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- 1 Biography
- 2 Fire Emblem Fates
- 3 Personality and character
- 4 Supports
- 5 Endings
- 6 Quotes
- 7 Other appearances
- 8 Trivia
- 9 Etymology and other languages
- 10 Gallery
- 11 References
Corrin and the Hoshidian army get into a skirmish during the Eternal Stairway against Wind Tribalists disguised as Faceless by Iago. Upon arriving at the Wind Tribe's village, two tribalists approach the group and announce their intentions to attack, after which Corrin explains Iago's deception to which the tribalists do not believe. When Sakura and Azura join in on Corrin's explanation, the tribalists decide to let Fuga make the ultimate decision, to which Corrin states that he/she would like to speak with Fuga, after which the tribalists state that they're going to have to engage in battle. During the battle, Fuga calls out toward the group and Corrin tries to explain what happened, but states that he will only listen to what Corrin has to say if he is defeated in battle.
Once the battle ends, Fuga states that Corrin has proven himself/herself worthy to explain his/her group's plight, first talking about Fuga's friendship with Sumeragi and with Corrin's skill with the Yato being why Fuga needed to put Corrin to the test; after Fuga explains a bit more about the Yato, he states that he knew Corrin didn't intend to attack innocents along the Eternal Stairway, but needed his forces to challenge Corrin's army anyway in order to prove their worthiness. After a short conversation, as part of a "mutual agreement", he allows Hayato to travel with Corrin.
Corrin and the Nohrian army attempt to navigate the Wind Tribe's territory and find themselves constantly rebuffed, after revealing that their village was attacked long ago by Faceless sent there by Nohrian mages. Fuga arrives on the scene, and states that he can see the determination in Corrin's eyes, after which Corrin asks him to introduce himself, to which he introduces himself as the chieftain of the Wind Tribe; Corrin states that he/she had no idea about Fuga's position and introduces himself/herself as a prince/princess of Nohr and asks to request an audience with him, to which Fuga states that he was informed of outsiders at the entrance to the village posing as Nohrian royalty. Fuga states that it must have taken great courage for Nohrian royalty to face him, and states that he will hear what they have to say, but only at his castle Reppu.
After Corrin finishes his/her explanation, Fuga states that he believes Corrin's aim and will allow his/her army to pass through his village just this once and will alert the villagers that the army are welcomed guests who are not to be disturbed, to which Corrin thanks Fuga; the talk about the Yato then resumes and Fuga reveals that he was once close friends with the Hoshidan king Sumeragi many years ago. He also tells them that Sumeragi told him that the Yato would bring peace, but if in the wrong hands, would destroy the world. Fuga then challenges Corrin for a battle, stating that he will take up the Yato if they are unworthy of using it. Upon noticing two more divine weapons, Siegfried and Brynhildr, he states that this will be a truly legendary fight and rounds up his best fighters, including Hayato, to battle them on top of castle Reppu.
After the battle, Fuga states that Corrin and his/her army fought bravely and that Corrin is worthy of wielding the Yato and that the Yato chose its wielder well. He leaves with Hayato to show the Nohrian army the way to the Eternal Stairway.
Similar to the Birthright route, Corrin and the group accidentally kill members of the Wind Tribe who appeared to be Faceless due to an illusion. They proceed to deduce that the may have fallen into a trap and that they should head for the Wind Tribe's village to explain what happened. Corrin is confronted by Fuga. who states that word of Corrin's plight has reached him, deducing that he/she has chosen to side with neither Nohr nor Hoshido and instead wishes to destroy both kingdoms, and has chosen to start with the Wind Tribe by attacking his brethren. Corrin attempts to explain that their true goal is to stop an unseen threat, to which Fuga states that he does not believe Corrin's explanation and calls Tribalists to attack Corrin's army, but Rinkah suddenly appears and vouches for Corrin's sincerity, prompting Fuga to test Corrin's abilities to see if they are worthy of their character.
Once the battle ends, Corrin apologizes for what happened along the Eternal Stairway to which Fuga accepts, then begins talking about the Yato and Fuga's friendship with Sumeragi, after Fuga explains a bit more about the Yato, he states that Izana should be even more familiar with the subject of the Yato. Fuga states that he will offer aid to Corrin's army and offers the services of one of his diviners, Hayato.
