Our next battlefield will be the Imperial capital.
There will be no turning back.
If you have any unfinished business here, you had
best settle it before we depart.
I apologize, but you'll have to make do with the time
you have. We cannot afford a delay.
I knew I could count on you. Good luck.
Professor. At last, the end is nigh.
I love the Empire. Part of me wants it to survive.
But I know that is not reasonable. The Empire's time
The Kingdom is battle-scarred, the Alliance is
in tatters... People must be terrified. The world is
crumbling around them.
What we need now is a mighty leader who can
rebuild Fódlan and rule it as a single nation.
Nonetheless, it saddens me that we will not have an
When you think of it, as one approaches the end of a
war, the sacrifices only grow larger, don't they?
The winning side musters their forces and attempts
to strike a decisive blow...
While those of the losing side make desperate
attempts to turn the war in their favor.
Neither side will give. I only wish we'd consider
those who lose their lives in that struggle.
Yes, exactly my point. Let's be careful to ensure we
don't lose our own lives, Professor.
Perhaps, but that doesn't make it any easier to accept
your own survival depends on a throw of the dice.
I can appreciate that, but just because a choice is
better does not mean that it's good.
It's such a relief that we've made it this far without
having to fight my father.
Are you trying to scare me? What if he turns up
while we're charging the capital?!
You bet I'm scared! The Imperial army hasn't lost a
single battle with my father on the field!
But still, I wonder what'll happen to him if we win...
Professor! My, um, my mother might be in the city.
I don't have many good memories of her if I'm being
honest, but she's dearer to me than my father.
If you happen to see her, please make sure she's not
caught up in all the fighting.
She's only a civil servant, so hopefully she takes a
cue from her Bernie and stays inside.
I keep thinking the war is near its end, then it isn't...
When can we finally put this dreadful war behind us?
That would be wonderful. Imagine, the last moment
of combat...then peace. It sounds like a fairy tale.
I want to make this a world where there is no
fighting, where children can grow up happy
I suppose you're right...
But we should still try our best to make the world a
place where children can grow up happy and safe.
Five years ago...Edelgard said a thing to me.
Brigid is a vassal of the Empire.
But she also said I always have the freedom to be
choosing whether I am with or not with her.
I will become the ruler of Brigid. So she said I must
make my own path.
So now, my path and her path will be colliding.
I believe in you. But please ensure that His Highness
survives as well.
Fódlan's future would be in peril if we lost him.
I would not be able to go on.
He intends to speak to the emperor?
She's his stepsister, I know, but this seems risky.
Pah! I know that!
No, I'm not. I'm sure he's thought it through.
If the two can settle this diplomatically, that would
be the best way out of this mess. No more bloodshed.
Let's just hope he doesn't become so overwhelmed
with emotion that he's unable to strike her down...
should the need arise.
Returning to the monastery brings back so many
memories from five years ago.
Hard to believe we only spent a year together here.
So much happened that it felt a lot longer than that.
But it was all so exciting. And so much fun.
Honestly, I think those memories are what's kept me
fighting this long.
What was that year like for you, Professor?
I don't think I could ask for a better answer.
Ah...yeah, there were a lot of hard times too.
Let's all do our best to survive this, so we can come
back here when it's all over.
I know that's what I'll be doing.
I've been thinking about how we've got our own
ideas about justice...and so does the Empire.
And what's coming, it's not just a battle between us
and them. It's our ideals that are fighting.
Whoever wins will say they were right and the other
side was wrong. And I get it. That's how it goes...
But nobody's willing to talk or compromise, so we'll
fight to the death to prove the other guy's wrong.
It won't be an easy battle, but let's make sure we
come back alive. Right, Professor?
We'll be heading for the capital soon. So much rests
on this moment.
Will the war really be over if we take the capital?
You're probably right...but we'll get there eventually.
Yay! I'm sure it won't end right away, but that's still
I truly believe that a peaceful future is waiting at the
end of all this.
I hope this is the final battle. Don't you, Professor?
When the war is over, everyone will be busy with
their own lives...
But let's all meet up again someday. Right here at
You, His Highness, my father, our monastery friends,
It was just a silly whim I had, but I really love it!
All that matters is whether we choose to make it
happen. I really hope that we do!
Ooh, and I'll bake a bunch of desserts for it!
All we have to do now is win! Let's get to it,
I'm so glad that you were assigned to the Blue Lion
We made it this far thanks to your guidance
There's a bitter fight ahead—that much is certain.
You have my lance.
Yes. Let's do this together!
At last, we've come to the final confrontation!
Ruin to the Empire! Glory to Faerghus!
Of course, to be perfectly honest, I would have much
preferred to march against the Empire at the head
of the Alliance.
But I suppose I have Claude to thank for denying me
that satisfaction, don't I?
We're heading up to Enbarr next. I hope I make it
back safe so I can tell my little sis about it!
I hear they got a neat opera house there where
Manuela used to perform. What was it called again?
Nah, that doesn't sound right!
Ah, that's the one!
