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Dobarl, enough! I won't allow any such nonsense! I've got a creed to uphold, and pilfering is no part of it. We Orgahil Pirates are known for giving to the poor, not taking from them!”
—Brigid in Genealogy of the Holy War

Brigid is a playable character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War and Fire Emblem: Thracia 776. She is one of the daughters of Duke Ring of Yngvi, the older twin sister of Edain, and the elder half-sister of Andorey. She is a direct descendant of Crusader Ulir and therefore can wield Yewfelle. She is also the first female character in the Fire Emblem series who is able to use bows. If she is paired up, her children will be Febail and Patty.

In Thracia 776, Brigid appears as the swordmaster Eyvel. If she is not recruited and alive by the start of Chapter 25, she will become the Deadlord Draco, who is a Sniper like Brigid.

Profile[edit | edit source]

Before Genealogy of the Holy War[edit | edit source]

At the age of five, Brigid was abducted by the Orgahil Pirates during their attack on Ring's ship, which was sailing towards Bragi Tower. She was raised by their captain and later succeeded him as captain after his death. Like the old captain, Brigid had the pirates steal from the rich and give to the poor.

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War[edit | edit source]

When war breaks out in north Agustria, Brigid refuses to raid the coastal villages in the chaos in Chapter 3. Dobarl and Pizarl stage a mutiny, forcing her to flee the stronghold and fight off her former crew. Brigid comes to defect from her crew when Sigurd arrives on the scene, after which she is reunited with Edain. Although initially unable to recognise her sister, Brigid has her childhood memories restored when she is presented with the Yewfelle.

The sisters later discover that Andorey had murdered Lord Ring. Although Edain is troubled, Brigid vows to avenge their father regardless of who his murderer is. It is possible for her to do so if she fights Andorey at Belhalla in Chapter 5, where she calls him a disgrace to House Yngvi before killing him.

Brigid manages to survive the fateful Battle of Belhalla but loses her memories. Her survival and amnesia are implied to be the result of a dragon interceding, although the details are neither confirmed nor made clear.

Before Thracia 776[edit | edit source]

After the Battle of Belhalla, Brigid washed up on the shores of the village of Ith and took the name Eyvel. She soon became the leader of the village of Fiana and its militia after proving her worth to the villagers.

Eyvel later found Mareeta chained and in the process of being sold at a slave market in Conote. Enraged by what she saw, she proceeded to murder all the guards and slave traders to save her. Unable to find Mareeta's father, Eyvel adopted her as her own daughter and raised her to be a swordmaster.

At a later time, a young Leif and Nanna arrived in Fiana with an injured Finn, where they begged Eyvel to help him. Upon seeing the two children, she wondered about their hardships, vaguely sensing that she had been through a similar experience in the past. On that day, she took in Leif and Nanna as her adoptive children, allowing them and Finn to hide in Fiana.

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776[edit | edit source]

When Mareeta and Nanna are abducted by Raydrik in Chapter 1, Eyvel accompanies Leif on his mission to rescue them. When Nanna is held as a hostage against them in Chapter 3, she and Leif choose to surrender to Raydrik.

Afterwards, Eyvel makes an agreement to travel to Munster's arena with Raydrik to be reunited with Mareeta and Nanna. However, Eyvel finds Nanna alone in the arena, and they are forced to fight against Raydrik's men while he observes from afar. During the battle, Raydrik calls a possessed Mareeta into battle against Eyvel, surprising both her and Nanna. Once Leif arrives at the arena, Raydrik panics out of his fear of Eyvel, causing Veld to petrify her with the Stone spell.

In the event that the player goes to Chapter 24x, Eyvel's petrification can be reversed by Sara through the power of the Kia Staff. After escaping from the resulting battle alongside Leif's army, she has a reunion with several of the other characters. Once she reveals that she does not remember her past, Finn tells her that he believes her to be Brigid from Sigurd's army. However, she denies this due to not possessing the holy markings of Ulir on her body.

After Munster is liberated, Eyvel decides to return to Fiana instead of joining Seliph's army with Leif. Years after the Liberation War ends, she regains her memories and is reunited with her birth children Febail and Patty.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Due to her pirate upbringing, Brigid is rough in her mannerisms, speaking bluntly and always ready to fight. Despite this, she differs from the pirates with her strong sense of justice, which sees her refusing to attack those weaker than her. This stems from her pirate father's principle of aiding the poor, which she continues to channel even after his passing.

Despite her strength of character, Brigid does have some insecurities relating to love. If she is paired with either Jamke or Midir, she worries that they only married her because they were in love with her twin first, seeking reassurance from them before the Battle of Belhalla.

