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FEHT Al.png
Al from Hasha no Tsurugi.



Half-human, half-Manakete


Magough (adoptive father)
Hartmut (father)
Milithia (mother)


Fire Emblem: Hasha no Tsurugi

(Japanese: アル Al) is the main protagonist in the Fire Emblem: Hasha no Tsurugi manga. Growing up in the mountains of Lycia with his adoptive father Magough, he is brave and hard-working, though sometimes rushes and does not think before acting.

Fire Emblem: Hasha no Tsurugi


His main objective was to find the Fire Emblem. He asked many people if they knew about it. Later, Al found out that Princess Guinivere had it in her possession, tied around her neck. When the string broke, the Emblem fell on the floor. Al picked it up, and when he touched it, he class changed. His physical appearance changed, his hair grew, and he became more powerful. His new form removed his cheerful disposition, causing him to speak and smile less. This form is only attainable when Al is severely hurt.

Zephiel broke Al's sword. But when Al class changed again, he repaired his sword and tried to kill Zephiel again. He was not able to battle him because his class change was too early. After sunset, Al's body will ignite and start rotting away. Al is brought to Athos' shrine, where he meets with the spirit of the late Archsage, and is granted a Dragonstone, which gives him the ability to control his true power. After this, he joins up with Roy to battle Zephiel.

Personality and character

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Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
Japanese アル Officially romanized as Al.



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