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“You know that Silessean royalty claims direct lineage with the Wind God Forseti. That means you are the only one capable of succession. Only you can preserve the Silessean lineage. And the people wish it of you as well. Lewyn, the queen was in tears when I left. Please... Sniff... just come back with me.”
—Erinys in Genealogy of the Holy War.

Erinys (フュリー Fyurī, translated Ferry in the Japanese version, Fury in the Super Tactics Book, and Erin in fan translation) is a character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. She is one of the Four Angelic Knights of Silesse, and is the younger sister of the squad's captain, Annand. Both Erinys and her sister are childhood friends and retainers to the wayward Prince Lewyn of Silesse. She leads a squad towards Sigurd's army while searching for Lewyn, having been deceived that Lewyn had been kidnapped by Sigurd.

Erinys is the only playable female character in Sigurd's tale who is not of noble heritage or holy crusader descent. When paired up, Erinys's children will be Fee and Ced. According to the events of Fire Emblem: Thracia 776, she is canonically wed to Lewyn.

After the Battle of Belhalla, Erinys will be crowned queen of Silesse after Rahna's death. She reigns as best she can while awaiting her husband's return to the country, but will eventually succumb to an unknown illness.

PersonalityEdit

Erinys sports a sweet, polite and honest personality, also appearing oblivious towards her suitors. This can be seen when she is paired up with Lewyn, when he mentions that he feels that she is better looking than her sister is. This essentially means that Lewyn is in love with her, but Erinys appears to be rather oblivious to his affections, and only realises this very fact when he confesses directly to her.

In the second generation of Genealogy of the Holy War, Ced will mention that Fee resembles her mother, suggesting that Erinys "[never] could turn a blind eye when somebody was in trouble."

In-GameEdit

Base StatsEdit

Starting Class Holy Blood
FE4 Pegasus Knight SpritePegasus Knight -
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res Mov Lead Gold
6 32 11 1 12 18 7 9 9 8 0 8,000
Skills Weapon Starting Items

PursuitPursuit

FE4 SwordSword - B
FE4 LanceLance - B

FE4SlimLanceSlim Lance

Growth RatesEdit

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res
50% 20% 10% 20% 30% 20% 30% 10%

Promotion GainsEdit

Promoted Class
FE4 Falcon Knight Sprite Falcon Knight
Str Mag Skl Spd Def Res Mov
0 +7 +5 +3 +1 +5 0
Weapon Ranks
FE4 Sword +1 FE4 Lance +1 FE4 Staff C

OverviewEdit

Erinys appears in Chapter 2 with a battlion of her own soldiers near the castle of Agusty, searching for leads to Prince Lewyn's whereabouts. Chagall, the king of Agustria, lies to her, telling her Lewyn has been captured by the Grannvale army and faces execution. This leads to Erinys immediately leading her squadron towards the direction of Sigurd's army in a bid to rescue Lewyn, expressing no hesitation to attack any Grannvale soldier she comes across.

However, Erinys can be recruited into Sigurd's army by speaking to her with Lewyn, in which he chastises her for her foolishness in putting her trust into Chagall. It is recommended to transfer Finn's Brave Lance over to her inventory when Chapter 3 is reaching its closure, as he will leave for Leonster at the beginning of the preceding chapter.

Erinys is also the only flying unit in the first generation, making her extremely useful for covering long distances at one turn. She can also be used to attract the attention of Reptor's army, forcing them to make their move as early as possible.

Erinys is best paired up with either Lewyn or Claud. Claud will be able to pass the Valkyrie Staff down onto Ced, alongside drastically increasing his Resistance growth, and will allow Fee to use B-level staves after promoting to Falcon Knight. Lewyn, on the other hand, will pass the Forseti down onto Ced, alongside blessing him with one go.

ConversationsEdit

In Chapter 2, if Lewyn speaks to Erinys, he can recruit her.

In Chapter 2, Erinys may speak to Sigurd, but nothing will result of it.

In Chapter 4, before Thove Castle is captured, if neither Sylvia, Lewyn, nor Erinys has a lover, position Sylvia adjacent to Erinys. This will trigger the occurrence of a conversation, in which Sylvia will gain 50 love points with Lewyn, and Erinys gaining 25 love points with him.

In Chapter 4, if neither Erinys nor Lewyn has a lover, after Silesse Castle is captured, Lewyn may speak to Erinys, resulting in them falling in love instantly.

In Chapter 5, after Phinora Castle is captured, if Erinys is in love with either Lewyn, Arden or Naoise, she may speak to her lover, but nothing will result of it.

Love GrowthsEdit

QuotesEdit

Battle ConversationsEdit

As an EnemyEdit

“Knights of Grannvale! Return Prince Lewyn to us!”
—Erinys

“Prince Lewyn!? Th, this isn't possible...”
—Erinys

As an AllyEdit

Chagall: Mwahaha, it's you... Finally realised the truth, did you? You stupid woman.
Erinys: Chagall! You lied to me... I cannot forgive you! Prepare yourself!

Deet'var: Heheheh, Erinys... This is a fine meeting... I'll present your head to Duke Maios as a souvenir!
Erinys: No way, Deet'var! I'm not the Erinys you once knew. I won't lose.
Deet'var: Heh. Erinys, you crybaby. You're all talk. Don't make me laugh!!

Pamela: Oh, it's Erinys... So, you came back, huh.
Erinys: Pamela!! I can never forgive you for what you did to my sister!
Pamela: Hmph. How rude of you to say such things! I'll send you to your sister! Prepare yourself!!

Death QuotesEdit

“Prince Lewyn, please forgive me...”
—Erinys's death quote as an ally

“Ah... Queen Rahna... Please forgive me...”
—Erinys's death quote as an enemy

Non-Canon AppearancesEdit

Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)Edit

Erinys is illustrated in the trading card game with the following cards:

EtymologyEdit

The Erinyes, singular Erinys, are goddesses of vengeance from Greek mythology, said to have been born of Uranus's body after he was slain by his son Kronos. Normally residing in the underworld, the Erinyes ascended to the earth to pursue the wicked. They are also known as Furies, the origin of Erinys's Japanese name.

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