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Not to be confused with Glen, a character from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones.
Glenn Govan Fraldarius

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Glenn Govan Fraldarius[1] (pronounced /⁠glɛn⁠/[key]; グレン=ゴーヴァン=フラルダリウス Glen Govan Fraldarius) is a mentioned character in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. He was a member of the royal guard, and firstborn son of House Fraldarius. He was killed in the Tragedy of Duscur.


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Glenn was the firstborn son of Lord Rodrigue, and the heir to House Fraldarius. When Ingrid of House Galatea was born in Imperial Year 1162, the two were arranged to be married. He was named as a knight of the royal guard at the age of 15, as he was an incredibly skilled combatant. Similarly to his brother Felix is during the events of the game, he was said to be rude, and would always seek fights with whoever was willing.

In 1176, Glenn was killed in the regicidal assassination known as the Tragedy of Duscur. His death had tremendous effects on the sole survivor of the incident, Crown Prince Dimitri, his fiancée Ingrid, and his younger brother Felix. Prince Dimitri is haunted by the sight of Glenn's body, with his face full pain and regret. Among others, Glenn would go to haunt Dimitri for the rest of his life, ultimately driving him to insanity in Silver Snow, Azure Moon, and Verdant Wind. His fiancée, Ingrid, developed a grudge against the people of Duscur after the incident, most notably against her fellow Blue Lions member, Dedue. Glenn was the knight that she aspired to be. She was so stricken with grief after the Tragedy that she didn't even leave her bedroom for an extended period time, until Sylvain's flirting forced her out to follow him and apologize for his behavior. Felix, his younger brother, was forever changed after his death. When they were younger, Glenn would read stories of chivalry and knights to Felix. After Glenn's death, however, Felix's admiration for chivalry died when his father, Rodrigue, said Glenn died a glorious of death of honor. Believing his father was romanticizing the death of his brother, Felix became more of a lone wolf, isolating himself from anyone who appreciates chivalry. He also began to hate his father as well.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses


Glenn is a character mentioned in Three Houses, mostly during the Blue Lions route.

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes


Glenn is a character mentioned in Three Hopes, mostly during Ingrid's support conversations. Additionally, one of the collectable documents in the Base Camp is an old letter written by Glenn.[Note 1]


While Glenn never appears in person, it is said he was a chivalrous and skilled knight, being appointed a member of the royal guard at age 15, and loved to duel his fellow knights. He could also be quite sarcastic at times, not unlike his younger brother.[2]

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes

Glenn Govan Fraldarius

Glenn is a Scottish surname derived from Sottish Gaelic gleann, meaning "valley".[3] Govan is the name of a town in Scotland; it may instead be a corruption of Gobhan, the name of an Irish Saint.



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Glenn Govan Fraldarius






그렌 고반 프랄다리우스

Glen Govan Fraldarius

Simplified Chinese


Glen Govan Fraldarius

Traditional Chinese


Glen Govan Fraldarius


  1. The Old Letter is not stated explicitly to be Glenn's, but circumstantial evidence—including that the writer claims to be a royal attendant traveling to Duscur and signs the letter with the family name "Fraldarius" and a given name that ends "nn"—indicates that it is his.


  1. From the Old Letter document in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.
  2. "Dimitri: Hello, Felix. I see you're here to train as well.
    Felix: Go away. Just looking at your face makes me wanna retch.
    Dimitri: Heh. With that mouth of yours, you grow more like your brother every day.
    " — Dimitri and Felix in their C support, Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  3. Meaning, origin and history of the name Glenn, Behind the Name, Retrieved: December 20, 2021
  4. "Por mais que perder Glenn tenha sido doloroso, estou orgulhosa dele por ter feito seu dever até o fim." — Ingrid: Galatea's Heir at the home castle (Portuguese), Fire Emblem Heroes
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