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||When I was little my mum used to tell me about Sigurd, the Holy Knight, and his brave warriors. Their story really stuck with me, and now Sigurd's son is leading an uprising in Isaach. I thought this was my calling, so I grabbed my stuff and shot out of Silesse.
Fee (フィー Phee) is the princess of Silesse, the daughter of the errant King Lewyn and Ferry, and a Pegasus Knight of the nation as her mother was. Raised in Silesse during its occupation by the Grannvale Empire by her mother, her elder brother Ced left the two to try and find Lewyn, and after Ferry's death Fee set out in search of Ced. Along the way, she encountered and travelled with Arthur, and learned of Seliph's revolution in Isaach, which the two joined as they arrived there. Her pegasus is named Mahnya, after her late aunt.
Canonically as defined by Thracia 776, Fee is the daughter of Lewyn and all of this is true; however, in the gameplay of Genealogy of the Holy War, Fee's father can be chosen just like any other character, and the game is non-specific about her father. If Ferry was not married in the course of the first generation, Fee's role is filled by Femina.
Shortly after the fall of Ganeishire to Seliph' group, Fee and Arthur made a stop near Sophara to give her pegasus a rest. After a discussion about Arthur's intent to travel to Manster and Fee's goals, Arthur decided to join her in her pursuit of joining Seliph's army. The two met up with Seliph, and she introduced herself as the daughter of one of Sigurd's allies and mentioned they may encounter Ced along the way.
Fee later reunited with Ced at Manster as Seliph's revolution came to its aid after the defeat of Bloom at Conote. She stated she could not forgive her father for his abandonment of Ferry, and when Lewyn eventually confronted her at Miletos, she denounced his apparent cruelty for neglecting Ferry and ignoring her, claims which he brushed off as distractions from the war effort.
Starting stats and growth rates
Promotion stat gains
| Falcon Knight
|| A, A, C
Fee is playable as a SpotPass character, released in the Genealogy of the Holy War second-generation character set.
Starting stats and growth rates
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| Recruitment: SpotPass, hire her for 3,200 G or defeat her in a skirmish.
Stats Growth Rates Stat Modifiers
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Personality and character
Under most circumstances, Fee is cheerful and optimistic. She appears to have a minor preoccupation with daydreaming, fantasising briefly about getting married after the war; in a similar vein, she found the story of Sigurd particularly inspirational and a drive for her to join Seliph' revolution. She holds a deep respect for Ced for his selfless defense of the innocent, and Ced claims that Fee herself is like this just as Ferry was.
The sole known exception is when confronted with the matter of her father, Lewyn. She remains furious as to how her father simply abandoned herself, Ferry and Ced; after joining Seliph' army, she was initially overjoyed to see him again, but was enraged even further by how he acted as if she didn't exist, deciding to in turn not acknowledge him until he acknowledged her first.
Love growths and events
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- In Chapter 6, Fee can talk to Seliph any time after she joins. Nothing is gained from this conversation.
- In Chapter 8, Arthur or Amid can initiate a conversation with Fee at any time, giving her +3 HP and 100 love points with Arthur or Amid.
- In Chapter 8, Fee can talk to Ced after he has been recruited, awarding herself +1 Luck.
- In Chapter 10, if Lewyn is Fee's father, Seliph can initiate a conversation with Fee where she confronts Lewyn. Fee gains +5 Strength.
- In the Final Chapter, if they are lovers, Fee can talk to Seliph, Oifey, Arthur or Amid, giving them +3 Skill.
Genealogy of the Holy War
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
|| Definition, etymology and notes
|| As of Fire Emblem: Awakening. Possibly a contraction of "Phoebe", or a mis-Romanization of "Fi", a contraction of "Fiona".
|| Officially Romanized as Phee.
- ↑ "Once this war is over, you and I are heading back to Silesse. Sound good? And maybe I'll find me a handsome boy and get married! Ha ha! But that's a ways off yet. Hang in there, Mahnya!" - Fee, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
- ↑ "When I was little my mum used to tell me about Sigurd, the Holy Knight, and his brave warriors. Their story really stuck with me, and now Sigurd's son is leading an uprising in Isaach. I thought this was my calling, so I grabbed my stuff and shot out of Silesse." - Fee, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
- ↑ "You definitely take after mother then. She never could turn a blind eye when somebody was in trouble." - Ced, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
- ↑ "Father, you are so cruel! When I first saw you at Rivough Castle, I could hardly believe my eyes! I was so happy... I was in tears! But you wouldn't speak to me! Do you have any idea how horrible that's made me feel!?" - Fee, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
|| This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.