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'''Plegia''' (ペレジア, '''Perezia''' in the Japanese version) is a country controlled by a theocracy devoted to the Fell Dragon [[Grima (character)|Grima]].
'''Plegia''' (ペレジア, '''Perezia''' in the Japanese version) is a theocracy devoted to the Fell Dragon [[Grima (character)|Grima]].
 
   
 
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Unlike its easterly neighbor, [[Ylisse (Country)|Ylisse]], Plegia worships the Fell Dragon Grima. This lead to a conflict between the two nations for their worship of different dragons which lasted for nearly 1000 years. Plegia is ruled by their king, [[Gangrel]], but his power affects only some of the nation. The other portion is ruled by a religious sect, the [[Grimleal]], a cult that worships the [[Grima (character)|Fell Dragon]]. Every citizen of Plegia is a member of this cult, although for some such as Gangrel, this is merely by name, not by true reverence.
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Unlike its easterly neighbor, [[Ylisse (country)|Ylisse]], Plegia worships the Fell Dragon Grima as the god of annihilation. This leads to a conflict between the two nations for their worship of different dragons which lasted for nearly 1000 years. Plegia is ruled by their king, [[Gangrel]], but his power affects only some of the nation. The other portion is ruled by a religious sect, the [[Grimleal]], a cult that worships the [[Grima (character)|Fell Dragon]]. Despite being a theocracy, only a minority of citizens worship Grima, although everyone, even the rulers such as Gangrel, are forced to pay lip service to the Grimleal.
   
The Plegian army is mostly comprised of [[Barbarian]]s, [[Dark Mage]]s, [[Wyvern Rider]]s, [[Myrmidon]]s and [[Thief|Thieves]].
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Despite its desert landscape, Plegia has a bountiful navy and a large treasury, which Chrom borrowed from after the defeat of Gangrel.
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The Plegian army is mostly comprised of [[Barbarian]]s, [[Dark Mage]]s, [[Wyvern Rider]]s, [[Myrmidon]]s and [[Thief|Thieves]]. The Barbarians and Brigands found in the game's beginning chapters are from the Theocracy, and are recognized as Plegian due to their accent as Frederick mentions.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
Like all countries of the realm, Plegia was founded during a period known as "the Schism", a somewhat vague event in the time between ''[[Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no Nazo ~Hikari to Kage no Eiyū~]]'' and ''Awakening''. After the defeat of the Fell Dragon, Grima, Plegia was tasked with safeguarding a gemstone of the [[Shield of Seals|Fire Emblem]], the black gem [[Darksphere|Sable]]. However, this was ironic as the Fire Emblem was a part of the downfall of the Fell Dragon. A short time after the fall of Grima, the Grimleal was formed. Because of Plegia's worship of Grima, this lead to a long lasting war between them and the Holy Dragon [[Naga (character)|Naga]] worshiping neighbors of Ylisse.
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Like all countries of the realm, Plegia was founded during a period known as "the Schism", a somewhat vague event in the time between ''[[Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem]]'' and ''Awakening''. After the defeat of the Fell Dragon, Grima, Plegia stole a gemstone of the [[Binding Shield|Fire Emblem]], the black gem [[Darksphere|Sable]]. This was because the Fire Emblem was a part of the downfall of the Fell Dragon, and the Grimleal wanted to prevent it from being reassembled. A short time after the fall of Grima, the Grimleal was formed, and took control of Plegia. Because of the Grimleal working for Grima's resurrection, their [[Naga (character)|Naga]] worshiping neighbors of Ylisse began a war with the Grimleal in Plegia.
   