In Thracia 776, Eyvel plays the role of a mother to the other members of the Fiana Freeblades, and is fiercely protective of her charges. Responsible and dutiful as a mother, these traits also extend to her role as their teacher in imparting combat skills to her charges.

In-Game[edit | edit source]

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War[edit | edit source]

Recruitment[edit | edit source]

Name Class Chapter Affiliation Recruit
Briggid.png
Brigid
FE4 Sniper Sprite (F).gif Sniper 3 Player Automatically after Silvail Castle is conquered

Base Stats[edit | edit source]

  • Minor Holy Blood Indicator.gif - Minor Holy Blood
  • Major Holy Blood Indicator.gif - Major Holy Blood
Starting ClassHoly Blood
FE4 Sniper Sprite (F).gif SniperUlir Holy Blood.pngMajor Holy Blood Indicator.gifUlir
LevelHPStrMagSklSpdLckDefResMovLeadGold
1240200222171496010,000
SkillsWeaponStarting Items
Pursuit.pngPursuitFE4 Bow.pngBow - FE4 Star Rank (Weapons).pngFE4Steelbow.gifSteel Bow

Growth Rates[edit | edit source]

(With Holy Blood Bonuses)

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res
90% 30% 20% 30% 20% 70% 20% 5%

Overview[edit | edit source]

Brigid joins late in the first generation at the end of Chapter 3. She joins you as a Pre-Promoted Sniper with excellent offense-oriented base stats. This is offset somewhat by her lopsided and undesirable growths (focusing on HP and Luck, only of marginal usefulness to a ranged class). As soon as Brigid is recruited, Edain may talk with her to give Brigid the Yewfelle Bow. Brigid is the only bow unit in the first generation capable of wielding it, and it further cements her strong offense, giving her 60 base damage as soon as she joins. Brigid, much like Jamke, will likely annihilate anything she can hit.

Nonetheless, Brigid has very significant flaws. She is a footlocked unit, which is very unfortunate in Genealogy, particularly for an archer. Her lack of Canto means that it is difficult to position her in places where she cannot be attacked, and the Yewfelle's massive weight means that her Avoid is not nearly as high as it may seem. As an archer, Brigid cannot counter in melee, which is a very real problem when enemies in Genealogy tend to travel in squads. Additionally, Brigid's accuracy is surprisingly unreliable for a character with 22 base Skill, owing to Yewfelle's mediocre hit rate of 70. This creates something of a conundrum with Brigid; the Yewfelle is obviously overkill for dealing with normal enemies or fliers, and ineffective against groups, yet the bosses one would want to employ it against tend to have high enough Avoid (typically through Leadership and terrain) to make it unreliable. This can be allayed through the Skill Ring, which is in otherwise fairly low demand, or by using Sigurd's own Leadership and Lachesis's Charm, but Sigurd tends to do well enough at killing bosses by himself.

Mother Overview[edit | edit source]

Brigid has some minor issues to worry about when choosing a husband. While both of her children are physical units (Patty, a Thief, and Febail, a Bow Fighter) that will want the same stats, one child will begin with Pursuit while the other gains it through Promotion. Brigid will pass on no skills to her children, as her Pursuit is a class skill, and any personal skills will come from her husband.

Unlike most pairings, Brigid will pass her inventory to her son, and her daughter will inherit from her father.

Febail will be a strong unit regardless of his father and inherits the Yewfelle, along with having Pursuit as a class skill, so the player can focus on Patty. Although they do not have any conversations, Chulainn is a popular husband thanks to the Luna skill. Jamke and Naoise are also decent pairings. Dew, Finn, Beowulf, and Lex will result in average children, and the rest do not provide useful skills or growths.

