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|“||Each time we find the light in the dark, we grow, bit by bit. And without growth, what's the point in carrying on?||”|
— Lysithea to Marianne
Lysithea von Ordelia (pronounced /laɪ'sɪθiə vɒn ɔɹ'diliə/[key]; Japanese: リシテア＝フォン＝コーデリア Lysithea von Cordelia) is a playable character appearing in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. She is a member of the Golden Deer house at the Officers Academy.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Fire Emblem: Three Houses
- 3 Fire Emblem Heroes
- 4 Personality and character
- 5 Supports
- 6 Endings
- 7 Quotes
- 8 Other appearances
- 9 Trivia
- 10 Etymology and other languages
- 11 Gallery
- 12 External links
- 13 References
Lysithea is the eldest daughter of the house of Count Ordelia, the head of House Ordelia of the Leicester Alliance, and a prodigy in magic. As a punishment to her house for having part in House Hrym's insurrection against the Adrestian Empire in Imperial Year 1168, Adrestian staff were sent by the Empire to replace the people involved. Some of the new staff included members of "those who slither in the dark", who proceeded to experiment on a young Lysithea and other children from her house. The goal of this experiment was to implant two Crests into a single person. She was the only survivor and success of the experiment, which resulted in her having white hair and a drastically shortened lifespan. To bring peace to her parents, she rushed her studies to enter the Officers Academy early in 1180, join the Golden Deer house, and graduate to save her house. According to herself, she was given 5 years, maximum, to live.
If Lysithea is a member of Byleth's class, she returns to Garreg Mach Monastery on the day of the millennium festival and accompanies them throughout the war. Otherwise, she returns to the Alliance. On the Crimson Flower route, she is encountered during the Imperial invasion of Derdriu and is defeated. Byleth can either execute her or spare her; in the latter case, she joins the Black Eagle Strike Force and fights directly under their command for the rest of the war. On the Azure Moon route, she is a member of the Alliance forces fighting at the Battle of Gronder, and can be circumvented or slain at the player's discretion. Lysithea makes no appearances in the story on the Silver Snow route, but it is most likely she is one of the many casualties of the Battle at Gronder.
Lysithea is a starting playable character for the Golden Deer route, a recruitable unit on the Black Eagles and Blue Lions routes and a recurring enemy should she not be poached during Part I. On the Crimson Flower route, she can be recruited in Chapter 14 should any unit defeat her in combat.
Starting stats and growth rates
- Main article: Lysithea/Stats
Part I Part II: Crimson Flower
Enemy - Chapter 7
Normal Hard Maddening
Enemy - Crimson Flower Chapter 14
Normal Hard Maddening
Enemy - Azure Moon Chapter 17
Normal Hard Maddening
Growth rates when reclassed
- Main article: Lysithea/Stats#Growth rates when reclassed
|Mastermind||Personal ability, innate and unremovable|
|Sword Prowess||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Sword Crit +10||S|
|Lance Prowess||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Lance Crit +10||S|
|Axe Prowess||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Axe Crit +10||S|
|Bow Prowess||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Bow Crit +10||S|
|Brawling Prowess||E+; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Brawl Crit +10||S|
|Reason||Innate; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Dark Magic Range +1||S|
|Faith||Innate; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|White Magic Range +1||S|
|Authority||Innate; replaced with higher levels at D+, C+, B+, and A+|
|Armored Effect Null||S+|
|Cavalry Effect Null||S+|
|Flying Effect Null||S+|
|The above ability list does not include class abilities, or abilities and combat arts that are granted by items.|
|Dark Spikes Τ||B|
Lysithea has the highest magical damage output in the game, boasting the highest magic growth in the game and very high speed and dexterity growths. Despite the weight of her spells oftentimes preventing her from doubling enemies, the high might of her excellent dark magic spells will often enable her to kill enemies in one shot—or deal heavy damage if playing maddening—throughout the majority of the game. Lysithea's personal ability, Mastermind grants double skill experience earned in battle, allowing her to reach high weapon levels much quicker than her other allies and granting her incredible spells very early. It additionally doubles her class experience, allowing her to gain mastery abilities such as Fiendish Blow even earlier. Thanks to her stellar magic and potential for early access to Dark Spikes Τ, she can one-shot the Death Knight as early as his first appearance in Chapter 4 and throughout the rest of the game even on the highest difficulty. However, Lysithea does have three major weaknesses in her poor defensive growths which prevent her from defeating large amounts of enemies on the enemy phase, a lack of three range spells in her spell list, and in the poor movement of classes that can use magic. As the rest of your units get access to mounts and flying classes, being limited to four movement per turn will cause Lysithea to lag behind the rest of the army and struggle to utilize her destructive potential. These weaknesses are somewhat undermined by the incredible utility of the Warp spell, which will benefit from an enhanced range thanks to Lysithea's amazing magic growth, and by the Thyrsus which grants her plus two to her magic range. Additionally, as long as the enemy does not double her or kill her in one hit, Lysithea can tank a limited number of enemies with low resistance on the enemy phase by equipping Nosferatu.
