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Monke (Japanese: モンケ Möngke) was the chieftain of the Djute clan of Sacae as of the year 1000. Under his direction, the Djute clan attempted to fight off the Bern invasion forces at the dawn of the Disturbance of Bern, but after being defeated the tribe submitted themselves to serving Bern in its occupation of Sacae, and assisted in the decimation and subjugation of the other tribes.
When the Etrurian army led by Roy began its march through Sacae, its route took them through the site of a Djute encampment. Having sighted their approach, Monke ordered his forces to lure Roy into their territory, then strike with their brute force. Though he had his men confirm that other allied clans had been notified, he felt confident that with Bern's support their assistance was unnecessary, but nonetheless that the law of Sacae would force the other tribes to help repel the Etrurian army. He was in the ensuing fight, disappointed that his "flawless" plan had failed.
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Djute clan of Sacae.*
- Monke's portrait was recycled and recolored for Thoril, Marral, Brakul, Kudoka, Kabul and Chan, the six bosses of Chapter 20xB. Additionally, his clothing appears to have been recycled for Uhai in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade.
Etymology and other languages
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Möngke; from Möngke Khan, the fourth khagan of the Mongol Empire.
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