Anna(JPJapanese: アンナ) is a recurring character in the Fire Emblem series; appearing in every game except for Fire Emblem Gaiden and its remake, which doesn't use shops. She appears as a red haired female and is rarely seen without her trademark pose (of her resting her pointer finger on her face) or her sly smile.
Anna appears to be able to travel between the worlds of each title; Fire Emblem Awakening reveals there are a multitude of Annas, one managing the Outrealm Gate and another a recruitable Trickster.
Anna is traditionally a non-playable character who appears throughout various Fire Emblem games as a guide, cameo, prompt for suspending map data, or merchant in one of the Secret Shops.
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
In Shadow Dragon, Anna first appears as a Archanean villager in palace town. In this game, Anna has a close relationship with Jake, a drafted soldier who worked for the Grust army, a man occupying the country. Not wanting Jake to be hurt by the Archanean League, Anna told Caeda to tell Jake to quit fighting as she's worried sick about him.
Anna: Tee hee hee! Avatar: Ha! Someone's cheerful today. Anna: EEEEEEEEK! Oh! Sorry! I didn't notice you there, Avatar. Avatar: No, I'M sorry! I didn't mean to scare you like that. I was just wondering what you were laughing about? Anna: Well, I just sold some inventory at three times the price I paid for it! Avatar: That's great ...So long as I wasn't one of the suckers who fell for it? Anna: Hey, if you don't know the game, you shouldn't make the deal! But don't worry. It wasn't you. ...Ah, there's nothing like the feeling of when the coins hit your hand. Avatar: If you say so. Anna: Oh, I do! I tell ya, the path to happiness is paved with gold! Avatar: ...But there are some things money can't buy. Important things. Anna: Pffft. That's a load of bull plop! And even if it was true, money makes you care less about not having those things. Avatar: I don't know... Anna: I love money! Money, money, money! Clink clink clink go the coins! Avatar: .....
Avatar: Hello, Anna. Anna: Oh! Hello, Avatar! Avatar: I've been thinking about our last talk... I must say, I'm a bit concerned. You do know there are things money can't buy, right? Anna: Well, everyone says that, but it's not really true. Money can buy loyalty. It can buy safety. ...Power. ...Strength. Even love is for sale, if the price is right. Avatar: You can't possibly believe that! Anna: Believe it? Heck, I've SEEN it! I can't tell you how many men I've had to turn away. Besides, even the noblest soul considers finances when looking for a partner. No one wants to marry a broke joker, no matter how sweet he might be. Avatar: I don't... Hmm... Anna: Or say there was a girl you were completely in love with. What would you do? Take her to nice restaurants... Buy her expensive gifts... That's money at work right there... And there's nothing wrong with it! Avatar: I suppose your argument has some merit, though it still seems extreme. And even if true, isn't it kind of... I don't know. Sad? Anna: Look, I'd love to live in a rainbow-sprinkle world where money didn't matter, too. But it's important to be realistic about things, even when reality isn't pretty. Avatar: I guess that's fair...
Anna: Rragh! What gives today?! Avatar: Something wrong, Anna? Anna: Yes, something's wrong! I didn't make a single sale all day! And my merch is top notch, too. The world's gone topsy-turvy! Avatar: Sorry to hear it. Anna: Times like this, a girl needs a shoulder to cry on. Avatar: Perhaps you could rent one? Anna: Oh, ha ha. Very funny... Look, I may be pragmatic, but I'm still human. I need companionship, too. Avatar: ...Really? Anna: YES! Do you really have to ask? Sheesh, why can't you just listen like you always do? Avatar: Maybe I'm holding out for more money. Anna: Now just a... Come on! Stop it already! Avatar: Hah! Okay, okay. I'm sorry. But after all you said before, I had to razz you a little. I'm happy to listen, free of charge. Anna: Good! Now wipe that smirk off your face. And get comfortable. This may take a while. Avatar: Sure, I'll just start a tab... Anna: *Sigh* ...You just don't give up, do you?
