—Misha to Nicolov in Chapter 17A
Misha is introduced when she is forced to surrender control of over half of her subordinates to a bishop from the Loptyrian Cult. She appears again during the liberation of Leonster. Before their battle with Leif's army begins, Nicolov asks Misha if she is fighting to avenge her deceased mother. Seemingly bothered by his question, she informs him that her mother has nothing to do with her goals. It is also revealed that she is working for the Grannvale Empire as a mercenary to provide food for the starving orphans in Silesse.
If Karin speaks to her during Chapter 17A, Misha mentions that she is fighting for a reason that she refuses to reveal. If Leif's army captures her afterwards, she speaks to him at the end of the chapter. After revealing that one of Misha's subordinates informed her about their reason for fighting, Karin tells Misha that it is wrong to save Silesse's children at the cost of others elsewhere. At this time, Misha also learns about the child hunts being conducted by the Grannvale Empire. From this point on, she joins Leif's army in liberating the northern kingdoms of the Thracia Peninsula.
In the ending, Misha enters the liberation war in Silesse, and once it is freed, she becomes the first commander of the new Silesse Pegasus Knights. It is mentioned that she was deeply trusted by both her superiors and her subordinates.
Misha is a talented and just leader who is fighting for the sake of her kingdom. She hates receiving sympathy from others and values honor above everything else, as expected of a pegasus knight from Silesse. She would be unable to bear living in captivity after leading her troops to their deaths and wish for her enemies to kill her instead. She always has a very serious disposition, and while she has love for her late mother, she does not wish for revenge understanding that Deetvar's treachery caused her own death.
|Misha||Pegasus Knight||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
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Misha begins with stats that are average at best, but possesses excellent growths, which means that she can become very powerful if the player invests in her. However, her durability is very poor, ballistae are common in the outdoors chapters in which she is available, and her stats are quite weakened indoors, as is the case with all mounted units. She comes with A rank in Swords and Lances, which is very advantageous, as it is difficult to reach such high weapon ranks in Thracia 776. She comes with the Wind Sword, and while Karin or Nanna can also use it well, it helps her initially mediocre offense. To help fix her rather low Luck stat, the Bragi Scroll is recommended, although it can weaken her strength potential. She will also benefit from defensive scrolls such as the Dain Scroll and Neir Scroll to help lessen her durability issues.
A large boon to Misha is that she possesses 1 move movement than every other flier in the game at base, as she comes with a bonus movement of 1, when paired with her movement star, allows her to be quite mobile (Although Dean does possess more movement stars, he possesses less base movement).
All in all, Misha is a flier with bonus movement at base, who can grow to be an excellent combat unit, although she's no slouch at base. She may not be around as long as the other three fliers, but a flier is still a flier, and she has the 2nd best base stats of all the three fliers.
—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
Misha - Rider of the Winds (シレジア四天馬騎士)
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, meaning "who is like God?".