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Samson

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Samson

FEMN Samson.png
Artwork of Samson from Mystery of the Emblem.

Gender

Male

Race

Human

Nationality

Altean

Starting class

Hero

Appearance(s)

Samson (Japanese: サムソン Samson) is a hero appearing in Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light, Mystery of the Emblem and both of the DS remakes.

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light

Role

Samson lives in a village near the Altean castle near another village which has bad blood with Samson's village. When Marth's army arrives to retake Altea, he has to choose between visiting Samson's village and recruiting him, or visiting the other village and recruiting the paladin Arran. If Samson is chosen, he serves as a soldier in Marth's army for the rest of the War of Shadows.

Starting stats and growth rates

Portrait samson fe01.png
Ma nes01 hero playable.gif Hero
Level 1
Movement 7
Experience 0
Recruitment: Chapter 16, visit eastern village

Stats Growth Rates

Inventory
Silver Sword
Vulnerary
Weapons
Sword Yes check.png Lance X mark.png Axe X mark.png Bow X mark.png
Tome X mark.png Staff X mark.png Ballista X mark.png Stone X mark.png

Analysis

This character analysis section may not be accurate to every player's experience.

Samson joins in Chapter 16 as a pre-promoted Hero, and because of his late recruitment he does not have as much time to contribute or grow as most units; he is, however, able to perform in combat. His combat potential is strong enough to take on most units: his speed is very good at 15, his weapon level is high enough to use all of the swords available to him, and his strength is fairly solid in conjunction with his potential to double. His skill is also very good at 14, but he is somewhat frail with a defense of 9 and HP of 24. His growth rates in strength, skill, speed, and defense are fairly mediocre and he will likely not grow substantially stronger, though his bases are high enough that he will never become completely useless.

In comparison to Arran

The main disadvantage Samson has to Arran is his movement: Arran is a Paladin with 10 movement, while Samson is a Hero with 7. This difference is significant as it makes Arran much better at traversing the map, and gives him more options to be positioned; Samson's movement is serviceable but is still weaker. Arran is also able to use lances, which Samson cannot, meaning he can use useful weapons like the Javelin, Silver Lance, and potentially Gradivus if he increases his weapon level by 4—either through leveling up or using the Manual. Arran also has stronger growths in strength and speed, which are very significant stats. However, Samson's base stats in strength, skill, speed, and luck are significantly higher, so even with Arran's superior growths in speed and strength he will likely not surpass Samson's stats. His speed in particular make it very easy for Samson to double, so he will more consistently one-round enemies. Arran typically needs some investment to hold his own compared to other units, but Samson can compete as soon as he joins. The most practical reason to deploy Arran or Samson is to fill out a roster, and for that purpose Samson is more useful as he starts stronger, though he does not get access to a weapon as powerful as the Gradivus later.

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem

Book 1

Role

Samson lives in a village near the Altean castle near another village which has bad blood with Samson's village. When Marth's army arrives to retake Altea, he has to choose between visiting Samson's village and recruiting him, or visiting the other village and recruiting the paladin Arran. If Samson is chosen, he serves as a soldier in Marth's army for the rest of the War of Shadows.

Starting stats and growth rates

Portrait samson fe03.png
Ma snes01 hero playable.gif Hero
Level 1
Movement 7
Experience 0
Recruitment: Chapter 13, visit eastern village

Stats Growth Rates

Inventory
 Silver Sword
Weapons
Sword Yes check.png Lance X mark.png Axe X mark.png
Bow X mark.png Tome X mark.png Staff X mark.png

Book 2

Role


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Starting stats and growth rates

Portrait samson fe03.png
Ma snes01 hero playable.gif Hero
Level 5
Movement 7
Experience 0
Recruitment: Chapter 17, talk to with Sheena

Stats Growth Rates

Inventory
 Silver Sword
Weapons
Sword Yes check.png Lance X mark.png Axe X mark.png
Bow X mark.png Tome X mark.png Staff X mark.png

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon

Role

Samson lives in a village near the Altean castle near another village which has bad blood with Samson's village. When Marth's army arrives to retake Altea, he has to choose between visiting Samson's village and recruiting him, or visiting the other village and recruiting the paladin Arran. If Samson is chosen, he serves as a soldier in Marth's army for the rest of the War of Shadows.

Starting stats and growth rates

Portrait samson fe11.png
Ma ds01 hero playable.gif Hero
Level 10
Movement 8
Recruitment: Chapter 16, visit eastern village

Stats Growth Rates

Inventory
 Silver Axe
 Vulnerary
Weapon Levels
FE11RankSword.png D FE11RankLance.png -- FE11RankAxe.png B
FE11RankBow.png -- FE11RankTome.png -- FE11RankStaff.png --

Growth rates when reclassed

General Warrior Horseman Berserker Sorcerer

Class HP Str Mag Skill Spd Lck Def Res
General 70% 30% 0% 20% 5% 55% 40% 0%

Analysis

This character analysis section may not be accurate to every player's experience.

