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Fire Emblem Wiki:Project Characters/Minor bosses

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This page shows the preferred outline for one-shot bosses, those who bear little to no importance to the plot other than being cannon fodder breaking havoc.

First, use Template:Character Infobox.

EXAMPLE:

{{Character Infobox
|name=Damas
|gender=Male
|race=[[Human]]
|image=[[File:Portrait damas fe06.png]]
|caption=Damas' portrait in {{title|The Binding Blade}}.
|help_text=The leader of the brigands roaming around Pherae.
|nationality=Unknown
|startingclass=[[Fighter]]
|appearances=
*{{title|The Binding Blade}}}}
Damas

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

The leader of the brigands roaming around Pherae.

Gender

Male

Race

Human

Nationality

Unknown

Starting class

Fighter

Appearance(s)

Then, put a quote other than death and battle ones. For this, use Template:Quote.

The next step is the intro. Do not forget to add the Japanese name - both in katakana and in romaji. Give a description of its role in their chapter, and specify in which game(s) they appear.

EXAMPLE:

You there! Renais dogs! Where do you think you're going?
— O'Neill

O'Neill is the boss of the prologue of Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. He, along with his two underlings, chases Eirika and Seth as they flee from Renais Castle. He catches them in the mountains, and battle ensues.

O'Neill hails from Grado. He serves in the army, and was one of the many Grado soldiers sent to invade Renais. He openly insults both Eirika and Seth, calling them "Renais dogs", and "high-and-mighty knights", and considers himself a "true warrior".

Stats

The first section is for stats. Use the following templates for this:

Game Template
Ankoku Ryuu to Hikari no Tsurugi BossStats FE3
Gaiden BossStats FE2
Mystery of the Emblem BossStats FE3
Genealogy of the Holy War BossStats FE4
Thracia 776 BossStats FE5
The Binding Blade BossStats GBA
Blazing Sword BossStats GBA
The Sacred Stones BossStats GBA
Path of Radiance BossStats GCN
Radiant Dawn BossStats Wii
Shadow Dragon BossStats DS
New Mystery of the Emblem BossStats DS
BS Fire Emblem BossStats FE3

Bosses usually see a change in their stats if there is more than one difficulty mode. Use tabs to keep the contents tidy.

Quotes

The next section is for quotes. Here there are two subsections: Battle quotes and death quotes. If they have more than one line per conversation, choose just one; the full conversation goes in the script page of the chapter. You should try to list ALL possibilities.

EXAMPLE:

Battle quotes

I am, vermin, and I will see you burn to cinders!
— Balmer to Ike.
You wretches… You’re not worthy of General Petrine’s attention. I will roast your bones and present them to her as a trophy!
— Balmer to anyone other than Ike.

Death quote

Urgg... Ahh...
— Balmer.

Etymology and other languages

The third section is for the meaning of the name. A reference should be used, preferably from ThinkBabyNames.com or Behind The Name. After the reference, the relationship to the character's role or personality should be stated. If there are mythological ties to it, they should be listed after the meaning.

For this section, use Template:Names.

References

This is to list all the references used in the article. Every article needs at least one for the etymology. All that goes here is {{ref}}, or {{refbar}} for pages with many references.


At the end of the page, below the references, put the banner of the project (Template:Project Characters) and the corresponding nav box(es): Template:Nav1, Nav2, Nav3, Nav4, Nav5, Nav6, Nav7, Nav8, Nav9, Nav10, Nav11, and/or Nav12.

Finally, add the corresponding category or categories:

Category:Bosses <--(This one goes on all pages)-->
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem Gaiden
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
Category:Bosses in Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem
Category:Bosses in BS Fire Emblem: Archanea War Chronicles