FE RD: Aran Character Profile (P. 48) Translation

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

This post features the new character Aran.

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

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Species:     Beorc
Class:       Soldier
> Halberdier
> Sentinel
Affinity:    Thunder
Origin:      Daein
Approx. Age: 22

A Soldier from Daein.
Though originally an orphan from Daein, he was adopted by a merchant family from Begnion. He eventually joined the Begnion Militia (rather than Daein’s) and pursued the “Dawn Brigade.” He has a rather earnest personality and carries out his duties as a Begnion soldier professionally. He was at a loss of what to do after witnessing the Begnion Occupational Army’s barbaric acts against his motherland Daein, and, in the end, decided to join the “Dawn Brigade” after some persuasion from his childhood friend Laura.
He is a man of few words, but does seem to be gentle at his core, often worrying about Laura. Blessed with a firm build and sturdy armor, he was a valuable asset in the final battle of Daein’s Liberation –quite literally a shield for the “Dawn Brigade” that saved them on countless occasions.

 

 

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