History Characters / FireEmblemTheSacredStones

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Oh, she's one of the kindest individuals out there, but if you dare screw with her, or Ephraim, she won't hesitate to cut you where you stand... Well, unless you're Lyon. But she'll still cut you after she's done hesitating.

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Oh, she's one of the kindest individuals out there, but if you dare screw with her, or Ephraim, she won't hesitate to cut you down where you stand... Well, unless you're Lyon. But she'll still cut you down after she's done hesitating.



** BigDamnHeroes: But she also rescues Innes, Gerik and Tethys in her route, and is far more successful at that.

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** BigDamnHeroes: But she also rescues Innes, Gerik Gerik, and Tethys in her route, and is far more successful at that.



* {{Expy}}: Her growths, and bases are almost dead on with [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Elibe's]] Lyndis.

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* {{Expy}}: Her growths, growths and bases are almost dead on with [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Elibe's]] Lyndis.



* WideEyedIdealist: As seen with IdiotBall above. However, this doesn't stop her from being ...

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* WideEyedIdealist: As seen with IdiotBall above. However, this doesn't stop her from being ...being...



* TheAce: Deconstructed. For the first part of the story, it seems Ephraim can get through ''anything''. However, when he gets back to Renais, Seth tells him that the citizens are ''not'' cheering for his return. They're only happy because [[spoiler:Orson's reign of terror is over]]. Ephraim takes this as the sign that his LeeroyJenkins tendencies haven't been great for his people and begins to mature from then on. Not only that, but his fame as TheAce is one of the biggest reasons why his friends Innes and [[spoiler:Lyon]], distanced themselves from and envied him, despite their own talents. In the first case Ephraim only sees it as normal FriendlyRivalry, but Innes takes it more seriously to the point of telling Eirika that he'll only propose to her after defeating Ephraim; in the latter, [[PlayedForDrama there is nothing funny about it]], since [[spoiler:Ephraim ''adores'' Lyon and never ever sees him as inferior, so he's struck ''hard'' (read: he's driven to tears) when he learns about Lyon's psychological troubles and how a part of them can be linked to seeing himself as inferior to Ephraim.]]

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* TheAce: Deconstructed. For the first part of the story, it seems Ephraim can get through ''anything''. However, when he gets back to Renais, Seth tells him that the citizens are ''not'' cheering for his return. They're only happy because [[spoiler:Orson's reign of terror is over]]. Ephraim takes this as the sign that his LeeroyJenkins tendencies haven't been great for his people and begins to mature from then on. Not only that, but his fame as TheAce is one of the biggest reasons why his friends Innes and [[spoiler:Lyon]], [[spoiler:Lyon]] distanced themselves from and envied him, despite their own talents. In the first case case, Ephraim only sees it as normal FriendlyRivalry, but Innes takes it more seriously to the point of telling Eirika that he'll only propose to her after defeating Ephraim; in the latter, [[PlayedForDrama there is nothing funny about it]], since [[spoiler:Ephraim ''adores'' Lyon and never ever sees him as inferior, so he's struck ''hard'' (read: he's driven to tears) when he learns about Lyon's psychological troubles and how a part of them can be linked to seeing himself as inferior to Ephraim.]]



* {{Badass}}: He's so badass that everyone fears him as a prince who impales his enemies and gives their blood to dogs.[

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* {{Badass}}: He's so badass that everyone fears him as a prince who impales his enemies and gives their blood to dogs.[



* BigBrotherInstinct [[BigBrotherMentor Mentor]]: Both siblings are of the same age, but he acts as one to her anyway. Also applies in his relationship with Myrrh - she specifically asks if she can call him "brother" in their C Support, and their deepening relationship is this as opposed to romantic.

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* BigBrotherInstinct [[BigBrotherMentor Mentor]]: Both siblings are of the same age, but he acts as one to her anyway. Also applies in his relationship with Myrrh - -- she specifically asks if she can call him "brother" in their C Support, and their deepening relationship is this as opposed to romantic.



* BrilliantButLazy: Ephraim hates scholarly study and spent his youth trying to get out of as many history and diplomacy lessons as possible--he leaves that to Eirika. As a result, he's a fantastic tactician and fighter, but not as good a diplomat as a royal heir ought to be. (Contrast with Eirika, who lacks in the strategic and tactics field but is pretty good at diplomacy).

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* BrilliantButLazy: Ephraim hates scholarly study and spent his youth trying to get out of as many history and diplomacy lessons as possible--he possible -- he leaves that to Eirika. As a result, he's a fantastic tactician and fighter, but not as good a diplomat as a royal heir ought to be. (Contrast with Eirika, who lacks in the strategic and tactics field but is pretty good at diplomacy).diplomacy.)



** Gameplay wise, his promoted class is very similar to a lance-locked Eliwood, complete with the same stat caps, and similar animations,
* LightningBruiser: Very good offensive growths, and decent defensive parameters to boot. Once he's trained up a bit, as he'll max out a few stats usually pre-promotion and a good chance of most after promoting.

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** Gameplay wise, Gameplay-wise, his promoted class is very similar to a lance-locked Eliwood, complete with the same stat caps, caps and similar animations,
animations.
* LightningBruiser: Very good offensive growths, and decent defensive parameters to boot. Once he's trained up a bit, as bit he'll max out a few stats usually pre-promotion and a good chance of most after promoting.



* TheHero: Come Chapter 8 and the end of the First Story Arc he joins up with Eirika, and from then on they share this role in-story.

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* TheHero: Come Chapter 8 and the end of the First Story Arc Arc, he joins up with Eirika, and from then on they share this role in-story.



* IncestSubtext: Strictly in the localized version of her support with Ephraim due to a mistranlation. In the original Japanese version he pats her head instead of stroking her face.

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* IncestSubtext: Strictly in the localized version of her support with Ephraim due to a mistranlation. In the original Japanese version version, he pats her head instead of stroking her face.



* TenderTears: Only once and only on his own Route, but [[TearJerker it's quite a moving moment]] when the calm and composed Ephraim becomes misty-eyed.

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* TenderTears: Only once and only on his own Route, route, but [[TearJerker it's quite a moving moment]] when the calm and composed Ephraim becomes misty-eyed.



* TheAce: Let's count the ways. He's a high ranking general in the Renais Army, Eirika's personal protector, will become the main lords advisor and is arguably the best character in the entire game, with perfect availability and great Growth Rates. There's a reason most people consider Seth the best Pre Promote in the series.

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* TheAce: Let's count the ways. He's a high ranking general in the Renais Army, Eirika's personal protector, will become the main lords advisor lord's advisor, and is arguably the best character in the entire game, with perfect availability and great Growth Rates. There's a reason most people consider Seth the best Pre Promote pre-promote in the series.



* InfinityMinusOneSword: The Silver Lance he starts off with. One of the best weapons only available very late in the game. Unfortunately only Seth can wield it early in the game due to it's high Weapon Rank A requirement. In speed or efficiency runs, Javelins will serve as this to Seth, not only giving him a range weapon, but also to counterattack mages or archers.

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* InfinityMinusOneSword: The Silver Lance he starts off with. One of the best weapons only available very late in the game. Unfortunately Unfortunately, only Seth can wield it early in the game due to it's its high Weapon Rank A requirement. In speed or efficiency runs, Javelins will serve as this to Seth, not only giving him a range weapon, but also to counterattack mages or archers.



* FriendlyRival: He and Amelia try to help one another's growth by being friendly rivals in both their supports and Amelia's supports with Dussel. By the time he and Amelia reach A support (and implied in Amelia and Neimi's A support) their relationship has deepened considerably.

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* FriendlyRival: He and Amelia try to help one another's growth by being friendly rivals in both their supports and Amelia's supports with Dussel. By the time he and Amelia reach A support (and implied in Amelia and Neimi's A support) support), their relationship has deepened considerably.



* {{Badass}}: Especially for one of the poorly balanced Fighter class. Granted he's a bit rusty at first -- due to his retirement, no doubt -- but trained up back into form and ... oh ''yeah''.

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* {{Badass}}: Especially for one of the poorly balanced Fighter class. Granted Granted, he's a bit rusty at first -- due to his retirement, no doubt -- but get him trained up back into form and ...and... oh ''yeah''.



* MightyGlacier: Garcia is tied with Lute for the best attack growth in the game, has subpar defenses compensated by ridiculous HP, and he even has a decent skill growth...All topped with a horrible speed base and growth. He will only hit once a round, but it will be a good one.

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* MightyGlacier: Garcia is tied with Lute for the best attack growth in the game, has subpar defenses compensated by ridiculous HP, and he even has a decent skill growth...All all topped with a horrible speed base and growth. He will only hit once a round, but it will be a good one.



* MementoMacguffin: A handmirror that belonged to her MissingMom. Colm went to the bandits' hideout specifically to retrieve it. Another other is her archery gauntlet that she uses in battle.

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* MementoMacguffin: A handmirror that belonged to her MissingMom. Colm went to the bandits' hideout specifically to retrieve it. Another other is her archery gauntlet that she uses in battle.



* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Like L'Arachel, she's very much on her own wavelength, and her thought process is incomprehensible to others. If she and Artur marry, it's implied her son is just as odd as she is, as she starts studying the child's "baffling habits" with as much interest as her magic. (Curiously, her and Kyle's son is normal in behavior - likely because Kyle is the one mostly raising him).

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Like L'Arachel, she's very much on her own wavelength, and her thought process is incomprehensible to others. If she and Artur marry, it's implied her son is just as odd as she is, as she starts studying the child's "baffling habits" with as much interest as her magic. (Curiously, her and Kyle's son is normal in behavior - -- likely because Kyle is the one mostly raising him).



* GlassCannon: Her magic growth is only second to [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Binding Blade's]] Lilina, in the GBA games, and her speed is usually good enough to double most enemies; all this topped with great luck, which ensures that she won't be hit by anything. She's still a mage however; when they ''do'' land, decent physical attacks leave her down for the count, unless there's a healer nearby.

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* GlassCannon: Her magic growth is only second to [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Binding Blade's]] Lilina, Lilina in the GBA games, and her speed is usually good enough to double most enemies; all this topped with great luck, which ensures that she won't be hit by anything. She's still a mage mage, however; when they ''do'' land, decent physical attacks leave her down for the count, unless there's a healer nearby.



* BrilliantButLazy: He's an excellent fighter but he has a tendency to fall asleep in the saddle--in fact, he even has a special saddle so he won't fall off.

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* BrilliantButLazy: He's an excellent fighter fighter, but he has a tendency to fall asleep in the saddle--in saddle -- in fact, he even has a special saddle so he won't fall off.



A knight who serves Ephraim and is in his party starting [[spoiler: and ending]] with Chapter 5x. [[spoiler: In Chapter 8, he betrays the heroes and takes residence in Renais Castle. He spends the rest of his days with his EmptyShell of a revived wife, Monica, pretending that she is alive, [[LackOfEmpathy uncaring of his surroundings]]. He is the boss of Chapter 16, where he (as well as said zombified wife) is killed by Ephraim and his group.]]

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A knight who serves Ephraim and is in his party starting [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and ending]] with Chapter 5x. [[spoiler: In [[spoiler:In Chapter 8, he betrays the heroes and takes residence in Renais Castle. He spends the rest of his days with his EmptyShell of a revived wife, Monica, pretending that she is alive, [[LackOfEmpathy uncaring of his surroundings]]. He is the boss of Chapter 16, where he (as well as said zombified wife) is killed by Ephraim and his group.]]



* BladeOnAStick: As a paladin he can use lances, but he seems to prefer swords.
* BrownEyes: Reflective of his role as a noble knight of Renais. [[spoiler: When you fight him in Chapter 13, they've dulled to a more grayish color.]]

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* BladeOnAStick: As a paladin paladin, he can use lances, but he seems to prefer swords.
* BrownEyes: Reflective of his role as a noble knight of Renais. [[spoiler: When [[spoiler:When you fight him in Chapter 13, 16, they've dulled to a more grayish color.]]



* CrutchCharacter: He does have solid growths, and he can solo the chapter he debuts in, but its a waste of XP when you realize that [[spoiler: that's the ''only'' chapter where he's playable before he makes a FaceHeelTurn.]]
* DespairEventHorizon [[spoiler:''and'' LoveMakesYouEvil: He and Monica were very HappilyMarried. Monica, however, was an IllGirl and died some time before the game started. The loss threw Orson in such an emotional and moral turmoil that when Riev offered to revive her, he immediately betrayed his land to get a chance to have his beloved wife back.]]

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* CrutchCharacter: He does have solid growths, and he can solo the chapter he debuts in, but its a waste of XP when you realize that [[spoiler: that's [[spoiler:that's the ''only'' chapter where he's playable before he makes a FaceHeelTurn.]]
* DespairEventHorizon [[spoiler:''and'' LoveMakesYouEvil: He and Monica were very HappilyMarried. Monica, however, was an IllGirl and died some time before the game started. The loss threw Orson in into such an emotional and moral turmoil that when Riev offered to revive her, he immediately betrayed his land to get a chance to have his beloved wife back.]]



* SanitySlippage: [[spoiler:He's normal, if slightly grim, when he's on your side, but by the time of his return he's totally lost it.]]
* ThereAreNoTherapists: [[spoiler: Orson could not deal with the grief of losing his wife. Without any other options, it ate away at him until he went insane.]]

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* SanitySlippage: [[spoiler:He's normal, if slightly grim, when he's on your side, but by the time of his return return, he's totally lost it.]]
* ThereAreNoTherapists: [[spoiler: Orson [[spoiler:Orson could not deal with the grief of losing his wife. Without any other options, it ate away at him until he went insane.]]



* WutaiTheft: [[spoiler:He runs off with any weapons on him, once Ephraim's side-quest is completed.]]

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* WutaiTheft: [[spoiler:He runs off with any weapons on him, him once Ephraim's side-quest is completed.]]



** FridgeBrilliance: After you've gone into Creature Campaign on a completed file, you can no longer view the epilogue...[[WMG/FireEmblem because the Creature Campaign specifically takes place]] ''[[WMG/FireEmblem after]]'' [[WMG/FireEmblem the epilogue]]. Therefore, Innes is already King of Frelia and Hayden is either retired or dead.

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** FridgeBrilliance: After you've gone into Creature Campaign on a completed file, you can no longer view the epilogue... [[WMG/FireEmblem because the Creature Campaign specifically takes place]] ''[[WMG/FireEmblem after]]'' [[WMG/FireEmblem the epilogue]]. Therefore, Innes is already King of Frelia and Hayden is either retired or dead.



->''"I've stronger armor then you do. I'll take the lead. Watch my back."

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->''"I've stronger armor then than you do. I'll take the lead. Watch my back."



* TheSouthpaw: Noted in his supports with Garcia that he wields his lance in his left hand, however this [[GameplayAndStorySegregation does not]] appear in his sprite.

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* TheSouthpaw: Noted in his supports with Garcia that he wields his lance in his left hand, however hand; however, this [[GameplayAndStorySegregation does not]] appear in his sprite.



* AbsentMindedProfessor: He seems either somewhat absent minded or too devoted to his work, such as in his A support with Gilliam, where he is revealed to have carried the crown at King Hayden's coronation, and dropped the crown when a young Gilliam yelled at him to get a hold of himself, or in his supports with Syrene in which he forgets his own birthday.

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* AbsentMindedProfessor: He seems either somewhat absent minded absent-minded or too devoted to his work, such as in his A support with Gilliam, where he is revealed to have carried the crown at King Hayden's coronation, and dropped the crown when a young Gilliam yelled at him to get a hold of himself, or in his supports with Syrene in which he forgets his own birthday.



* WeakButSkilled: As a Bishop. Moulder's fairly mediocre growths are outweighed by his ridiculous constitution, and effective damage against monsters. He won't be the fastest or the strongest, but he'll be able to heft the heavier light tomes without any penalties, and his low magic is compensated by triple damage against monsters; AKA. the only creatures you'll face, postgame.

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* WeakButSkilled: As a Bishop. Moulder's fairly mediocre growths are outweighed by his ridiculous constitution, and effective damage against monsters. He won't be the fastest or the strongest, but he'll be able to heft the heavier light tomes without any penalties, and his low magic is compensated by triple damage against monsters; AKA. AKA the only creatures you'll face, postgame.face post-game.



* PluckyGirl: Never tell her to StayInTheKitchen or to abandon her friends. Doubled when she manages to recruit Cormag (who even lampshades it) by basically sweet-talking him into a HeelFaceTurn on first sight, and when [[spoiler: she snaps Ephraim out of an HeroicBSOD in his path, just like L'Arachel does to Eirika in hers.]]

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* PluckyGirl: Never tell her to StayInTheKitchen or to abandon her friends. Doubled when she manages to recruit Cormag (who even lampshades it) by basically sweet-talking him into a HeelFaceTurn on first sight, and when [[spoiler: she [[spoiler:she snaps Ephraim out of an HeroicBSOD in his path, just like L'Arachel does to Eirika in hers.]]



* BenevolentBoss: Towards Gerik and Tethys. Tries to get them to abandon him by firing them so they can at least save themselves, thanks them afterwards for not doing so and promptly re-hires them while doubling their pay.

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* BenevolentBoss: Towards Gerik and Tethys. Tries to get them to abandon him by firing them so they can at least save themselves, thanks them afterwards for not doing so so, and promptly re-hires them while doubling their pay.



