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- 1 Fire Emblem
- 2 Personality and character
- 3 Supports
- 4 Endings
- 5 Death quote
- 6 Battle quotes
- 7 Other appearances
- 8 Etymology and other languages
- 9 Trivia
- 10 Gallery
- 11 References
Kent appears in Chapter 1, along with his more relaxed friend and cavalier partner Sain. The two are in the town of Bulgar on a mission. Sain tries unsuccessfully to court Lyn, and she walks away. She returns and asks Kent to move his horse so she can cross the road, he complies; she compliments him on his good manners, but when he states that he believes he has seen her before, she takes this as an attempt to flirt and angrily walks off. Kent scolds Sain, and states that she may be their mission.
Lyn is attacked by by bandits, and Kent and Sain ride up to save her. After the battle is over, Kent explains that he and Sain were traveling up to the Sacae plains from Lycia for a mission as messengers to Madelyn, the marquess of Caelin's daughter, who had left the castle and eloped with a nomad years ago. The marquess presumed them dead, but when he received a letter stating that they were living happily on the plains, he wanted to see them. The two knights had learned that Madelyn had died days after sending the letter; however, they found that her daughter Lyndis was still alive. Kent recognized Lyn in the town with a great resemblance to her mother, seen in castle portraits.
Lyn reminisces about how she thought she would never hear "Lyndis" again when she remembers that one of the bandits had called her Lyndis. Sain deduces that he must have been hired by Lundgren, the younger brother of the marquess, and explains that, as the next heir, Lyn's life is in danger. Kent suggests that she ride with them to Caelin to stay alive and to meet her grandfather, and she accepts.
Kent advises Lyn about many decisions throughout the game. Usually, he takes a more serious and sensible stance on things. He continues to help her up to Castle Caelin, and then goes back to the Caelin forces.
Kent appears in Noble Lady of Caelin, Chapter 15 of Eliwood's story and Chapter 16 of Hector's story. He, Lyn, Sain, Florina, and Wil are trapped outside Castle Caelin when the Laus army attacks the castle. Anxiously, they are stuck outside, worried about Marquess Hausen's safety. They spot Eliwood and Hector's army coming from the west and decide to join them. The two groups converge and work up to the castle.
Kent joins Eliwood and Hector's army and fights with them for the rest of the story.
Starting stats and growth rates
Lyn's Story Eliwood's/Hector's Story
- Note: Eliwood's/Hector's story stats appear only if Lyn's story was skipped or Kent was defeated during Lyn's story. However, the inventory remains the same.
Promotion stat gains
|Paladin||+2||+1||+1||+1||+0||+2||+1||+2||+1||+30, + 30, E|
Personality and character
Kent is a serious knight of Caelin. He is very virtuous and good-willed, often trying to be helpful for others. Kent's speech is polite and sophisticated, and he is generally very friendly to others, although he does have to chastise Sain for his relaxed attitudes towards being a knight. He has a very strong sense of duty, although many seem to comment on this. As another flaw, he says to Sain that he has trouble talking to women. He is overall a very chivalrous, dedicated knight.
In his first appearance, Kent is a normal cavalier in the service of Caelin. At the end of Lyn's story, he becomes the commander of Caelin's knights. He is very dedicated to Lyn, the next marquess of Caelin, and he seems to have feelings for her. His partner and good friend is Sain, a very relaxed, flirtatious cavalier. He speaks little about his background or past.
Kent, Knight of Lycia
For his bravery in fulfilling his command, Kent is named Knight Commander of Caelin. It is a high honor, for one so young, but no one denies his worth.
Kent, the Crimson Shield
After Caelin was placed under Ostian rule, Kent became its steward. His dedication earned him the love of his people.
Kent and Lyn
When her grandfather died, Lyn asked that Caelin be taken under Ostian protection. She set out for Sacae with her former vassal and new love, Kent. The people of Caelin gave them their blessings.
Kent and Fiora
Although they returned to their respective countries, they visited one another often, and their relationship bloomed. When Lyn abdicated Caelin's rule to Ostia, Kent resigned, went to Ilia, and married Fiora.
Kent and Farina
Farina stayed in Caelin as a mercenary, hoping to stay close to Kent. When Lyn abdicated Caelin's rule to Ostia, Kent resigned his commission and served at Farina's side as a mercenary in Ilia.
|“||Lady Lyndis, Mark. I'm no good to you in this condition. My apologies, but I must withdraw.||”|
— Kent in Lyn's Story.
|“||Lady Lyndis... Travel safely...||”|
— Kent in Eliwood/Hector's Story.
|“||General Eagler! We found Lady Lyndis on the orders of the marquess. We've worked so very hard to return her safely to Caelin.||”|
— Against Eagler.
|“||Lundgren, your treachery precedes you. I will not listen to any of your poisoned words!||”|
— Against Lundgren.
|“||Mark, let me take the point. I will break through,even though it may cost my life. If something happens to me, Mark... Lady Lyndis... Please watch over her.||”|
— In Chapter 19.
|“||I will gladly volunteer to protect Lycia with my life.||”|
— In the final chapter.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|English||Kent||An Old English name meaning "edge". It is also the name of a county in England.|
|Japanese||ケント||Officially romanised as Kent.|
- "Farina: You’re just so... You’re so serious, Kent! You don’t think about anything but your duty!
Kent: ...People often say that." - Kent and Farina's C support conversation, Fire Emblem
- "Kent: I'll grant you, talking to women has never been my strong suit." - Kent and Sain's B support conversation, Fire Emblem
- "Kent: Sain, do not presume to know what I am thinking! I just... As her knight...
Sain: Oh, get over it! You can admit it, can't you?! I mean, she is beautiful, and she is kind... How could anyone not have feelings for her?
Kent: ...... So, Sain... You, too?" - Kent and Sain's B support conversation, Fire Emblem
|This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.|