Avatar: Hello, Anna. I brought you something. Anna: Ooh! A present? For me?! Avatar: It's not much, but... Anna: Aw, it's a necklace! That is SO SWEET! But, um... Why? Avatar: Well, it's your birthday, isn't it? Anna: Is it? ...Wait, it is! I completely forgot! I'm surprised you even knew. Avatar: I wouldn't let a good friend's birthday slip past unnoticed. Anna: I'm a...good friend? Avatar: Of course you are. Anna: Um... Gosh, you really ARE sweet. Avatar: Thanks. Anna: ..... Avatar: Something wrong? Anna: No, I'm just...realizing something. People say "it's the thought that counts"...and it's actually true. Avatar: You realized that because of my gift? Anna: I did. And you know what, MU? You're right. Some things money can't buy. ..... I love you! Avatar: Wh-what?! What's this, all of a sudden? Anna: What can I say? I'm a whimsical girl. So you wanna get married now or what?! Avatar: Okay, that's REALLY sudden! Anna: I TOLD you I was whimsical! Better decide quick, before my whimsy takes me in a new direction. Avatar: Looks like I'm feeling whimsical myself. Let's do it! Let's get married! Just don't ask me to help out with the business. I'm terrible with money. Anna: It's a deal! Now let's go find a ring and talk the owner down to half price...
Anna: Oh, Avatar! Just the lady I wanted to see! Avatar: Oh, hello, Anna. What can I do for you? Anna: I have a proposition for you... Avatar: A proposition? Anna: Yes! Just this morning, I got my hands on a stock of special skin cream. You just smooth it on, and the wear and tear of battle and travel disappear! Old, dry skin replaced by silky smoothness. It's the hard-travelin' girl's best friend! And today only, I can offer it to you at an insanely low price. Avatar: Er, I see. That's very kind, I suppose. But, to be honest, I don't use creams and lotions much. They're not really my thing. Anna: But a girl's skin is her most important ally! Why, neglecting it is like abandoning a comrade on the battlefield! You're so pretty already - just think what a beauty you'll be with healthy, glowing skin! Avatar: Er, well, if you put it like that... I suppose I could try a little. Anna: That's the spirit! ...Aaand here you go. One tub of Anna's Wonder Cream. Avatar: Heh, now you've gotten me all excited. I'll have to try it right now. Anna: Great. You do that. ...Bye! Anna: ...Wait a second? What's this? Oh, cripes! I gave her the wrong one! The stuff I gave her is the experimental formula that's still being tested on cows! ...Well, I gueeess it'll be all right? I mean, flame-tree resin is probably safe and effective on skin. ...Right? Ans since the sale's been made, I couldn't give her money back. ...Right? No, of course not. All sales are final!
Avatar: Anna! Anna: Oh, Avatar! Did you need me for... something or the other? Avatar: It's about that skin cream you sold me. Anna: (...Oh no. She knows! She's going to want her money back, and I already spent-) Avatar: Anna, what are you mumbling about? Are you listening to me? Anna: What? Oh, er, yes! Yes, I'm listening! ...So, how is the cream? I only ask because sometimes it, er, doesn't affect everyone... exactly the same. Avatar: Well, let me tell you, it works like a charm on me! My skin's been rosy pink and smooth as silk since I started using it. Anna: ...For serious? Avatar: Oh yes. Can't you tell? Look at my face! I'm beaming! Thanks to you, I wake up every morning confident and ready for any challenge. Anna: Oh, I'm so reliev... Er, I mean, pleased! I knew it would work! Ha ha... Avatar: Do let me know if you get any more in. I'm ready to buy a lifetime's supply! Anna: Er, of course... Avatar: Great! See you soon! Anna: ...Well, that was unexpected. If it's that amazing, I'm going to have to try some myself!
