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The Hoshidan people become suspicious of Azura because of her Nohrian origins. Though Ryoma does his best to quell any doubts of Azura's sincerity, Azura is captured by a faction of Hoshidans. She is later reunited with Corrin at [[Fort Dragonfall]] in Chapter 9, when their party coincidentally travels through the fort on their way to [[Notre Sagesse]]. Grateful for being rescued, she joins their party.
 
The Hoshidan people become suspicious of Azura because of her Nohrian origins. Though Ryoma does his best to quell any doubts of Azura's sincerity, Azura is captured by a faction of Hoshidans. She is later reunited with Corrin at [[Fort Dragonfall]] in Chapter 9, when their party coincidentally travels through the fort on their way to [[Notre Sagesse]]. Grateful for being rescued, she joins their party.
   
When Corrin's party reaches [[Cyrkensia]], she sings and dances before Garon and Nohrian troops, wearing a different dress and a facial veil to disguise herself. Unlike in ''Birthright'', this dance causes visible pain to [[Garon]]. After the dance, Iago notices Garon is in pain and attempts to capture the songstress, who he believes inflicted a curse on him during the dance. After [[Kumagera]] appears and attempts to end Garon's life to end the war, Azura surprises Corrin, who did not see her leave her seat during the performance and like the other Nohrian troops, are unaware that she was the mysterious songstress.
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When Corrin's party reaches [[Cyrkensia]], she sings and dances before Garon and Nohrian troops, wearing a different dress and a facial veil to disguise herself. Unlike in ''Birthright'', this dance causes visible pain to [[Garon]]. After the dance, Iago notices Garon is in pain and attempts to capture the songstress, who he believes inflicted a curse on him during the dance. After [[Kumagera]] appears and attempts to end Garon's life to end the war, Azura surprises Corrin, who did not see her leave her seat during the performance and like the other Nohrian troops, are unaware that she was the mysterious songstress. Afterwards she travels to [[Valla]], unknowingly followed by Corrin. After rescuing [[Gunter]] and returning to the [[Bottomless Canyon]], she reveals to Corrin that she was the mysterious songstress. However, the song she performed was not a curse, but a purification ritual meant to drive out the evil force controlling Garon. She reveals that it was too late to save him, and the man known as Garon is no more. She explains that the only way to defeat the evil presence is to get Garon to sit on the Hoshidan throne, meaning they would have to gain Garon's trust, continue the war and conquer Hoshido.
 
Afterwards, she travels to [[Valla]], unknowingly followed by Corrin. After rescuing [[Gunter]] and returning to the [[Bottomless Canyon]], she reveals to Corrin that she was the mysterious songstress. However, the song she performed was not a curse, but a purification ritual meant to drive out the evil force controlling Garon. She reveals that it was too late to save him, and the man known as Garon is no more. She explains that Garon must be killed to being peace and the only way to defeat the evil presence is to get Garon to sit on the Hoshidan throne, meaning they would have to gain Garon's trust, continue the war and conquer Hoshido and expose his true form so they can kill him.
 
   
 
Later, when Corrin is reunited with [[Xander]], they introduce him to his long-lost sister, Azura. Although Azura initially unsure of how Xander will react to her, Xander explains that he was aware of the hardships she faced as a child in Nohr as the people were upset at Garon marrying [[Arete|her mother]] after [[Katerina|his own mother's]] death and that he, Camilla, and later [[Leo]] were discouraged from interacting with her. He then assures her that he is happy to see her again and is glad that all his siblings are reunited and that they can be a family again.
 
Later, when Corrin is reunited with [[Xander]], they introduce him to his long-lost sister, Azura. Although Azura initially unsure of how Xander will react to her, Xander explains that he was aware of the hardships she faced as a child in Nohr as the people were upset at Garon marrying [[Arete|her mother]] after [[Katerina|his own mother's]] death and that he, Camilla, and later [[Leo]] were discouraged from interacting with her. He then assures her that he is happy to see her again and is glad that all his siblings are reunited and that they can be a family again.
   
