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FETH Catherine.png
Artwork of Catherine from Three Houses.

Holy Knight of Seiros





  • 27 (Part I)
  • 33 (Part II)

15th of the Horsebow Moon (September 15th)


175 cm (~5'8")

  • An unnamed father
  • Thunder Catherine
  • Thunderstrike Cassandra
Starting class


Voiced by
I am Thunder Catherine, and I will slay all of Lady Rhea's enemies. Including you.
— Catherine

Catherine (pronounced /'kæθɹɪn/[key]; Japanese: カトリーヌ Catherine), born Cassandra Rubens Charon[2] (pronounced /kə'sændɹə 'ɹubɪnz 'kɛɹən/[key]), is a character appearing in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. She is both a teacher at the Officers Academy and a Knight of Seiros.


Cassandra is one of the scions of House Charon of Faerghus and a previous alumnus of the Officers Academy. In Imperial Year 1176, she turned in her friend Christophe to the Knights of Seiros due to the latter implicating himself in an assassination attempt of the Western Church against Archbishop Rhea, which the Church of Seiros, due to the delicate political climate of the time, covered up and made it seem like Christophe supported the Tragedy of Duscur instead. After her friend's execution, House Charon began receiving constant hostility from Lord Lonato, who had long since suspected his son's implication with the Tragedy of Duscur was false. This led Cassandra to leave House Charon and live as a wanderer and eventually turn to thievery for a time up until she was found by Rhea, who provided her shelter. Afterwards, in gratitude to the Archbishop, Cassandra became a Knight of Seiros under the name of Catherine and gained access to the Hero Relic Thunderbrand, while also befriending Shamir in the process.

Catherine is introduced to Byleth shortly before the mission to subdue Lonato's rebellion against the Church, and accompanies them to Magdred Way and aids them in the battle. After Lonato's defeat, Catherine finds a note on his person detailing a plot to assassinate Rhea, which is carried out in the following month. Catherine shows up later on the Holy Mausoleum after the Mysterious Mage allied with the Western Church is slain by Byleth, proceeding to capture any remaining survivors of the attack. When Princess Edelgard von Hresvelg of Adrestia declares war on the Church, Catherine fights in the Battle of Garreg Mach on the Church's side, but is defeated.

On all routes other than Crimson Flower, Catherine returns to the monastery on the day of the millennium festival and accompanies Byleth throughout the war with the Empire. On the Crimson Flower route, Catherine can be fought during an optional mission in Brigid, and participates in a counterattack on Garreg Mach Monastery on a separate front to the one Seteth leads, which succeeds in weakening the imperial army, slaying Ladislava and leaving Randolph fatally wounded. Catherine is last seen in Fhirdiad, where she reluctantly sets the city on fire under the orders of Rhea, and proceeds to fight in the ensuing battle against the Black Eagle Strike Force as one of the commanders of the combined Kingdom/Church army; she can be either circumvented or slain at the player's discretion.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses


Catherine is a recruitable playable character on the Blue Lions and Golden Deer routes, is automatically recruited in Chapter 12 on the Church of Seiros route, is an NPC unit in Chapter 12 should she not be recruited before it and is a recurring enemy on the Crimson Flower route.

Starting stats and growth rates


Main article: Catherine/Stats

Blue Lions/Golden Deer routes Church of Seiros route P: Falling Short of Heaven, Normal P: Falling Short of Heaven, Hard P: Falling Short of Heaven, Maddening

Small portrait catherine fe16.png
Ma ns01 swordmaster catherine playable.gif Swordmaster
Level 7
Movement 5
Crest Crest of Charon
Recruitment: Chapter 4, talk to while exploring the monastery if Byleth is at least level 15

Base Stats Growth Rates Max Stats

Inventory Abilities
Intermediate Seal
Fighting Spirit
Sword Crit +10
Sword Prowess Lv 4
Brawling Prowess Lv 2
Authority Lv 1
Combat arts Spells Battalion
Finesse Blade
Bane of Monsters
Foudroyant Strike*
-- Seiros Mercenaries Lv 1
Skill Levels
Swords Lances Axes Bows Brawling Reason Faith Authority Heavy Armor Riding Flying
Strength -- -- -- Strength Weakness -- -- -- -- --

