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Yuliya is portrayed as a confident, headstrong character, contrasting starkly with the fragile, timid figure that her twin brother cuts. This has led to Yuliya leading this sibling pair, making decisions on their behalf. Yuliya has proven to be rather rash and impractical in this regard, as evidenced by her obstinately deciding to remain with Lorenz against his wish for her to flee, a fact that almost costs her both her and Jubelo's lives. This is not entirely a flaw in itself, as she promptly reveals a deep sense of gratitude that is borne out of loyalty, for Lorenz had sustained a fatal injury in order to protect her and Jubelo.
 
Yuliya is portrayed as a confident, headstrong character, contrasting starkly with the fragile, timid figure that her twin brother cuts. This has led to Yuliya leading this sibling pair, making decisions on their behalf. Yuliya has proven to be rather rash and impractical in this regard, as evidenced by her obstinately deciding to remain with Lorenz against his wish for her to flee, a fact that almost costs her both her and Jubelo's lives. This is not entirely a flaw in itself, as she promptly reveals a deep sense of gratitude that is borne out of loyalty, for Lorenz had sustained a fatal injury in order to protect her and Jubelo.
   
Yuliya is also revealed to be rather short-tempered, as can be observed from both her exchange with Jubelo in [[Joy and Sorrow|Chapter 4]] and the base conversations that she shares with him, where she expresses impatient displeasure towards his lack of confidence and indecisiveness.
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Yuliya is also revealed to be rather short-tempered, as can be observed from both her exchange with Jubelo in [[Joy and Sorrow|Chapter 4]] and the base conversations that she shares with him, where she expresses impatient displeasure towards his lack of confidence and indecisiveness. She also has a bit of a haughty side, as she finds it hard to speak to [[Avatar (New Mystery of the Emblem)|the Avatar]] because she feels it unbecoming of nobility to speak to peasants, and orders them around.
   
In spite of this, however, it is quite evident that Yuliya keeps up this tough exterior in order to conceal the vulnerability that resides within her and compensate for Jubelo's inability to stand up for himself. Her vulnerability has emerged on several occasions; once in Chapter 4, when she breaks down in the midst of scolding Jubelo, and another in her final base conversation with her brother, when she, moved by Jubelo's concern for her, reveals a deep-seated worry that she maintains for his sake.
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In spite of this, however, it is quite evident that Yuliya keeps up this tough exterior in order to conceal the vulnerability that resides within her and compensate for Jubelo's inability to stand up for himself. Her vulnerability has emerged on several occasions; once in Chapter 4, when she breaks down in the midst of scolding Jubelo, and another in her final base conversation with her brother, when she, moved by Jubelo's concern for her, reveals a deep-seated worry that she maintains for his sake. Even with the Avatar, Yuliya reveals that she derived inner strength from their wanting to save her and Jubelo, allowing her to not lose hope when she was captured.
   
 
==In-Game==
 
==In-Game==

Revision as of 20:59, February 9, 2018

“Honestly, you're still making excuses? Right now it's just the two of us. If you don't become strong, I...I don't know what to do...”
—Yuliya to Jubelo in Mystery of the Emblem.

Yuliya (ユミナ, Yumina in the Japanese version) is a playable character in Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem and Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem. She is the princess of Grust, and the daughter of the late King Ludwik.

Profile

Yuliya is the older twin of Jubelo and around 13–14 years of age. Prior to the events of Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light and its remakes, when Dolhr began invading the continent, King Ludwik, fearing for his own safety, sent Yuliya and her brother away to Khadein to serve as hostages. Gharnef locked them away in a dark room, threatening to kill them if Grust betrayed Dolhr. The siblings were later rescued by Wendell, at which point they were on the brink of death, and were taken to a monastery in Macedon to recover.

During the events of Book 2 of Mystery of the Emblem and its remake, the twins are eventually taken into Lorenz's care, as he has dreams of restoring Grust's glory with Jubelo. After Grust is occupied by Archanea in Chapter 1, Lorenz attempts to protect the siblings from coming under harm by urging Ogma to lead them away to the safety of Wendell's abode in Macedon. However, this plan is foiled due to Yuliya's adamant refusal to leave his side out of concern over a grievous wound that he had sustained prior to the battle on the siblings' behalf, to which Lorenz reluctantly relents. Once Marth reaches Lorenz, Lorenz succumbs to his wound, his last request being for Marth to protect the children.

Despite Marth's protests, General Lang takes Yuliya and Jubelo away to have them executed. Before that can happen, Ogma rescues the children and leads them to Marth's army in Chapter 4, where he guides them from Wendell's home village in Holm Beach to the southeastern reaches of the region . The children then proceed to aid Marth in bringing the War of Heroes to an end.

In Mystery of the Emblem, Yuliya is the only character capable of using the Rescue Staff, and along with Elice, is able to wield the Aum Staff. However, In New Mystery of the Emblem, the Rescue Staff is no longer unique to her, and she shares the ability to use the Aum staff with other princesses: Elice, Nyna, Maria, Caeda, Minerva, and Sheena.

After the war, Yuliya studies at the Millennium Palace magic academy, on her way to becoming a fully-fledged Sister.

