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“It certainly would not do to forget that Rowe blood is stained with treachery! Well, so be it. A weathervane must go with the wind, and a born traitor must finish the sedition he started.”
—Count Rowe

Count Rowe is a character that was mentioned in Fire Emblem: Three Houses and appears in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.


Count Rowe is the head of House Rowe of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus, and the adoptive father of Yuri.


Though only occasionally mentioned in Three Houses, Three Hopes paints a clearer picture of Count Rowe. Cowardly and self-centered, Rowe is fully aware that his possession of Arianrhod makes him an invaluable ally; thus, he is prepared to ingratiate himself with either Faerghus or Adrestia solely based on what he stands to gain. Due to his house’s reputation as a weathervane, Rowe has developed a deep-seated inferiority complex which has made him even more desperate for power and prestige. It's implied that one of the key reasons he adopted Yuri was his possession of the Crest of Aubin.

Rowe is known to lash out at his attendants, and has a potentially less-than-fatherly fixation with Yuri. He is described as being "completely enamored" with his charms, and despite his scandal at the Officers Academy, is determined to "find him again at all costs". Yuri himself is quoted as saying, "A stable's manure pit would be a thousand times more preferable" to living at House Rowe.


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  • Count Rowe shares his English voice actor, Phillip Reich, with Viscount Kleiman in Three Hopes, as well as Ced and male Kris as they appear in Heroes.
  • Count Rowe shares similar personality traits to Acheron of the Alliance. Both of them are only minor lords, who derive all of their prestige from the fact that a major strategic landmark is located in their territory. Both lords also are notorious for aligning themselves only with the faction they think is the one that will reward them the most during the war and they are mistrusted by their respective superiors for exactly this characteristic.
    • Ironically, this results in their death in most cases.