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Camilla appears again in [[Camilla (Chapter)|Chapter 23]], where she locates Elise with Corrin's army in the [[Underground Passage]] leading directly into Castle Krakenburg after being alerted by her two retainers, [[Arthur (Fates)|Arthur]] and [[Effie]]. Immediately assuming that Elise has been abducted and that Corrin is still being confused by the lies of the Hoshidans, Camilla launches an attack while refusing Corrin's pleas for her to listen to reason. The ensuing battle results in her defeat once again, whereupon she, in a state of weakness and despair, laments that Corrin is never returning to Nohr and that Elise is lost to her. Under the joint persuasion of both Elise and Corrin, Camilla learns of their intent to parley with Xander and Garon to put an end to the conflict between Hoshido and Nohr and finally listens to Corrin's words about bringing peace before she collapses shortly after due to exhaustion from her wounds and is later taken back to her quarters by her retainers.
 
Camilla appears again in [[Camilla (Chapter)|Chapter 23]], where she locates Elise with Corrin's army in the [[Underground Passage]] leading directly into Castle Krakenburg after being alerted by her two retainers, [[Arthur (Fates)|Arthur]] and [[Effie]]. Immediately assuming that Elise has been abducted and that Corrin is still being confused by the lies of the Hoshidans, Camilla launches an attack while refusing Corrin's pleas for her to listen to reason. The ensuing battle results in her defeat once again, whereupon she, in a state of weakness and despair, laments that Corrin is never returning to Nohr and that Elise is lost to her. Under the joint persuasion of both Elise and Corrin, Camilla learns of their intent to parley with Xander and Garon to put an end to the conflict between Hoshido and Nohr and finally listens to Corrin's words about bringing peace before she collapses shortly after due to exhaustion from her wounds and is later taken back to her quarters by her retainers.
   
Camilla does not appear again until the sequence following Garon's defeat in the [[Dawn Breaks|Endgame]], where she and Leo attend Ryoma's coronation as the king of Hoshido on his invitation. During a brief conversation she shares with Corrin after the ceremony, Camilla reveals her decision to give up the Nohrian throne in favor of Leo, believing that he will make a better ruler than her. While she has forgiven Corrin, the deaths of Xander and Elise weigh heavily on her, with Corrin sharing their grief with her.
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Camilla does not appear again until the sequence following Garon's defeat in the [[Dawn Breaks|Endgame]], where she and Leo attend Ryoma's coronation as the king of Hoshido on his invitation. During a brief conversation she shares with Corrin after the ceremony, Camilla reveals her decision to give up the Nohrian throne in favor of Leo, believing that he will make a better ruler than her. While she has forgiven Corrin, the deaths of Xander and Elise weigh heavily on her, with Corrin sharing their grieve with her.
 
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Midway through Corrin's struggle with a sudden Hoshidan invasion led by [[Takumi]] in [[Unhappy Reunion|Chapter 10]], Camilla arrives in the Port Town of Dia with her two retainers to reinforce their forces. When questioned on whether she has completed the mission assigned to her, she coyly admits that she has managed to convince Xander and Leo to assume her responsibilities in order to allow her to aid Corrin.
 
Midway through Corrin's struggle with a sudden Hoshidan invasion led by [[Takumi]] in [[Unhappy Reunion|Chapter 10]], Camilla arrives in the Port Town of Dia with her two retainers to reinforce their forces. When questioned on whether she has completed the mission assigned to her, she coyly admits that she has managed to convince Xander and Leo to assume her responsibilities in order to allow her to aid Corrin.
   
