Official artwork of Chrom from Fire Emblem: Awakening.
“You honor me with your fealty. I will not falter again. We shall answer this outrage! The Mad King must be stopped!”
—Chrom speaking to the Shepherds at the end of Chapter 10, Renewal.
Chrom (クロム Krom) is the main protagonist of Fire Emblem: Awakening.
Chrom is the prince, and later Exalt, of the Halidom of Ylisse and a descendant of the Hero-King, Marth. He is also the captain of Ylisse's vigilante force, the Shepherds, and wields the legendary sword Falchion. He is the brother of Lissa and Emmeryn, the father of Lucina and the uncle of Owain, and can potentially be the father of Kjelle, Inigo, Brady, Cynthia, or Morgan. His birthday is May 27th. He leads his Shepherds force to protect the peace when the neighboring nation of Plegia begins acting suspiciously. He has a strong sense of justice and is a crucial member of his squad. He breaks the most things during army practice.
While out on patrol near Ylisse's border, Chrom finds a stranger lying on the ground, the Avatar. Though Frederick is initially wary, Chrom finds no danger in the Avatar. Once the Avatar helps Chrom deal with some brigands that have attacked Southtown, Chrom makes the Avatar the Shepherds' tactician. That night, Chrom and Lissa are attacked by Risen from a mysterious portal. Chrom manages to kill one of the Risen, but a second one nearly kills Lissa, prevented by the timely arrival of a masked warrior. After dispatching all of the remaining Risen, the masked warrior introduces himself as Marth and warns Chrom of future calamities yet to come before leaving. Upon returning home to Ylisstol, Emmeryn sends Chrom to convince the Khan of Ferox to help in dealing with the Plegian army. Chrom is introduced to the East Khan, Flavia, who asks him to fight as her champion so she can become the ruling Khan. In the Ferox Arena, Chrom finds out his challenger is Marth. After soundly defeating Marth, Flavia becomes the ruling Khan and gives Chrom the support he needs. Upon their return to Ylisse, Chrom and Lissa report the new alliance with Ferox. However, they receive troubling news that Maribelle has been kidnapped by Gangrel, the king of Plegia. Emmeryn heads out to Border Pass to parley with the Mad King. Knowing how dangerous it would be for her to go alone, Chrom accompanies her there. As expected, Gangrel refuses to parley and threatens to kill Emmeryn on the spot, but Chrom and the Shepherds save Maribelle and protect Emmeryn. Unfortunately, Gangrel used this attack to officially start a war between Ylisse and Plegia.
Later, Marth reappears inside the Ylisstol garden and warns Chrom of a planned assassination of Emmeryn that night. To prove his good intentions, he slays a nearby assassin planning on killing Chrom. However, another appears and Marth falters. Marth's mask is cut in half as he barely dodges the strike, while Chrom manages to kill the assassin. Chrom notices that Marth is actually a woman, but he doesn't have much time to mull over the details. He quickly rushes into the castle at the sound of an explosion and finds Plegian assassins making their way to Emmeryn. After successfully stopping Validar and the attempted assassination, Chrom encourages Emmeryn to leave the capital, which she reluctantly agrees to. Just after leaving the capital, Chrom receives news from Cordelia, who was sent by her fellow Pegasus Knights to notify Emmeryn, that Ylisstol was attacked by Plegia. Fearful for her people, Emmeryn decides to return to Ylisstol despite Chrom's objections. Emmeryn gives the Fire Emblem to Chrom and assures him that she knows he'll rescue her. Emmeryn leaves the protection of the Shepherds and returns to Ylisstol, where she is promptly captured by Gangrel.
Chrom rushes back to Ylisstol and finds out that Emmeryn has been taken to Plegia, where she will be executed. Chrom and the Avatar devise a rescue plan, and it is nearly successful, but as Phila is about to rescue her, a group of Risen archers warp in and kill Phila and her accompanying Pegasus Knights. Gangrel leaves Chrom with two options; surrender and give up the Fire Emblem, or have Emmeryn killed. Before Chrom can make a decision, Emmeryn sacrifices herself by leaping off a cliff, falling to her death. Crushed by his sister's death, Chrom flees to Ferox, where he begins to doubt himself. However, thanks to the words of his army, Chrom builds a new resolve to end the war and avenge Emmeryn. Upon arriving at the Border Wastes, Chrom hears news that Plegia's army has begun to fall apart, due to Emmeryn's words, and realizes the effects of his sister's sacrifice. Chrom proceeds to battle Gangrel's remaining forces and, after a long battle, Gangrel is defeated. Chrom takes up the role of Exalt of Ylisse, though he does not yet accept the title.
