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Faceless

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Faceless

FEF Faceless concept.png
Concept art of a Faceless from Fates.

An undead monster conjured by fell magic. Attacks with its fists.

Weapon(s)

Fist

Skill(s)

None

The Faceless (Japanese: ノスフェラトゥ Nosferatu) is a monster class exclusive to Fire Emblem Fates. One of three types of monster in the game, the Faceless are adept at combat with their fists. Primarily, Faceless originate from Nohr, as they are created and commanded by Nohrian Dark Mages, and are used primarily for combat purposes. According to Ryoma and Hinoka, the Faceless were originally created to bypass a barrier, which removes the will to fight, erected by Mikoto. They have no minds of their own, meaning they can cross the barrier without problems.[1]

Faceless on their own have no base skills, but many tend to have skills from other classes such as Poison Strike.

Stats

Base stats

Game HP Strength Magic Skill Speed Luck Defense Resistance Movement Constitution Weight Experience Weapon Level
Fates 18 5 2 5 6 0 6 5 5 -- -- -- Fist E

Maximum stats

Game HP Strength Magic Skill Speed Luck Defense Resistance Movement Constitution Weapon Level
Fates 70 30 27 29 31 25 36 32 7 -- Fist A

Class growth rates

Game HP Strength Magic Skill Speed Luck Defense Resistance Constitution* Movement*
Fates 95% 50% 0% 45% 50% 0% 65% 50% -- --
Click here for more details on the mechanics of class growths in each game.

Class skills

None

Class change

Special class
Ma 3ds02 faceless enemy.gif
Faceless


Notable enemy Faceless

Enemy Units
Name Game
Anthony Fates: Revelation
Enemy Faceless units in the Fire Emblem series.


Flavor text

Game Text
(English)
Text
(Japanese)
Fates An undead monster conjured by fell magic. Attacks with its fists. ??

Other appearances

Fire Emblem Cipher

A generic Faceless is currently featured on one card in Fire Emblem Cipher.

Fire Emblem Cipher data for Faceless
TCGCipher B15-073N.png 心を持たぬ怪物, Faceless
Ic TCGCipher Nohr.png

It TCGCipher None.png

Iw TCGCipher Fang.png

Monster

"RWAAAAAAGH!"
Attack: 40 Support: 0 Range: 1 Deploy Cost: 2
Class: Nohrian Soldier Tier: Base Class Change Cost: --
Man-Made Monster: [Special] You may deploy this card even if you already have an allied "Faceless", and you may have 2 or more allied "Faceless" at once.
[Special] You may have 5 or more cards with the same card name as this card in your deck.
Roar in Unison: [Always] For each other allied "Faceless", this unit gains +10 attack.
Card #B15-073NArtist: Cherokee
Some card information translation provided by Serenes Forest.
For more detailed strategic information on these cards, see their TCG wiki article on Faceless .

Trivia

A Faceless with its mask knocked off.
  • Contrary to the monster's name in several non-Japanese languages, Faceless do possess faces under their masks. Their faces can be seen if the mask is knocked off in battle.
  • In Conquest, a Faceless can act as the player's advisor for My Castle. Additionally, the Faceless mask is available as an accessory in My Castle.
  • Faceless were originally planned to feature in Fire Emblem Warriors as a monster enemy in the game. However, they were not implemented due to the developers being unable to render them well in 3D and waiting until late in development to start working on them. The developers specifically recall a comparison made between their models and plushies.[2]

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Faceless --
Japanese ノスフェラトゥ Officially romanized as Nosferatu.
Spanish Inhumano Inhuman
French Sans-Visage No-face
German Ungesicht No-face
Italian Senzavolto Faceless

Gallery

References

  1. "Hinoka: Our mother, Queen Mikoto, put up a barrier around our kingdom. Regular enemy soldiers find themselves without the will to fight upon crossing it. So long as mother is able to keep the barrier up, Nohr can't invade Hoshido.
    Ryoma: That's why Nohr sends those...things. They have no souls--no will of their own. That's why they are able to penetrate the barrier and terrorize our borders.
    " — Hinoka and Ryoma, Fire Emblem Fates
  2. "ND: Other than that, could you also tell us about the monsters that attack these original characters, including Shion/Rowan?
    Usuda: We struggled with the monster designs. We were almost able to make images of monsters based on the beast-types, corpse-types (eg. Awakening’s Risens), or Nosferatus from the original games, but when we actually started working on it, we wondered “What kind of monster would fit Fire Emblem in the first place?”
    Matsunaga: It was hectic. We did have examples with the Nosferatus, and clear settings like they would be related to the Chaos Dragon and look like Cyclops… so I believed they would be easier [to design] than the hero characters, and I put them high up somewhere. And after we settled with the design, when we tried implementing them in 3D, Hayashi said…
    Hayashi: “This [looks like] a plushie.”
    (everybody laughs)
    Matsunaga: We produced the monsters at the end phase of the development, but we were insensitive when we failed to interpret the muscular texture. Hayashi had a calm speaking tone, but you can tell there’s a deep warning when you look at his face expression, so I was reminded that we were in a bad situation.
    Usuda: That’s why we fixed the monsters until nearing the deadline.
    ND: How did you settle with it?
    Matsunaga: We simply revised them by making use of the original settings. We emphasized the original crustacean exoskeleton to make them look more aggressive, and we also made them eerie again by giving them colors based on poisonous creatures. I’m really glad that we could have them settled as fodder characters that customers would just take a short glance at them.."
    — Brian, [1], Nintendoeverything.com, Published: October 21 2017, Retrieved: January 6 2018

