Madame Olga was a fortune teller and grifter who traveled as part of Master Payne's Circus of Adventure. She was "Mistress of the Science of ," which apparently translates as "methods for separating townies from their currency while telling them what they want to hear." She was killed when a crab monster clank attacked the circus, and her burnt body was dressed in Agatha's things, tricking Bangladesh DuPree and Gilgamesh Wulfenbach, and thus Baron Klaus Wulfenbach, into thinking Agatha had died.
Agatha in turn Countess Marie to Agatha that the grifting life was everything to Olga, who'd been with the Circus for five years when she met her fate. She loved perpetrating scams. To quote the characters:herself as Olga, to complete the deception, and learns a lot about Circus life from this episode.
- CM: And now? Now she gets to fool not just some gullible townie -- but Baron Wulfenbach HIMSELF! If she weren't dead, she'd have killed herself to play this part.
- AH: Show people are very strange.
- CM: You'll get used to it.
- AH: That's what worries me.
Agatha maintains the Olga disguise on a few other occasions. First, she staffs Olga's fortune-telling booth when the Circus plays in Zumzum, advising a potential Bishop for the Skifandrian temple of Ashtara in the process (to Zeetha's considerable amusement). She uses the alias again when she makes a in Sturmhalten for various members of House Sturmvoraus. Unfortunately, this act isn't quite as convincing as the earlier ones, but it's still nice to see that Olga lives on after death, in at least a theatric sense.
Madame Olga introduces herself to Agatha as Olga Žiga.