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Syrene appears in Chapter 17 of both routes, along with several other Frelian troops. The troops try to fight against several remnants of the Grado army and lose. Syrene stays with several civilians, promising to save them from the enemies.
Starting stats and growth rates
Personality and character
Syrene is a caring, polite woman, friendly to all she interacts with. She always tries to care for others, but she likes to think of herself as a mother more than as a sister. Still, she often tries to be a "hero"; Gilliam reminds her not to be so. In her conversations, she is always friendly and polite, and prefers that Vanessa and Tana see her more as a sister than a superior. She seems to be a good cook, able to prepare traditional Frelian dishes. Many look up to her, as a sort of older sister figure.
Syrene is the commander of the third battalion of Frelia's pegasus knights. She is a dedicated soldier, along with her younger sister Vanessa. Additionally, she acts as a supportive older figure for Tana, having been assigned to watch over her as her first mission.
- Main article: Syrene/Supports
Syrene continued as commander of Frelia's pegasus knights. Her grace and beauty in flight were the subject of many songs and paintings, and her popularity soared.
Gilliam and Syrene
Gilliam and Syrene returned to Frelia, where they were married. All agreed they were a perfect match, and their union was blessed by the crown and the order of knights. The two continued their unwavering service together.
Syrene and Vanessa
Sisters Syrene and Vanessa returned to Frelia after the war for a long-overdue talk. They talked of love and war, of friends now gone. Together, they renewed their bond as siblings and vowed never to let that bond fail.
Kyle and Syrene
After the war, Kyle visited Frelia, where he was greeted with a warm reception by Syrene. After the two retired, they were wed. They raised a daughter whose skill in martial arts and etiquette excelled.
|“||So this is the end...Vanessa...||”|
— Death quote
Fire Emblem Cipher
Syrene is currently featured on two cards in Fire Emblem Cipher.
|Fire Emblem Cipher data for Syrene|
|Commander of the Third Battalion, Syrene|
|"To be at your best, you need to take care of yourself, OK?"|
|Attack: 50||Support: 30||Range: 1||Deploy Cost: 3|
|Class: Falcoknight||Tier: Advanced||Class Change Cost: 2|
|Beautiful Soaring Commander: [Activate]  This unit gains +10 attack for each other ally until the end of this turn.|
Graceful Wings of Deliverance: [Support] You may move an ally besides the defending unit.
|Card #B11-043HN • Artist: Uroko|
|Graceful Flier, Syrene|
|"I promise to protect you all."|
|Attack: 30||Support: 30||Range: 1||Deploy Cost: 1|
|Class: Pegasus Knight||Tier: Base||Class Change Cost: --|
|Frelia's Finest Wings: [Activate] [Once per turn] Move this unit to the front row. This skill cannot be used unless this unit is untapped.|
Flying Emblem: [Support] You may choose one ally that is not the attacking unit, and move it.
|Card #B11-044N • Artist: Uroko|
|Some card information translation provided by Serenes Forest.|
For more detailed strategic information on these cards, see their TCG wiki article on Syrene .
- In the Japanese version, there is a typo in Syrene and Tana's B support conversation where Syrene refers to Tana as Syrene.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|English||Syrene||A variant of Σιρενα (Sirena), a Greek name referencing mythological sirens - half-woman, half-bird creatures that used their beautiful songs to lure seafaring men to their deaths.|
|Japanese||シレーネ||Officially romanized as Syrene.|
Artwork of Syrene from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones.
- "Syrene: With all respect, Father, I refuse to minister to their needs as a mother would. I am still young and unworthy. I prefer to speak to them as a sister." — Syrene, in her B support conversation with Moulder, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
- "Syrene: Gilliam! I'll be right there!
Gilliam: Syrene! Don't be a hero!" — Syrene and Gilliam's A support conversation, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
- "Tana: I'd like you to teach me...cooking.
Syrene: I can make some traditional Frelian dishes, but I'm no gourmet chef... But if you don't mind, then I'd be happy to teach you what I know." — Syrene and Tana's B support conversation, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
- "Tana: Hey, Syrene. Doesn't this remind you of when we were children? When we were together, it was like I finally had an older sister.
Syrene: That was my first assignment after graduating from the academy. I'd been asked to watch over you. It was a huge job for a young knight. But I enjoyed my work. You were always so kind. I miss those days." — Syrene and Tana's C support conversation, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
- Sirena - Name Meaning, What does Sirena mean?, www.thinkbabynames.com, Retrieved: 28 September 2018
|This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.|