Anna: Er, Avatar? You remember that skin cream I sold you recently? I, er, don't suppose you'd let me try some of it? Avatar: Don't tell me you've never used it yourself? Anna: Well, the thing is, I has such a limited supply, and it was so popular... It, uh... sold out before I had a chance! Avatar: Why, Anna, I had no idea it was such a rare and valuable commodity. Anna: Oh, er, it's fine. That's what business is all about, right? B-but after you told me how well it worked, I was thinking I ought to try it myself. Avatar: Well, there's no time like the present. I have the tub right here in my bag... Now just hold still while I smear it all over your face. Anna: ...Gracious. It's very sticky, isn't it? It's almost like glue. Avatar: It always feels like that at first. But soon you'll find your skin tingling with health. Anna: So, like, how long are we talking here? Not too long, I hope. Avatar: ...Anna? What's the matter? Anna: I'm... not sure. Something feels strange. My skin is... It's... Oh gods, it's itchy! So itchy! ...And getting MUCH itchier! Avatar: ...Oh? Anna: Arrrgh! I can't stand it! It's like a hundred mosquito bites covered in tar! Wh-what's happening to me? How can I make it stop?! Avatar: Good heavens, Anna! Your face is swelling up like a balloon! Hold on! I'll fetch some water! Anna: Does she know I sold her the wrong cream? Is this some kind of sick revenge plot? N-no, that wouldn't be her style. ...Or would it? Maybe our skin just reacts differently to the cream? *scratch, scratch* Argh! Such an apt punishment for my crime... It must be the work of the gods! But I'm not going to let this little setback brinng me down... *scratch* When life gives you lemons, you sell lemonade! *scratch* Then you sell the the lemon rinds, and plant the seeds, and sell the lemon trees later on! *Scratch, scratch, scratch* Oh, gods! If only I had just sold her some lemonade! *scratch*
Anna: Hmmmmmmm... I see... Tiki: Hmm? Anna: Interesting... Veeery interesting... Tiki: Is there aught I might aid you with, my lady? You've been circling 'round my person for some time now. Anna: Apologies, O exalted one! I'm just basking in the glow of the divine dragon's oracle. Tiki: I am unused to such...rapt attention. You stare at me as one might an exotic creature in a menagerie. Anna: I would call anyone who's been alive for millennia exotic! Wouldn't you? Tiki: My life span should not preclude you from treating me as an ally or friend. For I came here in that capacity, and not as that of oracle. Anna: Then can I get your autograph as a token of our new friendship? Tiki: My...autograph? Anna: Yeah, it's easy! All you have to do is write down your own name. Tiki: I suppose I might grant such a request. Anna: Really? Yay! Here, this should be enough to get you started. Heave...HO! Tiki: By the gods! I've never seen such a mountain of paper! You didn't mention needing more than a single...autograph. Anna: Yeah, but I never said I didn't, either! Come on, be a sport! Pleeease? Tiki: Well, I suppose I did give my word. Anna: Woo! You're the best, Tiki! I have nothing but the deepest admiration for you! Pleasure doing business with ya! ...Heh heh heh. Tiki: ...Business? Strange. The word stirs memories of a merchant I knew long ago. And yet, with uncountable years behind me, memory is oft a kind of fog through which- Anna: Hey, come on, now! Less talking, more signing! Chop-chop! Tiki: .....
Anna: Wheee-ha! Business is booming! Thank goodness for pious patrons! The question is how to keep this growth up... Methinks it's time to stoke the flames of prophet fever! Wheee hee hee hee! Tiki: I overheard you speaking of the prophets just now. Is this the explanation for your most blissful demeanor? Anna: T-Tiki?! Uh...no! I didn't say "prophets." I said...um..."profits"! And I'm just happy because the last few battles have gone so well! Tee hee! Hee hee! Haaaa.... Tiki: Your mirth is well founded, and yet we can ill afford complacency. This war is still far from ended. And we mustn't forget that our victories come at the cost of others' lives. Though our causes differ, they still have families, hopes, dreams, and fears. Anna: ...Except for the Risen. Those guys are just creepy. Oh, wait! I've got a great idea! Tiki: Speak it, then. Anna: You should give a speech praising the virtues of peace and brotherhood! What good is a Voice if she's muted, eh? Let's put those vocal cords to use! Tiki: I'm not so arrogant as to think it's my station to lecture others. I'm merely a woman who has lived longer than most. Anna: Yeah, but being all super old gives you wisdom and stuff! You can do a good thing here! The audience would be moved by your words. You could remind them why they fight-to achieve lasting peace for friend AND foe. Tiki: Perhaps there is wisdom in what you say... Anna: Do it for their sake! Even just once! Tiki: Your passion has convinced me. I shall attempt to gather my thoughts into words. Anna: Perfect! I knew I could count on you! We'll call it "Talkin' with Tiki"! Attendance could be in the thousands, so we'll need a big venue... And space for a commemorative gift shop at every exit! Tee hee hee! Tiki: Anna, I do not wish for this to become an event of such magnitude. I don't even know what I plan to say yet. Anna: Oh, don't worry. I'll have my people whip up a script for you. Ooh! And we can have a VIP meet and greet after the speech! It'll be huge! Teeee hee hee hee hee! Tiki: Gods give me strength...
