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Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright

Maid and Butler

Nathan Garvin

Butler: Nohrian. A servant who defends his master with shuriken and staves.

Maid: Nohrian. A servant who defends her master with shuriken and staves.

Stat Growth Rate
Health 0%
Strength 10%
Magic 10%
Skill 15%
Speed 15%
Luck 10%
Defense 5%
Resistance 10%
Shuriken/Daggers, Rods/Staves
Skill Effect
Live to Serve When healing an ally using a rod/staff, the user will also be healed of the same amount of HP
Tomebreaker If the enemy has a scroll/tome equipped, Hit+50 and Avoid+50

The Maid and Butler function essentially the exact same. Interestingly, despite having two skills and being considered an advanced class, the Maid and Butler class can go up to level 40. Doesn’t really affect anything but it’s interesting. Anyways, all females will be Maids and all males will be Butlers, but any differences are in name and looks only.

Maids and Butlers are generally pretty fragile and don’t hit very hard, and they don’t even have really high Speed to compensate for the lack of the former two stats. Their only real draw is that they can heal, and then they can debuff the enemies through use of shuriken or daggers. Otherwise, they are sorely outclassed by Strategists and Onmyojis, and you should really go through with the class only to pick up their two downright amazing skills. Live to Serve gives healers even more incentive to heal, healing them when they heal others. After all, healers can heal everyone except themselves unless you give them items, and Live to Serve fixes that. Tomebreaker is a “-breaker” skill and won’t need much explanation.

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    Tactical RPG
  • Guide Release
    20 April 2016
  • Last Updated
    7 December 2020
  • Guide Author
    Nathan Garvin, Cassie Sun

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You are the Avatar, born into the Hoshido royal family but raised by the Nohr royal family. With the two families on the brink of war, you must choose whether to follow your destiny tied to your birthplace or the fate bound to the kingdom which raised you. Birthright charts the path of the Hoshido family and their defense against the Nohr. But ultimately the choice is yours.

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