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Units and Ranking (Least to Greatest):
Fin (First Generation): 7.88
DAY 42: JOHALVA
Johalva's one of two axe users throughout the Second Generation, considering if you get him you don't get the hotter and better personality Johan.
Anyway. Johalva's kind of better to recruit because then it's easier to net Julia's Resire. He has Charge, aka the better skill, and can use every Axe that's available. Same as Leaf, but he can do it earlier~
Statwise he outclasses his brother in almost everything except lolskill, and he doesn't really need that much hit in FE4. His Speed difference is the best difference by far, and his Strength helps him with more Attack Speed. This in turn gives him better chances to activate Charge. But goddamn that speed growth. 10% compared to Johan's 50%. He'll catch up much easier, by far.
Despite being a footie, he's pretty good for a footie. He's going to hit harder than most of your allies, but, of course, he falls behind easily. He does get credit for being the only playable Warrior.
-1 because I dislike him...
Edited by Laurence Olivier, 06 April 2012 - 10:36 PM.