Wikia

Fire Emblem Wiki

Owain

Redirected from Eudes

5,261pages on
this wiki
Talk8


“The blade of legend and song... I feel its power coursing through me! At last, my sword hand lays calm. Come, Mystletainn. Destiny beckons! The rest of these rogues are ours alone!”
—Owain receiving his personal sword, Missiletainn.

Owain (ウード, Ūdo, Oud in the Japanese version, and romanized as Eudes in the Knights of Iris art book) is a playable character from Fire Emblem Awakening, who returns in Fire Emblem Fates under the alias Odin (オーディン Ōdin). His birthday is July 15. He is the son of Lissa.

In Fates, he is the father of Ophelia.

In the English version he is voiced by Kaiji Tang, while in the Japanese version he is voiced by Hidenori Takahashi.

ProfileEdit

AwakeningEdit

Owain is the son of Lissa and the cousin of Lucina from the future. Owain's supports and conversations with Laurent during the Hot-Spring Scramble reveal that he is a bit of a writer, and always tries to write other characters into his stories the way he sees fit to do it. He is quite proud of his heroic lineage and bears the Mark of the Exalt on his arm, proving that he and Lissa are of Ylissean Royalty bloodline. Owain has an "uncontrollable sword hand" which apparently seeks battle. However this is revealed to be merely for dramatic effect and he admits in the Hot-Spring Scramble that he really doesn't have uncontrollable power. He is part of the Justice Cabal along with Cynthia and Morgan.

Owain in the future helped his parents fight off the Risen once he was old enough to fight. However during a battle, a Risen archer attempted to attack Owain from behind, but his father pushed him out of the way and died taking the arrow intended for Owain. Later, during another battle, Lissa was killed while she was healing the wounded. Owain was given his mother's ring, which he continues to wear. In an Event Tile conversation with Lissa, he also took a piece of the staff she used when she was killed and named it "Lissa." He joined Lucina and the other children to return to the past and prevent the ruinous future.

In his paralogue the Sage's Hamlet is attacked by bandits. Owain steps in and attempts to quell the bandits. He successfully manages to take one down, but messes up trying to deal with another. Chrom and his army are standing off to side watching Owain's theatrics and decides to help him out. Upon meeting his mother on the battlefield Owain drops his dramatic speech style, happy to be reunited with her and happily teams up with Chrom's army. After the battle, Lissa notices that his arm bears the Mark of the Exalt. Lissa is relieved to know that she is true Ylissean royalty since the Mark of the Exalt appears on those of that lineage, even though hers never surfaced. Owain promises to protect Lissa as he joins Chrom's army.

After the defeat of Grima, Owain goes on a lengthy journey to "stay his sword hand." Many tales of a man matching his description begin to pop up from time to time.

In Owain's support with Lissa, he asks for the name of the staff that she's using, much to her confusion. To Owain's surprise, Lissa innocently tells him that her staff has no name, which greatly worries him. After many attempts to persuade her, Lissa finally names her staff "Owain," much to his discomfort. Owain tells her that she doesn't need to rely on her staff anymore, as he will be the one protecting her, not her weapon. In his support with his father, Owain's "sword arm" antics worries his father. Suddenly an assassin shoots an arrow at him, resulting in his father moving him out of the way, taking the shot. Owain remembers when a similar incident killed his father and Owain promises his father that he will never allow that to happen again.

In his supports with Lucina, it is revealed that he is very skilled in weapons maintenance, as he notices flaws on the Parallel Falchion immediately when she shows it to him. This is most likely due to his constant naming of weapons and viewing them as an ally rather than a tool.

The Future PastEdit

In an alternate timeline where Grima has successfully taken over the land, Owain is seen with Inigo, Yarne, and Brady, attempting to escape the Risen that are chasing them. Realising that they are unable to outrun them, Owain persuades Yarne and Brady to run ahead and deliver the Jewels to Lucina. Inigo decides to remain behind with Owain, thereafter severing a bridge that stretches out before the group after ensuring that Brady and Yarne have successfully crossed it. If all the children survive at the end of the battle, Owain and Inigo will reunite with Yarne and Brady, and the group succeeds in delivering the jewels to Lucina.

