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Artwork of Brunnya from The Binding Blade.

One of Bern's Wyvern Generals. Led the attack on Sacae.










Wyvern General of Bern

Starting class


If you will allow my opinion, I would not place so much trust in that...woman.
— Brunnya, to Zephiel

Brunnya (Japanese: ブルーニャ Brunnya) was one of the Wyvern Generals of Bern at the time of the Disturbance of Bern. Unwavering in her loyalty and devotion to King Zephiel, she led the invasion of Sacae at the Great Movement's onslaught. At the war's climax, she was tasked by Zephiel with the protection of Idenn, to ensure the entire war did not go to waste.


Early in the war after conquering Sacae, working with Narcian, Brunnya led an assault on Castle Araphen, where the leaders of the Lycian League were conferring on the matter of going to war with Bern. They decimated the League's army and defeated and severely wounded Lord Hector of Ostia, the League's leader. Shortly after, Zephiel himself arrived and requested that Brunnya bring Hector before him. After finishing with Hector, Brunnya informed Zephiel that she was to return to Sacae, but first voiced the concerns of the army by inquiring about Zephiel's work with a sinister figure like Idenn; Zephiel deflected her question by informing her that one of her level of faith in and devotion to him should not question his wisdom and should simply follow orders, to which she complied.

Later, at Taras, Brunnya received news of the fall of Bern-controlled Aquleia and the death of Narcian. Roartz and Arcardo had fled to the Bern-occupied territory, and attempted to seek refuge with Bern; Brunnya reassured the two that as allies of Bern they would not be abandoned, tasked them with the defence of Bulgar and Taras respectively, and reminded them that the two had it incredibly easy compared to the trials conquered by Roy. Once she had left, she mentioned to one of her soldiers that she was not at all impressed with their cowardice and betrayal of their country.

As the Etrurian army headed by Roy approached Bern Keep, Zephiel entrusted Idenn to Brunnya in order to ensure that the purpose of the war could still be carried out. Brunnya travelled to the Dragon Sanctuary and in turn entrusted Idenn to Jahn, while she and the remnants of the Bern army prepared to defend the Sanctuary from the inevitable pursuit by Roy's forces, well aware that the odds were against them and that the fight would be futile. When Roy did come, Brunnya informed her forces that because of the futility, any of them could leave now with no consequences; almost no-one left, and the army expressed its solidarity with Brunnya and Bern. In spite of her determination, she died for her homeland in the battle, much as she expected.

Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade


Brunja is the boss of Chapter 23, and thus is only fought in the game's good ending. She is also available as a bonus playable character in the Trial Map mode, unlocked by clearing the game four times.


Boss, Ch. 23 NM Boss, Ch. 23 HM Playable, Trial Map

Personality and character

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Battle quotes

Bern will never die! Even if I fall, Bern will rise once more!
— Brunnya, in Chapter 23 of The Binding Blade.
You are a knight of Bern. You have chosen to follow Princess Guinivere. You have chosen your path as I have chosen mine. If you believe in it, then fight for it!
— Brunnya, when fighting Milady or Zeiss in Chapter 23 of The Binding Blade.

Death quotes

Your...Highness... Let me your side before...
— Brunnya, in Chapter 23 of The Binding Blade.

Other appearances


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
Brunja Used in the most recent version of the Binding Blade fan translation.
Japanese ブルーニャ Officially romanized as Brunnya.


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  1. 1.0 1.1 Fire Emblem 6: Brunnya Artbook Translation | kantopia,, Retrieved: 31 August 2018
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Playable characters AlenAstoreBathBartreBorsCathCeciliaChadClarineDayanDieckDorothyDouglasEkhidnaElenElphinFaeFirGarretGeeseGonzalezGwendolynHughIgreneJodelJunoKarelKleinLalumLanceLilinaLotLughMarcusMerlinusMiladyNiimeNoahOgierPercevalRaighRoyRutgerSaulShannaSinSophiaSueTheaTrecWadeWoltZelotsZeiss
Non-playable characters EliwoodGuinivereHectorMaryMordred
Trial Map characters BrunnyaEliwoodGalleGuinivereHectorMurdockNarcianZephiel
Bosses ArcardoBrakulBrunnyaChanDamasDebiasDoryEinErikFlaerGalleGuerreroHenningIdennKabulKelKudokaJahnLeganceMaggieMarralMartelMonkeMorganMurdockNarcianNordOatesOrloPeresRaithRandyRoartzRobertsRoseRuudScollanScottSiguneSlaterThorilTickWagnerWindhamZephielZinque
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Chapters Tutorial • 1: Breath of Destiny • 2: The Princess of Bern • 3: Latecomer's Sorrow • 4: Crumbling League • 5: Fire Emblem • 6: Ensnared • 7: The Ostian Revolt • 8: Reunion • 8x: The Blazing Blade • 9: The Misty Isles • 10A: Western Resistance • 11A: The Hero of the West • 10B: Amidst a Struggle • 11B: Flight Toward Freedom • 12: The True Enemy • 12x: The Thunder Axe • 13: Rescue Mission • 14: Arcadia • 14x: The Infernal Truth • 15: The Dragon Child • 16: Storming the Capital • 16x: The Glorious Ascension • 17A: Ocean's Parting • 18A: The Frozen River • 19A: Bitter Cold • 20A: Ilia's Salvation • 20Ax: The Freezing Lance • 17B: The Bishop's Teachings • 18B: The Laws of Sacae • 19B: Battle in Bulgar • 20B: The Silver Wolf • 20Bx: The Bow of Swift Wind • 21: The Binding Blade • 21x: The Elder Revelation • 22: An Undying Dream • 23: The Ghosts of Bern • 24: Legends and Lies • Final: Beyond the DarknessTrial Maps
Locations ElibeBern (Dragon SanctuaryShrine of Seals) • Etruria (Aquleia) • IliaLycia (AraphenLausOstiaPheraeThria) • Missur (ArcadiaNabata) • Sacae (BulgarTaras) • Western Isles
Groups, objects and concepts Disturbance of BernEnding WinterFire EmblemGenerals of EtruriaThe ScouringWar Dragons
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