* DistressBall: In Eirika's path, he's trapped and surrounded alongside Gerik and Tethys in the mountains so Eirika and her group save them; later, he shares one with Eirika as [[spoiler: the whole group is trapped in the burning Jehanna Hall.]]
* {{Expy}}: Of [[Characters/FireEmblemElibeSwordOfSeals Klein]]. Comes from a noble house; joins about halfway through the game[[note]]although Innes joins later in Ephraim's route[[/note]] as a Level 1 Sniper, but unlike [[CrutchCharacter most prepromoted units]], is potentially useful in the endgame if trained properly; is a [[AloofBigBrother cold]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold but]] [[BigBrotherInstinct caring]] older brother to [[BigBrotherWorship an adoring sister]] [[WellDoneSonGuy who only wants to make him proud]]; has a strong friendship with a [[GoodScarsEvilScars battle-scarred mercenary]] and potentially gets romantically involved with one of his [[BodyguardCrush pegasus knight subordinates]]...even the length of their names is the same, at least in English.

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* DistressBall: In Eirika's path, he's trapped and surrounded alongside Gerik and Tethys in the mountains mountains, so Eirika and her group save them; later, he shares one with Eirika as [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the whole group is trapped in the burning Jehanna Hall.]]
* {{Expy}}: Of [[Characters/FireEmblemElibeSwordOfSeals Klein]]. Comes from a noble house; joins about halfway through the game[[note]]although Innes joins later in Ephraim's route[[/note]] as a Level 1 Sniper, but unlike [[CrutchCharacter most prepromoted units]], is potentially useful in the endgame if trained properly; is a [[AloofBigBrother cold]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold but]] [[BigBrotherInstinct caring]] older brother to [[BigBrotherWorship an adoring sister]] [[WellDoneSonGuy who only wants to make him proud]]; has a strong friendship with a [[GoodScarsEvilScars battle-scarred mercenary]] and potentially gets romantically involved with one of his [[BodyguardCrush pegasus knight subordinates]]... even the length of their names is the same, at least in English.



* GuileHero: Not only he's a very skilled archer, but the leader of the spy network in Frelia.

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* GuileHero: Not only he's is he a very skilled archer, but the leader of the spy network in Frelia.



The Queen of Jehanna, known as "Ismaire of the White Dunes". Just, wise, calm and kind-hearted, she has been reigning alone ever since her husband perished and her son left the palace. Very well-loved by her people. [[spoiler: Sadly murdered by Caellach about halfway through the game. Her son is actually Joshua the Myrmidon.]]

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The Queen of Jehanna, known as "Ismaire of the White Dunes". Just, wise, calm calm, and kind-hearted, she has been reigning alone ever since her husband perished and her son left the palace. Very well-loved by her people. [[spoiler: Sadly [[spoiler:Sadly murdered by Caellach about halfway through the game. Her son is actually Joshua the Myrmidon.]]



* SacrificialLion: As Queen of Jehanna, she's supposedly the strongest of all of the mercenaries. [[spoiler: However, she doesn't put up much of a fight when Caellach comes for her Sacred Stone.]]
* StupidSacrifice: [[spoiler:Gives her life in an attempt to stop Caellach from destroy Jehanna's sacred stone... except this doesn't stop Caellach from getting it anyway, nor does it even inconvenience him in any way. It could almost be a SenselessSacrifice, except Caellach attempts to talk her out of it and basically [[LampshadeHanging Lampshades]] that it wouldn't stop him taking the stone either way.]]

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* SacrificialLion: As Queen of Jehanna, she's supposedly the strongest of all of the mercenaries. [[spoiler: However, [[spoiler:However, she doesn't put up much of a fight when Caellach comes for her Sacred Stone.]]
* StupidSacrifice: [[spoiler:Gives her life in an attempt to stop Caellach from destroy destroying Jehanna's sacred stone... except this doesn't stop Caellach from getting it anyway, nor does it even inconvenience him in any way. It could almost be a SenselessSacrifice, except Caellach attempts to talk her out of it and basically [[LampshadeHanging Lampshades]] that it wouldn't stop him taking the stone either way.]]



* BornUnlucky: A running gag is that Joshua will lose whatever coin toss or endeavor he attempts early on; even when he rigs it.

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* BornUnlucky: A running gag RunningGag is that Joshua will lose whatever coin toss or endeavor he attempts early on; even when he rigs it.



* DiscOneNuke: As expected from an early game myrmidon; the moment he joins you, Joshua will destroy anything with his killing edge. Even without it, he can still hold his own pretty well.

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* DiscOneNuke: As expected from an early game myrmidon; the moment he joins you, Joshua will destroy anything with his killing edge.Killing Edge. Even without it, he can still hold his own pretty well.



* KilledOffForReal: Joshua is notable as the only [[spoiler: crowned royal that can die, instead of retreating or causing a game over.]]

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* KilledOffForReal: Joshua is notable as the only [[spoiler: crowned [[spoiler:crowned royal that can die, instead of retreating or causing a game over.]]



* MeaningfulName: Joshua (occasionally known as [[NamesTheSame Jesus of Nun]]) is a warrior from the Bible, noted for being born in Egypt before the Exodus, one of the twelve spies sent to search out Canaan, Moses' apprentice and successor, and an extremely good leader in battle. Admittedly understated in English speaking countries as Joshua is a very common name, but it's ''not'' that common in Japan.

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* MeaningfulName: Joshua (occasionally known as [[NamesTheSame Jesus of Nun]]) is a warrior from the Bible, noted for being born in Egypt before the Exodus, one of the twelve spies sent to search out Canaan, Moses' apprentice and successor, and an extremely good leader in battle. Admittedly understated in English speaking English-speaking countries as Joshua is a very common name, but it's ''not'' that common in Japan.



* TheSixthRanger: [[spoiler: Of the royals, since he's the prince of Jehanna. Interestingly, he has no plot relevance linked to this, and it's possible to miss it entirely if you go through Ephraim's route.]]

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* TheSixthRanger: [[spoiler: Of [[spoiler:Of the royals, since he's the prince of Jehanna. Interestingly, he has no plot relevance linked to this, and it's possible to miss it entirely if you go through Ephraim's route.]]



* WouldntHitAGirl: Well, he won't hit Natasha, and she can walk up to him without fear of him retaliating. He ''will'' cut down anyone else within range though, male or female.
* YouKilledMyFather: ZigZagged. [[spoiler: In Erika's route, he kills Caellach both out of rage for having killed his mother and because Caellach offended him by treating his kingdom as the spoils of war. In Ephraim's route, you can have him confront his mother's killer, but he never shows any anger towards him, and even says that while he does intend to kill him, it's because he has to, not because it's personal.]]

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* WouldntHitAGirl: Well, he won't hit Natasha, and she can walk up to him without fear of him retaliating. He ''will'' cut down anyone else within range range, though, male or female.
* YouKilledMyFather: ZigZagged. [[spoiler: In [[spoiler:In Erika's route, he kills Caellach both out of rage for having killed his mother and because Caellach offended him by treating his kingdom as the spoils of war. In Ephraim's route, you can have him confront his mother's killer, but he never shows any anger towards him, and even says that while he does intend to kill him, it's because he has to, not because it's personal.]]



* PrideBeforeAFall: [[spoiler:According to his supports with Tethys, Gerik got his scar when he got a little too confident on his abilities and challenged a mighty hero, but got almost killed by him. When the other spared his life, he was knocked off his pedestal and reconsidered his SuicidalOverconfidence.]]

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* PrideBeforeAFall: [[spoiler:According to his supports with Tethys, Gerik got his scar when he got a little too confident on of his abilities and challenged a mighty hero, but got almost killed by him. When the other spared his life, he was knocked off his pedestal and reconsidered his SuicidalOverconfidence.]]



* CompletelyMissingThePoint: In his B support with Myrrh, discussing why her chest feels funny seeing L'Arachel and Ephraim together.

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* CompletelyMissingThePoint: In his B support with Myrrh, discussing why [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything her chest feels funny funny]] seeing L'Arachel and Ephraim together.



* ChronicHeroSyndrome - {{Workaholic}}: She often works herself to the point of collapsing since she simply ''can't'' turn a blind eye to the necessities of others. Pointed out by the concerned Joshua and Seth in their supports.

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* ChronicHeroSyndrome - -- {{Workaholic}}: She often works herself to the point of collapsing since she simply ''can't'' turn a blind eye to the necessities of others. Pointed out by the concerned Joshua and Seth in their supports.



* NotAfraidOfYouAnymore: If you have her fight Gheb, her former commanding officer after recruiting her on Ephraim's route:

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* NotAfraidOfYouAnymore: If you have her fight Gheb, her former commanding officer officer, after recruiting her on Ephraim's route:



* ParentalAbandonment: Her unnamed father was killed when Silva was ransacked by bandits. Her mother, Melina, was abducted in another bandit raid. [[spoiler:She`s actually alive and in another Grado place, thanks to Duessel.]]

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* ParentalAbandonment: Her unnamed father was killed when Silva was ransacked by bandits. Her mother, Melina, was abducted in another bandit raid. [[spoiler:She`s [[spoiler:She's actually alive and in another Grado place, thanks to Duessel.]]



* ZettaiRyouiki: Similar to most Pegasus Knights interestingly enough.

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* ZettaiRyouiki: Similar to most Pegasus Knights Knights, interestingly enough.