Half a year following Grima's demise in The Future Past 3, Owain and Kjelle, in reverence of the legacy left behind by their parents, will come to spearhead the reinstatement of the Shepherds, affectionately renaming it to "Chrom's New Shepherds". During a meeting conducted by the group, Owain, depressed at the knowledge that "the world finally speaks his language", plans to become a performer with Inigo and Brady in tow.

FatesEdit

Some time after the events of Awakening, Owain, alongside Severa and Inigo, travels in the world of Fates and joins the Nohr army, taking on the alias "Odin Dark". Odin, who performs daily research into "amazing special moves" and still enjoys naming his weapons, becomes a dark mage in service to Leo alongside Niles. If he achieves an S-Support, he will have a daughter named Ophelia.

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.

Hidden TruthsEdit

Owain is recruited by Anankos to serve as a retainer to his child the Avatar. He agrees to go with Anankos to Valla. His hair is changed offscreen by Anankos. Later when their powers were unable to harm the forces of Valla, Anankos bestows his power upon him and transforms him into a Dark Mage, hiding his mark as well. Near the end he is sent to Nohr by Anankos without being informed of his child's name, where he comes to serve Leo.

Spoilers end here.

BirthrightEdit

As the Avatar travels through the Woods of the Forlorn, Odin and Niles accompany Leo as he attacks the Hoshidan army in the woods. Eventually defeated by them, Odin allows the Hoshidan Army to pass.

Later, as the Hoshidan Army begins to siege the castle, Leo has a short conversation with the Avatar before the leave to face Xander and Garon. Odin and Niles, who were in the shadows eavesdropping, wonder what Leo is thinking. Leo merely states that something big was going to happen and they best prepare.

SupportsEdit

During Odin's supports with Selena, he casts a curse on her during her sleep to have pleasant dreams. The dreams he makes for her are references to the Harvest Scramble and Hot-Spring Scramble Xenologues from Awakening. His supports with Laslow also reference the Harvest Scramble as well as the events of, their true names and their support conversations from Awakening.

PersonalityEdit

Owain has a habit of speaking in an overly theatrical fashion that some people find tiresome to deal with. He is somewhat preoccupied with the idea of being a hero and seeks the fabled sword the Missiletainn in his quest, unaware that it is not the Mystletainn, but just a normal sword. Lucina describes him as a "colorful" character. He is always eager to fight others, stating that his sword hand seeks to battle, even to his own father. He also has the habit of giving odd names to weapons and moves, the names of which are all references to past Fire Emblem games, as he strongly believes giving a weapon a name gives it power, turning it into an ally instead of a mere tool.

In Fates, he's largely the same, but his theatrics have been fueled even more by the fact that he now uses magic instead of a sword, allowing him to come up with more names for his 'moves', weapons and even everyday objects. Though his supports with Laslow and Selena show he's surprisingly grown up, perhaps even more than them. While Selena has homesickness and Laslow fears he's starting to forget his old life, Odin seems to be dealing with it much better and even helps both of them to overcome their struggles. This also extends to his daughter, Ophelia, where, despite copying and 'improving' her moves, he really cares about her well being and is often seen as a doting father. After discovering from his daughter that she has inherited the Brand of the Exalt like him, he expresses shock about it and explains fragments of his back-story from Awakening - including her grandmother, Grima's death and Ylisse - to show how lucky she is to inherit it despite not making sense to her. He then says that after the war they will return to Ylisse and explain the story in full.

He is the most hot-blooded member of the army and the most likely to shout "Level up!". 

In GameEdit

Fire Emblem AwakeningEdit

Base StatsEdit

  • Note: These are his default base stats. To get the actual base stats, use the following formula: [(Lissa's current stats - Lissa's class base stats) + (father's current stats - father's class base stats) + Owain's absolute base stats] / 3 + Owain's class base stats


Starting Class
FE13 Owain Myrmidon Map SpriteMyrmidon
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res Mov
10 10 4 4 5 6 9 6 5 5
Skills Weapon Starting Items
Avoid +10Avoid +10
Vantage (Kakusei)Vantage*
SwordIconFE13Sword - C Steel Sword FE13 IconSteel Sword

* - Owain will also inherit the last active Skill from both of his parents, except Skills exclusive to DLC.

Growth RatesEdit

  • Note: His growth rates vary, depending on who his father is.