Conquest of ValmEdit
Two years after the end of the Ylisse-Plegia war, Chrom is married and is father to a baby girl, Lucina. Unfortunately, a new menace is threatening the continent of Ylisse: the Valm Empire. Chrom goes to Ferox in response to Flavia's request for help. Even with their combined strength, Ylisse and Ferox are still outmanned by the powerful Valm Empire. The Avatar suggests that they go to Plegia for help, and there they meet the new king, Validar, who was the one Chrom killed during the attempt on Emmeryn's life. Nevertheless, Validar gives Chrom the support he needs and also introduces his hierophant, who looks like and goes by the same name as the Avatar. Chrom is suspicious, but grateful to receive the support he needs to fight Valm. That night, a group of Risen attacks Chrom's army, nearly killing Chrom himself, but Marth once again steps in and protects him. Chrom is grateful and asks her who she really is. Marth merely tells him to look into her left eye. As Chrom looks closely, he recognizes the Mark of the Exalt, the same mark on his arm and the exact same mark on his baby daughter, Lucina. Chrom realizes that this woman is Lucina, who came from the future to change the course of history. The two share a tearful hug and Chrom brings her to her mother, where the two do the same.
During Chrom's trials in Valm, he collects three of the gemstones for the Fire Emblem, starting with Azure, the blue gemstone, from Tiki at the Mila Tree. After capturing Fort Steiger, Basilio decides to stall Walhart to give Chrom and his army time to take down Yen'fay, but Basilio is critically wounded by the Conqueror himself. Near death, Basilio gives Flavia Gules, the red gemstone, to deliver to Chrom. After taking down Yen'fay at the Demon's Ingle, Chrom learns of the West Khan's demise and receives the red jewel from Flavia, and his army begins a full assault on Valm Castle. After a long battle outside and inside the castle, Walhart and the Valmese army are defeated. Say'ri recovers the green gemstone, Vert, and entrusts it to Chrom. With four of the five gemstones on the Fire Emblem, Chrom searches for the last one.
Fate of the WorldEdit
After taking down Walhart, Chrom and the Avatar receive news that Validar is going to give them the final gemstone for the Fire Emblem. Upon arriving in Plegia's castle, Validar betrays Chrom and tries to take the Fire Emblem. The Avatar, Chrom, and Lucina attempt to flee the castle, but just as they're about to escape, Validar warps in and attacks Chrom. After weakening Chrom, Validar orders the Avatar to take the Fire Emblem from Chrom, which they do against their will. Validar takes the Emblem and disappears to the Dragon's Table to perform the ritual to awaken Grima. As Chrom plans how they are going to get the Fire Emblem back, the Avatar tells him to leave them behind so Validar cannot control them. However, Chrom reminds them that was not their fault and that he needs them. Later, Chrom witnesses Lucina trying to kill the Avatar to change the future, but Chrom stops her and tells her to trust in the Avatar as he does.
The Avatar tells Chrom that if they are controlled yet again, Chrom must kill them before they kill anyone else, which Chrom reluctantly agrees to. After defeating Validar at the Dragon's Table, it appears that the Avatar is possessed by Grima yet again and kills Chrom. Lucina is horrified and Validar declares that he has won, or so he thinks. Basilio makes a sudden appearance, revealing that he survived his near-fatal wounds, and the Avatar stands back up and attacks Validar, revealing that due to a premonition, they knew what was going to happen and prepared countermeasures to prevent it. Chrom also stands up, mostly uninjured, since the Avatar held back some of their power. The duo proceeds to take down Validar once and for all.
After killing Validar a second time, a mysterious black figure warps in and takes on the appearance of the Avatar, revealing that they are the Fell Dragon incarnate. Grima explains that he is in the version of the Avatar from the future Lucina came from and has come to stop her so he can continue to reign supreme. Grima proceeds to transform into his dragon-god form, causing the temple to collapse. Chrom and Lucina manage to get out of the building, but witness the rebirth of Grima. However, all is not lost: during their escape, the Avatar managed to snatch the Fire Emblem back from Validar. With new hope of slaying the Fell Dragon, Chrom is told to head to Mount Prism to perform the Awakening. Chrom is deemed worthy by Naga to receive her power and unlocks the Falchion's true potential as the Exalted Falchion. However, Chrom learns that he cannot fully slay Grima, as the only one who can do so is Grima himself. Even with the power of the Falchion, he can only put Grima back to sleep for a thousand years.
