FE SoV: Valentia Accordion Page 120: Mila Profile Translation

This post is part 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 character was translated by guest translator @umbran_sisters. Thanks for the help!

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


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CV: Yoshiko Sakakibara

A Divine Dragon originally from Archanea who crossed over to Valentia together with her elder brother Duma. Originally they had planned on building a nation together. However, they had a clash due to the differences in their ideals. She took charge of the southern half of Valentia as a land to implement her own ideals as per an accord –thus becoming the goddess that protects the kingdom of Zofia. She continued to freely bestow the blessing of good harvest in order to spare her people from suffering. But it was only a matter of time until she lost reason due to the madness that was slowly consuming the two Divine Dragons. Without taking notice of the corruption of her people, she was reduced to an existence that served only to provide resources. When she faced Rudolf and his Falchion, she sealed the Falchion itself with her body out of fear that it may be used against Duma. However, within Duma Temple, when Alm faced off with the soulless Celica, Mila urged Alm to believe in the Falchion and saved Celica. Mila comes to terms with the mistakes she made and entrusts the Falchion to the two of them before fading away.

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

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