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* HeroicSelfDeprecation: You'll see this side of him should you recruit him. It culminates even further if he's Morgan's father, telling him in event tiles that he should feel ashamed of having, in his own mind, the worst father in the world. [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments It turns out he isn't in the slightest]].

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* HeroicSelfDeprecation: You'll see this side of him should you recruit him. It culminates even further if he's Morgan's father, telling him in event tiles that he should feel ashamed of having, in his own mind, the worst father in the world. [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments It turns out he isn't in the slightest]].slightest.



-->[[SugarWiki/HeartWarmingMoments “How in blazes did you get me to... love you? If you're trying to make a new man of me, it's... working.”.]]

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-->[[SugarWiki/HeartWarmingMoments “How -->“How in blazes did you get me to... love you? If you're trying to make a new man of me, it's... working.”.]]



* SeriousBusiness: PlayedForLaughs in the [=EXPonential=] Growth DLC, where he chastises vegetarian Entombeds for [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments eating another man's lettuce]].

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* SeriousBusiness: PlayedForLaughs in the [=EXPonential=] Growth DLC, where he chastises vegetarian Entombeds for [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments eating another man's lettuce]].lettuce.


[[spoiler:'''As an NPC unit in Paralogue 21:''' ''"I have...nothing left to regret..."'']]\\

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[[spoiler:'''As an NPC unit in Paralogue 21:''' ''"I ''"[[IRegretNothing I have...nothing left to regret..."'']]\\]]"'']]\\

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* FighterMageThief: The Thief to Walhart's Fighter and Validar's Mage.


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* FighterMageThief: The Fighter to Validar's mage and Gangrel's Thief.


* BanditMook: He and his group are classed as Brigands.



* BanditMook: He and his group are classed as Brigands.

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* BanditMook: He and his group are classed as Brigands.



* BanditMook: Both are Brigands and lead Brigand armies.



* BanditMook: He and his group are classed as Brigands.



* BanditMook: One who relies on deception and hiding behind others to get what he wants, ranking him lower even than the other examples of this. At least they can be praised for their VillainousValour.



* BanditMook: He's just there to capture and sell wyverns.



* BanditMook: He and his group are classed as Brigands.


* DarkMessiah: Worshipped like a god by the vast majority of his subjects to the point of suicidal fanaticism, despite the fact that he's a self-aggrandizing brute who wants to forcibly TakeOverTheWorld.

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* DarkMessiah: Worshipped Worshiped like a god by the vast majority of his subjects to the point of suicidal fanaticism, despite the fact that he's a self-aggrandizing brute who wants to forcibly TakeOverTheWorld.



* TinTyrant: He's encased in red armour save for his lack of helmet.

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* TinTyrant: He's encased in red armour armor save for his lack of helmet.



* {{Ubermensch}}: Actually an example more in-tune with the original meaning of the term, he has a great distate for religion and when dueling Chrom in Chapter 19, critisizes him for living on borrowed ideals. [[spoiler:In fact, as an ally his main conflict revolves around whether or not he is the {{Ubermensch}}. The Avatar compliments his physical capabilities, but Walhart scoffs at the notion of such an advantage being worthy of praise because as far as he's concerned, the moment his maxim was unable to defeat the Avatar's, he sunk below being an {{Ubermensch}} and, by virtue of having defeated him, the Avatar must be it.]]

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* {{Ubermensch}}: Actually an example more in-tune with the original meaning of the term, he has a great distate distaste for religion and when dueling Chrom in Chapter 19, critisizes criticizes him for living on borrowed ideals. [[spoiler:In fact, as an ally his main conflict revolves around whether or not he is the {{Ubermensch}}. The Avatar compliments his physical capabilities, but Walhart scoffs at the notion of such an advantage being worthy of praise because as far as he's concerned, the moment his maxim was unable to defeat the Avatar's, he sunk below being an {{Ubermensch}} and, by virtue of having defeated him, the Avatar must be it.]]

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** It's worth noting that Yen'Fay is standing on a ordinary tile, however.