Lysithea also possesses a Budding Talent for Swords. If trained she gets access to Soulblade, a magical sword combat art that increases in damage output based on her Resistance. With the right sword and a high Resistance stat, this art can deal more damage than her most powerful spells, however, it is an art locked at one-range, thus, potentially exposing her to counterattacks and attacks on the enemy phase she will not take if she attacks at four-range with Thyrsus. Her low strength and defense otherwise make her sword rank irrelevant—as she would almost certainly deal no damage with non-magical swords—unless you are aiming to promote her into a Mortal Savant.
Lysithea has the Crests of Gloucester and Charon, the former of which occasionally boosts her magical damage potentially netting her more kills, while the latter occasionally boosts her damage with Combat Arts. Unless trained in weapons outside of Reason and Faith, Lysithea will never have use of her Crest of Charon. This crest can also allow her to use Thunderbrand's Foudroyant Strike but her low strength generally makes using it with her a bad idea.
Considering her strengths and growths, the best class progression for Lysithea is to start as a Monk; then promote into a Mage and master the class to gain Fiendish Blow; and for the advanced tier, promote into either a Warlock or a Bishop. Warlock will enhance her offensive capabilities further, while Bishop will allow her to cast Warp twice per map, along with increasing the uses of her other white magic spells; bear in mind that Warlock's class abilities, Black Tomefaire and Black Magic Uses x2, will not help Lysithea, as she uses dark magic and not black magic. The best master class for Lysithea depends on what role Lysithea is best suited to fill in the your army. If you want to double her spell uses or use Warp two times per map, Gremory will be her best class. If you want Lysithea to keep pace with the rest of the army and get Dark Tomefaire, promote her into a Dark Knight. She may have a weakness in Lances but she should still be able to reach a C-rank for the promotion.
Following the release of the Cindered Shadows DLC, Lysithea has access to the new Valkyrie and Dark Flier classes. Both help remedy her low movement stat, but Valkyrie also has an inherent increase in spell range. This gives her 3 range on most spells and 5 range if she has Thyrsus. If she masters Warlock to get Bowbreaker, she makes for a solid Dark Flier, too. Dark Flier gives her more movement options than Valkyrie, but instead of a range bonus, she gets Transmute. If another unit helps her deal with physical units in an area, Dark Flier Lysithea can nuke out any mages that come after her on enemy phase and then answer by advancing with +3 on all of her stats until the end of the next player phase.
Recruiting for other routes
Lysithea is a valuable addition to your team on any route by virtue of her access to Warp alone, a spell which only Lysithea and two other units can even learn. Even if she is recruited fairly late into Part 1, thanks to Mastermind, she can quickly get her weapon levels up to access promotions and her powerful spells and will likely perform the same for the player as she would in the Golden Deer route. If you recruit Lysithea, it is also recommended that you recruit Lorenz so that you gain access to his corresponding paralogue which earns you Thyrsus upon clearing it. As mentioned above, Lysithea performs much better with the additional two range for all of her magic and unlocking the paralogue only requires you to recruit Lorenz, after which he can be benched for the rest of the game at no additional cost to the player.
The only route in which it is possible to recruit Lysithea post-timeskip is the Crimson Flower route*. If spared, Lysithea starts off with much lower stats and weapon proficiencies than when you fought her in the previous chapter and her starting class is Mage instead of Gremory. These starting conditions mean that she has a limited spell list and stats that leave her susceptible to death from nearly every enemy that attacks physically. Additionally, when recruited at this point in the game she cannot obtain Thyrsus if it was not already obtained and there are only four more mainline chapters left. Nevertheless, you can increase her proficiency in Faith magic to a least a B-rank to unlock Warp by giving her some preference in Instruction sessions and deploying her in Auxiliary battles and Paralogues. Even if deployed as an adjutant equipped with faith magic, she will still net her the boosted weapon experience she obtains from her personal skill. You can then reclass her to a Bishop or Gremory to double her uses of Warp. The late game maps of the Crimson Flower route are filled with terrain with heavy movement penalties for all non-fliers. Having as many as three users of Warp in those maps in Lysithea, Linhardt, and Manuela will enable easier movement about the map.
