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Jungby Castle


Duchy; part of Grannvale



Jungby's ruling family of master archers are descended from Ulir, the God of Archery.
— A Grannvale villager

(Japanese: ユングヴィ Jungby) is one of the six noble houses of the Kingdom of Grannvale. It comprises the south-western region of Grannvale, near the Jun River and the border with Verdane, and is situated west of Chalphy. It was founded in the year 649, shortly after the fall of the Lopt Empire, by Ulir of the Twelve Crusaders alongside Grannvale itself and its other duchies; its ruling family are his descendants and possess his holy bloodline, permitting them to wield the holy bow Yewfelle. As with the other duchies, House Jungby commands their own elite squadron of knights: the Beige Ritter, an archer batallion.


In Grann 757, Jungby's then-Duke Ring and his son Andorey departed with the Grannvale army to go to war with Isaach, despite their disagreements;[1] at his daughter Adean's request, Ring left the Yewfelle behind with Adean in case she found her lost sister, Briggid, its sole inheritor out of Ring's three children.[2] With Grannvale mostly defenseless, neighboring Verdane launched a surprise assault on the country, laying siege to Jungby Castle. Verdane's prince Gandolf quickly overpowered the Jungby knights led by Midayle and abducted Adean, taking her back to Verdane with him with the intent of forcing her into marriage. In response, Sigurd of Chalphy launched a counter-offensive against Verdane, freeing Jungby Castle and invading Verdane to attempt to rescue Adean. Meanwhile, at the climax of the Isaach war, Andorey allied with Langobalt and Reptor in their traitorous intentions, killing Ring and assuming the role of Duke of Jungby for himself.[3] Andorey led the Jungby army in assisting Maios and Daccar in the Silesse civil war, and in fighting Sigurd's attempt to return to Grannvale as part of Langobalt's forces at Lubeck Castle; he died in the latter encounter.

Following Andorey's death, the Jungby throne was assumed by his own son, Scopio. In the liberation war's final battle in Grann 778, Scopio and the Beige Ritter worked with Hilda of Friege in fighting Seliph's army, ambushing them as they crossed the woods between Dozel and Friege. Scopio was defeated in this battle, and at the war's conclusion Briggid's son Faval became the new Duke of Jungby.

Characters from Jungby

Character Description Appears in
The "Bow User" of the Twelve Crusaders, and the founder of Jungby. N/A
Portrait ring fe04.png
The Duke of Jungby as of Grann 757. One of Prince Kurth's confidantes. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait briggid fe04.png
Ring's full-blooded daughter and Adean's twin. Disappeared in a boating accident in her childhood. Genealogy of the Holy War, Thracia 776, Awakening
Portrait adean fe04.png
Ring's daughter and Briggid's twin. A priestess. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait andorey fe04.png
Ring's youngest child and successor as Duke of Jungby. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait midayle fe04.png
A knight of Jungby in Adean's service. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait faval fe04.png
Briggid's son and Yewfelle's inheritor. Raised in a Conote orphanange. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait patty fe04.png
Briggid's daughter. Raised in a Conote orphanage, resorting to theft for survival. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait lester fe04.png
Adean's son. Raised in Tirnanog. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait lana fe04.png
Adean's daughter. Raised in Tirnanog. Genealogy of the Holy War
Portrait scopio fe04.png
Andorey's son and successor as Duke of Jungby. Genealogy of the Holy War


Jungby Castle in the Prologue.

Jungby Castle is present as a gameplay castle in the Prologue of Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. Initially a partner castle guarded by Midayle, it is seized by the Verdane army in their siege of it, and after they abduct Adean, Sigurd's goal is to seize Jungby back.

Genealogy of the Holy War castle data (Prologue)

Castle Data
Castle Initial state Units* Boss/guardian Notes
Chalphy Player (Home) 4 Arden --
Jungby Partner 1 Midayle Seized by the enemy at the start of the turn 1 Enemy Phase
Evans Enemy 32 Gerrard Army originally led by Gandolf, who leaves at the beginning of the turn 1 Enemy Phase after seizing Jungby.