Max Stat ModifersEdit

Father Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res
Avatar Varies Varies Varies Varies Varies Varies Varies
Frederick +1 +1 +2 -1 +3 +2 +2
Virion -1 +3 +2 +3 +2 -2 +2
Stahl +1 +2 +1 +1 +1 +2 +1
Vaike +2 +1 +1 +2 +2 0 0
Kellam 0 +3 +1 -1 +1 +3 +2
Donnel 0 +2 -1 0 +6 +1 +1
Lon'qu -1 +3 +3 +4 +3 -2 0
Ricken -2 +5 0 +1 +4 -1 +2
Gaius 0 +2 +2 +3 +1 -1 +2
Gregor +1 +2 +2 +1 +2 +1 0
Libra -1 +4 +1 +1 +2 +0 +3
Henry 0 +4 +2 +1 +1 +1 +1

SupportsEdit

AwakeningEdit
See also: Owain/Supports

Romantic Supports

Other Supports

Class SetsEdit

Standard SetsEdit
Class Sets
Base Classes Possible Promotions
-
-
Inherited SetsEdit
Father:
Class Sets
Base Classes Possible Promotions
-
All other available male classes.
-
-
Inheritance from Lissa

Owain cannot be re-classed into the following class sets, but it is possible for him to inherit a skill from them.

OverallEdit

AwakeningEdit

Base Class Owain's base class is the Myrmidon class which capitalizes high speed and skill which he thankfully gets from Lissa's base growths meaning high dodge rates, consistent double attacks, and increased likeliness of critical attacks. His HP, Strength, Magic, and Luck are also quite high making him a solid offensive unit regardless of who his father is. However, like Lissa, his defensive growths are lower than his other growths, but they still will level up consistently barring inheritance from his father.

Regardless, Owain gets a plethora of useful skills from his base class and its promotions. Myrmidon gives Vantage which is great for Owain to kill enemies if he is low on health before they can kill him. His two base promotions are the Assassin and Swordmaster, both of which are great to consider for Owain considering they have the same speed cap so preference comes down to what you want out of Owain. Swordmaster focuses more on durability with a higher defense and resistance cap than the Assassin class. He gains Astra at level 5 which is a good attacking skill given his high skill and Swordfaire for more strength to his attacks, although this is will not help as much if he has a magic oriented father. From the Assassin class, Owain can learn Lethality, although due to its low activation rate Owain will not pull off this skill even with his high skill cap. Pass allows Owain to avoid being cornered by the enemy, although a Rescue staff can bring him out of range if needed.

Owain is also unique since he has a personal weapon; the Missiletainn. It is a slightly modified Steel Sword, having the same strength but a lower hit rate in exchange for a slightly higher critical boost and +1 to his skill stat. Whether or not this weapon will prove to be useful or not is up to the player. Keep in mind that it has limited durability and unless Owain has access to the Armsthrift skill or a Hammerne staff, the Infinite Regalia DLC map is the only way to secure another copy if the original breaks.

Reclassing/Maternal InheritanceEdit

Lissa: Lissa's entire class set is exclusive to females so Owain inherits a completely different set of classes. At the same time this means that Owain can inherit a female exclusive skill and it is recommended. Out of all of Lissa's female skills Galeforce and Dual Support+ are the two main skills to consider. Galeforce complements Owain nicely in his offensive role, allowing him to attack and possibly kill two enemy units in one turn or kill and retreat to get healed after a fight. Dual Support+ makes him a good supporting partner, boosting his partner's Dual Support bonus by four levels. Only one can be passed down so consider which one will suit your play style best.

Lissa's base class translates into the Priest Class which is essentially a male version of the Cleric class. For the most part, unless Owain has a magic oriented father like Ricken or Henry, Owain should only come into this class if he needs their skills. Miracle is a very helpful skill as due to Lissa's high luck growth combined with a father who passes down a good Luck modifier will ensure that he has a very high activation rate for it. From the War Monk class he can learn Renewal, which will make him harder to kill and eases pressure for your healers. The other class Owain will inherit is the Barbarian class, along with the promotions Berserker and Warrior. From the Warrior class he can learn Counter, which will punish any non-lethal damage he receives, which when combined with Miracle can severely hurt enemy units if the player plans to make him like a typical Counter-using unit; rushing towards the enemy to deal damage and reflect any damage they inflict on him.

