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Renais (pronounced /ɹɪˈneɪ/[key]; Japanese: ルネス Renais) is one of the countries in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. It is located in the center of Magvel, and is the only landlocked country on the continent. Renais shares borders with Frelia to the northwest, Carcino to the northeast, Jehanna to the southeast and Grado to the southwest.
Renais was founded by it's respective member of the five heroes 800 years ago. This makes Renais one of the Sacred Stone countries of Magvel; its stone is housed deep within Renais castle, and can only be accessed with both the Solar Brace and the Lunar Brace. These bracelets were forged generations ago by those who were afraid of the Sacred Stone's powers being abused. There is a false Sacred Stone within one of Renais' temples serving as a decoy. The knowledge of the bracelets' true purpose is only told to the next generation of the royal family at the time of their ascensions or in times of dire peril.
Modern day Renais shares good relations with all of the other countries of Magvel, especially Frelia. Because of this, Grado's invasion of Renais was highly unanticipated. Being unprepared for such warfare, Renais fell to the Grado army, beginning the War of the Stones.
During the war Renais as a country was plunged into chaos. After the fall of its king, Grado did not send anyone competent to manage the countries civilian and criminal populations, causing the country to be overrun with bandit activity for much of the war. Though Selena of the Imperial Three did offer Eirika, not knowing that she was the princess of Renais, funds to manage some of the criminal infestation.
After the fall of the Grado capital, near the end of the war, Eirika and Ephraim dethroned Orson, who was put in place by Grado, and reclaimed their Renais.
Notable locations in Renais
The home of Renais' royal family, it's pair of Sacred Twins, and its Sacred Stone. During the War of the Stones Orson moved into the castle as the country's ruler, though his actions barely fit the station he was bestowed.
- Main article: Za'ha Woods
A forest in Renais, it is one of the few areas overrun by monsters early on in the war.
Serafew is a town on the border of Renais and Grado, housing people from both countries. It is often cited as a symbol of the close alliance that Renais and Grado shared before the War or the Stones.
Characters from Renais
|Warrior King of Renais, and father of Ephraim and Eirika.||The Sacred Stones|
|Prince of Renais, son of Fado and Eirika's twin brother.||The Sacred Stones|
|Princess of Renais, daughter of Fado and Ephraim's twin sister.||The Sacred Stones|
|A commander in the Renais army. A skilled veteran.||The Sacred Stones|
|Knight of Renais whose love for his wife blinds his better judgement.||The Sacred Stones|
|Orson's deceased wife.||The Sacred Stones|
|Loyal knight of Renais.||The Sacred Stones|
|Loyal knight of Renais, and Franz's older brother.||The Sacred Stones|
|New recruit in the Renais army, and Forde's younger brother.||The Sacred Stones|
|Former warrior of Renais, retired to spend time with his son, Ross.||The Sacred Stones|
|Young villager determined to become a warrior like his father, Garcia.||The Sacred Stones|
|Thief from the village of Lark. Neimi's childhood friend.||The Sacred Stones|
|Colm's childhood friend from the village of Lark, often seen in tears.||The Sacred Stones|
|A monk studying magic in the Za'ha Woods.||The Sacred Stones|
|Self-proclaimed prodigy studying magic in the Za'ha Woods.||The Sacred Stones|
- Renais has a common crest that appears on the armor of several characters from Renais. The characters that have this crest are:
- Eirika, who has the crest on her breastplate.
- Ephraim, who has the crest on the lower portion of his breastplate.
- Seth, who also bears the crest on his breastplate.
- Fado, who bears the crest on the lower part of the armor hanging from his waist.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Japanese||ルネス||Officially romanized as Renais.|
- Seth in Fire Emblem Heroes