- "Face it—my instincts are superior!" (Attack/Defense)
- "I can feel my skills improving." (Speed/Skill)
- "Behold! The Mother showers me with blessings!" (Luck/Resistance)
- "Er...I feel like something was supposed to happen here." (0-1 stats)
- "Training further seems a waste of time, honestly" (Max stats)
- "If this is my new calling, so be it!"
First Turn SelectionEdit
- "Hah! Stand aside!"
- "All right, sure!" (medium health)
- "If you say so..." (low health)
- "I have no deference for one who would wield unjust power over his people. Such a despot is no god of mine!" (final battle)
- "Whoa, what?"
- "I meant to do that!"
Enemy Deals 1 or No DamageEdit
- "You're not taking me seriously!"
- "Give it up!"
Healed by AllyEdit
- "'Preciate it."
- "Whew. Thank you!"
Used Healing ItemEdit
- "I love these!" (loved)
- "Oh, yum!" (liked)
- "Not too bad, I suppose." (neutral)
- "Augh, do I have to." (disliked)
- "In the name of Zofia!"
- "The gauntlets are off!"
- "Take care, now!"
- "Oh yes!"
- "Ha ha!"
- "For Zofia!"
- "Too amazed to fight back?"
- "I'm a Forsyth to be reckoned with!"
- "What? You were in my way!"
- "Bad luck, friend."
Nearby Ally Defeated Enemy Edit
- "Wow, he's actually trying!" (Python)
- "Trying to make me jealous?" (Python)
- "See? You've got this!" (Python)
- "Very impressive !" (Clive ?)
- "I knew you'd come through!"
- "Keep it up!"
- "Ooh, so fancy!"
- "You've improved!"
- "I knew you had it in you!"
Nearby Ally Below Half Health Edit
- "Shall we make a habit of this?" (easy victory)
- "We need to fight more effectively." (hard victory)
- "I think I got carried away..." (fatigued)
- "I'd try to stay detached, but..." (an ally dies)
- "Sir Clive! What am I to do now?" (Clive dies)
- "For goodness sake, Python, get up! Python?" (Python dies)
“It appears I'm done for... Forgive me, Sir Clive... I'm no use to you any...more...”
—Forsyth's death quote in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
Base Conversations Edit
"Oh! Er, hello, Alm. Are you faring well? I must say, it’s an honor to be fighting alongside Sir Mycen’s grandson. …Laying it on too thick? Ha ha! Oh dear. I’m told I do that a lot. I suppose I just say what I feel without filtering it first. Python told me I should tone it down because it’s rather shameful… But really, what’s the harm?"Second conversation
"I’ve known Python since we were little. We grew up in a tiny town together. My father was a scholar who made a name for himself at our lord’s manor. Naturally, I thought academia would be my lot in life as well, but I could never quite let go of my dreams of being a knight. So I talked Python into joining the army. Not like he had anything better to do. And yes, I knew a commoner like me would never become a knight. But I thought if I fought hard and the king noticed me, then maybe… Pah. It was foolishness. Still, every time I was about to give up, Python would cheer me on. He’d say, “You can’t throw in the towel now!” “That stupid dream is all you’ve got!” …Hmm? You think he was teasing me? What does it matter? Because of him, I kept at it—and look where I am now. A lieutenant in the Deliverance! I couldn’t be happier."Third conversation
"When I first enlisted, the Deliverance was shorthanded. And yet, the men running it were still all knights of noble birth. Only one of them paid any heed at all too my or Python's exploits. ... That's right. It was Sir Clive. He made me a lieutenant even when the others cried no. Then he made sure Python was taken care of as well. I'm not sure Python fully appreciates it, but that's a separate issue. With so many people opposing me, I knew I'd never truly be their equal. But the chance Sir Clive gave me meant something, and I shall never forget it. I swore to follow that man to the ends of Valentia if he asked."