Paternal InheritanceEdit

For Owain's Paternal Inheritance, see here: Owain/Paternal Inheritance

Fire Emblem FatesEdit

Base StatsEdit

Starting Class
FE14 Odin Dark Mage Map SpriteDark Mage
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res Mov
5 21 5 8 10 7 9 6 7 5
Skills Weapon Starting Items
BloodBoilAching Blood
BindHeartseeker
FE14 Tome Tome - D Thunder
Vulnerary

Starting Class
FE14 Odin Dark Mage Map SpriteDark Mage
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res Mov
12 24 8 12 12 10 12 7 10 5
Skills Weapon Starting Items
BloodBoilAching Blood
BindHeartseeker
FE14 Tome Tome - C Thunder

As an EnemyEdit

Birthright Chapter 18 - LeoEdit

Starting Class
FE14 Odin Sorcerer (Enemy) Map SpriteSorcerer
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res Mov
5 29 5 15 16 14 9 13 18 6
Skills Weapon Starting Items
BloodBoilAching Blood
BindHeartseeker
FE14 Tome Tome - A Nosferatu
Horse Spirit (Dropped)

Starting Class
FE14 Odin Sorcerer (Enemy) Map SpriteSorcerer
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res Mov
5 29 5 17 16 14 9 13 18 6
Skills Weapon Starting Items
BloodBoilAching Blood
BindHeartseeker
Vengeance (FE13)Vengeance
FE14 Tome Tome - A Nosferatu
Horse Spirit (Dropped)

Starting Class
FE14 Odin Sorcerer (Enemy) Map SpriteSorcerer
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res Mov
5 31 5 19 18 16 11 15 20 6
Skills Weapon Starting Items
BloodBoilAching Blood
BindHeartseeker
Devilish WindMalefic Aura
Vengeance (FE13)Vengeance
FE14 Tome Tome - A Nosferatu
Horse Spirit (Dropped)

Xenologue 20 - Heirs of Fate 6: Lost in the WavesEdit

Starting Class
Mov
-

Starting Class
Mov
-

Starting Class
Mov
-

Growth RatesEdit

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res
55% 45% 50% 55% 45% 60% 45% 30%

◾ Note: Growth Rates are based on the character in their starting class

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res
55% 35% 55% 55% 45% 60% 45% 35%

◾ Note: Growth Rates as a Sorcerer

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res
70% 55% 40% 60% 40% 65% 55% 25%

◾ Note: Growth Rates as a Dark Knight

Max Stat ModifiersEdit

Str Mag Skl Spd Luk Def Res
0 +1 +1 -1 +1 0 -1

SupportsEdit

See also: Odin/Supports

Romantic Supports

Other Supports

Class SetsEdit

Standard Sets

Class Sets
Base Classes Possible Promotions

Friendship Sets

Buddy Sets
Possible Candidates Base Classes Possible Promotions

Buddy Sets
Possible Candidates Base Classes Possible Promotions
None
None
None

Partner Sets

Marriage Sets
Possible Candidates Base Classes Possible Promotions
Varies
Varies
Varies

Marriage Sets
Possible Candidates Base Classes Possible Promotions

Special Classes

Class Sets
Base Classes Possible Promotions
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

OverallEdit

Base Class
Odin overall has has very shaky growth rates in Magic and Speed which, when combined with low bases in each stat, can make him relatively difficult to use as a magic user. With no outstanding growths in any stat aside from Luck, his stat growth chances are random which can lead to a phenomenal Odin Mage or a lack luster one. Nyx overall has more reliability than Odin in fulfilling a potent Mage, especially in Conquest, but there are some benefits for him. His HP, Skill, Luck, and Defense are respectable, but they do not make up for his riskier growths. However, Odin has the quirk from his Personal Skill, Aching Blood, which increases his critical hit rate when he is wielding a forged weapon with a name containing at least 12 characters in it. It is highly emphasized that if using Odin, it is optimal to make sure his weapons fulfill this requirement to get the most out of him. This does mean that he syncs well with high critical hit weapons like most Killer weapons and Mjolnir. In addition, unlike Nyx, Odin's defenses are respectable, meaning he has an easier time tanking hits with Nosferatu, which synergizes well with Odin's difficulties landing double attacks, given that Nosferatu cannot be doubled with anyways.