See also

Project Classes.png This article is part of Project Classes, a project focused in writing articles for every class present in the Fire Emblem series.
Classes
Introduced in
Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
ArcherBallisticianBishopCavalierDracoknightFighterFreelancerGeneralHeroHorsemanHunterKnightLordMageManaketeMercenaryPaladinPegasus KnightPiratePriestSniperThief
Introduced in
Gaiden
ArcanistAurumBaronBonewalkerBow KnightBrigandCantorCerberusClericDeathgoyleDread FighterEntombedFalcon KnightFell GodFiendFighterGargoyleGold KnightHadesLichMogallMyrmidonNaberiusNecrodragonPriestessPrincessRevenantSageSaintSoldierVillagerWhite DragonWitch
Introduced in
Mystery of the Emblem
BarbarianBerserkerDancerDark MageDivine DragonEarth DragonEmperorFire DragonIce DragonKnightMage DragonShadow DragonWyvern
Introduced in
Genealogy of the Holy War
Axe KnightArch KnightArmored AxeArmored SwordBallistaBardBow ArmorBow FighterCivilianDark BishopDark PrinceDragon RiderDuke KnightFire MageForrestFree KnightGreat KnightHigh PriestIron BallistaJunior LordLance KnightKiller BallistaKnight LordMage FighterMage KnightMaster KnightPrinceQueenRangerShamanSwordmasterThief FighterThunder MageTroubadourWarriorWind MageWyvern LordWyvern Rider
Introduced in
Thracia 776
Armored LanceLopt MagePegasus RiderPoison Ballista
Introduced in
The Binding Blade
DruidGreat LordKingNomadNomadic TrooperShamanTransporterValkyrie
Introduced in
Fire Emblem
Arch SageAssassinBlade LordBramimondCorsairDark DruidMagic SealMonk
Introduced in
The Sacred Stones
Arch MogallBaelCyclopsDemon KingElder BaelFleetGorgonGorgon EggGwyllgiJourneymanMaelduinMauthe DoogNecromancerPhantomPupilPontifexRecruitRogueSummonerTarvosWightWyvern Knight
Introduced in
Path of Radiance
BanditChildCatHalberdierHawkHeronKing DaeinLionPrincess CrimeaRangerRavenRed DragonSword KnightTigerWhite Dragon
Introduced in
Radiant Dawn
Axe GeneralBlack Dragon (Dragon KingDragon Prince) • Black KnightBlade PaladinBow PaladinChancellorDark SageDragonlordEmpressFire SageHawk KingHorseLance GeneralLance PaladinLight MageLight PriestessLight SageLion KingMarksmanMarshallOrder IncarnatePilgrimRaven KingReaverSentinelSeraph KnightSpiritSilver KnightSword GeneralThunder SageTruebladeVanguardVendorWhisperWind SageWolfWolf Queen
Introduced in
Shadow Dragon
Sorcerer
Introduced in
Awakening
BrideConquerorDark FlierDark KnightGrandmasterGriffon RiderGrimaLodestarMerchantMirageOutrealm ClassTacticianTaguelTricksterWar ClericWar Monk
Introduced in
Fates
AdventurerApothecaryAutomatonAstral DragonBasaraBlacksmithBlight DragonButlerDivinerEmpty VesselFacelessFeral DragonGreat MasterHoshido NobleKinshi KnightKitsuneLancerMaidMalig KnightMaster NinjaMaster of ArmsMechanistNine-TailsNinjaNohr NobleNohr PrinceNohr PrincessNohrian KingOni ChieftainOni SavageOnmyojiOutlawPriestessSamuraiShrine MaidenSilent DragonSky KnightSongstressSpear FighterSpear MasterStonebornStrategistWolfskinWolfssegner
Introduced in
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
BalorDagonDeimosDraculDuma's ApostleEnchantressExemplarFafnirFell DragonGarudaGuardianGuruHarrierIllusory HeroMila's ServantOliphantierRigainSkogulSpartanTitanTomb LordVestalYasha
Introduced in
Three Houses
BrawlerCommonerFortressGrapplerNobleWarlock
Unused classes ApprenticeAxe SoldierDark KnightGreat BallistaGuardianNagaSea DragonSerpentSpear SoldierSword Soldier