Catherine can reclass to Noble, Myrmidon and Mercenary. She also possesses the following combat arts, which can be equipped at the player's choice:

Neutral - Chapter 3

Normal Hard Maddening

Small portrait catherine fe16.png
Ma ns01 swordmaster catherine other.gif Swordmaster
Level 5
Movement 5
Crest Crest of Charon
Max HP 32 Luck 10
Strength 19 Defense 13
Magic 8 Resistance 8
Dexterity 13 Charm 5
Speed 18
Inventory Abilities
Thunderbrand Fighting Spirit
Sword Crit +10
Combat arts Spells Battalion
Foudroyant Strike -- --
Skill Levels
Swords Lances Axes Bows Brawling Reason Faith Authority Heavy Armor Riding Flying Class mastery
A E E E E E E E -- -- -- FE16ClassMasteryEmpty.png

Neutral - Chapter 12

Normal Hard Maddening

Enemy - Black Eagles Chapter 12

Normal Hard Maddening

Enemy - Crimson Flower, Foreign Land and Sky

Normal Hard Maddening

Enemy - Crimson Flower Chapter 18

Normal Hard Maddening

Growth rates when reclassed

Main article: Catherine/Stats#Growth rates when reclassed


Ability Learned at
Is ns01 skill self buff.png Fighting Spirit Personal ability, innate and unremovable
Is ns01 sword prowess lv 4.png Sword Prowess Innate; replaced with higher levels at Swords A+
Is ns01 combat art sword.png Wrath Strike Innate
Is ns01 combat art sword.png Grounder Innate
Is ns01 combat art sword.png Bane of Monsters Innate
Is ns01 axebreaker.png Axebreaker Innate
Is ns01 combat art sword.png Finesse Blade Innate
Is ns01 sword crit +10.png Sword Crit +10 Swords S
Is ns01 swordfaire.png Swordfaire Swords S+
Is ns01 lance prowess lv 1.png Lance Prowess Lances E+; replaced with higher levels at Lances D+, C+, B+, and A+
Is ns01 combat art lance.png Tempest Lance Lances D
Is ns01 combat art lance.png Knightkneeler Lances C
Is ns01 swordbreaker.png Swordbreaker Lances B
Is ns01 lance crit +10.png Lance Crit +10 Lances S
Is ns01 lancefaire.png Lancefaire Lances S+
Is ns01 axe prowess lv 1.png Axe Prowess Axes E+; replaced with higher levels at Axes D+, C+, B+, and A+
Is ns01 combat art axe.png Smash Axes D
Is ns01 combat art axe.png Helm Splitter Axes C
Is ns01 lancebreaker.png Lancebreaker Axes B
Is ns01 axe crit +10.png Axe Crit +10 Axes S
Is ns01 axefaire.png Axefaire Axes S+
Is ns01 bow prowess lv 1.png Bow Prowess Bows E+; replaced with higher levels at Bows D+, C+, B+, and A+
Is ns01 combat art bow.png Curved Shot Bows D
Is ns01 close counter.png Close Counter Bows C
Is ns01 bow crit +10.png Bow Crit +10 Bows S
Is ns01 bowfaire.png Bowfaire Bows S+
Is ns01 brawling prowess lv 3.png Brawling Prowess Innate; replaced with higher levels at Brawling B+ and A+
Is ns01 combat art brawling.png Fading Blow Innate
Is ns01 combat art brawling.png Rushing Blow Innate
Is ns01 combat art brawling.png Nimble Combo Innate
Is ns01 combat art.png Healing Focus Brawling B
(Innate on Silver Snow)
Is ns01 combat art brawling.png Bombard Brawling A
Is ns01 brawl crit +10.png Brawl Crit +10 Brawling S
Is ns01 fistfaire.png Fistfaire Brawling S+
Is ns01 reason lv 1.png Reason Reason E+; replaced with higher levels at Reason D+, C+, B+, and A+
Is ns01 black magic range +1.png Black Magic Range +1 Reason S
Is ns01 black tomefaire.png Black Tomefaire Reason S+
Is ns01 faith lv 1.png Faith Faith E+; replaced with higher levels at Faith D+, C+, B+, and A+
Is ns01 white magic range +1.png White Magic Range +1 Faith S
Is ns01 white tomefaire.png White Tomefaire Faith S+
Is ns01 authority lv 1.png Authority Innate; replaced with higher levels at Authority D+, C+, B+, and A+
Is ns01 battalion vantage.png Battalion Vantage Authority C
Is ns01 defensive tactics.png Defensive Tactics Authority B
Is ns01 offensive tactics.png Offensive Tactics Authority S+
Is ns01 weight -3.png Weight -3 Heavy Armor C
Is ns01 combat art.png Smite Heavy Armor B
Is ns01 weight -5.png Weight -5 Heavy Armor A
Is ns01 armored effect null.png Armored Effect Null Heavy Armor S+
Is ns01 dexterity +4.png Dexterity +4 Riding C
Is ns01 movement +1.png Movement +1 Riding A+
Is ns01 cavalry effect null.png Cavalry Effect Null Riding S+
Is ns01 alert stance.png Alert Stance Flying B
Is ns01 alert stance+.png Alert Stance+ Flying A+
Is ns01 flying effect null.png Flying Effect Null Flying S+
The above ability list does not include class abilities, or abilities and combat arts that are granted by items.

