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I will not rest until Agustria has attained the glory my father envisioned for it.
— Ares

Agustria (Japanese: アグストリア Agustria), dubbed the "Dominion of the Lords", is a nation of Jugdral located in the continent's west, bordering Verdane to the south and Grannvale to the south-east. It was founded by the Black Knight Hoðr of the Twelve Crusaders.


An Agustrian city

Agustria was founded by Hoðr in Grann 649 following the downfall of the Loptrian Empire, and he served as the first king of the Agusti royal family. Of his numerous children, only his youngest daughter inherited his major Holy Blood and his Brand, and was married to a member of the nation's noble house of Nordion. As a result, while the Agusti royal family were Hoðr's direct descendants, the Nordion family were the sole possessors of the holy blood; scions of Nordion were granted access to the Mystletainn, Hoðr's weapon, only if they swore fealty to the Agusti crown.[1]

At some point in their mutual history, Agustria entered a non-aggression pact with neighboring Grannvale;[2] however, by Grann 757, anti-Grannvale sentiment had started to spread among the lords of Agustria, including the prince Chagall. The pacifist king Imca was assassinated and succeeded by his son, who subsequently ordered an invasion of Verdane, by then a Grannvale subjugate under Sigurd of Chalphy. Sigurd retaliated with his own invasion of Agustria, killing the belligerent lords, protecting the villages from the greed of said lords, and seizing the capital of Agusti for himself; in response, Chagall fled to Madino Castle in the north, and Sigurd was granted one year by his friend Eldigan of Nordion to restore order to Agustria before departing. However, before the full year could elapse Chagall amassed another army and launched a strike against Sigurd. The renewed conflict ended with the deaths of both Chagall and Eldigan, the latter executed by Chagall for attempting to convince him to stand down. Shortly afterward, the Grannvale army under Lombard and Reptor arrived to arrest Sigurd on charges of treason against the Grannvale crown, and Sigurd fled to Silesse with the assistance of Annand. With its royalty and nobility eliminated, Grannvale assumed control of Agustria, and after the Battle of Belhalla it was entrusted to the Friege nobility along with the Munster District.[3]

Eighteen years after the Battle of Belhalla, inspired by the actions of Seliph Baldos Chalphy and his liberation army in Jugdral's east, the Agustrian people revolted against the Grannvale oppressors.[4] At the conclusion of the primary war with the defeat of Julius, Eldigan's son Ares and his cousin Diarmuid, both members of Seliph's army, waged a battle to finish off the Grannvale presence in Agustria and restore order to the nation, with the assistance of Leif of the New Kingdom of Thracia.[5][6] Afterward, Ares succeeded the Agustrian throne, and the nation acted as the strongest ally of the newly-reformed Grannvale under Seliph, experiencing great prosperity in the years to come.[7]

Notable locations in Agustria


The capital of Agustria for the majority of its history, situated in the nation's north-west. During the Agustrian conflict, it was seized by Sigurd and acted as his base of operations until his exile to Silesse; it is the birthplace of his son Seliph.


Main article: Nordion

The southernmost territory of Agustria. Its nobility are the inheritors of Hoðr's Holy Blood and the Mystletainn.


A noble house situated in Agustria's south-west, ruled by Bordeaux.


A noble house in the central-west of Agustria, ruled by Macbeth.


A noble house in the south-east near the Grannvale border, ruled by Clement.


A fortress located north of Infini and south-west of Madino. It was the site of the last conflict between Sigurd and Chagall.


The northernmost castle of Agustria. Following his defeat at and loss of Agusti, Chagall moved his royal court to function from Madino for the subsequent six months before his death.

