—Wolff's Battle Quote
Wolff is a boss character in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776.
He was assigned by Bloom to organize the pursuit of the survivors of Dryas' failed charge on Ulster castle. In the end, Wolff ultimately fails to prevent the army from retreating to Leonster, possibly even meeting his death in the process. Regardless of the outcome, he is never seen or heard from again. As Barat is seen commanding the subsequent siege of Leonster castle, it is likely that Bloom saw fit to delegate Wolff to a lesser task, in the aftermath of his failure.
Oddly enough, when engaged in battle Wolff seems to be more concerned with his skilled swordsmanship than with the fact that the retreating rebel forces were able to turn the tide of battle.
|Great Shield||Sword - A|
Lance - A
Axe - A
Bow - A
Fire - A
Thunder - A
Wind - C
Staff - A
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.
Statistically, aside from his superior Skill and inferior Speed, Wolff is virtually identical to Gustav, who was fought just before him. The circumstances surrounding the encounter are radically different, however. Rather than relying on a Throne to boost his defenses, Wolff instead relies upon an incredible variety of supporting units in his vicinity: two siege Bishops armed with Blizzard (which inflicts Sleep in Thracia), two Iron Arches, three Generals with Master Lances, a siege tome of his own, and a near endless stream of mounted reinforcements that attack on the same turn. This formidable concentration of enemy forces makes Wolff's position virtually unassailable. Given his 20 Build, Wolff cannot be captured, so there is virtually no reason to engage him.
Players wishing to actually kill Wolff should wait until the start of turn 26 before assaulting his position, as the final wave of reinforcements occurs during the previous enemy phase.
—Wolff's death quote
—Wolff's unused release quote .
- Wolff shares the same Japanese name with Wolff of Valentia.
- There is an unused dialogue in chapter 19 showing Wolff was originally going to be helped by his superior, Ishtar in the battle.
- Like several boss characters, Wolff has an unused release quote. This is because of Wolff's 20 constitution preventing him from being captured
- In Chapter 7 of Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War, there is a general in the arena with same name as Wolff. Given this takes place in the second generation and the similar classes, it is possible the two enemies are intended to be the same individual.