There are two different variations of Lysithea available to Heroes, both of which are tied to her storyline appearance in Three Houses. The normal variation of Lysithea, based on her Three Houses Part I appearance as an Officers Academy student, is one of the characters added to the game in the Twisted Reality update, and became available for summoning by players on March 6, 2020. A Brave variation of Lysithea, based on her Three Houses Part II appearance as a Gremory, was made available on August 18, 2020 as part of the summoning event surrounding the launch of the Lack update.
Apart from those from the first Choose Your Legends event, which took place before Heroes's initial launch, Lysithea is notably the first character to have won a Brave variation before her normal variation was even added to the game's data, having finished second in the women's bracket of the fourth event, announced a little more than a month before Lysithea's normal variation was added to the game.
Lysithea: Child Prodigy
- Lysithea: Child Prodigy is only available at 5★ rarity.
|A||Death Blow 1||★★★★★||50 SP|
|A||Death Blow 2||★★★★★||100 SP|
|A||Death Blow 3||★★★★★||200 SP|
|A||Death Blow 4||★★★★★||300 SP|
|B||Lull Spd/Res 1||★★★★★||60 SP|
|B||Lull Spd/Res 2||★★★★★||120 SP|
|B||Lull Spd/Res 3||★★★★★||240 SP|
|C||Time's Pulse 1||★★★★★||60 SP|
|C||Time's Pulse 2||★★★★★||120 SP|
|C||Time's Pulse 3||★★★★★||240 SP|
Lysithea: Earnest Seeker
- Lysithea: Earnest Seeker is only available at 5★ rarity.
|Dark Spikes Τ||Innate|
|A||Atk/Spd Push 1||★★★★★||60 SP|
|A||Atk/Spd Push 2||★★★★★||120 SP|
|A||Atk/Spd Push 3||★★★★★||240 SP|
|A||Atk/Spd Push 4||★★★★★||300 SP|
|B||Lull Spd/Res 1||★★★★★||60 SP|
|B||Lull Spd/Res 2||★★★★★||120 SP|
|B||Lull Spd/Res 3||★★★★★||240 SP|
|C||Hone Spd 1||★★★★★||50 SP|
|C||Hone Spd 2||★★★★★||100 SP|
|C||Hone Spd 3||★★★★★||200 SP|
|C||Hone Spd 4||★★★★★||300 SP|
Personality and character
Lysithea is often called a prodigy, praised for her talent with magic. She is extraordinarily hardworking, and despises her abilities being credited to her two crests; the Crest of Gloucester and Minor Crest of Charon. She is constantly studying, barely ever found doing anything else. She dislikes partaking in physical activity, due to her weakened body, but despite this, hates being told she can’t do something. She also dislikes being treated as a child, as the youngest student at the officer’s academy for the duration of White Clouds. Regardless, she often acts in ways that can come of as childish, and has a fear of ghosts. She tends to feel that she must prove herself, and is quick to anger when talked to in a manner that she believes is condescending, or disagreed with, but often jumps to conclusions quickly, causing misunderstandings. Lysithea also has a sweet tooth, liking desserts, especially cake. In support conversations with Felix, she describes cake as ‘the divine essence of the heavens’ and claims that ‘life without cake is no life at all’. She also tries to use cake as a bribe in an attempt to avoid being seen as a child, demonstrating how she feels about her image and despises being underestimated.
- Main article: Lysithea/Supports
Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune
Lysithea returned home to help her parents restore their family land. Years later, when the end to their hard work was finally in sight, she relinquished House Ordelia's claim to nobility, ceding the territory to a nearby lord. Shortly thereafter, she and her family disappeared into obscurity.
