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Creating an avatar unit in Fire Emblem Awakening.
Welcome! Today, another hero will be born. One who will help decide the world's fate...
— Anna, introducing the player to the creation screen in New Mystery of the Emblem.

The avatar (Japanese: マイユニット My Unit) system is customizable character system introduced in Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem. Avatars were introduced to international markets with Fire Emblem Awakening, as New Mystery was not localized outside of Japan.

An avatar is a character created by the player, with certain customizable attributes that vary by game. Generally, the customization options allow different appearances, class access and some customization of growth rates. In every game in which an avatar is present, their defeat will result in a Game Over. This page is primarily for information on avatar mechanics, their customization and class, for detailed summaries of their plot roles see the main pages linked below.

The most recent game to specifically use the "avatar" terminology is Fates. While recent games continue to use player stand-ins, they are stripped of most customization options outside of choosing name and gender.

Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade

Main article: Tactician (The Blazing Blade)

While not widely considered an avatar unit in itself, Fire Emblem's tactician character is the precursor to this mechanic. Known by the default name Mark (Japanese: マーク Mark). Distinctly, Mark is not a playable character, serving only a minor supporting story role. Creating a tactician in Fire Emblem is optional if the player skips Lyn's tale. For further details on this early incarnation of the system see the main page link above.

Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem

Anna guides the player through the avatar creation process.
Main article: Kris

The first in the series, New Mystery's incarnation of the avatar is known by the default name Kris (Japanese: クリス Chris). Kris's backstory can be chosen by the player somewhat, regardless of that, Kris's goal is always to join the Altean knights and serve Marth.


Unlike other avatar characters, Kris does not have a personal class, with the player instead being given the option to choose Kris's starting class from a list of standard classes. Kris may also be reclassed after character creation through the standard reclass system. A male Kris also benefits from the expanded reclass options for male characters unlocked after completing the game on hard mode or higher, although all of these classes are potentially available normally depending upon his starting class.

Unlike every other Avatar, Kris's outfit changes depending on their starting class. However, this outfit will remain fixed once a starting class is selected, and will not change if Kris is reclassed later.

When starting a new save file, Anna will guide the player through the creation process as followed:

  • Name: The player can rename Kris, allowing up to five characters.
  • Gender: Choose whether Kris is male or female. This will affect class options.
  • Class: Both genders have access to cavalier, archer, and mage. If Kris is female, the myrmidon and pegasus knight classes are also available. If Kris is male the additional options are mercenary, knight, and fighter. A male Kris's starting class will also determine what reclass set he has access to if expanded class sets have not been unlocked.
  • Appearance: Customize Kris' physical appearance by mixing and matching parts from three fields:
    • Hair: Each gender has thirteen hairstyles to choose from. During the story, some characters will ask if Kris is willing to change their hairstyle. If yes, Kris will have the hairstyle for the chapter and will be asked at the end if they wish to keep it or go back to their previous hairstyle.
    • Hair Color: There are ten colors to choose from.
    • Face: Each gender has ten face types to choose from. Some include additional features like an eye-patch, scars, face paint, and a monocle.
  • Fortune: Anna will then ask about Kris's past, present, and future. While this will affect some minor dialogue, it is primarily used to determined their initial stats and growth rates. It should be noted that the player cannot choose the same type of stat/growth bonus when selecting these: for example, if Kris is a Merchant's child, they cannot pick Wisdom as their present or Wealthy as their future since it already provides Luck and Resistance. The options are as followed:
Type Name Stat Bonus Growth Bonus
Past Merchant's Child Lck +2, Res +2 Lck +5%
Priest's Child Def +2 --
Orphan Str +2, Mag +2 Str +5%, Mag +5%
Farmer's Child HP +4 HP +10%
Noble's Child Skl +2, Spd +2 Skl +5%, Spd +5%
Present Beauty Skl +1, Spd +1 Skl +10%, Spd +10%
Wisdom Lck +1, Res +1 Lck +10%, Res +5%
Diversity Str +1, Mag +1 Str +10%, Mag +10%
Kindness Def +1 Def +5%
Strength HP +2 HP +20%
Future Humane -- Def +10%
Honorable -- Skl +15%, Spd +15%
Enlightened -- HP +30%
Wealthy -- Lck +15%, Res +10%
Recluse -- Str +15%, Mag +15%

Fire Emblem Awakening

Creating an avatar unit in Fire Emblem Awakening.
Main article: Robin

Awakening's incarnation of the avatar, known by the default name Robin (Japanese: ルフレ Reflet). Robin seems to be particularly inspired by Fire Emblem's tactician character, being a tactician in both character role and literal class.

