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FEF Wolfssegner concept.png
Concept artwork of a Wolfssegner from Fates.

Nohrian. A mighty wolfskin who surpasses peers in skill and savagery.

Unit type(s)





Better Odds, Grisly Wound

The Wolfssegner (Japanese: マーナガルム Managarmr) is an advanced, Nohr-aligned class which was introduced in Fire Emblem Fates. It is the promoted form of the Wolfskin, and is a non-human shapeshifting class which uses beaststones to take the form of a powerful wolf-like beast in battle.

The Hoshidan counterpart of the Wolfssegner class is the Nine-Tails. Enemy Wolfssegners, along with their basic form and their Hoshidan counterparts, are among the few playable classes whose generic enemy members are not capturable.


Base stats

Game HP Strength Magic Skill Speed Luck Defense Resistance Movement Constitution Weight Experience CRP Weapon level
Fates 22 11 0 6 7 1 7 1 6 -- -- -- -- Beaststones E

Maximum stats

Game HP Strength Magic Skill Speed Luck Defense Resistance Movement Constitution Weapon level
Fates 65 36 25 29 31 26 32 26 8 -- Beaststones S

Class growth rates

Game HP Strength Magic Skill Speed Luck Defense Resistance Charm Constitution* Movement* Weapon level
Fates 20/85% 20/60% 0% 5/45% 15/55% 5/20% 10/55% 0/30% -- -- -- --
See class growth rate for more details on the mechanics of class growths in each game.

Class skills

Game Skill Learning conditions
Fates Better Odds Learned from Level 5 and up.
Fates Grisly Wound Learned from Level 15 and up.

Class change


Base class Promotion method Advanced class
Ma 3ds02 wolfskin playable.gif
Using a Master Seal after reaching Level 10. Ma 3ds02 wolfssegner playable.gif

Notable enemy Wolfssegners

Enemy Units
Name Game
Keaton Fates: Birthright
Enemy Wolfssegner units in the Fire Emblem series.

Flavor text

Game Text
Fates Nohrian. A mighty wolfskin who
surpasses peers in skill and savagery.

Etymology and other languages

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


Derived from Wolfssegen, a charm used to repel wolves in Bavarian folklore. These charms were sold by elderly men known as Wolfssegner (literally, "wolf charmers"), who were originally tolerated, but were persecuted in the 1590s as they were believed to actually be werewolves.



Officially romanized as Managarmr. In Norse mythology, "Mánagarmr" (literally, "Moon-hound") is another name for Hati Hróðvitnisson, a wolf who is said to pursue the moon across the night sky and is fated to consume it in the time of Ragnarok.


Ulfhedin alfa

Alpha wolf-cloak


Lord Ulfhedin

Wolf-cloak lord



Alpha wolf-cloak


Ulfhedin alfa

Alpha wolf-cloak


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See also

Project Classes.png This article is part of Project Classes, a project focused in writing articles for every class present in the Fire Emblem series.
Classes in Fire Emblem Fates
Base classes ApothecaryArcherCavalierDark MageDivinerFighterKitsuneKnightMercenaryMonkNinjaNohr PrinceNohr PrincessOni SavageOutlawSamuraiShrine MaidenSky KnightSpear FighterTroubadourVillagerWolfskinWyvern Rider
Advanced classes AdventurerBerserkerBasaraBlacksmithBow KnightButlerDark KnightFalcon KnightGeneralGreat KnightGreat MasterHeroHoshido NobleKinshi KnightMaidMalig KnightMaster NinjaMaster of ArmsMechanistMerchantNine-TailsNohr NobleOni ChieftainOnmyojiPaladinPriestessSniperSorcererSpear MasterStrategistSwordmasterWolfssegnerWyvern Lord
Non-human classes Astral DragonAutomatonFacelessFeral DragonStoneborn
Other classes BallisticianBlight DragonClericDark FalconDread FighterEmpty VesselGrandmasterGreat LordLancerLodestarLordMyrmidonNohrian KingOutrealm ClassPegasus KnightSilent DragonSongstressVanguardWitch