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Artwork of Sleuf from Thracia 776.





Starting class



You will understand when the time comes. For now, I will join you, Prince Leif.
— Sleuf to Leif in Chapter 16A: Nohrden Line

Sleuf (Japanese: スルーフ Sleuf) is a playable priest in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776.

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776


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Starting stats and growth rates

Portrait sleuf fe05.png
Ma snes03 priest playable.gif Priest
Level 6
Action ★★★
Recruitment: Chapter 16A, if the church in Chapter 15 was visited, visit upper-eastern house with Leif

Stats Growth Rates

Inventory Skills
Bragi Scroll
Weapon Levels
Swords -- Lances -- Axes -- Bows -- Staves A
Fire magic -- Thunder magic -- FE5RankWind.png -- Light magic -- Dark magic --

Promotion stat gains

Class HP Str Mag Skill Spd Lck Def Con Mov Weapon level
High Priest +0 +0 +3 +1 +1 +0 +1 +0 +1 Staves+50 WEXPLight magic+50 WEXP


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

Sleuf joins in chapter 16A and can recruit Amalda in chapter 19. He makes a poor combat unit because of his fragility - 1 defense and 18 HP at this stage of the game does not count for much, meaning he will easily die to physical fighters and is more liable to get fatigued easily. A FCM of 0 does not help, and he cannot even use weapons before promoting. That said, thanks to his A-rank in staves, Sleuf can use any non-personal staff in the game, making for an excellent utility unit. With high magic and skill, he does not face chances of missing when he uses staves, and he is a good status staff user. His magic will usually be high enough to silence or sleep an enemy. If it is insufficient, he can receive a Barrier or a Magic Up boost to bolster his magic and reach a threshold. Aside from status and healing staves, Sleuf can also use supportive staves, like Warp. As an extra benefit, he has three action stars, giving him a 15% chance to move again after he ends his turn. This is unreliable, but helpful on a staff user, since it can allow Sleuf to use a strong staff twice in a single turn.

Sleuf's promotion to High Priest is among the worst promotions in the game. An E-rank in light magic is hardly ever useful, considering Sleuf is not a good combat unit to begin with. And even if by some miracle he could perform competently as an offensive spellcaster (especially through the usage of Crusader Scrolls), there are very few Light magic tomes for him to use outside of the chapter 22 shop. The promotion's other bonuses are also pitiful - +3 magic is the only remarkable benefit. Sleuf is still worth promoting, since the +3 magic helps him meet certain thresholds, and being able to equip a weapon means that enemies won't instantly capture him and take his items. That said, most other promotions in Thracia 776 outshine his.

Despite a lackluster promotion and terrible combat, Sleuf is a useful unit. The mere fact he has an A-rank in staves makes him a great contributor. Staff utility in Thracia is valuable, with a massive number of applications. The game has a variety of obtainable staves, and Sleuf can use almost all of them with no investment.

Personality and character

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Sleuf, Priest of Bragi
After the war, instead of returning to the Tower of Bragi, Sleuf traveled around the continent spreading the teachings of Edda. Sleuf inspired other priests to do the same, and the Edda Church eventually became one of the leading religions of the continent.


Death quotes

L-Lord Claude... I’m sorry...I couldn’t...fulfill your wishes...
— Sleuf

Escape quotes

Prince Leif, the spirit of Bragi will always be watching over you. Please have strength!
— Sleuf


  • According to Thracia 776's website, Sleuf was designed to look 21 years old.[1]

Etymology and other languages

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


Used in the Choose Your Legends polls for Fire Emblem Heroes; has yet to be corroborated by other sources.






Officially romanized as Sleuf.
















Traditional Chinese




Sprite Gallery
Portrait sleuf fe05.png Priest Ma snes03 priest playable.gif High Priest Ma snes03 high priest playable.gif
Bs fe05 sleuf priest staff.png
Bs fe05 sleuf high priest light.png
(all tomes)
Bs fe05 sleuf high priest staff.png


  1. Character ~登場人物の紹介~, ファイアーエムブレム トラキア776, Retrieved: 11 April, 2017
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