Martel - in Fiction

In Fiction

  • Martel, a fictional goddess in Tales of Symphonia
  • Martel (David Eddings), a white-haired renegade Pandion Knight from David Eddings' book series, The Elenium
  • Martel (FMA), from Fullmetal Alchemist

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