Draco (フュンフ Fyunfu, Fünf in the Japanese version) is one of the twelve Deadlords, and appears in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War, Fire Emblem: Thracia 776, and Fire Emblem Awakening. It should be noted that while Draco appears as a male in Genealogy of the Holy War and Fire Emblem Awakening, he appears as a female in Thracia 776.
Genealogy of the Holy War
|Starting Class||Holy Blood|
|Bow - A||Killer Bow|
Draco should be relatively easy to defeat. As he is a Sniper, simply corner him by surrounding him on all four sides before attacking. This might not be absolutely necessary, considering his abysmal defenses. You should still beware his Killer Bow however, as it has an alarming high hit of 100 as well as the ability to land a critical.
|Bow - A||Master Bow|
Draco may not be able to directly attack, but it is not advisable to let your guard down. She is able to dodge extremely well, and the presence of the Prayer skill only makes her all the more deadly. First off, ensure that Mus has been killed, so that his leadership stars will not increase the difficulty of taking Draco down. Secondly, if Ced or Galzus is nearby her, they should be able to defeat her fairly easily, assuming that her Prayer skill does not activate. However, if Mareeta is close by her, she will be able to wreck havoc upon Draco easily with Mareeta's Sword, due to the fact that said sword grants her the Awareness skill, essentially nullifying Prayer. However, the player may want Mareeta to take care of Canis instead. If all else fails, simply use a Sleep staff on Draco to prevent her from retaliating during attacks.
|Skill +2||Bow - A||Yewfelle*|
*Dropped when defeated
The Deadlords' names are Latin words for the animals of the Chinese zodiac. The zodiac's fifth sign is the dragon, which in Latin is draco.
Fünf, Draco's Japanese name, is the German word for the number five.
- When Eyvel becomes Draco (if she is not saved), she becomes a Sniper, which corresponds to her original identity as Brigid before she lost her memory.
- Curiously, Draco in Genealogy of the Holy War is very similar to Jamke, who dies at the Battle of Belhalla. Both are male snipers, wield a Killer Bow (which Jamke starts with), both have the skills Pursuit, Adept and Charge, and both lack Holy Blood.