FE PoR: Ranulf Character Profile (P. 72) 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 Ranulf (P. 72)

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

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Species: Laguz
Class: Cat
Affinity: Wind
Origin: Gallia

Hobby: Talking to beorc
Talent: Inspiring trust with the beorc
Finds Important: His own sense of values
Likes: Flexibility
Dislikes: Unbearable things
Apparent Age (Designed): 23*

*Laguz age relative to beorc. See chart.

A warrior of Gallia. Though he may look young, he is actually a powerful and deeply trusted commander in the service of King Caineghis. Lethe and Mordecai are his subordinates.
He stresses importance in remaining flexible and adapting to ever changing situations –to the point of exhaustion. Caineghis approves of Crimea’s plan for a peaceful coexistence between beorc and laguz, so Ranulf is the one that is often tasked with negotiating with the beorc.
Ranulf met the Greil Mercenaries at the border two days after the fall of Castle Crimea with Elincia in their care. He had a bitter response to Ike calling him a “sub-human.”
After that incident, however, he got along with the frank Ike rather well. He joined the Crimean Liberation Army under Caineghis’ orders, deepening their trust even farther.

2 thoughts on “FE PoR: Ranulf Character Profile (P. 72) Translation

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