After conquering Hoshido and with no other defense left, King Garon arrives at the Shirasagi Throne Room, completing his goal. Demanding that they do not enter the throne room without his permission, he goes inside alone to bask in his glory and consult the great Anankos. Corrin and the others wait outside. Iago, along with Hans and Garon's loyalist, attempts to kill Corrin after discovering that they spared Hinoka, but this proves to his biggest mistake yet, as the Nohrian siblings (even Azura) turn against him and calls them out for disgracing Nohr and their shameless crimes and they face against Garon's loyalist. They manage to kill Hans and all of Garon's loyalist and Iago attempts to escape his punishment by begging for his life, but Leo shuts him up and calls him out for his cowardly crimes and mercilessly executes him. Iago screams in anguish and dies, putting an end his schemes against Corrin for good.
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As in Birthright, Azura overuses the necklace's power against the possessed [[Takumi]] instead, knowing full well it would kill her. However, none of the Nohrian siblings and Corrin knew of this, or know what happened to her after the battle. Unlike in Birthright, Azura's death is not shown in this version, but is confirmed missing by the siblings. Corrin later encounters her at a lake like when they first met, before she dissolves into the light after telling them to close their eyes. Corrin thanks her for everything, and Xander calls them back.
 
Azura tells Corrin it's time to reveal the truth and Corrin reveals to the Norhian royal siblings that the war is not over yet and that they must kill Garon to end it, and reveals to them that Garon is no longer human as he has been replaced by a monster. Corrin prepares to enter the throne room with Azura and their siblings to expose Garon's true form and kill him, but the siblings remain skeptical of how Corrin and Azura even know about Garon's state and why they didn't tell them sooner. Azura cannot explain and says the only way to reveal the truth is to show them the throne so they can expose Garon's form. When Corrin begs and forces their siblings to listen to their words, Xander reluctantly agrees to this, but warns them that if they are lying, they will execute them for treason as they enter the Throne Room.
 
 
True to their words, a water monster appears before them in a grotesque visage of Garon after sitting on the throne, exposing his true form. Garon is angered at their "betrayal" and attempts to kill Corrin. Believing in Corrin, the Nohrian army turn against Garon and declare his reign over, and they finally kill Garon for good.
 
 
As they celebrate their victory, they are cut short when a possessed Takumi appears before them, demanding vengeance for the suffering of the Hoshidans and the death of his brother. Corrin volunteers to accept responsibility for their actions and allow Takumi to shoot them. Corrin falls into a near-death state, where they are met by Mikoto, Lilith, Ryoma and Takumi, encouraging Corrin to return and the latter asking to stop his possessed self. Corrin is revived and the combined force faces the possessed Takumi.
 
 
Before the battle begins, Azura apologizes for not helping Takumi sooner and overuses the necklace's power against the possessed [[Takumi]], despite knowing full well it would kill her. However, none of the Nohrian siblings and Corrin knew of this, or know what happened to her after the battle. Unlike in ''Birthright'', Azura's death is not shown in this version, but is confirmed missing by the siblings. Corrin later encounters her at a lake like when they first met, before she dissolves into the light after telling them to close their eyes. Corrin thanks her for everything, and Xander calls them back.
 
   
 
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Said traits were even worse in her youth, as seen with her young variant in ''Heroes'', who believes it is inevitable for her to be mistreated whenever she meets someone, even if said person is amicable, and actively rejects any sort of comfort despite wishing deeply for it as well as wanting to have a sense of belonging. She is well aware of these things, as she does not want this happening to her children, if she is married, and wants them to stay the way they are, rather than have them grow up like her. When she does open up, she proves to have quite the mischievous side, as seen when she teases [[Sakura]] by scaring her with ghost stories.
 
Said traits were even worse in her youth, as seen with her young variant in ''Heroes'', who believes it is inevitable for her to be mistreated whenever she meets someone, even if said person is amicable, and actively rejects any sort of comfort despite wishing deeply for it as well as wanting to have a sense of belonging. She is well aware of these things, as she does not want this happening to her children, if she is married, and wants them to stay the way they are, rather than have them grow up like her. When she does open up, she proves to have quite the mischievous side, as seen when she teases [[Sakura]] by scaring her with ghost stories.
   