* HiddenDepths: His supports have him be surprisingly simple and pleasant soldier at first, but later he shows a pretty good understanding of how awful and selfish the war is, especially when he still held fond memories of Grado and Emperor Vigarde.

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* HiddenDepths: His supports have him be a surprisingly simple and pleasant soldier at first, but later he shows a pretty good understanding of how awful and selfish the war is, especially when he still held fond memories of Grado and Emperor Vigarde.



* LivingEmotionalCrutch: Subverted. Duessel worried that [[spoiler: Glen was this for Cormag, who would either be on the enemy side or deceased.]] Cormag assures him otherwise and that [[spoiler:his brother]] would accept his choice.

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* LivingEmotionalCrutch: Subverted. Duessel worried that [[spoiler: Glen [[spoiler:Glen was this for Cormag, who would either be on the enemy side or deceased.]] Cormag assures him otherwise and that [[spoiler:his brother]] would accept his choice.



* RevengeBeforeReason: Almost played straight in Eirika's route. [[spoiler: Just to insult the two brothers even further, Valter manipulates Cormag into going on a mistaken RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Eirika, where he'd most likely die, either by her troops or later be killed for disobeying orders.]]

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* RevengeBeforeReason: Almost played straight in Eirika's route. [[spoiler: Just [[spoiler:Just to insult the two brothers even further, Valter manipulates Cormag into going on a mistaken RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Eirika, where he'd most likely die, either by her troops or later be killed for disobeying orders.]]



* YouKilledMyFather: At first, to Eirika. When that's cleared, he switches this towards the real culprit - [[spoiler:Valter]]. Averted in Ephraim's route, since Cormag was on the opposite side of the continent and was already serving Ephraim when Glen was killed.

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* YouKilledMyFather: At first, to Eirika. When that's cleared, he switches this towards the real culprit - -- [[spoiler:Valter]]. Averted in Ephraim's route, since Cormag was on the opposite side of the continent and was already serving Ephraim when Glen was killed.



* BadassGrandpa: He's old to remember a time when everyone lived in harmony.

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* BadassGrandpa: He's old enough to remember a time when everyone lived in harmony.



* DefectorFromDecadence: He defected after having it with Vigarde's new attidude

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* DefectorFromDecadence: He defected after having it with Vigarde's new attidudeattitude.



* DifficultButAwesome: Whether he's promoted into Druid or Summoner, Knoll's staff level will always start at E aka the lowest. If the player trains him up to level B at least, however, thanks to Knoll's high Magic growths, s/he will have an extremely powerful healer able to use the Physic Staff to heal injured units ''even at literally the other side of the screen''.

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* DifficultButAwesome: Whether he's promoted into Druid or Summoner, Knoll's staff level will always start at E E, aka the lowest. If the player trains him up to level B at least, however, thanks to Knoll's high Magic growths, s/he will have an extremely powerful healer able to use the Physic Staff to heal injured units ''even at literally the other side of the screen''.



* BrilliantButLazy: Due to his raising. He's an excellent ConMan and dancer but he's also horribly apathetic.

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* BrilliantButLazy: Due to his raising. He's an excellent ConMan and dancer dancer, but he's also horribly apathetic.



* ChekhovsGunman Alongside L' Archel and Dozla (then he goes off on his own).

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* ChekhovsGunman ChekhovsGunman: Alongside L' Archel and Dozla (then he goes off on his own).



* GentlemanThief: He is very vain, especially evident in his supports with Colm where he constantly brags about his fashion sense compared to Colm's tattered rags. Colm later turns this against him by stealing a brooch of his vest, [[MagnificentBastard only to find that Rennac had swapped his real brooch with a cheap knock off because he knew Colm would try to steal it.]]

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* GentlemanThief: He is very vain, especially evident in his supports with Colm where he constantly brags about his fashion sense compared to Colm's tattered rags. Colm later turns this against him by stealing a brooch of his vest, [[MagnificentBastard only to find that Rennac had swapped his real brooch with a cheap knock off knock-off because he knew Colm would try to steal it.]]



* VisibleSigh: You can see in it his face when Ephraim dosen't kill him on the spot.

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* VisibleSigh: You can see it in it his face when Ephraim dosen't kill him on the spot.



* FailureKnight: [[spoiler:Saleh once accidentally killed a good person in the battlefield, and he could never forgive himself for that. Said guy turned out to be Gerik's old friend.]]

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* FailureKnight: [[spoiler:Saleh once accidentally killed a good person in on the battlefield, and he could never forgive himself for that. Said guy turned out to be Gerik's old friend.]]



The legendary Great Dragon who led the original defeat of the Demon King (but was never known for it), the elder of the Manakete tribe and the adoptive father of Myrrh. He tries to stop the Demon King again when he returns to Darkling Woods. [[spoiler: It ends very, ''very'' badly.]]

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The legendary Great Dragon who led the original defeat of the Demon King (but was never known for it), the elder of the Manakete tribe and the adoptive father of Myrrh. He tries to stop the Demon King again when he returns to Darkling Woods. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It ends very, ''very'' badly.]]



* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler: If you were wondering how much of a threat the Demon King is, Morva's death should drive it home for you.]]

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* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler: If [[spoiler:If you were wondering how much of a threat the Demon King is, Morva's death should drive it home for you.]]



* TragicMonster: [[spoiler: The hero of the ancient war turned into an abomination and forced to fight a new generation of heroes and his own daughter. It's not a good feeling.]]

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* TragicMonster: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The hero of the ancient war turned into an abomination and forced to fight a new generation of heroes and his own daughter. It's not a good feeling.]]



* TheBigGuy: Yes, she ''does'' qualify for this - see 'FiveManBand' on the main page.

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* TheBigGuy: Yes, she ''does'' qualify for this - -- see 'FiveManBand' on the main page.



* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: Fulfilling Fire Emblem tradition, she's your requisite unit that can turn into a dragon.

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* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: Fulfilling Fire Emblem ''Fire Emblem'' tradition, she's your requisite unit that can turn into a dragon.



* SelfMadeOrphan: [[spoiler: (Sorta, if you make her fight the already zombie-fied Morva. [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential Happy now, you bastard/bitch?]])]]
* SuperweaponSurprise: Myrrh is such a sweet, shy girl but, when she uses her Dragonstone, she becomes a fricking huge dragon that can kill most enemies in one shot.

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* SelfMadeOrphan: [[spoiler: (Sorta, [[spoiler:(Sorta, if you make her fight the already zombie-fied Morva. [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential Happy now, you bastard/bitch?]])]]
* SuperweaponSurprise: Myrrh is such a sweet, shy girl girl, but, when she uses her Dragonstone, she becomes a fricking huge dragon that can kill most enemies in one shot.



* AntiVillain: [[spoiler: Lyon is just as kind and gentle as Erika and Ephraim remember. However, a combination of a desire to save his people, his grief at his father's passing, his insecurities regarding his ability to lead his country, and being possessed by the Demon King have turned him into a villain.]]

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* AntiVillain: [[spoiler: Lyon [[spoiler:Lyon is just as kind and gentle as Erika and Ephraim remember. However, a combination of a desire to save his people, his grief at his father's passing, his insecurities regarding his ability to lead his country, and being possessed by the Demon King have turned him into a villain.]]



* FightingFromTheInside:[[spoiler: Most apparent in Ephraim's route.]]

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* FightingFromTheInside:[[spoiler: Most FightingFromTheInside: [[spoiler:Most apparent in Ephraim's route.]]



* HeroicSelfDeprecation: In Erika and Ephraim's flashback's he's noticeably self-effacing. Both Erika and Ephraim find it charming.[[spoiler: However, the game brutally Deconstructs it. Lyon's self-deprecation is a symptom of severe feelings of inadequacy, which drives him to become the chief antagonist.]]

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* HeroicSelfDeprecation: In Erika and Ephraim's flashback's flashbacks, he's noticeably self-effacing. Both Erika and Ephraim find it charming.[[spoiler: However, [[spoiler:However, the game brutally Deconstructs it. Lyon's self-deprecation is a symptom of severe feelings of inadequacy, which drives him to become the chief antagonist.]]



* UnluckyChildhoodFriend:(to Eirika)
* WellDoneSonGuy: (to Vigarde)

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* UnluckyChildhoodFriend:(to Eirika)
UnluckyChildhoodFriend: to Eirika.
* WellDoneSonGuy: (to Vigarde)to Vigarde.



* BigBad: [[spoiler:Revealed to be controlling Lyon throughout Eirika's route, this bringing him to this for her route.]]

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* BigBad: [[spoiler:Revealed to be controlling Lyon throughout Eirika's route, this thus bringing him to this for her route.]]



* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler: Lyon's recent turn to evil, the plot to destroy the Sacred Stones, and Grado's invasion of the other nations are all his doing.]]
* MoreThanMindControl:[[spoiler: On Lyon, arguably.]]
* NoNameGiven: Only averted right at the end of the story, where [[spoiler:his map data displays his name]]. Until then he's just referred to as the Demon King.

