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Dew (FE Treasure)
Artwork of Dew from Fire Emblem: Treasure.
GameFire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
First SeenChapter 1: Girl of the Spirit Forest
Starting ClassThief

“Jamke, look. I like you. You're a nice guy. I know I caused you trouble before... Anyway, I'm sorry.”

Dew (デュー Dyū) is a character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. He is the thief who assists in Adean's escape from the clutches of Prince Gandolf of Verdane in Chapter 1. He was initially captured by Jamke for attempting to steal the treasures of the castle, but is later freed to escort Adean to safety. He will eventually perish in the Battle of Belhalla, alongside several of his fellow comrades.

In GameEdit

Base StatsEdit

Starting Class Holy Blood
FE4 Thief Sprite (M)Thief -
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res Move Lead Gold
1 28 3 0 6 15 12 1 0 6 0 15,000
Skill Weapon Starting Items
Steal (SNES)Steal
Sun SwordSol
FE4 SwordSword - C FE4IronswordIron Sword

Growth RatesEdit

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Luk Def Res
50% 40% 10% 40% 40% 40% 40% 10%

Promotion GainsEdit

  • Promotes to FE4 Thief Fighter Sprite (M)Thief Fighter
  • Strength: +4
  • Magic: +3
  • Skill: +4
  • Speed: +5
  • Defense: +4
  • Resistance: +3
  • Movement: +1
  • +2 to FE4 Sword Rank
  • Gains Pursuit


Before promotion, Dew is unable to fight very well, a fact made worse by him lacking the Pursuit skill. The player is, however, advised to train him nonetheless, as he is the only playable character in Generation 1 who is able to steal gold from enemy units. If the player plans to promote him into his Thief Fighter class, he will likely have to steal kills, or be allowed to get the necessary experience from Boss Abuse tactics. It will be extremely difficult to train him into a decent fighter otherwise.

After promotion, Dew will gain the Pursuit skill, enabling him to fight fairly well and dodge a huge majority of enemy attacks. However, his main role is that of stealing gold, as he will still remain relatively frail.

Dew will be able to pass on his Sun Sword and Bargain skills to his children if he is paired up. If the player decides to do so, he is best paired with either Ayra or Briggid, as their children will benefit very much from his skills. This is especially so in the case of Briggid's children, as Patty will be able to survive battles better with the Sun Sword skill, while Faval will be able to better wield the holy Yewfelle, as the Bargain skill is capable of halving the exorbitant costs of repairing a weapon.


In Chapter 1, after Genoa Castle is captured, Dew may speak to Adean, resulting in her receiving the Warp Staff and 50 love points with him.

In Chapter 2, Dew may speak to Raquesis, resulting in her receiving the Thief Sword and 50 love points with him.

In Chapter 3, Dew may wait in front of the entrance to the Tower of Blaggi. A conversation will ensue, in which he will receive the Wind Sword.

In Chapter 5, Dew may speak to Jamke after Lubeck Castle is captured, but nothing will result of it.

In Chapter 5, after Phinora Castle is captured, if Raquesis is in love with Dew, she may speak to him, but nothing will result of it.

Love GrowthsEdit


“How unlucky...... I've blundered once too much...”
—Dew's death quote


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