Fifteen years prior to the events of ''Awakening'', [[Ylisse (Country)|Ylisse]] launched a crusade into Plegia due to their worship the Fell Dragon. The war was particularly more brutal than any other war between the two nations before. Both realms were nearly destroyed as a result, but the war was abruptly ended when the previous Exalt suddenly died. With the daughter of the Exalt, [[Emmeryn]], in power, all Ylisseans were withdrawn from Plegia. Though Ylisse eventually recovered and moved on from this war, Plegia held a deep grudge against the Halidom, lead by their King [[Gangrel]]. Seeking vengeance on Ylisse, Plegia began to attack the borders between the two nations, hoping to spark a war between the two, thus leading to the events at the start of ''Awakening''.
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Though the effect of the war on Plegia isn't fully known, it is said war was particularly more brutal, the realm of Ylisse was nearly destroyed as a result, but the war was abruptly ended when the previous Exalt of Ylisse suddenly died. With the daughter of the Exalt, [[Emmeryn]], in power, all Ylisseans were withdrawn from Plegia, thus ending the war with the Grimleal. Ylisse eventually recovered and moved on from the war, while the Grimleal seemed to have been undamaged.
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Later Plegia, led by Gangrel, desired to take over the continent as part of his plan to fight against [[Walhart]]'s [[Valm]] empire. Turning the country into a religious state and improving both the military and economy, Gangrel eventually authorized raids on the Ylisse and Ferox to instigate a war between the three nations. This led to Chrom's [[Shepherds]] fighting back.
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Though initially on the verge of victory during the war against Ylisse, Emmeryn's death has caused massive rebellion and desertion across the Plegian army, with only those close to the king remaining.
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After Gangrel is taken out of power after his defeat at the [[Border Wastes]], the country is thrown into chaos until [[Validar]] replaces him as the new ruler, further extending the Grimleal's influence on the land. Due to Walhart's conquest hindering their plans, the Plegians offers not only a vast amount of ships to Ylisse, but fully funds the campaign as well, in hopes of using them to prevent his success, with Excellus being used as a back-up plan to destroy the empire within. Validar attempts to resurrect Grima at the Dragon's Table, but fails and is killed in battle. However the Grima of the Future manages to resurrect the Grima of the present by sacrificing many citizens to Grima. However both Grimas are killed by the Shepherds along with the remaining Grimleal.
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It is unknown who becomes the new ruler after Grima's banishment/death, and the destruction of the Grimleal. However, if Gangrel S-Supports female Robin, their conversation suggests that he becomes their leader again, with Robin keeping him in check.
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==Notable Locations==
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*[[Plegia Castle]]
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**[[Plegia Castle Courtyard]]
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*[[Border Pass]]
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*[[The Midmire]]
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*[[Border Sands]]
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*[[Border Wastes]]
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*[[Carrion Isle]]
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*[[The Dragon's Table (location)|Dragon's Table]]
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*[[Sea-King's Throne]]
   
 
==Known People from Plegia==
 
==Known People from Plegia==
*[[Gangrel]] - The Mad King of Plegia prior to [[Mad King Gangrel|Chapter 11]].
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*[[Gangrel]] - The Mad King of Plegia prior to [[Mad King Gangrel|Chapter 11]].
*The [[Avatar (Awakening)|Avatar]] - the amnesiac [[Tactician]] found on the wayside and the new Tactician for the [[Shepherds]] (Potential Queen of [http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Ylisse_(Country) Ylisse] if the Avatar is female).
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*[[Robin]] - the amnesiac [[Tactician]] found on the wayside and the new Tactician for the Shepherds.
*[[Aversa]] - A seductive [[Dark Flier]] brainwashed by Vaildar, whose cold and manipulative traits have lead many men to ruin.
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*[[Aversa]] - A wily [[Dark Flier]] who excels at using her charms to disarm and then destroy her foes.
 
*[[Validar]] - The leader of the mysterious [[Grimleal]] cult and King after Chapter 11.
 
*[[Validar]] - The leader of the mysterious [[Grimleal]] cult and King after Chapter 11.
*[[Tharja]] - A moody [[Dark Mage]] who develops a strong attraction to the Avatar upon recruitment.
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*[[Chalard]] - A Grimleal priest that gathers sacrifices for Grima.
*[[Henry]] - A [[Dark Mage]] whose enthusiastic and happy nature is offset by his strong bloodlust.
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*[[Algol]] - A thuggish Grimleal priest.
*[[Mustafa]] - A Plegian Army Captain.
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*[[Tharja]] - A moody [[Dark Mage]] with a dark side and a possessive streak, especially with Robin.
*[[Vasto]] - A Plegian Army Captain.
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*[[Henry]] - A [[Dark Mage]] with a bright grin and a taste for the gruesome in battle.
*[[Chalard]] - A Plegian Army Captain.
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*[[Mustafa]] - A noble Plegian general moved by [[Emmeryn]]'s sacrifice.
*[[Campari]] - A Plegian Army Captain.
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*[[Vasto]] - An ambitious Plegian general who ambushes Chrom and Emmeryn.
*[[Algol]] - A Plegian Army Captain.
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*[[Campari]] - A Plegian [[General]] who guards the Castle Courtyard.
*[[Orton]] - A Plegian Army Captain.
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*[[Orton]] - A Plegian [[Wyvern Rider]] sent after Chrom.
*[[Garrick]] - A Plegian Army Captain.
 
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
*Plegia controls the territory held by these former countries: [[Doluna]], [[Medon]], [[Altea]], [[Gra]], and [[Grust]].
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*Plegia controls the territory held by these former countries: [[Dolhr]], [[Macedon]], [[Altea]], [[Gra]], and [[Grust]].
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*Parts of Grima's skeleton can be found across several locations in Plegia, such as his skull(Chapter 21), and ribs(Chapter 10).
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Revision as of 04:26, March 4, 2019

“Plegia is Ylisse's westerly neighbor. They send small bands into our territory, hoping to instigate a war.”
Chrom explaining about Plegia to Robin.
Perezia

The Theocracy of Plegia

Plegia (ペレジア, Perezia in the Japanese version) is a country controlled by a theocracy devoted to the Fell Dragon Grima.

