Ooh, we have some more Fire Emblem Engage tidbits already.
First, a quick introduction of Lythos:
The Land of Lythos is ruled by Alear’s mother, Lumiere, the Divine Dragon King. Located in the centre of Elyos, it’s a sacred realm with sunny grasslands and a refreshing breeze across the calm plateau. Alear slept at one of Lythos’s floating isles for 1000 years.
Yup, that matches with where Lythos would be in the tapestry. You could also see the same castle in the background when Alear encounters a Divine Dragon. Anyway, I’m assuming that bit of land to the far left, connected by the bridge is the “floating isle” where Alear slept. Or is the entire landmass floating?
Next, a profile for Lumiere:
Lumiere (VA: Kotono Mitsuishi) is Alear’s mother, the ruler of the Divine Dragons that govern the Land of Lythos. She’s a hero who saved the continent by cooperating with humans during the conflict with the Fell Dragon 1000 years ago.
Here’s a video where Alear meets her:
The pieces are coming together. During the previous trailer analysis, I was wondering why a Divine Dragon was shooting a beam towards the direction of Alear. So one of my guesses was correct: she was aiming at enemies behind Alear.
Also it’s nice that we get to see Lumiere early on. Presumably this is after the first map (that we know of), when Alear joins forces with Vander, Framme and Cramme and, at some point, summons Marth for the first time. It seems they’re following the trope of “more enemies, even after the fight.”