Edain is a playable character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. She is Sigurd's childhood friend, and one of the two daughters of Duke Ring of Jungby. Her twin sister is Brigid, and her younger half-brother is Andorey. If paired up, she will be the mother of Lester and Lana. Edain is gentle, graceful, but despite having the characteristics of a romantic heroine, she isn't concerned about romance. She isn't the type of woman to be head-over-heels in love. Edain holds respect for Sigurd because he is among the rare nobles that she perceives as not being attracted to her, despite her beauty. She is a kindhearted, friendly and proper lady, but under her delicate demeanor she hides a strong will and very headstrong personality, being the only one that never gave up finding her twin sister while everybody else lost hopes, and the fact that she was one of the few people that found a way to survive the battle of Belhalla. Her personality is fitting for a cleric, which Sigurd points out during their conversation in Chapter 1. She is shown to dislike violence, and wishes for the war in Verdane to end peacefully. In contrast to Brigid, she does not appear to be willing to kill their brother Andorey, although she condemns his immoral actions. Despite initially training as a knight, Edain became a cleric in order to aid her chances of finding her long-lost sister, who was kidnapped by pirates at the age of five. The game's events begin with Edain's capture at the hands of Prince Munnir of Verdane after Jungby is conquered. Her childhood friend, Sigurd, embarks on a mission to rescue her that eventually escalates into an invasion of Verdane. In Chapter 1, she is freed alongside Dew by Prince Jamke, whom she later recruits to Sigurd's cause. In Chapter 3, she reunites with Brigid and gifts her with the Yewfelle, which she had been carrying since the war's beginning. After the Battle of Belhalla, Edain flees to Isaach and becomes an abbess in Tirnanog. She raises her own children and acts as a mother figure to Seliph, Deimne, Muirne, Diarmuid/Tristan, Larcei/Creidne, and Ulster/Dalvin.