Characters from Agustria

Character Description Appears in
Hoðr The Black Knight of the Twelve Crusaders, and the founder of Agustria. None
Imca The late king of Agustria, a man who prized peace above all else. Assassinated by his son, Chagall. None
Portrait chagall muhammad fe04.png
Son of Imca and successor as king of Agustria after assassinating him at the behest of the Loptr Church. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait eldigan fe04.png
The "Lionheart" of Nordion, and successor to the Mystletainn. Loyal to Chagall to a fault. Genealogy of the Holy War, Awakening
Portrait lachesis fe04.png
A noblewoman of Nordion and Eldigan's younger sister. Genealogy of the Holy War, Awakening
Grahnye Eldigan's wife, of Leonster heritage. None
Portrait ares fe04.png
Son of Eldigan and Grahnye, later king of Agustria. Raised as a mercenary following his parents' deaths. Genealogy of the Holy War, Awakening
Portrait diarmuid fe05.png
Son of Lachesis. Raised in Tirnanog with Seliph. Genealogy of the Holy War, Thracia 776
Portrait nanna fe05.png
Daughter of Lachesis and Finn; later queen of the reunited Thracia and the wife of Leif. Raised on the run in Thracia with Leif. Genealogy of the Holy War, Thracia 776, Awakening
Portrait seliph fe05.png
The "Scion of Light", prince of Grannvale, and son of Sigurd and Deirdre. Born in Agustria during Sigurd's occupation. Genealogy of the Holy War, Thracia 776, Awakening
Portrait tristan fe04.png
Orphaned son of a Cross Knight and brother of Jeanne; a member of the Tirnanog resistance.
(Substitute character for Diarmuid)
Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait jeanne fe04.png
Orphaned daughter of a Cross Knight and sister of Tristan; adopted and raised by Finn in Thracia.
(Substitute character for Nanna)
Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait bordeaux fe04.png
Lord of Heirhein. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait elliot fe04.png
Son of Bordeaux and noble of Heirhein; vengeful against Lachesis. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait macbeth fe04.png
Lord of Infini. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait clement fe04.png
Lord of Mackily. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait philip fe04.png
A knight in the service of House Heirhein. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait zane fe04.png
A knight in the service of Chagall. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait jacobi fe04.png
A mercenary hired by Chagall to protect Madino. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait eva fe04.png
A knight of Nordion, tasked with the protection of Lachesis. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait eve fe04.png
A knight of Nordion, tasked with the protection of Lachesis. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait alva fe04.png
A knight of Nordion, tasked with the protection of Lachesis. Genealogy of the Holy War


Genealogy of the Kingdom of Agustria
Did not inherit major blood
Hoðr's youngest daughter
══ Unnamed husband

Imca Unnamed wife ══ _____ Nordion
══ Unnamed wife
Chagall Grahnye ══ Eldigan
══ Leif
An unbroken line indicates direct descent; a dashed line (╍) indicates descent across multiple undefined generations. A double line indicates marriage and/or had children together; italics indicates the spouse from outside the family. Important relatives not directly connected with the Agustria family are marked in gray.


Agustria is the subject of Chapters 2 and 3 of Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War; the former is set in the southern half of the country, with Evans as the home castle and Agusti as the final destination, while the latter is set in the upper half, with Agusti as the home castle and Orgahil as the final target. Additionally, Nordion is present in Chapter 1, but is inaccessible to the player owing to a guard posted between it and Evans.


  • While Chagall is King of Agustria, the noble houses of Nordion, Infini, and Heirhein also use the title of "king" (), with the former two mentioned directly and the latter heavily implied by Elliot being referred to as a prince (王子).

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes


As of Fire Emblem Awakening. Possibly derived from the Latin augustus, a Latin adjective and title meaning "majestic" adopted by Octavian, who became known as "Caesar Augustus".



Officially romanized as Agustria.



As above.



As above.



As above.



As above.



Used in Heroes as an option for the player's location in their profile card.



Agustria; used in Fates and Echoes: Shadows of Valentia as an option for the player's country in their profile card.

Traditional Chinese


Agustria; used in Heroes as an option for the player's location in their profile card.



