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Princess (プリンセス Purinsesu) is a recurrent combat physical class that debuts in Fire Emblem Gaiden, and is commonly the class assigned to female members of royalty.

History in the Series

In its original inception in Gaiden, the Princess class is the promoted form of the Priestess class, and is exclusive to Celica, one of the game's two main protagonists. This version of the class is capable of wielding Swords, Black Magic and White Magic as its weapons of choice.

In Genealogy of the Holy War, the Princess class is exclusive to Lachesis, wielding Swords and Staves as its equipment of choice. Originally playing the primary role of a support class through healing Staves, the class, much like its male counterpart, truly shines when promoted into the formidable Master Knight class.

In TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga, the Princess class is basically the dismounted Pegasus Knight class (sharing nearly the same base and max stats), exclusive to Sasha among the playable characters. This particular incarnation of the class functions similarly to the Trainee classes introduced in The Sacred Stones, having generally low stats and movement. It can promote into the Pegasus Knight class using the unique ☆Pegasus Flute item.

The class returns in Fire Emblem Warriors, again acting as Celica's promoted form. In this game, it is a clone of Marth's Lodestar class, with the added benefit of being able to use Staffs.

In Vestaria Saga: The Holy Sword of Silvanister, the Princess is exclusive to Emilia and wields Staves. It can promote into the Sphirian Princess which allows it to wield Dark Magic and Anima Magic.


Base Stats

FE2365-110104--Sword, Black, White
FE42657580576--FE4 Sword.png B FE4 Staff.png C
TS18202302-4--TS Sword.png 2
FE153213-10120684--Echoes sword weapon type icon.pngEchoes black magic weapon type icon.pngEchoes white magic weapon type icon.png

Maximum Stats

FE25240-40404040404--Sword, Black, White
FE480202220233020226--FE4 Sword.png B FE4 Staff.png C
TS60181517193017-12--TS Sword.png 17
FE155242-40403939404--Echoes sword weapon type icon.pngEchoes black magic weapon type icon.pngEchoes white magic weapon type icon.png
FEW9341191191321321441071075--FEW Sword.png S FEW Staff.png


Base ClassPromotion MethodPromoted Class
FE2FE2 Celica Map Icon.gifPriestessAutomatically in Chapter 3.FE2 Celica Map Icon.gifPrincess
FE4FE4 Princess Sprite.gifPrincessChoose the "Class Change" option in the Home Castle when the relevant unit reaches Level 20.FE4 Master Knight Sprite (F).gifMaster Knight
TSPrincess.gifPrincessUse a Dragon Flute.gif☆Pegasus Flute.Pegknight.gifPegasus Knight
FE15Celica Priestess Echoes map sprite.gifPriestessAutomatically in Chapter 3.Celica Princess Map Sprite.gifPrincess
FE15 Celica Princess Map Sprite.gifPrincessVisit the Altar of the Queen when the relevant unit reaches Level 20.Celica Maeve map sprite.gifRigain
FEWWarriors Celica sprite.gif
Use a Master Seal FE13 Icon.pngMaster Seal on CelicaWarriors Celica sprite.gif

Notable Princesses


Genealogy of the Holy War

Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Fire Emblem Warriors

TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga

TearRing Saga: Berwick Saga

Vestaria Saga: The Holy Sword of Silvanister

  • Emilia: Theodel's adoptive sister and secretly the last surviving Sphirian Princess.


  • In TearRing Saga's internal data Princess's promotion is linked to the class itself instead of the individual character in the class. For example, if Estofarne is made playable with cheat devices, she can advance to Pegasus Knight with the flute. Princess is the only class in Tearring Saga with this distinction.