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Sin

FEFT Sin.png
Artwork of Sin from The Binding Blade

A survivor of a Sacaen clan. Loyal to the Silver Wolf.

Gender

Male

Race

Human

Age

20's[1]

Nationality

Sacaen[1]

Title(s)

Sacae’s Falcon[1]

Starting class

Nomad

Appearance(s)
Our chieftain had me escape and told me to find and protect his granddaughter. I'm still in search of her.
— Sin to Fir in Chapter 9: The Misty Isles

Sin (Japanese: シン Sin) is a playable nomad in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade. He is a member of the Kutolah tribe of Sacae and is under orders from Dayan, the chieftain of the tribe known by the epithet "the Silver Wolf", to protect his granddaughter Sue.

Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade

Role


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Starting stats and growth rates

Normal Mode Hard Mode

Portrait sin fe06.png
Nomad
Level 5
Affinity Is gba iceaffin.png
Recruitment: Chapter 9: The Misty Isles, Talk with Sue

Stats Growth Rates

Inventory
Is gba short bow.png Short Bow
Weapon Levels
GBARankSword.gif -- GBARankLance.gif -- Axe -- GBARankBow.gif B
GBARankAnima.gif -- GBARankLight.gif -- GBARankDark.gif -- GBARankStaff.gif --

Promotion gains

Class HP Str Skill Spd Lck Def Res Con Mov Weapon level
Nomadic Trooper +5 +2 +2 +2 +0 +2 +3 +1 +1 GBARankSword.gif E, GBARankBow.gif + 1

Analysis

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

Sin appears in the first level of the western Isles arc, Chapter 9. The sacaean nomad appears as an enemy that you can recruit only by talking to him with Sue. Wich means he gets hard mode bonuses when playing on hard mode. I'm starting this analysis with this information because this is really huge in Sin's usefulness : while in normal mode, he would not seem that strong ( although his bases for a level 5 are killer ), he's only level 5 : your deployment slots may all already be taken by better characters. If you trained Sue, she'd be better than him at this point and having 2 bow users can hamper your enemy phase prowess. On hard mode however, it's quite a different story. Sin really profit of those hard mode bonuses, and end up having insane hp, strength, and speed. His defense is nothing to scoff at neither. That coupled with high skill and accurate bows, Sin has no trouble dealing huge damage to enemies. He can actually have trouble one rounding them, but so does your best units at this point of the game.

However, with all of that said, Sin does suffer from the same curse than Rutger : Doesn't have acces to neither lances or axes. Even if Fe6 is friendly with bow users ( Player phase being more important, loads of wyver riders ), Gba bows are still Gba bows. While he gets swords upon promotion, it's only iron swords for quite a while, and Dieck/Rutger needs the light brand more than him.

Lastly, training Sin does make your experience distribution move more toward Sacae ( which you might want to avoid, considered by a lot of players to be harder than Ilia ), so be careful with that.

Overall, Sin's success really depends on what mode you're playing. On easy mode, he's pretty good, but joins under leveled. If you've trained Sue, she might be better/on par with him now : he can still be good, his growths certainly able to keep him with the pack. On hard mode though, he's at the level of Rutger and Dieck considering joining strength : not as much as a "must use" because you start to have more and more options from then on, but a really strong asset to any teams.

Personality and character


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Supports

Main article: Sin/Supports
Portrait sin fe06.png
Sin
Nomad
Is gba iceaffin.png
Small portrait dayan fe06.png
Dayan
Nomadic Trooper Is gba animaaffin.png
Initial: 40
Per turn:+2
Small portrait fir fe06.png
Fir
Myrmidon Is gba fireaffin.png
Initial: 1
Per turn:+2
Small portrait zeiss fe06.png
Zeiss
Wyvern Rider Is gba thunderaffin.png
Initial: 1
Per turn:+1

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Initial: {{{initialpoints7}}}
Per turn:+

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[[]]
Initial: {{{initialpoints9}}}
Per turn:+
Small portrait sue fe06.png
Sue
Nomad Is gba windaffin.png
Initial: 30
Per turn:+2
Small portrait dorothy fe06.png
Dorothy
Archer Is gba fireaffin.png
Initial: 1
Per turn:+1

[[{{{support6}}}]]
[[]]
Initial: {{{initialpoints6}}}
Per turn:+

[[{{{support8}}}]]
[[]]
Initial: {{{initialpoints8}}}
Per turn:+

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Initial: {{{initialpoints10}}}
Per turn:+
Click here for more details on supports.

Endings

Sin, Falcon of Sacae
Short: Joined a new clan in Sacae.

Long: After returning to Sacae, Sin joined the newly reunited Kutolah clan. He never had much to say, but with his leadership and skill with the bow, he spread his name across the vast plains as the new Silver Wolf.

Quotes

Battle quotes

Monke! Feel the wrath of the Kutolah!
— Against Monke
...We’ve finally made it.
— Sin in the final chapter

Death quote

Not here... I have come so far...
— Sin

Other appearances

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English
(unofficial)
Sin
Japanese シン

Gallery

Small portrait sin fe06.pngSprite Gallery
Portrait sin fe06.png Nomad Nomadic Trooper
Bs fe06 sin nomad bow.png
Bow
Bs fe06 sin nomadic trooper sword.png
Sword
Bs fe06 sin nomadic trooper bow.png
Bow

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Fire Emblem 6: Sin Artbook Translation | kantopia, www.kantopia.wordpress.com, Retrieved: 9 December 2018


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