Odin's flaws are even more stressed if he promotes into a Dark Knight; while Odin has a solid strength growth to make use of Swords, he gains no additional points of magic upon promotion, and his magic growth rate is lowered as well. However, as a Dark Knight, Odin benefits greatly from extra movement range, as well as becoming rather tanky due to his high HP and Defense growths. His strength as mentioned before is solid as well in this class, although he has to grind swords. He suffers from low speed and resistance, but his high HP should be enough to absorb some attacks. Overall, Sorcerer is probably a better option than Dark Knight if his magic is too low at promotion. However, if his magic and speed are good enough, Dark Knight is a viable choice.

Secondary Class
While Odin as a Dark Mage is a relative gamble, he is quite sufficient offensively if he reclasses into a Samurai. While he does have to grind his Sword weapon proficiency up from scratch (although his early join helps with this), and his strength growth rate is still relatively shaky as well, Odin's increased HP, Speed, Skill and Luck growth rates give him greater sufficiency at being able to handle opponents one-on-one. In addition, the skills Duelist's Blow and Vantage give Odin a backbone offensively in terms of being able to avoid taking too much damage. As a Swordmaster, Astra and Swordfaire give Odin increased offensive capabilities by being able to inflict more damage. Swordmaster also has +10 passive crit, stacking with his personal skill and Odin's naturally high skill stat well. Odin as a Master of Arms is rather risky in Conquest, considering he would have to grind two entirely weapon ranks up from scratch and his speed is mediocre, but Seal Strength can enable Odin to cripple opponents he cannot KO, and Life and Death, while risky, compounds well with Odin's solid HP, Speed, Luck, and Defense growth rates.

Buddy Class
Odin has three buddy classes from Leo, Niles, and Laslow.

  • Leo: Leo provides the Troubadour class. Odin's base magic growth rate is a little too low to safely be leveling in the Troubadour class; however, given Odin will frequently be positioned behind a more durable unit, some of the skills in the class line can be of use. Resistance +2 can slightly alleviate Odin's issues with his Resistance growth rate, but it will likely fall out of usage in favor of other skills. Gentilhomme, on the other hand, synergizes well with Odin constantly being positioned near more durable units, as he can reduce the damage taken from nearby female allies like Effie or Camilla that are commonly used for tanking hits. The Strategist class is a possible class for Odin to stay in, as its base growth rates in magic and speed are, while shaky, enough that Odin may be able to consistently gain magic and speed in this class, though he may also not gain as much magic as he would from the Sorcerer class or Speed from the Swordmaster class. However, the skills obtainable in this class are well suited to Odin's nature of being positioned behind other units. Rally Resistance can be used to support allies in taking magical attacks, which may come of use in Conquest in the chapters featuring enemy Sorcerers. Inspiration can stack with Gentilhomme to further support Odin's allies. Odin's magic growth is a little too low to safely grow in the Butler class, but the skills there can be of use. Live to Serve is useless on Odin unless he is in a staff-using class, but Tomebreaker can alleviate Odin's shaky resistance growth by providing him advantageous match-ups against enemy Sorcerers and Onmyojis.
  • Laslow: Laslow provides the Mercenary class, another physical class option that Odin can benefit greatly off of with his base growths. However, the skills in the class line also synergize well with Odin as a magic user. Good Fortune works well with Odin's high luck stat, and Strong Riposte can be used in tandem with Nosferatu for better insurance against enemy units. From the Hero class, Odin can get Sol, which can provide him with additional healing, and Axebreaker for additional insurance against enemy axe users. From the Bow Knight class, Odin can get Rally Skill, which can be used to support allies. Shurikenbreaker gives Odin insurance against enemy Shuriken users, which he can make use of as a Sorcerer or Dark Knight to reverse the weapon triangle. This is particularly useful on the Conquest route, especially if it is compounded with the Calamity Gate that is obtainable in Ophelia's paralogue, as Odin would normally have difficulties dealing with the numerous Master Ninjas and Maids that appear in the last couple of chapters of the Conquest route.
  • Niles: Niles provides the Outlaw class for more utility skills.

