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Dheginsea

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Dheginsea

FERD Dheginsea.png

Gender

Male

Race

Laguz

Title(s)

King of Goldoa

Starting class

Dragon King

Appearance(s)

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

Goldoa will not move.
— Dheginsea, in a flashback

Dheginsea, also known as Deghinsea in Path of Radiance and PAL regions of Radiant Dawn, is the king of Goldoa, land of the dragon laguz. He is one of Ashera's Three Heroes who deafeated the Dark God Yune. He has three children: Almedha, Rajaion, and Kurthnaga. He has two grandchildren: Soren and another from Rajaion. He wishes to live in peace and tries to prevent the other laguz tribes from fighting.

In Radiant Dawn, he sides with Ashera after her judgement.

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

Role

Dheginsea's only formal appearance in the events of this story is in a cutscene, which takes place shortly after the Greil Mercenaries arrive in Begnion. In the cutscene, he arranges a meeting between all of the laguz kings, in order to discuss the ongoing conflict spurred by Mad King Ashnard. There, he advises the other kings on how to proceed, stressing that they keep in mind Lehran's Medallion and the dark god trapped within, which could be freed if the war engulfs the entire continent of Tellius.

Dheginsea never gets involved directly in the war, for the sake of preserving the seal on the medallion. However, it is implied that he was strongly tempted by Ashnard to join the fray, when the Mad King enslaved his son, Rajaion and used the feral dragon as his personal mount.

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

Role

Dheginsea first appears at the ending cutscene of Part 3, Chapter 8: Incandescent Glow. After the Laguz Alliance emerges from Kauku Caves, entering Goldoa by mistake, they are taken to the King to be held trail for their trespass, however unintentional. It is only through the wishes of his subjects Nasir and Ena that the alliance is spared, and allowed to return by land to Gallia, rather than be forced to return via the fiery caves.

Later on, after Ashera's judgement turns almost everyone on Tellius to stone, it is revealed that Dheginsea, along with most of his people, were called to side with Ashera, and prevent Yune's army from reaching her in the Tower of Guidance. In Endgame Rebirth (part 3), the dragon prince and Dheginsea's last surviving son, prince Kurthnaga, faces off against his father, along with Ike and his party. Because Dheginsea refuses to believe that Yune was released from Lehran's Medallion by means of the Galdr of Release, he stands fast, along with most of his dragon subjects, and fights them. Despite his immense power, being far and away the strongest non-divine being in the world, and his lingering blessing from Ashera many centuries ago, he is defeated by Yune's army. With his last breath, he passes on his crown to Kurthnaga, and makes amends with Yune, despite having rewritten history against her. After giving his final regards to his people, he succumbs to his wounds in the tower and dies.

Stats

Small portrait dheginsea fe10.png
Black Dragon
Level 40
Affinity Is wii darkaffin.png
Constitution 42
Authority ★★★★★
Stats
Max HP 100 Speed 30
Strength 50 Luck 30
Magic 26 Defense 50
Skill 36 Resistance 46
Movement 6 Weight 82
Inventory Skills
Is wii black breath dheginsea.png Breath Is wii mantle.png Mantle
Is wii night tide.png Night Tide
Is wii formshift.png Formshift
Is wii shove.png Shove
Is wii ire.png Ire
Weapon Levels
WiiRankSword.png -- WiiRankLance.png -- WiiRankAxe.png -- WiiRankBow.png -- WiiRankKnife.png -- WiiRankStrike.png SS
WiiRankFire.png -- WiiRankWind.png -- WiiRankThunder.png -- WiiRankLight.png -- WiiRankDark.png -- WiiRankStaff.png --

Quotes

Battle quote


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Death quote


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Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Deghinsea
Dheginsea
In the North American English version of the games, the character's name was "Deghinsea" in Path of Radiance, and updated to "Dheginsea" in Radiant Dawn to be more in line with, and closer in accuracy to, the character's official Japanese romanization.
English
(PAL)
Deghinsea The PAL region English version of the games use "Deghinsea" for both Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn, opting in the latter to maintain consistency with the former rather than becoming more accurate to the Japanese romanization as in the North American approach.
Japanese デギンハンザー Officially romanized as Dheginhansea.
Spanish Deghinsea
French Deghinsea
German Deghinsea
Italian Deghinsea

