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|Icon of the Kidnap skill in Fates.|
Grants Capture command if the castle has a prison. Imprison defeated foes.
Kidnap (Japanese: 暗夜の拘束術 Anya Restraint Technique) is a skill which debuted in Fire Emblem Fates. It is Niles' personal skill, and it gives him the ability to capture if the player's My Castle is has been equipped with a prison. This command will allow the user to capture a defeated generic enemy unit or story-unimportant boss unit and send them to the My Castle's prison, where they can be recruited.
||Sends a defeated generic enemy to the My Castle's prison.
||Cannot be used if a prison has not been built in My Castle.|
Cannot inflict critical hits or trigger sword skills during capture attempts.
Fire Emblem Cipher
Kidnap is present as a skill on one of Niles's cards in Fire Emblem Cipher: B06-065N Twisted Joy, Niles. It comes into effect when Niles defeats an enemy unit with a deployment cost of 1, giving the player the option of using paying a cost of flipping one bond card to draw another card from their deck and add it to their hand.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Refers to Niles' class, Outlaw, which are known to commit crimes such as kidnapping.
||Anya Restraint Technique, "Anya" (literally, "dark night") being the Japanese name for Niles' country, Nohr.