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Oskar

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Not to be confused with Oscar, a lance knight of the Greil Mercenaries.

Oskar

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Screenshot of Oskar from Warriors.
Gender

Male

Race

Human

Family

Darios (son)

Nationality

Gristonne

Title(s)

King of Gristonne

Voiced by

D. C. Douglas
(English, Warriors)

Appearance(s)

Warriors

Finally, the time has come for us to take the power of the Chaos Dragon!
— Oskar

Oskar (Japanese: オゾット Hosotte) is an unplayable major antagonist originating from Fire Emblem Warriors. He is the king of Gristonne, and the father of its prince, Darios.

Fire Emblem Warriors

Role

Oskar appears very late in the game, only after Lianna and Rowan return to Aytolis to liberate it from Gristonne and the monsters. Oskar wishes to take Velezark's might for himself and become all-powerful.

Oskar's story presence is extremely short lived despite starting the entire conflict and using Darios for furthering his goals. He is killed the chapter after he is introduced, to serve as a substitute sacrifice in place of Yelena when she is rescued, leaving him with very little dialogue or story presence. He also remains unfought by the player due to only appearing in two cutscenes.

Personality and character

Oskar's extremely limited presence provides little insight into his true character. Despite harmonious relations with Aytolis in recent years[1] he does not appear to regret invading the country or desiring the power of Velezark at all. He expects absolute obedience from Darios, and is surprised when Darios impales him with his sword, making the nature of their family relationship unclear. Oskar's non-reaction to Darios's possessed state makes it unclear if he had even realized Darios was under Velezark's control at all.

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Oskar A variant of Oscar, which is a name of either Germanic or Gaelic origin. As a Germanic name, it is derived from elements meaning god (Old English ōs) and spear (Old English gār). As a Gaelic name, it comes from the words os (deer) and cara (friend).[2]
Japanese オゾット Hosotte, a French surname.
French Oskar As above.

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References

  1. "After Shion and Lian’s father–the king–died of illness, the kingdom was without a ruler for a long period, but thanks to the aid of the neighbouring kingdom of Guston, its people were able to leave[sic] in harmony." — Jedi, Famitsu details on FE Warriors in depth, Serenesforest.net, Published: May 31 2017, Retrieved: December 26 2017
  2. Behind the Name: Meaning, origin and history of the name Oscar, www.behindthename.com, Retrieved: 8 September 2018
Project Characters.png This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.
Fire Emblem Warriors
Playable characters Original characters AnnaLiannaRowan
Shadow Dragon CaedaLindeDLCMarthMinervaDLCNavarreDLCTiki
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Celica
The Blazing Blade Lyn
Awakening ChromCordeliaFrederickLissaLucinaOliviaDLCOwainDLCRobinTharjaDLC
Fates AzuraDLCCamillaCorrinEliseHinokaLeoNilesDLCOboroDLCRyomaSakuraTakumiXander
Non-playable characters OskarYelena
Bosses DariosGharnefIagoValidarVelezark
Personal weapons Anna's BowAuraBlessed LanceBrynhildrCamilla's AxeCordelia's LanceDivinestoneEnlironExpirationFacinnaFalchionFrederick's AxeFujin YumiGrima's TruthHauteclereHinoka's SpearIago's TomeImhulluLady SwordLissa's AxeMissiletainnMoonlightNiles's BowOboro's SpearOlivia's BladeParallel FalchionRaijintoRisylSiegfriedSol KattiSpellbane YumiTharja's HexThoronWing SpearWo DaoYato
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