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* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler: Lyon's [[spoiler:Lyon's recent turn to evil, the plot to destroy the Sacred Stones, and Grado's invasion of the other nations are all his doing.]]
* MoreThanMindControl:[[spoiler: On MoreThanMindControl: [[spoiler:On Lyon, arguably.]]
* NoNameGiven: Only averted right at the end of the story, where [[spoiler:his map data displays his name]]. Until then then, he's just referred to as the Demon King.



* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler: His soul was sealed in Grado's Sacred Stone until Lyon's tampering set him free.]]

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* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler: His [[spoiler:His soul was sealed in Grado's Sacred Stone until Lyon's tampering set him free.]]



* TrueFinalBoss: [[spoiler: When Lyon falls, he takes full control, making him the very last boss the group has to face.]]

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* TrueFinalBoss: [[spoiler: When [[spoiler:When Lyon falls, he takes full control, making him the very last boss the group has to face.]]



* BigBad: As the Emperor of Grado, Ephraim has to defeat him to end the war. [[spoiler: However, this is a subversion. Not only is Vigarde not responsible for the war, but he's been dead for quite some time.]]
* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler: Lyon's attempt at necromancy had some...unfortunate results.]]
* SoullessShell: [[spoiler: His body's back from the dead. His mind, however, is gone for good.]]

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* BigBad: As the Emperor of Grado, Ephraim has to defeat him to end the war. [[spoiler: However, [[spoiler:However, this is a subversion. Not only is Vigarde not responsible for the war, but he's been dead for quite some time.]]
* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler: Lyon's [[spoiler:Lyon's attempt at necromancy had some...unfortunate results.]]
* SoullessShell: [[spoiler: His [[spoiler:His body's back from the dead. His mind, however, is gone for good.]]



* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler: No, he's not responsible for the Grado invasion. He's just a corpse.]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: Sort of - if you played Ephraim's route first without ''any'' spoilers, he definitely comes across as this.
* EvilOverlord: Subverted. He's responsible [[spoiler: at least ostensibly]] for the war with Grado, but before he decides to invade his neighbors, he's known to be a kind, gentle, and benevolent ruler. Part of the reason why the initial invasion of Renais is so successful is that ''no one'' saw it coming.
* FatalFlaw: {{Pride}}, the only weakness in an otherwise just and wise man. [[spoiler: It drives him to keep his illness a secret from his people and to not seek Renais' aid from an impending natural disaster. Both have disastrous consequences.]]

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* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler: No, [[spoiler:No, he's not responsible for the Grado invasion. He's just a corpse.]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: Sort of - -- if you played Ephraim's route first without ''any'' spoilers, he definitely comes across as this.
* EvilOverlord: Subverted. He's responsible [[spoiler: at [[spoiler:at least ostensibly]] for the war with Grado, but before he decides to invade his neighbors, he's known to be a kind, gentle, and benevolent ruler. Part of the reason why the initial invasion of Renais is so successful is that ''no one'' saw it coming.
* FatalFlaw: {{Pride}}, the only weakness in an otherwise just and wise man. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It drives him to keep his illness a secret from his people and to not seek Renais' aid from an impending natural disaster. Both have disastrous consequences.]]



* PosthumousCharacter [[spoiler: He's dead well in advance of the main plot. Lyon's grief about this is what kickstarts the story.]]

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* PosthumousCharacter [[spoiler: He's [[spoiler:He's dead well in advance of the main plot. Lyon's grief about this is what kickstarts the story.]]



* EvilWeapon: [[spoiler: Grabbing Duessel's cursed lance is the reason he is what he is.]]

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* EvilWeapon: [[spoiler: Grabbing [[spoiler:Grabbing Duessel's cursed lance is the reason he is what he is.]]



* NoSell: Magic and bows won't two-shot him like the other Wyvren riders surrounding him due to his Fili Shield and surprisingly high Resistance. Luckily you can loot the Fili Shield once you defeat him.

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* NoSell: Magic and bows won't two-shot him like the other Wyvren riders surrounding him due to his Fili Shield and surprisingly high Resistance. Luckily Luckily, you can loot the Fili Shield once you defeat him.



* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: [[spoiler: He was a mere JerkAss at the beginning, but once he got his hands on [[EvilWeapon Duessel's cursed lance]] to defend himself in battle after his weapon was broken, he became ten thousand times worse.]]

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* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He was a mere JerkAss at the beginning, but once he got his hands on [[EvilWeapon Duessel's cursed lance]] to defend himself in battle after his weapon was broken, he became ten thousand times worse.]]



* WorthyOpponent: She and Ephraim each consider each other this, so much so that Ephraim [[spoiler: deeply regrets being forced to kill her.]]

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* WorthyOpponent: She and Ephraim each consider each other this, so much so that Ephraim [[spoiler: deeply [[spoiler:deeply regrets being forced to kill her.]]



* AntiVillain: He has strong misgivings about the Emperor and his plans, but goes through with it anyway because that's what knights do. [[spoiler: He very well might have joined Erika if Valter hadn't interfered.]]

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* AntiVillain: He has strong misgivings about the Emperor and his plans, but goes through with it anyway because that's what knights do. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He very well might have joined Erika if Valter hadn't interfered.]]



* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler: Valter kills him before he can complete his HeelFaceTurn.]]
* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:He dies pretty much [[TheWorfEffect to prove how dangerous and psychotic Valter is]] and prompt Cormag going in his RoaringRampageOfRevenge. And provide tension story-wise, because he's a fricking ''general''.]]

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* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler: Valter [[spoiler:Valter kills him before he can complete his HeelFaceTurn.]]
* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:He dies pretty much [[TheWorfEffect to prove how dangerous and psychotic Valter is]] and prompt Cormag going in on his RoaringRampageOfRevenge. And provide tension story-wise, because he's a fricking ''general''.]]



* TheUnfought: At the moment where you might have had a boss battle with him, he opts to simply speak with Erika instead. [[spoiler: Before he has a second chance, Valter kills him.]]

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* TheUnfought: At the moment where you might have had a boss battle with him, he opts to simply speak with Erika instead. [[spoiler: Before [[spoiler:Before he has a second chance, Valter kills him.]]



* {{Badass}}: He singlehandedly conquers the nation of Jehanna. He also effortlessly tackles Frelia's tower of Valni, crushing its Sacred Stone in the process (albeit with Selena's help.) His on-screen success rate is unparalleled by any of the other Six Generals.

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* {{Badass}}: He singlehandedly conquers the nation of Jehanna. He also effortlessly tackles Frelia's tower of Valni, crushing its Sacred Stone in the process (albeit with Selena's help.) help). His on-screen success rate is unparalleled by any of the other Six Generals.



* {{Foil}}: To Selena. Both are the least extreme of their own general triad (Selena had doubts about Grado but remained loyal, unlike Duessel and Glen; Caellach is a bastard but Valter and Riev are both monsters). Selena is extremely loyal to Vigarde, while Caellach is TheStarscream and mocks him whenever he can get away with it.

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* {{Foil}}: To Selena. Both are the least extreme of their own general triad (Selena had doubts about Grado but remained loyal, unlike Duessel and Glen; Caellach is a bastard bastard, but Valter and Riev are both monsters). Selena is extremely loyal to Vigarde, while Caellach is TheStarscream and mocks him whenever he can get away with it.



* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: Notably averted with [[spoiler: Ismaire]] since [[PragmaticVillainy he's not interested in that sort of thing]], he just needed her out of the way. This sets him apart from [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil Valter and (maybe) Riev]].

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* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: Notably averted with [[spoiler: Ismaire]] [[spoiler:Ismaire]] since [[PragmaticVillainy he's not interested in that sort of thing]], he just needed her out of the way. This sets him apart from [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil Valter and (maybe) Riev]].



* LastWords: Well, all named units have them, but he asks the last guard standing at the Tower of Valni if he asks any (and is a bit insulted that the guy used them [[DefiantToTheEnd to insult him]]).
* NoPronunciationGuide: It's anyone's guess, but it it's anything like the real life name "Ceallach," it's pronounced "kell-ACK"

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* LastWords: Well, all named units have them, but he asks the last guard standing at the Tower of Valni if he asks has any (and is a bit insulted that the guy used them [[DefiantToTheEnd to insult him]]).
* NoPronunciationGuide: It's anyone's guess, but it it's anything like the real life name "Ceallach," it's pronounced "kell-ACK""kell-ACK".



* WouldntHitAGirl: [[InformedAttribute Or so he claims]]; it doesn't stop him from fighting with [[GameplayAndStorySegregation female characters]], nor does it stop him from [[spoiler:killing Ismaire. To his credit, he ''did'' try to talk her down and give her a chance to live. Valter (and *maybe* Riev) [[IHaveYouNowMyPretty would probably have done worse]].]]

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* WouldntHitAGirl: [[InformedAttribute Or so he claims]]; it doesn't stop him from fighting with [[GameplayAndStorySegregation female characters]], nor does it stop him from [[spoiler:killing Ismaire. To his credit, he ''did'' try to talk her down and give her a chance to live. Valter (and *maybe* ''maybe'' Riev) [[IHaveYouNowMyPretty would probably have done worse]].]]



