“I'm Felgus, a traveling mercenary. Back in the city, I saw some soldiers harrassing a girl, so I went in to stop them. And the next thing I know, I get thrown in here. Great, huh?”
Felgus (フェルグス Ferugusu, Fergus in the fan translation) is a playable character in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776. He is a mercenary of mysterious origins, although it is implied that his father is Beowolf (meaning his half-brother would be Delmud) and that his mother is a noble from Conote. He was thrown into a Manster prison for beating up soldiers that were harassing Karin. He can use the Beo Sword, further hinting that he is Beowolf's son.
|Starting Class||Lv||HP||Str||Mag||Skl||Spd||Luk||Def||Bld||Mov||LS||MS||PC||Skill||Weapon||Starting Items|
|Free Knight||3||26||6||0||7||7||6||5||8||8||0||1||5||-||Sword - C(30)||-|
- Promotes to Forrest Knight
- Strength: +2
- Magic: +1
- Skill: +3
- Speed: +3
- Defense: +2
- Build: +1
- Move: +1
- +1 for Sword Mastery Rank
- Karin - 10%
- Karin - 10%
Felgus is a powerful unit all the way through the game. In the beginning and middle of the game, he can handle himself just fine, and with his pursuit critical coefficient of 5, he will destroy enemies with overwhelming criticals if he gets a second hit. In the later part of the game, he can wield the Beo Sword, and with that, he gets the Ambush skill, only adding to his usefulness. Also, he uses swords both mounted and unmounted, so he can fight well regardless of the conditions.
Felgus - The Free Knight (きままな自由騎士 Kimamana jiyū kishi)
Felgus disappeared like the wind after the war. Some said that he was prince of Conote. Others claimed that he was the legendary knight Beowulf's bastard child. The rumors and speculations about him never ceased, and now, the truth has been shrouded in mystery.
“Guh... I guess you can't...win them all...”
—Felgus's death quote in Thracia 776.
- Just like Nanna, Felgus was stated to be Beowolf's child in early versions of Nintendo's official website. The identity of his father was then concealed.
Fergus is an Irish, Manx and Scottish name meaning "man strength" or "virility".