* EvilCannotComprehendGood: He thought that [[spoiler:revealing the truth about Yen'fay's sacrifice and defection to Valm]] would completely break Say'ri. While she ''does'' enter a HeroicBSOD, Say'ri ultimately pulls herself back together, ultimately getting angry enough to embark on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Excellus and, if the player allows it, [[LaserGuidedKarma chop his filthy head off]].



* {{Jerkass}}: For starters, he gleefully reveals the truth behind [[spoiler:Yen'fay's defection to Walhart]] ''after'' he's been killed simply to see the horrified look on Say'ri's face.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Excellus isn't just evil, he's a thoroughly callous and unpleasant dick. For starters, he gleefully reveals shows up to reveal the truth behind about [[spoiler:Yen'fay's defection to Walhart]] Walhart ''after'' he's been killed simply purely to KickTheDog and revel in Say'ri's misery, outright laughing in her face over it; he even admits outright that he told Say'ri the AwfulTruth just so he could see the horrified look on Say'ri's face.her face]].

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* HeelFaceDoorSlam: Of a sort. [[spoiler:Even if he tries to turn over a new leaf by joining the heroes, aside from the Avatar and Emmeryn, nobody is willing to forgive him for what he did, and unless the Avatar marries him, his ending reveals he died alone in a gutter somewhere a few years after the final battle against Grima. Notably, he is the only recruitable enemy who doesn't get a happy ending. Walhart goes and conquers a distant land, Yen'fay possibly returns home, and Aversa goes to her hometown to start her life over again.]]

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* {{Breaking the Fourth Wall}}: After clearing The Golden Gaffe, one of them will say:
-->It's like me old mum used to say, "If at first you don't succeed, play the level again and try not to louse it up this time!"


--->''"[[spoiler:Only a wretch would grasp at the gold clinking in the pockets of others. You want to steal from a conqueror? Best pray that coin doesn't melt in hell.]]''

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--->''"[[spoiler:Only a wretch would grasp at the gold clinking in the pockets of others. You want to steal from a conqueror? Best pray that coin doesn't melt in hell.]]'']]"''


-->''"ME, JOIN YOU?! Does a pegasus join with the flea on its back? A dragon, with a cow it eats?! You forget your place, BOY. I am the Conqueror! I will unite the world! "''

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-->''"ME, JOIN YOU?! Does a pegasus join with the flea on its back? A dragon, with a cow it eats?! You forget your place, BOY. I am the Conqueror! I will unite the world! "''world!"''
** Gets another impressive one [[spoiler:in the Golden Gaffe DLC]].
--->''"[[spoiler:Only a wretch would grasp at the gold clinking in the pockets of others. You want to steal from a conqueror? Best pray that coin doesn't melt in hell.]]''


* EvenEvilHasStandards: He's sometimes friendly with Excellus, but only to set up ways to screw with him. In reality, Cervantes hates him just as much as everyone else.



* InsaneTrollLogic: His line of logic basically goes: I haven't shaved since my first battle. I haven't lost since then. Ergo, my mustache makes me invincible.
** He actually did lose a fight once, to Say'ri. So much that he calls her his 'Mortal Enemy'.

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* InsaneTrollLogic: His line of logic basically goes: I haven't shaved since my first battle. I haven't lost since then. Ergo, my mustache makes me invincible.
** He
invincible.[[note]]He actually did lose a fight once, to Say'ri. So much that he calls her his 'Mortal Enemy'.[[/note]]



* BreakHerHeartToSaveHer: If Yen'fay did not submit to Walhart, [[spoiler:Excellus would have had Say'ri killed outright. As a result, he silently turns against her, choosing to aid a war he doesn't believe in rather than condemn his sister.]]

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* BreakHerHeartToSaveHer: If Yen'fay did not submit to Walhart, [[spoiler:Excellus would have had Say'ri killed outright. As a result, he silently turns against her, choosing to aid a war he doesn't believe in rather than condemn his sister.]]sister]].



* IronicEcho: Yen'fay states that [[IHaveNoSon has no sister]] before you face him in Chapter 18. [[spoiler:If his AlternateSelf survives Paralogue 21, he, too, denies that he is Say'ri's brother, but this time, he offers his sword to her cause.]]
* KilledOffForReal: In the main story, his death is ultimately [[spoiler:a way to maintain his end of the bargain against Excellus' threats on Say'ri]].

