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Cornelia

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For the character disguising himself as Cornelia, see Cleobulus.

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Cornelia Arnim

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Artwork of Cornelia from Warriors: Three Hopes.

Gender

Female

Race

Human

Nationality

Adrestian

Voiced by

Appearance(s)

Cornelia Arnim[2] (pronounced /⁠kɔɹˈniliə ˈɑɹnɪm⁠/[key]; Japanese: コルネリア=アルニム Cornelia Arnim) is a non-playable character mentioned in Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes. She was an Imperial scholar from the Adrestian Empire.

Biography

Cornelia Arnim is a scholar from the Adrestian Empire. In Imperial Year 1165, she left the Empire to travel to the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus, where she cured a plague that was devastating the Kingdom's populace,[3] and later helped her friend Anselma, ex-consort of Emperor Ionius IX, seek asylum in the Kingdom, providing her shelter under the name of Patricia.[4] For her medical deeds, King Lambert appointed the Adrestian scholar the position of Court Mage.

In the routes where Cornelia eventually seems to appear in person, it is implied through her connections with those who slither in the dark, as well by her sudden shift in personality before receiving her title of Court Mage,[5] that Cornelia was disposed of and later replaced by Cleobulus, a high ranking member of said group, intending to abuse Cornelia's new position in the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Role

Cornelia (or rather, Cleobulus impersonating her) is the boss of Chapter 18 of the Azure Moon route and one of the bosses of Chapter 16 on the Crimson Flower route.

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

Role


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Cornelia (or rather, Cleobulus impersonating her) is one of the bosses of Chapter 3 of the Blue Lions route along with Rufus.

Personality and character

It's mentioned by multiple NPCs, as well by Dimitri, that Cornelia used to be more kind in the past, and that she even had different likes and dislikes compared to the impersonator seen in the main story.

Trivia

  • Despite the Cornelia seen in Three Houses being implied to be an impersonator, the identity of the character in question wasn't revealed up until Three Hopes.

Etymology and other languages

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

Cornelia Arnim

Full name, known by just Cornelia in most menus. Cornelia is a given name and the feminine form of "Cornelius". Arnim is a German surname.

Japanese

コルネリア=アルニム

Cornelia Arnim

Spanish

Cornelia Arnim

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French

Cornelia Arnim

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German

Cornelia Arnim

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Italian

Cornelia Arnim

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Portuguese

Cornelia

Used in the Choose Your Legends polls for Fire Emblem Heroes.

Korean

코넬리아 아르님

Cornelia Arnim

Simplified Chinese

科尔娜莉亚·阿尔尼姆

Cornelia Arnim

Traditional Chinese

科爾娜莉亞‧阿爾尼姆

Cornelia Arnim

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Credits
  2. "Cornelia Arnim... That's a familiar name, yes. She once studied in the Empire." — Hanneman, in Azure Moon Chapter 19, Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  3. "Almost 20 years ago, a terrible plague blazed through Faerghus. It even hit the capital city, taking the queen consort's life...or so I heard. The whole Kingdom was in an uproar over that loss. The person who saved the Kingdom wasn't a doctor but a holy woman—the fair Lady Cornelia. After that, she was awarded the honor of being a mage in the service of the royal family." — Sylvain during monastery exploration in Chapter 8, Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  4. "Dimitri: Anselma... Yes, of course. But how do you know that name? That is what my stepmother was called in the Empire. In the Kingdom, she was called Patricia. [...] How did you know my stepmother?
    Hapi: She used to visit all the time. I think she was friends with the lady who kidnapped me. [...] I heard the lady helped bring her to the Kingdom, but I don't really know the details.
    " — Dimitri and Hapi in their B-Support, Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  5. "People praised Cornelia as a saint for ending the epidemic. But there came a day when she completely changed. Her behavior, mannerisms, likes, dislikes...everything. Despite all that, Father still appointed her to a high post. After all, she had saved the Kingdom from ruin by that disease..." — Dimitri during monastery exploration in Azure Moon Chapter 19, Fire Emblem: Three Houses
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