Azura feels guilty that she received the love from the Hoshidan people and the royal siblings that rightfully belonged to Corrin. This is stated directly to Corrin as well as through her supports with [[Hinoka]] and [[Ryoma]], where she tells them that they no longer need to love her now that their rightful sibling has returned to them. However, both have expressed that their familial love for her has always been real and regardless of her true origins, she is still their sister. While she still feels guilty, she becomes much less hard on herself as a result.
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Azura feels guilty that she received the love from the Hoshidan people and the royal siblings that rightfully belonged to Corrin. This is stated directly to Corrin as well as through her supports with [[Hinoka]] and [[Ryoma]] where she tells them that they no longer need to love her now that their rightful sibling has returned to them. However, both have expressed that their familial love for her has always been real and regardless of her true origins, she is still their sister. While she still feels guilty, she becomes much less hard on herself as a result.
   
When she reunites with her step-siblings, she learns that all of them (except for Elise before she was born) still care about her and have never forgotten about her despite the other Nohrians' mistreatment toward her. In ''Revelation'' [[Frozen Sea|Chapter 12]], Azura appreciates when [[Camilla]] referred to her as her adorable sister. In her support with [[Xander]], he allowed her to meet with them regularly and eat with them. In her support with [[Leo]], she is caught by Leo while she's singing, which he calls a lovely melody and Azura attempted to forget her time in Nohr, with Leo having heard stories about how she and her mother were mistreated. In her support with Xander in ''Warriors'', she appreciates when he always acknowledges her as his younger sister and even felt when he lost his own family member as she was kidnapped by the Hoshidans.
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When she reunites with her step-siblings, she learns that all of them (except for Elise before she was born) still care about her and have never forgotten about her despite the other Nohrians' mistreatment toward her. In Revelation Chapter 12, Azura appreciates when [[Camilla]] referred to her as her adorable sister. In her support with [[Xander]], he allowed her to meet with them regularly and eat with them. In her support with [[Leo]], she is caught by Leo while she's singing, which he calls a lovely melody and Azura attempted to forget her time in Nohr, with Leo having heard stories about how she and her mother were mistreated. In her support with Xander in Warriors, she appreciates when he always acknowledges her as his younger sister and even felt when he lost his own family member as she was kidnapped by the Hoshidans.
   
 
Although she can get slightly emotional at times, Azura is kindhearted and surprisingly knowledgeable about many things, some of which others would not know about. This is namely information of Valla, her unique ability to manipulate water through the use of her necklace and a brief history about dragons and degeneration from her mother. Although she is more cynical and world-weary than Corrin, she shares their conviction in trying to make the world a better place and wanting to be with Corrin until the very end of the path to see peace. Normally neat and tidy, she has the worst cases of bed hair in the army and is a restless sleeper. She also has a weakness for cute things and enjoys telling scary stories.
 
Although she can get slightly emotional at times, Azura is kindhearted and surprisingly knowledgeable about many things, some of which others would not know about. This is namely information of Valla, her unique ability to manipulate water through the use of her necklace and a brief history about dragons and degeneration from her mother. Although she is more cynical and world-weary than Corrin, she shares their conviction in trying to make the world a better place and wanting to be with Corrin until the very end of the path to see peace. Normally neat and tidy, she has the worst cases of bed hair in the army and is a restless sleeper. She also has a weakness for cute things and enjoys telling scary stories.
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|Item=[[File:FE14Naginata.png]][[Brass Naginata]]
 
|Item=[[File:FE14Naginata.png]][[Brass Naginata]]
 
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* Inventory when rejoining in ''Conquest'' Chapter 9 - [[Another Trial]] - [[Vulnerary]], [[Chest Key]]
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* Inventory when rejoining in Conquest Chapter 9 - [[Another Trial]] - [[Vulnerary]], [[Chest Key]]
* Brass Naginata is replaced with a Bronze Lance in ''Revelation''.
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* Brass Naginata is replaced with a Bronze Lance in Revelation.
 
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