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“Worry not, young prince/ss. Your power is beyond question, and your aim is true. No matter what path you walk or which kingdom you fight for... I am certain you will always make the right choice and use that blade for good.”
—Fuga, Conquest Chapter 20: Winds of Change

Fuga (フウガ Fūga) is a playable character in Fire Emblem Fates. He is voiced by Hiroshi Matsumoto in the Japanese version and by Imari Williams in the English version. He is only recruitable in the Revelation route.

ProfileEdit

The chieftain of Hoshido's Wind Tribe and best friend of the late King Sumeragi. He possesses a majesty unique to a veteran hero and his entire body exudes the presence of a stalwart warrior. He uses his opponent’s strength to determine their character and ability. In addition, he is Hayato's adoptive father: he was a close friend of Hayato's mother (whom he had feelings for, but never confessed them to her), and when she and her husband were murdered by Faceless, Fuga took their child in. He is the most loved by children. His birthday is January 8.

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.

BirthrightEdit

On the way to find Takumi and Ryoma, the Avatar and the party are halfway through the Eternal Staircase when they are attacked by Faceless. After battling them, they find out they were members of the Wind Tribe and that Iago disguised them as Faceless. Arriving at the Wind Tribe Village, the party goes to tell Fuga that their deaths were a misunderstanding. Fuga tells them that he will believe them if they can defeat him.

After the battle, Fuga notices that the Avatar has the Yato on them and comments about it and how he was friends with Sumeragi. He tells the Avatar that he already knows about the incident and believes them, because he would have never expected strangers to be willingly taken to his doorstep. After a short conversation, as part of a "mutual agreement", he allows Hayato to travel with the Avatar.

ConquestEdit

In Chapter 20, the Nohrian army travels into the Wind Tribe Village to use the Eternal Stairway, as all other routes to Hoshido are well protected. Fuga meets with the Avatar, telling them that his people are not involved in the war between the two kingdoms and notices the Yato on them. He allows the Nohrians to travel through the village, but demands the Avatar to fight him to see if they are worthy of the Yato, claiming that he will take up its noble cause if the Avatar is unworthy. Noticing two more divine weapons, Siegfried and Brynhildr, he proclaims that this will be a legendary fight and rounds up his best fighters, including Hayato, to battle the Nohrians.

After the battle, Fuga tells the Avatar that he sees their power and that they are worthy of the Yato. He leaves with Hayato to show the Nohrian army the way to the Eternal Staircase.

RevelationEdit

In Chapter 9, Fuga hears of the Avatar's neutrality in the war between Hoshido and Nohr under the belief that they wish to destroy both kingdoms. When they arrive at the village, they are accidentally kill some tribesmen who appeared as Faceless thanks to an illusion. Fuga confronts them, declaring that they are unworthy to wield the Yato, despite their protests that their true goal is to stop an unseen threat. Rinkah suddenly appears and vouches for the Avatar's sincerity, prompting Fuga to test the Avatar's abilities to see if they are worthy of their character. After a short skirmish in the village, Fuga accepts the Avatar's claims as their attacks lacked ill intents. Though he needs to continue to lead his people, he sends Hayato with them as a recruit for the Avatar's cause.

Once the player has upgraded the Hot Springs in their My Castle, Fuga will join the Avatar's cause, taking the place of Izana for this recruitment method.

Spoilers end here.

PersonalityEdit

Fuga's philosophy is that innocence can be proven through one's conviction in battle. Fuga has devoted so much of his life to fighting that he questions if he spent his life well, wishing he had enjoyed life and started a family like Sumeragi. He wonders if he is so old he should retire, but the Avatar encourages him his wisdom is needed for their cause to be successful. Near the end of their supports he also shows some fatherly qualities towards the Avatar. He acts as a mentor towards Hayato, and a bit towards the Avatar, pushing them forward on their path of peace in Revelation.

In-GameEdit

Base StatsEdit

As an EnemyEdit

Birthright Chapter 8 - Fierce WindsEdit

Conquest Chapter 20 - Winds of ChangeEdit

Revelation Chapter 9 - WandererEdit

Growth RatesEdit

HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res
40% 35% 0% 25% 15% 30% 20% 10%
  • Note: Growth Rates are based on the character in their joining class

Max Stat Modifiers Edit

Str Mag Skl Spd Luk Def Res
+2 -1 +1 0 -1 +2 -2

Supports Edit

See also: Fuga/Supports

Romantic Supports

Other Supports

Class SetsEdit

Standard SetsEdit

Class Sets
Base Classes Possible Promotions

Friendship SetsEdit

Buddy Sets
Possible Candidates Base Classes Possible Promotions

Partner SetsEdit

Marriage Sets
Possible Candidates Base Classes Possible Promotions
Varies
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Special ClassesEdit

Class Sets
Base Classes Possible Promotions
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QuotesEdit

Refer to Fuga/Quotes

Possible EndingsEdit

Fuga - Big Breeze (風の長 kazeno chou lit. Chief of Wind)

Fuga returned to his role as chief of the Wind Tribe and lived a long and happy life. Some think that he may have been the most deadly fighter ever, but the true extent of his strength remains unknown.
Avatar and Fuga
The two spent the rest of their lives together, Avatar ruling as the wise Queen of Valla. Fuga resigned as Chief of the Wind Tribe to spend more time in Valla with his new wife.

EtymologyEdit

Fuga's name may come from Fūga (風牙), meaning "wind fang".

TriviaEdit

  • Fuga shares his English voice actor, Imari Williams, with Benny.
  • If the female Avatar marries Fuga, the resulting Kana would be Hayato's adoptive brother.
  • Fuga was voted as the 35th most popular male character on Nintendo's official Fates character poll.
  • Fuga's attacks create a unique wind effect, a reference to him being chieftain of the Wind Tribe.
  • Unlike other romance options, Fuga's hair color is not shown. However, should the Avatar marry Fuga, the hair color of Kana will be a chestnut brown.
  • If Fuga has no weapon equipped and you look on his feet, a glitch will trigger and his legs will dissappear.

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