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Not to be confused with Seliph, a main character of Genealogy of the Holy War, or Cecilia, a playable character of The Binding Blade.


FEG Celica.png
Artwork of Celica from Gaiden.





Liprica (mother)
Mycen (foster grandfather)
Alm (foster brother, husband)


Princess of Zofia
Queen of Valentia

Starting class

Priestess (Gaiden)
Sage (Awakening SpotPass)

But when it comes down to it, both Rigelians and Zofians are the same, aren't they? We are all people of Valentia. Even if these divisions of country no longer existed, we should all still be able to live together in happiness.
— Celica

Celica (セリカ, Celica) is a priestess to the goddess Mila, serving at the Novis Monastery under Bishop Nomah. Her true identity is Anteze (アンテーゼ, Anteesa), the errant princess of Zofia and sole survivor of its royal family, spirited away in her youth by the Zofian knight Mycen to protect her from General Dozer, and so spent her early years living in the village of Ram with Alm, the other child under Mycen's care. When this proved too dangerous, she was sent to the Novis Monastery, where she remained until the Valentia liberation wars arose. At this time, she departed the monastery with a small retinue of fellow mages to investigate the disappearance of the goddess Mila, and from there also became involved in the liberation wars with Alm and in fighting the pirate Geyse, the dark creatures spawning across Valentia, and in combating the cult seeking to revive the dark god Duma.

Fire Emblem Gaiden


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Starting stats and growth rates

Portrait celica 01 fe02.png
Level 1
Recruitment: Chapter 2, automatically from the start

Stats Growth Rates Spell Levels

B. Magic
W. Magic

Promotion stat gains

Class HP Str Skill Spd Def Res Con Move Weapon level
Princess +x to 36 +x to 5 +x to 1 +x to 1 +x to 1 +0 -- +4 --
  • In Gaiden, promotion gains consist of giving the character as many points as necessary - the "x" value shown in the table - to reach the promoted class's base stats. If any given stat at the time of promotion is higher than their promoted class's base stat, there will not be a bonus for that stat; however, if all stats are higher, then they will receive +1 to HP.

Fire Emblem: Awakening


In the Outrealms, Celica is one of the Einherjar belonging to Old Hubba. In the Champions of Yore series, her card, and those of other legendary women from throughout the series, was stolen by Aversa and summoned to attack Chrom and Prince Marth's combined forces. After her card was reclaimed by Old Hubba, he summoned her to assist Chrom in defeating an army of male heroes led by another form of Marth. Unfortunately, Aversa conned Old Hubba into giving her the Einherjar again, forcing Chrom and the Shepherds to face off against Celica and the other legendary heroes once again. Celica reappears in Lost Bloodlines 2, assisting Alm on the enemy side. She again features as an enemy in Rogues & Redeemers 2 and 3, and upon completion of Rogues & Redeemers 2, she will join the player's army as a playable unit.

Another version of Celica is playable as a bonus SpotPass character, as part of the Gaiden character set.

Celica also has a magic tome named for her: Celica's Gale. This tome, which acts as a brave weapon, is purchased using Renown points.

Starting stats and growth rates

This section is missing stats or growth rates which may be currently unknown. When this information becomes available, please help improve the page by adding it.

SpotPass DLC

Level 20
Movement 6
Recruitment: SpotPass, hire her for 17,700 G or defeat her in a skirmish.

Stats Growth Rates Stat Modifiers

Inventory Skills
Is 3ds celica's gale.png Celica's Gale* Is 3ds magic +2.png Magic +2
Is 3ds focus.png Focus
Is 3ds rally magic.png Rally Magic
Is 3ds tomefaire.png Tomefaire
Is 3ds dual support+.png Dual Support+
Weapon Ranks
3DSRankSword.png -- 3DSRankLance.png -- 3DSRankAxe.png --
3DSRankBow.png -- 3DSRankTome.png A 3DSRankStaff.png B

Reclassing options

Base classes:*
Mage Sage
Dark Knight
Reclass options:
This unit can reclass to any female class available through reclassing.
Click here for more details on the reclassing system.

