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Caer Pelyn (Japanese: ポカラの里 Pokhara Village) is a location in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones and is located in the continent of Magvel, within the eastern mountain range in Carcino. It is a remote tightly-knit village that shuns outside concepts like nobility, with a residents being put on equal standing with one another. They rely on the surrounding area for all their needs, using resources like local moss for medicinal purposes.
The town of Caer Pelyn is located in the high peaks of the Carcino mountains, within the Caer Pelyn Range. It is southwest of Darkling Woods. It is located far up enough to cause breathing difficulties to those unaccustomed to the altitude.
Though the location is not marked on the world map, there is an abandoned fortress to the southwest of Caer Pelyn.
Characters from Caer Pelyn
|An old woman of Caer Pelyn. Over 100 years in age, she is a font of wisdom.||The Sacred Stones|
|A sage from the village Caer Pelyn. He's Ewan's solemn, but kind, teacher.||The Sacred Stones|
Caer Pelyn is a world map location which is the setting of two chapters in Eirika's route in The Sacred Stones: Chapter 11A is set in the abandoned fortress, and Chapter 12A is set on the approach to the village itself. The player is not allowed to return to the world map between these two chapters. There are no skirmishes at this location after completion of these chapters, but there is a vendor which can be visited from the world map.
- The legendary historical figure of Caer Pelyn, Nada Kuya, was said to wield a sword which has a similar origin story to that of the original Falchion, being forged from a gifted dragon's fang.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|English||Caer Pelyn||"Caer" is a common prefix for the Welsh names of places, which means "fortress" or "citadel". Six cities in Wales still retain modern names which use the "caer" prefix, and there are numerous other locations in Britain whose names in the Welsh language include "caer".|
|Japanese||ポカラの里||Officially romanized as Pokhara.|
- "The Great Dragon alone holds all our honor and esteem. In this place, princes and pauper are equals." - Dara, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
- "I see some of you are injured. You should use this rock moss." - Dara, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
- "The Caer Pelyn Range… According to Ewan, a little-known passage to Jehanna lies there, hidden within its cracked red bedrock and knife-edged peaks." - Opening narration of Chapter 11A, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
- "That girl there looks like she’s ready to collapse at any moment. She’s ill from the height of the mountain." - Dara, on Eirika's condition, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
- "She carried a narrow sword made from a fang gifted to her by the dragonkin. With her dragon blade in her hand, she drove Caer Pelyn’s enemies away." - Saleh, to Eirika in a support conversation., Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones