FE RD: Tibarn, Janaff, Ulki, Naesala, and Nealuchi Concept Art (198-199) 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 Tibarn, Janaff, Ulki, Naesala, and Nealuchi’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 Tibarn. His expression is more like a pirate than a king, and his overall appearance is gives off the impression of one who is wild and free. [2] A mere glance at his post transformation appearance makes it easy to see he is much larger than others of the bird tribe. Truly a king of the sky. [3] Two views of Janaff. Though he is actually older than both Tibarn and Ulki, his physical appearance portrays the opposite –and he thus appears to be the youngest. [4] After transformation. The colors of his feathers are almost the same as the colors of his hair pre-transformation. [5] Ulki after transformation. His physique is somewhere between Tibarn and Janaff. [6] Naesala after transformation. One can easily see the patterns on his chest and forehead against his dark feather colors here. [7] Three views of Nealuchi. He’s usually a kind and gentle old man to his “nestling.” [8] Nealuchi after transformation. Though he is old, his fighting skill has not declined with age. He is crafty and capable of great judgement –quite fitting for the raven he is.

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One thought on “FE RD: Tibarn, Janaff, Ulki, Naesala, and Nealuchi Concept Art (198-199) Translations

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

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