Lester is a temporary party member in Final Fantasy Adventure. He is Amanda's brother. Thanks to a curse, Lester has been transformed into a parrot. After the curse is broken, Lester follows Sumo in his quest.
Lester traveled to Jadd to play his harp, but he was imprisoned by the city's ruler, Davias. When Sumo lands in Menos after falling from Glaive's Airship, Amanda steals the pendant from him, hoping Davias will take it in exchange for freeing Lester. Instead, Davias turns Lester into a parrot, forcing Amanda to travel to the Cave of Medusa to get the tears from the Medusa.
Sumo is forced to kill Amanda after being bitten by the Medusa, taking her tears to uncurse Lester. He returns to Jadd and goes to see Davias in his chamber. Davias not there, Sumo uses the tears on the parrot and Lester is release from the curse. Lester thanks him, but Sumo breaks the news that Amanda sacrificed herself to save him. He asks Sumo if he'll help him avenge his sister with him, and he agrees.
Both of them venture deeper into Davias' Mansion, searching for Davias himself. They eventually find him on the rooftop of the mansion, he transforms into a monster and attacks the both of them. Before dying, Davias claims that the pendant is no longer in his possession. At this moment, Garuda is flying over Mt. Rocks towards Glaive.
After Davias' defeat, Lester tells Sumo that his harp's tune will clear the poison gas in the northern cliffs and he'll stay in Jadd playing a requiem for his sister. Sumo bids him farewell and leaves Jadd to continue his journey. For a parting gift, Lester gives him the Magic Book of Mute.
After Julius's defeat, Sumo visit Lester in Jadd.
Lester appears in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit
Lester and Lester the Harpist are units and their ability is Harpist's Melody. Lester can be promoted to Lester the Harpist.
- In the Japanese version, Sumo and Amanda are looking for Medusa's blood, not her tears.
- Sumo admits to Lester that he killed Amanda (he says something like, "She fell into Davias' trap, but she died by my hand") in the Japanese version. In the North American translation, he simply says she sacrificed herself.