After a long fought battle, the invisible forces are defeated. After the battle, Caeldori informs Subaki of all the measures she took after the battle to ensure the safety of the villager and getting them the treatment they need. Overwhelmed by his daughter's overwhelming diligence in her post-battle event reports, Subaki allows Caeldori to join the army, though he vows to himself to stay ahead of her.
If Selena is the mother of Caeldori, a special ending occurs. Selena notes that Caeldori used to resemble Subaki as a child, but now she resembles her maternal grandmother.
Caeldori remembers how Selena used to talk about her and even felt that Selena and Cordelia resembled one another. Selena still believes that Caeldori resembles her more, both in appearance and in personality. Honored to resemble such a great warrior, Caeldori vows to work harder to make her mother and grandmother proud. Selena ends by vowing not to die on her or abandon her, but Caeldori does not understand the significance behind this last comment.
Caeldori is gifted with both intelligence and beauty, and strives to constantly better herself. She feels the pressure of her father's fame and diligently hones her skills in hopes of one day becoming perfect like him. She bonds well with her mother, stating that she has no natural talent like Subaki. Instead she states that her mother's hardworking nature inspires her to become a better person herself. She easily falls in love more than the other members of the army.
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In her supports, she is known to be an avid reader, and she also requests that Corrin be her mentor after having heard Subaki speak highly of them. In her supports with the female Corrin, it is revealed that she is a very talented writer so much so it brings the female Corrin to tears of joy calling it the most beautiful thing she ever read.
Caeldori is shown is her supports to be snippy with characters such as Asugi who skip out on chores or shirk their duties. Starting Class Mov -. These are Caeldori's default growth rates. Caeldori is illustrated in the trading card game Fire Emblem Cipher with the following cards:. Caeldori is an anagram of Cordelia , the basis of her appearance. Although the name itself doesn't have a particular meaning, the 'Cael' part of her name could come from the Latin word 'caelum', meaning 'sky' or 'heaven', possibly being a reference to her class.
This is referenced in her support conversations with Shiro, where they talk about fire safety. It is also an anagram of Tiamo, Cordelia 's Japanese name. Sign In Don't have an account? Thanks for featuring my cover. And for the comments. This is a great contest. The title and by-line are off-center, however.
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Are there any rules or guidelines regarding this? The overall effect is going to be much more important than any one specific detail.
- The Cael Stone.
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Agree with Joel about the importance of studying the ebook form as it differs from the needs of print covers. Love seeing the contest every month; I learn so much, and there are so many talented designers out there! Thanks Damon. And thanks Joel! For instance, the ebook cover could focus in on a single detail of the print cover. Or it could be a simplified version with bigger fonts. Or something even cleverer. Congratulations to the winners and thanks as always for posting the covers and leaving the comments below them.
I wanted to keep the look uniform obviously in the design so i decided not to remove the smaller text for ebook version. Have you thought about dividing the contest into ebooks and paperbacks?
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Thanks for your comment. I have no plans at the moment to expand this monthly contest. There are many reviews of book covers, and the print book cover is well understood and terrific covers are produced every year by hundreds of talented designers.
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The aim of these posts is to address the much newer form of the ebook cover, to encourage designers—both pro and amateur—to look at the ebook cover in new ways and to find design principles that can guide all of us as ebooks continue to expand their reach. You know, covers that actually relate to each other and would sell an ebook. Three you say?
Maybe there will be more at that point, who knows? Your email address will not be published. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Award Winners and Listing Thanks to everyone who participated. Interesting and it draws me in. The colour contrasts here are excellent. DZ: Love it.
Contemporary design with unusual and interesting title treatment. Great job. Amelia C. DZ: The title is legible and the image is relatively clear, which is good for an ebook cover at thumbnail size, however the brown coloring may be a bit dull. DZ: Same comments as the previous cover.
That dirty water brown color is a bit off-putting, in my opinion. DZ: Easy to read. Looks similar to many covers in this genre. The movement in the title also works well. Anthony Camber submitted The Pink and the Grey designed by blogshank. DZ: Not sure what this is about.
Seems like the title is describing the cover. Easy to read at thumbnail size. This took 9 hours? Looks like the author had too much input.