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  • Etro is a fal'Cie goddess in the Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy series. She is a key character in the mythos, being the one who provided the material from which humans were made, and the one who protects the balance between the mortal world and the afterlife. Many of her actions shape the events of Final Fantasy XIII and its sequels, but her exact role in the other games is still unclear. Motomu Toriyama has stated that while Etro is the same deity across the games of the series, her roles in the universes of Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy Type-0 and Final Fantasy XV vary greatly.
  • thumb|Artwork Etro ist eine Göttin aus der Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy. Sie ist die Göttin des Todes und für das Gleichgewicht von sichtbarer und unsichtbarer Welt verantwortlich. Weiterhin liegt ihr das Wohlbefinden der Menschheit nahe, die aus ihrem Blut entstand.
  • [[Fichier:Etro_par_Yoshitaka_Amano.jpg|thumb|Représentation d'Etro dans Final Fantasy XV, par Yoshitaka Amano]] Etro (エトロ, Etoro) est une déesse fal'Cie qui entre dans l'histoire de la série Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy.
  • [[Archivo:Divinidad Erto Amano.jpg|right|thumb|Imagen artística de Etro por Yoshitaka Amano.]] Etro (エトロ, Etoro?) es una diosa fal'Cie en la compilación de Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy y en Final Fantasy XV.
  • Etro der Weise, der Erste Bürger (und der letzte ) der Marn, stirbt durch das Gift von Zohmer Felzt. . * Mythor-Fundort: My1 .
  • According to the official mythology, the universe of Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy is divided in two: the visible world, or the world of the living, and the invisible world, or the world of the dead. The two worlds must remain in balance, or the universe might be destroyed. Entering Valhalla, the middle realm between the unseen realm and the visible world, Etro found Mwynn who was almost overtaken by the chaos that festered as a result of Bhunivelze's attempt to reach the unseen realm. Before disappearing into the chaos, Mwynn tasked Etro with protecting the world balance.
  • Secondo la mitologia ufficiale della Fabula Nova Crystallis, il mondo è diviso in due parti: una visibile, regno dei viventi e una invisibile, regno dei morti. Quest'ultima è stata creata da Muin, la dea creatrice, dopo essere stata deposta dal figlio Bhunivelze, che desiderava regnare incontrastato. Il dio vedeva la perfezione nel suo regno, ma la presenza della morte come parte di esso lo tormentava.
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  • Etro is a fal'Cie goddess in the Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy series. She is a key character in the mythos, being the one who provided the material from which humans were made, and the one who protects the balance between the mortal world and the afterlife. Many of her actions shape the events of Final Fantasy XIII and its sequels, but her exact role in the other games is still unclear. Motomu Toriyama has stated that while Etro is the same deity across the games of the series, her roles in the universes of Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy Type-0 and Final Fantasy XV vary greatly.
  • thumb|Artwork Etro ist eine Göttin aus der Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy. Sie ist die Göttin des Todes und für das Gleichgewicht von sichtbarer und unsichtbarer Welt verantwortlich. Weiterhin liegt ihr das Wohlbefinden der Menschheit nahe, die aus ihrem Blut entstand.
