|“||You'll get your money's worth outta me.||”|
(Japanese: ベオウルフ Beowolf) was a Jugdrali mercenary in a partnership with fellow mercenary Waltz. He and Waltz were hired by Lord Macbeth of Anphony in the Agustrian war with Grannvale, but during the battle he was hired by Sigurd's army to side with them in fighting King Chagall and beyond until the Battle of Belhalla. During his lifetime he had at least one child: Felgus; additionally, there is evidence to suggest that he also fathered Delmud, the eldest child of Lady Lachesis of Nordion.
- 1 Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
- 2 Personality and character
- 3 Love growths and events
- 4 Quotes
- 5 Other appearances
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Etymology and other languages
- 8 Gallery
- 9 References
Following the fall of Heirhein to Sigurd, Macbeth ordered Waltz's mercenary unit to deploy to fight Sigurd, but both Waltz and Beowolf held back until Sigurd's army drew close out of suspicion toward Macbeth. During the skirmish, Beowolf was approached by one of Sigurd's men and hired into Sigurd's service for 10,000 gold.
Starting stats and growth rates
Promotion stat gains
Beowolf has the issue of joining underleveled and relatively late. His high sword rank and wealth does make him somewhat easy to train up, and he has very good promotion bonuses. However, Genealogy's latter half gives him some trouble due to the presence of mages and horse-penalizing terrain. If you wish to rely on Beowolf, then consider giving him the Brave Sword since his Strength isn't too great. Alternatively, you could give him the Magic Ring and a magic sword to grant him decent 2-range combat; this set up combos decently with Beowolf's Accost skill since he won't suffer any additional counter attacks. Other sword cavalry units do compete with Beowolf for these weapons, so whether or not to give Beowolf these weapons will depend on who you've been training beforehand. Beowolf is a strong contender for being Lachesis' best husband, since it's easy to pair them up and he turns Lachesis' son into a great combat unit. He can make an okay husband for Adean and Briggid, but they both have much better options.
Personality and character
Though dedicated to his mercenary work, Beowolf nonetheless was judgemental of his employers and was prepared to abandon their service should he disagree with their cause or motivations. He had a history of working with Eldigan of Nordion and held a high respect for him, and by Eldigan's request took to looking out for and tutoring his younger sister Lachesis during the Agustrian war. Even though he and Waltz were close friends and partners, both accepted that one day the two may be enemies to each other in the employ of conflicting parties, which ultimately happened in Agustria.
Love growths and events
- In Chapter 2, Beowolf can talk to Lachesis after Anphony Castle has been seized, granting her +2 Strength and Skill, +1 Defense and 100 love points between the pair.
- In Chapter 5, if they are lovers, Lachesis can talk to Beowolf, yielding no reward.
|“||Don't hold this against me. ...it's just how I make a living.||”|
— Beowolf, as an enemy in Chapter 2 in Genealogy of the Holy War.
|“||Yeah, probably... But I'm a mercenary, and those are my orders...||”|
— Beowolf, when fighting Waltz in Chapter 2 in Genealogy of the Holy War.
|“||Argh... Damn it! My luck has finally run out...||”|
— Beowolf, in Genealogy of the Holy War.
Beowolf was featured on four TCG cards.
