Timothy's Trust Master Reward is the Trickster Hat.
3★ - No.583: A magical creature called a "sprite" that was known to dwell in the forests long ago. Although sprites like Timothy are only ever seen in fairy-tales nowadays, even scholars who specialize in the subject have yet to agree on whether they ever existed in the first place. However, the personality of this particular sprite who reappeared as a vision of his former self closely resembles that of the charmful tricksters so often heard from in fables.4★ - No.584: A sprite from times past who dwelled in a small village within the forest with other magical creatures. Recent discoveries have found that Timothy and many others like him lost their homes at the hands of humans, who sought to further expand their territories. Many believe that this traumatic experience is what caused him to return as a vision, but asking him directly yields no straight answers, as he jokingly evades the question every time.5★ - No.585: A young sprite from ancient times who fought to protect his village as it faced utter destruction by human hands. Sprites such as Timothy have been said to be blessed with amazing longevity, usually making them much older than what their youthful appearance tends to indicate. Although many agree that sprites disappeared from the world when their homes were destroyed by mankind, some theories claim that they actually ceded their lands to humans out of pity. Feeling sorry for their short and delicate lives, sprites are said to watch over humanity in secret to this day.Entries for different versions of Timothy.
Timothy's stats at his highest levels are as follows (with no passive abilities taken into account), along with the maximum amount of stat points that can be increased through pot-enhancements:
Timothy can equip Harps as a weapon.
He can equip the following armors: hats, clothes and robes.
He can equip accessories.
Timothy comes from the Greek name Τιμόθεος (Timόtheos), meaning "honouring God". It is composed of the elements τιμάω (timáō), meaning "to honour", and θεός (theós), meaning "God."