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'''Demon's Ingle''' ('''Doma's Remains''' in the Japanese version) is a volcano on the continent of [[Valm]]. It is said to lie atop of the remains of the Dark God [[Duma]]. [[Yen'fay]] is fought inside the volcano.
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{{Needimage}}'''Demon's Ingle''' ('''Doma's Remains''' in the Japanese version) is a volcano on the continent of [[Valm]].
   
==Trivia==
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*In the English version, Say'ri mentions that the Demon's Ingle has an ancient and terrifyingly powerful demon sealed away in it, and that the constant eruptions are a manifestation of it's anger. This is likely a mistranslation or a deliberate change for localization, as it is actually the supposed resting place of Duma.
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Deep in the southern region of Valm lies an active volcano. The common man normally does not approach Demon's Ingle under normal circumstances due to the hazardous terrain nearby. According to [[Say'ri]], it is believed that a wicked fire god is sealed away in the depths of the Volcano and the violent eruptions are a manifestation of its anger.
*It was originally unknown as to why the Demon's Ingle is in the middle of Valm, as ''Gaiden''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s final battle took place under the [[Duma Tower]] which was in the north eastern section of [[Rigel]]. The Demon's Ingle is instead very close to where [[Zofia Castle]] once was.
 
**''[[Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia|Echoes: Shadows of Valentia]]'' explains that Duma's body was moved to what became the Demon's Ingle following his defeat at the hands of [[Alm]].
 
   
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After being ambushed by Walhart's army and the Dynasts of [[Chon'sin]] at [[Fort Steiger]], [[Chrom]] and his forces flee south in hopes of splitting up the Valmese forces by attacking the smaller Chon'sin army to the south. Spotting a fire on top of a mountain, Say'ri informs him that Demon's Ingle is actually a volcano, leading Chrom and [[Robin]] to use the volcano as the means to funnel Yen'fay's army and take him down.
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Fueled by his pride, Yen'fay entered the Demon's Ingle after Chrom's army and a battle ensued. After a fierce battle, Chrom and Say'ri take down Yen'fay. In his death, Say'ri learns the truth from [[Excellus]] for the reason of his allegiance to Walhart despite the fact the Conqueror slaughtered their parents and people.
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== Armory ==
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Physic 1800
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Recover 1950
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Ward 2100
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Dragonstone 2300
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Beaststone 2000
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==Trivia==
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*Bizarrely, despite the name of the volcano in the Japanese version, [[Duma]] is said to have been buried where the Mila Tree is in ''[[Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia]]''.
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**However, it is worth noting that ''Awakening'' was released first, and the location of Duma's resting place was likely changed during the development of ''Echoes.''
 
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Demon's Ingle (Doma's Remains in the Japanese version) is a volcano on the continent of Valm.

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Deep in the southern region of Valm lies an active volcano. The common man normally does not approach Demon's Ingle under normal circumstances due to the hazardous terrain nearby. According to Say'ri, it is believed that a wicked fire god is sealed away in the depths of the Volcano and the violent eruptions are a manifestation of its anger.

After being ambushed by Walhart's army and the Dynasts of Chon'sin at Fort Steiger, Chrom and his forces flee south in hopes of splitting up the Valmese forces by attacking the smaller Chon'sin army to the south. Spotting a fire on top of a mountain, Say'ri informs him that Demon's Ingle is actually a volcano, leading Chrom and Robin to use the volcano as the means to funnel Yen'fay's army and take him down.

Fueled by his pride, Yen'fay entered the Demon's Ingle after Chrom's army and a battle ensued. After a fierce battle, Chrom and Say'ri take down Yen'fay. In his death, Say'ri learns the truth from Excellus for the reason of his allegiance to Walhart despite the fact the Conqueror slaughtered their parents and people.

Armory Edit

Physic 1800

Recover 1950

Ward 2100

Dragonstone 2300

Beaststone 2000

TriviaEdit

  • Bizarrely, despite the name of the volcano in the Japanese version, Duma is said to have been buried where the Mila Tree is in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.
    • However, it is worth noting that Awakening was released first, and the location of Duma's resting place was likely changed during the development of Echoes.

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