Personality

Yuliya is portrayed as a confident, headstrong character, contrasting starkly with the fragile, timid figure that her twin brother cuts. This has led to Yuliya leading this sibling pair, making decisions on their behalf. Yuliya has proven to be rather rash and impractical in this regard, as evidenced by her obstinately deciding to remain with Lorenz against his wish for her to flee, a fact that almost costs her both her and Jubelo's lives. This is not entirely a flaw in itself, as she promptly reveals a deep sense of gratitude that is borne out of loyalty, for Lorenz had sustained a fatal injury in order to protect her and Jubelo.

Yuliya is also revealed to be rather short-tempered, as can be observed from both her exchange with Jubelo in Chapter 4 and the base conversations that she shares with him, where she expresses impatient displeasure towards his lack of confidence and indecisiveness. She also has a bit of a haughty side, as she finds it hard to speak to the Avatar because she feels it unbecoming of nobility to speak to peasants, and orders them around.

In spite of this, however, it is quite evident that Yuliya keeps up this tough exterior in order to conceal the vulnerability that resides within her and compensate for Jubelo's inability to stand up for himself. Her vulnerability has emerged on several occasions; once in Chapter 4, when she breaks down in the midst of scolding Jubelo, and another in her final base conversation with her brother, when she, moved by Jubelo's concern for her, reveals a deep-seated worry that she maintains for his sake. Even with the Avatar, Yuliya reveals that she derived inner strength from their wanting to save her and Jubelo, allowing her to not lose hope when she was captured.

In-Game

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem

Recruitment

Name Class Chapter Affiliation Recruit
Yuliya Cleric 4 Grust Automatically from the start

Base Stats

Starting Class
FE3 Cleric Map Sprite Cleric
LevelHPStrSklSpdLckDefResWlvMov
21621792565
WeaponStarting Items
StaffRescue (FE3) Rescue

Growth Rates

HP Str Skl Spd Lck Wlv Def Res
30% 20% 30% 40% 40% 60% 10% 3%

Support Relationships

Supports
Character Bonus
Jubelo 10%
Supports
Character Bonus
Jubelo 10%

Overall

Yuliya in the original version of Book 2 can be a valuable asset simply for the staff that is exclusive to her, the Rescue staff, which in combination with usage of the Warp staff can make her good for unique strategies at certain points in the game. Stat-wise she and Marisha have very similar stats and growths to the point of almost being negligible, especially since the Starsphere Shards can equally iron out the flaws in their growths, however when compared Marisha has slightly higher growths while Yuliya has slightly higher bases. Both can be of situational usage even without dedicated deployment for their staffs alone. Compared to the mages Yuliya is not as potent in base stats, but can still grow to rival them if she grows well through the Starsphere shards, her earlier availability to most of them also makes her easier to level. All-in-all she can be a valuable addition to the party.

Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem

Recruitment

Name Class Chapter Affiliation Recruit
Yuliya Cleric 4 Grust Automatically from the start

Base Stats

Starting Class
FEDS Cleric Map SpriteCleric
LevelHPStrMagSklSpdLckDefResMov
21602179255
WeaponStarting Items
FE12 StaffStaff - CFE11healHeal
Rescue (FE12)Rescue

Growth Rates

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res
40% 0% 30% 45% 60% 50% 20% 40%

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res
40% 0% 40% 50% 60% 50% 15% 30%

Support Conversations

Number Importance Name Chapters Needed Reward
127 * Yuliya and The Avatar 1 3 -
128 * Yuliya and The Avatar 2 6 -
129 * Yuliya and The Avatar 3 10 Resistance Bond
319 * Yuliya and Jubelo 1 3 -
320 * Yuliya and Jubelo 2 6 -
321 * Yuliya and Jubelo 3 10 Resistance Bond
  • To obtain the conversations, characters must participate in chapters together
  • The requirements for unlocking support conversations are separate from the support bonus system

Support Bonus

Supports
Character Conversations Total points for
C B A
Jubelo 1, 2, 3 3 6 10
Sirius None 5 11 18

Supported by

Character Conversations Total points for
C B A
The Avatar 1, 2, 3 5 11 18
Jubelo 1, 2, 3 5 11 18
Ogma None 5 11 18
  • To increase support levels, characters must participate in chapters together
  • One support point is gained for each chapter they both participate in
  • A hyphen (-) indicates the support level cannot be reached
  • Characters must be within a three tile radius of each other to receive support bonuses

Bonuses per level:

Overall

Yuliya can grow to become a useful unit. She has good skill and speed, supplemented with her high luck growth. While her HP growth may be a little low, this is offset by her decent defenses. Also of note is Yuliya's low magic growth, but as most enemies in the games have low resistance, this is not too significant of an issue. When compared to Wrys, Yuliya is evidently the superior in every stat except for magic and resistance; Wrys' resistance is much higher, although their magic is similar.

Epilogue

Monshō no Nazo

Grustian Princess Yuliya

"She studied at Pales' magic academy, and is on the road to becoming a fully fledged Sister."

New Mystery of the Emblem

Bold Princess

"Yuliya studied abroad at the palace's magic academy, aiming to be a full-fledged cleric."

Death Quote

“Ahh... Jubelo...”
—Yuliya's death quote in Mystery of the Emblem

Etymology

Yuliya is a female given name that is a Slavic variant of the Latin name Julia.

Trivia

  • Takayashiki Hideo's novel adaptation of Mystery of the Emblem lists Yuliya and Jubelo's age as 12 years old. Though not too far off the mark, this is incorrect, as a villager in Chapter 1 of Mystery of the Emblem Book 2 mentions that she and Jubelo are 13–14 years old.

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