Nailah as she appears in
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
|Game||Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn|
|Skills|| Shove |
 Character Data
Queen of the wolf laguz, a clan long thought to be extinct. She meets Micaiah's party inside ancient ruins in the Desert of Death, the vast waste that stretches across eastern Tellius. Nailah is Queen of Hatari, her kingdom of wolves located east of Daein, across the vast desert in which those of Tellius thought to never have existed. Nailah's journey across the desert is the first successful attempt and is only thus due to Rafiel, a survivor of the Heron Tribe, who comes to her aid and assists her in safely making it across the desert with her loyal servant, Volug. Nailah makes her first appearance in the chapter Glory Unwanted, when her assistance is vital and she comes in support of Rafiel and Volug. After Daein is liberated, Nailah takes Rafiel to where she believes his brother and sister, Leanne and Reyson, are staying, Gallia. She is escorted by the Laguz Emancipation Army who helps them cross to Gallia.
At the end of Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, Nailah returns to Hatari in hopes of having her people cross the desert and coexist with those of Tellius.
 Base Stats
Nailah is a Laguz and will be unable to promote from her current state. She has the skill Formshift and will be able to transform whenever she pleases.
Nailah uses Great Fang, an item made specifically for laguz royals. It is a better weapon than the traditional Fang used by non-royal wolves.
- Part 1: Chapter 8: Automatically from Base, available in Chapter 8 and Endgame.
- Part 3: Chapter 13: Appears as an Other Unit on turn 11 and is an Enemy Unit in Endgame.
- Part 4: Chapter 1: Automatically from Base, available in Chapter 1, 4, and Endgame.
I... overestimated my limits...
Nailah, in Part 4: Chapter 4 dying
Your Majesty, fall back. Don't fight any longer. I will take care of you, as you have done for me. Please... You must stop fighting.
Rafiel speaking to a dying Nailah.
Rafiel... I will do as you say. I wouldn't want you out there dying without me.