In Chapter 16 of Shadow Dragon, either Samson or Arran can be recruited, depending on which village you visit. Samson is the better choice by far, because the Hero class bases alone carry him. He has a substantial skill and speed lead, a slight strength lead as well as similar physical bulk. In the harder difficulties, Arran will get doubled by enemies at base, while Samson will not, which helps his survivability quite a bit. Other than having decently good bases, Samson has a high axe rank at B, which allows him to use the Poleaxe, a very good axe effective against cavalry, and also the Hammer, which is effective against armored units. As such, he is useful even at base level, which ultimately makes him a decent unit in the short term. There is no need to train Samson for him to be of some use to the player.

Unfortunately, Samson's usefulness begins and ends with his base stats and axe rank. Long-term, he is not quite as good. His growth rates are mediocre and he cannot improve much past his starting point, considering his high level and promoted status. He also suffers from a lack of availability—he joins past the halfway point of the game and does not stay relevant for long. However, he can still contribute for a few chapters with the qualities he does have, which makes him usable and sometimes helpful.

Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem

Role


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Starting stats and growth rates

Portrait samson fe12.png
Ma ds02 hero playable.gif Hero
Level 5
Movement 8
Recruitment: Chapter 17, talk to with Sheena
(Reverts to enemy status if a Gra soldier is subsequently killed)

Stats Growth Rates

Inventory
 Silver Axe
Weapon Levels
FE12RankSword.png D FE12RankLance.png -- FE12RankAxe.png B
FE12RankBow.png -- FE12RankTome.png -- FE12RankStaff.png --

Growth rates when reclassed

Original set

General Warrior Horseman Berserker Sorcerer

Class HP Str Mag Skill Spd Lck Def Res
General 100% 45% 0% 30% 10% 70% 55% 0%

Second set

These classes are only available after beating Hard Mode.

Paladin Dracoknight Sniper Swordmaster Sage/Bishop

Class HP Str Mag Skill Spd Lck Def Res
Paladin 80% 45% 0% 35% 25% 70% 40% 0%

Anaylsis

This character analysis section may not be accurate to every player's experience.

Samson isn't very useful. He joins with a decent axe rank, but an embarrassing sword rank for this late into the game, along with bases more fitting for a unit that joined a few chapters earlier. Along with that he also has somewhat low growths compared to most units in New Mystery, though by no means bad, which make it unlikely that he will significantly improve even with training. As such the only way for Samson to improve is to be given a large amount of stat boosting items and forges which could be used better by other characters. Samson can perform decently on lower difficulties, but he simply cannot keep up with enemies on Lunatic and Lunatic Reverse. Overall, the combination of his mediocre bases, join time and growths make Samson a hard unit to be made viable.

Personality and character


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Supports

Mystery of the Emblem

Portrait samson fe03.png
Samson
Hero
Supports:
Portrait sheena fe03.png
Sheena
General
Bonus:
10

[[{{{supportg2}}}]]
Bishop
Bonus:
{{{bonusg2}}}

[[{{{supportg3}}}]]
Bishop
Bonus:
{{{bonusg3}}}
Supported by:
Portrait sheena fe03.png
Sheena
General
Bonus:
10

[[{{{supporto2}}}]]
Bishop
Bonus:
{{{bonuso2}}}
Click here for more details on supports.

Shadow Dragon

Portrait samson fe11.png
Samson
Hero
Mutual supports:
None.

[[{{{supportm1}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{cm1}}}
B: {{{bm1}}}
A: {{{am1}}}

[[{{{supportm2}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{cm2}}}
B: {{{bm2}}}
A: {{{am2}}}

[[{{{supportm3}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{cm3}}}
B: {{{bm3}}}
A: {{{am3}}}

[[{{{supportm4}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{cm4}}}
B: {{{bm4}}}
A: {{{am4}}}

[[{{{supportm5}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{cm5}}}
B: {{{bm5}}}
A: {{{am5}}}
Supported by:*
Small portrait marth fe11.png
Marth
Lord
C: 5
B: 8
A: 35

[[{{{supporto2}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{co2}}}
B: {{{bo2}}}
A: {{{ao2}}}

[[{{{supporto3}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{co3}}}
B: {{{bo3}}}
A: {{{ao3}}}

[[{{{supporto4}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{co4}}}
B: {{{bo4}}}
A: {{{ao4}}}

[[{{{supporto5}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{co5}}}
B: {{{bo5}}}
A: {{{ao5}}}
Click here for more details on supports.