  1. "Black Knight Hoðr founded the Agusti Royal Family. He had many children and one of them, his youngest daughter who possessed the Brand, was married off to the Nordion family. From then on, the successor of the Brand appeared within the Nordion Royal Family and they were allowed to take the Demon Sword Mystletainn if they swore an oath of loyalty to the Agusti Royal Family. In terms of bloodline, the rulers of Agusti were Hoðr's direct descendants."Designers' notes from a Genealogy of the Holy War playing guide, Serenes Forest, Retrieved: May 3, 2013
  2. "Well, Grannvale still honours the Anti-War Pact with Agustria." — Manfroy, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  3. "Reptor: Arvis, you better be right this time. You can have the throne for all I care. But you best not forget about us once you become king.
    Arvis: Don't worry. When this war is finished, your family will take Agustria. And the Dozel family will take Isaach. Rest assured. Those countries are rightfully yours.
    " — Reptor and Arvis, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  4. "At long last, the liberation army neared the final stage of their journey. The army's presence continued to instill courage in those still suffering under the empire's rule, and civilians all over Jugdral rose in revolt. Silesse was the first to return to the people's control. Shortly thereafter, the wave spread to Agustria, spurring the masses to rise and take up arms." — Narration, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  5. "After the victory at Belhalla, Nanna joined Leif in the battle to liberate Agustria." — Epilogue, Fire Emblem: Thracia 776
  6. "After the war, Diarmuid accompanied his cousin Ares to Agustria. With their hard work, Agustria was united and led to prosperity." — Epilogue, Fire Emblem: Thracia 776
  7. "And together with them, he devoted himself with all his strength to the reconstruction of an united Agustria. Before long, under the reign of King Ares, Agustria, as Grannvale’s most influential partner, will have an unprecedented development." — Epilogue, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
Playable characters First gen. AlecArdenAyraAzelleBeowolfBrigidChulainnClaudDeirdreDewEdainErinysEthlynFinnJamkeLachesisLewynLexMidirNaoiseQuanSigurdSilviaTailtiu
Second gen. AltenaAresArthur/AmidCed/HawkCoirpre/CharlotDiarmuid/TristanFebail/AsaelloFee/HerminaFinnHannibalIucharIucharbaJuliaLana/MuirneLarcei/CreidneLeifLene/LayleaLester/DeimneNanna/JeanneOifeyPatty/DaisyScáthach/DalvinSeliphShannanTine/Linda
Non-playable characters First gen. AidaAlvaAnnandArvisAzmurBatuByronCalfCigyunEldiganEthniaEvaEveGrahnyeImcaKurthManananMariccleOifeyLahnaRingShannanTravantVictor
Second gen. AnnaFelipeJakeLewynPalmarch
Bosses First gen. AndreyBeowolfBordeauxChagallCimbaethClementCuvuliDaccarDiMaggioDíthorbaDonovanDuvallElliotEldiganErinysGerrardJacobiJamkeLamiaLombardMacbethMagornMyosMunnirPamelaPapilioPhilipPizareReptorSandimaSlayderVajaWaltzZane
Second gen. AltenaAnguillaArionArvisBanbaBaranBlegBloomBovisBoyceBramselBrianCanisCoulterDagonDanannDistlerDracoEquusEriuFisherFotlaGallusHannibalHaroldHildaIshtarIshtoreIucharIucharbaJavarroJudahJuliaJuliusJuphielKanatzKutuzovLizaMabelManfroyMaykovMengMorriganMuhammadMusMusarOvisOvoPorcusRiddellRobertoRodanSchmidtScipioSimiaTine/LindaTigrisTravantZagam
Background characters BaldrBragiCedDáinnFjalarGairHeimHoðrForsetiLoptousMaeraNagaNálNjörunOdSalamanderThrudUllr
Holy Weapons BalmungForsetiGáe BolgGungnirHelswathLoptousMjölnirMystletainnNagaTyrfingValflameValkyrieYewfelle
Chapters First gen. P: Birth of a Holy Knight • 1: Lady of the Forest • 2: Crisis in Agustria • 3: Eldigan, the Lionheart • 4: Dance in the Skies • 5: Doorway to Destiny
Second gen. 6: Inheritors of Light • 7: Beyond the Desert • 8: The Wyvern Knights of Thracia • 9: For Whose Sake • 10: Light and DarkE: End of the Holy War
Locations JugdralAed Desert (Dahna) • Agustria (Bragi TowerNordionOrgahil) • Grannvale (BelhallaChalphyDozelEddaFriegeVelthomerYngvi) • Isaach (Tirnanog) • Munster District (ConnachtLeonsterMunsterUlster) • MiletosSilesseThraciaVerdane
Groups, objects and events 12 crusadersAed MassacreBattle of BelhallaChild huntsCross KnightsFall of LeonsterFinal Holy WarHoly BloodHoly WarKnight brigades of GrannvaleLanceritterLoptr Church (DeadlordsLoptrian Empire) • Miracle of DahnaQuintessence
Lists ChaptersCharactersClasses (Class change) • Hidden map eventsItemsScriptsSkillsWeapons
Related topics TreasureGenealogy of the Holy War ExceedŌsawa manga adaptationFujimori manga adaptationSuzuki novelizationHeir of LightName chart • Other games (Mystery of the EmblemThracia 776Awakening) • Timeline