|Appearances|| Unwound Future|
Layton's Mystery Journey
|Occupation||Dean of Gressenheller University|
Dean Delmona wears an orange suit, glasses and a subtle mustache, as well as a toupee.
After completing the puzzle Tricky Tomes, Dean Delmona gives the action Flattened for the Puppet mini-game.
Dean Delmona is always getting so baffled on his Granddaughter's puzzles, he needs constant help with them and so asks Professor Layton to solve them for him. He has entrusted the secret about his hair loss to Professor Layton, this piece of information comes in handy when Don Paolo disguises himself as the Dean to spy on Professor Layton whilst being hired by Dimitri Allen.
Emmy is greeted by Dean Delmona at Gressenheller University when she goes to pick up documents and newspapers about Misthallery and the Specter. He is stuck on yet another of his granddaughter's puzzles and asks Emmy to solve it. After the puzzle is solved, Dean Delmona directs her to Layton's Office.
Dean Delmona makes a return in Azran Legacy, who requests help from Professor Layton to solve more of his granddaughter's devilish puzzles.
Dean Delmona also appears in the side game Professor Layton's London Life and is featured in some of the quests available. The main quest he is part of is Professor Layton Returns.
"Dean Delmona is the head of Gressenheller University and is a kind man who is loved by all the students. He has a soft spot for his little granddaughter and spoils her rotten. His hair is actually a toupee, as he is completely bald."
"Dean Delmona of the esteemed Gressenheller University is a tad forgetful and spoils his granddaughter rotten, but he remains an expert in his field of study. On occasion, he can seem a little lost in his thoughts."
"The head of Professor Layton's department at Gressenheller University. His granddaughter is the apple of his eye, but he's not so fond of the puzzles she sets, and frequently has to ask his colleagues for help solving them. In spite of not being a puzzle whizz, though, Delmona is a respected academic."