Byleth, Ruler of Dawn & Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune
Byleth announced his engagement to Lysithea shortly after becoming leader of the United Kingdom of Fódlan. Before they were officially wed, she returned home, helped her father to restore Ordelia territory, and offered the land up to be governed directly by the new kingdom. Once the affairs of House Ordelia were in order, Lysithea finally married and became queen. Even without her Crests, she proved more than capable in the role, applying her great insight and intelligence toward a better Fódlan. When the rebuilding effort was complete, the couple and their children enjoyed long and peaceful lives.
Claude, King of Unification & Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune
Entrusting the future of Fódlan to his friends, Claude left for Almyra to reclaim his place as heir to the throne. When he became king, he asked Lysithea to be his queen with a heart full of love, and with the hope of fostering friendly diplomatic relations with Fódlan. Due to her shortened lifespan, Lysithea declined. Claude, unable to abandon his love for her, gave up the throne to go on a quest for a means to save her. Years later, he appeared suddenly before her, claiming to have found a cure. With her trust and love to guide him, he whisked her away, across the sea. It is unknown where they went.
Edelgard, Flame Emperor & Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune
After the war, Edelgard and Lysithea threw themselves into the fight against those who slither in the dark. The struggle was long and arduous, but not without its benefits. With careful analysis of ancient techniques, they discovered ways to recover the years of life that had been stolen from them. Afterwards, the new Adrestian emperor and Lysithea, her trusted officer, devoted the rest of their lives to Fódlan's rule. For her counsel in instituting class reforms and ensuring the independence of the people, Lysithea came to be known as the Wisdom of the Empire. The pair of talented women ushered Fódlan into a new age of innovation and prosperity.
Hanneman, Father of Crestology & Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune
After the war, Lysithea returned to her parents in Ordelia territory. She was joined by Hanneman, and together the two worked to research a method by which to extend her lifespan. Some years later, their efforts bore fruit, and they devised a procedure to remove her Crests. Afterward, Lysithea renounced her noble claim and continued to assist Hanneman with his research. When he passed, she took up his mantle, and by the great discoveries she made, came to be called the Golden Child of Crestology.
Felix, Meandering Sword & Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune (Crimson Flower, Silver Snow, Verdant Wind)
After the war, Felix abandoned his noble title and chose to make a living with his sword. He traveled the land, seeking battle as if he had a death wish, but his violent path came to an end when he happened upon Lysithea, who had been living in a small house in the middle of nowhere with her parents. Seeing her--condemned to live a shortened life, but smiling and making the most of every day with her family--convinced Felix that life was precious. He gave up his sword to join her, and the two spent their lives baking sweets. Lysithea's recipe became known far and wide, and the treat became a tradition for the people of that region.
Ignatz, Worldly Artist & Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune
Lysithea returned home to help her parents restore their family land. Years later, when the end to their hard work was finally in sight, she relinquished House Ordelia's claim to nobility, and the family retreated from the public eye. In her new life as a commoner, she had a chance reunion with Ignatz, who had persuaded his family to allow him to travel the world as an artist. Lysithea became enchanted by his determination, and by the landscapes and portraits he painted of all he had seen in his travels. She offered the remainder of her short life in support of his work. It is said that Ignatz's most famous piece, Portrait of a Goddess, used Lysithea's face as a reference.
Linhardt, Sleepy Crest Scholar & Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune
Though Linhardt researched vigorously for a method by which to remover the Crests from Lysithea and save her life, the war ended before he could reach any conclusions. Lysithea, deciding she should return home to her parents, thanked Linhardt and took her leave of Garreg Mach. Not to be deterred, Linhardt set his affairs in in order, renounced his noble title, and followed Lysithea to Ordelia territory to continue his research. Years later, his efforts bore fruit, and Lysithea's Crests were successfully removed. With a new future ahead of her, Lysithea, too, renounced her noble claim, and the couple married as commoners. It is said they raised a very happy family.
Raphael, Beast of Leicester & Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune
Raphael returned to his hometown to serve his liege lord as a knight, and spent his spare time helping out at the inn that his family had opened during his time away. Due to his grandfather's age, he was compelled before long to give up knighthood and manage the inn full-time. Soon after that, the inn began to be frequented by Lysithea and her family, who had renounced all claim to nobility and begun a life as commoners. Lysithea found a kindred spirit in Raphael's sister, Maya, and before long, found herself helping out around the place too. Eventually she was put in charge of the kitchen, where it is said she spent the rest of her days happily working.
