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{{character| image = [[Image:Ike.jpg|center|250px]]|
 
title = Ike|
 
title = Ike|
game = [[Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]|
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game = [[Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken]]|
 
firstseen = Chapter 1 |
 
firstseen = Chapter 1 |
 
class = [[Lord]]}}
 
class = [[Lord]]}}
   
'''Ike''' is the main character of Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, released 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube. He is the first main character not of noble birth. His seiyuu is Michihiko Hagi, and his voice actor is [[Jason Adkins]].
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'''Lyndis''' is the main character of Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken, released 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube. He is the first main character not of noble birth. His seiyuu is Michihiko Hagi, and his voice actor is [[Jason Adkins]].
   
 
== Character History ==
 
== Character History ==
   
=== Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance ===
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=== Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken ===
Ike is the son of [[Greil]], leader of the [[Greil Mercenaries]], and takes leadership when his father is killed by the [[Black Knight]]. For the most part of the game, he is in the service of [[Princess Elincia]]. Ike is rather naive in the beginning of the game, but grows into a brave character later on. He has little memory of his life in [[Gallia]] as a young kid, and prior to joining the Greil Mercenaries, shows that he does not know what [[Laguz]] are. He is a nice and brave character, and is very protective of his friends and family. His motivation is to avenge his father's death, but he seeks no reward in aiding [[Crimea|Crimea's]] liberation and helping Elincia to claim the throne as queen, except for the usual payment as being a mercenary. Although he has no desire to become a noble, he accepts the title as Lord so he can lead the Crimea Liberation Army after his triumph over [[Oliver]].
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===Lyndis===
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(''a.k.a.'' Lyn)
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*Class: Lord – Blade Lord
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{{nihongo|Lyn |リン|Rin}} is the first female main character in the series since ''[[Fire Emblem Gaiden]]''. Although her full name is {{nihongo|Lyndis|リンディス|Rindisu}}, she is referred to in almost all screens by her [[Elibe#Lycia|Sacaen]] name 'Lyn' throughout the game. The two names are generally regarded to be interchangeable, depending on who addresses her.
   
Ike begins the game as the newest member of the Greil Mercenaries. The other members look down on him as a rookie, such as [[Boyd]] and [[Shinon]]. After learning about [[Daein|Daein's]] invasion, Greil makes Ike work harder to prepare him for the task of leadership. Following Greil's death, Ike takes over leadership of the Greil Mercenaries, to [[Gatrie]] and [[Shinon]]'s disdain. After Shinon telling [[Titania]] that he would not serve Ike, Titania got mad at Shinon due to her affection towards the now departed Greil. The reason Gatrie left is unknown due to the fact that he supported Ike's leadership in Chapter 13 alongside Astrid.
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Born in the Sacaen Plains, her parents—Lord Hassar, chieftain of the Lorca tribe, and Madelyn, daughter of Lord Hausen of Caelin—were killed by [[bandit]]s before the beginning of the game. She was named after her maternal grandmother. She lives alone until she finds a [[:wikt:tactician|tactician]] (the player) lying on the ground. Upon meeting him or her, she decides to follow him or her in the interest of training her sword skills. She then meets Sain and Kent, knights of [[Elibe#Lycia|Caelin]] who tell her that she is the granddaughter of Lord Hausen, the Marquess of Caelin, who wants to welcome her into his home (something he had refused to do when his daughter Madelyn eloped with a Sacaean "savage"). Along the way, she saves an old [[priest]] of a shrine that was attacked by mercenaries. In gratitude, he allows Lyndis to lay her hands upon the Mani Katti, a sacred weapon within the shrine. As it turns out, she is the only person who can draw the legendary sword, and the priest tells her to take it with her. Towards the end of the game, she receives a new sword called the Sol Katti which is not a true legendary weapon despite it bearing great power and being the "sister sword" to the Mani Katti.
   
After remaining in Gallia until Chapter 9, after realizing that [[Caineghis]] is unable to help him, Ike leaves and is escorted to Port Toha by a squad of [[Laguz]] including [[Ranulf]], [[Lethe]] and [[Mordecai]]. Ike then leaves and travels around the continent, meeting and recruiting many people along the way.
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On the way to Caelin, she eventually finds out that her grandfather is being poisoned by her granduncle, the power hungry Lundgren, who desires to succeed his brother by any means necessary. Upon reaching Castle Caelin, Lyndis and her allies defeat Lundgren's forces in a final battle. It is after this that Lyn and her grandfather meet for the first time. Though in a considerably weakened state, Lyn convinces her grandfather to keep fighting so that the two may live together and learn more about each other. Lyndis then stays with him at Castle Caelin until the events of the main story.
   
=== Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn ===
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Unlike the other lords, Lyndis is not mentioned or referenced at all in ''[[Fire Emblem: Fūin no Tsurugi]]'' due to the fact that she and her grandfather Hausen were created specifically for the prequel. As such, it is unclear what happens to her in the twenty years between the two games, although her multiple endings present certain possibilities. She either marries one of the characters and gives birth to a child (Roy, Lilina, or Sue) that later becomes a character in ''Fūin no Tsurugi'' (presumably dying before the beginning of the game), or she would turn control of Caelin over to Ostia following Hausen's death, and then return to Sacae with one of her comrades.
 
