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Fane of Raman
|“||The Sable Order fought valiantly to keep Marth’s army from reaching Chiasmir, but in the end Grust’s knights buckled: the world’s mightiest only in song. The League marched on to the Fane of Raman, a holy sanctuary built by the divine dragoons to house their most priceless treasures. Here another story was set to begin...||”|
— Chapter 19 intro of Shadow Dragon
The Fane of Raman (Japanese: ラーマン神殿 Fane of Raman) is a temple built by the ancient dragonkin to house their greatest treasures. It is located on the island of Chasmir, north of Grust and south of Khadein, connected to the mainland by a great bridge.
Ages before the War of Shadows, Naga of the Divine Dragon clan placed Falchion and the Binding Shield in the Fane of Raman before her fated death. 730 years after the death of Naga, the thief Adrah broke into the Fane of Raman and stole the Binding Shield, breaking off its five spheres to sell for money.
Around the War of Shadows and its aftermath
During the War of Shadows, Gharnef managed to hypnotise Naga's daughter, Tiki, and put her as the guardian of the temple in order to unable Marth from reclaiming the Lightsphere and Starsphere necessary to forge Starlight. With the help of Bantu, Marth managed to recruit Tiki into his army by snaping her out of her trance and reclaims the orbs inside the temple.
Before the beginning of the War of Heroes, a group of thieves lead by Dall used the Fane of Raman as their hideout to protect their treasures. As Marth's army was marching toward Chiasmir, fleeing Grust territory, a dancer named Phina lost herself in the forest nearby and get ambushed by the thieves. Navarre, who was part of the bandits, turn on them and came to her rescue. The two then joined Marth's forces and defeated the thieves.
Characters from The Fane of Raman
|Naga's daughter. Put as the guardian of the Fane of Raman by Gharnef.||Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, Mystery of the Emblem, Shadow Dragon, New Mystery of the Emblem, Awakening|
|Leader of a band of thieves hiding in the Fane of Raman.||Mystery of the Emblem, New Mystery of the Emblem, Awakening|
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|English||Fane of Raman|
|Japanese||ラーマン神殿||Fane of Raman.|
|Spanish||Templo de Raman||Temple of Raman|
|French||Temple de Raman||Temple of Raman|
|German||Tempel von Raman||Temple of Raman|
|Italian||Tempio di Raman||Temple of Raman|
- "With the dragon-goddess right where I want her, in the Fane of Raman, there is no way for Gotoh’s Starlight to disperse the shadows that guard me." — Gharnef, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
- "Oh, that's right. I was following a performing company, but I lost my way in the forests. And then I was ambushed by thieves..." — Phina, Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
|Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem|
|Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon|
|Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem: Heroes of Light and Shadow|