Creation and customization

In all cases, Robin will begin the game as a tactician, and can later be reclassed into any sex-appropriate class at will using Second Seals.

When starting a new save file, the player is prompted to create the save's avatar. The process comes in three stages:

  • Gender: Choose whether to play as a male or female Robin.
  • Appearance: Create the physical appearance of Robin from a set of five options:
    • Build: Each gender has three physical builds to determine basic size. In both cases, build 01 is the average, default size, build 02 is a smaller size with a younger appearance, and build 03 is a larger and somewhat older size.
    • Face: Each gender/build combination has five faces to choose from. For the most part these are subtle differences, although face 05 adds a scar or accessory not otherwise present.
    • Hair: Each gender/build combination has five hair styles to choose from.
    • Hair Color: There are a total of twenty hair colors which can be chosen.
01 02 03 04 05
06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20
    • Voice: In the English release, each gender has three different voices to choose between. The Japanese version has 8 different voices, each with a somewhat different style marked by their pronoun usage, as well as the option to have the Avatar be completely mute; unlike the English version, these also make minor alterations to the game's written script. The mute option was removed in international versions. The option itself makes Robin speak in nothing other than ellipses with exclamation points and question marks, with substantial script revisions to accommodate the lack of input from the Avatar, marking the primary reason it does not appear in releases outside of Japan.
English voices
Female 01 Michelle Ruff Male 01 Dave Vincent
Female 02 Wendee Lee Male 02 Brandon Karrer
Female 03 Michelle Ruff Male 03 Chris Smith
Japanese voices
Watashi 01 Miyuki Sawashiro Boku 01 Yoshimasa Hosoya
Atashi 01 Miyuki Sawashiro Ore 01 Yoshimasa Hosoya
Watashi 02 Miyuki Sawashiro Boku 02 Miyuki Sawashiro
Atashi 02 Miyuki Sawashiro Ore 02 Tōru Ōkawa
  • Profile: Personalization options for Robin connected to gameplay.
    • Name: The player can, of course, rename Robin. The absolute character limit is 12 characters long, if one were to input a entire line of "I"s, realistically, the limit is around 8 with wider letters, due to variable width font in international releases. There is a word filter in place to prevent potentially obscene names from being transmitted through StreetPass.
    • Birthday: Choose Robin's date and month of birth. This determines when they receive their birthday bonus at the barracks.
    • Asset and Flaw: Choose Robin's best and worst stats. This determines their initial stats, their growth rates, and the modifiers to their maximum stats they receive; the stat chosen as their asset will be the highest in all three categories, while the chosen flaw will be the lowest (though not particularly low).

Fire Emblem Fates

Main article: Corrin
Creating an Avatar unit in Fire Emblem Fates.

Fates's incarnation of the avatar, known by the default name Corrin (Japanese: カムイ Kamui). Corrin is a notable departure from previous avatars, as they are not a tactician or other aide to the main character; instead, they themselves are the main character. Corrin is also the child of a dragon, making them the first avatar that is also not fully human.

Creation and customization

In all cases, Corrin will begin the game as a Nohr Prince or Nohr Princess, depending on their gender. A secondary class is also chosen, which Corrin may reclass to with a Heart Seal later on in the game. Secondary class choices are: Cavalier, Knight, Fighter, Mercenary, Outlaw, Samurai, Oni Savage, Spear Fighter, Diviner, Sky Knight, Archer, Wyvern Rider, Ninja, Dark Mage, Troubadour, or Apothecary. Due to the majority of classes no longer being gender-locked in Fates, both male and female Corrin have nearly identical secondary class selection, with the only exceptions being the Monk and Shrine Maiden classes.