  • Chulainn: This pairing will result in Patty possessing high HP, Skill and decent Defense, alongside inheriting the Luna skill, allowing her to become a competent combat unit. Additionally, the minor Odo blood he passes down will allow her to use B-rank swords prior to promotion, giving her access to the Brave Sword. This compensates for her lack of Pursuit pre-promotion and makes her even stronger after. Febail gains nothing of note from this pairing other than good stats, as Chulainn has the best overall growths of male suitors. Patty's usability improves so much from this pairing that it is ideal for her.
  • Jamke: This pairing will result in Brigid's children having high Strength and HP, alongside inheriting the Adept and Charge skills. Febail's offense will reach his maximum potential with this pairing. However, Febail may have difficulty inflicting critical hits on enemy units if he inherits the Killer Bow from Brigid, as he will have low Skill. Patty will suffer somewhat with this pairing as she will not inherit any weapons, will not inherit Pursuit, and the Charge skill may adversely affect her offense. However, she will have Adept; although it is not as reliable as Pursuit it will help her offense.
  • Naoise: Febail will turn out excellently with this pairing, inheriting Charge and Critical which are ideal for him. Patty, on the other hand, will suffer pre-promotion as she will lack Pursuit, and Charge can actually adversely affect her offense before she Promotes. She can only inherit C-rank Swords from Naoise. After Promotion, she will turn out pretty well, but there are certainly better fathers for Patty.
  • Dew: This pairing will result in the Bargain skill being passed on to Patty and Febail, which is somewhat useful to Febail as Yewfelle can be expensive to repair. Additionally, the Sol skill will also be passed on to Patty, allowing her to be a more proficient combatant. The skill will shine after she promotes, where her A-rank Swords will improve the amount of HP siphoned. While both children receive above-average growths, Dew cannot give Patty Pursuit, which will make it difficult for her to reach Promotion. While Bargain is decent for Febail, Gold is not exactly hard to come by in Genealogy of the Holy War. Febail does not inherit any combat skills from Dew and turns out pretty average (for Febail, anyway). Thus Dew is a bit of a marginal pairing as his offerings are somewhat meager.
  • Finn/Beowulf/Lex/Alec: These pairings result in average stats all around for Febail, and he will gain little else of worth. However, Patty inherits the Pursuit skill from everyone but Lex (as well as some C-rank Swords from Beowulf or Alec), giving her better-rounded offense before Promotion. Additionally, Miracle or Nihil can serve to make both children more difficult to kill, but are somewhat minor bonuses. Lex only really offers both children the Paragon skill, which will make it drastically easier to have Patty reach Promotion, and to a less important extent gives Febail easy levels as well. These picks are more conservative than other choices.


Conversations[edit | edit source]

In Chapter 3, Sigurd may speak to Brigid, but nothing will result of it.

In Chapter 3, Edain may speak to Brigid, resulting in Brigid receiving Yewfelle.

In Chapter 3, if Midir speaks to Brigid, she will gain 100 love points with him.

In Chapter 5, Edain may speak to Brigid, but nothing will result of it.

In Chapter 5, after Phinora Castle is captured, Brigid may speak to her lover if he is Alec, Jamke, or Midir, but nothing will result of it.

Love Growth[edit | edit source]

Supports
Character Bonus
Sigurd.png
Sigurd
N/A
Cuan.png
Quan
N/A
Fin1.png
Finn
180+10
Noish.png
Noish
50+4
Alec.png
Alec
50+4
Arden.png
Arden
50+4
Lex.png
Lex
50+4
Azel.png
Azelle
150+3
Midayle.png
Midir
100+3
Dew.png
Dew
50+4
Jamka.png
Jamke
150+3
Holyn.png
Chulainn
150+3
Levin1.png
Lewyn
50+4
Beowolf.png
Beowolf
50+4
Claude.png
Claud
50+4

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776[edit | edit source]

Recruitment[edit | edit source]

Name Class Chapter Affiliation Recruit
EvayleFE5.png
Eyvel
FE5 Swordmaster (F).gif Swordmaster 1 Player Automatically from the start
EvayleFE5.png
Eyvel
FE5 Swordmaster (F).gif Swordmaster 24x NPC Have Sara use the Kia Staff on Eyvel, and then talk to her with Leif or Mareeta

Base Stats[edit | edit source]

Starting Class
FE5 Swordmaster (F).gif Swordmaster
LevelHPStrMagSklSpdLckDefBldMovLSMSPC
1228941820107881FE5 Star.png2FE5 Star.png1
SkillsWeaponStarting Items
Continue.png ContinueFE5 Sword Icon.png Sword - AFE5ironblade.gif Iron Blade
FE5flamesword.gif Flame Sword
FE5doorkey.png Door Key

Growth Rates[edit | edit source]

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Bld Mov
30% 15% 10% 15% 10% 25% 5% 5% 1%

Support Bonus[edit | edit source]

Supports
Character Bonus
Othin.png
Osian
10%
FE5 Halvan Portrait.png
Halvan
10%
DagdarFE5.png
Dagdar
10%
MareetaFE5.png
Mareeta
10%
Supported by
Character Bonus
Fire Emblem 5 Leaf Portrait.png
Leif
10%
MareetaFE5.png
Mareeta
10%
  • Supports give a bonus to Hit, Critical, Avoid, and Dodge
  • Supporting characters must be within a three tile radius for the support to come into effect

Overview[edit | edit source]

Eyvel falls into the Jagen Archetype, although she has her own quirks. During the first few chapters of the game, she can easily defeat any enemy thanks to her great base stats and Fire Sword. She also has 8 Movement and possesses a flag that makes her immune to death until the end of Chapter 5. While it is not recommended to let her kill all the enemies, she can easily defeat the more daunting bosses. The Fire Sword is particularly useful for this, as it inflicts magic damage, piercing through throne defensive boosts.

