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|“||Alm, I’m going too. After all, this village of Ram is bound to get attacked too at some point. In that case, let’s go beat up that Dozer or whatever first.||”|
He is one of the first characters recruited in the game. He doesn't have any story presence aside from the start of the game, where he agrees to preemptively attack Dozer before Ram became a target.
Starting stats and growth rates
Promotion stat gains
Soldier Knight Mage Archer Mercenary
- In Gaiden, promotion gains consist on giving the character as many points as necessary -the "x" value shown in the table- to reach the promoted class' base stats. If the character's stats are higher than their promoted class' base stats, they will not receive any bonus; however, if all stats are higher, then they will receive +1 to HP.
Personality and character
Gray seems to be fairly laid back, and speaks as such. Even saying "let’s go beat up that Dozer or whatever first.", seemingly not being entirely familiar with who Dozer is. If Robin dies he does not take it well and turns to alcoholism, indicating that he may not be good at handling loss. As with nearly every character in Gaiden, there isn't much characterization due to limited dialogue.
If both Robin and Clair survived
He fought with Robin over Clair, and won her heart splendidly.
‘For a man, it’s not the face that matters, but the heart!’ Or so he declared.
If Robin died
Due to his grief over Robin’s death in battle, he drowns himself in alcohol every day.
When will a smile ever return to his face…?
If Robin survived but Clair died
Having lost the one he loved, never to meet her again, he set off on a journey by himself.
|“||Aww… So it’s true the good ones die young…||”|
— Gray, in Gaiden.
Gray only appears in Gaiden.
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Japanese||グレイ||Officially romanized as Gray.|
Gray's portrait from Gaiden
Artwork of Gray, Qulyf, and Robin from Gaiden.
Artwork of Gray (left) and Robin (right) from the art book Fire Emblem: The Complete.
|This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.|