Profile

Unlike its easterly neighbor, Ylisse, Plegia worships the Fell Dragon Grima as the god of annihilation. This leads to a conflict between the two nations for their worship of different dragons which lasted for nearly 1000 years. Plegia is ruled by their king, Gangrel, but his power affects only some of the nation. The other portion is ruled by a religious sect, the Grimleal, a cult that worships the Fell Dragon. Despite being a theocracy, only a minority of citizens worship Grima, although everyone, even the rulers such as Gangrel, are forced to pay lip service to the Grimleal.

Despite its desert landscape, Plegia has a bountiful navy and a large treasury, which Chrom borrowed from after the defeat of Gangrel.

The Plegian army is mostly comprised of Barbarians, Dark Mages, Wyvern Riders, Myrmidons and Thieves. The Barbarians and Brigands found in the game's beginning chapters are from the Theocracy, and are recognized as Plegian due to their accent as Frederick mentions.

History

Like all countries of the realm, Plegia was founded during a period known as "the Schism", a somewhat vague event in the time between Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem and Awakening. After the defeat of the Fell Dragon, Grima, Plegia stole a gemstone of the Fire Emblem, the black gem Sable. This was because the Fire Emblem was a part of the downfall of the Fell Dragon, and the Grimleal wanted to prevent it from being reassembled. A short time after the fall of Grima, the Grimleal was formed, and took control of Plegia. Because of the Grimleal working for Grima's resurrection, their Naga worshiping neighbors of Ylisse began a war with the Grimleal in Plegia.

Though the effect of the war on Plegia isn't fully known, it is said war was particularly more brutal, the realm of Ylisse was nearly destroyed as a result, but the war was abruptly ended when the previous Exalt of Ylisse suddenly died. With the daughter of the Exalt, Emmeryn, in power, all Ylisseans were withdrawn from Plegia, thus ending the war with the Grimleal. Ylisse eventually recovered and moved on from the war, while the Grimleal seemed to have been undamaged.

Later Plegia, led by Gangrel, desired to take over the continent as part of his plan to fight against Walhart's Valm empire. Turning the country into a religious state and improving both the military and economy, Gangrel eventually authorized raids on the Ylisse and Ferox to instigate a war between the three nations. This led to Chrom's Shepherds fighting back.

Though initially on the verge of victory during the war against Ylisse, Emmeryn's death has caused massive rebellion and desertion across the Plegian army, with only those close to the king remaining.

After Gangrel is taken out of power after his defeat at the Border Wastes, the country is thrown into chaos until Validar replaces him as the new ruler, further extending the Grimleal's influence on the land. Due to Walhart's conquest hindering their plans, the Plegians offers not only a vast amount of ships to Ylisse, but fully funds the campaign as well, in hopes of using them to prevent his success, with Excellus being used as a back-up plan to destroy the empire within. Validar attempts to resurrect Grima at the Dragon's Table, but fails and is killed in battle. However the Grima of the Future manages to resurrect the Grima of the present by sacrificing many citizens to Grima. However both Grimas are killed by the Shepherds along with the remaining Grimleal.

It is unknown who becomes the new ruler after Grima's banishment/death, and the destruction of the Grimleal. However, if Gangrel S-Supports female Robin, their conversation suggests that he becomes their leader again, with Robin keeping him in check.

Notable Locations

Known People from Plegia

  • Gangrel - The Mad King of Plegia prior to Chapter 11.
  • Robin - the amnesiac Tactician found on the wayside and the new Tactician for the Shepherds.
  • Aversa - A wily Dark Flier who excels at using her charms to disarm and then destroy her foes.
  • Validar - The leader of the mysterious Grimleal cult and King after Chapter 11.
  • Chalard - A Grimleal priest that gathers sacrifices for Grima.
  • Algol - A thuggish Grimleal priest.
  • Tharja - A moody Dark Mage with a dark side and a possessive streak, especially with Robin.
  • Henry - A Dark Mage with a bright grin and a taste for the gruesome in battle.
  • Mustafa - A noble Plegian general moved by Emmeryn's sacrifice.
  • Vasto - An ambitious Plegian general who ambushes Chrom and Emmeryn.
  • Campari - A Plegian General who guards the Castle Courtyard.
  • Orton - A Plegian Wyvern Rider sent after Chrom.

Notes

  • Plegia controls the territory held by these former countries: Dolhr, Macedon, Altea, Gra, and Grust.
  • Parts of Grima's skeleton can be found across several locations in Plegia, such as his skull(Chapter 21), and ribs(Chapter 10).


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