|Lord||Automatic; end of Chapter 13||II|
Chrom’s future daugher, a kind and just princess who made it her duty to save the world. She loves her father and would do anything to keep him safe. The least likely to get a joke.
- Great Lord
- Cavalier > Paladin / Great Knight
- Archer > Sniper / Bow Knight
(Will inherit mother’s class possibilities)
- A Rank: Mother (depends on Chrom’s partner), Sibling (depends on Chrom’s partner), Chrom, Kjelle, Tiki, Cynthia
- S Rank: Owain, Inigo, Brady, Yarne, Laurent, Gerome, Morgan (if male and not brother)
- Father: Chrom
- Possible Mother: Sully, Sumia, Maribelle, Olivia (or Maiden if not possible)
- Possible Sibling: Kjelle, Cynthia, Brady, Inigo, Morgan (Male)
- HP: B
- Strength: C
- Magic: D
- Skill: B
- Speed: B
- Luck: A
- Defence: D
- Resistance: D
(Growth rates will be slightly influenced by her parents.)
She was probably my overall most successful unit, with the best performance overall. My Avatar had married Chrom, and so she had inherited every avaliable female class, and so could acquire any skill of those classes if reclassed and trained to the required levels.
Considering she starts with Aether, has the ability to support my other most often used units (i.e. Avatar, Chrom, Owain, Morgan (who was a sibling), etc, and then paired with the fact she also gets an infinite weapon meant she was an incredible unit during my playthrough.
I settled on Great Lord in the end as I liked the model best, and the well rounded stats, over the other classes she could be.
I also like her design – a bit less on the fanservice side. She was voted quite the popular character in Japan in polls from “Knights of Iris”. I’m not sure how she compares in the west; so far I have seen more favor towards other characters.
In terms of personality, she’s quite the loyal one, with a strong exterior and a softer interior.
Some with a degree of understanding of Japanese (and even those without) may get tired of her saying Otou-sama (My Lord-Father), a lot, or Okaa-sama (My Lord-Mother) a lot, but I forgave her for it when you understand the circumstance of where she’s coming from (that is, a world where everyone’s parents are dead).
Being her parent makes a few events in the story also seem more relevant, such as the confrontation scene.