Fire Emblem 6: Geese Artbook Translation

Today I translated and edited Geese (Fire Emblem: Sword of Seals)’s art book page (041). Japanese and English transcripts can be found below the picture! As well as the original image. This scan was from serenesforest.net.

030GeeseTranslateKeep reading for the transcripts!

030 Geese

Even though he is disguised as a pirate, he will never forget his love for the sea.
A pirate during the disturbance in the Western Isles. Originally he was to succeed his father and to run his shipping company, but due to the war, found himself at a dead end, and reluctantly became a pirate. He encountered and joined Roy’s company while in the middle of invading enemy territory on his own in order to avenge his subordinates. After the war, he gave up his life of being a pirate, and restored the shipping company.

Profile
Gender——————————————Male
Estimated Age———————————–30s
Title——————————–King of the Seas
Origin—————————–Misuru Peninsula
Status——————————————-Pirate
Weapon——————————————Axe

He ended up becoming a pirate due to the war. However, it was not just the changing circumstances that led him to become a pirate, but also because his subordinates were murdered.
On the other hand, he helped Elphin who was escaping to the west –an act ill-fitting of a pirate. It seems just because one’s occupation is that of a pirate does not mean they would have to be a bad person.
The company he inherited from his father was named “Belga Company.”

 

Original Japanese Picture + Text:

030Geese

 

030 Geese

 海賊に身をやつしても海を愛する心は忘れない
 西方三島を活動の場とする海賊。元は父親のあとを継いで海運業を営んでいたが、戦争で行き詰まりやむなく海賊になった。部下の仇を討とうと一人で敵地に乗りこもうとしている時にロイと出会い、手を結ぶ。動乱終結後は海賊から足を洗い、海運業を再開した。

プロフィール
性別・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・男
推定年齢・・・・・・・・・・・・30代
称号・・・・・・・・・・・・・海の王社
出身・・・・・・・・・・・・ミスル半島
身分・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・海賊
武器・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・斧

 戦争のせいで海賊にまで身をやつすはめになったギース。だが、人のよさが災いし、海賊になっても状況は変わらないばかりか、逆に部下を殺されてしまう。
 その一方、エルフィンを西方へ逃がすという、海賊らしからぬ人助けもしている。同じ海を仕事場にするとはいえ、海賊になれるような悪人ではなかったということだろう。
 ちなみに彼が父から受けついだ海運業社はベルガー商会という。

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