Dolhr (ドルーア translated as Durhua in the Japanese versions, Doluna in the Europe version, and Dolua in Super Smash Bros. Melee) was an Empire founded by Medeus and the Manaketes who were outraged of the abuse and ill treatment they suffered at the hands of humanity, eventually conquering the world and ironically treating the humans even worse than they had been previously treated by them. Eventually a rebellion led by Duke Cartas started, which lead to the hero Anri rising up and killing Medeus. Despite the empire's fall, Manaketes would continue living in Dolhr, most of which joined Gharnef when he attempted to revive the empire, as well as its ruler.
Despite their general dislike of humans, Dolhr appeared to make exceptions for humans who accepted dragons as their superiors and were willing to use human followers as foot soldiers. Most of their human followers are composed of Barbarians/Berserkers, Bishops, and Dark Mages/Sorcerers. Many of their human followers seem to come from the Barbarian tribes near the border between Macedon and Dolhr, in addition to self-serving humans wanting to be on the winning side.
- Medeus - Founder and main villain in the game. Also known as the "Shadow Dragon". He was first killed by Anri, and then is defeated twice by Marth in his time.
- Khozen - A Manakete who guards Archanea's palace. Is faithful to Medeus.
- Xemcel - A Manakete who guards Dolhr and has a large grudge against humans.
- Morzas - A Mage Dragon Manakete leading the occuputation Altea's palace. He has killed many people including Queen Liza.
- Gouber - General leading the assault against Pales, Archanea's palace during the events of BSFE chapter 1
- Volzhin - Bishop leading the forces occupying Archanea Palace and a good example of a human holding authority in Dolhr.
- Heimler - Presumed as he works under Volzhin and every enemy in that chapter is part of Dolhr.
- In Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon, the enemies in Chapter 12 are labeled as Grust while in the NES and SNES versions they are labeled Dolhr. This is probably an error as Camus still calls Volzhin a general of Dolhr and Volzhin refers to the might of Dolhr when fought.
- In Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE, the game's final dungeon is Illusory Dolhr, an Idolasphere based on the fallen empire.
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