Marriage Options

  • Elise - See Leo, as they give Odin access to the same class
  • Orochi - Orochi can pass Odin the Diviner class line. While the class line gives Odin lower magic growth rates, the increased speed growth rates can be of use to Odin. Magic +2 can give Odin more power, though it likely will not replace other skills of use. Future Sight synergizes well with Odin's high luck growth rate, and can help alleviate the fact that Odin joins so late in Revelations at such a low level. From the Onmyoji class, Odin can pick up Rally Magic, another rally skill, and Tomefaire, which increases Odin's overall power with Tomes and can even be carried back into the Sorcerer or Dark Knight classes. The Basara classes' balanced growth rates may be risky for Odin to level in, but he benefits from having a class with a high luck cap. Rend Heaven works well with Odin's high skill growth rate, and can even be brought into the Dark Knight class if Odin is having issues with offense. Quixotic seems risky, but given that Odin usually relies on his defenses instead of evasion if he is in a magical class, it is not entirely too dangerous, given that Odin would greatly appreciate the ability to activate Astra or Rend Heaven more often.

QuotesEdit

Awakening Edit

Owain/Awakening Quotes

Fates Edit

Odin/Fates Quotes

Possible EndingsEdit

AwakeningEdit

Owain - Chosen One
Owain tried settling down in Ylisse but ultimately set off on a lengthy quest to "stay his sword hand." Oddball heroes matching his description continue to crop up in local legends to this day.
Owain 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, Owain, above all else.
Owain and Lucina
Owain set off on a lengthy quest with Lucina to "stay his sword hand." Did they simply journey to another land, or did they return to their own time? None know for certain.
Owain and Kjelle
Owain set off on a lengthy quest with Kjelle to "stay his sword hand." ...The idea was actually Kjelle's, and he was just along while she trained, but she had the grace to let his delusions continue.
Owain and Cynthia
Owain set off on a lengthy quest with Cynthia to "stay his sword hand." Their semidelusional journey was said to be one of much mayhem and mirth.
Owain and Severa
Owain set off on a lengthy quest with Severa to "stay his sword hand." Though Severa nagged her husband mercilessly, she also provided much love and support.
Owain and Morgan
Owain set off on a lengthy quest with Morgan to "stay his sword hand." While Morgan's memory never returned, she didn't seem to miss it, and the two lived out their days most happily.
Owain and Noire
Owain set off on a lengthy quest with Noire to "stay his sword hand." Noire worried endlessly about what terrors her husband's sword hand might hold, but as it turned out, there were none.
Owain and Nah
Owain set off on a lengthy quest with Nah to "stay his sword hand." Nah got much eye-rolling practice during the journey, but she stayed by her husband's side nonetheless.

FatesEdit

Odin - Aching Blood (力を封印せし者)

Records exist of Odin returning to Nohr, but his activities after the war are shrouded in mystery. Stories of his bravery became tales of legendary heroism, leading some to mimic his odd behavior.
Odin and the Avatar (Revelation)
The two spent the rest of their lives together, Avatar ruling as the wise Queen of Valla. Odin mysteriously vanished after the war but one day reappeared with his wife and no explanation.
Odin and Camilla
There are no official records of Odin from after the war, but much was written about (and by) him. His wife, Camilla, also disappeared from public view. She was happy to spend time alone with her family.
Odin and Elise
There are no official records of Odin from after the war, but much was written about (and by) him. His wife, Elise, also disappeared from public record but no doubt grew into a remarkable woman.
Odin and Kagero
There are no official records of Odin from after the war, but much was written about (and by) him. Kagero vanished around the same time, but tales of Odin always included his darling wife as well.
Odin and Nyx
There are no official records of Odin from after the war, but much was written about (and by) him. There are no records of Nyx from after the war, but supposedly she only used her magic to help others.
Odin and Orochi
There are no official records of Odin from after the war, but much was written about (and by) him. His wife, Orochi, also vanished at the same time. Her last reading was that the world had a bright future.
Odin and Peri
There are no official records of Odin from after the war, but much was written about (and by) him. Records of his wife end around the same time, as does a curious string of missing-persons cases.
Odin and Selena
There are no official records of Odin from after the war, but much was written about (and by) him. Selena also disappeared from public record, although she was often referenced in folktales.

Super Smash Bros. SeriesEdit

Owain appears in Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 3DS as a collectable trophy. His trophy displays him in his Myrmidon base class, wielding a Killing Edge.