Growth rates when reclassed

Growth rates for all SpotPass bonus units are unknown at this time.

Promotion stat gains

Archer Cavalier Cleric Dark Mage Wyvern Rider Knight Mage Mercenary Myrmidon Pegasus Knight Tactician Thief Troubadour

Class HP Str Mag Skill Spd Def Res Move Weapon level
Sniper +4 +2 +1 +4 +3 +5 +3 +1 --
Bow Knight +8 +3 +0 +2 +4 +1 +2 +3 3DSRankSword.png E

Skill set

Like all female bonus units in Awakening, Celica has access to all base class and advanced class skills available to standard female units.

In addition, the DLC version of Celica can also receive the following as a personal skill:

Is 3ds rightful king.png Rightful King

Personality and character

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Though fully aware of her status as the Zofian princess, Celica generally refused to acknowledge this fact outside of the Novis Monastery, sharply rebuking Alm for suggesting that a Zofian princess even still lives[1].


Afterwards, she and Alm joined together to become the founding king and queen of Valentia.
Her kindness and wisdom helped the young king establish the foundations of the Kingdom of Valentia.
The people believed that she was the reincarnation of Mila. It is said that they never ceased to love her from the very depths of their hearts.

Death quotes

I'm no good after all. I'm sorry, everyone...
— Celica, in Gaiden.
I... I wasn't supposed to lose...
— Celica, in Champions of Yore 1 in Awakening.
— Celica, as an NPC in Champions of Yore 2 in Awakening.
I can't go on... I'm sorry, Alm...
— Celica, in Champions of Yore 3 in Awakening.
Why have you done this...?
— Celica, in Lost Bloodlines 2 in Awakening.
All this...confusion...
— Celica, in Rogues & Redeemers 2 in Awakening.
It didn't have this way...
— Celica, in Rogues & Redeemers 3 in Awakening.

Battle quotes

Do you and I have business?
— Celica's SpotPass parley quote in Awakening.
Couldn't we talk this through?
— Celica, in a SpotPass battle in Awakening.
I'll find some way to help you.
— Celica's SpotPass recruitment quote in Awakening.
You will not prevail here. I swear it!
— Celica, in Champions of Yore 1 in Awakening.
The brigands' tactician. Why have you attacked us without provocation? [...] If you will not state your motives, then I must take that as an admission of guilt. Now open your arms, sir, and welcome justice's embrace!
— Celica, when fighting a male Avatar in Champions of Yore 1 in Awakening.
And you call yourselves men. How could you let a vixen like that trick you?
— Celica, as an NPC in Champions of Yore 2 in Awakening.
Alm needs me!
— Celica, in Champions of Yore 3 in Awakening.
Spare me your drivel, deceiver. Do you take me for a fool?
— Celica, when fighting a male Avatar in Champions of Yore 3 in Awakening.
Leave my world, trespasser!
— Celica, in Lost Bloodlines 2 in Awakening.
Why are you here? This world is no concern of yours. Leave. I would rather not hurt you.
— Celica, when fighting a female Morgan in Lost Bloodlines 2 in Awakening.
You don't belong here! We do. ...Don't we?
— Celica, in Rogues & Redeemers 2 in Awakening.
As you wish. It's not my nature to turn down so direct an invitation!
— Celica, when fighting Kjelle in Rogues & Redeemers 2 in Awakening.
This battle might have been avoided if you'd only just stayed away.
— Celica, in Rogues & Redeemers 3 in Awakening.
Fight me, milady! And if I win, promise you will leave this world forever!
— Celica, when fighting Kjelle in Rogues & Redeemers 3 in Awakening.

Other appearances



Etymology and other languages


  1. "Alm: Besides, it seems that the royal family of Zofia's only remaining princess is still alive, so I'm planning to search for her. As soon as I find that princess, I'm returning to the village.
    Celica: There's no such thing as any princess of Zofia! The royal family has already been wiped out!
    " - Alm and Celica, Fire Emblem: Gaiden
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