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For the similarly named Fire Emblem Awakening character, see Gregor.

Gregory is a character from Fire Emblem Engage introduced in the game's Fell Xenologue DLC. He is a member of the Four Winds.


Gregory is a member of the Four Winds, a band of knights formed to protect Nel and Nil. He is the Fell counterpart of Griss. Originally an Elusian, his parents were neglectful and cruel to him in spite of his efforts to be a good child and ultimately sold him to the worshipers of Sombron. He found that he could not tolerate the cruelty that was demanded of him and fled when his softhearted nature was exposed. Years later, he met Zelestia when he saved her from being killed by the Corrupted and was chosen to serve Nel and Nil as one of their personal knights.

Gregory was sent to spy on Brodia, he was spotted by the soldiers and ran to the border. After running for a bit, he reunites with Zelestia, Nel, and Nil who are accompanied by the summoned Alear who almost attacks him, which they later apologize for.


Unlike his counterpart Griss, Gregory is a timid and shy man who is easily startled by danger. Also unlike Griss, who is openly masochistic, Gregory dislikes pain. However, despite his professed cowardice, he can muster up great courage for the sake of his friends and will do so without a second thought for his own well-being.

Like Griss, who has a strong connection to Zephia, Gregory has a similarly strong bond with Zelestia, who he met when he saved her from a Corrupted attack that would have otherwise killed her. He was also close to the Mauvier of his world, considering him a brother.


One of the Four Winds. An amiable, if somewhat cowardly and exceedingly cautious, magic user. (Fell Xenologue Chapter 3-4)
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Second-in-command of the Four Winds. An amiable, if somewhat excessively cautious, magic user. (Fell Xenologue Chapter 6/Main Game.)
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Base Stats[]

Growth Rates[]

HP Bld Str Mag Dex Spd Def Res Lck
55% 5% 30% 50% 20% 25% 35% 50% 25%


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Much like his counterpart and Citrinne, Gregory specializes in dealing incredibly high magic damage that can break through all but the most resilient of foes. His Magic and Resistance are both very high (the former of which is tied with Anna for highest growth in the game while requiring significantly less investment to reach breaking points), and his HP growth is serviceable. Unlike other dedicated magic units, Gregory has a surprisingly workable Strength growth and base, though the latter is neutered significantly at first due to his starting class of Sage. Unfortunately, his Speed and Dexterity are both incredibly low in terms of their base and growth, which can become very crippling weaknesses as the game progresses. Not only will he struggle to hit evasive targets, even with Mystical classes' terrain-ignoring effect, but his low Speed makes it difficult for him to both double enemy units, and in turn, avoid getting doubled on enemy phase, which, when considering his low HP and Defense, can easily spell his doom.

Gregory's niche is dealing heavy single-hit magic damage, and Sage complements that well, doubling down on his potent magic capabilities at the cost of doing little to patch his weaknesses of poor hit rates and lack of double-attacks against most non-armor units. If one wishes to patch up his other stats, classes such as Griffin Knight, Sniper, or Mage Knight can help to increase his Speed and/or accuracy. While he is losing out on the raw Magic power that Sage provides, his decent Strength growth and base means he can still deal serviceable damage with physical weapons, though he can also take advantage of weapons like the Levin Sword or Radiant Bow to deal magic damage in a non-Sage class. However, due to his relatively shaky base stats in areas outside of Magic and Resistance, your mileage with this strategy may vary, so keeping him in Sage is always a reliable choice.

As for Emblem choices, it's no surprise that he synergizes very well with any Emblem that boosts his magic, such as the Ring of the Caring Princess, the Bracelet of the Strategist, etc. The Ring of the Lady of the Plains can do a great job of patching up his weaknesses in both Speed and Dexterity, though with how contested the Emblem is in general combined with Gregory's subpar physical capabilities in his base class, it might not function well as a permanent choice. The Bracelet of the Shepherd Exalt gives a heavy boost in Speed and Dexterity as well to patch up his weaknesses, while also having two potent magic weapons to use to allow him to deal powerful damage with Engage weapons. The Bracelet of the Lonely Heir also offers the deadly Reprisal, which, when combined with any high-might tome like Bolganone or Thoron, can yield devastating results. In short, any Emblem that either doubles down on his strengths or patches up his weaknesses is a welcome addition.

