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Chon'sin is one of many small countries in Valm. Most of its citizens are Myrmidons and Swordmasters, but the nation is generally peaceful. Many of its aspects parallel feudal Japan in terms of culture and customs. Chon'sin houses an ancient crypt where the bodies of many famous swordsmen lay to rest. According to Say'ri, genealogy is important as every citizen can trace their lineage through the legendary names of their ancestors.
One day, Walhart sought to unite Valm under his rule and set out to conquer Chon'sin. The Conqueror slaughtered thousands and even killed the king and queen of Chon'sin. Their son, Yen'fay assumed command of Chon'sin and decided to ally with Walhart to protect his country from further bloodshed. Disgusted by her brother's alliance with the man who killed their parents, Say'ri fled from Chon'sin and formed a resistance to stop the Valmese army. Walhart took Vert, the green gemstone belonging to the Fire Emblem as a trophy of his conquest of Chon'sin.
Known people from Chon'sinEdit
- Yen'fay - The former king of Chon'sin and brother of Say'ri.
- Say'ri - The princess of Chon'sin and sister of Yen'fay.
- Lon'qu - Born in Chon'sin but fled as a child.
- Ke'ri - Old friend of Lon'qu but killed by brigands.
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