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You and I learned the sword under the same master. We shared a vision. A dream.
We swore our blades to the service of Eternia, and pledged to fight for her future.

Einheria to Edea

Einheria Venus is a non-player character in Bravely Default, Bravely Default: Praying Brage, and Bravely Second: End Layer. She is a member of the Bloodrose Legion, the eldest of the Venus Sisters, and keeper of the Valkyrie asterisk.

D's Journal entries[edit | edit source]


She leads a force of female soldiers that are suppressing Crystalists in Florem. She was taught by the same master as Edea.

A twenty-eight-year-old woman from Eternia. Her name is Einheria Venus, and she holds the Valkyrie asterisk. She is a serious, dedicated warrior who believes in the ideals of Anticrystalism. She cares for her sisters deeply, and worries about them a great deal.

  • Likes: Traditional warriors, collecting old maps
  • Dislikes: Compromise, snakes

Profile[edit | edit source]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Einheria is 28 year old woman with blonde hair in a 'yarnball-bun' with her bangs to the left and the side bangs trimmed short. She has blue eyes. She wears a white dress that reaches her knees with blue-white wings on her back and white knee-high boots. She has white gloves and a blue bow around her neck. She has a blue-white winged headband and uses the spear Rossweisse as her weapon of choice.

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Personality[edit | edit source]

She is very serious and dedicated to being a Valkyrie, but also worries and cares greatly for her sisters Artemia and Mephilia, and is very admired by both of them. She is also very strict, as she is also very adherent to orders. As a Valkyrie, Einheria has blades mounted on her legs to make her jump attacks deadly. She likes traditional warriors and collecting old maps but dislikes compromise and snakes.

Story[edit | edit source]

Bravely Default[edit | edit source]

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Having been trained by Nobutsuna Kamiizumi and patrolled Eternia prior to serving as member of the Bloodrose Legion, Einheria is good friends with the younger Edea. Though she come to see the Bloodrose Legion's actions deplorable, especially due to the effect it had on her sisters, Einheria saw that fulfilling her vow to make the way as Braev Lee envisioned to be a greater good even if it meant compromising some of her own ideals.

When Alternis Dim tells her of Edea's betrayal, secretly proud of her fellow disciple leaving the Duchy, Einheria agrees to convince her to return to their side while not promising that her younger sisters, despite their loyalty to her, would be as understanding and not kill Edea on sight. Setting up a trap to capture the vestal's group, Einheria attempts to reason with Edea before seeing no choice but to kill her friend. The fight that follows ends with Einheria heavily wounded as she asks Edea to meet with her father Braev face to face, with no more inconveniences, in hope they both do not end up hating each other at the end of it all.

In the second world, encountering the Agnès's group while looking in the ruins of an abandoned village, Einheria reveals her true feelings of the Duchy's actions yet feels honor bound to remain its enforcer as she battles Edea. Like before, Einheria pleads with Edea to meet with Braev.

In the third world, Einheria, alongside her sisters Mephilia and Artemia, corners Olivia Oblige at the Western Hidden Village and confronts Tiz and his group. Once again, she is defeated. In order to protect herself and her sisters, despite that it will defy Fiore DeRosa's orders, Einheria orders the group to retreat.

In the Fourth World, testing her with help from Holly Whyte and Ciggma Khint, Einheria enlists Edea's help in exposing the conspiracy conducted by Fiore DeRosa, Erutus Profiteur, and Qada. In the Fifth World, Einheria is called back to Eternian Central Command to serve as its frontline defense alongside Erutus and Jackal.

Bravely Second: End Layer[edit | edit source]

Two years after the defeat of Ouroboros, Einheria ends up in Florem where she is trying to learn to be more feminine under the matriarch. By chance, Einheria comes across her former subordinate Rhea Veeling and becomes a supporter for the new academy on Florem to be an all-girl school as the tie breaker is placed on Edea.

If Edea supports the all-girl school, Einheria congratulates Rhea and considers a teaching career that uses her skills. But she jumps away in embarrassment if she receives an embarrassing letter from the matriarch that is read out loud. But if Edea supports coeducation, Einheria takes offense to her choice as she and Rhea battle Edea's group. After being defeated, Einheria spirits a tearful Rhea away so they can fight another day.

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Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Bravely Default[edit | edit source]

Einheria in battle.

Einheria specializes in heavy hitting, high-BP attacks. She uses Jump to leap into the air and avoid attacks for a turn before coming down and dealing damage to a target, and Crescent Moon to hit the entire party. She often ends up with negative BP; therefore, it is recommended to Default to guard against her initial assault, and Brave when she's unable to act. Her Spirit Barrier somewhat complicate things as the battle winds down, but is easily remedied with Dispel.

Bravely Second[edit | edit source]

Einheria is fought as part of a sidequest.

Creation and development[edit | edit source]

Einheria was designed by Atsushi Okubo, the author of the Square Enix-published manga Soul Eater.[1]

Voice[edit | edit source]

Einheria is voiced by Yûko Kaida in the Japanese version. She shares her Japanese voice actress with Rosa Farrell and Barbariccia from the 3D version of Final Fantasy IV.

She is voiced by Cindy Robinson in the English version. She shares this voice actress with Kan-E-Senna from Final Fantasy XIV.

Other appearances[edit | edit source]

Bravely Default: Praying Brage[edit | edit source]

Einheria appears as an obtainable unit.

Bravely Archive[edit | edit source]

Einheria appears as an obtainable unit.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances[edit | edit source]

Fantasy Earth Zero[edit | edit source]

Einheria's weapon appeared in a collaboration event.[2]

Other media[edit | edit source]

LINE[edit | edit source]

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Einheria appears on a sticker set for the LINE communications app. The sticker set she appears in is titled "Bravely Stickers - Volume 2".[3]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Bravely Default
Bravely Second: End Layer

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Einheria's name may come from the "Einherjar". Einherjar or einherjarium are those that have died in battle and are brought to Valhalla by valkyries. The einherjar prepare daily for the events of Ragnarök, when they will advance for an immense battle at the field of Vígríðr; the battle which the "ein" (here meaning single-time) refers to.

Venus is the second-closest planet to the Sun. Venus is also the Roman goddess of love, beauty and fertility, and in Greek mythology, she is known as Aphrodite. The noun form venus means "love" and "sexual desire" in Latin.

References[edit | edit source]

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