Trivia

Gallery

References


Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Playable characters AstridBastianBoydBromCalillDevdanElinciaEnaGatrieGiffcaGeoffreyHaarIkeIlyanaJanaffJillKieranLargoLetheLuciaMakalovMarciaMiaMistMordecaiMuarimNaesalaNasirNepheneeOscarRanulfReysonRhysRolfShinonSorenSotheStefanTanithTauroneoTibarnTitaniaTormodUlkiVolkeZihark
Trial map characters AshnardBryceOliverPetrineShiharam
Non-playable characters AimeeAltinaAsheraCaineghisDanielDeghinseaElenaGarethGreilHetzelIzukaJorgeKurthnagaLilliaLeanneLekainLoraziehLotzMustonNealuchiRajaionRamonRenningSanakiSephiranSigrunZelgius
Bosses AshnardBalmerBertramBlack KnightBoydBryceDakovaDanomillEmilEnaGashilamaGreilGromellHafeddHavettiHeddwynHomasaIkanauKamuraKasataiKayacheyKimaarsiKotaffMackoyaMaijinMuarimNaesalaNedataNorrisOliverPetrineRikardSchaefferSeekerShiharamTomenamiZawana
Regalia and personal weapons AlonditeAmitiAshera StaffDouble BowGurgurantRagnellRegal SwordRexauraRexboltRexcaliburRexflameRolf's BowUrvanVague KattiWishblade
Chapters P: Mercenaries • 1: The Battle Begins • 2: Rescue • 3: Pirates Aground • 4: Roadside Battle • 5: Flight! • 6: A Brief Diversion • 7: Shades of Evil • 8: Despair and Hope • 9: Gallia • 10: Prisoner Release • 11: Blood Runs Red • 12: A Strange Land • 13: A Guiding Wind • 14: Training • 15: The Feral Frontier • 16: The Atonement • 17: Day Breaks (part 1part 2part 3part 4) • 18: Crimea Marches • 19: Entrusted • 20: Defending Talrega • 21: Without a King • 22: Solo • 23: The Great Bridge • 24: Battle Reunion • 25: Strange Lands • 26: Clash! • 27: Moment of Fate (part 1part 2) • 28: Twisted Tower • Endgame: RepatriationTrial Maps
Locations TelliusBegnion (Sienne) • CrimeaDaein (NevassaTalrega) • GalliaGoldoaGrann DesertGritnea TowerKilvasPhoenicisSerenes Forest
Groups, objects and events Ancient languageGreat FloodGreil MercenariesLehran's MedallionMad King's War • Races (BeorcBrandedLaguz) • Serenes MassacreWarp powder
Related topics List of regional version differences (Name chart) • Other games (Radiant Dawn) • Pre-release information (Unused content) • Sound RoomTimeline
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Playable characters Part I AranBlack KnightEdwardFionaIlyanaJillLauraLeonardoMegMicaiahMuarimNailahNolanRafielSotheTauroneoTormodVikaVolugZihark
Part II AstridBromCalillDanvedElinciaGeoffreyHaarHeatherKieranLeanneLetheLuciaMakalovMarciaMordecaiNealuchiNephenee
Part III BoydGatrieIkeJanaffKyzaLyreMiaMistOscarRanulfReysonRhysRolfShinonSigrunSorenTanithTitaniaUlki
Part IV BastianCaineghisEnaGarethGiffcaKurthnagaLehranNaesalaNasirOliverPelleasRenningSanakiSkrimirStefanTibarn
Non-playable characters AimeeAlderAlmedhaAltinaAmyAshuneraDanielElenaGreilJorgeLanvegaLargoLilliaLoraziehMustonNicoRajaionRamonSoanYuneZelgius
Bosses Part I AgonyBurtonDjurIsaiyaJarodLavertonPainPugoRadminWystanZaitan
Part II LudveckMarajTashoriaYeardleyZeffren
Part III CallumGoranIkeIstvanLethe/KezhdaLombrosoMicaiahRoarkRommitSeptimusSergeiSigrunSilvanoVeyona
Part IV AsheraBlack KnightCatalenaDheginseaHetzelIzukaLekainLevailNumidaOliverSephiranValtomeYuma
Regalia and personal weapons AlonditeAmitiAshera StaffBalberithBaselardCaladbolgCreiddyladCymbelineDouble BowEttardFloreteLughnasadhMatronaRagnellRexauraRexboltRexcaliburRexflameTarvosThaniUrvanVague KattiWishblade
Chapters Part I P: Under Gray Skies • 1: Maiden of Miracles • 2: The Dispossessed • 3: A Faint Light • 4: A Distant Voice • 5: The Lost Heir • 6: Raise the Standard (part 1part 2) • 7: A Gathering Hope • 8: Glory Unwanted • 9: One Survives • E: Daein, Arise!
Part II P: On Drifting Clouds • 1: Winds of Rebellion • 2: Tides of Intrigue • 3: Geoffrey's Charge • E: Elincia's Gambit
Part III P: The Great Advance • 1: Laguz and Beorc • 2: Stormclouds • 3: River Crossing • 4: The General's Hand • 5: Retreat! • 6: A Reason to Fight • 7: Rivals Collide • 8: Incandescent Glow • 9: Marauders • 10: The Heart of Crimea • 11: Just Cause • 12: The Price • 13: Blood Contract • E: From Pain, Awakening
Part IV P: Chaos Named • 1: Road to the Empire • 2: Silent World • 3: Distortions • 4: Revelations • 5: Unforgivable Sin • E: Rebirth (part 1part 2part 3part 4part 5)
Locations TelliusBegnion (SienneTower of Guidance) • CrimeaDaeinDesert of DeathGalliaGoldoaGrann DesertHatariKilvasPhoenicisSerenes Forest
Groups, objects and events Ancient languageBlood pactDawn BrigadeDisciples of OrderGreat FloodGreil MercenariesLaguz AllianceLehran's MedallionMad King's War • Races (BeorcBrandedLaguzZunanma) • Serenes MassacreWarp powder
Related topics List of regional version differences (Name chart) • Other games (Path of Radiance) • Pre-release information (Unused content) • Sound RoomTimeline