Spell list

Spell Learned at
Fire Reason D
Bolganone Reason C
Ragnarok Reason A
Heal Faith D
Nosferatu Faith D+
Recover Faith C


This character analysis section may not be accurate to every player's experience.

Catherine is a unit whose performance and utility can greatly vary depending on when she is recruited and what house you are playing. If you are playing Golden Deer or Blue Lions, Catherine is essentially one of the strongest units in the early game being available to recruit and deploy on the chapter's main map as early as Chapter 5 as a level 9 Swordmaster. Recruiting Catherine this early is fairly simple, consisting of raising Byleth’s support with her to C+-rank so she can be recruited by a level 9 Byleth. First, when Catherine first becomes available to speak to in the Garreg Mach Monastery in Chapter 3 share two meals with her that all participants enjoy. Next, give Catherine the Whetstone you obtain in an early game quest. When the C-support becomes available watch it immediately then share two more meals with Catherine that both participants enjoy. If she is still not at the proper rank (check support info in the meal sharing menu to check for a C+ rank) return her lost Badge of Graduation or give her an owl feather and she should be ready to recruit and dominate Chapter 5. When she joins, Catherine has the Swordmaster’s class bases of 19 strength (effectively 24 with Swordmaster's inherent Swordfaire) and 18 speed, stats likely far better than the students’ that enable her to double all early game enemies and not get doubled by even the fastest enemy units on maddening mode. Moreover, due to her personal skill of Fighting Spirit, Catherine gets an effective +5 to her Defense and Resistance, making her decently tanky with an effective 18 defense and 13 resistance as long as she has no battalion equipped. Additionally, due to her A-rank in swords, she already has Axebreaker; combined with her high speed, Catherine can dodge enemy axe-users fairly reliably. All of these factors make Catherine essentially able to solo Chapter 5 even on maddening. Recruiting Catherine this early also nets you the Thunderbrand, a lighter and stronger Brave Sword that you can potentially obtain seven chapters before Brave weapons can be purchased from the marketplace.

