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Male ♂
Elezen (Wildwood)
Fortemps Manor (6.0,6.1)
House Fortemps
Count Edmont de Fortemps (father)
Artoirel (brother)
Haurchefant (half-brother)
Honoroit (manservant)
Quest NPC
Voiced by (JP)
Kengo Takanashi
Voiced by (EN)
Stefano Braschi
Voiced by (FR)
Romain Altché
Voiced by (DE)
Marcell Mann

"What ill fortune to be born second in a society where the eldest inherits all."

— In-game description

Emmanellain is an Elezen found in Fortemps Manor.

Quests Started

Quest Type Level Quest Giver
Onwards and Upwards Main Scenario quest 50 Emmanellain
A Reward Long in Coming Main Scenario quest 50 Emmanellain
Once More, a Favor Main Scenario quest 60 Emmanellain
For Those We Have Lost Main Scenario quest 60 Emmanellain
Tracks in the Snow Main Scenario quest 82 Emmanellain

Quests Involved In

Quest Type Level Quest Giver
An Indispensable Ally Main Scenario quest 50 Laniaitte
A Series of Unfortunate Events Main Scenario quest 50 Honoroit
Hope Springs Eternal Main Scenario quest 50 Marielle
New Winds, Old Friends Main Scenario quest 54 Estinien
Against the Dying of the Light Main Scenario quest 60 Lucia
Choices Main Scenario quest 60 Thancred
A Spectacle for the Ages Main Scenario quest 60 Lucia
Heroes of the Hour Main Scenario quest 60 Alphinaud
An Ideal Marriage Sidequest 1 Curious Courier

Additional Information


The second son of House Fortemps has earned quite a reputation for himself in high society, albeit an altogether not flattering one. Lord Emmanellain, who endeavors to to attend every banquet, ball, and occasion for libations, that he might catch the faintest whisper of gossip, is regarded as frivolous and impulsive—a far cry from the respectable brother four years his senior. Yet his carefree attitude belies a kind, earnest soul, as evidenced by his relationship with his steward, Honoroit.

The two first met when the boy offered to carry Lord Emmanellain's purchases in the Jeweled Crozier for a handful of coins. On a whim, Lord Emmanellain decided to teach the nine-year-old boy letters and sums, that he might have the means to rise above his humble station. And rise he did, eventually becoming Lord Emmanellain's personal steward, demonstrating eloquence and maturity far beyond his years, so much so that on some occasions he has been mistaken for a refined noble and his master for an uncouth servant. [1]

  1. Encyclopaedia Eorzea: Volume I, page 156