He is Bishop with 14 base speed and joins on the fifth map. In a game where healers can only get exp by being attacked. Yeah, he is pretty cool. Too bad his speed got nerved in the remakes.
Mage fighter are cool. ...Well, it's a Famicom game. What else can I give as a reason?
16 Speed unit on the fourth map. Take that, Wendell.
He manages to be awesome in two generations.
A protagonist who actually has some personality and character development. A nice change of pace. And as Roy shows, that's not something to be taken for granted.
I like her design. That's about it since we don't really learn anything about her in any of her supports. She just makes other people talk about themselves.
Just because he is level 3 doesn't mean he can't challenge the gods.
I have to say, I'm not to comfortable with this guy seeing how he is a sadistic rapist in a game that was rated "A" by CERO. At least I think it was.
Ratings aside, he is a very chilling antagonist, being a bloodthirsty beast without any moral restraints while still being high intelligent and manipulative. He is pretty much the opposite of Narshen.
Thanks to her we get some insight into the perspective of the average Daein. As a result they appear a lot more human. Plus, she is very admirable, given the sacrifices she has to make in order to follow her coincidence. And it helps that this game doesn't just ignore the implications of deserters fighting their own countrymen and family, so that does help as well. Plus, Dragonknight with dark red armor.
Sadly, they never adressed much about how Jill contrasts Ike in regards how she accepts the reasons why Ike killed her father while Ike himself doesn't care at all why his fathers killed what he did. Though at least Ike himself seems to realize the similarities, given that he heavyhearted admits to Jill that she has the right to demand revenge.
Despite her prominence on the games cover, she is really only playing the role of an antagonist and rival to the true hero Ike. Heck, IS even added additional scenes for the opening featuring him once you reach part 3.
Given that IS has a history of putting girls with mysterious pasts and pasts in their games (Tiki, Yuria, Sophia, Ninian, even in Advance Wars they had one... gee.) it's quite interesting to see on of them in a position of authority.
Micaiah wonderfully demonstrates why these characters usually aren't heroes themselves. She is a huge screw-up. Her over-reliance on her powers get people killed and her self-sacrificing attitude makes her ignore her own fragility. As a result she passes out in the worst moments and turns into a complete pathetic wreck when Sothe's life is threatened. And her devotion makes her blind towards the negative attributes of the people she fights for and instead adapts their hatred towards Ike.
FE11: Ichi (aka: Eins, Zas, Unil)
When Marth's army suffered heavy losses, this brave redshirt rose to aid the hero in his hour of need.
Seriously? They gave the player character a cute best fri... Hey! Stop killing my Lord!
Still, I can't help but think I would take Roro over her if I would have played the game far enough.
Edited by BrightBow, 01 July 2012 - 12:01 PM.