On the other hand, If you are playing Black Eagles, Catherine can only be recruited in Chapter 12 and only if you choose to play the Silver Snow route. Despite having received decent stat boosts from auto-leveling, Catherine is less impressive here since your units you have been training from the start and are likely on par with her or better by virtue of having access to class mastery skills, tutoring, and classes with higher movement than the Swordmaster’s five. Catherine is by no means a bad unit by this point. She is still very fast and has good Brawling combat arts in Nimble Combo and, later on, Bombard which both hit twice and have good synergy with her Major Crest of Charon which has an overall 91% of raising might by five on at least one of those hits; however, at this point, Catherine cannot easily reclass into anything with better movement and will be hard pressed to obtain any useful mastery skills without resorting to grinding, leaving her underwhelming, especially compared to her performance in Chapter 5 on other routes. Even on Blue Lions/Golden Deer playthroughs, the advantage Catherine gains via early recruitment wears off as your other units become stronger and the enemy units become faster and more difficult to take out in one round. Come part II, Catherine will struggle to double enemies or even resist getting doubled by the fastest enemies. For these situations, Catherine has her Brawling combat arts, but since they cannot be used while Catherine is on a mount, meaning she cannot take advantage of Canto or high movement when using these arts, they are decidedly less ideal than the other guaranteed follow-up combat arts like Swift Strikes and Point-Blank Volley that can be used in cavalry and flying classes. Ultimately, Catherine is an amazing unit for the early game but otherwise is good to decent if recruited late into Part I.

Catherine has a few options for her final class depending on how much investment you want to put in her. First, Catherine can stay as a Swordmaster while you train her riding rank to get Movement +1 so that she has a better movement stat on par with infantry master classes. However, if Catherine’s mobility is of greater concern to you, then Assassin is overall better due to having six movement at base and not being slowed by unfavorable terrain like forests at the cost of one strength when compared to the Swordmaster. While Mortal Savant seems like the ideal choice for the final class of sword-focused units, it is in reality a pretty lackluster class having bad class modifiers in speed and strength, being overall weaker and slower than Assassin and Swordmaster, not to mention that Catherine has a weakness in Reason making obtaining the certification fairly difficult especially if she was recruited late. Both Swordmaster and Assassin are far more ideal for Catherine as they require less investment and allow for her to use Gauntlets and her Brawling combat arts without dismounting while also having good class modifiers. If you are willing to invest more into Catherine, her best class will be Falcon Knight as it allows her to use her speed to dodge tank by granting her easier access to Alert Stance+ and inherent Avoid +10, though depending on when she is recruited getting an A-rank in Lances and a B+ in flying can be fairly difficult. Regardless of what promotion path Catherine follows, there are some class mastery skills that will prove useful to get. These skills include the Brigand’s Death Blow, the Pegasus Knight’s Darting Blow, and the Archer’s Hit +20 as they all improve her general combat performance by making her more accurate or stronger.

Personality and character

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Catherine is loyal to Archbishop Rhea.


Main article: Catherine/Supports


Catherine, Free Knight (Silver Snow*, Verdant Wind)
Catherine left the Knights of Seiros and set out to travel across Fódlan. With Thunderbrand in hand, she wandered the countryside, seeking always to defend the innocent and punish the wicked. Her many years of heroics ensured that she would always be remembered by the people as a beloved folk hero.

Catherine, Guardian of Zanado (Silver Snow*, Azure Moon)
When Rhea resigned her position of archbishop and left the Church of Seiros, Catherine followed. She devoted herself wholly to Rhea's protection, and the two lived a life of quiet seclusion. Though Thunderbrand remained always by her side, she came to be known by a different name: the Guardian of Zanado.

Dimitri, Savior King & Catherine, Free Knight (Azure Moon)
Dimitri assumed the throne of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus and spent his life ruling justly over Fódlan. Two years after his coronation, he announced his marriage to Catherine. The people speculated wildly about how this union came to be. Some said that Dimitri spent two full years wooing her, while others suggested that the matter was resolved by a duel. In any case, the couple worked tirelessly to reform the Kingdom, but despite their busy days, it is said that they always found time for sparring, and that the clash of steel could be heart throughout the castle at all hours.

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.

