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Yuliya is portrayed as a confident, headstrong character, contrasting starkly with the fragile, timid figure that her twin brother cuts. This has led to Yuliya leading this sibling pair, making decisions on their behalf. Yuliya has proven to be rather rash and impractical in this regard, as evidenced by her obstinately deciding to remain with Lorenz against his wish for her to flee, a fact that almost costs her both her and Jubelo's lives. This is not entirely a flaw in itself, as she promptly reveals a deep sense of gratitude that is borne out of loyalty, for Lorenz had sustained a fatal injury in order to protect her and Jubelo.
 
Yuliya is portrayed as a confident, headstrong character, contrasting starkly with the fragile, timid figure that her twin brother cuts. This has led to Yuliya leading this sibling pair, making decisions on their behalf. Yuliya has proven to be rather rash and impractical in this regard, as evidenced by her obstinately deciding to remain with Lorenz against his wish for her to flee, a fact that almost costs her both her and Jubelo's lives. This is not entirely a flaw in itself, as she promptly reveals a deep sense of gratitude that is borne out of loyalty, for Lorenz had sustained a fatal injury in order to protect her and Jubelo.
   
Yuliya is also revealed to be rather short-tempered, as can be observed from both her exchange with Jubelo in [[Joy and Sorrow|Chapter 4]] and the base conversations that she shares with him, where she expresses impatient displeasure towards his lack of confidence and indecisiveness. She also has a bit of a haughty side, as she finds it hard to speak to [[Kris]] because she feels it unbecoming of nobility to speak to peasants, and orders them around.
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Yuliya is also revealed to be rather short-tempered, as can be observed from both her exchange with Jubelo in [[Joy and Sorrow|Chapter 4]] and the base conversations that she shares with him, where she expresses impatient displeasure towards his lack of confidence and indecisiveness. She also has a bit of a haughty side, as she finds it hard to speak to [[Avatar (New Mystery of the Emblem)|Kris]] because she feels it unbecoming of nobility to speak to peasants, and orders them around.
   
 
In spite of this, however, it is quite evident that Yuliya keeps up this tough exterior in order to conceal the vulnerability that resides within her and compensate for Jubelo's inability to stand up for himself. Her vulnerability has emerged on several occasions; once in Chapter 4, when she breaks down in the midst of scolding Jubelo, and another in her final base conversation with her brother, when she, moved by Jubelo's concern for her, reveals a deep-seated worry that she maintains for his sake. Even with Kris, Yuliya reveals that she derived inner strength from their wanting to save her and Jubelo, allowing her to not lose hope when she was captured.
 
In spite of this, however, it is quite evident that Yuliya keeps up this tough exterior in order to conceal the vulnerability that resides within her and compensate for Jubelo's inability to stand up for himself. Her vulnerability has emerged on several occasions; once in Chapter 4, when she breaks down in the midst of scolding Jubelo, and another in her final base conversation with her brother, when she, moved by Jubelo's concern for her, reveals a deep-seated worry that she maintains for his sake. Even with Kris, Yuliya reveals that she derived inner strength from their wanting to save her and Jubelo, allowing her to not lose hope when she was captured.
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