Sister Geminya

Place of Origin:Redwall Abbey
Weapon: Unknown
Death: Unknown
Appears: Mentioned in: High Rhulain

Sister Geminya was a Redwall Abbey scholar who wrote books under various psuedonyms (Geminya itself was one). Her most notable book, the Geminya Tome, was an anagram of "Enigma to me. y?", which announced that she could solve anything. She also wrote Tales of Ancient Life under the name Minegay, which included a narrative by Runa Wildlough. She slept in the Abbey attic, where she kept the lance of Corriam Wildlough and the coronet of High Queen Rhulain Wildlough. She left a series of riddles to the Redwallers on where to find Corriam's lance.

Presumably, Geminya lived in Redwall shortly after the events of Salamandastron, as she is said to have been a "dear friend" of Runa Wildlough's, who lived during the Badger Lord Urthwyte the Mighty's reign.