Does this mean that the character is called 'Julius' or 'Yurius' within the patch? This is something that's always bugged me. In most discussions on forums like this, I see people call him 'Yurius', and by extension his sister is 'Yuria'. Now, I know very little about Japanese, but just by cursory inspection I can't help but feel like those are wrong somehow, and that they should actually be 'Julius' and 'Julia', despite what the literal translation might be. It seems more logical that if the phonetic is very close to an English name, that that English name would be the intended one. Also, while I would assume that 'Yuria' is pronounced with the same intonation as 'Julia', it is still quite close to the English word 'urea', which has unfortunate implications (but that's merely an aesthetic thing).
But who knows, I may be completely out to lunch on this one.
The patch goes with "Julius" and "Julia". As far as I can tell, an earlier version of the patch from years ago and before Twilkitri's work on it used "Yurius" and "Yuria". A later version from there did change it to "Julius", which required going over the script and finding and correcting every instance of "Yurius"; script editors are only human, however, so occasionally single instances of the older names slip through the cracks and persist in the newer patches. That was the case here: a single use of "Yurius" was still in there somewhere, which was finally found and fixed with this revision.
On another note, this may be a bit late but with regards to the whole Forrest/Ranger/Hero/Swordfighter/whatever thing, what are the closest translations of the sword-wielding classes in Gaiden (Alm's classes + the 'Mercenary' chain), and how similar are they to the FE4 classes in question?
Alm's classes are Fighter -> Hero. The normal FE2 sword class chain is Mercenary -> Myrmidon -> Demon Fighter (though the name of the third-tier one is very much open to interpretation, pretty much everyone calls it "Demon Fighter"). FE4's chain is a split one: Myrmidon -> Swordmaster or
Forrest. As to similarities, not really; FE2's chain is pretty much the Mercenary chain as it exists in earlier and later games, with the addition of high Resistance. Meanwhile, FE4's Myrmidon/Swordfighter strikes me as a bit of a combination of the later separate Mercenary and Myrmidon classes, generally depending on the individual character (ie Ira is more of a Myrmidon, while Holyn is more of a Mercenary). The Swordmaster is just the same as it is in later games, whereas the Forrest is pretty much a Hero without axes. Meanwhile, "Ranger" is just what FE8 called the Forrest Knight (dual sword/bow in FE8, sword-only here).
Basically, if you're looking to compare the FE4 sword classes to anything, you're better served looking later in the series than to FE2.