Overall, Gregory is a terrifying magic unit whose focus on sheer offensive power makes him a powerful asset the moment he joins. Even with his low Speed and overall inaccuracy, he can easily fill a niche onto any team that finds itself wanting for more magic users.


See also: Gregory/Supports


See also: Gregory/Bonds

Gift List[]

Gift Name Type of Gift Description
Animal Treats Favorite A tightly sealed bottle of pungent treats that will draw all kinds of creatures. Favored by animal fans.
Sharp Chisel Favorite A tool used to carve intricate designs on wood. Favored by fans of crafting and weapons.
Chrysanthemum Favorite This popular blossom is the national flower of Lythos. Favored by Lythian fans of flowers.
Lentil Flower Favorite This popular blossom is the national flower of Firene. Favored by Firenese fans of flowers.
Lily Favorite This popular blossom is the national flower of Brodia. Favored by Brodian fans of flowers.
Desert Marigold Favorite This popular blossom is the national flower of Solm. Favored by Solmic fans of flowers.
Lupine Flower Favorite This popular blossom is the national flower of Elusia. Favored by Elusian fans of flowers.
Flower Wreath Favorite A handmade wreath often displayed on doors or walls. Favored by fans of flowers and cute things.
Bear Carving Favorite The realistic details make this wooden ornament shine. Favored by fans of animals and cute things.
Sewing Kit Favorite This compact, well-organized sewing kit is handy in a pinch. Favored by fans of sewing and knitting.
Sheep Wool Favorite A soft ball of yarn spun from the fresh wool of young sheep. Favored by fans of sewing and knitting.
Landscape Art Favorite A postcard depicting a beautiful landscape. There’s space to write a note. Favored by fans of nature.
Spirit Gem Favorite A gem that shines with many colors. Found only in the Somniel, especially near Sommie. Favored by all.
Dried Meat Disliked A well-aged dried meat popular as a portable snack. Favored by fans of meat and folk food.
Training Weight Disliked A stone weight that can be held by hand or tied to the leg. Favored by fans of training and exercise.
Muscle Balm Disliked Apply to muscles after working out to avoid soreness. Favored by fans of training and exercise.
Fancy Dagger Disliked A decorative dagger with a finely wrought haft and sheath. Favored by fans of weapons.
Spicy Seasonings Disliked Very spicy powdered red seeds that can add a kick to any dish. Favored by fans of spicy food and folk food.
Spooky Scroll Disliked A rolled-up parchment inscribed with weird symbols to ward off spirits. Favored by fans of scary stories.
Bandages Disliked Mainly used for tending wounds or bracing joints and muscles to prevent injury. Favored by fans of training.
Horse Manure Disliked Ordinary horse manure. That’s it. You could technically give it to someone, but why would you?



Possible Endings[]

Fading Scar Gregory
No longer needing to look tough, Gregory made himself outfits of the softest fabric and retired to the forest, hoping for a quiet life. However, word of his clothes spread, and his designs became quite popular in Lythos. Though he struggled to meet demand, he earned enough for him and his descendants to live comfortably.
Gregory and Alear
Alear became the new Divine Dragon Monarch. His/Her bonds with the rulers of each nation resulted in a lasting peace.
Gregory's skill at avoiding pain led to a job in conflict resolution. With the Divine Dragon Monarch, he helped bring peace and safety to the land.

Choose Your Legends Placement History[]

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CYL8 135 CYL Gregory Portrait


The masculine first name Gregory derives from the Latin name "Gregorius", which came from the late Greek name "Γρηγόριος" (Grēgórios) meaning "watchful, alert," or "Γρήγορε" (Gregore) meaning "swift, quick". Gregory is also short for gregoryite, a mineral which fits in with Brodia's theme naming.


  • Gregory shares his English voice actor, Jamison Boaz, with Griss, Pent, and Astram.


See main article: Gregory/Gallery.