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“Because our very thoughts of abandoning mankind, who wasted the land because of their ugly greed... Were ugly themselves, as you've showed us.”
—Mila's quote in the end of manga adaptation

Mila (also translated as Mira), along with her elder brother Duma, is one of two sibling gods who resides at the continent of Valentia.

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Mila is the patron deity of Zofia known as the Earth Mother, and her blessing helps crops grow on the earth. Early in Valentia's history, Mila and Duma came into violent dispute over their beliefs, as Mila believed that humanity should be lead towards peace and pleasure, while Duma believed that they should strive for power alone. Eventually, a pact was made that divided the continent between then, with Duma ruling over the north and Mila the south. As time went on, Mila's continued influence lead to the people of Zofia to become lazy, hedonistic, and dependent on her, while Duma's policies similarily corrupted the North.

At the beginning of the game, Mila has mysteriously vanished, which prompts Celica to leave in search of her. It is later discovered that Mila was sealed within the Falchion by Rudlf, as part of a ploy to release humanity from the corrupting influence of their gods. After Duma is defeated by Alm with the Falchion, Duma and Mila realize the error of their direct meddling with humanity, and both choose to go into a deep slumber. Entrusting Alm, and Celica to lead the continent in their stead. Afterwards the religions of Duma and Mila are merged led by Mila's priest Nomah.

Thousands of years later in Fire Emblem Awakening, the Valm citizen, Pheros, makes reference to worshiping Mila and Naga. Despite their religions being merged, Duma is not mentioned by Pheros.

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