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Before departing for Rigel, Fernand visits Desaix's Fortress, where Clive's lover Mathilda is being held prisoner. Fernand informs Mathilda of his decision to leave the Deliverance, stating he has no desire to fight for Zofia again, despite Mathilda's attempts to convince him to reconsider; however, he does muse that, with Mathilda by his side, he might have remained with the Deliverance. Fernand departs, saying what he expects to be his final farewell to Mathilda, as she is due to be put to death by Desaix.
 
Before departing for Rigel, Fernand visits Desaix's Fortress, where Clive's lover Mathilda is being held prisoner. Fernand informs Mathilda of his decision to leave the Deliverance, stating he has no desire to fight for Zofia again, despite Mathilda's attempts to convince him to reconsider; however, he does muse that, with Mathilda by his side, he might have remained with the Deliverance. Fernand departs, saying what he expects to be his final farewell to Mathilda, as she is due to be put to death by Desaix.
   
Fernand next encounters the Deliverance on the border between Zofia and Rigel, where Berkut intends to defend Rigel to atone for his failure in the Forest Crossroads. Despite their best efforts, Alm once again prevails against them, making Fernand convince Berkut to withdraw. However before the two retreat, Berkut breaks a mirror given to him by Nuibaba as a last resort causing ghostly hands to rise up and attack the Deliverance. While Alm is able to reverse the spell thanks the charm Celica gave to him, Fernand is visibly shocked at the magic and begins to question the true goal of Rigel and the Faithful.
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Fernand next encounters the Deliverance on the border between Zofia and Rigel, where Berkut intends to defend Rigel to atone for his failure in the Forest Crossroads. Despite their best efforts, Alm once again prevails against them, making Fernand convince Berkut to withdraw. However before the two retreat, Berkut breaks a mirror given to him by Nuibaba as a last resort causing ghostly hands to rise up and attack the Deliverance. While Alm is able to reverse the spell thanks the charm Celica gave to him, Fernand is visibly shocked at magic and begins to question the true goal of Rigel and the Faithful.
   
 
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Fernand is highlighted by his strong vengeful thoughts towards the commoners of Zofia. This was a result of an insurrection attack by the commoners on his family's estate that resulted in their deaths.This hatred was so strong that he was willing to abandon the [[Deliverance]] simply because [[Clive]] let [[Alm]] become leader whom he thought was a peasant at the time. He is also quite judgemental and withholding, as shown when he berates Alm and [[Lukas]] simply because of their social status. However, on his death throes, he realizes that these feelings blinded him from the truth and repents for his mistakes.
 
Fernand is highlighted by his strong vengeful thoughts towards the commoners of Zofia. This was a result of an insurrection attack by the commoners on his family's estate that resulted in their deaths.This hatred was so strong that he was willing to abandon the [[Deliverance]] simply because [[Clive]] let [[Alm]] become leader whom he thought was a peasant at the time. He is also quite judgemental and withholding, as shown when he berates Alm and [[Lukas]] simply because of their social status. However, on his death throes, he realizes that these feelings blinded him from the truth and repents for his mistakes.
   
Prior to the tragedy, Fernand was a very blunt man, easily and freely speaking his mind about anything that went against his morals, such as [[Slayde]]'s conduct at Zofia Harbor. Like Clive, he held a strong sense of duty for the Kingdom of Zofia. He was steadfastly loyal to Clive as his equal and was more than willing to aid him at any time for whatever Clive's endeavors may be, a sentiment that Clive reciprocated. Even after the tragedy, Fernand follows a code of honor as he was shocked and disgusted by Nuibaba's magic when used against the Deliverance.
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Prior to the tragedy, Fernand was a very blunt man, easily and freely speaking his mind about anything that went against his morals, such as [[Slayde]]'s conduct at Zofia Harbor. Like Clive, he held a strong sense of duty for the Kingdom of Zofia. He was steadfastly loyal to Clive as his equal and was more than willing to aid him at any time for whatever Clive's endeavors may be, a sentiment that Clive reciprocated.
   
 
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