Anna: Wow, nobody draws a crowd like Tiki. Talk about star power! I've known kings that would kill for that kind of adoring public! The speech was a sellout AND I unloaded my entire stock of Tiki memorabilia. Somebody pinch me! I must be dreaming! Tiki: I volunteer for that duty. Anna: Tiki?! Ha ha... You're as quiet and sneaky as ever! Hee hee! ...Hee? Wh-what's up with the scary face? Tiki: Is there aught you would like to tell me, Anna? Anna: You mean other than...um...how AWESOME you are?! Tiki: I hear you charged admission to my speech on the unending power of good. Additionally, it seems you are hawking my signature like a common market trinket. Anna: W-well, common market trinkets usually don't sell for 50 gold a pop! ...R-right? Look, come on! There was DEMAND, Tiki! The people just want to be a part of you! You get to spread your message, they get hope for the future, and I get a little coin! ...Er, or a lot of coin. Tiki: If your actions were so altruistic, there was no need to hide them from me. Yet even now, I see the shame of your deeds writ large upon your face. Anna: But wait! Wait! I didn't do it for my own personal gain, I swear! Tiki: Such deceit only compounds your folly. Anna: T-Tiki? Wh-why are you pulling out a Dragonstone?! Tiki: To teach you that deceiving an oracle bears a hefty price. Now still your lying tongue and prepare to be eaten. Anna: Aaaah, WAIT! You've got me all wrong! I, uh... I'm donating the proceeds! Yeah, that's it! To charities! Shanty Pete's Orphanage gets some, and so does, um...the Widows of Gangrel! Oh, and I'm giving a big hunk to People for the Ethical Treatment of Wyverns! Tiki: ...You were planning to give your profits away? Anna: Of course! What sort of greedy monster do you take me for? That's rhetorical, by the way, so don't actually answer. Tiki: I have doubts as to this tale. Were you truly planning nothing more? Anna: Wh-what, you mean like an unauthorized Tiki tell-all biography? Or, uh, selling locks of your hair and small bits of your clothing? Ha ha! O-of course not! Why, I'd never even consider such...things. Tiki: ..... Very well. I shall forgive you this once. But any events in the future will be open to all regardless of status or wealth. And you will give me every coin you have so far earned in my name. I shall see if I can't return them to their former owners personally. Anna: Oh, come on! You're killing me here! Tiki: You are free, of course, to decline. In which case you may pursue a new career opportunity in food services. Anna: Here! Take it! Take the money! Tiki: I am so glad you understand. Anna: I understand you're a job-killing socialist... Tiki: What was that? Anna: N-nothing! Pleasure doing business! Tiki: You know, Anna, a saleswoman like you could achieve true greatness. You should consider that the next time avarice tempts you. Anna: Oh, I will, Tiki! You can count on it! Wheeew! That was close! ...Now then. Time to earn back some of that sweet, sweet gold!
Corrin: Well, I mentioned the meaning behind these flowers...
Anna: That having a lot of them will draw good things to you!
Corrin: Exactly, and look at all the flowers I've got. I'm going to need all of the positive energy they can attract today. Ehem. Anna, will you marry me?
Corrin: Is...is that a no?
Anna: You are brilliant. I love you.
Anna: Rings are so old fashioned. We can make flowers the only proper way to propose. We'll...gently...remind people that it takes a lot of flowers to really make things work! People will start competing with each other over who proposed with a larger bouqet. Once we get our flower garden growing, we'll start a trend that'll rake in the dough! Avatar, I accept your proposal. Let's become the world's best merchants!
Corrin: Thank you...I think? Are we still taking about the same thing?
Anna: We'll need to have lots of children, too. They'll all be merchants, of course. Working together, we'll really make bank!
Anna: With that settled, we'll need to set a date for the wedding next... No, wait! I need to contact all of my sisters first. But what is the least expensive way to contact that many people...
Corrin: This is going to be an interesting ceremony...
Corrin: What's wrong, Anna? You were smiling a moment ago.
Anna: Huh? I was smiling?
Corrin: What? You don't remember? Just a minute ago, you were showing me a bunch of different goods. And I told you that I didn't need anything... But you gave me some expensive makeup and said I could pay when I had the money.
Anna: I... I didn't do that.
Corrin: I'm telling you, you did! I refused again, but you said, "You can pay the interest with King Garon's signature." And then you happily skipped off, shouting, "I'm gonna make bank today!"
Anna: That sounds like me, but... I swear it wasn't.
Corrin: Huh? What do you mean?
Anna: It was probably one of my sisters. I have quite a few of them, and we all have the same name, same looks, and same job. My sisters live all over the world, so it wouldn't be odd to run into one of them.
Corrin: I don't even...