Naga points Chrom to Origin Peak where Grima lies, growing stronger. Upon arrival, the Avatar realizes that if they deal the final blow, Grima would be "killed by his own hand." Naga warns them that if they do so, they will die with him. Chrom does not want the Avatar to sacrifice their life, but they feel that it may be necessary. The Grima-possessed Avatar jumps onto Grima's back and instantly casts a spell on all of Chrom's army, severely weakening them. After Grima gives the Avatar the choice to accept his powers or not, Grima pulls the Avatar into a dark void. Chrom and the rest of the army yell to the Avatar to return to them to finish their task. After the Avatar breaks free from the void, Naga heals Chrom and his army and they proceed to take down Grima.
Depending on the Avatar's choice to deal with Grima, one of two endings will occur. If Chrom is chosen to finish Grima, Grima is put back into a deep slumber. The Avatar feels guilty that they did not sacrifice themselves, but Chrom assures them that the entire army agreed and that in the distant future, their descendants will be able to deal with Grima once more. However, should the Avatar slay Grima, the Fell Dragon falls, but the Avatar begins to disappear. Chrom's army is saddened by their sacrifice but, remembering Naga's words, Chrom reminds everyone that they will return as long as their bonds are strong. Chrom, in the meantime, vows to search for the Avatar while their countries recover. After an undisclosed amount of time, Chrom and Lissa find the Avatar and welcome back their old friend, in a scene mirroring the one at the start of the game.
After the war, Chrom was welcomed as the new Exalt of the halidom. He ushered in an age of peace with his perseverance and his wife at his side.
Chrom is a direct and committed person, unflinchingly charging forward to achieve what he believes in. He is protective of his sisters, especially Emmeryn, but, despite his protests, never argues with Emmeryn's final decisions. Chrom deeply cares for Lissa's well-being as well, making sure to take care of her while they are off at war.
Walhart notes that Chrom follows the Path of Kings: a person who lives with and for the people, as Chrom himself states that his strength comes from his comrades. Chrom will help out anyone in need without a moment's hesitation. He trusts anyone after witnessing them in action, having given his trust to Lucina before her revelation and to the Avatar, despite other people's warnings. Chrom shares a special bond with the Avatar, especially with the female Avatar if he is married to her, and unwaveringly believes in them and trusts them implicitly even after finding out about their true heritage.
|None||Sword - B||Falchion|
|Dual Strike+||Sword - E||Falchion|
Max Stat ModifersEdit
- See also: Chrom/Supports
If Chrom has not achieved an S-Support by the end of Chapter 11, he will be mandatorily married to one of his marriage candidates as long as they have not been married or incapacitated. The order follows, assuming all five are unmarried and have not built any support points with Chrom:
However, there are two special circumstances:
- If Chrom has gained at least 18 support points with Olivia and has not achieved a C-Support with any of the other candidates, he will marry Olivia.
- If Chrom has not gained 9 support points with any of the 5 women and/or all 5 are married or incapacitated, Chrom will marry a nameless village maiden.
Chrom will only pass down the skills Aether and Rightful King to his potential children: Lucina and his other daughters (Cynthia and Kjelle) will inherit Aether, while any of his sons (Brady, Inigo, and Morgan) inherit Rightful King, even if Chrom has not learned those skills or does not have them equipped in his last skill slot at their recruitment.
- Lord - Promotes to Great Lord
- Cavalier - Promotes to Paladin or Great Knight
- Archer - Promotes to Sniper or Bow Knight
- Dread Fighter - Requires Dread Scroll
As the main Lord of the game, Chrom is one of the best units you will have. Given his mandatory usage in all chapters, Chrom should have no problem leveling up and getting good stats. His good strength, speed, luck, and skill will make Chrom a formidable offensive force in your army, but he should be wary around mages due to his low resistance growth. His Lord skills Dual Strike+ and Charm are moderately good skills in the first half of the game, but lose effectiveness later as your army grows stronger.
Upon Promotion to Great Lord, Chrom's attributes stay the same but with higher caps. Chrom also gains the ability to use lances, giving him ranged options with Javelin weapons. He will also learn Aether, his primary attacking skill. It is a two-hit attack; the first strike has a Sol effect and the second has a Luna effect. His second skill is Rightful King, increasing the activation rates of several skills that Chrom can have. Compounding his Great Lord skills gives Chrom's offensive role more prominence, further solidifying him as a primary offensive unit.
