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FERK Fiora.png
Artwork of Fiora from The Blazing Blade.

Commander of the 5th wing of Ilia's pegasus knights.








Farina (younger sister)
Florina (younger sister)

Starting class

Pegasus Knight


Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade

Look, everyone. Your sacrifices were not in vain. I'll fulfill our duty, even if I must do it myself. I am a true knight of Ilia!
— Fiora in Chapter 18.

Fiora (Japanese: フィオーラ Fiora) is a playable character in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade. She is one of three playable Pegasus Knights available to join Eliwood/Hector's party.

Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade


Fiora can be recruited in Chapter 18 (Eliwood's Tale) or Chapter 19 (Hector's Story). She appears as an NPC at the beginning of Turn 3, and will join the party if spoken to with Florina. She is the second pegasus knight that can be recruited.

In The Dread Isle, Chapter 18 for Eliwood and Chapter 19 for Hector, Fiora finds her sister Florina. It is revealed that Fiora had been hired by Pent[1] to investigate the island with a whole squadron, but was the only survivor of a large attack. Though she blames herself for the loss of her squadron, Florina tells her not to, helping Fiora overcome her sadness. Fiora follows Florina's advice to join her army.

Depending on the player's supports, Fiora may marry Eliwood, Kent, or Sain, or become the head of a mercenary company.

Starting stats and growth rates

Portrait fiora fe07.png
Pegasus Knight
Level 7
Affinity Is gba windaffin.png
Recruitment: Chapter 18E/19H, Talk with Florina

Stats Growth Rates

Is gba javelin.png Javelin
Is gba steel lance.png Steel Lance*
Is gba axereaver.png Axereaver*
Is gba vulnerary.png Vulnerary
Weapon Levels
GBARankSword.gif -- GBARankLance.gif C Axe -- GBARankBow.gif --
GBARankAnima.gif -- GBARankLight.gif -- GBARankDark.gif -- GBARankStaff.gif --

Promotion stat gains

Class HP Str Skill Spd Lck Def Res Con Mov Weapon level
Falcoknight +5 +2 +0 +0 +0 +2 +2 +1 +1 GBARankLance.gif +40, GBARankSword.gif E


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

Comparable to other "second Pegasus Knights" like Thea and Tana, Fiora suffers a bit from getting outclassed by Florina since she has better availability and the possibility to promote earlier. This shouldn't deceive you though, since Fiora's base stats and lance rank are decent, her growths in HP and resistance are pretty good and flying utility in general is very useful throughout the game, making Fiora perfectly capable of contributing and catching up to her younger sister.

The most troublesome issues Fiora comes with are typical for the Pegasus Knight class, since she joins with low HP, defense and constitution. Those factors will impair her early combat performance, but will get less important later on thanks to the Falcon Knight promotion gains and Fiora's decent speed growth. She also has to avoid most bow users, especially around her jointime, since a hit of the Steel Bow can bring her down very quickly, most likely killing her when she already has sustained damage. Again, this will be less of a long-term issue due to the generally low effective damage and the increased durability of the Falcon Knight class, but even later on it's still unwise to let her face multiple bow users at once.

Her high movement and the ability to fly over impassable terrain does help Fiora to reach distant villages, kill vulnerable or dangerous enemies and thus contribute in combat, in addition to giving her extra utility as an excellent ferry unit. This is especially useful during some late chapters like Night of Farewells or Cog of Destiny, where huge parts of the maps are covered with water or mountains and enemies can easily block your path when you are tied to the ground. Having flying movement also helps Fiora to snipe annoying staff or siege tome users, who are unlikely to pose any threat to her due to her high resistance growth.

Overall, Fiora is a good unit, not only possessing decent growths and bases, but also having access to flying movement and lances, which are very useful weapons during the entire game, though her low constitution and physical durability will hold her back at the beginning.

