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|First appearance||Secret of Mana (1993)|
|Latest appearance||Secret of Mana HD (2018)|
|Homeland||Republic of Tasnica|
|Relatives||Admiral Meria (grandfather)|
Commander Morie is a supporting character in Secret of Mana.
Secret of Mana
After wandering aimlessly in the Kakkara Desert for a while, Randi and crew notice a Sandship on the horizon. After hopping onboard, they are framed as imperial spies by the sentry, but Commander Morie, who heard the commotion, has a better idea and proceeds to split them by sending Randi to the engine room, Popoi to the kitchen, and Primm in his private quarters.
After escaping from the engine room and rejoining with Popoi, the young man and sprite erupts into the captain's quarters just in time to watch as Morie tries to force Primm to give him a back massage. She refuses and the discussion escalates as Admiral Meria enters the premise. He scolds the Commander for his rudeness but attempts to frame the party as escapees. In the meantime, the Empire is invading the vessel, making Morie panics as he urges his grandfather to surrender. The Admiral calls him an idiot and order his crew to their battle stations, much to the dismay of the sentry who would vastly prefer to side with Morie. Turns out Geshtar is piloting the raid and Randi, Popoi, and Primm are forced to battle with him.
After vanquishing the Mech Rider the Sandship is presumed destroyed in the process. Morie is seens lamenting the loss of his ship while being berated by his grandfather.
Morie is depicted as a young man with brown eyes and hair. He sports a silver suit of armor with a blue scarf & vest and baggy brown pants underneath. He also wears a silver helmet with a blue crest on top. His HD remake render portays him with a small sheated sword on his side.
Morie has a brash and immature attitude the entire time he is shown on screen. He is said to rule his crew with an iron fist and capture people stranded in the desert by turning them into slaves. He is also implied to have sexist views during his cutscene with Primm. This tendency seems to be amplified in the Japanese version. Finally, he is seen as being cowardly the minute he is informed of the Empire attack on the Sandship, preferring to surrender instead of fighting. He also seems to hide behind his grandfather when things get serious or when he can't have it his way.
Names in other languages
|Spanish||Teniente Moriel||Lieutenant Moriel|
Lieutenant Moriel (3D)
Kommandant Molière (3D)
Same as Japanese (3D)