“I am ashamed... I am ashamed that I cannot properly help the children, despite being a knight of Freege. Hundreds of children are being captured and sent to the Imperial capital daily, but all I can do is rescue a handful of them.”
Amalda (アマルダ Amaruda) is a playable character in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776; she is a general of Freege. She struggles to decide whether or not to rebel against her superiors due to their connections with the Lopto Sect and child hunting. Her greatest fear is being branded a traitor. She looks to Sleuf for guidance, ultimately causing her to join Leif's army. She is seen helping a village that is getting attacked by bandits in Chapter 15, in which she is an allied NPC. If the player takes the Lunar route, she is seen again in Chapter 17, where she is leading a group of cavaliers against the player. She is holding the Blaggi scroll, but is unrecruitable. She is not seen again till Chapter 19, in which she is fighting against Leif's army, and she can join if Sleuf talks to her.
|Continue||Sword - A|
Staff - C
| Master Sword|
Note that she has no supports.
Amalda is a fairly good unit to use since she comes with an A in Swords and a C in Staves, but her biggest selling-point is her leadership star, making her a very decent unit.
“It's all right... This is how...a blood-covered murderer like me...should die...”
—Amalda's death quote
“I'm sorry, I'll retreat first...”
—Amalda's escape quote
As a NPCEdit
As an enemyEdit
“The castle is in danger... ...All troops, retreat to the castle! Don't lag behind the rebels!”
—Amalda's quote when a playable unit passes the gate, Chapter 17B
“What... What am I doing here...”
—Amalda's battle quote, Chapter 17B
“So I have to keep living this nightmare...”
—Amalda's quote if she is captured and released, Chapter 17B
“Withdraw your blade! There is no need to die for nothing!”
—Amalda's battle quote, Chapter 19
“What... What am I doing...”
—Amalda's quote if she is captured and released, Chapter 19
Amalda: Thank you for taking care of the children.
Bishop: Of course. The Empire wouldn't bother sending troops to a small village like this tucked away in the mountains. I will protect the children with my life. But what about you, Lady Amalda? If the Empire finds out about this, you will be in danger...
Amalda: I am ashamed... I am ashamed that I cannot properly help the children, despite being a knight of Freege. Hundreds of children are being captured and sent to the Imperial capital daily, but all I can do is rescue a handful of them. I keep trying to convince his Majesty to reconsider, but to no avail... And here I am, leading my troops on a mission that I disagree with. I simply don't know what I should do...
Sleuf: Lady Amalda, I understand your hardship. However, you mustn't be rash.
Amalda: But, Father Sleuf... I...
Sleuf: If we lose you, that would mean losing the children who could be saved otherwise.
Amalda: Yes...I know. Thank you... I must be off now.
Palman: General Amalda, what is an individual like you doing defending the rear gate? Did something happen?
Amalda: My opinions seem to have angered Count Gustav...
Palman: Ah, the child hunting. Have you argued with him again?
Amalda: Count Gustav is kidnapping children from this area to sacrifice to Loptous, even without the king's orders. Do you think that is forgivable?
Palman: Now, now, Lady Amalda... I understand how you feel, but Emperor Alvis himself has approved of the child hunting. Sooner or later, all the children in this area will be sent to the Imperial capital. Just you protesting on your own won't make a difference.
Amalda: Why is this happening! I had faith in Lord Alvis... I became a general to be able to serve him. What has happened to him...?
“Protecting my troops is my duty... But...is this right...? Please tell me, Father Sleuf... What must I do...?”
—Amalda's quote at the beginning of Chapter 19
Talk with SleufEdit
Sleuf: Lady Amalda, please withdraw your blade. It is me, Sleuf.
Amalda: Father Sleuf... What are you doing here?
Sleuf: I have come for you, my lady. The Liberation Army is waiting for you.
Amalda: Are you telling me to betray my country? I can't do that, Father Sleuf... I wouldn't be suffering like this if I could.
Sleuf: Lady Amalda, a nation isn't the personal property of the king and nobility. If they have been misled, it is the knight's duty to see to it that their paths be corrected. Are you going to let your country do wrong for fear of being labeled a traitor?
Amalda: No... But when I think about what will happen to my troops...
Sleuf: ...You are a kind lady. However, what they do is up to them. You should follow your own heart more freely.
Amalda: ...Very well, Father Sleuf. I will join the Liberation Army. I will rescue the kidnapped children! That is my only wish!
Amalda - The Despairing Knight (なやめる女騎士 Na yameru on'na kishi)
Amalda returned to Freege and helped rebuild their land. With most of the Freeges defeated in Northern Thracia, they had lost much of their power as a nation. However, with Amalda and other people's hard work, Freege slowly began to regain their former glory.