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* IronicEcho: Yen'fay states that [[IHaveNoSon he has no sister]] before you face him in Chapter 18. [[spoiler:If his AlternateSelf survives Paralogue 21, he, too, denies that he is Say'ri's brother, but this time, he offers his sword to her cause.]]
* KilledOffForReal: In the main story, his death is ultimately [[spoiler:a way to maintain his end of the bargain against Excellus' threats on Say'ri]]. [[spoiler:Even when he returns as a [=SpotPass=] character, it's explicitly a different version of him, making him the only such character who died and is still actually dead.]]



* WhiteHairBlackHeart: Subverted, seeing he's only in Valm's side because [[spoiler:Excellus threatens him with Say'ri's life]].

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* WhiteHairBlackHeart: Subverted, seeing as he's only in Valm's side because [[spoiler:Excellus threatens him with Say'ri's life]].
* WorfHadTheFlu: [[spoiler:It's heavily implied he essentially throws his fight against you as part of it being a SuicideByCop. If Say'ri is the one to kill him, she outright ''says'' that wasn't his best fighting.]]



* TheCombatPragmatist: He has ''no'' intention of fighting his duel with Kjelle honorably. Furthermore, the whole thing was kicked off when he murdered Kjelle's master by taking a hostage then killing him when he went to lay down his weapon. He claims that such tricks blind people to the possibility that he could put up a decent fight otherwise, making them easy prey.

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* TheCombatPragmatist: CombatPragmatist: He has ''no'' intention of fighting his duel with Kjelle honorably. Furthermore, the whole thing was kicked off when he murdered Kjelle's master by taking a hostage then killing him when he went to lay down his weapon. He claims that such tricks blind people to the possibility that he could put up a decent fight otherwise, making them easy prey.



* DirtyCoward: Though he claims it's cleverness, Kjelle is quick to point out that taking a hostage when faced with an armed opponent to drop their guard is nothing more than cowardice.

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* DirtyCoward: Though he claims it's cleverness, Kjelle is quick to point out that taking a hostage when faced with an armed opponent to drop their guard is nothing more than cowardice.a cowardly act that not even an animal would resort to.


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* JustYouAndMeAndMyGuards: He has a veritable horde of {{Mooks}} waiting in the shadows when Kjelle arrives for their duel.
-->'''Kjelle:''' Coward! You promised me a duel, you soulless blackheart!\\
'''Cassius:''' Indeed I did. Consider all these men my seconds, heh.

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-->'''Walhart:''' I simply... conquered. [[MightMakesRight Power was my justice, my everything.]] I brought the world to new depths of terror. [[EvilFeelsGood I let it... intoxicate me.]] You will need strength like mine in these trying times. Try to wield it wisely.

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-->'''Walhart:''' --->'''Walhart:''' I simply... conquered. [[MightMakesRight Power was my justice, my everything.]] I brought the world to new depths of terror. [[EvilFeelsGood I let it... intoxicate me.]] You will need strength like mine in these trying times. Try to wield it wisely.


The unforgiving man who forged the Valmese Empire and unified the continent by force. He loathes losers and cowards and sought to unite the world through absolute power. While he holds down his opposition by force, he has the charisma needed to lead a country. Has a strict personality and his manner of speaking is difficult to understand.

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The unforgiving man who forged the Valmese Empire and unified the continent by force. He loathes losers and cowards and sought to unite the world through absolute power. While he holds down his opposition by force, he has the charisma needed to lead a country. Has a strict personality and his manner of speaking is difficult to understand.
understand. He's noticeably older than the rest of the playable characters, Einherjar cards and [[DirtyOldMan Old Hubba]] notwithstanding, and he's at the helm of an empire that conquered an entire continent.



* BadassGrandpa: He's noticeably older than the rest of the playable characters, Einherjar cards and [[DirtyOldMan Old Hubba]] notwithstanding, and he's at the helm of an empire that conquered an entire continent.

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