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Portrait damas fe06.png
Damas' portrait in The Binding Blade.

The leader of the brigands roaming around Pherae.





Starting class



The Binding Blade

Heh. Even Eliwood, the greatest knight in Lycia, is no match for an illness, it seems.
— Damas

Damas (Japanese: ダマス Damasu) is the leader of the bandits from Mount Bolm[1] and the boss of the first chapter of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade. A lowly bandit from Lycia, he and his band decide to take advantage of Pherae's low defense, attacking the castle and the adjacent villages.[2]

He manages to strike a village before Roy's group arrives; however, instead of running away, Damas refuses to pass up this opportunity of making gold, and orders his men to attack the reinforcements.

Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade


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Stats with two figures separated by a ~ are presented as a range, representing stats that vary due to random growths. The figures to the left and right of the ~ are the stat's minimum and maximum possible values respectively.[3]

Normal Hard

Portrait damas fe06.png
Ma gba fighter enemy.gif Fighter
Level 5
Max HP 28 Luck 0
Strength 9 Defense 4
Skill 5 Resistance 0
Speed 6 Constitution 11
Movement 5 Aid 10
Steel Axe
Weapon Levels
Swords Lances Axes Bows
Anima magic Light magic Dark magic Staves


Battle quote

You bumbling idiots! You can't take down a few pathetic knights?!
— Damas.

Death quote

Wh...what the...?! S...So strong...
— Damas.

Flavor text

Game Text
The Binding Blade The leader of a Pheraen
group of bandits.*


Screenshot from a July 2001 Famitsu preview
  • Damas has an unused color scheme for his battle sprites that is never seen in normal gameplay, as it is incorrectly assigned to be used as a promoted unit.[4]
  • A prerelease screenshot showed that Damas was originally in the Brigand class, before it was changed to the Fighter class in the final game.

Etymology and other languages

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


Unofficial romanization, popularized by Serenes Forest and used in multiple versions of the fan translation patch (both the most recent, up-to-date version as well as older ones); see the Japanese name.



Damas is an uncommon surname, seen in Spanish and French-speaking countries.[5] Other sources suggest it is a Greek name for boys, meaning "subduer".[6]


Small portrait damas fe06.png Sprite Gallery
Portrait damas fe06.png Fighter Ma gba fighter enemy.gif
Bs fe07 enemy fighter axe.png
Basic axe
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Ranged axe*


  1. "Lord Eliwood! We're under attack by bandits from Mount Bolm." — Merlinus to Eliwood, Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
  2. "Bandit: Boss! They've all hidden themselves inside the castle!
    Damas: Heh. Even Eliwood, the greatest knight in Lycia, is no match for an illness, it seems.
    Bandit: Hee hee hee... You were right when you said there wouldn't be many soldiers. They're all getting reading to defend against Bern!
    Damas: Of course I was right, I'm always right, you fool. But reinforcements could be here any minute. All right, you curs, listen up! Kill everyone in the castle while we still got time! Then we can waltz outta here with all the loot.
    " — Damas and a bandit, Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
  3. Dawn of Destiny,, Retrieved: December 24, 2020
  4. Fire Emblem: Fuuin no Tsurugi – Battle Palettes, The Cutting Room Floor, Retrieved: August 18, 2022
  6. "Meaning of Damas", "Meaning of Damasus", "Meaning of Damasos"
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