  • According to the official mythology, the universe of Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy is divided in two: the visible world, or the world of the living, and the invisible world, or the world of the dead. The two worlds must remain in balance, or the universe might be destroyed. Etro was a fal'Cie created by the god Bhunivelze, who became the sole ruler of the living world by defeating his mother, Mwynn, and banishing her into the world of the dead. This did not satisfy him, as Bhunivelze believed all things were destined to die due to a curse laid on the world by his mother. To reach the realm of the dead and destroy her, Bhunivelze created the three fal'Cie deities: Pulse, Lindzei and Etro. Etro was the second deity created after Pulse. The mythology at this point calls Etro and the others fal'Cie, even if all other sources know them as the gods and goddesses of Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy lore. Bhunivelze regretted having created Etro, because he had unknowingly created her as the image of Mwynn. Bhunivelze feared Etro and gave her no powers to create anything of her own. Bhunivelze crystallized himself to sleep until his creations would find the door to reach the realm of the dead. While Pulse and Lindzei were busy making the world and creating many more fal'Cie, Etro was lonely. As revealed in Final Fantasy XIII-2 Fragments After, out of a desire for Bhunivelze's attention, Etro tore up her body and disappeared from the world. Lindzei used her spilled blood to create the first human: a girl named Yeul, who was made in Etro's likeness, and by extension, Mwynn. Entering Valhalla, the middle realm between the unseen realm and the visible world, Etro found Mwynn who was almost overtaken by the chaos that festered as a result of Bhunivelze's attempt to reach the unseen realm. Before disappearing into the chaos, Mwynn tasked Etro with protecting the world balance. The goddess grew fond of the beings created from her blood and bestowed each of them with a piece of the chaos, which became their heart. Etro also acted as their guide: when a person died, their heart and soul would retreat to Valhalla, melt into the chaos, and Etro would retrieve the soul from inside it and guide it back to the mortal realm to be reborn. The English localizations of the Final Fantasy XIII games make no distinction between "heart" and "soul", but they remain separate entities in the Japanese versions.
  • [[Fichier:Etro_par_Yoshitaka_Amano.jpg|thumb|Représentation d'Etro dans Final Fantasy XV, par Yoshitaka Amano]] Etro (エトロ, Etoro) est une déesse fal'Cie qui entre dans l'histoire de la série Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy.
  • [[Archivo:Divinidad Erto Amano.jpg|right|thumb|Imagen artística de Etro por Yoshitaka Amano.]] Etro (エトロ, Etoro?) es una diosa fal'Cie en la compilación de Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy y en Final Fantasy XV.
  • Etro der Weise, der Erste Bürger (und der letzte ) der Marn, stirbt durch das Gift von Zohmer Felzt. . * Mythor-Fundort: My1 .
  • Secondo la mitologia ufficiale della Fabula Nova Crystallis, il mondo è diviso in due parti: una visibile, regno dei viventi e una invisibile, regno dei morti. Quest'ultima è stata creata da Muin, la dea creatrice, dopo essere stata deposta dal figlio Bhunivelze, che desiderava regnare incontrastato. Il dio vedeva la perfezione nel suo regno, ma la presenza della morte come parte di esso lo tormentava. Credendo che la morte fosse una maledizione creata dalla madre per minare il suo dominio, Bhunivelze creò tre divinità, Pulse, Etro e Lindzei, perchè cercassero la porta per il regno invisibile e distruggessero definitivamente Muin. Bhunivelze, tuttavia, aveva inconsciamente creato Etro troppo simile alla propria madre, dunque decise di non affidarle alcun potere, temendo che potesse rivoltarsi contro di lui. Dopo aver affidato il suo regno ai due figli rimanenti, Bhunivelze entrò in un sonno di cristallo, da cui si sarebbe risvegliato solo qualora la porta fosse stata trovata. Mentre Pulse e Lindzei plasmavano il mondo mortale creando altri fal'Cie per gestirlo al meglio, Etro era sola. Nel tentativo di farsi notare da Bhunivelze, Etro disgregò il proprio corpo e scomparve nel regno invisibile. Dal suo sangue versato nacque il primo essere umano, una ragazza di nome Yeul, modellata a immagine di Etro e, per estensione, di Muin. Nel regno invisibile, Etro si ritrovò a Valhalla, dove incontrò Muin, ormai quasi del tutto consumata dal caos che pervadeva l'area. Prima di scomparire per sempre, la dea madre affidò a Etro il compito di mantenere intatto l'equilibrio tra i due mondi, o tutto sarebbe finito. Condannata a vivere lontana dal mondo in cui era nata, Etro si sentì in qualche modo legata agli esseri umani, che i fal'Cie usavano come mere pedine per i loro scopi, e dopo la morte raggiungevano Valhalla tramite la porta delle anime: decise dunque di donare loro un frammento del caos, il "cuore", che diventasse la loro più grande forza anche nell'ora più buia.