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The Flame Emperor (炎帝) is a class that first appears in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It is unique to their true identity while they adopt their Flame Emperor persona.

OverviewEdit

The Flame Emperor is functionally similar to the Armored Knight, bearing a proficiency for Axes, Authority, and Heavy Armor. As an enemy class, it is completely unplayable but does have growth rates. Compared to the Armored Knight, the Flame Emperor's stats are more spread out and well-rounded, losing 5% and 35% to their Strength and Defense growths respectively to patch up its weaknesses, notably its Speed and Resistance. Interestingly, though the class cannot use magic, the class does have a 10% growth in Magic, possibly hinting to their true identity for their above-average magic growth rate.

In-GameEdit

Base StatsEdit

HPStrMagSklSpdLckDefResMovConWtWlv
FE1638178126101785---

Growth Rates (Class)Edit

HP Str Mag Dex Spd Lck Def Res Charm
30% 10% 10% 0% 0% 0% 5% 5% 10%

Class SkillsEdit

SkillRequirements
FE16Charm FE16Charm
Axefaire FE16Axefaire
Class ability of the Flame Emperor class.
Class ability of the Flame Emperor class.

Notable Flame EmperorsEdit

Three HousesEdit

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Etymology Edit

The Yan Emperor (Chinese: 炎帝; pinyin: Yán Dì) or the Flame Emperor was a legendary ancient Chinese ruler in pre-dynastic times. Modern scholarship has identified the Sheep's Head Mountains (Yángtóu Shān) just north of Baoji in Shaanxi Province as his homeland and territory.

A long debate has existed over whether or not the Yan Emperor was the same person as the legendary Shennong. An academic conference held in China in 2004 achieved general consensus that the Yan Emperor and Shennong were the same person. Another possibility is that the term "flame emperor" was a title, held by dynastic succession of tribal lords, with Shennong being known as Yandi perhaps posthumously. Accordingly, the term "flame emperors" would be generally more correct. The succession of these flame emperors, from Shennong, the first Yan Emperor, until the time of the last Yan Emperor's defeat by the Yellow Emperor, may have been some 500 years[3].

Trivia Edit

  • In the Black Eagles version of Throne of Knowledge, the Flame Emperor does not don their helmet. Instead, they use their un-helmeted model as is used during the Siege of Garreg Mach.

GalleryEdit

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