—Misha to Nicolov in Chapter 17A
Misha is a playable character from Fire Emblem: Thracia 776. 20 years of age, she is a Pegasus Knight and a general in Silesse's army. Misha is the daughter of Deet'var, a traitorous Silessian knight who had attempted to overthrow Queen Rahna and murder Prince Lewyn in Genealogy of the Holy War.
Misha first appears in Chapter 14x, where she is mobilised to pursue Leif's army as they flee from Tahra. When she arrives on the scene, Codha, a bishop from the Loptyrian Cult, orders her to return to Leonster and leave behind the pegasus squad accompanying her.
Misha later reappears in Chapter 17A when Leif's army prepares to storm the eastern gate of Leonster. Before the battle begins, Nicolov questions Misha on her motive to fight, pointedly asking her if she is doing so to avenge her deceased mother. Though bothered by the question, she refuses to give him the answer he seeks, asserting that she is not fighting for revenge, and is instead motivated by the desire to provide food for the starving orphans in war-torn Silesse.
Karin can speak to Misha in this chapter, where states that she is fighting to protect something, although she cryptically refuses to reveal what it is. If she is later captured by Leif's army, Leif will attempt to speak to her, only for her to demand that she be killed. Karin will interject at this point, revealing that one of Misha's subordinates had informed her that the pegasus knights' reason for fighting is because of their desire to save Silesse's starving children. August then joins in the discussion, where he opens Misha's eyes to the Child Hunts. She then makes the decision to defect from the Empire to join Leif's army instead.
Misha then goes on to continue supporting Leif in his cause to liberate Northern Thracia from the Grannvale Empire. She returns to Silesse thereafter, where she joins its liberation war. Once the country is freed, Misha is appointed the position of first commander of the newly reformed Silessian Pegasus Knights.
Misha is at once a practical and sympathetic person, choosing to set aside her ideals and values in order for the sake of protecting her people. This is evident in her choice to ally herself with the Grannvale Empire despite it being regarded as her country's enemy. Desiring to earn the gold she needs to end the suffering endured by the starving children back home, Misha is willing to cast aside her hatred for the Empire.
Misha is also known to detest receiving sympathy from others, fiercely valuing her personal dignity. This can be seen when she is captured but not killed by Leif's army, where, unable to bear living in captivity, she demands to be killed instead of having to bear the humiliation of being spared.
|17A||Enemy||Talk with Karin* and then capture her (send her to sleep to dismount her)|
*Karin must also be alive during the chapter's end
- Supports give a bonus to Hit, Critical, Avoid, and Dodge
- Supporting characters must be within a three tile radius for the support to come into effect
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Misha begins with average stats, but this is countered by her excellent growths. This means that she can become very powerful if given proper investment. However, Misha's durability is very poor, and this becomes especially prominent in the subsequent outdoor chapters she is available in, where ballistae are common.
A large boon to Misha is that she possesses 1 more point of Movement than every other flier in the game at base, and when paired with her Movement Star, this allows her to be very mobile.
—Misha's battle quote as an enemy
—Misha's death quote as an ally
—Misha's death quote as an enemy
—Misha's escape quote
—Misha's quote if released after capture
Possible EndingsEditMisha - Rider of the Winds (
After returning home, Misha joined the Silessean Pegasus Knights. She later participated in the Silessean Liberation Wars, and after the New Kingdom of Silesse was established, she became the first commander of the new Silessean Pegasus Knights. A talented and just leader, she earned deep trust from both her superiors and her subordinates.
Misha is illustrated in the trading card game with the following cards:
Misha (Миша) is a diminutive of the name Mikhail (Михаил), which is the Russian and Bulgarian equivalent of Michael.