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In the [[Jugdral Series]], the '''Fire Emblem''' is the crest of the house of [[Velthomer]], a dukedom of [[Grandbell]] founded by the [[Twelve Crusaders|Crusader]] [[Fala]].
 
In the [[Jugdral Series]], the '''Fire Emblem''' is the crest of the house of [[Velthomer]], a dukedom of [[Grandbell]] founded by the [[Twelve Crusaders|Crusader]] [[Fala]].
   
While it is not physically shown, it is briefly mentioned in the Epilogue of ''[[Seisen no Keifu]]'' by the successor of the Velthomer family as being the family's crest, although in that instance it is called the Honoo no Monshō (Mystery of Flame), instead of the usual Faiā Emuburemu (Fire Emblem). It is described as a "mark of justice" and, after the crimes committed by the Velthomer, the successor wishes it can be called that name again in the future.
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While it is not physically shown, it is briefly mentioned in the Epilogue of ''[[Seisen no Keifu]]'' by the successor of the Velthomer family as being the family's crest, although in that instance it is called the Honoo no Monshō (Emblem of Flame), instead of the usual Faiā Emuburemu (Fire Emblem). It is described as a "mark of justice" and, after the crimes committed by the Velthomer, the successor wishes it can be called that name again in the future.
   
 
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Revision as of 04:24, January 28, 2013

In the Jugdral Series, the Fire Emblem is the crest of the house of Velthomer, a dukedom of Grandbell founded by the Crusader Fala.

While it is not physically shown, it is briefly mentioned in the Epilogue of Seisen no Keifu by the successor of the Velthomer family as being the family's crest, although in that instance it is called the Honoo no Monshō (Emblem of Flame), instead of the usual Faiā Emuburemu (Fire Emblem). It is described as a "mark of justice" and, after the crimes committed by the Velthomer, the successor wishes it can be called that name again in the future.

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