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Heste

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Heste

Portrait heste fe02.png
Heste's portrait in Gaiden.
Gender

Female

Race

Human

Family

Juda (Father)
Marla (Sister)
Sonya (Younger Sister)

Nationality

Rigelian

Starting class

Witch

Appearance(s)

Gaiden

(Japanese: ヘステ, Heste) is a witch in Fire Emblem Gaiden. She is one of Juda's daughters and one of Sonya's older sisters.[1] She is also a follower of Duma. She is also Marla's sister, but their relative age to each other is unspecified.

Heste is fought twice throughout the game, Alm fights her in chapter 4 on the way to Rigel castle, Heste guards the river crossing. The second time she is fought by Celica and Alm is in the final chapter in the basement of the Tower of Duma alongside her sister and father.

Unlike her sisters and father, Heste does not have a single line of dialogue in the entire game.

Fire Emblem Gaiden

Boss data

Boss: Chapter 4 Boss: Chapter 5


Quotes

Battle quotes

Heste does not have any battle quotes.

Death quotes

Somewhat notably, Heste does not have a death quote, despite being a fairly important story boss.

Trivia

  • Heste and Marla have the exact same stats as each other throughout all their appearances in Gaiden.
  • Heste and Marla share portraits, but one is flipped.
  • The generic class portrait for witches in Fire Emblem Fates may be inspired by Marla's and Heste's appearances, as the Fates' witch has the same hair color-a very dark and high contrast purple-as the two sisters.

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English
(unofficial)
• Heste
• Hes
• Used in the most recent Gaiden fan translation.
• Used in the older Gaiden fan translation.
Japanese ヘステ Officially romanized as Heste.

Gallery

Sprite Gallery
Portrait heste fe02.png Witch
Bs fe02 enemy witch magic.png
Black magic


References

  1. "Her two older sisters, Marla and Heste, had been reborn as witches to be sacrificed to Duma... Sonya would never forgive their father Juda for making his three daughters into sacrifices." - Sonia's ending, Fire Emblem Gaiden


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