* Class: Hero -> Vanguard
 
 
Ike (アイク, Aiku?), the hero of the Mad King's War, returns in Radiant Dawn, as the main character of Part III. He starts as a Hero class, and wields the sword Ettard, but later reacquires the divine blade Ragnell, which he had previously used while dueling with the Black Knight in Path of Radiance, but subsequently turned it over to Begnion when Sanaki declared it a sacred treasure. In Part IV of Radiant Dawn, Ike becomes a Vanguard with the blessing of the goddess Yune and finally avenges his father's death and defeats the Black Knight in a one-on-one duel. Upon the Black Knight's defeat, Ike then takes possession of Alondite, the Black Knight's personal blade and Ragnell's counterpart, but Ragnell is a much powerful blade at this time, so Alondite should be better off to other sword-wielders with an SS rank in swords. It is revealed that he witnessed Greil killing Elena due to the medallion's chaos energy, but his memory is sealed by Sephiran to prevent the painful truth. Once the goddess Ashera is defeated and all the countries are made stable, Ike travels to another land and leaves the continent of Tellius behind forever. He suffers from poor resistance and luck, but his strength, skill, and HP are all high. His magic is also low, but this is no longer an issue for physical units due to the fact that magic swords no longer use magic to calculate damage. Once he is promoted into a Vanguard, Ike can wield axes, including his father Greil's axe, the SS-ranked Urvan, given to you by Caineghis in an Info Conversation in the Final Chapter
 
==Growth Rates==
 
 
===Path of Radiance===
 
Ike is the only unit that can learn the skill Aether, which combines both Luna and Sol. In Chapter 27, Ike is able to use Ragnell, a sword blessed by the goddess, and will never break. It increases Ike's Defense by 5 points. Ike's Strength, Defense, Hit Points, and Skill stats are high. His Resistance is average.
 
 
'''Stat Growths''': 75% HP // 50% Str // 20% Mag // 50% Skl // 55% Spd // 35% Lck // 40% Def // 40% Res
 
 
'''Lv. 20/20 Average''': 51.5 HP // 26.5 Str // 27 Skl // 29 Spd // 19.3 Lck // 23.3 Def // 17.2 Res
 
 
===Radiant Dawn===
 
 
Ike is one of the few units capable of having a third promotion without the use of a Master Crown. If data from the Gamecube title is loaded, then like most other returning characters, he will gain a small bonus in the stats that were previously maxed out.
 
 
== Super Smash Bros. Brawl Appearance ==
 
 
It has been confirmed that Ike will appear within the upcoming game, Super Smash Bros. Brawl. He will appear as his titled, Lord class, and accompanying him will be the sword [[Ragnell]]. Information has been revealed that claims that Ike's special up+B move will be the Aether skill, a move in which he throws his sword into the air and then launches himself upwards, wields the sword, and then plunges it into the ground cleaving through the target on the way. Not only this, but he will also have the ability to utilize Eruption, sending flames soaring from the ground.
 
 
Currently, it's unknown if one of Ike's friends (like [[Soren]]) or enemies (like the [[Black Knight]]) will make an appearance alongside him within this upcoming game.
 
 
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Revision as of 23:44, January 7, 2008

Lyndis is the main character of Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken, released 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube. He is the first main character not of noble birth. His seiyuu is Michihiko Hagi, and his voice actor is Jason Adkins.

Character History

Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken

Lyndis

(a.k.a. Lyn)

  • Class: Lord – Blade Lord

Template:Nihongo is the first female main character in the series since Fire Emblem Gaiden. Although her full name is Template:Nihongo, she is referred to in almost all screens by her Sacaen name 'Lyn' throughout the game. The two names are generally regarded to be interchangeable, depending on who addresses her.

Born in the Sacaen Plains, her parents—Lord Hassar, chieftain of the Lorca tribe, and Madelyn, daughter of Lord Hausen of Caelin—were killed by bandits before the beginning of the game. She was named after her maternal grandmother. She lives alone until she finds a tactician (the player) lying on the ground. Upon meeting him or her, she decides to follow him or her in the interest of training her sword skills. She then meets Sain and Kent, knights of Caelin who tell her that she is the granddaughter of Lord Hausen, the Marquess of Caelin, who wants to welcome her into his home (something he had refused to do when his daughter Madelyn eloped with a Sacaean "savage"). Along the way, she saves an old priest of a shrine that was attacked by mercenaries. In gratitude, he allows Lyndis to lay her hands upon the Mani Katti, a sacred weapon within the shrine. As it turns out, she is the only person who can draw the legendary sword, and the priest tells her to take it with her. Towards the end of the game, she receives a new sword called the Sol Katti which is not a true legendary weapon despite it bearing great power and being the "sister sword" to the Mani Katti.

On the way to Caelin, she eventually finds out that her grandfather is being poisoned by her granduncle, the power hungry Lundgren, who desires to succeed his brother by any means necessary. Upon reaching Castle Caelin, Lyndis and her allies defeat Lundgren's forces in a final battle. It is after this that Lyn and her grandfather meet for the first time. Though in a considerably weakened state, Lyn convinces her grandfather to keep fighting so that the two may live together and learn more about each other. Lyndis then stays with him at Castle Caelin until the events of the main story.

Unlike the other lords, Lyndis is not mentioned or referenced at all in Fire Emblem: Fūin no Tsurugi due to the fact that she and her grandfather Hausen were created specifically for the prequel. As such, it is unclear what happens to her in the twenty years between the two games, although her multiple endings present certain possibilities. She either marries one of the characters and gives birth to a child (Roy, Lilina, or Sue) that later becomes a character in Fūin no Tsurugi (presumably dying before the beginning of the game), or she would turn control of Caelin over to Ostia following Hausen's death, and then return to Sacae with one of her comrades.

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