FE SoV: Valentia Accordion Page 162: Nuibaba, Desaix, Slayde, etc. Concept Art Translation

This post is part of my ongoing translations of the Fire Emblem Echoes Shadows of Valentia Memorial Book: Valentia Accordion project.

Please note these posts may contain spoilers for those who have not completed the game.

Today’s post features concept art for several characters, mostly NPCs/antagonists. Please note I didn’t translate the micro text/comments as those are too hard to make out.

You can find every scan/translation done on this book so far on the compilation post.


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  1. [1] Desaix’s concept art. He proudly boasts with a cup of wine without a care.
  2. [2] Slayde’s concept art. His pose is rather pompous.
  3. [3] Concept art of Emperor Rudolf’s loyal retainer Massena.
  4. [4] Blake’s concept art. His face is covered in scars.
  5. [5] Gazelle’s concept art. He appears to have seen his fair share of battles.
  6. [6] Nuibaba’s concept art. A rather frightening thing is written there. “The small face upon her forehead is the death mask of her former lover”…
  7. [7] Dolth’s concept art.
  8. [8] Tatarrah’s concept art. As one of the Duma Faithful’s elite, he is no longer human.


  • Nuibaba’s profile talks a bit more in depth about said lover. It makes one wonder if she wears it as a trophy or because she still feels something for him?

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2 thoughts on “FE SoV: Valentia Accordion Page 162: Nuibaba, Desaix, Slayde, etc. Concept Art Translation

  1. Pingback: FE Echoes SOV Memorial Book: Valentia Accordion Scan/Translation Compilation Post | kantopia

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