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* {{Patricide}}: If the player chooses her to deal the finishing blow to Jedah on the final map, she can be the one on Celica's route to commit patricide.



* SelfMadeOrphan: If the player chooses her to deal the finishing blow to Jedah on the final map, she can be the one on Celica's route to commit patricide.


* FaceOfAThug: He saved Silque in the past from bandits, but she mistook him for one of her attackers based on his "unwashed-roguish" appearance.

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* FaceOfAThug: He saved Silque in the past from bandits, but she mistook him for one of her attackers based on his "unwashed-roguish" appearance. This is an InformedDeformity as Jesse is actually very handsome and well groomed in appearance.


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* InformedDeformity: Silque describes him as resembling your typical unwashed roguish bandit in the remake when Jesse is actually very handsome and unsullied, standing in obvious contrast to the actual bandits like the Brigand Boss.


* EyepatchOfPower: Wears an eyepatch, immediately designating him as a grizzled badass. His skill with the sword are no less for it, either. ''Valentia Accordion'' revealed that he lost it in a trap devised by Rigelian nobles who resented his common upbrining.

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* EyepatchOfPower: Wears an eyepatch, immediately designating him as a grizzled badass. His skill with the sword are no less for it, either. ''Valentia Accordion'' revealed that he lost it in a trap devised by Rigelian nobles who resented his common upbrining.upbringing.



* DumbBlonde: Downplayed. He's way too eager to get into the action when he should know better, and this is what led to his capture by Grieth's pirates in the first place. That being said, he does help Saber establish a mercenary kingdom, and later rules it quite well, which is something not just any loveable rogue could do.

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* DumbBlonde: Downplayed. He's way too eager to get into the action when he should know better, and this is what led to his capture by Grieth's pirates in the first place. That being said, he does help Saber establish a mercenary kingdom, and later rules it quite well, which is something not just any loveable lovable rogue could do.


* BoobsOfSteel: One of the most damaging mages in the game and has a very ample bust further emphasized by her armor.

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* BoobsOfSteel: One of the most damaging mages in the game and has a very ample bust further emphasized by her armor.


* WeaponOfChoice: In ''Heroes'', she is the only one to use this game's version of the Excalibur spell, though it goes by the name "Dark Excalibur" differentiate it from [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight Merric]]'s version.

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* WeaponOfChoice: In ''Heroes'', she is the only one to use this game's version of the Excalibur spell, though it goes by the name "Dark Excalibur" to differentiate it from [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight Merric]]'s version.

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* WeaponOfChoice: In ''Heroes'', the Golden Dagger is tied directly to him.


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* WeaponOfChoice: In ''Heroes'', she is the only one to use this game's version of the Excalibur spell, though it goes by the name "Dark Excalibur" differentiate it from [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight Merric]]'s version.

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* TheLostLenore: If she dies, Boey never finds another woman after a BelatedLoveEpiphany.


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* PinkMeansFeminine: Averted. Despite her pink hair and clothes, Mae isn't very feminine, something she secretly worries about.


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* {{Tsundere}}: A mild version towards Boey. She loves him but has a really hard time showing it and the two usually devolve into petty arguments.


* {{Wutai}}: While it's not stated if he's from a Japan-inspired place, his character artwork has a Japanese aesthetic and he holds his sword like a katana.
** His name, ''Kamuy'', is a type of spirit or entity in the mythology of the Ainu, the indigenous people of northern Japan.

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* {{Wutai}}: {{Wutai}}:
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While it's not stated if he's from a Japan-inspired place, his character artwork has a Japanese aesthetic and he holds his sword like a katana.
** His name, ''Kamuy'', ''Kamui'', is a type of spirit or entity in the mythology of the Ainu, the indigenous people of northern Japan.

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** His name, ''Kamuy'', is a type of spirit or entity in the mythology of the Ainu, the indigenous people of northern Japan.


* CallingParentsByTheirName: She calls her father Jedah by his name if she fights him in Act 4. Justified given how he sacrificied her sisters to Duma.

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* CallingParentsByTheirName: She calls her father Jedah by his name if she fights him in Act 4. Justified given how he sacrificied sacrificed her sisters to Duma.

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* CallingParentsByTheirName: She calls her father Jedah by his name if she fights him in Act 4. Justified given how he sacrificied her sisters to Duma.

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* FaceOfAThug: Given his dark aesthetic and wicked-looking face, you wouldn't be blamed for thinking he really was a villain for villainy's sake.

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* {{Foil}}: To Delthea on Alm’s route. When comparing them as units, Mae and Delthea both have high attack and speed growths while suffering from low defense, skill, and luck—Delthea’s attack and speed growths are also a little higher than Mae’s, but Mae is slightly more balanced with a better chance of getting HP and Defense growths. Also, both come with Fire and eventually learn Seraphim—Delthea never learns Thunder and instead comes with Aura as her second spell and she is the only other unit besides Celica who can learn Ragnarok; Mae can’t learn Ragnarok, but can learn Aura, though she needs to reach a specific level first. When comparing their characters, they are both more plain-spoken and energetic than their counterparts on their respective routes (Boey for Mae, Luthier for Delthea); Delthea, however, is less willing to show sisterly affection for Luthier, while Mae seeks advice from Celica about her crush on Boey and doesn’t hide her fondness during their calmer moments. Both long for happy, carefree lifestyles and eventually marry after the war, but Delthea’s ending says that she sealed her magic and ended up leaving her village at some point; Mae returned to Novis and resumed working at the priory, having children after she married Boey.


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* {{Foil}}: To Luthier on Alm’s Route. From a gameplay standpoint, both mages have similar stat growths (high HP and skill vs. low attack growths) and have similar spell lists. Luthier, however, has much higher speed and luck growths and a low defense growth, while Boey is the opposite; low speed and luck, but a higher chance of defense. Luthier is also recruited knowing both Fire and Excalibur while Boey only has Fire to start with. As characters, both are calm, level-headed individuals who lack the natural talent of their energetic and more boisterous counterpart (Mae for Boey and Delthea for Luthier). Unlike Boey, Luthier does not hide his flaws behind a strong front and acknowledges he has to put in more effort into his training. Boey, on the other hand, has a much easier time socializing with others than Luthier, and whereas Boey decides to stick with Mae and go home after the war, Luthier leaves his sister and home behind and travels to Archanea to continue honing his magic. Luthier is also not stated to have married while Boey and Mae eventually wed and had children together.


-->''In response to Kamui asking him to tell him something:'' "Something."
-->''Enemy misses or does 1/no damage:'' "Ugh, almost gave me a heart attack!"

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-->''In response to Kamui asking him to tell him something:'' "Something."[[ExactWords Something]]."
-->''Enemy misses or does 1/no damage:'' "Ugh, that almost gave me a heart attack!"


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-->''Ally gets low on HP:'' "Heal up before you croak."

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