FE RD: Ike, Hetzel, and Valtome Concept Art (180-181) Translations

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

This post features all of Ike, Hetzel, and Valtome’s concept art in Radiant Dawn.

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] Three views of Hetzel as a “Saint.” His color hue and expression makes him appear weak and timid. [2] An initial design of Hetzel. He wears a hat here which makes him look much more like a clergyman. [3] Two views of Valtome as a “Bishop.” Special attention is paid to his unique hairstyle. His clothes are purposefully designed to resemble the moon.   [4] Ike’s initial weapon “Ettard.” Though often overshadowed by Ragnell, you can see the delicate features of the sword and belt’s design here. [5] Three views of Ike as a “Hero.” His physique and equipment has gotten bigger, but his bandana is the same one from three years ago. [6] The divine sword Ragnell. Aside from the golden blade, it shares its design with the divine sword Alondite. [7] Three views as a “Vanguard.” His armor and equipment has become more splendorous. His cape is more fluid, too.


One thought on “FE RD: Ike, Hetzel, and Valtome Concept Art (180-181) Translations

  1. Pingback: Fire Emblem RD: Tellius Recollection Vol. 2 Scan/Translation Compilation Post | kantopia

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