Catherine, Free Knight & Shamir, Distant Archer
After quitting the Knights of Seiros, Catherine and Shamir set out on a lifelong journey together. The pair were inseparable as they traveled across Fódlan, and eventually wound up in Shamir's homeland of Dagda. They faced many hardships on their adventures, some of which were self-inflicted, as the duo had a way of sticking their noses into others' business in their efforts to right wrongs. It is said, however, that no foe they encountered ever proved a match for the combined might of Shamir's marksmanship and Catherine's Thunderbrand.

Lorenz, Noble of the Red Rose & Catherine, Free Knight
As the new head of House Gloucester, Lorenz first worked to restore his own territory, and then expanded his vision to include reforms for all Fódlan. At the height of his storied political career, he announced his marriage Catherine, the former Knight of Seiros. Catherine had left Garreg Mach behind for a life of freedom, but was eventually persuaded to accept Lorenz's passionate marriage proposal. Even after joining House Gloucester and returning to life among the nobility, however, it is said that Catherine much preferred relaxing in a tavern to dressing up for court.

Ashe, Arrow of Justice & Catherine, Free Knight
After the war, Ashe was formally knighted and appointed the new head of House Gaspard, which had no successors. He asked Catherine, who had left the Knights of Seiros, to marry him, but she declined, convinced that the people of Gaspard territory would never accept it. Refusing to set his love for Catherine aside, Ashe worked diligently along with the Church of Seiros to expose the full truth of the Western Church's plot. With great persistence, he convinced the people of this truth, and then persuaded Catherine finally to reconsider. The people received her reluctantly at first, but over time, they recognized her virtue and came to accept her.


Battle quotes

Lady Rhea... With my sword, I will put an end to your suffering.
— Catherine, fighting the Immaculate One in Silver Snow Chapter 21.
I am Thunder Catherine, and I will slay all of Lady Rhea's enemies. Including you.
— Catherine as an enemy in Black Eagles Chapter 12.
I trusted you. Lady Rhea trusted you. I won't let you live after what you've done.
— Catherine, as an enemy fighting Byleth in Black Eagles Chapter 12.
Brigid will not become a puppet of the Empire. The Knights of Seiros won't let it happen!
— Catherine, as a boss in Foreign Land and Sky.
Bernadetta: Ah! It's Thunder Catherine! We're done for!
Catherine: Hey, I was going to say that! You didn't let me introduce myself. How rude. Thunderbrand and I will have to teach you some manners.

— Catherine, as a boss fighting Bernadetta in Foreign Land and Sky.
I will pour everything into this battle-my body, my soul. Thunderbrand rumbles, urging me on. I am the goddess's servant. You will taste my blade!
— Catherine as an enemy in Crimson Flower Chapter 18.
I wish you'd never shown your face at Garreg Mach. I always knew you were trouble, yet I did nothing. Time for me to correct that mistake. Prepare to meet your end!
— Catherine, as an enemy fighting Byleth in Crimson Flower Chapter 18.
Shamir: Hello, Catherine. I always knew this day would come.
Catherine: What a coincidence, so did I. It seems that now we have no choice. We have nothing in common. Not our backgrounds, not our beliefs.
Shamir: Not the way we lived... or the way we'll die.

— Catherine as an enemy when fighting Shamir in Crimson Flower Chapter 18.

Critical quotes

Stay down.
— Catherine
Out of my sight!
— Catherine
Where do I start?
— Catherine
Repent from the grave!
— Catherine

Death/retreat quotes

Forced me to retreat, huh? You'll get yours.
— Catherine's retreat quote as a playable character in Part I.
If I die here, you must save...
— Catherine's death quote in classic mode as a playable character in Part II.
I'm sorry. My faith is strong, but I fear I must retreat.
— Catherine's retreat quote in casual mode as a playable character in Part II.
Lady Rhea, I'm sorry. Please stay safe.
— Catherine's defeat quote as an enemy in Black Eagles Chapter 12.
I can't achieve anything more here. Keep fighting! Stop them!
— Catherine's defeat quote as an enemy in Foreign Land and Sky.
Lady Rhea... My service ends here. It's been an honor.
— Catherine's death quote as an enemy in Crimson Flower Chapter 18.

