|Ashelia "Ashe" B'nargin Dalmasca|
Final Fantasy XII
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|Full name||Ashelia "Ashe" B'nargin Dalmasca|
|Series||Final Fantasy XII|
|D.o.B / Age||19yr|
|B / W / H||Not known|
|Likes||Vaan, Dalmasca, Rasler Heios Nabradia|
|Affiliated Characters||Fran, Penelo|
|Family||King Raminas (father), Rasler Heios Nabradia (husband, deceased)|
|Background Info||Ashelia or Ashe B'nargin Dalmasca is a nineteen year-old Hume princess fighting to liberate her kingdom, Dalmasca, from the Archadian Empire. The only child of King Raminas and the sole heir to the throne, she married Rasler Heios Nabradia shortly before Archadia's invasion of Dalmasca. Her husband died in the battle to protect Nalbina Fortress (on the border of fellow Nabradia, Rasler's home state), making Ashe a young widow. Though their people believed that their marriage was political, they actually loved each other, evident as she still grieves for him and still wears her wedding ring two years after his death. She was thought to have committed suicide, but took on the alias, Amalia, to serve as the leader of the Resistance before joining the group. Her intention on getting revenge on Archadia, for the horrors its militant forces had committed on her people, was manipulated by the Occuria to reinforce their rule over Ivalice. Along the course of the story, the Occuria created an image of the late Rasler to lead Ashe wherever they needed her to go. In their encounter, the Occuria offered her Nethicite to rule as another Dynast-King, and conquer Ivalice at their stead. At the final moment, however, Ashe rejects the Occuria's offer and declined to use the Nethicite.Ashe acknowledges Larsa's intention to stop the war between the two empires, and finally makes her way to Vayne in the Sky Fortress Bahamut to end it.
Ashe continues her role as Queen of Dalmasca in the Final Fantasy XII sequel Revenant Wings. Despite having been created for Final Fantasy XII, Ashe was first introduced in the 2004 crossover board game Itadaki Street Special.
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