|“||You'll what? Flee? Tell me, just where do you think you can hide?||”|
— Kel, to Roartz
Stationed in Bulgar to take care of Roartz, upon learning of the approach of the Etrurian army headed by Roy, Kel suggested that Roartz fortify the interior of the Bulgar palace while he and his men attempted to slow down or stop the Etrurians on the outside. His efforts were unsuccessful and he was killed.
Kel was bound by a strong sense of duty and devotion as a subordinate to Brunya, even though he was not fond of Roartz, and expressed an almost fatalistic level of devotion to his service to Brunya as a warrior, having resigned himself to the inevitability of dying in battle.
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|“||I am Kel. Behold my blade...as I swing it for the last time.||”|
|“||This is the fate...of all swordsmen...||”|
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|The latter is an unusual Romanization used in the most proliferated, albeit now outdated, fan translation patch; up-to-date versions of the fan translation use the former name.|
- "Soldier: ...That is the highest advisor of the Etrurian court? Why should we fight for a coward like him?
Kel: Don't say that. General Brenya didn't willingly tell us to protect him. She had no choice because Etruria joined forces with Bern. ...Therefore, we must fulfill our duties as warriors." - A soldier and Kel, Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
- "General Brenya has given me orders to protect you. I will do so with my life." - Kel, Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
|This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.|