Later in [[Rainbow Sage (Conquest)|Chapter 11]], Camilla provides encouragement to Corrin as they ascend the mountain slopes of [[Notre Sagesse]] in order to gain access to the [[Sevenfold Sanctuary]] and seek the advice of the [[Rainbow Sage]]. When Corrin's army is ambushed by the Hoshidan army in the Sevenfold Sanctuary, Camilla unhesitatingly helps force the enemy to retreat. When directed to face against [[Hinoka]] in battle, Camilla, in response to Hinoka heatedly insisting that Corrin belongs to the Hoshidan royal family, gloatingly reminds her that they had chosen to remain by her side instead of Hinoka's. Following the conclusion of the battle with Corrin's army's victory, Camilla reveals that Corrin had urged their army not to kill any of the Hoshidans in battle when she comments on them being too kind for their own good, although she admits that she enjoyed the handicap.
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Later in [[Rainbow Sage (Conquest)|Chapter 11]], Camilla provides encouragement to Corrin as they ascend the mountain slopes of [[Notre Sagesse]] in order to gain access to the [[Sevenfold Sanctuary]] and seek the advice of the [[Rainbow Sage]]. When Corrin's army is ambushed by the Hoshidan army in the Sevenfold Sanctuary, Camilla unhesitatingly helps force the enemy to retreat. When directed to face against [[Hinoka]] in battle, Camilla, in response to Hinoka heatedly insisting that Corrin belongs to the Hoshidan royal family, gloatingly reminds her that they had chosen to remain by her side instead of Hinoka's. Following the conclusion of the battle with Corrin's army's victory, Camilla reveals that Corrin had urged their army not to kill any of the Hoshidans in battle when she comments on them being too kind for their own good.
   
 
Camilla is later seen walking towards [[Cheve]] with Corrin and Elise in [[Uprising|Chapter 13]], where the three are ambushed by Takumi while they are in the midst of discussing their next course of action. Alarmed at the sudden attack launched by Takumi, she urges Corrin to remain behind and allow her to protect them. A battle ensues shortly after between Corrin's army and the rebels led by Takumi and [[Scarlet]], with the former eventually emerging victorious. Following the battle's conclusion, Camilla, maintaining a demeanor of calm, reveals that the injured Hoshidan soldiers have been murdered by [[Hans]], with Scarlet being killed in a particularly brutal manner. In response to Corrin's distress, Camilla urges them to never question Garon's authority and to simply do his bidding unquestioningly to preserve their life.
 
Camilla is later seen walking towards [[Cheve]] with Corrin and Elise in [[Uprising|Chapter 13]], where the three are ambushed by Takumi while they are in the midst of discussing their next course of action. Alarmed at the sudden attack launched by Takumi, she urges Corrin to remain behind and allow her to protect them. A battle ensues shortly after between Corrin's army and the rebels led by Takumi and [[Scarlet]], with the former eventually emerging victorious. Following the battle's conclusion, Camilla, maintaining a demeanor of calm, reveals that the injured Hoshidan soldiers have been murdered by [[Hans]], with Scarlet being killed in a particularly brutal manner. In response to Corrin's distress, Camilla urges them to never question Garon's authority and to simply do his bidding unquestioningly to preserve their life.
   
Camilla later guides Corrin's army to [[Cyrkensia]] in the Kingdom of [[Nestra]] in [[Voice of Paradise|Chapter 14]], where they are to meet with Garon. When a battle later ensues between an invading Hoshidan force in the [[Opera House]], Camilla aids Corrin in driving off the assassins.
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Camilla later guides Corrin's army to [[Cyrkensia]] in the Kingdom of [[Nestra]] in [[Voice of Paradise|Chapter 14]], where they are to meet with Garon. When a battle later ensues between an invading Hoshidan force in the [[Opera House]], Camilla will aid Corrin in driving off the invaders.
   
 
When Xander finally joins Corrin's army in [[Invasion|Chapter 16]], Camilla expresses joy at the fact that her family is whole again. Later, shortly after Corrin's army boards a ship en route to Hoshido, a battle breaks out when it is ambushed by a band of thieves led by [[Shura]]. Following the end of the battle, Camilla attempts to convince them to kill Shura. If Corrin chooses to do so, she will be relieved with his choice, but if they do not, she prays that their kindness never becomes their undoing.
 
When Xander finally joins Corrin's army in [[Invasion|Chapter 16]], Camilla expresses joy at the fact that her family is whole again. Later, shortly after Corrin's army boards a ship en route to Hoshido, a battle breaks out when it is ambushed by a band of thieves led by [[Shura]]. Following the end of the battle, Camilla attempts to convince them to kill Shura. If Corrin chooses to do so, she will be relieved with his choice, but if they do not, she prays that their kindness never becomes their undoing.
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