Anna: You wanted to know what's wrong, right? I was worrying about those very sisters. I can understand why we look alike, but why were we all named the same? I'm strongly considering doing some rebranding and changing my name.
Corrin: I...can't say I blame you.
Corrin: Anna, you're looking rather glum again... Err... I suppose I should ask first, but are you... our... Anna? You're the Anna who was thinking about changing her name, right?
Anna: Yeah, don't worry. I'm that Anna.
Corrin: Oh good. I didn't want to make that mistake twice.
Anna: Thanks for double-checking. Ughhhh...
Corrin: That was a pretty big sigh.
Anna: There'd be no need for you to check who I am if I could decide on a new name. But I just can't come up with one. Nothing I think of feels like it really fits. Do you have any good ideas? I'd pay really well for your best ones. ...Wait, I don't want to waste my gold. How about King Garon's signature instead?
Corrin: Eh, no thanks. I really don't need my father's signature. Besides, I don't think he'd give you one to give me, even if you asked nicely.
Anna: I... I suppose you're right. Awwww, why is this so hard? I want a name that captures my personality! Something that is unique to me and me alone.
Corrin: Something that captures you and your personality... How about Goldy... or Casha? Or maybe Sellma, or Salestia?
Anna: Those certainly fit me, bit I can't say I'd like to be called any of them. Besides, all my sisters could fit those, too.
Corrin: Hmm... This really isn't easy... I wonder if your parents had a hard time deciding too.
Corrin: I would think it'd be really inconvenient to give all your children the same name...
Anna: You're right... I wonder why they did that... I'm going to think about it for a little bit.
Corrin: Let me know if you figure it out!
Anna: Oh, Avatar!
Corrin: Anna, did something good happen? You look like a huge weight has been lifted from your shoulders.
Anna: It has! I've decided to stick with the name Anna.
Corrin: I'm happy for you! But why the change of heart?
Anna: After we talked, I started to think about my childhood and living with all my sisters. Then I realized something amazing. You might not believe it... Whenever my parents needed one of us, they'd just yell our name... But only the Anna they meant to call would respond.
Corrin: Huh? What do you mean?
Anna: The way my parents said our names would change ever so slightly. Anna only has four letters, but there are actually a lot of different ways to say it. We were able to train ourselves to listen for the differences. Here, it'll make more sense to you if I show you how it's done. Say my name in a few different ways.
Corrin: All right... Anna.
Corrin: And I guess... Anna.
Anna: ... You need to raise that last part. Go up when you say the "na."
Corrin: Er...OK. Anna.
Anna: That's it! Right there! That's me! My parents would say my name by slightly raising the "na" at the end. That's precisely why it shows my personality. I think compared to my sisters, I'm a bit more determined to succeed.
Corrin: I don't quite...
Anna: Maybe my parents named me... with the belief that I would never give up on a goal, no matter what. That I'd always try to end anything that I did on a high note, like my name! When I think of it that way, I'm certain I can continue being Anna. I still don't know why my parents gave us all the same name, though. Regardless, thanks for sticking with me on this, Avatar.
Corrin: I'm glad things worked out for you, Anna.
Anna: I wouldn't have found my way if it wasn't for your help. Would you like a signature from King Garon as a reward?
Kana: Look! I picked some pretty flowers for you! They're yellow like the sun
Anna: Or gold! Oh, these daisies are perfect! Thank you!
Kana: Do you really like them?
Anna: I do! You seem to be bringing me an awful lot of flowers lately, through.
Kana: I just remembered that when I was real little, we'd go looking at flowers together. You always smiled so much. And I love your smile, Mama! So I decided to start bringing you lots and lots of flowers to help you smile!
Anna: Oh! That's so sweet of you, honey. But I do have a teensy favor to ask of you.
Kana: Anything. Mama. What do you need?
Anna:: Remember how I told you that flowers need time to grow big and strong, just like us? That means that when you pick them, you don't let them grow properly.
Kana:: Oh no! I've been hurting them?! It was an accident! I'm sorry, flowers!
Anna:: Don't worry Kana. That's no the problem! You just can't pick them too soon. If you pick them before they mature, you can sell them at full price! So you just need to promise not to pick any more baby flowers. OK?
Kana:: O-OK! B-but...if I do that, then how can I show you all the neat flowers I find?
Anna:: Hmmm... How about if you find some, you come and get me. I'll come with you to see if they're ready for picking. How does that sound?