* TheDragon: [[spoiler: But not to Lyon or Vigarde. Rather, he's this to the Demon King.]]

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* TheDragon: [[spoiler: But [[spoiler:But not to Lyon or Vigarde. Rather, he's this to the Demon King.]]



* {{Foil}}: To Duessel. Both are loyal to their lords (Vigarde and Lyon) as long as they agree with their Lord's ideals ([[spoiler:Lyon simply hides his true nature in Ephraim's route, while Vigarde doesn't.]]), both abandon their homeland (Grado and Rausten) to fight for the opposite side against each other.

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* {{Foil}}: To Duessel. Both are loyal to their lords (Vigarde and Lyon) as long as they agree with their Lord's ideals ([[spoiler:Lyon simply hides his true nature in Ephraim's route, while Vigarde doesn't.]]), doesn't]]), both abandon their homeland (Grado and Rausten) to fight for the opposite side against each other.



* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: A curious example. When you recruit him, he has his Light mastery set as S, the only playable character who has his mastery level set as this upon recruitment. This also means that as a Bishop, his Staff mastery cannot reach S, which means he won't be able to wield one-half of Rausten's Sacred Twins: the Latona Staff. He can however wield the other half: the Light Tome Ivaldi, but there is a catch. Bishops have a passive skill called Slayer, which causes them to deal thrice the normal damage to monster. Ivaldi, being a Sacred Twin Relic, deals twice the normal damage to monsters. One would expect that a Bishop wielding an Ivaldi would deal [[ForMassiveDamage massive damage]] to that Draco Zombie, but NOPE. A GameBreakingBug causes Bishops to lose their Slayer bonus when using an Ivaldi tome, with the 2x amplification overwriting the 3x amplification instead of stacking to 6x, effectively weakening Riev's damage output. Hence, this means that Riev not only has been physically kicked by the Rausten council, he was in all aspects severed from the very core of Rausten, that even its relics forsake his existence.
* {{Gonk}}: He appears sallow and corpse-like, ugly compared to even the worst looking of his comrades.

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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: A curious example. When you recruit him, he has his Light mastery set as S, the only playable character who has his mastery level set as this upon recruitment. This also means that as a Bishop, his Staff mastery cannot reach S, which means he won't be able to wield one-half of Rausten's Sacred Twins: the Latona Staff. He can however can, however, wield the other half: the Light Tome Ivaldi, but there is a catch. Bishops have a passive skill called Slayer, which causes them to deal thrice the normal damage to monster.monsters. Ivaldi, being a Sacred Twin Relic, deals twice the normal damage to monsters. One would expect that a Bishop wielding an Ivaldi would deal [[ForMassiveDamage massive damage]] to that Draco Zombie, but NOPE. A GameBreakingBug causes Bishops to lose their Slayer bonus when using an Ivaldi tome, with the 2x amplification overwriting the 3x amplification instead of stacking to 6x, effectively weakening Riev's damage output. Hence, this means that Riev not only has been physically kicked by the Rausten council, he was in all aspects severed from the very core of Rausten, that even its relics forsake his existence.
* {{Gonk}}: He appears sallow and corpse-like, ugly compared to even the worst looking worst-looking of his comrades.



* RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil: Just look at how he applauds Valter for his savagery in the desert chapter. He might not indulge in this particular act himself but he sure as hell ''praises'' it.

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* RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil: Just look at how he applauds Valter for his savagery in the desert chapter. He might not indulge in this particular act himself himself, but he sure as hell ''praises'' it.



A general from Jehanna and the bodyguard for Queen Ismaire, who has been in love for her for years - this makes him easy to manipulate for Caellach and his group. [[spoiler:Trained her RebelPrince son, Joshua, in swordplay.]]

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A general from Jehanna and the bodyguard for Queen Ismaire, who has been in love for her for years - -- this makes him easy to manipulate for Caellach and his group. [[spoiler:Trained her RebelPrince son, Joshua, in swordplay.]]



* UnintentionalBackupPlan: [[spoiler: When capturing Ephraim fails, he cleverly spreads a rumour that Ephraim ''was'' captured and is to be executed in order to lure Eirika in. It works until Ephraim hurries back in time, meets up with Eirika, and they team up to defeat him.]]

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* UnintentionalBackupPlan: [[spoiler: When [[spoiler:When capturing Ephraim fails, he cleverly spreads a rumour that Ephraim ''was'' captured and is to be executed in order to lure Eirika in. It works until Ephraim hurries back in time, meets up with Eirika, and they team up to defeat him.]]



* OptionalBoss: Shows up as a mini-boss a few chapters after he appeared first as a normal boss, in a chapter that already has another boss already (Two if you end up fighting Cormag instead of recruiting him).

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* OptionalBoss: Shows up as a mini-boss a few chapters after he appeared first as a normal boss, in a chapter that already has another boss already (Two (two if you end up fighting Cormag instead of recruiting him).



* FaceDeathWithDignity: If he survives the Hamill Canyon stage. [[spoiler: He knows that Caellach will tell him "YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness", but still faces him [[DefiantToTheEnd and tells him "screw you"]] before dying at his hands.]]

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* FaceDeathWithDignity: If he survives the Hamill Canyon stage. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He knows that Caellach will tell him "YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness", but still faces him [[DefiantToTheEnd and tells him "screw you"]] before dying at his hands.]]



-->'''Aias''': Very...impressive. You've pierced the battle formations I'd perfected... No one's ever done that. Renais's tactician has earned my highest regard.

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-->'''Aias''': Very... impressive. You've pierced the battle formations I'd perfected... No one's ever done that. Renais's tactician has earned my highest regard.



* BadBoss: Tells a reluctant [[FacelessGoons generic soldier]] that he'll burn him to the stake if he refuses to follow orders and that no one cares whether he or his comrades live or die. When Amelia (a fresh recruit who had not even finished her training) calls him out, Gheb sends her to the first combat lines. Then say this as the battle starts.
--> '''Gheb''': Form up, you useless worms. Don't let those dogs near the throne. Grado cannot afford to lose a brilliant tactician of my stature! No one will blink if any of you worthless toads dies. But if I die-- You should be happy to fight, kill, and die in my service!.

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* BadBoss: Tells a reluctant [[FacelessGoons generic soldier]] that he'll burn him to the stake if he refuses to follow orders and that no one cares whether he or his comrades live or die. When Amelia (a fresh recruit who had not even finished her training) calls him out, Gheb sends her to the first combat lines. Then say says this as the battle starts.
--> '''Gheb''': Form up, you useless worms. Don't let those dogs near the throne. Grado cannot afford to lose a brilliant tactician of my stature! No one will blink if any of you worthless toads dies. But if I die-- die -- You should be happy to fight, kill, and die in my service!.service!



* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: Implied with Tana….

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* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: Implied with Tana….Tana.



* KickTheDog: A lot for a minor boss. In addition to the implication of what he'll do Tana and treating his soldiers like crap, he also calls Duessel a washed up coward.

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* KickTheDog: A lot for a minor boss. In addition to the implication of what he'll do to Tana and treating his soldiers like crap, he also calls Duessel a washed up washed-up coward.
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* BerserkButton: First, don't threaten Ross. Two, don't damage his BadassBeard.

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* BerserkButton: First, don't threaten Ross. Two, don't Don't damage his BadassBeard.



* BerserkButton: Do not kill Glen or he will get mad and attack.
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The Princess of Renais. [[LadyOfWar Elegant, beautiful]], [[PluckyGirl strongwilled and just]], as well as into diplomacy and politics rather than into war despite being [[ActionGirl an accomplished swordswoman]], but also being [[IncestSubtext heavily implied]] to have an [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous crush]] on [[{{Twincest}} her twin brother Ephraim]] (though she can form relationships with her other friend Innes or other male characters, via supports). When Grado invaded Renais, Eirika escaped with [[TheLancer her guardian]] [[HeroesWantRedheads Seth]] to the neighboring Frelia and worked her way to uncover the mystery of Grado's invasion, one that leads to [[spoiler: a resurrection of [[SealedEvilInACan the Demon King Fomortiis]].]]

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The Princess of Renais. [[LadyOfWar Elegant, beautiful]], [[PluckyGirl strongwilled and just]], as well as into diplomacy and politics rather than into war despite being [[ActionGirl an accomplished swordswoman]], but also being [[IncestSubtext heavily implied]] to have an [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous crush]] on [[{{Twincest}} her twin brother Ephraim]] (though she can form relationships with her other friend Innes or other male characters, via supports).combat. When Grado invaded Renais, Eirika escaped with [[TheLancer her guardian]] [[HeroesWantRedheads Seth]] to the neighboring Frelia and worked her way to uncover the mystery of Grado's invasion, one that leads to [[spoiler: a resurrection of [[SealedEvilInACan the Demon King Fomortiis]].]]
]] Though she initially has limited experience in combat, her experiences turn her into [[ActionGirl an accomplished swordswoman]] and a compelling leader.