Personality and character


Main article: Fiora/Supports
Portrait fiora fe07.png
Pegasus Knight
Is gba windaffin.png
Small portrait farina fe07.png
Pegasus Knight Is gba animaaffin.png
Initial: 30
Per turn:+3
Small portrait eliwood fe07.png
Lord Is gba animaaffin.png
Initial: 0
Per turn:+2
Small portrait sain fe07.png
Cavalier Is gba windaffin.png
Initial: 0
Per turn:+2
Small portrait geitz fe07.png
Warrior Is gba thunderaffin.png
Initial: 0
Per turn:+1

Initial: {{{initialpoints9}}}
Per turn:+
Small portrait florina fe07.png
Pegasus Knight Is gba lightaffin.png
Initial: 35
Per turn:+4
Small portrait kent fe07.png
Cavalier Is gba animaaffin.png
Initial: 0
Per turn:+3
Small portrait pent fe07.png
Sage Is gba iceaffin.png
Initial: 10
Per turn:+2

Initial: {{{initialpoints8}}}
Per turn:+

Initial: {{{initialpoints10}}}
Per turn:+
Click here for more details on supports.


Fiora, Wing-Borne Warrior
Fiora flew many missions as the head of a mercenary company. Her donations saved many poor families in Ilia from destitution.

Eliwood and Fiora
Eliwood and Fiora were wed after the conflict. A group of Lycian nobles protested that she was a mercenary, but none could sunder their bond of love. They have a son named Roy, who will become a great hero.

Sain and Fiora
Although they returned to their respective countries, Sain and Fiora continued to seek each other out. When Lyn abdicated Caelin's rule to Ostia, Sain resigned his commission and moved to Ilia. He and Fiora later wed.

Kent and Fiora
Although they returned to their respective countries, they visited one another often and their relationship bloomed. When Lyn abdicated Caelin’s rule to Ostia, Kent resigned, moved to Ilia, and married Fiora.

Death quote

Ilia... I will never... see your soil again... Florina... Farina... be... strong.....
— Fiora.

Battle quotes

For the honor of the Pegasus knights of Ilia, I will annihilate the foe!
— In the final chapter.

Other appearances

Fire Emblem Cipher

Fiora is currently featured on three cards in Fire Emblem Cipher.

Two of these cards' epithets are still in raw, untranslated Japanese; these need translation.
Fire Emblem Cipher data for Fiora
TCGCipher B07-036N.png Pure White Wings, Fiora
Ic TCGCipher Elibe.png

It TCGCipher Female.png

Iw TCGCipher Lance.png


"Look, everyone. Your sacrifices were not in vain. I’ll fulfill our duty, even if I must do it myself."
Attack: 30 Support: 30 Range: 1 Deploy Cost: 1
Class: Pegasus Knight Tier: Base Class Change Cost: --
Lone Survivor: [Always] While this unit is in the same row as another Flight ally, this unit gains +10 attack.
Is TCGCipher Attack.png Flying Emblem: [Support] You may choose one ally that is not the attacking unit, and move it.
Card #B07-036NArtist: Maru
TCGCipher B13-024HN.png Sincere Wings of Ilia, Fiora
Ic TCGCipher Elibe.png

It TCGCipher Female.png

Iw TCGCipher Lance.png


"Farina! Florina! Remember our training? Triangle Attack!!!"
Attack: 50 Support: 30 Range: 1 Deploy Cost: 3
Class: Falcoknight Tier: Base Class Change Cost: 2
Is TCGCipher Formation Skill.png Three-Winged Triangle Attack: [Activate] [Tap allied “Farina” and “Florina”] Until the end of your opponent's next turn, this unit and allied “Farina” and “Florina” gain +30 attack.
Fresh Ilian Wings: [Activate] [Once per turn] Choose 1 other Elibe ally, and move them.
Card #B13-024HNArtist: Yoko Matsurika
TCGCipher B13-025N.png Fifth Commanding Officer of the Pegasus Knights, Fiora
Ic TCGCipher Elibe.png

