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Caspar von Bergliez (pronounced /'kæspɑɹ vɒn 'bɝgliz/[key]; Japanese: カスパル＝フォン＝ベルグリーズ Caspar von Berglies) is a playable character appearing in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. He is a student at the Officers Academy and a member of the Black Eagles.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Fire Emblem: Three Houses
- 3 Personality and character
- 4 Supports
- 5 Endings
- 6 Quotes
- 7 Other appearances
- 8 Trivia
- 9 Etymology and other languages
- 10 Gallery
- 11 External links
- 12 References
Caspar is the second son of Count Bergliez. Since he is not inheriting his father's title, he has decided to make a name for himself at the Officers Academy.
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Starting stats and growth rates
Enemy - Chapter 7
Enemy - Verdant Wind Chapter 18
|Born Fighter||Personal ability, innate and unremovable|
|Sword Prowess||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Sword Crit +10||S|
|Lance Prowess||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Lance Crit +10||S|
|Axe Prowess||Innate; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Axe Crit +10||S|
|Bow Prowess||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Bow Crit +10||S|
|Brawling Prowess||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Brawl Crit +10||S|
|Reason||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Black Magic Range +1||S|
|Faith||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|White Magic Range +1||S|
|Authority||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Armored Effect Null||S+|
|Cavalry Effect Null||S+|
|Flying Effect Null||S+|
|The above ability list does not include class abilities, or abilities and combat arts that are granted by items.|
Personality and character
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While Caspar's hotheadedness can hold him back, he is an honest man who has a strong sense of justice and hates lies and unfair treatment.
Caspar, Hotheaded General (Crimson Flower)
In recognition of his achievements during the war, Caspar was given the title of Minister of Military Affairs in the new Adrestian Empire. Though his command developed a reputation for occasional recklessness, he proved an able leader, guiding his troops to overcome countless obstacles. Long after his career had ended, tall tales of the glory and good cheer that he brought to his army endured.
Caspar, Roaming Instigator (other routes)
After the war, Caspar set out alone on a journey of self-discovery. He traveled to every corner of Fódlan and even ventured abroad now and again. It is said that he got into mischief at every turn but that the victims of his antics, always more amused than harmed or offended, remembered him fondly and passed those stories on to future generations.
Linhardt, Sleepy Crest Scholar & Caspar, Roaming Instigator (Silver Snow and Crimson Flower)
After the war, Linhardt and Caspar abandoned their noble houses to pursue a carefree journey wandering the world. They traveled to every corner of Fódlan, and even ventured abroad now and again. Caspar got into trouble at every turn on their travels, but Linhardt was always there, begrudgingly, to get him out of it. The records of their adventures were immortalized in a book by an anonymous author, entitled "The Thousand Roads and Seven Seas." It is said they did eventually settle down, after the events in those stories, but where they actually went is unknown.
Caspar, Hotheaded General & Dorothea, Devoted Heart (Crimson Flower)
In recognition of his achievements during the war, Caspar was given the title of Minister of Military Affairs in the new Adrestian Empire. Though his command developed a reputation for occasional recklessness, he proved an able leader, guiding his troops to overcome countless obstacles. In his personal life, he began to spend a great deal of time with Dorothea, who had returned to the Mittlefrank Opera Company after the war. When her efforts brought the opera house to the peak of its resurgence, it is said that Dorothea relinquished her position as songstress in order to retire with Caspar. They are rumored to have spent the rest of their lives together.
Caspar, Hotheaded General & Petra, Queen of Brigid
Petra return to her homeland of Brigid, and inherited the throne from her grandfather. As ruler, she declared independence from Fódlan, and renegotiated Brigid's diplomatic ties to Fódlan and Dagda on more equal terms. At every step along the way, she was accompanied and supported by her husband, Caspar, who had left Fódlan behind to be with her. It is said that the people of Brigid were initially suspicious of the union, due to Caspar's relation to a nemesis of their homeland, but that his tireless efforts on Brigid's behalf endeared them to him over time. It certainly helped that he made the queen very happy.