As previously, when starting a new save file, the player is prompted to create the save's Avatar. Interestingly, the options are pretty much the same as Awakening but the organization of the user interface was redone, using a somewhat strange graph system, where features are plotted based on attributes, such as long hair being at one end and short at another.
Customization features are:

  • Build and Gender: Create the physical appearance and gender of Corrin from a set of four options: Short Male, Short Female, Tall Male, and Tall Female.
  • Hairstyle: Each gender has twelve alternate styles to choose from. Unlike Awakening, hairstyles are shared between builds. They are plotted between long, short, cute, and wild for females, and stylish, simple, wild, and slick for males.
    • Hair Decoration: This option is exclusive to female Avatars. There are six options: None, Silver Clip, Butterfly, Black Ribbon, White Ribbon, and White Rose.
    • Hair Color: Thirty options, increased from Awakening's twenty.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
  • Face: Each gender/build combination has seven alternate face customization options. They are plotted between mature, girlish/boyish, caring, and stern.
  • Detail: The player may add scars, tattoos, beauty marks, bandages, or eyepatches to Corrin's face.
  • Voice: Various voice options exist. In the Japanese version, all voice options, five per gender, are provided by the same two actors: Nobunaga Shimazaki and Satomi Sato. The English voices are as follows:
English voices
Female Mature Stephanie Lemelin Male Mature Cam Clarke
Female Neutral Marcella Lentz-Pope Male Neutral Yuri Lowenthal
Female Youthful Danielle Judovits Male Youthful Cam Clarke
  • Profile: Personalization options for Corrin connected to gameplay.
    • Name: As usual, the player may rename Corrin. In the Japanese version Corrin's name be up to five characters long. In international versions, the absolute character limit is 12 characters long, if one were to input an entire line of "I"s; realistically, the limit is around 8 with wider letters, due to variable width font in international releases. There is a word filter in place to prevent potentially obscene names from being transmitted through StreetPass.
    • Birthday: Choose Corrin's date and month of birth.
    • Boon and Bane: Choose Corrin's best and worst stats. This determines their initial stats, their growth rates and the modifiers to their maximum stats they receive; the stat chosen as their boon will be the highest in all three categories, while the chosen bane will be the lowest (though not particularly low). This also affects the stat bonuses given by the statue created in Corrin's likeness in My Castle. In the avatar creation menu, the options are not labelled as the stats they affect, and instead are given the following names:
Boon Bane Stat affected
Robust Sickly HP
Strong Weak Strength
Clever Dull Magic
Deft Clumsy Skill
Quick Slow Speed
Lucky Unlucky Luck
Sturdy Fragile Defense
Calm Excitable Resistance
  • Talent: Decides Corrin's reclass option, the class tree their supporting units can reclass into via Friendship and Partner Seals, and the reclass option inherited by Corrin's child(ren). Certain options do not match their labels: selecting "Lancer" will provide the Spear Fighter class tree, selecting "Dragon" will instead provide access to the Wyvern Rider class tree, selecting "Mage" will provide access to the Dark Mage class tree, and selecting "Priestess" will provide the Shrine Maiden class tree.

Fire Emblem Heroes

Main article: Summoner (Heroes)

Fire Emblem Heroes' avatar, known by the default name Kiran (Japanese: エクラ Eclat), is a direct representation of the player summoned from the real world (call the "World of Steel" in-game). Unlike other avatar units, the summoner is not a playable unit in the main story chapters; they are only playable in certain event modes such as Mjölnir's Strike and Heroes Journey. They wield the legendary Breidablik, which allows them to summon heroes from other worlds.

When the game first launched, the summoner had a set appearance, and their gender could only be chosen in languages where grammatical gender is needed such as German. Starting from version 5.2.0, the player can customize their summoner's appearance.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Main article: Byleth

While not officially referred to as an avatar, Three Houses's player stand-in is known by the default name Byleth (Japanese: male: ベレト Beleth, female: べレス Beleth). Byleth is a mercenary who is recently hired as an instructor at the Officers Academy. Byleth has only a few options for customization: form (gender), dialogue options, name (which has an eight-character limit), and birthday. Unlike the previous Avatars, Byleth has fixed base stats and growths, a fixed physical appearance and fixed voice options, with Yūsuke Kobayashi and Zach Aguilar* voicing male Byleth and Shizuka Itō and Jeannie Tirado voicing female Byleth in the Japanese and English versions, respectively.