Starting stats and growth rates
Enemy - Birthright Chapter 8
Normal Hard Lunatic
Enemy - Conquest Chapter 20
Enemy - Revelation Chapter 9
Normal Hard Lunatic
Growth rates when reclassed
Swordmaster Oni Chieftain Blacksmith Onmyoji Great Master
|Wind Disciple||Personal skill, innate and unremovable|
|Life and Death||Master of Arms, starting from Level 15|
|Astra||Swordmaster, starting from Level 11|
|Swordfaire||Swordmaster, starting from Level 15|
|Seal Resistance||Oni Chieftain or Blacksmith, starting from Level 11|
|Shove||Oni Chieftain or Blacksmith, starting from Level 12|
|Death Blow||Oni Chieftain, starting from Level 13|
|Counter||Oni Chieftain, starting from Level 15|
|Salvage Blow||Blacksmith, starting from Level 13|
|Lancebreaker||Blacksmith, starting from Level 15|
|Miracle||Great Master or Onmyoji, starting from Level 11|
|Rally Luck||Great Master or Onmyoji, starting from Level 12|
|Rally Magic||Onmyoji, starting from Level 13|
|Tomefaire||Onmyoji, starting from Level 15|
|Renewal||Great Master, starting from Level 13|
|Countermagic||Great Master, starting from Level 15|
|The above skill list does not include skills obtained via Supports and DLC.|
Personality and character
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- Main article: Fuga/Supports
Fuga, Big Breeze (single ending)
Fuga returned to his role as chief of the Wind Tribe and lived a long and healthy life. Some think that he may have been the most deadly fighter ever, but the true extent of his strength remains unknown.
Fuga, Big Breeze & Corrin, Queen of Valla
The two spent the rest of their lives together, Corrin ruling as the wise Queen of Valla. Fuga resigned as Chief of the Wind Tribe to spend more time in Valla with his new wife.
|“||You've shown some fortitude. Now show me you're worthy of my attention!||”|
— Fuga, as the boss of Birthright Chapter 8.
|“||Are you worthy to follow he/she who wields the legendary Yato? If so, prove it!||”|
— Fuga, as the boss of Conquest Chapter 20.
|“||Through this test of strength, I will determine where the truth lies!||”|
— Fuga, as the boss of Revelation Chapter 9.
|“||Fuga: The time has come, Corrin. Show me what you're made of. Prove to me and yourself that you are worthy to wield the divine Yato!
Corrin: I used to wonder myself if I was worthy. But now that I stand before you... All my doubts have fallen away upon the wind. Behold my power!
— Fuga, fighting Corrin in Conquest Chapter 20
|“||A shameful end...||”|
— Fuga's defeat voice clip
|“||Hmm...you're stronger than you look. I'll retreat now out of respect for your skills.||”|
— Fuga's defeat quote in Casual Mode
|“||At long last... my life ends. I believe I lived with honor...||”|
— Fuga's death quote in Classic Mode
— Fuga's defeat quote in Birthright Chapter 8.
|“||The power... I see it now...||”|
— Fuga's defeat quote inn Conquest Chapter 20.
|“||Hmmm! Well done... I can see now that I was wrong about you.||”|
— Fuga's defeat quote in Revelation Chapter 9.
Fire Emblem Cipher
Fuga is currently featured on two cards in Fire Emblem Cipher.
|Fire Emblem Cipher data for Fuga|
|Chief of Wind, Fuga|
||"Through this test of strength, I will determine where the truth lies!"|
|Attack: 60||Support: 10||Range: 1||Deploy Cost: 3|
|Class: Master of Arms||Tier: Advanced||Class Change Cost: 2|
|Honed Body: [Always] If this unit is battling against a unit with , , or affinities, this unit’s attack increases by 10.|
Wind Tribe Chieftain: [Trigger] During the end of your turn, you may move an ally in the front row.
|Card #B07-080HN • Artist: Hiroaki|
|Warrior of Sand, Fuga|
|"King Sumeragi was a dear friend. We often fought side by side in our younger days. We were brothers in battle."|
|Attack: 40||Support: 10||Range: 1||Deploy Cost: 1|
|Class: Samurai||Tier: Base||Class Change Cost: --|
|Wind Warrior: [Trigger] During the end of your opponent’s turn, you may move a backline ally to the front.|
Attack Emblem: [Support] Until the end of this battle, your attacking unit’s power increases by 20.
|Card #B07-081N • Artist: Hiroaki|
|Some card information translation provided by Serenes Forest.|
For more detailed strategic information on these cards, see their TCG wiki article on Fuga .
- Fuga is one of only two playable characters in Fates who is playable in only one of the game's three campaigns. The other is Yukimura, playable solely in Birthright.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|English||Fuga||Possibly derived from the Japanese 風害 fūgai, "wind damage", which refers to destruction caused by wind storms.|
|Japanese||フウガ||Romanized in the internal game files as Fuuga, and listed in the official character book as "Fuga". Possibly from 風害 fūgai, as above.|
Artwork of Fuga from Fire Emblem Fates 4koma Comic & Character Guide Book.
Fuga's portrait in Fates.
|This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.|