Syrene: You know I can tell when you're lying. Plus, you not eating is a dead giveaway. I mean, when's the last time you said no to a cookie? It's not a criticism. One of your most charming qualities is how you can outeat anyone. It's because of someone special, isn't it?
- There's also the thunder mage Ilyana from Fire Emblem Tellius. To start, every support conversation she has involves her being hungry. She joins your party in the 10th game at first to avenge her stomach for being fed scraps that could never satisfy her. However, at her first introduction in the 9th game, the hero assumes she's just ill. Also, other characters accuse her of using her really cute looks to get free food.
Taking this trope to the extreme, Ilyana even complains that she's dying with an empty stomach when she is killed in battle (in a game where non-plot critical characters such as herself die for real). One popular fan theory is that she has a tapeworm. Her character specific ending in Radiant Dawn states that "somewhere, she is hungry."
Even more so, one of her support conversations has her so hungry that she starts chomping on Mia's boots, much to poor Mia's horror.
** A possible explanation is that Ilyana might be a Branded from the Laguz tribe. One of the supposed hints is that the Laguz have quite large appetites, just like she does. (The other is that she has uncommonly big Physical Strength growths for a mage, again like the Laguz do).
- Ike himself is no slouch in the eating department, having an appetite that's said to rival that of any beast laguz. Especially when it comes to meat.
- Stahl in Fire Emblem Awakening is described as "the biggest glutton in the army", and is perpetually hungry. In the "Golden Gaffe" DLC, he tells the first Risen he meets that he was saving gold for a large meal. He says that his dreams is to go Walking the Earth... and taste all the local dishes he can find. (And if he marries Cherche, he is said to have put up weight after eating all her excellent cooking.)
- Panne is said to be "the one who wolfs down any food faster in the army" (paraphrased), and the aforementioned Stahl can gain her affections via cooking for her. It's kind of a Justified Trope: she's a member of the Taguel race, and her powers involve shapeshifting into a LARGE fighting bunny with a very physical fighting style.
- Nah is said to be one of these too, likely because she's a Half-Human Hybrid and a growing teenager on top of that.