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Galle (The Binding Blade)

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Galle

FEFT Galle.png
Artwork of Galle from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade.
Gender

Male

Race

Human

Nationality

Etrurian

Starting class

Wyvern Lord

Appearance(s)

The Binding Blade

Knights of Bern! We strike now! Leave none alive! Don't even leave them time to scream in fear!
— Galle

Galle (Japanese: ゲイル ) is one of Murdock's subordinates and a secondary boss of chapter 21 of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade. Galle is a knight with much talent, and it is hinted that he could have been one of Bern's Wyvern Generals had he not been foreign-born; despite this, Murdock and Zephiel put their trust in Galle to be loyal to them. Upon Murdock making his last stand aganst Roy and his army, Galle serves as the leader of a group of late-stage reinforcements, but is not able to overcome Roy's army.

Galle can be unlocked for usage on the trial maps should the player beat the game from beginning to end twice.

Stats

The Binding Blade

Chapter 21, Normal Chapter 21, Hard Trial Maps, Playable

Quotes

Battle quote

Galle does not have a battle quote.

Death quote

I fought honorably...I accept my death...Zeiss...Milady...
— Galle, in The Binding Blade.

Trivia

  • Galle is the only character unlockable in the Trial Maps to have been fought as a boss in the main story and gain an affinity as a playable character. (The other unlockable Trial Map characters to have affinities--Hector, Eliwood, and Guinivere--were never fought as bosses.)

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English
(unofficial)
Gale Used in the most recent, up-to-date version of the fan translation patch, as well as in older translations and popularized by Serenes Forest. As a masculine name, it is derived from the Middle English "gaile", and was used almost exclusively as a masculine name prior to 1935; by 1940, however, it had become more associated as being a feminine name and a shortening of the biblical name "Abigail". May have been used by the fan translation teams despite its more feminine modern connotations to attempt to avert confusion with a major backstory character from Genealogy of the Holy War.
Japanese ゲイル Officially romanized as Galle.

Gallery

Small portrait galle fe06.png Sprite Gallery
Portrait galle fe06.png Wyvern Lord
Bs fe06 galle wyvern lord lance.png
Lance
Bs fe06 galle wyvern lord sword.png
Sword

References


Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
Playable characters AlenAstoreBathBartreBorsCathCeciliaChadClarineDayanDieckDorothyDouglasEkhidnaElenElphinFaeFirGarretGeeseGonzalezGwendolynHughIgreneJodelJunoKarelKleinLalumLanceLilinaLotLughMarcusMerlinusMiladyNiimeNoahOgierPercevalRaighRoyRutgerSaulShannaSinSophiaSueTheaTrecWadeWoltZelotsZeiss
Non-playable characters EliwoodGuinivereHectorMaryMordred
Trial Map characters BrunnyaEliwoodGalleGuinivereHectorMurdockNarcianZephiel
Bosses ArcardoBrakulBrunnyaChanDamasDebiasDoryEinErikFlaerGalleGuerreroHenningIdennKabulKelKudokaJahnLeganceMaggieMarralMartelMonkeMorganMurdockNarcianNordOatesOrloPeresRaithRandyRoartzRobertsRoseRuudScollanScottSiguneSlaterThorilTickWagnerWindhamZephielZinque
The Eight Legends AthosBariganBramimondDurbanElimineHanonHartmutRoland
Regalia and personal weapons ApocalypseArmadsAureolaBinding BladeDurandalEckesachsForblazeMaltetMulagirRapierSaint's Staff
Chapters Tutorial • 1: Breath of Destiny • 2: The Princess of Bern • 3: Latecomer's Sorrow • 4: Crumbling League • 5: Fire Emblem • 6: Ensnared • 7: The Ostian Revolt • 8: Reunion • 8x: The Blazing Blade • 9: The Misty Isles • 10A: Western Resistance • 11A: The Hero of the West • 10B: Amidst a Struggle • 11B: Flight Toward Freedom • 12: The True Enemy • 12x: The Thunder Axe • 13: Rescue Mission • 14: Arcadia • 14x: The Infernal Truth • 15: The Dragon Child • 16: Storming the Capital • 16x: The Glorious Ascension • 17A: Ocean's Parting • 18A: The Frozen River • 19A: Bitter Cold • 20A: Ilia's Salvation • 20Ax: The Freezing Lance • 17B: The Bishop's Teachings • 18B: The Laws of Sacae • 19B: Battle in Bulgar • 20B: The Silver Wolf • 20Bx: The Bow of Swift Wind • 21: The Binding Blade • 21x: The Elder Revelation • 22: An Undying Dream • 23: The Ghosts of Bern • 24: Legends and Lies • Final: Beyond the DarknessTrial Maps
Locations ElibeBern (Dragon SanctuaryShrine of Seals) • Etruria (Aquleia) • IliaLycia (AraphenLausOstiaPheraeThria) • Missur (ArcadiaNabata) • Sacae (BulgarTaras) • Western Isles
Groups, objects and concepts Disturbance of BernEnding WinterFire EmblemGenerals of EtruriaThe ScouringWar Dragons
Related topics Fire Emblem: Hasha no TsurugiName chart • Other games (Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade) • Pre-release information (Unused content) • Sound RoomTimeline