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

Main article: Shez

Three Hopes's player stand-in is known by the default name Shez (Japanese: シェズ Shez). Shez is a wandering mercenary who comes into contact with Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude, then later joins up with one of their choosing before the war breaks out. Shez can only be customized by form (gender) and name (which has an eight-character limit). Similar to Byleth in Three Houses, Shez has fixed stats, a fixed physical appearance, and fixed voice options, with Tasuku Hatanaka and Damien Haas voicing male Shez and Miyu Tomita and Dawn M. Bennett voicing female Shez in the Japanese and English versions, respectively. Unlike Byleth, Shez is fully voiced but selectable dialogue options still exist.

Byleth themselves also appears within the game. Just like in Three Houses, their form and name can be chosen by the player. Should the player have Three Houses save data on their Nintendo Switch, the latest name used for Byleth will be the default suggestion when starting a Three Hopes save file unless that name was already given to Shez.


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes


Derived from the Hindu concept of an earthly manifestation of a god, in modern computing parlance it has come to widely refer to a graphical representation of the user of a service. Similarly, in gaming it refers to a playable character intended to represent the player, usually in the context of the character being able to be named and customized as the player chooses.



Initials of "My Unit", the Japanese name; occasionally used in fandom parlance despite the official localization of "Avatar".



My Unit



As above.