Chrom also has the distinction of being one of four characters to have a personal weapon. Chrom starts with the Falchion, which deals effective damage against dragon units. Though the Falchion cannot break, it is only as strong as an Iron Sword, with a lower hit rate. Chrom may have to use stronger swords if more damage output is needed from him, until the Falchion becomes the Exalted Falchion. The Exalted Falchion gains the ability to deal effective damage against Grima, making Chrom's role in the final chapter more important. It will become Chrom's primary sword and is the second strongest sword in the game, surpassed only by Mercurius and tied with Tyrfing and an un-forged Alm's Blade. However, unlike the other swords, the Exalted Falchion retains its unbreakable property. Chrom can also now use the sword like an item to replenish 20 HP.
Chrom's additional two class sets are the Archer and Cavalier.
Chrom is an excellent Sniper and an subpar Bow Knight. Unfortunately, few of the skills from these classes are particularly useful. Hit Rate +20 can help Chrom land blows, which is great on higher difficulties when enemies are much more evasive. Bowbreaker is great to deal with archer units, though he should not need either unless playing on harder difficulties.
Chrom becomes much more powerful as a Great Knight and a bit more durable as a Paladin. Aegis stacked on top of Rightful King makes Chrom a better defensive unit, helping to shave off damage from indirect attacks, especially magic-based ones. Luna is worth considering. It has a higher activation rate, but Aether has the healing properties and the two-hit property in exchange. Dual Guard+ can be great to protect him from harm. If his wife has access to the skill as well, the 20% increase can almost guarantee the occurrence of a Dual Guard. Discipline is also a worthy skill, to help Chrom advance his Lance Weapon Rank more quickly, though it will be shelved once his Weapon Ranks have been maxed.
“Avatar! No! This can't be how it ends!”
—Chrom's quote after the Avatar dies in Premonition
- "Huh? Did someone drop this?" (item)
- "A leader must never rest, never surrender, and most of all never stop learning..." (exp)
- "I got some quick training in. A leader should always be at the top of his game." (weapon exp)
Asking - NormalEdit
- "I've often wondered what drives you. Do you have any dreams or aspirations?" (dreams)
- "Hello. You're in a good mood. Find a new weapon you like?" (happy)
- "I've noticed you vanish from camp some times. Where is it you go?" (free time)
- "You know, you’ve grown very skilled. Care to pair up in the coming battle?" (team up)
Replying - NormalEdit
- "I just want to be strong enough to keep my friends and loved ones safe." (dreams)
- "Oh, I'm just having a regular day. You're the one who looks happy!" (happy)
- "If I’m not napping, I’m swinging a sword. ... Predictable, I know." (free time)
- "All right. Together, we’ll be unstoppable. We’ll smash right through their ranks!" (team up)
Asking - EmmerynEdit
- "Emm, you need to find new dreams. You can't dwell forever on what you've lost." (dreams)
- "You seem happy today, Emm. Is your memory clearing up?" (happy)
- "Emm, you've been wandering off alone a lot lately. It's starting to worry me." (free time)
- "Emm, you need to be careful out there. Stay close to me and be my support." (team up)
Replying - EmmerynEdit
- "I dream of being strong enough to protect the realm you loved. And I swear I will." (dreams)
- "I'm just glad to have you back. That's all." (happy)
- "You know me—training, breaking things with my sword... I guess you don't remember." (free time)
- "Of course, Emm. I won't let anyone hurt you again." (team up)
Asking - MarriedEdit
- "How are you holding up, (name)? I couldn’t bear to lose you." (promise)
- "(name), I never get tired of looking at you." (compliment)
- "I love you, (name). I just want to make sure I say that often." (love)
- "You dropped something, (name). Is this..." (gift)
Replying - MarriedEdit
- "Don’t worry. I’m doing just fine. I would never leave you to fend for yourself." (promise)
- "You’re the one who’s beautiful. I’m a lucky man to have you." (compliment)
- "Well...I love you too. It’s a bit silly to just say it like that, but there it is." (love)
- "Oh! That’s a gift for you. I remember how your eyes lit up when you saw it in town." (gift)
Asking - ChildEdit
- "(name), we should train sometime. See how you fare against your father!" (train)
- "How are you holding up, (name)? I've been worried." (concern)
- "You must have sacrificed a lot to come back in time, (name). Anything you need?" (gift)
- "Tell me about the future, (name). How did you pass the time?" (story)
Replying - ChildEdit
- "Well, I never turn down a challenge. But don't think I'll pull my punches just for you." (train)
- "I'm just fine. Sorry if I worried you." (concern)
- "That's all right, (name). I appreciate the thought." (gift)
- "Well, you missed a lot before we met. More than I could ever describe. We should have a meal and share these stories - just the two of us. That way I can learn more about you too." (story)
- "No one can stop me now!" (6+ stat ups)
- "I can feel a huge difference!" (4-5 stat ups)
- "My strength comes from diligence." (2-3 stat ups)
- "Well, that was underwhelming..." (1 stat up)
- "I think I've come about as far as any man can." (1 or 0 stat ups while most stats are capped)
- "Let's see what I'm capable of now."
