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Lotz

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Lotz

Portrait lotz fe09.png
Lotz's portrait in Path of Radiance.
Gender

Male

Race

Laguz (hawk)

Nationality

Phoenician

Appearance(s)
You little scamp...
— Tibarn, on Lotz

Lotz (Japanese: ロッツ Lotz) is an Phoenician attendant in the service of King Tibarn.

Biography

Lotz was relatively young and new to Tibarn's service, having at least not being present when Reyson first came to Phoenicis following the Serenes Massacre.[1] During the Mad King's War, Lotz conveyed a letter from Reyson to Tibarn which requested Phoenician support, so Tibarn left Lotz in charge of taking care of Leanne and Lorazieh while he paid a visit to Gallia, instructing him to help Leanne pack to depart as well. While assisting her with packing her things, however, the Black Knight infiltrated Phoenicis Castle, mortally wounded Lotz, and abducted Leanne. Tibarn soon returned and found Lotz, who told him that a knight in black armor had taken Leanne. Lotz then died from his wounds.

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

Role

Lotz appears only in the opening cutscene of Chapter 25.

Personality and character

Lotz is youthful and a bit naive, but is a loyal servant. Described by Tibarn as a "scamp", he read the letter from Reyson before Tibarn or Leanne could, and when he accidentally revealed he had done so he nervously tried to downplay how much he had read, to Tibarn's amusement.[1] He could not speak the ancient language at all, and while he was helping Leanne - who spoke only the ancient language - to pack, he tried shouting at her to ask her what she meant, much to Leanne's amusement.[2]

Other appearances

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Lotz --
Japanese ロッツ Romanized as LOTZ in internal file names.
Spanish Lotz As above.
French Lotz As above.
German Lotz As above.
Italian Lotz As above.


Gallery

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Lotz: You can understand what the heron princess is saying, can't you, Your Majesty?
    Tibarn: Hm? Yes. Well, some of it, at least. Oh, you weren't around when Reyson first got here, were you, Lotz? When he arrived, he was just like this. You'd never know it by how fluently he speaks our modern tongue, would you?
    Lotz: Now that you mention it, he does use some funny words when he gets angry. But, the letter that just arrived is written in standard script, isn't it?
    Tibarn: Over these twenty years, he's gained total mastery of...You...you read the letter, didn't you?!
    Lotz: N-no, I just caught a glimpse of it in your hand. That's all. I'm sorry! Er...Your Majesty...
    Tibarn: You little scamp...
    " — Lotz and Tibarn, Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
  2. "Leanne: (Please put that cloth in here.)
    Lotz: Um, I... I don't have any idea what you're trying to say. Maybe I should talk louder...
    Leanne: (Tee hee! You're not very smart! I wasnt you to take this. and put it in here.)
    Lotz: Um, DO YOU WANT ME... TO PUT THIS...IN THAT BAG??
    Leanne: (Yes, yes.)
    Lotz: Got it! In it goes! I'm getting the hang of this. I'M PUTTING IT IN THE BAG!
    " — Leanne and Lotz, Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
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