Kana:: Really? You won't be too busy?
Anna:: As if! I'm never too busy for you, dear. Especially not when there's money to be made!
Kana:: OK, it's a deal! We'll go look at all the nice flowers together! That's a promise Mama
Kana:: La la lalala-la la ♪ And now it's Mama time!
Anna:: Oh, Kana. It just jingles my purse to see you so happy.
Kana:: Why wouldn't I be happy? I just found some great flowers for us to go look at! You're going to love them. I'm sure of it! Look! There they are, Mama!
Anna:: Oh, you were right, dear. These are such a lovely shade of red, too.
Kana:: I know-I love this color. It's so pretty, and the petals are so soft... They reminded me of you Mama.
Anna:: Aww. That's very flattering, but I don't know how flowerlike I am... Still thanks, Kana!
Kana:: Don't be embarrassed, Mama! I love flowers, but I love your smiles even more!
Anna:: Well, I love your smiles even more than that!
Kana:: Really? Yay!
Anna:: Oh that reminds me: I have something to show you.
Kana:: Oooh, is it something good? Can I see it right now? What is it?
Anna:: Heh heh heh... Well, it's-
Kana:: Ah! Wait! Don't tell me! That way I'll be even more surprised when you have it.
Anna:: All right, I'll keep it safe until we can sit down and look at it together.
Kana:: Yay! can't wait!
Kana:: Mama, I'm here! Where is the thing you wanted to show me?
Anna:: Oh, hey Kana! Over here!
Kana:: Oh, wow! This is such a big book! And look at all these flowers! Where did you get all of them?
Anna:: These are the ones you've been brining me! I dried them all out and pressed them between the pages so they'd be safe. It's the perfect place for me to keep all your little gifts. And it's got the best binding money can buy!
Kana:: This is amazing! Really, really amazing! I hadn't realized how many flowers I'd brought you, either. Look, there are the yellow daisies I gave you the other day! Mama, thank for taking such good care of the flowers I gave you. It makes me so happy!
Anna:: And thank you for all the love you're given me. And for the flowers! With this book, I'ill be able to cherish them for a long, long time.
Kana:: You're welcome! I'm glad you liked them so much!
Anna:: You know, we didn't pick those red flowers we saw the other day... But we did make some nice memories when we went to go look a them. Here's to many more like them!
In Fire Emblem Heroes, Anna plays a vital role in the story. As a commander of the Order of Heroes, she summons the Summoner, who later becomes the tactician of the army, and entrusts them with the legendary relic, Breidablik to fight and protect the world of Zenith from the Emblian Empire. In this game Anna is a Axe user and bears the title of Commander.
With nary a word, Anna left the others and returned to her free-spirited merchant life. She was later sighted across the continent, haggling with suppliers and beating down the cost of goods.
Anna and Robin
Many wrote of Robin's legendary exploits, but accounts of his origins and character varied. Scholars, poets, and bards agreed on one thing alone—he loved his wife, Anna, above all else.
Anna - Secretive Merchant
Anna returned to merchant life, revitalizing trade in parts of the world most affected by the war. Official records show how her network and name were passed down to the next generation.
Anna and Corrin (Birthright/Conquest)
Avatar was hailed as a hero, working alongside his spouse to spread peace worldwide. His wife, Anna, continued to travel the world as a merchant. It is said the two were very much in love.
Anna and Corrin (Revelation)
The two spent the rest of their lives together, Avatar ruling as the wise King of Valla. His wife, Anna, continued to travel the world as a merchant. It is said the two were very much in love.
Anna - Traveling Merchant
Anna's business savvy proved to be a great asset in the post-war reconstruction of Garreg Mach. Once the restoration was complete, she disappeared from the area entirely, though tales of a mysterious merchant were passed down in every corner of the world for centuries to come. Some say she continues her travels even to this day, eternally peddling her wares, and ever in search of the next lucrative opportunity.
North America: "Anna is a bright, cheerful young merchant, but her true nature is clouded in mystery. She's very fixated on money and is a girl of many talents, but it wasn't until Fire Emblem Awakening that she became a playable character. There's still a lot we don't know about her—she likes to keep everybody guessing."
EU: "Anna is a bright, cheerful young merchant, but a lot of information about her is still a mystery. She's very fixated on money, and is a girl of many talents, but it wasn't until Fire Emblem: Awakening that she became a playable character. There's still a lot we don't know about her, but maybe she likes to keep everybody guessing."