|Fire Emblem Trading Card Game data for Beowolf|
|Class: Free Knight||Level 1 Cavalry||Direct Attack|
|Energy: 5||Atk.: 2 / Counter: 1||WLv.: B|
|Equip: Iron Sword||Skills: Canto • Accost • Follow-Up|
|Card #036 • Rarity: ★★ • Artist: Mayumi Hirota|
|Class: Free Knight||Level 10 Cavalry||Direct Attack|
|Energy: 7||Atk.: 3 / Counter: 1||WLv.: B|
|Equip: Steel Blade||Skills: Canto • Accost • Follow-Up|
|Card #2-016 • Rarity: ★★ • Artist: Koya Katsuyoshi|
|Class: Ranger||Level 20 Cavalry||Direct Attack|
|Energy: 8||Atk.: 3 / Counter: 1||WLv.: A|
|Equip: Steel Sword||Skills: Class Change • Canto • Training • Accost • Follow-Up|
|Card #3-015 • Rarity: ★ • Artist: Koya Katsuyoshi|
|Class: Free Knight||Level 15 Cavalry||Direct Attack|
|Energy: 7||Atk.: 2 / Counter: 1||WLv.: B|
|Equip: Wing Clipper
|Skills: Follow-Up • Accost • Rescue • Capture|
|Card #AN-018 • Rarity: ★★ • Artist: Eiji Kaneda|
|Card scans and information translation provided by Aquantis.|
Fire Emblem Cipher
Beowolf is currently featured on three cards in Fire Emblem Cipher.
|Fire Emblem Cipher data for Beowolf|
|Fearless Free Knight, Beowolf|
|"Don't take this personally, yeah? We've all gotta make a living..."|
|Attack: 50||Support: 10||Range: 1||Deploy Cost: 2|
|Class: Free Knight||Tier: Base||Class Change Cost: --|
|"Do you want to hire me?": [Trigger]  When you deploy this card, you may pay the cost, and if you do: This card gains 30 Attack until the end of that turn.|
|Card #B06-037N • Artist: Clover.K|
|Talented Mercenary Knight, Beowolf|
|"See, war ain't fun and games, and someone as green as you's just gonna get in the way."|
|Attack: 70||Support: 10||Range: 1||Deploy Cost: 4|
|Class: Ranger||Tier: Advanced||Class Change Cost: 3|
|Swordfighting Adept: [Activate] [Once per turn]  Untap this unit. Until the end of the turn, this unit gains +10 attack.|
Merciless Follow-Up: [Activate] [Once per turn]  If this unit has used "Swordfighting Adept" in this turn, untap this unit.
Slaying Accost: [Activate] [Once per turn]  If this unit has used "Merciless Follow-Up" in this turn, untap this unit.
|Card #B12-085R • Artist: Homazo|
|Man Wandering on the Battlefield, Beowolf|
|"Yeah, I ain't up for this at all. I'm this close to just walkin' off the job."|
|Attack: 40||Support: 10||Range: 1||Deploy Cost: 1|
|Class: Free Knight||Tier: Base||Class Change Cost: --|
|Mercenary in High Demand: [Always] During your turn, if you have 6 or more cards in your hand, this unit gains +10 attack.|
Attack Emblem: [Support] Until the end of this battle, your attacking unit gains +20 attack.
|Card #B12-086N • Artist: Homura|
|Some card information translation provided by Serenes Forest.|
For more detailed strategic information on these cards, see their TCG wiki article on Beowulf .
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Beowulf||Used in the current version of the Genealogy of the Holy War fan translation.|
|Japanese||ベオウルフ||Officially romanized as Beowolf. From Beowulf, hero of the eponymous Anglo-Saxon poem.|
Artwork of Beowolf from the Fire Emblem Trading Card Game.
Artwork of Beowolf from Genealogy of the Holy War.
Beowolf's portrait in Genealogy of the Holy War.
- "I'm not buyin' any of this. I'm 'bout ready to walk on that Macbeth sleaze." — Beowolf, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
- "Beowolf: Heh heh... tough little cookie, ain't ya. Remind me a bit of Eldigan.
Lachesis: Wait! You know my brother?
Beowolf: Sure do. We go way back. Don't mean t'be so nosy, but he asked me t'check up on ya.
Lachesis: Oh, I didn't realise. I'm sorry.
Beowolf: S'alright. Eldigan also asked me t'teach you a bit about warfare. How 'bout it?" — Beowolf and Lachesis, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
- "Waltz: Well, do as you see fit. As a mercenary you're free to work for whomever you please. Strange how one day we're fighting side by side... the next day who knows.
Beowolf: Sure is. I just hope I don't gotta face you ever. I wouldn't stand a chance." — Waltz and Beowolf, 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.|