FE PoR: Reyson, Leanne, Naesala, & Nealuchi Concept Art (152-153) Translations

This post is part of my ongoing translations of the Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance Memorial Book: Tellius Recollection (Vol 1). 

This post is of page 160-161, which feature Reyson, Leanne, Naesala, and Nealuchi concept artworks with some commentary. The commentary is translated both on the page and here on this post.

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Translated text:

[55] Three views of Reyson. You can get a glimpse of the trousers he wears underneath his long coat as well as his back which is usually hidden by his hair. [56] Concept art of Leanne. There were once plans for her soft skirt to be one that would be more of a pleated style. [57] A Heron after taking their bestial form. Their long elegant tail, as well as their more delicate and slim features greatly contrast the Hawks and Crows. [58] The black-winged Naesala is dressed in fittingly black clothes. Though he has two daggers hanging off of his back here, he never uses them in the actual game. [59] A Crow that has taken its bestial form. It uses its sharp beak and talons to attack its prey. [60] Three views of Nealuchi. His clothes are simple and plain –fitting for his frugal nature.

Japanese text (original):




3 thoughts on “FE PoR: Reyson, Leanne, Naesala, & Nealuchi Concept Art (152-153) Translations

  1. “Three views of Nealuchi. His clothes are simple and plain –fitting for his frugal nature.”
    What does it means? All I can saw just a drawing of Nealuchi.

  2. Pingback: Fire Emblem PoR: Tellius Recollection Scan/Translation Compilation Post | kantopia

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