“Yeah. My friends were killed by the lord of that castle. I gotta avenge them.”
He originally attacks Roy, mistaking him for one of the corrupt Etrurian soldiers in order to avenge the capture and death of his comrades until Roy persuades him to do otherwise. He runs a trading business as well, and always risked storms and other seaborne hazards to deliver food to the villages of the Western Isles.
After the war, he reopened his trade routes.
Axe - B
*Replaces Brave Axe in Route B.
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- See also: Geese/Supports
In contrast to Gonzalez, Geese's stats are pointed towards being more balanced (not necessarily as good thing as he doesn't excel anywhere either). He also has a lower constitution than Gonzalez which enables him to be rescued by more units. Additionally, he also can promote earlier than Gonzalez in the A route due to Gonzalez's level dropping from 11 to 5. In all, he really wants to promote to benefit from the stat bonuses and +30 critical hit for added reliability in combating foes.
Geese - Ruler of the Seas (海の王者 Umi no ōja)
- Geese reopened his trading routes, where he started to regain his profits once again. He donated large portions of his wealth to the Western Isles, helping greatly in the area's development. His generous aid earned him the title of the "Ruler of the Seas".
- According to a Japanese gaming news website, Geese landed 31st place out of 80 in the character popularity poll for Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade.
- Geese is also the name of an arena enemy in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War.
- Geese has almost the same battle sprite as Ross from The Sacred Stones. They also possess a quite unique Pirate sprite because both lack stripes on their shirts, unlike regular Pirates.
- Geese nearly has the same growth rates as his brother, Geitz, with only their resistance growths differing by 10%.