After Chapter 3, Eyvel will temporarily leave the player's roster like most of the other units. Unlike them, however, Eyvel's inventory will be deposited in the convoy and she will briefly return in Chapter 5. This time, she is in the arena protecting Nanna. By moving both of them to the 1-tile chokepoint near the door, the player can keep Nanna safe from the enemies. Once the door to the arena is opened, Eyvel will be petrified and you are forced to leave her behind.

You will not be able to re-recruit her again until Chapter 24x. Sadly, her stats are not nearly as dominant as they were before. Still, she provides a leadership star and can still function as a decent combatant in the Final chapter due to her high Sword rank.

Fire Emblem Awakening[edit | edit source]

Base Stats[edit | edit source]

Starting Class
FE13 NPC Generic Swordmaster (F) Map Sprite.gifSwordmaster
LevelHPStrMagSklSpdLckDefResMov
641221133352914116
SkillsWeaponStarting Items
Avoid +10.pngAvoid +10
Vantage (Kakusei).pngVantage
Astra (FE13).pngAstra
Miracle (FE13).pngMiracle
SwordIconFE13.pngSword - BSilver Sword FE13 Icon.pngSilver Sword*

*Enemy only, joins unequipped

Fire Emblem Heroes[edit | edit source]

Orgahil Pirate
Gallant and determined, she was separated from her family as a child and raised by a pirate leader. Appears in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War.

Base Stats[edit | edit source]

Rarity: ✯✯✯✯✯

Brigid Orgahil Pirate Heroes sprite.pngTitle
Orgahil Pirate
Group
Heroes Infantry.png Infantry
LevelHPAtkSpdDefRes
1
40
18/19/20
37/41/44
8/9/10
34/37/40
9/10/11
37/40/44
5/6/7
27/30/33
3/4/5
16/19/22
SkillsWeapon
FEH skill offense.png Helm Bow+
FEH skill support.png Harsh Command
FEH Red Bow Icon.png Bow

Skills[edit | edit source]

TypeNamePrerequisiteDefaultUnlocked
FEH skill offense.pngIron Bow---
Steel Bow---
Helm Bow---
Helm Bow+-FEH Star Rarity 5.png-
FEH skill support.pngHarsh Command-FEH Star Rarity 4.pngFEH Star Rarity 3.png
Harsh Command+-FEH Star Rarity 5.png-
AFEH Armored Blow 1.png Armored Blow 1-FEH Star Rarity 3.png
FEH Steady Blow 1.png Steady Blow 1FEH Armored Blow 1.png Armored Blow 1-
FEH Steady Blow 2.png Steady Blow 2FEH Steady Blow 1.png Steady Blow 1FEH Star Rarity 5.png
FEH Sturdy Impact.png Sturdy ImpactFEH Steady Blow 2.png Steady Blow 2FEH Star Rarity 5.png
CFEH Pulse Smoke 1.png Pulse Smoke 1--
FEH Pulse Smoke 2.png Pulse Smoke 2FEH Pulse Smoke 1.png Pulse Smoke 1-
FEH Pulse Smoke 3.png Pulse Smoke 3FEH Pulse Smoke 2.png Pulse Smoke 2FEH Star Rarity 5.png

Overall[edit | edit source]

Secret Book (Artwork).png
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Base Set[edit | edit source]
Counters[edit | edit source]
Skill Inheritance[edit | edit source]

Mistress of Fiana
Mistress of Fiana, leader of the Freeblades. Took in Leif and company when they fled the Grannvale Empire. Appears in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776.

Base Stats[edit | edit source]

Rarity: ✯✯✯✯✯

Eyvel Heroes sprite.pngTitle
Mistress of Fiana
Group
Heroes Infantry.png Infantry
LevelHPAtkSpdDefRes
1
40
16/17/18
38/41/44
8/9/10
30/33/36
10/11/12
32/35/38
7/8/9
35/38/42
5/6/7
22/25/29
SkillsWeapon
FEH skill offense.png Guard Sword+
FEH skill special.png Glowing Ember
FEH Sword.png Sword

Skills[edit | edit source]

