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“Well, 'nough said. Let's go a treasure huntin'!”
—Pizarl talking to Dobarl

Pizarl is an enemy character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War, and is one of the Orgahill Pirates. Unlike the vast majority of the pirates, Pizarl knows of Brigid's origins, and reveals them to Dobarl. Pizarl and Dobarl then decide to take advantage of the war to raid the villages against Brigid's protests. As a result of their manic jealousy of Brigid's authority, the duo will turn against her, leading a large pack of pirates into the battlefield to hunt her down. Sigurd's army will soon intervene and rescue Brigid, killing both Pizarl and Dobarl in the process.


Starting ClassHoly Blood
FE4 Warrior Enemy.gifWarrior-
2060170111801656+32FE4 Leadership Star.png3,000
SkillsWeaponStarting Items
-FE4 Axe.pngAxe - A
FE4 Bow.pngBow - B
FE4Silveraxe.gifSilver Axe
Legring.gifLeg Ring*

*Dropped when defeated


Pizarl has the distinction of being the fastest axe using opponent in the first generation(and is behind Schmidt, Brian and Tigris, taking the second generation into consideration) with an 'amazing' attack speed of 0. His attacks are highly damaging and more accurate than one might expect, so fragile units might wish to take caution around him. He has a tendency to plow right through Madino if the castle is left undefended, an outcome that is obviously undesirable as it will cut into the bonus Gold awarded at the start of the next chapter. Pizarl cannot attack at a distance and cannot really avoid attacks either, so players shouldn't have too much trouble taking him down.

Warping Sigurd to Madino can significantly improve the player's odds in the battle, not only because Sigurd is well equipped to take down Pizarl's forces himself,but also because of the Leadership bonus he provides.


“What, the Grannvale Army!? Let them enjoy the fear that is the Orgahil Pirates!!”
—Pizarl's battle quote
“Crap... How can the Orgahil Pirates be defeated...?”
—Pizarl's death quote


In the Celtic legend of Lugh, Pisear was the King of Persia, while Dobar was the King of Sicily.