Bramimond the Enigma is a hermit that sleeps beneath the Shrine of Seals in Bern, and was one of the Eight Legends who fought in The Scouring, wielding his dark tome Apocalypse, the Silencing Darkness.
- 1 Profile
- 2 Personality
- 3 In-Game
- 4 Quotes
- 5 Choose Your Legends Placement History
- 6 Etymology
- 7 Trivia
- 8 Gallery
Bramimond is associated with Valor, The Dread Isle, where he perfected dark powers to best dragons by sacrificing his humanity. Alongside the Archsage Athos, Bramimond is one of only two legendary heroes alive during the events of Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade, and is presumably deceased during the events of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade, as implied during the epilogue just before Athos' death.
As he appears in The Blazing Blade, Bramimond is of no existing class, but internal game data has him listed as a class named after himself and resembling a Druid. His sprite, as seen in the last level when he resurrects Ninian, is clearly that of a unique class, but can be said to bear some resemblance to a Dark Druid.
Though Bramimond was originally male, due to his perfect mastery of dark magic, he no longer has any specific gender or personality, instead mirroring the personality and voice of the person speaking to him. Because of this, the Bramimond that is seen in their picture is how the Tactician views him. With Eliwood, he is reserved; with Lyndis, he is resolute; and with Hector, he is impatient. With Athos, he comes across as wise and concerned. Teodor's explanation of Bramimond strongly hints he was born a normal human being like others, but his dark magic skills turned them into what they are today.
Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade
Base Stats (Unused)
|Dark - S|
Staff - S
Growth Rates (Unused)
- The Enigma
- One of the Eight Legends who wielded a sacred weapon and fought against the dragons in the Scouring. Bramimond's true nature is unknown. Appears in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade.
| Void Tome|
|A||Atk Def Push 1||-||-|
|Atk Def Push 2||Atk Def Push 1||-|
|Atk Def Push 3||Atk Def Push 2|
|Atk Def Push 4||Atk Def Push 3|
|B||Lull Atk/Res 1||-||-|
|Lull Atk/Res 2||Lull Atk/Res 1||-|
|Lull Atk/Res 3||Lull Atk/Res 2|
Subjective: The following part of this article is based upon the editor's personal experiences and opinions, and therefore may not be applicable for all readers.
The first ever Colorless Tome user in Heroes is none other than the enigmatic Bramimond, who is a new kind of threat unlike any seen before. As a Dark Mythic Hero, he scores well in Aether Raids as a Defense unit, but unfortunately is not good as an Attack Aether Raids unit. He is an explosive mage with an incredible Atk stat and has excellent magical bulk. Their only stat downsides is his middling Spd, leaving him vulnerable to highly aggressive enemies, as well as low physical bulk. Still, his kit helps to cover these weaknesses for the most part, thus as the herald of the Colorless tomes, Bramimond does not disappoint.
Void Tome contributes to his monstrous Atk with 3 bonus flat Atk. It also gains tremendous effect whenever the opponent is over a certain stat threshold or is afflicted with a [Penalty] which includes visible debuffs, unit statuses like Guard, Trilemma's Triangle Adept effect, or Gravity. If the opponent has 35 or more Spd or has the [Penalty] effect, Bramimond is given a guaranteed follow-up, amending his low Spd. If his opponent has 50 or more Atk or has the [Penalty] effect, Bramimond gain an additional 5 Atk/Def/Res during combat, further increasing his damage and bulk. As such, Bramimond enjoys having allies who can help debuff his enemies and can punish hyper aggressive opponents himself once they have been hit by any sort of penalty.
His unique Skill C is Impenetrable Dark, which shuts down skill effects of any foe aside from the one Bramimond is currently battling. This includes Drive and Spur skills as well as weapon effects like Geirskögul and Yato. While not mandatory, this does help mainly for enemies who are heavily reliant on such benefits, thus making him excellent for Arena/Aether Raids Def where more of these are relevant.
Luna is his special, which ignores 50% of the enemy's Res when it activates. Attack Defense Push 4 grants them an additional 7 Atk/Def so long as his HP is at least 25% or higher. He does suffer 5 damage recoil, but this can be amended with a healing ally or a well placed Aether Raid healing tower. Lull Attack Resistance inflicts Atk/Res -3 to his opponents, thus giving him the means to activate his Void Tome, and neutralizes the existing bonuses to his opponent's Atk/Res.
Bramimond is vulnerable to Null Follow-Up who can cancel the Void Tome's follow-up effect even if his opponent meets the stat threshold. Due to Lull Attack Resistance, he has more physical bulk than he may seem to have, but still any enemy who is below the 50 Atk threshold can prevent the additional bonus stats granted by Void Tome as well. Otherwise, attacking him with Firesweep weapons or using the standard staff combos can whittle down his health to secure a kill later. Using Raven tomes can also force a color disadvantage and push it further with Triangle Adept, thus making both Robin,s Sophia, and Cecilia as decent wall units as none of them unmerged activates any of the Void Tome's effects through their stats.
With his Support skill empty, filling it with Reposition or Draw Back are excellent options for the standard ally positioning effects. Glimmer is a far superior Special as he can benefit more from increasing his damage through buffs than just smashing with his base raw Atk alone.
Their Skill A can be replaced with Sturdy Impact/Mirror Impact to bolster his damage and bulkiness during his turn without forcing himself to take recoil. Close Counter allows him to counterattack enemies at close range, thus making him a threatening unit at any range. Skill B can be replaced with Special Spiral, which can keep his special active, though this means he will have to find a self-debuffing source elsewhere.
Choose Your Legends Placement History
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Bramimonde is a character from the Song of Roland, the Queen of Zaragoza.
- In his appearance in Heroes, Bramimond is the only character to be simultaneously voiced by more than one voice actor (discounting Duo Heroes and Heroes from Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE, which feature more than one character to represent one Hero). This is in direct reference to his role in Blazing Blade where he copies the voices of the three lords, Eliwood, Hector and Lyn, with the fourth voice likely in reference to Alfonse, the main lord of Heroes.
- His first voice actor, Patrick Seitz, also voices Hector, Draug, Garon, Brady, Sirius and the Death Knight in Heroes, as well as Basilio and Laurent in Awakening, Zeke in Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, and Lambert in Three Houses.
- His second voice actor, Wendee Lee, also voices Veronica, Maria, Sophia and Lyn in Heroes (the latter also in Warriors, as well as one of the voice options for female Robin in Awakening.
- His third voice actor, Yuri Lowenthal, also voices Merric and Eliwood in Heroes, as well as Ricken from Awakening, Kiragi, and male Corrin's alternative voice lines from Fates, and finally Marth from Fates onwards.
- His fourth voice actor, Ray Chase, also voices Alfonse, Roy and Gaius in Heroes and Fernand in Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.
- In Tap Battle: Illusory Dungeon: History Unveiled, Extra Stage 2, Roy appears as one of the generic enemies along with the three lords, despite his Japanese voice actor being different from Alfonse's.
- Though Bramimond has four different Special activation quotes, all four lines are read by their four voice actors, technically giving him 16 different special voice clips in total, the most of any singular character in Heroes.
- Bramimond is the first member of the Eight Legends to become playable in Heroes.
- Bramimond is the first Colorless Tome unit introduced into Heroes.
- See main article: Bramimond/Gallery.