Baron Ochs is the current head of House Ochs in the Adrestian Empire. In Imperial Year 1175, the Dagda and Brigid War occurred, in which his house was attacked by the combined forces of Dagda and Brigid, going missing alongside his daughter, Monica von Ochs, in the process. In 1180, he reappears one day in Enbarr trying to escape with the Hero's Relic Vajra-Mushti he stole from Balthus, with the intention of selling it in the black market to some people claiming to be holding her daughter hostage, promising they'll give her back in exchange for the relic. Byleth, Balthus and Hapi confront Baron Ochs and swiftly defeat him, only for the latter to succumb to the relic's power and turn into a Forlorn Beast. Byleth and co. are then forced to slay him.
Baron Ochs is the boss of the DLC paralogue Black Market Scheme.
Enemy - The Black Market
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Normal Hard Maddening
- Forlorn Beast
Normal Hard Maddening
Personality and character
In spite of the circumstances where he's fought, Baron Ochs shows to care for his daughter and is willing to do anything to ensure her safety, even if it means stealing and selling a Hero's Relic in Adrestia's black market.
|“||Baron Ochs: Don't come any closer! If you do, I will have no choice but to unleash this power upon you!
Balthus: Easy there, buddy. Danger wise, that thing's on par with a Hero's Relic! If you don't have a Crest, you'll turn into a hideous monster!
Baron Ochs: You can't scare me! No price is too high to save my precious daughter!
— Baron Ochs fighting Balthus in Black Market Scheme.
|“||Baron Ochs: Your highness! Please, have mercy, I beg of you!
Edelgard: Baron Ochs. Explain yourself.
Baron Ochs: There's no time! Please, you must allow me to pass!
— Baron Ochs fighting Edelgard in Black Market Scheme.
|“||I harbor no ill will. All I ask for is forgiveness, for the sake of my house!||”|
— Baron Ochs as an enemy in Black Market Scheme.
|“||Forgive me, my daughter... Monica...||”|
— Baron Ochs's death quote in Black Market Scheme.
Etymology and other languages
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