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The Book of Valentian Revelations (バレンシア黙示録) is a religious text originating from Valentia, describing the past and origins of Mila and Duma.

Excerpts of the book are found in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia's two amiibo dungeons, Mila's Ordeals and Duma's Ordeals, while the text in it's entirety can be seen in the artbook Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Memorial Book Valentia Accordion.

Please note that several of the excerpts contains major spoilers.

“To those who seek the truth of the Valentian gods, we impart this Book of Revelations to you.”
“We are the Servants, borne from our master's will, watching over this continent alongside our master.”
—Chapter 1
“Brother Duma and sister Mila: both Old Folk, and known as divine dragons in the land beyond.”
—Chapter 2
“Long ago, the Old Folk created a kingdom in the land beyond.”
—Chapter 3
“The Old Folk, led by the ruler of the divine dragons, ushered in an age of prosperity.”
—Chapter 4
“Duma protected the dragons' ruler with his military might, gaining her favour; he was called the Kingshield.”
—Chapter 5
“Mila blessed the land with her magic, paving prosperity for the Old Folk; she was called the Kingsgrail.”
—Chapter 6
“The Old Folk bestowed many gifts to the New Folk who were young of the world.”
—Chapter 7
“These gifts included knowledge of fire, iron, alcohol and sorcery.”
—Chapter 8
“The New Folk rapidly advanced thanks to the Old Folk's wisdom. Eventually, they constructed an extravagant city known as Thabes.”
—Chapter 9
“Fearing that the New Folk had amassed too much power, Duma sent soldiers into Thabes.”
—Chapter 10
“After 3 long days of battle, the city of Thabes was obliterated and the survivors fled the ruined land.”
—Chapter 11
“The ruler of the divine dragons, in her great anger, exacted harsh judgement on Duma.”
—Chapter 12
“Duma clashed violently with the ruler of the divine dragons.”
—Chapter 13
“Mila joined Duma's side and the two stood valiantly against the ruler's army.”
—Chapter 14
“The earth split, the seas parted, and the heavens themselves threatened to come tumbling down. The battle transcended any that history had yet known.”
—Chapter 15
“Duma and Mila were no match for the ruler's forces and surrendered after 9 terrible days of battle.”
—Chapter 16
“During the colossal battle, some of the ruler's fangs splintered and scattered across the realm.”
—Chapter 17
“By the ruler's decree, Mila and Duma were banished from the land beyond.”
—Chapter 18
“The ruler of the divine dragons was merciful, so before Duma departed, she gave him one of her own fangs, the Kingsfang.”
—Chapter 19
“Falchion was the name given to the blade carved from the Kingsfang. It was a sword of beginnings, an incarnation of the ruler herself.”
—Chapter 20
“Those who carry the divine dragon's blood and bear her mark can draw out the Kingsfang's true strength and manifest their royal power.”
—Chapter 21
“When Duma was exiled by the dragons' ruler, Mila followed. At the end of their long journey, the two alighted here on this continent.”
—Chapter 22
“Duma and Mila chased their ideals on this continent that they now called home.”
—Chapter 23
“Despite being scarred by battle, Duma's rage had not subsided and he desired revenge against the dragons' ruler.”
—Chapter 24
“Duma ordered his people to erect an oppressive tower atop a mountain facing the land beyond, to which Mila approved.”
—Chapter 25
“Here in our land, Duma sought power to surpass all others, whilst Mila sought peace and love. Their paths diverged, never to meet again.”
—Chapter 26
“Though Duma's ideals were originally driven by revenge, he also put his people into consideration.”
—Chapter 27
“Duma with his unquenchable lust for battle clashed with Mila who stood in opposition.”
—Chapter 28
“ A war broke out that sundered land and sky; no living thing was safe. The peals of thunder rang like an elegy sung by Mila herself.”
—Chapter 29
“But despite clash after heated clash, not once did Duma turn the Kingsfang upon his sister.”
—Chapter 30
“Countless seasons passed and the war showed no signs of end.”
—Chapter 31
“At the end of an arduous battle, Duma and Mila had exhausted their strength.”
—Chapter 32
“Together, Duma and Mila formed a Divine Accord. Thereafter, they vowed never to cross into each other's domain.”
—Chapter 33
“One day, interlopers from the ocean threatened the people of this continent.”
—Chapter 34
“Duma and Mila became the peoples' pillar, while they resisted against the foreign threat.”
—Chapter 35
“The fighter Rigel from Duma's domain and the hero Zofia from Mila's domain were chosen for their brilliant exploits.”
—Chapter 36
“Duma and Mila bequeathed their divine blood to two champions, and brought prosperity to their respective nations.”
—Chapter 37
“And so, this continent embraced a long-lasting era of peace.”
—Chapter 38
“One day, Duma and Mila are fated to descend into madness. When that day comes, an era shrouded by darkness shall befall this continent.”
—Chapter 39
“From the moment we were borne, we witnesses of history shall guide the lost, so you may bathe in a thousand years of prosperity.”
—Chapter 40