It TCGCipher Female.png

Iw TCGCipher Lance.png


"Now if they did give you a hard time, I want you to let me know. Because I will tell them a thing or two..."
Attack: 30 Support: 30 Range: 1 Deploy Cost: 1
Class: Pegasus Knight Tier: Base Class Change Cost: --
Pegasus Sisters: [Always] If this unit is supported by a Flight card, this unit gains +10 attack.
Is TCGCipher Attack.png Flying Emblem: [Support] You may choose one ally that is not the attacking unit, and move it.
Card #B13-025NArtist: HMK84
Some card information translation provided by Serenes Forest.
For more detailed strategic information on these cards, see their TCG wiki article on Fiora .


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Fiora A feminine name possibly derived from either "Fiore," meaning "flower," or from "Floria," and English and Late Roman name based of the Latin word for "flower," "flos." [2]
Japanese フィオーラ Officially romanised as Fiora.
Spanish Fiora As above.
French Fiora As above.
German Fiora As above.
Italian Fiora As above.


Small portrait fiora fe07.png Sprite Gallery
Portrait fiora fe07.png Pegasus Knight Falcon Knight
Bs fe07 fiora pegasus knight lance.png
File:Bs fe07 fiora falcoknight lance.png
Bs fe07 fiora falcoknight sword.png


  1. "Fiora: Lord Pent. Please forgive me for taking so long to report... The mission you entrusted me...
    Pent: Fiora...
    Fiora: Forgive us, my lord. We were not strong enough... We were ambushed on the Dread Isle, and the mission ended in failure... But Lord Eliwood did lend his aid, and we were able to gain some information... Allow me to give you the details...
    Pent: Fiora, please... Don't worry about that for now... It is I who should apologize...
    Fiora: ...What for?
    Pent: I understand you lost companions on Valor... It is my fault. I should have provided better information. I had no idea there was such danger.
    Fiora: No, my lord. It was carelessness that invited danger. My own. There is no reason for you to feel responsible...
    Pent: But...
    Fiora: I take full responsibility for the failure of my mission... And now, if you will excuse me...
    " — Fiora to Pent in a support conversation, Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade
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Eliwood's Tale 11: Taking Leave • 12: Birds of a Feather • 13: In Search of Truth • 13x: The Peddler Merlinus • 14: False Friends • 15: Noble Lady of Caelin • 16: Whereabouts Unknown • 16x: The Port of Badon • 17: Pirate Ship • 18: The Dread Isle • 18x: Imprisoner of Magic • 19: Dragon's Gate •20: New Resolve • 21: Kinship's Bond • 22: Living Legend • 22x: Genesis • 23: Four-Fanged Offense (Lloyd, Linus) • 24: Unfulfilled Heart • 25: Pale Flower of Darkness (Kenneth, Jerme) • 26: Battle before Dawn • 26x: Night of Farewells • 27: Cog of Destiny • 28: Valorous Roland • 29: Sands of Time • 29x: Battle Preparations • 30: Victory or Death • Final: Light (part 1part 2)
Hector's Tale 11: Another Journey • 12: Birds of a Feather • 13: In Search of Truth • 13x: The Peddler Merlinus • 14: False Friends • 15: Talons Alight • 16: Noble Lady of Caelin • 17: Whereabouts Unknown • 17x: The Port of Badon • 18: Pirate Ship • 19: The Dread Isle • 19x: Imprisoner of Magic • 19x pt 2: A Glimpse in Time • 20: Dragon's Gate • 21: New Resolve • 22: Kinship's Bond • 23: Living Legend • 23x: Genesis • 24: Four-Fanged Offense (Lloyd, Linus) • 25: Crazed Beast • 26: Unfulfilled Heart • 27: Pale Flower of Darkness (Kenneth, Jerme) • 28: Battle before Dawn • 28x: Night of Farewells • 29: Cog of Destiny • 30: The Berserker • 31: Sands of Time • 31x: Battle Preparations • 32: Victory or Death • 32x: The Value of Life • Final: Light (part 1part 2)
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