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|“||I want to find a peaceful way to end the war. If I can speak to the Lycian council, I'm certain we can come to a solution.||”|
— Guinivere, to Roy.
Guinivere (Japanese: ギネヴィア Guinevere) is the princess of Bern and the half-sister of Zephiel, sharing King Desmond as a father. During the events of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade, Guinivere stole the Fire Emblem and snuck into Lycia to try to find a peaceful solution to the war.
Guinivere is Zephiel's younger half sibling. She plays an important role in the plot. Near the start of the game she meets Roy with the Fire Emblem in her possession. She had taken the Fire Emblem from her brother to hopefully find a way to stop him, as she does not wish to go along with his plans to return the world to dragonkind. Along with providing Roy with the Fire Emblem she also gives him information on the whereabouts of the Binding Blade.
She also convinces Milady, her loyal retainer, to join Roy and his cause.
Starting stats and growth rates
Guinivere is playable only in the game's Trial Maps. She becomes available after completing the main game nine times.
Guinivere appears briefly in Fire Emblem. She is shown to get along with her brother and her father well. Desmond dislikes Zephiel being around her so he sends him away. Being very young, she doesn't appear to notice any animosity and is a happy child in her short appearance.
Personality and character
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- In The Binding Blade Guinivere is the only sage that can use light magic.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|• Localized name in all English versions of Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade.|
• Referenced in Roy's Trophy Profile in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Both come from "Guinevere", which is is the Norman form of the Welsh Gwenhwyfar, with Gwen meaning white or fair and Hwyfar meaning smooth. Guinevere was also the name of King Arthur's beloved wife.
|Japanese||ギネヴィア||Officially romanized as Guinevere.|
Artwork of Guinivere from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade.
Guinivere attacking as a Sage.
Artwork of Guinivere from Fire Emblem Cipher.
- Fire Emblem 6: Guinevere Artbook Translation | kantopia, www.kantopia.wordpress.com, Retrieved: 23 January, 2018
- Fire Emblem 7: Zephiel & Guinevere Artbook Translation | kantopia, www.kantopia.wordpress.com, Retrieved: 23 January, 2018
- Behind the Name: Meaning, origin and history of the name Guinevere, www.behindthename.com, Retrieved: 23 January, 2018
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