My little sis always goes on about how much she'd
like to see them perform.
I know we can't see a show, but do you think we
could at least see the building?
We're about to put the finishing touches on this war.
I wonder how Fódlan will look without the backdrop
of death and destruction. I can't wait to see it!
On the other hand, I'm terrified of what the future
might hold. Who knows if I'll survive the assault on
Wanting so desperately to speak with Edelgard just
as we're about to fight...
Could it be that the prince is having doubts about
Then perhaps it is OK.
I suppose they're the only ones who fully understand
the extent of their relationship.
He's certainly changed from the vengeful person he
I don't mean that in a bad way. I'm actually relieved.
A king who's responsible for Fódlan's future can't
exact personal vendettas and have a cold heart.
Yes... I was praying for your safety.
Um...for your safety.
I'll do all I can to survive, but please...please don't
die out there, Professor.
Fighting in the capital! Ugh! And we're fighting
against Edelgard! Double ugh!
But with you leading us, Professor, I know we'll win.
Yeah! Wahoo! Fighting!
I'm a little scared, to be honest. I'm just shouting to
relieve the tension, but I'll be fine.
At last, it's time to face the Flame Emperor...
I know that the future of all Fódlan rests on this
battle. Nothing else is more important.
But for me, this is personal. For Captain Jeralt's sake,
I'm going to give it all I've got and more!
Rhea will be somewhere in the city. I wonder if she
can sense us coming.
The battle will soon be upon us. Let us both be at
our best for what is to come.
I was born in Enbarr.
My mother and father met in a church there. Not
too long after, I was brought into the world.
I do not understand how war can happen in such
a precious place. It is most regrettable.
Enbarr's streets are paved with unhappy
I've avoided the damned place ever since I
abandoned my nobility. Swore never to return.
Now here we are. To return in this manner... Well,
I can't say it is something I ever imagined.
Especially as I'm returning to end the Empire. What
a strange feeling, breaking one's history.
Life can be tough, you know? But if you've got your
friends to help you through, it can be a lot easier.
Maybe you butt heads sometimes...but that's OK.
That's how you build bonds, right?
And I've got friends, Professor. Plenty of those. It's
true love that seems to have passed me by.
Relax? I'm relaxed.
But where is my true love to be found?
Where is my ray of hope?
Yeah... I'm starting to figure that's the most
At this point, you're the only man who pays attention
to me. I guess I'll have to take what I can get.
At this point, I'm just hoping you stay single too.
Then at least we can share each other's misery!
It matters not how just our cause may be. In the end,
war is nothing more than organized murder.
I understand the desire to reach a conclusion, but we
mustn't overlook the sins inherent in our deeds.
Heh, sorry. I have a tendency to preach.
We have lost so much, and in return, we have
taken much from our enemies.
I pray we can put an end to this cycle of violence.
Here we are, facing the final battle with the Empire.
It's been a long, difficult struggle.
We have to get Lady Rhea back! And we have to
crush the Empire, in the name of Captain Jeralt.
He's watching over us now, protecting us.
I know he is.
Looks like we're nearing the end of this struggle.
I'm sure Lady Rhea is on tenterhooks waiting for me
to swoop in and rescue her.
I was just kidding! Pay me no mind.
Oof... You don't mince your words. Try being a bit
more mindful of other people's feelings.
Lady Rhea's not waiting for me, I know, no matter
how much I might wish she were. She's waiting
Ten years ago, Dagda and Brigid attacked the
Empire from the west.
Their final target was the capital.
But they were countered at a port town, long before
they reached their destination.
We spent a lot of time going back and forth, but at
least we made it this far.
Whenever I think about how we'll be seeing Lady
Rhea real soon, I get happy and really get cleaning!
We'll get there for sure, right? We'll see her again?
I just gotta believe Lady Rhea is waiting for us in the
capital... We just have to find her.
Greetings, Professor! Nothing to report!
Momentum's really picking up for this final battle,
huh? Even I'm starting to feel tense! Me!
Enbarr's history goes back 1,400 years. That even
predates the founding of the Empire.
It's one of the sacred sites of the Seiros faith, so it's a
pretty big deal.
But hey, no need to worry about the monastery while
you're fighting the final battle. I've got it covered!
I'll defend it to my last!
Things we can't obtain here are likely obtainable by
way of the underground.
Are you unfamiliar with Garreg Mach's
underground? The place is an absolute paradise
for those who can't stay above ground.
Those Abyssian idiots. All they ever do is
We'd best purge the entire underbelly of
I...I used to work for Cornelia in Fhirdiad.
I only followed her because I didn't want to die,
but afterwards I felt so ashamed I wanted to
I still can't figure out why I did it... Anyway, I'm glad
you did what you did.
From now on, I'm going to devote myself to the
Kingdom, and fight for what I believe in!
Did you know? A magnificent canal flows through
It's said to have been constructed under the guidance
of Saint Seiros before the Empire was even formed.
Ever since, that canal has been a major lifeline
for the capital's development.