  1. "Another staff member explains the origins of the Avatar character. I'm not familiar with the Wars series, but from what I can tell, the first Wars games didn't have COs (commanding officers) and they were only introduced later. After Wars added COs, the FE team decided to add FE7's Mark as a sort of "CO character". This, of course, evolved further into FE12/13/14's Avatar." — VincentASM, Want me to buy/ship you the FE merchandise from Comiket? Inquire within!,, Published: April 20th, 2015, Retrieved: April 27th, 2015
  2. "The My Unit feature, which allows players to create their own character, may have been planned to debut in Shadow Dragon. In the game, there is an unused heading for a “My Unit Registration” and “My Unit” is spelled in exactly the same way as the custom character in New Mystery of the Emblem and Awakening." — VincentASM, Unused Content,, Published: ?, Retrieved: September 2nd, 2015
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Calculations Attack speedAvoidCritical hit (Combination bonusDodgeTriangle Attack) • Bonus damageHit rate (True hit) • Random number generatorWeapon triangle (Trinity of magic)
Connectivity amiiboDouble DuelDownloadable contentLink ArenaMultiplayer battleOnline shopSpotPassStreetPass
Other BarrierBirthdayGlitchesRankingsSound RoomTacticianMultiple endings
Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem: Heroes of Light and Shadow
Playable characters AbelArlenArranAstramAthenaBantuBarstBeckBelfBordCaedaCaesarCainCastorCatriaCecilCordDarrosDiceDolphDraugEliceEstEtzelFreyFrostGordinHoraceJakeJeorgeJubeloJulianKatarinaKrisLenaLindeLukeMacellanMaliceMariaMarishaMarthMatthisMerricMichalisMidiaMinervaNagiNavarreNorneNynaOgmaPallaPhinaRaddReidenRickardRobertoRoderickRogerRosheaRyanSamsonSamuelSedgarSheenaSiriusTikiTomasVylandWarrenWendellWolfWrysXaneYmirYuliya
Non-playable characters Aurelis KingBoahCamusGotohJagenLangLorenz
Bosses ArlenAthenaCaedaCainClarisseDallDark BishopDraugEibelEremiyaEstFire DragonGailGharnefHardinIce DragonJagenJeorgeKatarinaLangLegionLorenzLumelLukeLykkeMage DragonMedeusNehringOgmaRoderickSheenaTorusWillowWyvernYodel
Regalia and personal weapons AumFalchionGradivusHauteclereImhulluMercuriusParthiaRapierStarlightWing Spear
Chapters Main story P1: Meeting • P2: Young Squires • P3: Training Begins • P4: New Companions (Jeorge, Athena) • P5: March Duty • P6: Bonds (Ogma, Draug) • P7: The Final Test (Est, Cain) • P8: Assassination of the Hero-King • 1: The Grustian Expedition • 2: Rebellion at Macedon • 3: Abducted Princess • 3x: Shadows Behind the Scenes • 4: Joy and Sorrow • 5: Liberation of Grust • 6: The Nest of Evil • 6x: Mercenary Squad • 7: The Scarlet Sword • 8: Soulful Bridge • 9: Sanctuary of Sorcery • 10: Two Sorcerers • 10x: The Mask Laughs • 11: Anri's Way • 12: Graveyard of Fire Dragons • 13: Frozen Land • 13x: Within the White Darkness • 14: A Mystery Revealed • 15: Return of the Prince • 16: Regaining the Capital • 16x: Reunion • 17: Gra's Sun Sets • 18: Battle of the Pass • 19: The Last Decisive Battle • 20: Dark Emperor • 20x: Bottom of the Deep Abyss • 21: The Wyvern's Dale • 22: The Dragon's Table • 23: The Dark Pontifex Lives • Endgame: Light and Shadow
New Archanea Saga 1: The Capital Falls • 2: Red Dragoon • 3: Righteous Thieves • 4: The Beginning
DLC bonus chapters 1: Wind and Thunder • 2: Three Assassins • 3: That Which Was Done by the Sword Shall Be Undone by the Sword
Locations ArchaneaAlteaAnri's WayAurelisDolhr (Dragon's Table) • Empire of ArchaneaGraGrustKhadeinMacedonTalys
Groups, objects and concepts Dragon (Divine DragonEarth DragonManakete) • HereticsSable OrderFire Emblem/Binding ShieldWar of HeroesWar of LiberationWar of ShadowsWhitewinged Order
