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“O spirit of the cards! Cast your light upon the path before us...”
—Seadall

Seadall is a playable character from Fire Emblem Engage. He is a famed dancer and fortune-teller from Solm.

Profile[]

Seadall is a famous dancer from Solm, and is also a skilled fortune-teller. He was born in a town on the Azure Coast, his father dying when he was still very young. He was raised by his mother for a time, also a fortune-teller, before she succumbed to an illness. After some time living as an orphan on the streets, he was picked up by a traveling caravan, and taught dancing by a teacher who he highly admired, but has passed away by the present.

Personality[]

Seadall can be a bit harsh at times, but he's especially kind to those he likes. He has a beautiful charm and carries a mysterious atmosphere about him. He takes his craft as a dancer very seriously, taking strict note of his diet and habits to ensure he doesn't fall into laziness and thus potentially weaken his dancing. Unfortunately, this attitude is also a source of much strife for him, as despite this heavy discipline, he often finds himself yearning for foods that go against his self-mandated diet, such as roasted meat or fried goods. He is also jealous of Rosado's ability to seemingly do and eat whatever he pleases while still maintaining good form, in heavy contrast to Seadall's own straightlaced and inflexible habits.

Seadall is also a skilled fortune teller, though at times he doubts his own abilities. Despite that, he always wishes to use his skills for the sake of those around him, such as assuring Citrinne of Brodia's safety or helping Amber fulfill his prophecy of becoming a hero. He likes honey the most out of the entire army.

In-Game[]

Fire Emblem Engage[]

A famous dancer of Solm. He is also a skilled fortune-teller and cultivates an aura of mystery.

Base Stats[]

Starting ClassBattle Style
SeadallFE17SpriteDancerQi Adept
LevelHPStrMagDexSpdLckDefResBld
153312415161110108
EmblemSkillsWeaponStarting Items
CorrinFE17SpriteCorrinFE17 Curious Dance IconCurious Dance
FE17 Dragon Vein IconDragon Vein*
FE17 Dreadful Aura IconDreadful Aura*
FE17 Torrential Roar IconTorrential Roar*
FE17 ArtsArts - ASteelHandArtFE17SpriteSteel-Hand Art
ShieldingArtFE17SpriteShielding Art
FE17VulnerarySpriteVulnerary
DualKatanaFE17SpriteDual Katana*

Growth Rates[]

HP Bld Str Mag Dex Spd Def Res Lck
55% 10% 25% 15% 25% 50% 25% 25% 35%

Supports[]

See also: Seadall/Supports

Bonds[]

See also: Seadall/Bonds

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.

As the game's sole Dancer, Seadall fills a unique combat role that no other unit is capable of doing. Historically, Dancers (or more generally classes capable of refreshing other units actions) have been exceptionally powerful, and in Engage this is as true as ever with the inclusion of powerful Engage mechanics strongly encouraging large Player Phase plays. As a Dancer, Seadall's stats aside from movement are largely irrelevant, as he should not be seeing combat in most circumstances. Even though his Personal Skill, Curious Dance, technically does not require him to be a Dancer, his stats and growth rates are completely unremarkable otherwise, so there is no reason to reclass him out of it.

Seadall's primary strength is being able to double the turn of the strongest unit in the army. This has a myriad of benefits, such as being able to efficiently kill multiple units with a strong attacker, cross twice as much distance on a map as normal, or take out multiple boss health bars in one turn. He synergizes well with effects that apply on a per-attack basis, such as Chain Attacks, Poison or flat damage from skills such as Divinely Inspiring. As a small bonus, the Dancer class skill Special Dance boosts the Dexterity, Speed, and Luck of his target for 1 turn, improving the overall consistency of whoever he dances for.

Seadall's value as a Dancer leaves very little room when considering what Emblem Ring to work with as he cannot execute explosive attacks with most of the rings as most other units can. Instead, Seadall benefits more from the Skill Inheritance he can get from most of the Rings or Rings in general that give him supportive effects. He starts with the Ring of the Crux of Fate, which is his overall best ring if equipped as it has Quality Time which heals allies adjacent to him up to 10 HP depending on its tier, which gives him more of a supportive niche as a refresher and pseudo-healer. Pair Up helps to protect him from being assaulted by Chain Attacks by outright negating it. While he may not get the most explosive damage from performing Dragon Fang, he still can set up kills for his allies. The Ring of the Princess Exalt gives Dual Assist which allows him to participate in Chain Attacks himself and since Chain Attacks deal flat damage, he can provide legitimately solid chip damage. The Ring of the Holy Knight gives Canter, allowing him to move after dancing, which can help further set up aggressive or defensive plays by position him. The Ring of the Instructor mainly boosts his Brawl prowess, mainly increasing his avoid and the Goddess Dance can be used effectively by him, though putting it on another unit is likely better as Goddess Dance can also refresh Seadall himself if another unit uses it on him, thus spreading his utilities out.

Overall, Seadall continues the series tradition of exemplifying the full supportive value of a Dancer but with many new tricks thanks to the Emblem mechanics of Engage. Receiving him near the end of the midpoint of the story gives him one of the best long term usage for the remainder of the game and his unique role is literally irreplaceable among all of the units available in game. For return on value, Seadall is incredibly potent in this regard and is highly recommended even if significant investment is not put into him like most other units.

