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Fleche von Bergliez (pronounced /fleɪʃ vɒn 'bɝgliz/[key]; Japanese: フレーチェ＝フォン＝ベルグリーズ Fleche von Bergliez) is a non-playable character appearing in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. She is a squire in the Adrestian army and the younger sister of Randolph.
Fleche is an Adrestian squire who joins the army in Part II to support her older brother Randolph. On the Crimson Flower route, she spends her time at Garreg Mach Monastery doing what she can to help the army. After Randolph is slain in battle defending the monastery from the Knights of Seiros, she vows to continue the fight in his name. On the Azure Moon route, she accompanies Randolph when he besieges Garreg Mach, but he is defeated in battle by Faerghus forces led by the exiled Prince Dimitri. Dimitri threatens to torture Randolph, forcing Byleth to execute him; a distraught and enraged Fleche swears revenge on Dimitri. After the battle of the Great Bridge of Myrddin, she approaches Dimitri in the guise of an ordinary maiden and convinces him to let her join the Kingdom army. After the Battle at Gronder, Fleche ambushes Dimitri and wounds him, but Rodrigue sacrifices himself to prevent her from finishing him and Byleth kills her.
Fleche is an NPC who can be interacted with at Garreg Monastery throughout the Crimson Flower route and during Chapter 17 of the Azure Moon route.
Personality and character
Fleche is earnest and desires to support her brother in the Adrestian army. On the Crimson Flower route, when her brother dies, she is saddened, but resolute in continuing to uphold his legacy. On the Azure Moon route, when her brother dies, she becomes hateful of Dimitri and desires to get revenge on him at any cost.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|English||Fleche von Bergliez||Full name, known by just Fleche in menus. Flèche is the French word for "arrow". It can also refer to a spire in architecture, an aggressive fencing technique, or a team cycling competition.|
|Japanese||フレーチェ＝フォン＝ベルグリーズ||Fleche von Bergliez|
|Spanish||Fleche von Bergliez||As above.|
|French||Fleche von Bergliez||As above.|
|German||Fleche von Bergliez||As above.|
|Italian||Fleche von Bergliez||As above.|
|Korean||플레체 폰 베르그리즈||Fleche von Bergliez|
|Simplified Chinese||芙蕾伽·冯·贝尔谷里斯||Fleche von Bergliez|
|Traditional Chinese||芙蕾伽‧馮‧貝爾谷里斯||Fleche von Bergliez|
Portrait artwork of Fleche from Three Houses.
Portrait artwork of Fleche from Three Houses, used exclusively in the Azure Moon route.
- From version 1.0.0 and 1.0.1: "Our grandfather was really obsessed with his second wife. She has a son named Randolph who she really wanted to become the heir." — Caspar, in his and Edelgard's B support, Fire Emblem: Three Houses. In version 1.0.2, Randolph is no longer mentioned by name, but he is still referred to as "uncle" by Caspar and mentions his mother marrying into House Bergliez.
- "H-hello. I'm Fleche von Bergliez. It's nice to meet you." — Fleche in Crimson Flower Chapter 13, Fire Emblem: Three Houses
|This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.|