New Mystery of the Emblem: Heroes of Light and Shadow

Portrait samson fe12.png
Samson
Hero
Mutual supports:
Small portrait sheena fe12.png
Sheena
General
C: 0
B: 3
A: 6
Small portrait arran fe12.png
Arran
Paladin
C: 3
B: 6
A: -

[[{{{supportm3}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{cm3}}}
B: {{{bm3}}}
A: {{{am3}}}

[[{{{supportm4}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{cm4}}}
B: {{{bm4}}}
A: {{{am4}}}

[[{{{supportm5}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{cm5}}}
B: {{{bm5}}}
A: {{{am5}}}
Supported by:*
Small portrait default male player's unit fe12.png
Kris
Mercenary
C: 3
B: 6
A: -

[[{{{supporto2}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{co2}}}
B: {{{bo2}}}
A: {{{ao2}}}

[[{{{supporto3}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{co3}}}
B: {{{bo3}}}
A: {{{ao3}}}

[[{{{supporto4}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{co4}}}
B: {{{bo4}}}
A: {{{ao4}}}

[[{{{supporto5}}}]]
Bishop
C: {{{co5}}}
B: {{{bo5}}}
A: {{{ao5}}}
Click here for more details on supports.

Base conversations

Main article: Samson/Conversations

Endings

Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light

Samson
Turns his talents toward being a leader to villagers who suffered under Dolhr.

Mystery of the Emblem

Book 1

Samson, Difficult Hero
After the war he returned to being a mercenary.

Book 2

Samson, Sheena's Hero
After the war he resided permanently at Pales...

Shadow Dragon

Samson, Roaming Hero
Samson continued to ply his trade as a mercenary, but never sold his sword to any but those who met his standards.

New Mystery of the Emblem: Heroes of Light and Shadow

Samson, Sheena's Hero
After the war, Samson settled down in the palace town. As a veteran soldier, the people often relied on him in emergencies.

Quotes

Battle quotes

Prince Marth... I thought you were a noble person, but you're just a murderer... You disappoint me.
— Samson, as an enemy in Chapter 17 of Mystery of the Emblem if Sheena is dead.
I know that Gra cannot prevail. But Sheena deserves better than this.
— Samson, as an enemy in Chapter 17 of New Mystery of the Emblem.

Death quotes

How regrettable...
— Samson, in Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light.
Crap... Is this the end...?
— Samson, in Book 1 of Mystery of the Emblem.
Sheena...
— Samson, in Book 2 of Mystery of the Emblem.
Always knew...I’d breathe my last... here on the battlefield...
— Samson, in Shadow Dragon.
Sheena... We had fun times...
— Samson's death quote in Classic Mode of New Mystery of the Emblem.
I've been beaten... I'll retreat for now... Watch your backs, everyone...
— Samson's retreat quote in Casual Mode of New Mystery of the Emblem.

Everyone's Conditions quotes

I feel exceptional today. When you don't neglect your trainin', this happens every now and then.
— When receiving a temporary stat boost in New Mystery of the Emblem.
Daily trainin' surpasses no one. Everythin' is to improve oneself.
— When receiving experience in New Mystery of the Emblem.
Hm? This is... what?
— When finding an item in New Mystery of the Emblem.
... Restin' your body and soul is important too.
— When failing to receive a bonus in New Mystery of the Emblem.
Kris, huh... I feel we share a lot in common as warriors.
— When receiving support with Kris in New Mystery of the Emblem.

Other appearances

Fire Emblem Cipher

Samson is currently featured on one card in Fire Emblem Cipher.

The below card's epithet is still in raw, untranslated Japanese; it needs translation.
Fire Emblem Cipher data for Samson
TCGCipher B15-037HN.png 落日の勇者, Samson
Archanea

Male

Axe
"Y'know what? If you're gonna insist on staying, then so will I. I'm with you to the very end. It oughta be an fun challenge, if nothing else."
Attack: 70 Support: 10 Range: 1 Deploy Cost: 4
Class: Hero Tier: Advanced Class Change Cost: 3
Celeritous Hero: [Activate] [Tap an ally "Sheena" ] Untap this unit.
"I will protect you.": [Always] During your opponent's turn, your lord gains +10 attack.
Card #B15-037HN • Artist: Homakura
Some card information translation provided by Serenes Forest.
For more detailed strategic information on these cards, see their TCG wiki article on Samson .

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English

Samson

From the Hebrew name שִׁמְשׁוֹן (Shimshon) which meant "sun".[2]

Japanese

サムソン

Officially romanized as Samson.

Spanish

Samson

As above.

French

Samson

As above.

German

Samson

As above.

Italian

Samson

As above.

Gallery

Sprite Gallery
Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light
Portrait samson fe01.png HeroMa nes01 hero playable.gif
Bs fe01 hero sword 01.png
Sword
Bs fe01 hero sword 02.png
Levin Sword
Mystery of the Emblem
Portrait samson fe03.png Ma snes01 hero enemy.gifHeroMa snes01 hero playable.gif
Bs fe03 enemy hero sword.pngBs fe03 hero sword.png
Sword

Other appearances

References

  1. "In the first Emblem game, depending on which village you went to, you could only choose either Arran or Samson. But no matter which character you chose, the story didn't change. When I said, "Aww, I wish it would change something," my senior told me, "We can't due to limited memory capacity." [...] I remembered how futile it seemed then, and I said, "Maeda-san, wouldn't you want to play a game where you could see what would happen if you chose the other side? I want to try this!""Hitoshi Yamagami (Iwata Asks: Fire Emblem Fates)
  2. https://www.behindthename.com/name/samson
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