FE PoR: Calill Character Profile (P. 110) 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 Calill (p. 110).

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

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Species: Beorc
Class: Sage
Affinity: Dark
Origin: Begnion

Hobby: Being a refined lady
Talent: Making her heavy makeup look light
Finds Important: Her own pursuit of pleasure
Likes: Popular men
Dislikes: Girls more popular than her
Apparent Age (Designed): 24

A sage from Begnion who is extremely confident about her own beauty and intellect.
Though she has a more urban taste in her appearance and behavior, her interactions with other country folk strongly imply that she herself was raised in the countryside. She comes off as overbearing, but shows a genuinely helpful side of herself when she gives thoughtful advice to Nephenee and Geoffrey for their respective troubles.
Due to being a sage, Tormod begged her to help teach him the ways of magic. She is impressed by his quick learning, but teaches him that he lacks the “essence” required to be anything truly special when it comes to magic. She adds he will only be able to fight as an “average” person, but, reassures him that he can still become much better through practice and hard work.
After the war’s end, she married the man who she felt was meant for her: Largo. Together, they achieved Largo’s dream of opening a small pub in Melior.


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