Lorenz, Noble of the Red Rose & Lysithea, Scholar of Misfortune
As the new head of House Gloucester, Lorenz first worked to restore his own territory, and then expanded his vision to include reforms for all Fódlan. At the height of his storied political career, he announced his marriage to Lysithea. Though the only daughter of Count Ordelia had already renounced all claim to nobility, the people happily accepted their union. She rarely appeared in public, due to health concerns, but it is said that a great many policies credited to Lorenz were actually her ideas.
|“||You are here as well, Professor? That is a shame...||”|
— Lysithea, as an enemy when fighting against Byleth in Crimson Flower Chapter 14.
|“||Edelgard: Lysithea. How unfortunate that a talented woman like you should throw her life away on a pointless battle.
Lysithea: Ha, do not underestimate me. The fight is far from over, Edelgard!
— Lysithea, as an enemy fighting Edelgard in Crimson Flower Chapter 14.
|“||Don't expect me to go easy on you. Because I won't.||”|
— Lysithea, as an enemy in Crimson Flower Chapter 14/Azure Moon Chapter 17.
|“||Edelgard: Lysithea. You and I are so alike. We could have walked the same path.
Lysithea: We're alike? You don't mean to tell me... It can't be!
Edelgard: Yet now, we are at a crossroads. There's no turning back. Must we fight each other for the things we believe in?
Lysithea: That's exactly what's going to happen. And I will defeat you, Edelgard!
— Lysithea, fighting Edelgard in Silver Snow Chapter 19/Verdant Wind Chapter 20.
|“||You're in my way!||”|
— Lysithea in Parts I & II
|“||I don't have time for this!||”|
— Lysithea in Parts I & II
— Lysithea in Part I & II
— Lysithea in Part I
|“||You will regret this!||”|
— Lysithea in Part II
|“||How vexing... This isn't what I wanted.||”|
— Lysithea's retreat quote as a playable character in Part I.
|“||If only I'd lived...just a little longer.||”|
— Lysithea's death quote in classic mode as a playable character in Part II.
|“||Seems...I may have...underestimated the enemy.||”|
— Lysithea's retreat quote in casual mode as a playable character in Part II.
|“||That's the last of my energy... If you're gonna kill me, make it quick. Fair warning though, I'll likely come back to haunt you. It's not like I've had an easy time of it, after all...
If spared: You...want me to join you? The Alliance is over no matter what. The only thing left is to place faith in you and Edelgard. There's still so much I have to accomplish. Thank you for the second chance, Professor.
If killed: Father, Mother... I'm sorry I didn't listen to you...
— Lysithea as an enemy in Crimson Flower Chapter 14.
- Main article: Lysithea/Quotes
- Main article: Lysithea/Quotes (Heroes)
Fire Emblem Cipher
Lysithea is currently featured on five cards in Fire Emblem Cipher.
- One of the below cards' epithets is still in raw, untranslated Japanese; it needs translation.
|Fire Emblem Cipher data for Lysithea|
|Little Person of Great Talent, Lysithea|
|"So help me, if you continue treating me like a child, I'll--!"|
|Attack: 60||Support: 20||Range: 1-2||Deploy Cost: 4|
|Class: Warlock||Tier: Advanced||Class Change Cost: 3|
|Peerless Toil: [Trigger] [Flip 1 Bond card face-down] At the end of each player's turn, you may pay the cost and if you do: Draw 1 card.|
Lifeburning Magic Talent: [Hand] [Activate] [Send this card to the Retreat Area] If you have an allied "Lysithea", choose 1 non-Main Character enemy, and destroy them. ([Hand] is only usable while this card is in your hand.)
|Card #B18-039SR • Artist: Kawasumi|
|Talented Woman of House Ordelia, Lysithea|
|"The monastery grounds are far too spread out. That's not because I'm getting lost. I'm a fully capable, mature person! Who never gets lost."|
|Attack: 30||Support: 20||Range: 1-2||Deploy Cost: 1|
|Class: Noble||Tier: Base||Class Change Cost: --|
|Precocious Prodigy: [Trigger] When this unit's attack destroys an enemy, draw 1 card. Choose 1 card from your hand, and send it to the Retreat Area.|
Magic Emblem: [Support] Draw 1 card. Choose 1 card in your hand, and send it to the Retreat Area.
