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“What? I'm diligent! Everyone else is just..excessively diligent.”

Hilda is a playable character in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. She possesses a minor Crest of Goneril. She is 18 at the start of the game.

ProfileEdit

Early lifeEdit

Hilda is the eldest daughter of House Goneril. Her older brother, Duke Holst, ascended to head of the family and made a name for himself as Leicester's greatest general.

Academy phaseEdit

Hilda enrolls in Garreg Mach Monastery Officers Academy in Imperial Year 1180, and joins the Golden Deer.

War phaseEdit

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Crimson FlowerEdit

If the Black Eagles route is chosen Hilda will appear in Chapter 14 alongside Lysithea and Claude defending Derdriu if she is not recruited into the Black Eagles. After Lysithea is either killed or defects to the Empire, Hilda will be killed in the battle leaving Claude in anguish. It is entirely possible to save her by simply triggering the arrival of the Alymryan Navy.

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PersonalityEdit

Hilda is described as spoiled and lazy which is attributed to her upbringing as the sole daughter and youngest child of a noble. She will often make excuses to opt out of any strenuous work or simply avoid doing things she does not want to. Her laziness stems from her brother Holst, as he had set such a perfect example that Hilda believes that anything she does will only cause disappointment.

Despite her laziness, she is friendly, charismatic, and can be genuinely helpful if she puts effort in. She is a fashionable girl and enjoys fancy things. As a side hobby, she enjoys making handcrafted accessories for herself and her close friends.

In-GameEdit

Fire Emblem: Three HousesEdit

Base StatsEdit

Starting ClassCrest
NobleCrest of Goneril
LevelHPStrMagDexSpdLckDefResCharm
129105586637
MagicCombat ArtsAbilitiesStarting Items
-SmashPleadAdvocate
Lance Prowess Lv 1Lance Prowess Lv 1
Axe Prowess Lv 1Axe Prowess Lv 1
Iron Axe
Vulnerary
Skill LevelsEdit
Skill FE16 sword icon FE16 lance icon FE16 axe icon FE16 bow icon FE16 brawl icon FE16 reason icon FE16 faith icon FE16 authority icon FE16 heavy armor icon FE16 riding icon FE16 flying icon
Level E E+ D E E E E E E E E
Start
FE16 strength icon
FE16 strength icon
FE16 weakness icon
FE16 weakness icon
FE16 hidden talent icon

Growth RatesEdit

HP Str Mag Dex Spd Lck Def Res Charm
50% 45% 25% 30% 50% 35% 35% 20% 50%

Maximum StatsEdit

HP Str Mag Dex Spd Lck Def Res Charm
94 66 36 42 70 49 49 39 76

Learnt MagicEdit

Skill Level Reason Faith
D Thunder Heal
D+ - Nosferatu
C Thoron Recover
C+ - -
B Bolting -
B+ - -
A - -
A+ - -


OverallEdit

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Given her skill levels, Hilda will have easy access to the Soldier class family (Soldier) and the Fighter class family (Fighter, Brigand, Armored Knight, Warrior, Fortress Knight).

Hilda requires proficiency in Axes and Charm in order to be interested in Byleth's house. She also has the restriction of only being able to be recruited in Chapter 12 on the last Monastery free day if playing the Silver Snow route. She can not be recruited at all while playing the Crimson Flower route.

Hilda's high strength and speed make her offensively powerful, though she is often let down by her lackluster dexterity and the innate inaccuracy of axes. If her budding talent in Heavy Armor is unlocked, however, she makes for an excellent physical tank, as her defense growth rates will be significantly improved when classed as an Armor Knight or Fortress Knight.

Oddly enough, Hilda has a high Charm stat, but a weakness in Authority. It may take considerable effort, but training up her Authority skill can yield surprising results for her gambits. Due to her skill in both Lances and Axes, and the lack of availability to the War Master class, it is recommended to make her a Great Knight to take advantage of her durability and power.

Supports Edit

See also: Hilda/Supports.

Fire Emblem HeroesEdit

Idle Maiden
Noble of the Leicester Alliance and daughter of House Goneril. Has a lazy personality and a habit of manipulating people into doing things for her. Appears in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

Base StatsEdit

Rarity: ✯✯✯✯✯

Heroes Hilda SpriteTitle
Idle Maiden
Group
Heroes Infantry Infantry
LevelHPAtkSpdDefRes
1
40





SkillsWeapon
FEH skill offense Freikugel
FEH skill special New Moon
FEH Axe Axe

SkillsEdit

TypeNamePrerequisiteDefaultUnlocked
FEH skill offenseIron Axe---
Steel Axe-FEH Star Rarity 3-
Silver AxeSteel AxeFEH Star Rarity 4FEH Star Rarity 3
FreikugelSilver Axe-FEH Star Rarity 5
FEH skill specialNew Moon-FEH Star Rarity 4FEH Star Rarity 3
MoonbowNew Moon-FEH Star Rarity 4
AFEH Atk Spd Solo 1 Atk/Spd Solo 1--
FEH Atk Spd Solo 2 Atk/Spd Solo 2FEH Atk Spd Solo 1 Atk/Spd Solo 1-
FEH Atk Spd Solo 3 Atk/Spd Solo 3FEH Atk Spd Solo 2 Atk/Spd Solo 2FEH Star Rarity 5
BFEH Null Follow-Up 1 Null Follow-Up 1--
FEH Null Follow-Up 2 Null Follow-Up 2FEH Null Follow-Up 1 Null Follow-Up 1-
FEH Null Follow-Up 3 Null Follow-Up 3FEH Null Follow-Up 2 Null Follow-Up 2FEH Star Rarity 5
CFEH Def Opening 1 Def Opening 1--
FEH Def Opening 2 Def Opening 2FEH Def Opening 1 Def Opening 1-
FEH Def Opening 3 Def Opening 3FEH Def Opening 2 Def Opening 2FEH Star Rarity 5

OverallEdit

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Base SetEdit
CountersEdit
Skill InheritanceEdit

Quotes Edit

Three Houses Edit

Hilda/Quotes

Heroes Edit

Hilda (Three Houses)/Heroes Quotes

Possible EndingsEdit

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Hilda - Free Spirit

After the war, Hilda set politics aside and focused on what she enjoyed most: crafting fashionable accessories. Her designs quickly achieved widespread popularity. With the help of her brother, Hilda then created the first artisan academy in Fódlan, where she served as both professor and headmaster.

Hilda and Byleth (Verdant Wind/Silver Snow routes)

Byleth announced his marriage to Hilda shortly after becoming leader of the United Kingdom of Fódlan. As queen, Hilda rarely took part in politics herself, but she nevertheless contributed greatly to the restoration of Fódlan by recommending exceptional people to influential positions. Her hobby of creating fashionable accessories also bore fruit, as her designs achieved widespread popularity, and she created the first artisan academy in Fódlan. The school produced many talented craftsmen, one of whom created a statue that expertly captured the king's delight at receiving the gift of a bracelet from the queen.

Hilda and Byleth (Azure Moon route)

Byleth announced his marriage to Hilda shortly after being named archbishop of the Church of Seiros. Hilda rarely involved herself with the church, but nevertheless contributed greatly to its restoration by recommending exceptional people to influential positions. Her hobby of creating fashionable accessories also bore fruit, as her designs achieved widespread popularity, and she started an artisan academy at Garreg Mach. The school produced many talented craftsmen, one of whom created a statue that expertly captured the archbishop's delight at receiving the gift of a bracelet from his wife.

Hilda and Byleth (Crimson Flower route)

Almost immediately after Byleth and Hilda finished their gorgeous wedding ceremony, the struggle against those who slither in the dark began in earnest. They fought tirelessly to bring lasting peace to Fódlan, and afterward retired from the Imperial army to Goneril territory. Hilda's hobby of creating fashionable accessories bore fruit, and she leveraged her husband's reputation as a hero to create the first artisan academy in Fódlan. The school produced many talented craftsmen, one of whom created a statue that expertly captured the hero's delight at receiving the gift of a bracelet from his wife.

Hilda and Claude

Entrusting the future of Fódlan to his friends, Claude left for Almyra to take his place as heir to the throne. His family saw that he had grown strong and allowed him to claim his birthright. When he became king several years later, he made the surprise announcement that he would make Hilda his queen. Having studied with her brother to prepare for this moment, Hilda demonstrated an uncanny talent for diplomacy, and greatly contributed to establishing friendly relations between Fódlan and Almyra. The presence of a Fódlan-born queen for two consecutive generations did much to alter Almyran values.

Hilda and Ferdinand

After becoming the new Duke Aegir, Ferdinand married Hilda, the daughter of Duke Goneril. The marriage was warmly received by the people, with high expectations placed on them as they set about restoring the territory. Hilda rarely took part in politics herself, but she still contributed greatly by recommending exceptional people to influential positions. Her hobby of creating fashionable accessories also bore fruit, as her designs achieved widespread popularity, and she created the first artisan academy in Fódlan. The school produced many talented craftsmen, including Ferdinand himself, who was said to craft handmade trinkets for his wife.

