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“What the hell's goin' on out there! Those of you ready for battle, move out! Don't let them near the castle!!”
—Munnir

Munnir is an enemy character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. He is one of the three sons of the king of Verdane, and the lord of Marpha Castle. Manipulated by Sandima and seemingly devoid of any morals, Munnir attacks Yngvi Castle in Grannvale and captures Lady Edain. His younger brother, Jamke, later frees her, however, with Sigurd's army arriving shortly to defeat him thereafter.

In-Game[]

Base Stats[]

Starting ClassHoly Blood
FE4 Warrior EnemyWarrior-
LevelHPStrMagSklSpdLckDefResMovLeadGold
206017011+518016562FE4 Leadership Star3,000
SkillsWeaponStarting Items
-FE4 AxeAxe - A
FE4 BowBow - B
FE4HandaxeHand Axe
SkillringSkill Ring

Overall[]

Secret Book (Artwork)
Subjective: The following part of this article is based upon the editor's personal experiences and opinions, and therefore may not be applicable for all readers.

While Munnir appears as a boss in the Prologue chapter, the player does not fight him until Chapter 1, as he leaves the battlefield on the first turn.

Quotes[]

“Oh, come on! First me own brother lets me wife go, and now this?! Damn me rotten luck!”
—Munnir's battle quote
“N-no... this... can’t... Guh...”
—Munnir's death quote

Battle Conversations[]

Vs Midir

  • Munnir: What? You're that arch knight from before!? Man blew it! I can't believe you're still alive!
  • Midir: Prepare yourself, Munnir! I'll never forgive someone like you!!

Vs Azelle

  • Munnir: Who're you? Ya got a lot of nerve to attack me, ya little brat!
  • Azelle: So you're Munnir... How dare you kidnap Edain!

Choose Your Legends Placement History[]

Round Placement Character Version Votes

CYL8 431
↓41
CYL Munnir Portrait
Genealogy of the Holy War
11
↓31

Etymology[]

Munir is an Arabic name that means  "bright" and "luminous".

Munnir's Japanese name, Gandalf, is a Dwarf in Norse mythology and the name of a legendary king of Vingulmark in south-eastern Norway. The dwarf's name was the basis of Gandalf the Grey from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings.

Gallery[]

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