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|“||And I have a bit of a rebellious streak, I'm afraid. A...dark side.||„|
|~ Tharja's recruitment quote with Chrom in Chapter 9|
Tharja (サーリャ Sārya, Sallya in the Japanese version) is a playable character in Fire Emblem Awakening.
Fire Emblem Awakening
Tharja is a Dark Mage who hails from Plegia, though she does not care about the conflict between Plegia and Ylisse. After joining Chrom's army, she falls in love with the Avatar, regardless of the Avatar's gender. Her support with Nowi reveals that she has the power to read fortunes using a Manakete's scales, and can divine the location of anyone or anything using one. She is well versed with curses, ranging from a constant runny nose curse to a cooling hex to bring down fevers. She has the darkest thoughts in the army. She is the mother of Noire and a potential mother of Morgan. Her birthday is April 2.
Tharja is among the forces trying to stop Chrom and his army from rescuing Emmeryn in Chapter 9 at Plegia Castle. However, Tharja questions why she has to fight for such a pointless reason and holds nothing but disdain for the Plegian King, Gangrel. If Chrom speaks to Tharja, Chrom will ask her to join his cause since that is what his sister would do; Tharja, who is reluctant to fight in the first place, joins afterwards.
After the war, if Tharja is still single, Tharja's obsession with the Avatar leads her to a life of casting curses and hexes to reunite with them.
Tharja comes off as a stalker due to her obsession with the Avatar, regardless of their gender. She even values the Avatar's life more than her own and usually acts quite amorously around them. She is willing to do whatever it takes to win their affections, even if it means changing her whole personality to suit their taste.
Around others though, she is a rather cold and moody individual, usually threatening to curse them if they stand in the way of her plans of gaining the Avatar's affections. Despite Tharja's grim personality around others, she is capable of loving another person, though her love for the Avatar often takes a higher priority in the end. She is also sensitive about others to an extent, even vaguely telling Nowi, that her parents are dead, while passing it off that they are "far away".
It is revealed that she is very self-conscious in her conversation with Cordelia in Xenologue 17, having no idea of her own sex appeal and was quickly embarrassed when it was pointed out to her. In her conversations with Nowi in Xenologue 16, she was also embarrassed when Nowi said that she had the largest breasts out of the women of the army (silkiest hair in the European version). She is also shown to feel guilty for not being able to save her fellow soldiers that died in a battle mentioned in her A rank support with Vaike.
Tharja's relationship with her daughter Noire is extremely complicated, whether in the bad future or the present. Tharja's future self largely ignored Noire as she grew up, as she wrapped up in her research in an effort to avenge her husband's death, and often used her as an unwilling "guinea pig" for curses - until both of them were cornered by the enemy, with the Future Tharja saving Noire at the cost of her own life.
The present Tharja remains cold to Noire, even as she considers teaching her daughter dark magic. She has no idea if her future self truly cared for Noire as she does, but upon telling Noire that she loves her in their A rank support, she is also quick to state that she may never say that again regardless of her feelings, probably since she lacks proper ways to show her actual feelings. In The Future Past, she also shows a borderline overprotective streak towards the Noire of that particular world.
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