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Artwork of Ilios from Thracia 776.







Starting class

Mage Knight


Say, if a noble title is all you're askin' for, wouldn't that make you just a commoner? You must be a real hard worker to have made it into House Friege's army! I mean, a commoner in House Friege is like a pegasus flying with Thracia's wyvern knights!
— Karin to Ilios in Chapter 16A: Nohrden Line

Ilios (Japanese: イリオス Eyrios) is a playable Mage Knight in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776.

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776


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Starting stats and growth rates

  Mage Knight
Level 8
Authority --/★★★
Recruitment: Chapter 16A, talk with Karin if Olwen was either killed or not recruited

Stats Growth Rates

Max HP 40 Speed 14/12
Strength 10/9 Luck 14
Magic 9 Defense 10/9
Skill 13/12 Constitution 6
Movement 8/5 FCM 0
Inventory Skills
  Sol Manual
Weapon Levels
  A   --   --   --   --
  D   A   D   --   --


This character analysis section may not be accurate to every player's experience.

Ilios is a powerful mage knight who joins you in chapter 16, provided you went the "A" route. However, he has a strange recruitment condition, that Olwen must be dead or not recruited. Ilios is arguably the better combat unit, because of his decent base stats and high growth rates, but Olwen has more supports and talk conversations that grant her some extra bonuses. If you desire a strong combat unit, you should kill Olwen and recruit Ilios. If you want extra story content and talk conversations, it's better to leave him alone. If you can put him to sleep, you can capture him and get his powerful equipment, however, his bolting is likely to run out when you reach him.

Personality and character

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Ilios, Aspiring Knight
In the New Kingdom of Thracia, Ilios at last achieved his dream when he was granted a title of nobility. However, the mighty warrior's skills were ill-suited for peacetime, and his government post ended in disaster. He mismanaged his district into ruin, though he was spared from punishment because of his service in the war. Reassigned to a symbolic, do-nothing post, he would often corner his subordinates and force them to listen to the same stories of his bygone glory days.


Death quotes

After all this... I still die... a commoner...
— Ilios

Escape quotes

Tch... They think they can push me around just 'cause I'm a commoner... I can't take much more of this...
— Ilios

Other appearances


Etymology and other languages


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


Used in the Choose Your Legends polls for Fire Emblem Heroes; has yet to be corroborated by other sources. One of the names of the city of Troy.



Used in the Project Exile fan translation.



Officially romanized as Eyrios. The katakana literally reads "Ilios".


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


Used in the Project Exile fan translation. The English name of the city he is named after.





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  This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.
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