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Frelia (Japanese: フレリア Frelia) is one of the countries in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. It is located in the northwest of Magvel it borders Carcino and Renais to the southeast and Grado to the south.
Frelia is one of the centuries-old countries of Magvel that possesses a Sacred Stone. Some time after the first war with the Demon King, the Tower of Valni was built to house the country's Sacred Stone.
Modern day Frelia is also well known for it's pegasus-riding troops, featuring the most pegasus knights of any country on Magvel. Frelia is also well known for its exports of fish and other seafoods.
During the War of the Stones Frelia and its king Hayden aided Eirika after her escape from Grado's invasion. Frelia's famous intricate spy networks, with numerous spies reporting to Hayden and Innes on Grado's movements and plans, were presumably a deciding factor in the country's ability to fight off Grado's advances. Frelia was one of Renais' first allies during the war, and aided Renais throughout the war's entirety.
Notable locations in Frelia
Castle Frelia is the home of the Frelian royal family. It served as Eirika's regrouping location during the early stages of the war of the stones.
Tower of Valni
- Main article: Tower of Valni
The Tower of Valni is the resting place of Frelia's Sacred Stone, during the war of the stones Selena and Caellach storm the tower and destroy the stone. After this the tower is abandoned by Frelia's guard and is overrun by monsters.
Characters from Frelia
|Sage King of Frelia, the father of Tana and Innes.||The Sacred Stones|
|Prince of Frelia, next in line for the throne.||The Sacred Stones|
|Princess of Frelia, a pegasus knight, and Innes's younger sister.||The Sacred Stones|
|An older knight of Frelia, knowledgeable.||The Sacred Stones|
|A Frelian pegasus knight.||The Sacred Stones|
|A Frelian clergyman, wise and helpful to everyone.||The Sacred Stones|
|Vanessa's older sister, a falcoknight.||The Sacred Stones|
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Japanese||フレリア||Officially romanized as Frelia.|
|Korean||프렐리아||Frelia; Used in Fates and Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, among the choices for the player's country in their profile card.|
- "You said, “I’m here to do my duty. Not to sightsee,” and you went back inside. You went home without even trying Frelia's fabulous seafood!" — Syrene to Kyle, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
- "I've heard that Prince Innes of Frelia is a fantastic tactician. Grado took Renais with no trouble, but Frelia still has yet to fall. They say it's because Prince Innes has spies reporting every move the empire makes. At the same time, all enemy spies in Frelia are exposed and executed swiftly. That means that none of Frelia's secrets are ever reported back to the empire. I've never met Prince Innes, but he doesn't sound like a man you'd want as an enemy." — A villager in Chapter 10 A, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones