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{{Quote|This one is called the Altar of the Skylord. Once, a goddess of war soared like the wind across the battlefield, inspiring a legion of warriors with her lance and magic. Only those who walk the path of the falcon knight may receive her boon.|Hermit explaining the Harrier class.}}
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'''Harrier''' (マッハ ''Mahha'', '''Mach''' in the Japanese version) is a class that first appears in ''[[Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia]]''. It is an [[overclass]] and functions as the promotion for the [[Falcon Knight]] class. Upon promotion they learn the
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spell: [[Fire (tome)|Fire]].
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As a pegasus class that can use magic, it bears a strong resemblance to the [[Dark Flier]] class featured in previous games.
   
'''Harrier''' (マッハ ''Mahha'', '''Mach''' in the Japanese version) is a class that first appears in ''[[Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia]]''. It is an [[Over Class]] and functions as the promotion for the [[Falcon Knight]] class.
 
 
==In Game==
 
==In Game==
 
===Promotions===
 
===Promotions===
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==Notable Harriers==
 
==Notable Harriers==
 
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===''[[Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia|Echoes: Shadows of Valentia]]''===
*Promotion for: [[Clair]], [[Palla]], [[Catria]], [[Est]]
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*Promotion for: [[Clair]], [[Palla]], [[Catria]], [[Est]], and [[Emma]]
 
*Possible promotion for: Female [[Villager]]s
 
*Possible promotion for: Female [[Villager]]s
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== Etymology ==
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"Harrier" is a name given to some species of diurnal hawks.
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"Mach" is the ratio of an object's mass to the speed of sound surrounding it, like Mach 1, Mach 2, et cetera. The word "mach" is also named in honor of Ernest Mach, a famous Austrian physicist who studied aerodynamics. This could be related to how the Mach is a flying class.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Harrier Concept art.png|Concept art of a Harrier in ''Echoes: Shadows of Valentia''.
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Harrier steed Concept art.png|Concept art of a Harrier mount in ''Echoes: Shadows of Valentia''.
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Harrier art.png|Art of a Harrier in ''Echoes: Shadows of Valentia''.
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</gallery>
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Latest revision as of 15:09, December 11, 2019

“This one is called the Altar of the Skylord. Once, a goddess of war soared like the wind across the battlefield, inspiring a legion of warriors with her lance and magic. Only those who walk the path of the falcon knight may receive her boon.”
—Hermit explaining the Harrier class.

Harrier (マッハ Mahha, Mach in the Japanese version) is a class that first appears in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. It is an overclass and functions as the promotion for the Falcon Knight class. Upon promotion they learn the spell: Fire.

As a pegasus class that can use magic, it bears a strong resemblance to the Dark Flier class featured in previous games.

In GameEdit

PromotionsEdit

Base ClassPromotion MethodPromoted Class
FE15Falcon KnightVisit the Altar of the Skylord when the relevant unit reaches Level 20.Mach map spriteHarrier

Notable HarriersEdit

Echoes: Shadows of ValentiaEdit

Etymology Edit

"Harrier" is a name given to some species of diurnal hawks.

"Mach" is the ratio of an object's mass to the speed of sound surrounding it, like Mach 1, Mach 2, et cetera. The word "mach" is also named in honor of Ernest Mach, a famous Austrian physicist who studied aerodynamics. This could be related to how the Mach is a flying class.

GalleryEdit



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