Caspar, Hotheaded General & Ashe, Arrow of Justice (Crimson Flower)
After the war, Caspar and Ashe embarked on a carefree journey around the world. They traveled to every corner of Fódlan, and even ventured abroad now and again, with the sole purpose of punishing those who preyed on the helpless. Though Caspar seemed to get into trouble at every turn, Ashe was always there to get him out of it, and Caspar's bravery and strength returned the favor more than once. Though opposites in many ways, they shared the same view of justice, and their abilities complemented one another nicely. The stories of their adventures lived on as exciting and amusing folktales.
Caspar, Roaming Instigator & Catherine, Free Knight (Verdant Wind)
Catherine resigned from the Knights of Seiros and traveled across Fódlan with Caspar. They dedicated themselves to defending the helpless wherever they went, and in time, the names Thunder Catherine and Inferno Caspar were known to all the world. Legends of their adventures became so popular and well-known that even catchphrases such as "Face the wrath of Thunderbrand!" and "Hey, that's not your sword!" were recounted in the stories that were passed down for generations.
Caspar, Roaming Instigator & Hilda, Free Spirit (Verdant Wind)
Caspar and Hilda, under no pressure to inherit any noble titles, spent the early years of peace after the war traveling. They journeyed to every corner of Fódlan, and even ventured abroad now and again. Caspar's antics caused endless entertainment for Hilda, who loved to stand by and watch him fight or squirm his way out of trouble. Eventually, their free-spirited adventure was called to an end by Hilda's brother, Holst, who offered Caspar a position as a knight in service of House Goneril. Caspar accepted, and before long, he and Hilda were married. The couple raised many children, and were said to have a notoriously lively household.
|“||Caspar: Huh. This guy seems real familiar...
Randolph: Y-you dastard! Aren't you... No...
Caspar: Eh, that doesn't matter right now. Let's go!
— Caspar, fighting Randolph in Chapter 12.
|“||Caspar: You must be Randolph... My uncle.
Randolph: Caspar?! Yes, indeed... So, I see you have chosen to oppose the Empire. If so, be warned that I won't hesitate. I'll strike you down, even if we're of the same house!
Caspar: You took the words right outta my mouth! Graaagh!
— Caspar, fighting Randolph in Chapter 14 (non-Crimson Flower versions).
|“||It's way over my head, and I don't really get what's going on between you and Edelgard. I thought for sure you two would come to an understanding, but I guess I was wrong.||”|
— Caspar, as an enemy fighting Byleth in Verdant Wind Chapter 18/Azure Moon Chapter 20.
|“||Caspar: Looks like we ended up on opposing sides, Linhardt!
Linhardt: Certainly seems that way. I could almost weep over how things turned out. Do you realize, Caspar, that this is the first time we've ever fought?
Caspar: Yeah, I think you're right. The first and probably the last!
— Caspar, fighting Linhardt in Verdant Wind Chapter 18/Azure Moon Chapter 20.
|“||Did you have to kill a lot of your friends to get here? Cause I'm gonna give this fight everything I've got!||”|
— Caspar, as an enemy in Verdant Wind Chapter 18/Azure Moon Chapter 20.
|“||Caspar: The Infamous Death Knight! Champion of the Empire! Taking you down is gonna be satisfying.
Death Knight: Heh. Simpleton...
— Caspar, fighting the Death Knight in The Face Beneath.
|“||I'll send you flying!||”|
|“||This'll do it!||”|
|“||Don't try and stop me!||”|
|“||Here we go!||”|
|“||What? I lost? Not me. Never me...||”|
— Caspar's retreat quote as a playable character in Part I.
|“||Don't blame yourself. It's my fault for being weak.||”|
— Caspar's death quote in classic mode as a playable character in Part II.
|“||I'll get stronger...but for now, I'll retreat while I can.||”|
— Caspar's retreat quote in casual mode as a playable character in Part II.
- Main article: Caspar/Quotes
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|English||Caspar von Bergliez||An Old Persian name meaning "treasurer".|
|Japanese||カスパル＝フォン＝ベルグリーズ||Caspar von Berglies|
|This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.|