And now this is how the Empire repays it...
Truly, no good deed goes unpunished.
Attacking the capital means crossing swords with
the emperor herself.
I hope you won't be caught unprepared. I've heard
that she'll stop at nothing in the pursuit of victory.
Be careful of that Hubert too. The Minister
of the Imperial Household. They say he's a
Sorry, but I'm not the fighting type. All I can do
is lend you the stuff you need.
And, you know, pray to the goddess for your safety.
Win, live, and return, OK? Mostly so you can pay
me back for the stuff you borrowed!
I've got a bit of Duscur blood in me. Faerghus is our
But if that man is going to be the king, I don't see
any harm in lending him my blade.
I believe that we can forge a proud, new Kingdom.
As you can tell, I'm expecting great things. I won't
forgive you if you lose!
While on some business, I went to see how the
Kingdom capital is getting on. There are still some
things to work out before it can be restored.
But generally, things seem to have calmed down.
It's on its way to resuming its old energy.
I think this will end up being a better Kingdom
than before. I really believe that.
Once you set out on your next mission, you won't
be able to have a proper meal for a while, right?
You should eat up while you can, build up your
physical strength to prepare for the mission.
It's very likely that Lady Rhea is confined in the
If so, then our strategy will be to gain control of
the streets, and then assault the castle.
A street battle followed by a castle invasion...
It's just one battle after another. It'll be tough,
but we have to win. For Lady Rhea.
I wonder what the emperor looks like... I bet she's
Oh, you don't think so? I've never seen her, so I was
She tried to destroy the Kingdom and the Alliance,
and ordered the capture of the archbishop, right?
I dunno... Someone who could do such terrible
things just has to be really scary looking!
How would you know what's rare and what isn't?
I still believe in the goddess, sort of.
I am. It's a bit of a ritual for me to pray before
something big like this.
I couldn't recount a single word of scripture for you.
But my mother always prayed. I picked up the habit
Believe it or not, I'm praying for you too. For you to
come back safe.
I hear that damn Dimitri guy plans to chat with
the emperor. Can you believe that nonsense?
Really, though. We've been trying to kill each other,
and he wants to shoot the breeze? Is he dumb or
No "maybes" about it, pal. You ask me, they should
settle it like civilized folk—with their fists.
That a fact? Heh, you two are birds of a feather.
You ask me, they should throw some fists and be
done with it.
Guess it's up to the One True King of Grappling to
talk some sense into ol' Dimitri. When I'm done with
him, he'll be ready to brawl!
Is it true what they say? That the archbishop is a
captive of the Empire?
I've never heard of anything so brash in all the
Empire's long history.
It is vexing that Lady Edelgard's true motives elude
me. If only I still had noble connections to draw on...
The loss of my house has proven to be a thorn in my
side again and again.
The war might be over soon. All this time we've been
fighting, and the end comes in the blink of an eye.
I have no idea what I'll do afterwards, though.
I guess I'll cross that bridge when I come to it.
Easy for you to say. You obviously know what you're
going to do. Which is...what, exactly?
I will. Though you already seem to know what you're
going to do. Which is...what, exactly?
Actually, don't tell me your plans just yet. Let's
revisit this topic when the war has drawn to a close.
Hey, Professor. How's it going? Making lots of coin?
I'd love to catch up, but I'm super busy right now.
Working. For money. You understand.
Seems like the war is gonna end soon.
Once the dust settles, it'll be back to rolling in fat
stacks of gold for me!
There's unrest everywhere these days. All of my
fellow merchants seem to be endangered.
I hope things go back to normal soon. People need
more to smile about, aside from my great deals.
Abyss? You're interested in that place, are you?
Ancient sprawling remains deep below
Garreg Mach... That's Abyss.
Some folks have made their home there. Obviously
they all have their reasons and tales to tell.
But only the most enterprising merchant
would venture near it. My advice? Avoid
going there yourself.
Hey, you. Listen up. I've got something to report.
The war is careening headfirst toward its grand
finale. Do me a favor and get through this mess
After the dust settles, maybe I'll go on to guard
other entrances in other parts of the world. I'm a
dreamer, my friend. Always have been.
We're getting along a lot better with the Kingdom
soldiers recently. Everyone's in higher spirits.
When they first got here, some of them were
aggressive toward us...even abusive.
All that's changed now. They've been courteous with
us. Generous, even. It's nice to see.
Ah, I see. So you are Jeralt's child. You so resemble
I did indeed. I was acquainted with your parents.
I've been wanting to speak with you for a while now.
I am nothing more than a common monk. I knew
your parents...once upon a time.
I've been gone from the monastery for some time
now because... Well, it matters not.
Might I...ask a favor of you?
Do you mind terribly picking up some fresh flowers
to place upon your mother's grave?
I am certain she'd be deeply moved to receive a gift
Thank you so much. This is just the type of flower
she once loved so dearly.
I can rest easy now.
I must be off. Take especially good care of yourself,
Please, look after Jeralt. She'd have wanted that.