FE RD: Heron Siblings & King Lorazieh Concept Art (200-201) Translation

This post is part of my ongoing translations of the Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn Memorial Book: Tellius Recollection (Vol 2). 

This post features some art of the heron siblings (Rafiel, Reyson, Leanne) in their laguz forms, as well as never-before-seen art of King Lorazieh.

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

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Translated text:

[1] Leanne after transformation. The hair on her head flows out long like a tail. She wears a band around her left leg as a unique identifier. [2] Reyson after transformation. The long hairs on his head are shorter than Leanne’s. He wears a circlet around his neck as a unique identifier. [3] A detailed design of the circlet around the neck. This delicate ornament is likely the work of Serenes craftsmen. [4] Rafiel after transformation. He has the longest hair of the three, and wears what looks like a belt around his neck. [5] Two views of Rafiel. There is a certain sense of frailty when looking at his pure-white clothes. It was these types of beautiful herons of Serenes that were especially sought out by people of exquisite tastes. [6] These sketches give a good idea of what is normally hidden behind the wings as well as a good view on the sleeves. [7] A rare sketch of the heron siblings’ father: King Lorazieh. He gives off the impression of being both kind and gentle, but also occasionally stern.

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2 thoughts on “FE RD: Heron Siblings & King Lorazieh Concept Art (200-201) Translation

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