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Appeared in chapters 50
Mr. Bucket is a plain metal bucket in the possession of Kiel'ndia.
Appearance & Personality
Mr. Bucket is a mid-sized metal pail with a thin metal handle. He has the words 'Mr. Bucket' painted on his side, presumably the work of Kiel'ndia. He has no discernible personality or will, largely due to the fact that he is an inanimate object.
Biography - Arc II
Mr. Bucket first appeared in the immediate aftermath of the Puppeteer Incident and the destruction of the Vloz'ress as a great clan. As Kiel and Nau'kheol discussed methods of safely entering Orthorbbae in search of the Ninth Tower, Nau used Mr. Bucket as a cooking pot for a stew.<ref>Chapter 50, page 124</ref> The arrival of Naal's demon interrupted the planning, with Kiel swiftly noting the creature would not last long without a body. Intent on saving the last remaining remnant of her late friend, Kiel decided to risk an immediate and somewhat reckless raid into Orthorbbae to locate a suitable vessel for Naal to possess. However, by reminding Kiel of the stew cooking within Mr. Bucket, Nau was able to secure a small delay as Kiel's hunger briefly won out over her impatience. Kiel then sat down in front of Mr. Bucket and waited for Nau to finish cooking their meal.
"But... the stew!"<ref>Chapter 50, page 125</ref> - Nau, convincing Kiel to wait for the stew in Mr. Bucket to finish cooking before mounting her raid of Orthorbbae.
- Concept MrBucket.png
Official, if whimsical, concept art of Mr. Bucket.