Gift List[]

Gift Name Type of Gift Description
Dried Meat Favorite A well-aged dried meat popular as a portable snack. Favored by fans of meat and folk food.
Fairy-Tale Book Favorite A picture book containing many short and wondrous tales. Favored by fans of reading and fairy tales.
Poetry Book Favorite A diverse book of poetry including submissions from the public. Favored by fans of reading and daydreaming.
Elyos History Favorite A thick book detailing the history of Elyos and its regions. Favored by fans of reading and studying.
Strong Perfume Favorite A small bottle of perfume made from the essence of fruit and flowers. Favored by fans of fashion.
Sun Visor Favorite The visor protects the face and neck from sunburn. Favored by fans of exercise and walks as well.
White Clover Favorite Used for cooking. With luck, one can be found with four leaves. Favored by fans of cooking and herbs.
Horn Favorite A hollow animal horn that makes a loud noise. Has no holes for playing notes. Favored by fans of music.
Quality Kerchief Favorite A fancy handkerchief made from shiny, hand-woven cloth. Favored by fans of luxury, cleaning, and fashion.
Antler Earrings Favorite These eco-friendly earrings made from antlers shed by deer are popular in Solm. Favored by fans of fashion.
Lovely Candle Favorite An exclusive candle etched by hand with an elaborate design. Favored by fans of fashion, luxury, and parties.
Spirit Gem Favorite A gem that shines with many colors. Found only in the Somniel, especially near Sommie. Favored by all.
Training Weight Disliked A stone weight that can be held by hand or tied to the leg. Favored by fans of training and exercise.
Muscle Balm Disliked Apply to muscles after working out to avoid soreness. Favored by fans of training and exercise.
Bandages Disliked Mainly used for tending wounds or bracing joints and muscles to prevent injury. Favored by fans of training.
Horse Manure Disliked Ordinary horse manure. That’s it. You could technically give it to someone, but why would you?

Fire Emblem Heroes[]

Misfortune-Teller
A dancer from Solm, and a skilled fortune-teller. He's maintaining his disciplined diet even with all the many sweets around the harvest festival. Appears in Fire Emblem Engage.

Base Stats[]

Rarity: ✯✯✯✯✯

Seadall Misfortune-Teller Heroes spriteTitle
Misfortune-Teller
Group
Heroes Infantry Infantry
LevelHPAtkSpdDefRes
1
40
17/18/19
36/40/43
4/5/6
37/40/43
10/11/12
43/46/49
3/4/5
18/21/24
5/6/7
22/25/29
SkillsWeapon
FEH skill offense Pumpkin Stem+
FEH skill support Dance
FEH Fire Tome Tome

Skills[]

TypeNamePrerequisiteDefaultUnlocked
FEH skill offenseFire---
Elfire---
Pumpkin Stem---
Pumpkin Stem+-FEH Star Rarity 5FEH Star Rarity 5
FEH skill supportDance---
AFEH Atk Res Finish 1 Atk Res Finish 1--
FEH Atk Res Finish 2 Atk Res Finish 2FEH Atk Res Finish 1 Atk Res Finish 1-
FEH Atk Res Finish 3 Atk Res Finish 3FEH Atk Res Finish 2 Atk Res Finish 2-
CFEH Inf. Null Follow 1 Inf. Null Follow 1--
FEH Inf. Null Follow 2 Inf. Null Follow 2FEH Inf. Null Follow 1 Inf. Null Follow 1-
FEH Inf. Null Follow 3 Inf. Null Follow 3FEH Inf. Null Follow 2 Inf. Null Follow 2FEH Star Rarity 5

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.
Base Kit[]
Counters[]
Skill Inheritance Options[]

Meet Some of the Heroes[]

Misfortune-Teller Seadall
Seadall misfortune-teller pop01 The harvest festival is finally here, and a good festival requires dancing. That’s why Seadall, a famous dancer from Elyos, is here to bring us exactly that!
Seadall misfortune-teller pop02 He’s joining the festivities dressed up as a wizard, complete with cloak and hat. Check out that mysterious-looking gold embroidery!
Seadall misfortune-teller pop03 And get a load of that staff he’s carrying! It’s covered in pumpkin vines and even has a grinning pumpkin perched at the top!
Seadall misfortune-teller pop04 Seadall is very disciplined when it comes to food, but surely he can make an exception for the harvest festival. Feel free to indulge a little, Seadall!
Closely Associated Characters
Alear Successor to the Divine Dragon, awoken from a long sleep. Summons Emblems to lead the world to peace. Seadall’s friend.

Quotes[]

Engage[]

Seadall/Quotes

Heroes[]

Seadall/Heroes Quotes

Possible Endings[]

Mystic Dancer Seadall
Seadall became famous the world over for his dancing and fortune-telling. In later years, he was a traveling performer, telling of his time with Alear.
According to the fortune he read for himself, he was fated to meet good people, enjoy great food, and live a very happy life indeed.
Seadall and Alear
Alear became the new Divine Dragon Monarch. His/Her bonds with the rulers of each nation resulted in a lasting peace.
Seadall captivated all with his dance and divination, and he and the Divine Dragon Monarch were a couple loved by all. They ate many hearty meals together.

Choose Your Legends Placement History[]

Round Placement Character Version Votes

CYL1-CYL7 N/A

CYL8 246 CYL Seadall Portrait
Engage
218

Etymology[]

Seadall and Seadas are derived from Seada, an Italian dessert originating in Sardinia. It's a fried dumpling filled with some manner of flavored cheese and drizzled with honey.

As a fortune-teller, his English name may also be a pun on "See it all".

Trivia[]

  • Seadall is the first official male character exclusively designated as a Dancer in the Fire Emblem franchise.
  • Seadall shares his English voice actor, Griffin Puatu, with Chad and Fáfnir in Heroes.
  • Seadall's ring size, according to the Ally Notebook, is 6.5 | N.
  • Seadall bears a striking resemblance to Navarre from Shadow Dragon.

Gallery[]

See main article: Seadall/Gallery.
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