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|“||They wish to take this place as well, do they? We will not let them have it. Tell our brothers that we defend to the death. We will avenge our dead comrades!||”|
Thoril (Japanese: トオリル ) is the leader of the remnants of the turncoat Djute clan of Sacae, and the primary boss of chapter 20x on the Sacae route of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade. Thoril, five other identical-looking bosses, and the rest of the Djute clan set about to attempt to prevent the Mulagir, untouched since Hanon's death, fall into the hands of Roy and his army, but ultimately ends up failing and defeated. Of the six bosses of the chapter, Thoril is the only one who has any lines, and even then is a rare boss character to have a speaking role but no in-battle quotes of any sort, as he only speaks once per playthrough (although he has two lines total).
Should Roy and his army take too long in the previous chapter, Thoril is one of four of chapter 20x's bosses to take the field, sans their secondary weapons, to signal to the player that they failed to unlock chapter 20x.
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Thoril does not have a battle quote.
Thoril does not have a death quote.
|The Binding Blade||A survivor of the Djute clan.
Hungry for vengeance.*
Etymology and other languages
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• Used in the most recent, up-to-date version of the fan translation patch.
Tooril; from Tohgrul (also "Tooril", "Wang Khan", or "Ong Khan"), a khan of the Keraites.
- The Bow of Swift Wind, triangleattack.com, Retrieved: December 24, 2020