|Card #B18-040N, B18-040ST • Artist: Kawasumi|
|Scholar of Misfortune, Lysithea|
|"This is the path that I chose... The only choice left to me now is to keep going."|
|Attack: 50||Support: 20||Range: 1-2||Deploy Cost: 3|
|Class: Warlock||Tier: Advanced||Class Change Cost: 2|
|Remnant Flame: [Trigger] Each time you use a from your hand, until the end of the turn, this unit gains +20 attack.|
The Compendium of Light and Dark: [Activate] [Once per turn] [Flip 1 bond card face-down] If your opponent has 5 or more cards in their hand, your opponent chooses 1 card from their hand, and sends it to the Retreat Area.
|Card #B19-033HN • Artist: Tobi|
|"Those who slither in the dark... What they have done is unforgivable. They must be exterminated."|
|Attack: 60||Support: 20||Range: 1-2||Deploy Cost: 5|
|Class: Gremory||Tier: Advanced||Class Change Cost: 3|
|Hades Ω: [Activate] [Once per turn]  Your opponent chooses 5 cards from their hand, and sends the remainder to the Retreat Area.|
Abraxas: Template:CipherAlwayus If this unit is attacking your opponent's Main Character, this unit gains +20 attack.
|Card #B21-024R • Artist: Fuzichoco|
|Hardworking Genius Mage, Lysithea|
|"I'll continue to learn and grow from your instruction, Professor. I just know it!"|
|Attack: 40||Support: 20||Range: 1-2||Deploy Cost: 2|
|Class: Monk||Tier: Base||Class Change Cost: --|
|Abounding Magic Talent: [Activate] [Once per turn] [Flip 1 Bond card face-down] Until the end of the turn, this unit gains +20 attack.|
Disruptive Magic Studies: [Trigger] Each time an enemy is deployed via a skill's effect, you may move that enemy.
|Card #B21-025N • Artist: Fuzichoco|
|Some card information translation provided by Serenes Forest.|
For more detailed strategic information on these cards, see their TCG wiki article on Lysithea .
- Before a house is chosen, Lysithea's stat screen will not display both of her Crests; only her Minor Crest of Charon.
- There's a personalized map sprite in the game's files depicting Lysithea in the Gremory class, which would've been used during Part II. In-game, it is left unused for unknown reasons.
- Disregarding enemy-only abilities, as an enemy, Lysithea has access to the Dark Magic Avoid +20 and Heartseeker abilities, which she can't obtain as a playable unit. The latter is also only available for non-NPC bosses as an innate ability for the Dark Mage and Dark Bishop classes.
- Lysithea's S-Rank illustration was off-model in the initial release, as it depicted her without one of her hair clips. This was fixed in Version 1.0.2.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|English||Lysithea von Ordelia||Full name, known by just Lysithea in most menus. Lysithea is a figure in Greek mythology; the daughter of Evenus and mother of Helenus.|
Ordelia is an alteration of Cordelia, a Celtic name theorized by some scholars to be based on the Latin cor, "heart", and a character from William Shakespeare's King Lear; other characters from Leicester also have surnames derived from King Lear characters. It was probably altered to avoid similarities to Cordelia from Awakening.
|Japanese||リシテア＝フォン＝コーデリア||Lysithea von Cordelia|
|Spanish||Lysithea von Ordelia||As above.|
|French||Lysithea von Ordelia||As above.|
|German||Lysithea von Ordelia||As above.|
|Italian||Lysithea von Ordelia||As above.|
|Lysithea von Ordelia||As above.|
|Korean||리시테아 폰 코델리아||Lysithea von Cordelia|
|Simplified Chinese||莉丝缇亚·冯·科迪利亚||Lysithea von Cordelia|
|Traditional Chinese||莉絲缇亞‧馮‧科迪利亞||Lysithea von Cordelia|
High quality portrait artwork of Lysithea from Three Houses.
Portrait of Lysithea from Three Houses.
Lysithea's unused personalized sprite for Part II, despicting her in the Gremory class.
Concept art of Lysithea from Three Houses.
- "本年入学の生徒の中では最年少の15歳。 (One of the youngest enrolled students this year at 15 years old.)" — Nintendo, キャラクター| ファイアーエムブレム 風花雪月｜Nintendo Switchソフト｜任天堂, www.nintendo.co.jp, Published: May 31 2019, Retrieved: June 2 2019
- "Lysithea von Ordelia, presente! E esta é a tarefa do mês! Hã? Onde está o professor?" — Lysithea: Child Prodigy when being summoned, Fire Emblem Heroes
|This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.|
|Fire Emblem Heroes|