Artwork of Rahna from Fire Emblem: Treasure.
“Lord Daccar has put the innocent citizens of Silesse through enough suffering. The man's a murderer, nothing more. He must pay for his crimes.”
Rahna (ラーナ Rāna) is Lewyn's mother and the Queen of Silesse. Although she rules after her husband's death, she wishes Lewyn to assume the throne because he is the heir of Forseti's bloodline. She sends Ferry and her squad of pegasus knights south to find him when he runs away.
After Sigurd is declared a traitor by Grannvale, Rahna offers him and his group shelter in Silesse. She sends numerous petitions on Sigurd's behalf, none of which are accepted. She sympathises with him and counsels him to maintain hope and to not let himself give into anger. She acts as a mother figure and considers him to be a responsible influence on Lewyn, whom she spurns in anger for his flight from home two years before.
In chapter 4 of Genealogy of the Holy War, her brothers-in-law, Daccar and Maios, rebel against her in an attempt to seize the throne. She is briefly held prisoner when Silesse Castle is captured but gives the townsfolk a chance to escape before the castle is taken over, and they are rescued from Daccar's forces by Sigurd's army. She is deeply grieved by Mahnya's death in battle.
When Silesse is recaptured, Rahna has an emotional reunion with Lewyn. She forgives him for his transgressions and bestows on him the Forseti Tome, along with some words of wisdom about Forseti's way.
Sometime after the Battle of Belhalla, Rahna passes away of unknown causes. Ferry is crowned queen in her place.
- Many fans thought Rahna possessed Forseti blood due to her brothers-in-law lacking holy blood. However, the 20th Anniversary Fire Emblem artbook confirms her husband was the one who carried the Forseti blood.
- Rahna has the same portrait as the mysterious woman from chapter 1, who gives the Hero Axe to Lex.