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(Japanese: スコピオ Scopio) was the Duke of Grannvale's House Jungby, and the successor of his late father Andorey. While the rest of his surviving family allied with Seliph's revolution, he remained loyal to the Grannvale Empire and fought on behalf of Prince Julius against Seliph.
Scopio assumed rule of House Jungby at some point following Andorey's demise in the prelude to the Battle of Belhalla. In the final confrontation between Seliph's liberation army and Grannvale, he worked in concert with Duchess Hilda of Friege to trap Seliph en route to Friege Castle, ambushing them with the Beige Ritter as they passed a thick forest, but he failed and was slain.
Scopio is a minor boss in the Endgame, appearing following the seizure of Dozel. He and 17 Beige Ritter subordinates appear in the south-east corner of the map once at least one player unit crosses near the forest en route to Friege.
Personality and character
Scopio holds a zealous belief in the dogma of the Empire, in that he considers his aunts Adean and Briggid to be traitors whose children deserve to be killed. He sought to avenge his father's death at the hands of Sigurd's army by defeating Seliph's army.
Scopio was featured on one TCG card.
- Scopio's portrait is a recolored version of his father's portrait.
- Despite his TCG artwork depicting him with a sheathed sword, he is only equipped with a bow in his game appearance, though his status as a Master Knight would allow him to use swords.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
|| Definition, etymology and notes
| • Scorpio
| • Used in older versions of the Genealogy of the Holy War fan translation.|
• Used in the "Project Naga" patch.
|| Officially romanized as Scopio. Corruption of Scorpius, a constellation of the western Zodiac, sometimes known (usually in the context of astrology) as Scorpio.
|| This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.