Artwork of Asaello from Fire Emblem: Treasure.
“Alright, I'm in. Daisy, you sure have grown up since I saw you last.”
Asaello (アサエロ Asaero) is a character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. He is the substitute character of Faval if Briggid was not paired up, and is the brother of Daisy. He is also known as "The Hitman from Conote". Unlike his counterpart, Asaello will never attain the Yewfelle bow. Additionally, he has his own personal conversation in Chapter 8, whereby if he visits a certain village, he will gain three points of strength.
Asaello initially holds a rather hateful grudge towards noblemen, owing to the fact that his parents were killed as a result of being caught up in the crossfire of the Manster-Thracia war. This perception of his changes when he encounters Seliph's army, where he comes to appreciate and even admire them. If Asaello falls for Mana, he will confess to her that he feels frustrated at being powerless in the last battle, and wish he could have just a little Crusader blood flowing through his veins. Asaello is also well-loved by children, and is teased for it by his sister.
|Starting Class||Holy Blood||Level||HP||Str||Mag||Skl||Spd||Lck||Def||Res||Move||Lead||Gold||Skills||Weapon||Starting Equipment|
|Bow Fighter||-||9||36||12||1||15||15||3||10||1||6||0||2000|| Pursuit|
|Bow - A||Silver Bow|
- Promotes to Sniper
- Strength: +5
- Magic: +0
- Skill: +2
- Speed: +2
- Defense: +2
- Resistance: +3
- Movement: +0
In Chapter 8, Daisy can recruit Asaello if she talks to him.
In Chapter 8, Asaello can talk to Seliph, but nothing will result of it.
In Chapter 8, if Asaello visits the village northwest of Conote, he will have a conversation in which he will gain three points of strength.
Original and replacement characters have the same love growths, unless stated otherwise.
- Julia: 0+0
- Altena: N/A
- Mana: 0+3
- Radney: 0+3
- Janne: 0+3
- Femina: 0+3
- Laylea: 0+2
- Daisy: -- (Not possible, since they are siblings)
- Linda: 0+3
Asaello is possibly derived from Asal, a figure from Irish Celtic mythology who was King of the Golden Pillars.