Fiyero Tigelaar (husband)
Not unless I want to hear it, which is my prerogative. This is my house and I choose to hear what I want.
—Sarima to Elphaba, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West
In the Novel Edit
She and her sisters were apparently pulled from a caravan so that Sarima could marry Fiyero. They were only children at the time, and it is implied Fiyero did not love her. She was apparently devastated by Fiyero's death, believing Sir Chuffrey killed Fiyero because he was having an affair with Glinda. She is left to run the castle as Dowager Princess and care for her children and sisters. When Elphaba arrives, she refuses to hear anything of Fiyero's death but allows Elphaba to stay out of hospitality. She is devastated again by Manek's death. When Commander Cherrystone arrives, Sarima's sisters try to set them up but it fails. She and her family were taken away by Commander Cherrystone's forces, and she is apparently killed by an unknown assailant.
In the MusicalEdit
Sarima and her sister's appearances are cut from the musical. They are only briefly mentioned and not specifically by name.