Related topics Name chart • Other games (Shadow Dragon & the Blade of LightGaidenMystery of the EmblemArchanea SagaShadow DragonAwakening) • Pre-release information (Unused content) • Sound RoomTimeline
Fire Emblem Awakening
Playable characters AnnaAversaBasilioBradyChercheChromCordeliaCynthiaDonnelEmmerynFlaviaFrederickGaiusGangrelGeromeGregorHenryInigoKellamKjelleLaurentLibraLissaLon'quLucinaMaribelleMirielMorganNahNoireNowiOliviaOwainPannePriamRickenRobinSay'riSeveraStahlSullySumiaTharjaTikiVaikeVirionWalhartYarneYen'fay
Non-playable characters HierarchHollandKe'riMaidenNagaOld HubbaPhila
Bosses AlgolAnguillaArdriAversaBovisCampariCanisCassiusCervantesChalardDalenDaltonDracoEquusExcellusEzraFarberGallusGangrelGarrickGeckoGrimaGyralIgnatiusJamilLepusMarthMorristanMusMustafaNelsonNombryOrtonOvisPherosPorcusPriamRaimiRisen ChiefRoddickRugerSimiaTigrisValidarVastoVictorVincentWalhartXalbadorYen'fayZanth
DLC characters AlmCatriaCelicaEirikaEldiganElinciaEphraimEstIkeKatarinaLeifLynPrince MarthMicaiahPallaRoySeliph
SpotPass characters Shadow Dragon CaedaGharnefLindeMerricMinervaNavarreNynaOgmaPrince MarthTiki
Gaiden AlmBoeyCelicaClairCliveDeenLuthierMycenNomahValbar
Mystery of the Emblem AthenaCatriaEtzelHardinHoraceKatarinaKing MarthLegionMaliceNorne
Genealogy of the Holy War G1 ArdenArvisAyraDeirdreEthlynJamkeLewynQuanRaquesisSigurd
Genealogy of the Holy War G2 AltenaAresArthurCedFeeJuliaJuliusLarceiSeliphUlster
Thracia 776 DagdarEyvelFinnLeifMareetaNannaOlwenRaydrikSaiasSalem
Binding Blade CeciliaLilinaLughPercevalRaighRoyShannaSophiaWoltZephiel
Fire Emblem EliwoodFlorinaHectorJaffarKarelLynMatthewNergalNinoSerra
Sacred Stones AmeliaEirikaEphraimInnesL'ArachelLuteLyonMarisaMoulderSeth
Path of Radiance AshnardElinciaGeoffreyIkeLuciaMiaMistSorenTitaniaZihark
Radiant Dawn Black KnightBromEdwardLeonardoMicaiahNepheneeSanakiSephiranSigrunSothe
Others CamusIshtarLinusLloydNarcianOliverPetrineSelenaTravantUrsula
Regalia and personal weapons AmatsuArmadsBalmungBook of NagaDouble BowExcaliburFalchion (Exalted FalchionParallel Falchion) • ForsetiGáe BolgGoddess StaffGoetiaGradivusGrima's TruthGungnirHauteclereHelswathMercuriusMissiletainnMjölnirMystletainnNidhoggNoble RapierParthiaRagnellRapierSol KattiTyrfingValflameWolf BergYewfelle
Chapters Main story Pm: Invisible Ties • P: The Verge of History • 1: Unwelcome Change • 2: Shepherds • 3: Warrior Realm • 4: Two Falchions • 5: The Exalt and the King • 6: Foreseer • 7: Incursion • 8: The Grimleal • 9: Emmeryn • 10: Renewal • 11: Mad King Gangrel • 12: The Seacomers • 13: Of Sacred Blood • 14: Flames on the Blue • 15: Smoldering Resistance • 16: Naga's Voice • 17: Inexorable Death • 18: Sibling Blades • 19: The Conqueror • 20: The Sword or the Knee • 21: Five Gemstones • 22: An Ill Presage • 23: Invisible Ties • 24: Awakening • 25: To Slay a God • Endgame: Grima
Paralogues 1: Sickle to Sword • 2: The Secret Seller • 3: A Strangled Peace • 4: Anna the Merchant • 5: Scion of Legend • 6: A Man for Flowers • 7: Noble Lineage • 8: A Duel Disgraced • 9: Wings of Justice • 10: Ambivalence • 11: Twin Wyverns • 12: Disowned by Time • 13: Rival Bands • 14: Shadow in the Sands • 15: A Shot from the Dark • 16: Daughter to Dragons • 17: The Threat of Silence • 18: The Dead King's Lament • 19: Irreconcilable Paths • 20: A Hard Miracle • 21: Ghost of a Blade • 22: The Wellspring of Truth • 23: The Radiant Hero
Xenologues Champions of Yore 1Champions of Yore 2Champions of Yore 3The Golden GaffeEXPonential GrowthInfinite RegaliaLost Bloodlines 1Lost Bloodlines 2Lost Bloodlines 3Smash Brethren 1Smash Brethren 2Smash Brethren 3Rogues & Redeemers 1Rogues & Redeemers 2Rogues & Redeemers 3Death's EmbraceFive-Anna FirefightRoster RescueHarvest ScrambleSummer ScrambleHot-Spring ScrambleThe Future Past 1The Future Past 2The Future Past 3Apotheosis