* ACupAngst: Angst is somewhat strong of a word, but Eirika was not amused when Ephraim joked in a flashback that she can dress up like him and become king in his place because "[She's] so skinny, I doubt anyone would notice [she's] not really a man.".



* IncestSubtext: Not stated outright, but the implications are there. Both Lyon and Innes seem to think she couldn't love them while Ephraim's around, although let's face it, they're not the most reliable source.

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* IncestSubtext: Not stated outright, but Strictly in the implications are there. Both Lyon and Innes seem localized version of her support with Ephraim due to think she couldn't love them while Ephraim's around, although let's face it, they're not a mistranlation. In the most reliable source.original Japanese version, he pats her head instead of stroking her face.



* LockedOutOfTheLoop: With regards to her bracelet. She really can't be blamed for giving it away when nobody's told her it's anything other than royal jewelry, when it's really [[spoiler:part of the seal on the Demon King]].

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* LockedOutOfTheLoop: With regards to her bracelet. She really can't be blamed for giving it away when nobody's told her it's anything other than royal jewelry, when it's really [[spoiler:part of the seal on the Demon King]].for Renais's Sacred Stone]].



* MyGreatestFailure: [[spoiler:Her unwillingness to let go of Lyon allows the Demon King to destroy Renais's Sacred Stone, nearly dooming the entire world. She takes it extremely poorly, but manages to work up the resolve to overcome her grief with the support from her friends.]]



* IncestSubtext: Not stated outright, but the implications are there...

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* IncestSubtext: Not stated outright, but Strictly in the implications are there...localized version of her support with Ephraim due to a mistranlation. In the original Japanese version he pats her head instead of stroking her face.
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* [[spoiler:BreathWeapon / ArmorPiercingAttack: Wretched Air has a range of 1-2 and, since he deals fixed damage, anyone nearby with 36 HP or less will be [[OneHitKill One-Hit Killed]].]]

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* [[spoiler:BreathWeapon BreathWeapon / ArmorPiercingAttack: Wretched [[spoiler:Wretched Air has a range of 1-2 and, since he deals fixed damage, anyone nearby with 36 HP or less will be [[OneHitKill One-Hit Killed]].]]



* [[spoiler:SacrificialLion: He dies pretty much [[TheWorfEffect to prove how dangerous and psychotic Valter is]] and prompt Cormag going in his RoaringRampageOfRevenge. And provide tension story-wise, because he's a fricking ''general''.]]

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* [[spoiler:SacrificialLion: He SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:He dies pretty much [[TheWorfEffect to prove how dangerous and psychotic Valter is]] and prompt Cormag going in his RoaringRampageOfRevenge. And provide tension story-wise, because he's a fricking ''general''.]]


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* TheHeretic: He was labeled a heretic by Mansel and the Rausten court, presumably for worshipping the Demon King.
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* HumbleHero Humble: She displays this pretty openly, given her ''normal'' disposition towards people.

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* HumbleHero Humble: HumbleHeroine: She displays this pretty openly, given her ''normal'' disposition towards people.



* TheWisePrince : Hardly an idiot by any measure of the imagination in spite of this. For instance, she might have been shocked with [[DarkIsEvil Novala's]] [[DirtyCoward tactics]] in Chapter 6, but she quickly told him to shut his trap when he gloated too much and warned him she wouldn't stand for her citizens being abused.

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* TheWisePrince : TheWisePrincess: Hardly an idiot by any measure of the imagination in spite of this. For instance, she might have been shocked with [[DarkIsEvil Novala's]] [[DirtyCoward tactics]] in Chapter 6, but she quickly told him to shut his trap when he gloated too much and warned him she wouldn't stand for her citizens being abused.
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This is a list of characters in [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones]].

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This is a list of characters in [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones]].''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones''.



-''“I may be young, but I'm every bit a Knight of Renais.”''

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-''“I ->''“I may be young, but I'm every bit a Knight of Renais.”''
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The Princess of Renais. [[LadyOfWar Elegant, beautiful]], [[PluckyGirl strongwilled and just]], as well as into diplomacy and politics rather than into war despite being [[ActionGirl an accomplished swordswoman]], but also being [[IncestSubtext heavily implied]] to have an [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous crush on her twin brother Ephraim]] (though she can form relationships with her other friend Innes or other male characters, via supports). When Grado invaded Renais, Eirika escaped with [[TheLancer her guardian]] [[HeroesWantRedheads Seth]] to the neighboring Frelia and worked her way to uncover the mystery of Grado's invasion, one that leads to [[spoiler: a resurrection of [[SealedEvilInACan the Demon King Fomortiis]].]]

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The Princess of Renais. [[LadyOfWar Elegant, beautiful]], [[PluckyGirl strongwilled and just]], as well as into diplomacy and politics rather than into war despite being [[ActionGirl an accomplished swordswoman]], but also being [[IncestSubtext heavily implied]] to have an [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous crush crush]] on [[{{Twincest}} her twin brother Ephraim]] (though she can form relationships with her other friend Innes or other male characters, via supports). When Grado invaded Renais, Eirika escaped with [[TheLancer her guardian]] [[HeroesWantRedheads Seth]] to the neighboring Frelia and worked her way to uncover the mystery of Grado's invasion, one that leads to [[spoiler: a resurrection of [[SealedEvilInACan the Demon King Fomortiis]].]]
19th Apr '16 3:31:25 AM Wuz
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* {{Gonk}}: Compounded by the fact that he fights in an army filled with inexplicably attractive characters, not to mention L'Arachel herself. He almost looks as if he stepped out of ''ShiningForce''.

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* {{Gonk}}: Compounded by the fact that he fights in an army filled with inexplicably attractive characters, not to mention L'Arachel herself. He almost looks as if he stepped out of ''ShiningForce''.''VideoGame/ShiningForce''.
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The Princess of Renais. [[LadyOfWar Elegant, beautiful]], [[PluckyGirl strongwilled and just]], as well as into diplomacy and politics rather than into war despite being [[ActionGirl an accomplished swordswoman]], but also being [[IncestSubtext heavily implied]] to have an [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous crush]] on [[{{Twincest}} her twin brother Ephraim]] (though she can form relationships with her other friend Innes or other male characters, via supports). When Grado invaded Renais, Eirika escaped with [[TheLancer her guardian]] [[HeroesWantRedheads Seth]] to the neighboring Frelia and worked her way to uncover the mystery of Grado's invasion, one that leads to [[spoiler: a resurrection of [[SealedEvilInACan the Demon King Fomortiis]].]]

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The Princess of Renais. [[LadyOfWar Elegant, beautiful]], [[PluckyGirl strongwilled and just]], as well as into diplomacy and politics rather than into war despite being [[ActionGirl an accomplished swordswoman]], but also being [[IncestSubtext heavily implied]] to have an [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous crush]] crush on [[{{Twincest}} her twin brother Ephraim]] (though she can form relationships with her other friend Innes or other male characters, via supports). When Grado invaded Renais, Eirika escaped with [[TheLancer her guardian]] [[HeroesWantRedheads Seth]] to the neighboring Frelia and worked her way to uncover the mystery of Grado's invasion, one that leads to [[spoiler: a resurrection of [[SealedEvilInACan the Demon King Fomortiis]].]]



* PimpedOutDress: In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' {{DLC}}, she dons a bride's gown

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* PimpedOutDress: In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' {{DLC}}, she dons a bride's gowngown.



* {{Expy}}: He's a little more subdued, but his somewhat rebellious attitude, tendency to charge towards his problems headfirst, and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair blue-ish hair]] might remind one of [[FireEmblemElibe Hector]].
** The chapter in which he reclaims Renais is also pretty similar to the chapter in which [[FireEmblemAkaneia Marth]] reclaims Altea.

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* {{Expy}}: He's a little more subdued, but his somewhat rebellious attitude, tendency to charge towards his problems headfirst, and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair blue-ish hair]] might remind one of [[FireEmblemElibe [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Hector]].
** The chapter in which he reclaims Renais is also pretty similar to the chapter in which [[FireEmblemAkaneia [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Marth]] reclaims Altea.



* JackOfAllTrades: He serves as the General for the elite forces of Renais, Eirika's bodguard, the party's scout and tactician, and if you use him, the party's strongest fighter.
* KnightInShiningArmor: A very important part of his character is how he wants to protect the twins and his land, as well as those who need his help. Also ties in to gameplay, as Paladins are the number 1 rescuers in battle; having one of the highest movement ranges allows them to rescue anyone in need very quickly.

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* JackOfAllTrades: He serves as the General for the elite forces of Renais, Eirika's bodguard, bodyguard, the party's scout and tactician, and if you use him, the party's strongest fighter.
* KnightInShiningArmor: A very important part of his character is how he wants to protect the twins and his land, as well as those who need his help. Also ties in to gameplay, as Paladins are the number 1 rescuers in battle; having one of the highest movement ranges allows them to rescue anyone in need very quickly.



