- "Hey! Just what are you doing?"
"What do ya think? I wanted to have that for dinner."
"A dove? That bird's a symbol of freedom."
- ―Mullin Shetland and Dunya Scheer
|Last Exile character|
Dunya Scheer wearing her musketeer uniform
|First appearance||Isolated Pawn|
|Created by||Range Murata|
|Voiced by|| Japanese |
|Date of birth||G.D648|
|Known relatives|| Mullin Shetland (husband) |
Dunya Scheer was a musketeer in the Disith invasion of Anatoray. The platoon she was with ambushed Claus Valca and Tatiana Wisla at a supply point in the desert. Disith troops had set up in the desert to prepare for the arrival of their Migration Capsules. Dunya, tasked with executing the two, fired a shot of her rifle, missing on purpose. She ran away towards the desert as the migration capsules began falling from the sky. Upon seeing the catastrophic impacts of the capsules, she fired off shots in mourning, fearing her family and nation was now gone.
After the formation of the Alliance, Dunya went to Horizon Cave to train with the other musketeers on capturing Claudia Units. There, she met Mullin Shetland and their relationship grew. Dunya and Mullin would be stationed on the same ship during the operation on the 13th of Toragos, when the capturing of Claudia Units would occur. As the operation came to an end, Dunya came upon Mullin's bleeding body lying against the Claudia Unit's control room levers. Thinking he had died, she sat at the steps outside of the control room and wept.
When Exile was activated and Maestro Delphine's Guild toppled, Dunya was part of the funeral ceremony of Hamilcar Valca and Georges Head as a representative of the Disith people. She received the original mission cylinder that contained the Anatoray-Disith Peace Treaty for Disith from Claus Valca and Lavie Head, the children of the two great pilots.
She was also part of the people who journeyed to Earth. Her younger brothers, who had survived the migration capsules, travelled with her along with her new husband, Mullin Shetland.
- "Dunyā" is originally an Arabic word that was passed to many other languages such as Persian, Dari, Pashto, Bengali, Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi, Assamese, Sylheti, Javanese, Kurdish, Nepali, Turkish, Arumanian, North-Caucasian languages, Malay, Swahili, and Indonesian. It means "temporal world".