FE RD: Gareth and Ena Concept Art (206-207) 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 Gareth and Ena’s concept art in Radiant Dawn.  This is the final page that features named characters.

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 Gareth. His chest is partially exposed, and his sleeves rolled up to reveal his impressive arms. His skin, hair, and clothes are all red hues that go well together. A green belt was later added around his waist. [2] After transformation. He becomes huge, considering his pre-transformation physique was already pretty big. [3] Three views after transformation. Though the color of his body is not unique, the spikes on his shoulders, wings, etc. greatly differentiate him from the rest of the dragon tribe. [4] A comparison image of Ena after transformation. As she is still youthful (in dragon terms), her body is appropriately on the smaller side too. [5] A side view of her post-transformation. You can get a good grasp of her wings and long, pointed-end tail here. [6] Two views after transformation. Other black and red dragons feature tails that seem more like an anthropod’s shell. Ena’s tail, in contrast, is smooth.


One thought on “FE RD: Gareth and Ena Concept Art (206-207) Translations

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

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