Fire Emblem 6: Milady Artbook Translation

Today I translated and edited Milady (Fire Emblem: Sword of Seals)’s art book page (052). Japanese and English transcripts can be found below the picture! As well as the original image. This scan was from


Keep reading for the transcripts!

039 Milady

The Dragon Knight who fights for the younger sister of the King.

The Princess of Bern Guinevere’s assistant Dragon Knight. Following the news of the Princess Guinevere’s whereabouts, she finally reunited with her at an old castle on the Misuru Peninsula. She joined the United Lycian Army in accordance to the Princess’s wishes. She has strong faith in the Princess because she believes that Guinevere will lead Bern on to peace.



Estimated Age————————————-20s

Title—————————–Red Dragon Knight


Status————————–Princess Guinevere’s

                                      Assistant Dragon Knight


Narcien ordered her to bring Princess Guinevere back to Bern, but upon hearing what Guinevere had to say, went against the Bern army. This also meant that her beloved Gale now became her enemy.

She encountered her brother Zeiss as an enemy, but she conveyed the Princess’s thoughts to him, and he then decided to fight alongside her.

Though she travels with her Princess, she is still troubled fighting against her homeland. However, by talking to Yodel and Trek, her troubles are gradually eased.

Original Japanese Picture + Text:


039 Milady














More to come!


4 thoughts on “Fire Emblem 6: Milady Artbook Translation

    • Hey there,

      I’ve been thinking about it, but haven’t been able to find any higher quality scans/pics of them, so it’s incredibly difficult to make out what the majority of the text is saying. However, I can tell you that there was no new information revealed that the main sites didn’t cover, at a glance, anyway.

      If you have one you want me to translate specifically, though, I can do my best to translate as much as possible. If you know of any higher quality scans/pics too, I can take a look at them. : )

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