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- 1 Fire Emblem Fates
- 2 Personality and character
- 3 Quotes
- 4 Other appearances
- 5 Etymology and other languages
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Gallery
- 8 References
Lilith is not actually a playable character. Her main role as a unit is as an assistant in defending the player's my castle.
In the Fates Hidden Truths DLC it is revealed that Lilith is the daughter of the silent dragon Anankos. She never reveals her relation to Corrin in the main game, pledging to keep it a secret when she 'betrays' Anankos. Her motives behind siding with Corrin stem from meeting a still sane part of Anankos and wishing to fulfill his wishes.
Despite her quite intriguing origins she has relatively minimal impact on the story, with her main role being to introduce the My Castle mechanic, though that is not to say she does not have a story presence at all. While she appears as a human in the first several chapters of Fates, Lilith uses up a tremendous amount of energy to revert to her true dragon form while saving Corrin from falling into the Bottomless Canyon, though the change back is permanent.
In Birthright Chapter 24, Lilith is killed defending Corrin from a blow from Hans. Lilith reverts to her human form to speak her final words to Corrin before dying. After this she still serves as a guard of the player's my castle, but instead of being fed, food is offered at her grave, and she appears as a phantom-her map sprite being a wisp of fire-in battle.
In Conquest, Lilith makes a minor appearance in the beginning of Chapter 7, she accompanies Corrin through the Woods of the Forlorn, with her only dialogue being an "Ehem" when Corrin mentions disliking having to travel through a frightening forest alone. Lilith flees to the castle when the Faceless enemies of the chapter attack.
Her only other story appearance is much later, Lilith is killed by a Faceless in chapter 21. As in Birthright, Lilith reverts to her human form to speak her final words to Corrin before dying. After her death she still serves as a guard of the player's my castle, but instead of being fed, food is offered at her grave, and she appears as a phantom-her map sprite being a wisp of fire-in battle. At the very end of the Nohr path Lilith appears, for a short time, alongside the deceased Ryoma, Mikoto, and Takumi, encouraging Corrin to defeat the now-possessed body of Takumi.
Contrary to the other two paths, Lilith has no story presence whatsoever after Corrin's choice to side with neither nation. She survives to the game's conclusion unharmed.
Lilith gains one full level each time she's fed. Different food items can grant greater chances on a particular stat when she gains a level. Once Lilith reaches a particular plateau for a stat based on the tier of her temple (augmentable by a certain object type), she will no longer gain in that stat until her shrine is upgraded to the next tier.
- Lilith is not a playable character and acts as an NPC unit in My Castle battles.
The first two tiers of Lilith's Temple impose specific lower caps on Lilith's stats; the only way to raise these caps are to upgrade the temple or construct level three character statues, which affect Lilith regardless of the tier of her temple. Lilith's caps for the first two tiers are as follows (her third-tier caps are her class's maximum stats):
Personality and character
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My Castle quotes
|“||Thank you for visiting, Lord/Lady Corrin.||”|
— Lilith, when Corrin arrives at her temple.
|“||Very happy to see you, Lord/Lady Corrin.||”|
— Lilith, when Corrin arrives at her temple.
|“||Thank you. I feel more powerful now!||”|
— Lilith, after being fed a Strength food.
|“||Thank you! I already feel smarter!||”|
— Lilith, after being fed a Magic food.
|“||Thank you! My scales are already growing tougher!||”|
— Lilith, after being fed a Defense food.
|“||Thank you! I feel even nimbler now!||”|
— Lilith, after being fed a Speed food.
|“||Thank you! My whole being feels more resistant!||”|
— Lilith, after being fed a Resistance food.
|“||Did you need anything else from me?||”|
|“||I'd like to offer thanks. Please, take this gift.||”|
— Lilith, giving Corrin a gift.
Level up quotes
|“||I'm always grateful for any food.||”|
— Lilith, when one or no stats grow in a Level Up.
|“||That was delicious, Lord/Lady Corrin!||”|
— Lilith, when two or three stats grow in a Level Up.
|“||That was wonderful! Did you prepare it?||”|
— Lilith, when four or five stats grow in a Level Up.
|“||Divine! Thank you, Lord/Lady Corrin!||”|
— Lilith, when six or more stats grow in a Level Up.
Fire Emblem Cipher
Lilith is currently featured on one card in Fire Emblem Cipher.
|Fire Emblem Cipher data for Lilith|
|Astral Guardian Dragon, Lilith|
|"My kin, my gods, my blood… Dragons grant me strength! Great Moro, I beseech you!"|
|Attack: 10||Support: 20||Range: –||Deploy Cost: 2|
|Class: Astral Dragon||Tier: Base||Class Change Cost: --|
| Astral Breath: [Always] If you have at least one face-up card in your Orb Area, this unit’s attack increases by 30 and its range becomes 1-2.|
Astral Plane Gate: [Activate] [ , ] Select a card in your Orb Area. Flip that card face-up or face-down.
Caretaker’s Vow: [Special] This card can be deployed even if you do not control a face-up bond. This skill is inactive unless you have a face-up bond.
|Card #B07-098HN • Artist: Nejita|
| Some card information translation provided by Serenes Forest.|
For more detailed strategic information on these cards, see their TCG wiki article on Lilith .
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|English||Lilith||Lilith as a girl's name is of Babylonian origin, and the meaning of Lilith is "belonging to the night". A famous usage is as the name of the first wife of the biblical Adam in the Alphabet of Sirach. |
|Japanese||リリス||Officially romanized as Lilith.|
- Lilith's hair kerchief is available as an accessory in My Castle.
- Lilith's human portrait shows that she has a light-blue hair colour, but at the end of the braid turning a redish-brown. Lilith's dragon portrait also shows this happening with her tail.
- Despite being the daughter of Anankos, Lilith does not have the ability to use Dragon Veins.
Lilith's human portrait from Fire Emblem Fates.
Lilith's dragon portrait from Fire Emblem Fates.
Lilith's Shrine after her death, her hat is placed where she used to reside.
Lilith as she appears defending My Castle after her death.
Lilith's astral dragon form 3D model.
|This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.|