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“As you command, milady! Knights of Ulster! From this moment onward, we are part of the North Thracian Liberation Army! Serve Prince Leif as you would serve me! We'll take sanctuary in Castle Leonster, and plot the recapture of our motherland from there! So orders Her Highness Princess Miranda, by royal decree!”

Conomor is a playable character from Fire Emblem: Thracia 776. A general of Ulster, he is forced to serve the Grannvale Empire when it takes his liege Princess Miranda hostage.


Conomor will first appear in Chapter 16A if the battle at Fort Norden extends beyond 20 turns, where he takes a squadron of soldiers and charges into battle. Though reluctant to take up arms against Leif's army, Conomor makes the difficult decision to protect Miranda. Should Leif's army defeat any one of the Ulster soldiers, Conomor will respond by retreating with his squadron.

Conomor emerges again in Chapter 19, this time forced to pursue the retreating liberation army after it fails in its attempt to storm Ulster. Miranda can speak to Conomor while fleeing with Leif's army, where she convinces him to defect and fight for Leif.

Conomor then goes on to continue supporting Leif in his cause to liberate the Munster District from the Grannvale Empire. He retires from knighthood thereafter, choosing to build a quiet life in a small village on the outskirts of Ulster.


Conomor is an honourable man who is strongly patriotic, dedicating his life as a knight towards his homeland Ulster. Even though he fights for the Grannvale Empire responsible for bringing about the fall of Ulster, he only does so to protect Princess Miranda.

As a knight on the battlefield, Conomor is recognised as a formidable commander, leading his troops into battle with striking aplomb. This is shown in Chapter 16A, where the entrance of Conomor's troops strike fear in Leif's army, with Dryas expressing awe over his battlefield prowess.



Name Class Chapter Affiliation Recruit
FE5 Paladin.gif Paladin 19 Enemy Talk with Miranda

Base Stats

Starting Class
FE5 Paladin.gif Paladin
SkillsWeaponStarting Items
Charge.png ChargeFE5 Sword Icon.png Sword - A
FE5 Lance Icon.png Lance - A
Masterlance.png Master Lance
FE5killingedge.gif Killing Edge

Growth Rates

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Bld Mov
70% 60% 5% 35% 50% 20% 20% 20% 1%


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Conomor is viable unit the moment he joins, coming with decent bases and stat growths. His main selling point is his Leadership star, which allows him to be useful regardless of the strength of the player's other units.

Support Bonus

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Conomor - Knight of Ulster (アルスターの騎士)

"Conomor resigned his post as a knight. Afterward, he moved into a modest home on the outskirts of Ulster, where he lived out his days in peace and quiet."


“May Ulster...rise from the ashes...again...”
—Conomor's death quote in Thracia 776.

Fighting Conomor

“I pray you don't hold a grudge, but this is fate. Forgive me!”
—Conomor's battle quote
“Forgive me... This is for Ulster!”
—Conomor's battle quote, Chapter 19

Defeating Conomor

“Ulster.. shall... rise again...”
—Conomor's defeat quote
“Ulster shall yet... rise again...”
—Conomor's death quote, Chapter 19

Releasing Conomor

“Mm... I'll bear the shame of this defeat for the rest of my days... Every third thought shall be my grave...”
—Conomor's release quote

Escape Quote

“Forgive me for leaving your side, Prince Leif! I'll ride ahead!”
—Conomor's escape quote

Choose Your Legends Placement History

Round Placement Character Version Votes

CYL1 784
Thracia 776
CYL2 771
Thracia 776
CYL3 saw the transition to different counting mechanisms involving versions of characters and ties, so change measured between CYL2 and CYL3 shouldn't be taken at face value.
CYL3 545
Thracia 776
CYL4 568
Thracia 776

CYL5 493
Thracia 776