Other quotes

Main article: Catherine/Quotes

Other appearances

Fire Emblem Cipher

Catherine is currently featured on two cards in Fire Emblem Cipher.

Fire Emblem Cipher data for Catherine
TCGCipher B19-036HN.png Wielder of the Thunderbrand, Catherine



"My weapon is called Thunderbrand. It's one of the Hero's Relics."
Attack: 70 Support: 10 Range: 1 Deploy Cost: 4
Class: Swordmaster Tier: Advanced Class Change Cost: 3
Thunderbrand, the Magic Sword: [Trigger] [Once per turn] [Flip one bond card] When this unit's attack fails to destroy an enemy, if the defending unit is your opponent's lord, untap this unit.
Returning the Archbishop's Favor: [Activate] [Once per turn] [Send 1 card from your hand to the Retreat Area] Choose 1 "Rhea" with a deployment cost of 5 or lower from your Retreat Area, and add it to your hand.
Card #B19-036HNArtist: Subaru Yasuda
TCGCipher B19-037N.png Swordswoman of the Monastery, Catherine



"I don't fight for king and country anymore. I fight for Lady Rhea."
Attack: 40 Support: 10 Range: 1 Deploy Cost: 1
Class: Myrmidon Tier: Base Class Change Cost: --
Sword Devoted to Rhea: [Always] If this unit is being supported by "Rhea", this unit gains +20 attack.
Attack Support Attack Emblem: [Support] Until the end of this combat, your attacking unit gains +20 attack.
Card #B19-037NArtist: Subaru Yasuda
Some card information translation provided by Serenes Forest.
For more detailed strategic information on these cards, see their TCG wiki article on Catherine .


Catherine's unused S-rank illustration.
  • In the game's data, there's an unused variation of Catherine's S-rank support illustration which despicts Byleth with darker hair. For plot related reasons, this is only possible in the Crimson Flower route, the only path where Catherine can't be recruited.
  • Disregarding enemy-only abilities, as an enemy on the Crimson Flower route, Catherine has access to the Avoid +10 and Sword Avoid +20 abilities, which she can't learn as a playable unit. For non-NPC bosses, the former is only available as an innate ability for the Falcon Knight and Wyvern Lord classes, while the latter can only be learnt by students once they gain access to the Dancer class.

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Catherine A feminine given name derived from the Greek name "Aikaterina", of uncertain etymology. The early Christians associated it with the Greek adjective "katharos", meaning "pure".
Japanese カトリーヌ Catherine
Spanish Catherine As above.
French Catherine As above.
German Catherine As above.
Italian Catherine As above.
Korean 카트린 Catherine
Simplified Chinese 卡多莉奴 Catherine
Traditional Chinese 卡多莉奴 Catherine


Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Cassandra Rubens Charon Cassandra is a Greek feminine name meaing "to excel" or "to shine".[3] Rubens is the Brazilian Portuguese form of the Hebrew name Reuben, meaning "behold, a son".[4] Charon, in Greek mythology, is the ferryman who brings the dead to the underworld.
Japanese カサンドラ=カロン Cassandra Charon; the name "Rubens" is never mentioned in the Japanese script.
Spanish Cassandra Rubens Charon As above.
French Cassandra Rubens Charon As above.
German Cassandra Rubens Charon As above.
Italian Cassandra Rubens Charon As above.
Korean 카산드라 카론 Cassandra Charon
Simplified Chinese 卡善德拉·卡隆 Cassandra Charon
Traditional Chinese 卡善德拉·卡隆 Cassandra Charon


External links


  1. 1.0 1.1 Credits
  2. "I used to be known as Cassandra Rubens Charon. Perhaps you've heard that name before?" — Catherine, in her and Lorenz's B Support, Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  3. Meaning, origin, and history of the name Cassandra - Behind the Name, Behind the Name, Retrieved: February 28, 2020
  4. Meaning, origin, and history of the name Reuben - Behind the Name, Behind the Name, Retrieved: February 28, 2020
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