|“||I We met under sad circumstances, Robin, but I've never been happier.||„|
|~ Aversa talking to the male Robin.|
|“||I'm not completely cruel, you know. Come, I have a kiss for each of you...||„|
|~ Aversa in To Slay a God.|
Aversa is a false antagonist from the Fire Emblem video game series. She is Validar former protegee until Robin freed her from his brainwashing and now it's helping him in his/her quest.
Aversa has white hair and a revealing outfit who partial show her cleaveage, she also carries a book with her.
Fire Emblem Awakening
In the past, Aversa was a simple plain girl before being captured by Validar and been brainwashed by him to serve Grima's religion, the Grimleal. As such, Aversa serves as a slave of the villains for most of the game.
After her apparent death, Aversa appears again in the wellspring of Truth where Robin saves Aversa from her brainwashing, Robin will later help Corrin and Lucina to get revenge for her enslavement by helping her to defeat Grima.
Fire Emblem Heroes
During the events of this game, Aversa has became more mellowed and more approchable, growing feelings for the summoner Kiran.
Aversa is a quite kind and empathetic woman, after the brainwashing was destroyed. While she is extremely loyal to her superiors who was inmensely remourseful over her past deeds and wish to atone them, joining with Robin, she will fell in love with the male Robin. If player chooses to, Robin, can reciprocate her feelings and start a family with her.
If Robin is female, Aversa falls in love with Chrom instead, however Chrom never reciprocates her affection.
- In a support, Aversa jokes about being Robin's little sister.
- Aversa hates Gangrel if he joins with the player, as unlike her, Gangrel did all his crimes of his free will.
- This dichotomy can be seen in their endings, whilst Aversa's ending notes she became a ordinary villager and lived a happy life, Gangrel's ending states he became a tyrant before dying a ignominious death.
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