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The Emperor (皇帝 Kōtei) is an enemy-only combat class that is first introduced in Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem. Often the exclusive class of main antagonists in the games that it appears in, the Emperor class commonly employs Lances as its main weapon of choice.

Despite appearing to be armored, Armorslayers only affect them in Genealogy of the Holy War.

History in the SeriesEdit

In its original inception in Mystery of the Emblem, the Emperor class is the personal class of Hardin when he has assumed position as overlord of Archanea in Book 2. This version of the class arms Lances as its sole weapon of choice.

In Genealogy of the Holy War, the Emperor class is considered to be the ultimate foot-based class, owing to the statistical prowess that they display across the board and the fact that they have access to almost every single type of equipment available in the game. This version of the class is outfitted with Swords, Lances, Axes, Bows, all types of Anima Magic and Staves, and is even imbued with the Charm and Great Shield skills.

The class is absent in Thracia 776, although unused data for it exists within the game. Unusually, the Emperor class cannot use magic in this title.

The King class that appears in Binding Blade is notably similar to the Emperor class. The main difference between the two lies in the fact that while Emperors can always wield Lances in all titles that they appear in, the King class is confined to the usage of Swords.

In Shin Monshō no Nazo, the remake of Book 2 of Mystery of the Emblem, the Emperor class is similarly the personal class of Hardin and wields Lances as its sole weapon of choice. Its design is completely re-hauled into one that is reminiscent of the King class appearing in Binding Blade.

In-GameEdit

Base StatsEdit

HP Str Mag Skl SpdLck Def Res Mov ConWt.Wp.Rank
FE3 50202020202020205--Lance 8
FE4 4515151515015155--FE4 SwordA FE4 LanceA FE4 AxeA FE4 BowA FE4 FireA FE4 ThunderA FE4 WindA FE4 StaffA
FE5 267152012-55-FE5 Sword IconE FE5 Lance IconE FE5 Axe IconE FE5 Bow IconE
FE12 1630330306--FE12 Lance E

Maximum StatsEdit

HP Str Mag Skl SpdLck Def Res Mov ConWt.Wp.Rank
FE3 50202020202020205--Lance 20
FE4 80303030303030305--FE4 SwordA FE4 LanceA FE4 AxeA FE4 BowA FE4 FireA FE4 ThunderA FE4 WindA FE4 StaffA
FE5 80202020202020-2020-FE5 Sword IconA FE5 Lance IconA FE5 Axe IconA FE5 Bow IconA
FE12 80303030303030306--FE12 Lance A

Growth RatesEdit

HP Str Mag Skl SpdLck Def Res Mov ConWt.Wp.Rank
FE3 0%0%-0%0%0%0%0%----
FE4 100%30%10%30%30%0%30%10%----
FE12 80%50%0%50%50%0%50%0%----

Class SkillsEdit

Skill Requirements
FE4 CharismaCharismaClass skill of the Emperor, Princess and Queen classes.

Notable EmperorsEdit

Mystery of the EmblemEdit

Genealogy of the Holy WarEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The Emperor class is depicted with a scythe in two pieces of official artwork, although this has yet to appear in any games as an actual weapon.
  • Emperors are the only class in Genealogy of the Holy War to have a Strength cap that exceeds 27.
  • In the Japanese version of Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, the Empress class shares its Japanese name with the Emperor class. While the two classes are mostly unrelated, the Empress class specializes in Fire magic, as Arvis did in Genealogy of the Holy War.
  • Emperors are the only Lance-wielding class in Shin Monshō no Nazo to have a double attack animation.

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