- "What do you think I need, Avatar?" (buying)
- "Avatar... Are we strapped for funds?" (selling)
- "Which of my weapons did you want to forge?" (forging)
- "I hope soon the realm can be at peace..." (misc)
- "Where is all this strength coming from? I feel like I could topple a mountain!" (surge)
Greetings - NormalEdit
- "Hello, Avatar. Doing your morning rounds?" (morning)
- "Hello, Avatar. On a break?" (day)
- "Are you as tired as me, Avatar? The days fly by so fast..." (evening)
- "Avatar, I’m glad you’re on patrol, but go ahead and rest." (night)
- "Happy birthday, Avatar!" (Avatar's birthday)
Greetings - MarriedEdit
- "Hello, Avatar. It's a fine morning, isn't it?" (morning)
- "Hello, Avatar. Where are we headed today?" (day)
- "Hello, Avatar. It's gotten late, hasn't it?" (evening)
- "Hello, Avatar. We should turn in for the night." (night)
- "Happy birthday, Avatar!" (birthday)
The prince of Ylisse and descendant of the Hero-King. While of noble blood, he also leads a militia known as the Shepherds. His strong conviction makes him a fine captain. The most likely to break things. Born on May 27th.
Captain of the Shepherds. Treats his men firmly but fairly.
“You are the wind at my back and the sword at my side. Together, my love, we shall build a peaceful world... just you and me.”
—Chrom's confession quote
“Fight back! You have to keep fighting! Fight back, Avatar! You swore to do so, remember? Now keep your damn word!”
—Chrom's final chapter quote
Paralogue 22 Pre-Battle QuoteEdit
“None will stand in my way! Least of all me!”
—Chrom's pre-battle quote against a Chrom Mirage
The Golden Gaffe Pre-BattleEdit
“Why in the seven hells am I fighting for someone else's nest egg? I don't think I've had a less inspiring cause in my whole life. Well, as long as there are enemies here, I may as well use them for training.”
—Chrom's pre-battle quote.
EXPonential Growth Pre-BattleEdit
“Shooing miscreants away from crops? Am I back in my early Shepherd days? Still, I've vowed to help people in need, so help I shall!”
—Chrom's pre-battle quote.
Infinite Regalia Pre-BattleEdit
“You said you gave your lives in a battle on which the future hung in the balance. Then you should understand why I have to defeat you here... I'm sorry, friend, but I can ill afford to share your fate!”
—Chrom's pre-battle quote.
Death's Embrace Pre-BattleEdit
“I wish I had the power to give you back your lives... But now that you're Risen, all I can do is fell you again - hopefully for good. Forgive me for not reaching you sooner...”
—Chrom's pre-battle quote.
Five-Anna Firefight Pre-BattleEdit
“A tremor, followed by a surge of Risen... It's just like what happened in Ylisse. And that was just the beginning of all our troubles... I'm not about to let the same or worse happen here!”
—Chrom's pre-battle quote.
Roster Rescue Pre-BattleEdit
“Who knew we had a roster? And from the sounds of it, quite a scandalous one... Well, my army's reputation is MY reputation. I have to get that book back!”
—Chrom's pre-battle quote.
Summer Scramble Pre-BattleEdit
“It feels a bit strange to get the celebrity treatment... But I'll admit—after a long march, it's nice to be pampered. The least we can do in return is live up to the gossip and rout these fiends!”
—Chrom's pre-battle quote.
Hot-Spring Scramble Pre-BattleEdit
“You Risen stick out like sore thumbs in a place as tranquil as this. Seriously, can we not even take a bath in peace? Oh well. A Shepherd's got to do what a Shepherd's got to do!”
—Chrom's pre-battle quote.
- "Are you ready?"
- "It's alright."
- "As one!"
- "Stay with us."
- "On my mark!"
- "Stay focused."
- "I've gotcha!"
- "You can do this."
- "My strength is yours!"
