FE PoR: Nephenee Character Profile (P. 67) Translation

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

This post is a character profile of Nephenee (P. 67)

You can find every translation I’ve done on this book so far on the compilation post here!

Original scans/Japanese are not posted, but are available by request.

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Species: Beorc
Class: Soldier / Halberdier
Affinity: Wind
Origin: Crimea

Hobby: Training
Talent: Catching fish (by stabbing them with a lance)
Finds Important: Trust
Likes: Nature
Dislikes: War
Apparent Age (Designed): 19

From Ohma Village, located within Crimea. She was captured by Daein and held in a prison camp at Castle Canteus She is the oldest of six siblings, with two younger sisters and three younger brothers.
Since Ohma is a rural farming village (Ohma), she has a very strong accent (often saying things like “ain’t” and “ya” out of habit). She ordinarily stays silent as a way to keep her accent a secret. Though she has been blessed with beautiful features that would be loved by all those around her, she actually suffers from low self-esteem because of her way of thinking (she assumes if people are staring at her, it is because she is a country girl and nothing else). She wears her helmet low over her eyes in order to avert gazes for that reason.
Her body is rather well-built as a result of farm work, so she fits in quite well with other longer-serving soldiers, to the point they are hard to tell apart.


One thought on “FE PoR: Nephenee Character Profile (P. 67) Translation

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

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