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“Commander Lang. The... A-Altean army has arrived...”
—Toras to Lang.

Toras is a Ballistician boss in Book 2 of Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem and its remake, Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem. He is a cowardly subordinate under the command of Archanea's corrupted General, Lang.

Profile[edit | edit source]

Toras is a Ballistician general stationed by Lang at the entrance of Olbern Castle, a fortress where Lang's occupational army is based at. His efforts in guarding the entrance is for naught when Jeorge refuses to aid Lang's troops, and he is killed by Altea's forces.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Due to the minor role he plays, Toras' personality is not well developed. Some of his traits can still be noticed based on his conversation with Lang when he appears. For one, it has been proven that Toras is a coward, as shown when he immediately panics in front of Lang as the Altean army march towards their location. This also leads to him having deep concern towards his superior if they can manage with only a handful of troops due to Jeorge refusing to cooperate with a corrupted general.

In Game[edit | edit source]

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem[edit | edit source]

Starting Class
Ballistician
LevelHPStrSklSpdLckDefResWlvMov
320100-10-0
WeaponStarting Items
BallistaQuick Rain
GeminiFE3.pngGemini*

* - Drops when defeated

Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem[edit | edit source]

Normal[edit | edit source]

Starting Class
Enemy Ballistician FE12 Map Icon.pngBallistician
LevelHPStrMagSklSpdLckDefResMov
7244+10+1250100-
WeaponStarting Items
BallistaArrowspate.pngArrowspate
GeminiFE12.pngGemini*

* - Drops when defeated

Lunatic[edit | edit source]

Starting Class
Enemy Ballistician FE12 Map Icon.pngBallistician
LevelHPStrMagSklSpdLckDefResMov
73711+10+11390100 -
WeaponStarting Items
BallistaArrowspate.pngArrowspate
GeminiFE12.pngGemini*

* - Drops when defeated


Quotes[edit | edit source]

Conversation with Lang[edit | edit source]

Mystery of the Emblem[edit | edit source]

Toras: Commander Lang. A... Altea’s army has come...
Lang: Fool, get a grip. Their army doesn't amount to anything. They can’t possibly defeat us.
Toras: But Lord Jeorge’s archers left to quell the rebellion. Can we win just by ourselves?
Lang: What did you say!? Call Jeorge back this instant. While you’re there, call that mercenary, Nabarl, here. Anyway, I’ll leave this to you, General Toras. I must leave to prepare the defenses inside. You will stay here and guard to the death. You mustn’t let them get close. Understood?

Shin Monsho No Nazo[edit | edit source]

Toras: Commander Lang. The A-Altean army has arrived...
Lang: You moron. Why are you so panicked? With their nation and name in ruins, the Alteans are of no consequence to us.
Toras: But, Sir Jeorge’s archers left to quell the rebellion. Can we win with just our troops?
Lang: Why didn't you tell me earlier!? Call Jeorge back to the castle this instant! While you’re there, find that hired sword, Navarre, and bring him here. General Toras! I'm heading inside. You will defend this location till your last breath. Do NOT let the enemy get close. Do I make myself clear?!

Battle Quote[edit | edit source]

“Position 445... Fire!!!”
—Toras's battle quote in Mystery of the Emblem
“Projection 44.5 degrees! Fiiiire!!!”
—Toras's battle quote in Shin Monsho No Nazo

Death Quote[edit | edit source]

“General Lang... Altea is too strong...”
—Toras's death quote in Mystery of the Emblem and "Shin Monsho No Nazo"

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • With 1 strength and defense, as well as a 0 in every other stat in the original game, Toras is one of the weakest bosses in the series, if not the weakest.
  • Toras is the only notable Ballistician to appear in entire remake of Mystery of the Emblem, and in New Mystery of The Emblem, as the entire book 1, Jake and Beck were omitted from being playable, the chapter Grigas (boss) appears in (also when Beck is supposed to join) is skipped, and in the DS Remake, Jake and Beck's classes were changed to Warrior and Horsemen respectively.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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