TypeNamePrerequisiteDefaultUnlocked
FEH skill offense.pngIron Sword---
Steel Sword---
Guard Sword---
Guard Sword+Guard SwordFEH Star Rarity 5.png-
FEH skill special.pngGlowing Ember-FEH Star Rarity 4.pngFEH Star Rarity 3.png
IgnisGlowing Ember-FEH Star Rarity 4.png
AFEH Atk Def Form 1.png Atk/Def Form 1--
FEH Atk Def Form 2.png Atk/Def Form 2FEH Atk Def Form 1.png Atk/Def Form 1-
FEH Atk Def Form 3.png Atk/Def Form 3FEH Atk Def Form 2.png Atk/Def Form 2FEH Star Rarity 5.png
BFEH Chill Atk 1.png Chill Atk 1-FEH Star Rarity 3.png
FEH Chill Atk 2.png Chill Atk 2FEH Chill Atk 1.png Chill Atk 1FEH Star Rarity 4.png
FEH Chill Atk 3.png Chill Atk 3FEH Chill Atk 2.png Chill Atk 2FEH Star Rarity 5.png

Overall[edit | edit source]

Secret Book (Artwork).png
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Base Set[edit | edit source]
Counters[edit | edit source]
Skill Inheritance[edit | edit source]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

Genealogy of the Holy War[edit | edit source]

“Shut up! You killed Father, you patricidal maniac! You're a disgrace to the House of Yngvi, AND you've tarnished the reputation of the Crusader Ulir!!”
—Brigid's battle quote versus Andorey in Chapter 5
“...is this... the end...?!”
—Brigid's death quote

Thracia 776[edit | edit source]

“Everyone... S-Someday this will all just be a bad memory... So don't you give up. Never... give... up... ”
—Eyvel's death quote in Thracia 776.
“Mind your limits, Little Leif. Don't do anything stupid! ”
—Eyvel's escape quote in Thracia 776.

Awakening[edit | edit source]

“I am Eyvel, mistress of Fiana.”
—Eyvel's SpotPass parley quote
“In the name of the Freeblades!”
—Eyvel's SpotPass battle quote
“Then I shall join you.”
—Eyvel's SpotPass recruitment quote
“Yield, warrior, for we cannot!”
—Eyvel's battle quote as an enemy, in Lost Bloodlines 1
“Ha! I'd never turn my back to an enemy as bold as you. Show me what you can do!”
—Eyvel's battle quote versus Sully, in Lost Bloodlines 1
“In the name of the Fiana Freeblades, I will erase you from this land!”
—Eyvel's battle quote as an enemy, in Lost Bloodlines 3
“I concede victory... You fight as well as any I have known...”
—Eyvel's death quote as an enemy, in Lost Bloodlines 1
“As long as my defeat...brings my brother victory...”
—Eyvel's death quote as an enemy, in Lost Bloodlines 3

Heroes[edit | edit source]

Brigid (character)/Heroes Quotes

Endings[edit | edit source]

Thracia 776[edit | edit source]

Eyvel - The Goddess of Fiana (フィアナの女神 Fiana no megami)

"Returning to Fiana for a time, Eyvel temporarily led a quiet, peaceful life. Eventually, her "geas," the compact she had made with the dragons, expired. And with its end, her memory returned, seven years after the end of the holy war. Her belated reunion with her children became the subject of a timeless song, known to any bard who can play a lute..."

Non-Canon Appearances[edit | edit source]

Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)[edit | edit source]

Brigid is illustrated in the trading card game with the following cards:

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Brigid is the name of a goddess in Celtic mythology. The name also belongs to an Irish patron saint.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Like her twin sister Edain, Brigid possesses an odd 20% growth rate in a useless stat (Strength in Edain's case, and Magic in Brigid's case), as well as 30% in her main offensive stat.
  • From a certain perspective, she shares some similarities with Camus:
    • Both of them suffered amnesia (Camus being Zeke in Valentia, after begin defeated by Marth and his army in the original Fire Emblem, and Brigid being Eyvel in Thraccia 776, after surviving the conclusion and ambush of Arvis of the Belhalla Massacre in Genealogy of the Holy War).
    • Both of them shared 3 different identities and/or classes, but in different conditions:
      • Camus, is the original Black Knight in Shadow Dragon and Blade of Light (beside Ares and Zelgius), Zeke in Valentia, in Gaiden/Echoes, and Sirius, back in Akaneia in Mystery of the Emblem.
      • In the case of Brigid, being a pirate in Genealogy of the Holy War, until the moment Edain gives to her the Yewfelle, thus recovering Brigid's, and finally, being Eyvel the Swordmaster in Thracia 776.
    • Both of them have an ending that involved their loved ones; Camus, being Sirius, returned to Valentia for Tatiana, while for Brigid, after recovering her memories for the second time, reunited with Patty and Febail.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

See main article: Brigid (character)/Gallery.
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