|“||Eldigan! How dare you abandon the battle to spout such nonsense! You couldn't hide your true colors forever, traitor! Men! Seize this... this worm! Off with his head! Humiliate him! Parade his shame before the world!||„|
|~ Chagall rejected redemption by executing Eldigan, his most loyal and duty-driven minion who tried to do the best for his lord.|
Chagall is a supporting antagonist in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. He is the arrogant and foolish king of Agustria during the first generation of the game's events, usurping his benign father's throne under Manfroy's manipulation.
Chagall is the son of Imuka, King of Agustria, and the last descendant of Hezul. Unlike his father, who was benign and well-revered, Chagall was an arrogant, hateful and self-serving figure who was hungry of power.
At the start of the story, Chagall had joined Manfroy's conspiracy in order to seize more power for himself. Under Manfroy's machination, Chagall murdered his own father, usurped the Agustrian throne, and started a war against Grannvale. Nevertheless, Chagall lost against Sigurd and was only saved by Eldigan, his most loyal general whose ancestor had sworn to protect the Agustrian royalty for generations. Then, Eldigan and Sigurd striked an agreement between themselves, with Sigurd making peace in the land and leaving Agustria within a year, since Eldigan believed that no matter who Chagall was, he should not be killed since he was the last descendant of Hezul.
Under Eldigan's protection, Chagall went into hiding in the next six months, whilst starting a corrupt rule in his land. He was condemned by his people, believing that he was an inept ruler unlike his father. They wished that Eldigan would take the throne from Chagall, but Eldigan's duty and loyalty made him refuse to do so.
After his six months of hiding, Chagall broke the agreement himself by provoking the Grannevale army and fought against Sigurd without honor. Nevertheless, he was still defeated. Eldigan was forced to move and confront Sigurd's force, and then he discovered his own sister Lachesis was also on Sigurd's side.
If the siblings had confronted, Lachesis would beg her brother not to fight further and persuade Chagall to give in. Eldigan was moved by his sister's pledge and returned to reason with Chagall. He tried to persuade Chagall into yielding and hiding, since it was the best thing to do for a man that was both Agustrian king and descendant of Hezul. However, Chagall was so much an ingrate that he executed Eldigan for it, believing him to be a traitor after speaking this idea. Before his execution, Eldigan finally realized that Chagall was beyond redemption and thus this inept king had doomed his once-proud family inheritage.
After Eldigan's death, Sigurd's army confronted Chagall, who attacked them and gloated to Lachesis about her brother's demise. However, after being abandoned by Travant, Chagall was eventually slain by Sigurd's army.
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