* {{Expy}}: Similarly to Eirika with Lyndis, Neimi's stats are almost identical to those of [[FireEmblemElibe Rebecca]]. Unless you make her a Ranger, becoming more similar to Rath or a promoted Sue.

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* {{Expy}}: Similarly to Eirika with Lyndis, Neimi's stats are almost identical to those of [[FireEmblemElibe [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Rebecca]]. Unless you make her a Ranger, becoming more similar to Rath or a promoted Sue.



* GlassCannon: Her magic growth is only second to [[FireEmblemElibe Binding Blade's]] Lilina, in the GBA games, and her speed is usually good enough to double most enemies; all this topped with great luck, which ensures that she won't be hit by anything. She's still a mage however; when they ''do'' land, decent physical attacks leave her down for the count, unless there's a healer nearby.

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* GlassCannon: Her magic growth is only second to [[FireEmblemElibe [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Binding Blade's]] Lilina, in the GBA games, and her speed is usually good enough to double most enemies; all this topped with great luck, which ensures that she won't be hit by anything. She's still a mage however; when they ''do'' land, decent physical attacks leave her down for the count, unless there's a healer nearby.



* HeavySleeper: Sometimes dozes off in battle. ''Hilariously'' used in his and Vanessa's C support, where she and her pegasus almost crash on him ''and he doesn't even notice.'' Forde likes his naps so much that his horse saddle is specially outfitted for his use. That way he can nap as much as he likes while in horseback witout risking to fall off. In his supports with Eirika, he reveals that some of the dents in his armor are not collected in battle, but from falling asleep in his armor and rolling onto his weapons. Kind of a lot of them, actually.

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* HeavySleeper: Sometimes dozes off in battle. ''Hilariously'' used in his and Vanessa's C support, where she and her pegasus almost crash on him ''and he doesn't even notice.'' Forde likes his naps so much that his horse saddle is specially outfitted for his use. That way he can nap as much as he likes while in horseback witout without risking to fall off. In his supports with Eirika, he reveals that some of the dents in his armor are not collected in battle, but from falling asleep in his armor and rolling onto his weapons. Kind of a lot of them, actually.



* BigBrotherMentor: To Franz

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* BigBrotherMentor: To FranzFranz.



* IntergenerationalFriendship: With Franz and Neimi

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* IntergenerationalFriendship: With Franz and NeimiNeimi.



* BodyguardCrush: On Innes
** LadyandKnight: Genderflipped version. To the point that, if they get an A support, he specifically asks her to become his NumberTwo [[BattleCouple alongside his lover.]]

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* BodyguardCrush: On Innes
Innes.
** LadyandKnight: LadyAndKnight: Genderflipped version. To the point that, if they get an A support, he specifically asks her to become his NumberTwo [[BattleCouple alongside his lover.]]



* {{Expy}}: Bears a certain resemblance to [[FireEmblemAkaneia Caeda]], being a powerful BadassPrincess pegasus knight with blue hair, a crush on the hero, and a happy talent for winning over more good-natured enemies to your side with pluck and kindness.

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* {{Expy}}: Bears a certain resemblance to [[FireEmblemAkaneia [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Caeda]], being a powerful BadassPrincess pegasus knight with blue hair, a crush on the hero, and a happy talent for winning over more good-natured enemies to your side with pluck and kindness.



* TheOjou: older version

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* TheOjou: An older versionversion.



* HiddenDepths: He sees through Joshua's coin trick when even notably observant characters like Innes are unable to follow it; he confides in Joshua that he was a big gambler himself back in the day. There's also how he tells Ross about his dad's exploits as a war hero, his [[spoiler:greatest failure and conflict with Saleh]], and [[spoiler:his PrideBeforeAFall inicident from the past.]]

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* HiddenDepths: He sees through Joshua's coin trick when even notably observant characters like Innes are unable to follow it; he confides in Joshua that he was a big gambler himself back in the day. There's also how he tells Ross about his dad's exploits as a war hero, his [[spoiler:greatest failure and conflict with Saleh]], and [[spoiler:his PrideBeforeAFall inicident incident from the past.]]



* JackOfAllStats: As a Mercenary

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* JackOfAllStats: As a MercenaryMercenary.



* IJustWantToBeBadass: She wants to be a soldier comparable to Duessel or Selena. With your help, she can e.

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* IJustWantToBeBadass: She wants to be a soldier comparable to Duessel or Selena. With your help, she can e.can.



* FragileSpeedster: Her usual growth tendency, though she can become a speed leaning JackOfAll stats. Ironically, her proposed class in WhatCouldHaveBeen would have fit her much better than the classes she did get: [[JackOfAllStats Paladin]], [[MightyGlacier Great Knight, and General]].

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* FragileSpeedster: Her usual growth tendency, though she can become a speed leaning JackOfAll stats.JackOfAllStats. Ironically, her proposed class in WhatCouldHaveBeen would have fit her much better than the classes she did get: [[JackOfAllStats Paladin]], [[MightyGlacier Great Knight, and General]].



* {{Expy}}: To Raven, from FireEmblemElibe. Not in looks, personality, or even class; believe it or not, in ''growths''. Their growth rates are exactly the same as each other's.

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* {{Expy}}: To Raven, from FireEmblemElibe.VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe. Not in looks, personality, or even class; believe it or not, in ''growths''. Their growth rates are exactly the same as each other's.



* ForcedToWatch: [[spoiler:At Glen's mangled corpse. Valter, ''[[YouBastard you bastard]]'']]

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* ForcedToWatch: [[spoiler:At Glen's mangled corpse. Valter, ''[[YouBastard you bastard]]'']]bastard]].'']]



* {{Expy}}: Gameplay-wise, he's almost a carbon copy of [[FireEmblemElibe Pent]]. Great bases, but nigh atrocious growth rates.

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* {{Expy}}: Gameplay-wise, he's almost a carbon copy of [[FireEmblemElibe [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Pent]]. Great bases, but nigh atrocious growth rates.



* {{Expy}}: Basically [[FireEmblemElibe Narcian]] 2.0, sans his [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair hair color]].

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* {{Expy}}: Basically [[FireEmblemElibe [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Narcian]] 2.0, sans his [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair hair color]].



* {{Expy}}: Of [[FireEmblemElibe Brunnya]] and, to a lesser extent, [[FireEmblemJugdral Ishtar]].

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* {{Expy}}: Of [[FireEmblemElibe [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Brunnya]] and, to a lesser extent, [[FireEmblemJugdral [[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Ishtar]].



* PlayingWithFire: Has an Elfire tome
** DeathFromAbove: And [[ShockAndAwe a Bolting]]
* [[SelfMadeMan Self Made Woman]]: She started off a simple foot soldier before her devotion and talent allowed her to rise through the ranks all the way to general.

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* PlayingWithFire: Has an Elfire tome
tome.
** DeathFromAbove: And [[ShockAndAwe a Bolting]]
Bolting]].
* [[SelfMadeMan Self Made Woman]]: SelfMadeWoman: She started off a simple foot soldier before her devotion and talent allowed her to rise through the ranks all the way to general.



* AntiVillain: He betrays his country to Grado, but only because he's been driven mad from love of Ismaire

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* AntiVillain: He betrays his country to Grado, but only because he's been driven mad from love of IsmaireIsmaire.



* TheStarscream: [[spoiler:TSome people believe he planned to overthrow his commander, Valter.]]

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* TheStarscream: [[spoiler:TSome [[spoiler:Some people believe he planned to overthrow his commander, Valter.]]



* FatBastard: The fatest commander in Grado. Also one of the most vile.

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* FatBastard: The fatest fattest commander in Grado. Also one of the most vile.
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* {{Badass}}

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* {{Badass}}{{Badass}}: He has the potential to surpass his brother many times over.



* BigBad: As the Emperor of Grado, Ephraim has to defeat him to end the war. [[spoiler: However, this is a subversion. Not only is Vigarde not responsible for the war, but he's been dead for quite some time.]]



* DiscOneFinalBoss: Sort of - if you played Ephraim's route first without ''any'' spoilers, he definitely comes across as this

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* DiscOneFinalBoss: Sort of - if you played Ephraim's route first without ''any'' spoilers, he definitely comes across as thisthis.
* EvilOverlord: Subverted. He's responsible [[spoiler: at least ostensibly]] for the war with Grado, but before he decides to invade his neighbors, he's known to be a kind, gentle, and benevolent ruler. Part of the reason why the initial invasion of Renais is so successful is that ''no one'' saw it coming.
* FatalFlaw: {{Pride}}, the only weakness in an otherwise just and wise man. [[spoiler: It drives him to keep his illness a secret from his people and to not seek Renais' aid from an impending natural disaster. Both have disastrous consequences.]]



* StrongFamilyResemblance: He looks just like a much older Lyon with a beard.



* OptionalBoss: You don't have to fight him to win, only survive him for a set number of

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* OptionalBoss: You don't have to fight him to win, only survive him for a set number of
of turns. If you do manage to beat him, [[BraggingRightsReward he'll compliment your efforts.]]
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