|“||Yar har ho! Me belly's emptier 'n me first mate's head! Fetch me some grub!||”|
He and his pirates had been raiding the town for several days before the Greil Mercenaries showed up to drive them off. They claimed not to have hurt anyone, instead they had merely been holding up their axes and grunting, to which the villagers responded by hastily giving them food and other supplies. He relies on his crew, and makes it known that he is confident in their abilities. He is rather honest for a pirate, though not very considerate, and he'll take on any challenger who wishes to fight him.
When Marcia questions Havetti about her brother's whereabouts, he tells her all he knows: that at one point her brother had been on the ship, but now he wasn't. One of his pirate underlings pipes in, adding that Marcia's brother had lost to him in a game of chance and failed to pay, so he tossed him overboard. Marcia calls the pirates' actions horrid and threatens to let them meet her lance, to which Havetti gladly obliges, disregards her status as a Pegasus knight, and accepts her challenge.
Special Boss Conversations
|“||Yahar har harrr! Yer bustin' me gut, ye rudderless fool! Do ya truly think ye can face me mighty axe and live?||”|
— Havetti to Shinon, Gatrie, or Titania
|“||Ike: Give back what you've stolen from the good folk here and set sail.
Havetti: Yahar har harrrr! Now I know yer tetched in the head, lassie! We show 'em our axes an' say 'Arrrr,' and the gold and grub come rainin; down. We'll not be givin' this up!
Ike: I see... Looks like we'll have to rely on force of arms, then.
— Havetti vs. Ike
- Despite being the head of a group of pirates, Havetti belongs to the bandit class. This is because there is no pirate class in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance.
- Havetti appears in Awakening's background website[dead link] in the Q&A section with Anna.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Japanese||ヒブッティ||Romanized in the internal game files as Hibucchi.|