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Portrait gheb fe08.png
Gheb's portrait in The Sacred Stones.

A squad commander in Grado's army. He cares nothing for his men's lives.








Squad commander in the Grado army

Starting class


Grado cannot afford to lose a brilliant tactician of my stature! No one will blink if any of you worthless toads dies. But if I die– You should be happy to fight, kill, and die in my service!
— Gheb

Gheb (Japanese: ゲブ Gebu) was a Grado commander and strategist who appears as a boss in Ephraim's route in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. He was the commander leading the defense of the strategic Fort Rigwald when Ephraim began his invasion of Grado, and had captured Tana. He was an extremely arrogant and self-absorbed leader who openly did not care at all for the lives of his subordinates, and when one of his soldiers questioned the war, Gheb threatened the soldier that if he didn't follow orders, he would be burned at the stake.[1]

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones

Gheb is the boss of Chapter 9 of Ephraim's route.


Chapter 9 (Ephraim), Easy/Normal Chapter 9 (Ephraim), Hard

Portrait gheb fe08.png
Level 5
Affinity Is gba thunderaffin.png
Max HP 45 Luck 1
Strength 18 Defense 13
Skill 8 Resistance 5
Speed 6 Constitution 16
Movement 6 Aid 15
Is gba iron axe.png Iron Axe
Is gba killer axe.png Killer Axe
Weapon Levels
GBARankSword.gif -- GBARankLance.gif -- Axe A GBARankBow.gif D
GBARankAnima.gif -- GBARankLight.gif -- GBARankDark.gif -- GBARankStaff.gif --


Battle quote

Wh-what was that? You piece of trash, what do you think you’re doing?
— Gheb
Y-you wench... You're that recruit, aren't you? Do you think you can betray me and get away with it?
— Gheb against Amelia

Death quote

Th-that’s not poss–
— Gheb



Small portrait gheb fe08.png Sprite Gallery
Portrait gheb fe08.png Warrior
File:Bs fe08 gheb warrior axe.png
File:Bs fe08 gheb warrior bow.png

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Gheb Alteration of the Japanese name, as below.
Japanese ゲブ Gebu. May be a play on the Japanese デブ debu, "fat", which is the character's most distinct design trait.[2]
French Gheb As above


  1. "Gheb: Yeah, I heard you. Talking about not fighting, are you? Losing your nerve? The punishment for treason is harsh. You’ll burn at the stake.
    Soldier: B-but– It’s not just me! Even General Duessel is opposed to this war!
    Gheb: Duessel? You’d side with that washed-up coward? And who is your commanding officer? Is it Duessel? Come on, out with it!
    Soldier: Y-you are, Sir Gheb.
    Gheb: That’s right. So that should make it clear whose orders you follow, eh? You got that, dolts? If you do, then shut up and get in formation. No one cares whether you minnows live or die anyway. Got it?
    " - Gheb and a Soldier, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
  2. "One thing I've noticed with the characters Debias and Gheb is that, as fat characters, their names seem to be warpings of the Japanese word for fat (debu). It would have probably been more accurate in the English version, actually, to change their names to something that gives that impression to an English-speaker." — gringe, FE6 Localization Patch v1.0 - Seriously, we did something, Serenes Forest Forums, Published: 2015-07-11, Retrieved: 2015-08-01
Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Playable characters AmeliaArturColmCormagDozlaDuesselEirikaEphraimEwanFordeFranzGarciaGerikGilliamInnesJoshuaKnollKyleL'ArachelLuteMarisaMoulderMyrrhNatashaNeimiRennacRossSalehSethSyreneTanaTethysVanessa
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Sacred Twins and Personal Weapons AudhulmaExcaliburGarmGleipnirIvaldiLatonaNidhoggRapierReginleifSieglindeSiegmundVidofnir
Chapters Pre-split P: The Fall of Renais • 1: Escape! • 2: The Protected • 3: The Bandits of Borgo • 4: Ancient Horrors • 5: The Empire's Reach • 5x: Unbroken Heart • 6: Victims of War • 7: Waterside Renvall • 8: It's a Trap!
Eirika's Route 9: Distant Blade • 10: Revolt at Carcino • 11: Creeping Darkness • 12: Village of Silence • 13: Hamill Canyon • 14: Queen of White Dunes
Ephraim's Route 9: Fort Rigwald • 10: Turning Traitor • 11: Phantom Ship • 12: Landing at Taizel • 13: Fluorspar's Oath • 14: Father and Son
Post-split 15: Scorched Sand • 16: Ruled by Madness • 17: River of Regrets • 18: Two Faces of Evil • 19: Last Hope • 20: Darkling Woods • Final: Sacred Stone (part 1part 2)
Locations MagvelCarcino (Caer Pelyn) • Darkling WoodsFrelia (Tower of Valni) • Grado (Renvall) • Jehanna (Jehanna HallLagdou Ruins) • Rausten (Melkaen Coast) • Renais (Za'ha Woods)
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