Locations YlisseFerox (Arena Ferox) • Outrealm Gate (Outrealms) • Plegia (Dragon's Table) • YlisseValmChon'sinRosanneValm
Groups, objects, and concepts AwakeningEinherjarFire EmblemGrimleal (Deadlords) • RisenShepherds
Related topics Ancient LettersDouble DuelDownloadable contentName chart Nintendo Dream comics • Other games (GaidenGenealogy of the Holy WarShadow DragonNew Mystery of the Emblem) • Pre-release information (Unused content) • Unit Gallery (Soundtrack) • SpotPassStreetPassTimelineWorld map
Fire Emblem Fates
Playable characters Birthright
DLC Anna
amiibo IkeLucinaMarthRobin
Non-playable characters CadrosCassitaIkonaKaterinaLaylaLilithMoroRainbow Sage
Bosses ???AnankosAnthonyAreteCandaceDaichiDanielaFunkeGaronGazakHaitakaHansIagoKilmaKotaroKumageraLlewelynLloydMikotoNicholOmozuSennoSumeragiTakumiTarbaZharaZola
Regalia and personal weapons Astral BlessingAurgelmirBifröstBölverkBrynhildrChakramExcaliburFujin YumiGanglariHagakure BladeMissiletainnPursuerRaijintoSiegfriedSkadiWaterwheelYato
Chapters Prologue Pr: Ties That Bind • 1: Nohr • 2: Gift of Ganglari • 3: Journey Begins • 4: Hoshido • 5: Mother • 6: The Path Is Yours
6: In the White Light • 7: A Vow Upheld • 8: Fierce Winds • 9: Land of Gods • 10: Ninja Village • 11: To the Sea • 12: Dark Reunion • 13: Another Hope • 14: Light Scatters • 15: Wolfskin Peak • 16: Pleasure Palace • 17: Lost in the Ice • 18: Leo • 19: Rainbow Sage • 20: Fort Dragonfall • 21: Burning Falls • 22: Hidden Capital • 23: Camilla • 24: Tears of a Dragon • 25: Traitor Revealed • 26: Xander • 27: King Garon • Endgame: Dawn Breaks
6: Embrace the Dark • 7: A Dragon's Decree • 8: Cold Reception • 9: Another Trial • 10: Unhappy Reunion • 11: Rainbow Sage • 12: Bitter Intrigue • 13: Uprising • 14: Voice of Paradise • 15: The Black Pillar • 16: Invasion • 17: Den of Betrayal • 18: Black & White • 19: Kitsune Lair • 20: Winds of Change • 21: Eternal Stairway • 22: Sakura • 23: Possessed • 24: Hinoka • 25: Ryoma • 26: Treason • 27: The Empty King • Endgame: Night Breaks Through
6: Into the Ground • 7: Unspeakable World • 8: Traitor's Brand • 9: Wanderer • 10: Voice of a God • 11: Mutual Enemies • 12: Frozen Sea • 13: A Lost Peace • 14: Orders • 15: Rainbow Sage • 16: White Flames • 17: Black Flames • 18: Veiled Kingdom • 19: Hidden Strings • 20: Seeds of Doubt • 21: Going Forward • 22: Memories • 23: Arete Undone • 24: Days Lost • 25: Blades Drawn • 26: The Vallite King • 27: Hear My Cry • Endgame: Anankos
Paralogues 1: Tragic Start • 2: Dragon Blood • 3: Surprise Duet • 4: Fight or Flight • 5: Bold Approach • 6: Herbal Remedy • 7: Father & Liege • 8: A Great Hunt • 9: Saizo vs. Saizo • 10: Hunter & Prey • 11: A Long Grudge • 12: Sweet Dreams • 13: Truly Talented • 14: After the End • 15: Hidden Bravery • 16: Abducted • 17: Two Defenders • 18: Nutty Family • 19: Great Heroism • 20: Ultimate Power • 21: Bright Smile • 22: Abrupt Clash
Invasions Birthright: Invasion 1Invasion 2Invasion 3Conquest: Invasion 1Invasion 2Invasion 3Revelation: Invasion 1Invasion 2Invasion 3
DLC chapters Ghostly GoldBoo CampMuseum MeleeBeach BrawlRoyal RoyaleBefore AwakeningHidden Truths 1Hidden Truths 2Vanguard DawnAnna on the RunBallistician BlitzWitches' TrialA Gift from AnnaAnother Gift from AnnaI: In Endless DreamsII: Realms CollideIII: The Changing TideIV: Light's SacrificeV: Endless DawnEnd: Lost in the WavesHoshidan Festival of BondsNohrian Festival of Bonds
Hero Battles Hero-King MarthRadiant Hero IkePrincess LucinaGrandmaster Robin
Locations Deeprealms (My Castle) • Hoshido (Flame TribeIzumoKohgaMokushuWind Tribe) • Nohr (Dragon's GateIce TribeNestra) • Notre SagesseValla (Bottomless Canyon)
Groups, objects, and concepts Dragon VeinMy Castle
Related topics Ancient TextsDownloadable contentFire Emblem Fates: Crown of NibelungName chartPre-release information (Unused content) • Soundtrack