle showing a trinity knot, as well as a beige hood and a beaded hair wreath. Additionally, she sports a vertical scar across her left eye, leaving her blind in that eye. It is known that Atreba eats gooseberries and uses soap and chalk.

Height 5'5"
Age 27
Weight 155 lbs
Eyes blue
Blood O-

Events of Criminal Case

Atreba became a suspect after she accidentally hit Zara in the face with a piece of guts during her haruspicy and identified herself as a druid for the victim. Apologizing for her earlier mishap, she told the team that she had been performing the ritual in a rush. She then told the team that she had been in the forest during the time of the murder, communing with the ethereal plane.

Atreba was spoken to again about her divination runes that predicted Chieftain Katurix's death. She explained that on the day the negotiations between the Gauls and the Romans began, the sorceress Galantina, her mother, had spoken to her through an elk, telling her that a sacrifice would have to be made, otherwise the village would suffer. She then left the team in a hurry, leaving Zara and the player hoping that she had not committed murder based on the word of an elk.

Atreba was found to be innocent after the team incarcerated Venextos for Katurix's murder. Later, when Kai told the team that he needed gold to repair the time machine, Zara and the player sought Atreba's help. Asking her where they could find some gold, she told the team that Katurix had hidden the village's gold supply, writing directions to remind himself where the supply was.

After the team discovered that Katurix's gold supply had gone missing, the team confronted Atreba about it. Surprised that the gold had gone missing, she told the team that Katurix must have handed over all of his gold to the Romans during their negotiations, prompting the team to reinvestigate the Roman camp.

Case appearances


  1. As of 37 BCE


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