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==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Camilla's most notable trait is her strong motherly instincts, ones that are very specifically directed towards Corrin. Her brand of care towards them is often excessive to the point of being uncomfortable at various junctures by even members of other armies. Through Camilla's interactions with Corrin, it can be observed that she completely disregards the fact that they are an adult. She chooses to treat them as one would a child, using language that is remarkably juvenile, commonly used when speaking to adolescents. Camilla's actions also prove this fact, as she constantly makes it a point to identify discomforts that Corrin may not necessarily be experiencing in a bid to offer them her assistance. In this regard, she has been known to threaten death upon people whom she perceives will bring Corrin grief.
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Camilla's most notable trait is her strong gigantic ti-- motherly instincts, ones that are very specifically directed towards Corrin. Her brand of care towards them is often excessive to the point of being uncomfortable at various junctures by even members of other armies. Through Camilla's interactions with Corrin, it can be observed that she completely disregards the fact that they are an adult. She chooses to treat them as one would a child, using language that is remarkably juvenile, commonly used when speaking to adolescents. Camilla's actions also prove this fact, as she constantly makes it a point to identify discomforts that Corrin may not necessarily be experiencing in a bid to offer them her assistance. In this regard, she has been known to threaten death upon people whom she perceives will bring Corrin grief.
   
 
Many of her supports shows that Camilla's nature comes from the horrible experiences from her past and lack of maternal love in her life, admitting to [[Niles]] when he confronts her about such things, explaining her overprotective, smothering attitude towards Corrin is because she knows what it is like to be alone, and doesn't want Corrin to ever feel what she felt growing up. This does not mean her fawning is entirely reserved for Corrin alone; she is known to treat her younger siblings as if they were her children, although at a level that is not intense as the one that she adopts in her treatment of Corrin. Her supports with [[Leo]] is a case in point, where she, despite acknowledging his battle prowess, refers to him as her beloved "baby brother" after his own insecure rant to her. In Revelation chapter 16, like Xander and Leo, Camilla recognized [[Azura]] to be her sister and wanted to spend time with her as she and her half-brothers never forgotten about her despite of her mistreatment by the Nohrian nobility.
 
Many of her supports shows that Camilla's nature comes from the horrible experiences from her past and lack of maternal love in her life, admitting to [[Niles]] when he confronts her about such things, explaining her overprotective, smothering attitude towards Corrin is because she knows what it is like to be alone, and doesn't want Corrin to ever feel what she felt growing up. This does not mean her fawning is entirely reserved for Corrin alone; she is known to treat her younger siblings as if they were her children, although at a level that is not intense as the one that she adopts in her treatment of Corrin. Her supports with [[Leo]] is a case in point, where she, despite acknowledging his battle prowess, refers to him as her beloved "baby brother" after his own insecure rant to her. In Revelation chapter 16, like Xander and Leo, Camilla recognized [[Azura]] to be her sister and wanted to spend time with her as she and her half-brothers never forgotten about her despite of her mistreatment by the Nohrian nobility.
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