FE PoR: Caineghis, Ranulf, Lethe, & Mordecai Concept Art (146-147) 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 146-147, which features concept artwork of Caineghis, Ranulf, Lethe, and Mordecai with some commentary. The commentary is translated both on the page and here on this post.

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Translated text:

[40] A group of early design sketches of the great King Caineghis. Even without seeing the great transformation, one can assume from his expression that he is quite an ambitious individual. [41] Caineghis after transforming. The hard equipment around his waist is still reflected post-transformation as a way of making him more distinct. [42] Ranulf after transforming. His beautiful fur is the same light indigo color as the hair on his human form. [43] Three views of Lethe’s initial designs. Even after she transforms, she was designed to retain the ribbon and bell around her neck as a feature that makes her more distinguishable. [44] After transforming, Mordecai becomes a carnivorous beast that resembles a saber-toothed tiger. He retains the cloth wrapped around his arms from his human form as a trait he can be identified by.

Japanese text (original):




One thought on “FE PoR: Caineghis, Ranulf, Lethe, & Mordecai Concept Art (146-147) Translations

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

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