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Not to be confused with the character of the same name in Japanese, Geese from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade.


Portrait geyse fe02.png
Geyse's portrait in Gaiden.






Starting class

Dread Fighter



Seems like I’m going to have to make you realize just what kind of power I, Lord Geyse, possess. Go get ’em, boys!
— Geyse

(Japanese: ギース Geyse) is a dread fighter and major antagonist of Fire Emblem Gaiden. He is a pirate overlord with control over Zofia's western desert and oceanic regions. His underlings kidnapped Est, causing Catria and Palla to come to Valentia in search of her, and caused hardship for many people in Zofia. Sonya and Deen work under him, though they both hold grudges against him, and it is unknown how they came into his "employment".

He is fought in the middle of chapter 3, he is required, as Celica cannot open the western floodgate until his death, as he holds a Mila priestess hostage that has important information for Celica.

Boss data

Portrait geyse fe02.png
Dread Fighter
Level 1
Max HP 36 Luck 0
Strength 15 Defense 11
Skill 16 Resistance 15
Speed 18 Movement 7
Inventory Spells
Nothing --
B. Magic
W. Magic


Battle quotes

Hehehe… Foolish bastards. Did you come here just to die? Seems like I’m going to have to make you realize just what kind of power I, Lord Geyse, possess. Go get ’em, boys! Don’t let even a single one of them return alive!!
— Geyse, at the start of the chapter
Grr, is this already the end for my kingdom too? Then I’m gonna drag you all down with me to hell!
— Geyse

Death quotes

I hope you bastards are pleased with yourselves! How could I — I’ve still got… Urgh.
— Geyse


  • Geyse shares his name with Geese.

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
Geyse Used in the most recent Fire Emblem Gaiden translation. Despite the Japanese being the same as Geese's name fans romanize the two names differently.
Japanese ギース Officially romanized as Geyse. It should be noted that this is the exact same spelling in katakana as Geese's name.


Sprite Gallery
Portrait geyse fe02.png Dread Fighter
Bs fe02 enemy geyse dread fighter sword.png


Project Characters.png This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.
Fire Emblem Gaiden
Playable characters AlmAtlasBoeyCatriaCelicaClairCliveDeenDyuteEstFolsGrayJennyJeseyKamuiLeoLukaLuthierMachildaMaeMycenNomahPaisonPallaQulyfRobinSaberSilkSonyaTeetaValbarZeak
Non-playable characters HarkLipricaMassenaMilaRima IV
Bosses BlyDahhaDeenDolkDozerDyuteDumaGahhaGanephGarcieGazelGeyseHesteJamilJerowmJudaLosoMagnamMarlaMeularMichaelNuibabaRudlfSaizoShizasSlayderSonyaTatraWolfZackZeak
Personal weapons FalchionRoyal Sword
Chapters 1: To Zofia! • 2: Celica's Leave • 3: Liberty War • 4: Dismal Nation • 5: Reunion, Yet...
Locations ValentiaMila ShrinesNovisRigel (Lost WoodsTower of Duma) • Zofia (Ram)
Related topics Name chartLiberation Army • Other games (Shadow Dragon and the Blade of LightAwakeningEchoes: Shadows of Valentia) • Sound Test ModeTimelineUnused contentWorld map