FE PoR: Dheginsea, Kurthnaga, & Dragons (148-149) 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 148-149, which features concept artwork of Dheginsea, Kurtnaga, and some generic dragon transformations with some commentary. The commentary is translated both on the page and here on this post.

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Translated text:

[45] Three views of the dragon spoken about in legends: Dheginsea. He has a strict air to his appearance. The tattoo on his head and pattern on his cape are two traits to easily identify him by. [46] Three views of the youngest Black Dragon: Kurthnaga. The lack of cape gives off a considerably different impression. This original appearance looks like an adorable Soren. [47] A Black Dragon after transformation. The design on its arm gives off a uniquely ominous aura. [48] A White Dragon after transformation. The pure white body coupled with feathery wings like a bird give off a very divine feeling, like an angel. [49] A Red Dragon after transformation. The sharp horns on the head as well as the shape of all the scales down the body give off a very “hard” impression.

Japanese text (original):




One thought on “FE PoR: Dheginsea, Kurthnaga, & Dragons (148-149) Translations

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

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