- "I got your back."
- "Have another!"
- "We're not done yet!"
- "My turn!"
- "Come on!"
- "Face me!"
- "Hold on, I'm coming!"
- "Think again!"
- "Well fought."
Partner Defeats EnemyEdit
- "Thanks, friend!"
- "I owe you."
- "Thank you."
- "Thank you."
- "Your end has come!"
- "Now I'm angry!"
- "I will not fail!"
- "Anything can change!" (Chrom will begin to say this once Lucina has been recruited)
Killed By EnemyEdit
“Avatar, I...I'm sorry. Just...run while you can...”
—Chrom's death/game over quote in Premonition
“Chrom: I'm...sorry, everyone... Leave me... Save yourselves...if you can...
Avatar: Chrom, NO! You can't die! Not now!”
—Chrom's death/game over quote
- Chrom - Newly Exalted
- After Grima's defeat, Chrom was officially welcomed as Ylisse's new exalt. His unflinching perseverance through countless hardships made him a beacon of hope for his people.
- Chrom and the Avatar
- Many wrote of Avatar's legendary exploits, but accounts of her origins and character varied. Scholars, poets, and bards agreed on one thing alone—she loved her husband, Chrom, above all else.
- Chrom and Sully
- After Grima’s defeat, Chrom was officially welcomed as Ylisse’s new Exalt. Queen Sully rode far and wide on his behalf, her gallant and radiant figure the envy of women everywhere.
- Chrom and Sumia
- After Grima's defeat, Chrom was officially welcomed as Ylisse's new exalt. Queen Sumia lived and breathed for him, and her flower-petal readings were said to bring good luck to all who received them.
- Chrom and Maribelle
- After Grima's defeat, Chrom was officially welcomed as Ylisse's new exalt. Queen Maribelle kept him always on his toes while she strove tirelessly to become a magistrate and reform the halidom's laws.
- Chrom and Olivia
- After Grima's defeat, Chrom was officially welcomed as Ylisse's new exalt. Queen Olivia gave him a much-needed shoulder to lean on as she traveled the land, dancing and mending the scars of war.
Super Smash Bros. SeriesEdit
Chrom was shown in the Newcomer trailer for Robin and Lucina for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. However, he is not a playable character; he appears during Robin's Final Smash, Pair Up. Robin summons Chrom onto the stage and he immediately rushes forward as his critical cut-in flashes across the screen. If Chrom connects with an enemy, they will be launched into the air and be trapped while Chrom and Robin attack with a series of slashes from Chrom and a barrage of magic from Robin. Before spiking the enemy to the ground, Chrom will say "We're not done yet!" Chrom also appears in Robin's victory screen and is also available as a collectible trophy. Ike also has a palette swap based on Chrom's color scheme
According to the director of the Super Smash Bros. series, Masahiro Sakurai, Chrom was considered as a newcomer for Super Smash Bros. 4, but he was dropped in favor of Robin, who could have a more unique moveset rather than making another Fire Emblem swordsman like Marth and Ike.
|Chrom||Prince of the Halidom of Ylisse and descendant of the Hero-King Marth. He leads a militia force called the Shepherds that protects Ylisse. Though he can get reckless when training-things end up broken-he can be counted on in the heat of battle. He and Robin combine their skills in Robin's Final Smash.|
- Chrom's official artwork depicts him wielding the Falchion.
- Chrom was voted the most popular male character in the Fire Emblem: Awakening Character Popularity Poll in Japan.
- In Tiki's B support with the Male Avatar, Tiki states that Chrom does not resemble Marth, but a man 1,000 years before Marth.
- Chrom appears in some support conversations from other characters. He appears in Ricken and Nowi's C support and Lucina's C & A sibling supports. He shares this trait with the Avatar, who appears in Tharja and Vaike's C support and Tharja and Frederick's C support.
- According to the Official Fire Emblem: Awakening Comic from Nintendo Dream, Chrom is 6 years younger than Emmeryn, making him roughly 19 years old at the start of Fire Emblem: Awakening.
- Chrom is the only unit in Awakening with a different portrait for each direction. This is likely due to the Brand of the Exalt on his right shoulder. The only other character in the series to have this trait is Nergal.
- There is a glitch in which, after a battle, Chrom's neck bends backwards and his head is not visible.
- The Fire Emblem disappears from Chrom's Great Lord battle model from Chapter 21 to Chapter 23 because Validar steals it. The Fire Emblem will also not be present on Chrom's Great Lord model if he promotes before Chapter 7.