3DS InfoEdit

Type Image Description
Owain OwainTrophy3DS When Owain first runs into Lissa, he introduces himself as her son from the future and proves his royal heritage with the Brand of the Exalt on his arm. He brings theatrics to battle, referring to his weapons with names he's given them and shouting the names of his special moves as he performs them.

Non-Canon AppearancesEdit

Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)Edit

Owain is illustrated in the trading card game Fire Emblem Cipher with the following cards:

EtymologyEdit

Owain is a name that can mean "noble-born". It is a Welsh variant of the name "Owen". Eudes is a French name meaning "wealth", likely referencing his continuous flow of ideas for weapons and techniques. It is also a form of "Oto", a Germanic name that also means "wealth".

Odin is the Norse god of healing, death, royalty, the gallows, knowledge, battle, poetry, frenzy, the runic alphabet, and most interestingly sorcery, matching Odin's Dark Mage base class. He is also known as the father of the thunder god, Thor. His name lines up with the Tomes of Fates, most of which are named after important items and events in Norse mythology.

TriviaEdit

  • Owain was voted the second most popular male character in the official Fire Emblem Awakening Character Popularity Poll in Japan.
    • Owain, as Odin, placed 8th in the official popularity poll for Fire Emblem Fates
  • Owain's birthday is the same day that Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no Nazo was first released in Japan.
  • Owain shares his English voice actor, Kaiji Tang, with Shiro and Ignatius from Fates.
  • In one of his battle quotes, he refers to the other previous titles of the series, using their subtitles, such as Radiant Dawn, The Sacred Stones, Shadow Dragon, and even The Binding Blade.
    • He also has attacks he calls Ike's Ghost, Nephenee's Lance, and Shinon Strike, referencing the Tellius Series games.
    • In the Hidden Truths DLC, Odin references the titles of the three paths in Fates, Birthright, Conquest, and Revelation: "I suppose being heroes is our birthright. Or maybe we crave the thrill of conquest... the seduction of revelation."
  • Owain's map sprite as a Myrmidon shows him in his trademark pose with his hand covering his face.
  • If Owain obtains an S-Support with Lucina, a Chrom-fathered Cynthia or Kjelle, or an Emmeryn-mothered Morgan, their status screens will refer to each other as "Companion", instead of "Husband" or "Wife", like in the Japanese version. The reason for this was probably to remove the implications of an incestuous relationship between cousins. However, all support dialogue between the latter three do not change regardless if Cynthia and Kjelle are the daughters of Chrom or Morgan is the daughter of Emmeryn.
  • Owain's official artwork in Awakening depicts him wielding a Killing Edge.
  • If the Male Avatar marries Lissa, Owain will have both the Exalted Blood and Fell Dragon Blood. Owain is one of four children who can possibly have this trait, the other 3 being both Morgans and Lucina.
  • Owain is the only one of three returning child characters in Fates whose starting class is not the same as his Awakening starting class.
    • In Awakening, Owain does not naturally have Dark Mage in his class set, needing either the Avatar, Libra, or Henry as his father to have the class.
    • Odin's secondary class in Fates, Samurai, is his Myrmidon base class in Awakening
    • He is also the only one to have the same alias used in the Japanese and International versions of Fates.
  • In Fates, if Odin is given certain accessories, he'll react in different ways. These are Lucina's Butterfly Mask in which he states that he has always wanted to try it on, the Bear Hat where he questions if you have the same fashion sense as a member of his family, the Awakening Shield where he notes that it looks exactly like his country's treasure, and finally the Dragon Feather where he drops his over-dramatic act and simply states that he doesn't want to be near that nor does he want it.
  • If Odin is stationed at a food resource, he will reference the Harvest Scramble and his mother wearing a party hat.
  • In Project X Zone 2, Ingrid from Capcom Fighting Evolution references Owain by claiming she can't control her burning blood when paired with Chrom and Lucina.
  • Odin is the only character in Fates whose secondary class does not use the standard blue color but instead uses his yellow color scheme.
  • Odin's personal skill in Fates provides him with Crit +10 if he is using a weapon with a name that is at least 12 character long. This likely is a reference to Owain's personal weapon in Awakening, the Missiletainn, which happens to be exactly 12 characters long.

GalleryEdit


Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki