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Lettie Mailer
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Occupation Pickpocket (lapsed)
Names in other languages
Japanese (romanization written with the given name first) レダ・ユービン (Reda Yūbin)
French Colette Paustal
German Pia Post
Spanish Miss Iva
Italian Miss Iva
Dutch Brigtje Poste
Biological information
(this is for age comparison purposes, and so may look odd; click on the question mark for details)? Unknown
(as recorded in court record profiles and case files) Unknown
Status (last known) Alive
Eye color Blue
Hair color Blonde
Height (from official guidebooks) < 5'1"; 154 (shorter than Maya Fey) cm
Family Unnamed parents (deceased)
Friends Newton Belduke (mentor)
Jean Greyerl (crush)
Affiliates None mentioned
French Marie Nonnenmacher
Spanish Carme Calvell
Debut episode Mysterious Labyrinthia

Lettie Mailer is Labyrinthia's only courier. She is hard-working and dedicated to her job, although she does have a habit of shouting "sir" so loudly that it leaves those around her with ringing ears. Mailer was a witness in Maya Fey's witch trial.


  • Her Japanese given name (Reda) is a play on the English word "letter", while her surname comes from the Japanese for "postal service".
  • Both her English given name and surname are references to her job; "Lettie" is a play on "letter", while a "Mailer" is someone who sends mail.
  • Her full French name, "Colette Paustal", is a play on "collecte postale", meaning "postal collection".
  • Her German given name "Pia" may come from the Latin word for "devout/dutiful". This would make her full name mean "devout/dutiful post", which would be suitable considering how devotion she is to her occupation.
  • Her name in the Spanish and Italian versions is "Miss Iva", which is a play on the Italian word "missiva", which translates as "missive" (a formal term for a written message, letter, note, or memo) in English.
  • Her Dutch given name "Brigtje" is a play on the Dutch word "berichtje", which translates as "(short) message". Her Dutch surname is a play on "post".

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