FE PoR: Ena Character Profile (P. 83) 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 Ena (P. 83)

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: Laguz
Class: Red Dragon
Affinity: Earth
Origin: Daein

Hobby: None
Talent: Indifference
Finds Important: Rajaion
Likes: Nothing in particular
Dislikes: Nothing in particular
Apparent Age (Designed): 18*

Nasir’s granddaughter. Prince Rajaion of Goldoa’s fiancé
Rajaion had become a black dragon that could not change form due to Ashnard’s evil plans. Ena wished to stay by her beloved Rajaion’s side, so became a general in Daein’s army. She mostly works as a strategist under the command of Petrine, and gives her tactical advice. Ena keeps her dragon tribe heritage a secret, rarely transforming. Instead she prefers to user her mind and stays stoic, keeping a cool head in order to make quick, decisive judgements –traits fitting for a tactician. After Ashnard abandoned the Daein capital, Ena chased after him, but got captured by the Black Knight who aimed to finish her off. Ike came to her rescue however, and faced the Black Knight in their third duel.



2 thoughts on “FE PoR: Ena Character Profile (P. 83) Translation

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