Hilda and Caspar

Caspar and Hilda, under no pressure to inherit any noble titles, spent the early years of peace after the war traveling. They journeyed to every corner of Fódlan, and even ventured abroad now and again. Caspar's antics caused endless entertainment for Hilda, who loved to stand by and watch him fight or squirm his way out of trouble. Eventually, their free-spirited adventure was called to an end by Hilda's brother, Holst, who offered Caspar a position as a knight in service of House Goneril. Caspar accepted, and before long, he and Hilda were married. The couple raised many children, and were said to have a notoriously lively household.

Hilda and Lorenz

As the new head of House Gloucester, Lorenz first worked to restore his own territory, and then expanded his vision to include reforms for all Fódlan. At the height of his storied political career, he announced his marriage to Hilda, the only daughter of Duke Goneril. After the recovery effort, at Hilda's behest, the pair established artisan academies all over Fódlan. The schools quickly flourished, invigorating interest in the arts as well as trade with foreign lands. After many years of success and prosperity, the students of the first of these academies crafted a bronze statue of the founding couple to honor their achievement. The statue stands to this day.

Hilda and Raphael

Raphael returned to his hometown, where he served his liege lord as a knight for a time. Later, he gave it up to help manage the inn that his family had opened up during his time away. One day, to the great joy of Raphael's sister, Maya, Hilda came to visit. Maya had always treasured the necklace Hilda had made for her. Moved by this, Hilda gave Maya a new gift of a hair band, which inspired Maya to suggest that Raphael convert the inn into an accessory shop. Hilda decided to stay and help out, and eventually became the shop's proprietor and chief artisan. She moved in with Raphael, and the two spent their lives happily dealing in fashionable accessories.

Hilda and Ignatz

After Hilda returned home, her fashionable accessories achieved widespread popularity, leading her to create the first artisan academy in Fódlan. While shopping for art supplies, she had a chance reunion with Ignatz, who had persuaded his family to allow him to travel the world as an artist. Hilda invited Ignatz to teach at her school, and as she and the students became enchanted by the landscapes and portraits of all he had seen in his travels, the two gradually fell in love. Their romance birthed a new style that inspired artists in Fódlan for generations.

Hilda and Marianne

After returning to their respective homes, Hilda and Marianne stayed in touch and deepened their friendship through letters. Hilda informed Marianne that her passion for crafting fashionable accessories had given her the idea to start an artisan academy, and in response, Marianne pledged the financial support of the house of Margrave Edmund. Soon, artisan schools began to appear all over Fódlan, producing talented craftsmen and high-quality trade goods, which contributed greatly to the prosperity of Fódlan. The accessories sent to Marianne personally by Hilda became some of the most highly valued treasures in history.

Hilda and Seteth

After the war, Seteth dedicated himself to the restoration of the church. He continued to write fables for children in his spare time, but became dissatisfied with the hobby due to a lack of quality illustrations for his work. When Hilda learned of this, she jumped at the chance to visit Garreg Mach and illustrate some of Seteth's newer stories for him. The completed fables were distributed far and wide, and the children who loved them eventually passed the famous and beloved works on to their own children and grandchildren.

Hilda and Cyril

Hilda returned to her territory, and founded the first artisan academy in Fódlan. Years later, as the successful headmaster of that school, she journeyed to Garreg Mach to make a donation to the church. There she encountered Cyril, who had graduated from the Officers Academy and joined the Knights of Seiros. When each saw how much the other had grown and matured, a mutual attraction between them blossomed naturally into love. Cyril eventually left the church to become a knight of House Goneril, at the invitation of Hilda's brother, Holst. As Holst's new brother-in-law, Cyril provided essential aid in negotiations with House Goneril's Almyran neighbors.
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EtymologyEdit

Hilda is one of several feminine names derived from the name Hild, formed from Old Norse hildr, meaning "battle". Hild, a Nordic-German mythical warrior, was a Valkyrie who conveyed fallen warriors to Valhalla.

Trivia Edit

  • Hilda shares her Japanese voice actress, Yūki Kuwahara, with Fates Effie and Ophelia.
  • She is one of only characters that don't share their required stat for recruitment with a member of another house. She is the only student whose recruitment skill is in Axe.

GalleryEdit

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