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|“||Yes, Rose, I most certainly did.||”|
Maggie (Japanese: マギー Maggie) is one of a pair of bandits seeking a hidden village in Arcadia alongside Rose, and one of two sub-bosses of chapter 14 of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade. Maggie, along with Rose, arrive in Arcadia searching for treasure in a hidden village, only to run across Roy's army, already in the area fighting the forces of Bern led by Randy, and end up defeated by the army.
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- Stats with two figures separated by a ~ are presented as a range, representing stats that vary due to random growths. The figures to the left and right of the ~ are the stat's minimum and maximum possible values respectively.
Maggie does not have a battle quote.
|“||Oh my, Rose...I've never known such pain.||”|
— Maggie, in The Binding Blade.
|The Binding Blade||A brigand living in the deserts
- Eccentric bandit pairs appear to be somewhat of a tradition in Fire Emblem series games, pairs like Maggie and Rose appear in other games as well; examples include: Paul and Jasmine, Pain and Agony, Victor and Vincent, and Llewelyn and Lloyd.
Etymology and other languages
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Used in the most recent, up-to-date version of the fan translation patch, as well as in older versions and popularized by Serenes Forest. A common short form of the English female given name Margaret. Although a few men have been known to be called such, it is usually as a nickname based on their surname. Contrary to the feminine connotations when used as a given name, this particular Maggie is a male character.