—Geitz in a support conversation with Fiora
Geitz is a playable character in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade. He is a tough-as-nails warrior embarrassed by his past and wishes to make his own destiny. He can be recruited by Dart and has a brother named Geese.
Geitz was born to a merchant in Bulgar. He and his family helped the people of Ilia when their crops died during the winter. As a child, he ventured into the hull on his father's ships to see children and slaves rowing the boat. Ever since then, he hated his father and broke all ties with his family.
Description: The eldest son of a wealthy merchant. Finding himself.
Normal Modes and Eliwood Hard ModeEdit
Hector Hard ModeEdit
- See also: Geitz/Supports.
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Geitz is a great unit unfortunately locked behind a steep wall. In order to access his chapter and recruit him, your lords must have a combined level of 50 which means that one must not only be using all three characters but invest heavily into them (having their levels be around 16-18).
Other than that, he has access to strong weapons due to his high weapon ranks. He can make effective use of bows (useful for dangerous 1 range enemies and wyverns despite the x2 multiplier and general nature of FE7s enemy density) compared to your other bow units because of his combination of high strength and speed (13-14AS can double many enemies even late into the game). A particular strategy is having Ninian or Nils give him Filla's might for the +10 attack and combining it with the Brave Bow's x2 strikes which should heavily damage if not outright kill many enemies and even bosses in the entire game.
Geitz - The Wanderer
Geitz resumed his aimless wandering. He still searches for a land that he can finally call his own.
Final Chapter QuoteEdit
—Final Chapter Quote
—Geitz to Tactician in Pale Flower of Darkness
- Geitz has near-identical growth rates to his brother Geese, with there only being a difference of 10% in their Resistance growth.