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
Jungby --
Japanese ユングヴィ Officially romanized as Jungby. From Yngvi, another name for the Norse deity Freyr.



  1. "The son, Sir Andorey, joined his father on the campaign to Isaach. You didn't hear it from me, but there seems to be quite a bit of friction between the two." — A Grannvale villager, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  2. "Sigurd: You still believe you can find her, do you?
    Adean: That's correct. And when I do, I must give the Holy Bow Yewfelle to her!
    " — Sigurd and Adean, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  3. "My father is no longer with us and my older sister is being pursued for her involvement with the Grannvale traitors. So as the new lord of Jungby I now command the entire archer brigade!" — Andorey, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
Playable characters First gen. AdeanAlecArdenAyraAzelBeowolfBriggidClaudDeirdreDewEthlynFerryFinnHolynJamkeLachesisLewynLexMidayleNoishQuanSigurdSilviaTailtiu
Second gen. AltenaAresArthur/AmidCed/HawkCorpul/SharlowDelmud/TristanFaval/AsaelloFee/FeminaFinnHannibalJohalvaJohanJuliaLana/ManaLarcei/RadneyLeifLene/LayleaLester/DimnaNanna/JanneOifeyPatty/DaisySeliphShananTeeny/LindaUlster/Roddlevan
Non-playable characters First gen. AidaAlvaArvisAzmurBatuCalfCigyunEldiganEthniaEvaEveGrahnyeImcaKurthMahnyaManananMariccleOifeyRahnaRingShananTravantVictorVylon
Second gen. AnnaFelipeJakeLewynPalmarch
Other GalleForsetiLoptousMaeraNagaSalamand
Bosses First gen. AndoreyBeowolfBordeauxChagallClementCuvuliDaccarDeet'varDiMaggioDonovanDuvallElliotEldiganFerryGandolfGerrardJacobanJamkeKinboisLamiaLangobaltMacbethMagornMaiosPamelaPapillonPhilipPizareReptorSandimaSlayderVahaWaltzZane
Second gen. AltenaAnguillaAreoneArvisBanbaBaranBlegBloomBovisBoyceBramselBurianCanisCoulterCtuzofDagonDananDistlerDracoEquusEriuFisherFotlaGallusHannibalHaroldHildaIshtarIshtoreJavarroJohalvaJohanJudahJuliaJuliusJuphielKanatzLizaMabelManfroyMaykovMengMorriganMuhammadMusMusarOvisOvoPorcusRiddellRobertoRodanSchmidtScopioSimiaTeeny/LindaTigrisTravantZagam
The Twelve Crusaders BaldrBragiCedDainFjalarHeimHezulNeirNjörunOdThrudUlir
Holy Weapons BalmungForsetiGáe BolgGungnirHelswathLoptousMjölnirMystletainnNagaTyrfingValflameValkyrieYewfelle
Chapters First gen. P: Birth of a Holy Knight • 1: Lady of the Forest • 2: Crisis in Agustria • 3: Eldigan, the Lionheart • 4: Dance in the Skies • 5: Doorway to Destiny
Second gen. 6: Heir of Light • 7: Beyond the Desert • 8: The Dracoknights of Thracia • 9: For Whose Sake • 10: Light and Dark • Endgame: The Final Holy War
Locations JugdralAgustria (Bragi TowerNordionOrgahil) • Yied Desert (Darna) • Grannvale (BelhallaChalphyDozelEddaFriegeJungbyVelthomer) • Isaach (Tirnanog) • Manster District (AlsterConoteLeonsterManster) • MiletosSilesseThraciaVerdane
Groups, objects and events Battle of BelhallaChild huntsCross KnightsHoly BloodHoly WarKnight brigades of GrannvaleLanceritterLoptyrians (DeadlordsLopt Empire) • Miracle of DarnaQuintessenceTwelve CrusadersYied Massacre
Related topics Mitsuki Ōsawa manga adaptationNuts Fujimori manga adaptationName chart • Other games (Thracia 776Awakening) • Timeline