“As a child, I loved riding on my father’s boat. I respected my father, whom everyone called master. But one day, I ventured into the hold of the ship. I saw those broken men rowing, like lost souls in hell. I saw...children...who were my age...”
—Geitz in a support conversation with Fiora
Geitz was born to a merchant in Belgar. He and his family helped the people of Ilia when their crops died during the winter. As a child, he ventured into the hull on his father's ships to see children and slaves rowing the boat. Ever since then, he hated his father and broke all ties with his family.
After Nergal's death, it is unknown if Geitz reconciled with his family. If he has an A support with Dart, he will join him in his pirate ship.
Description: The eldest son of a wealthy merchant. Finding himself.
Normal Modes and Eliwood Hard ModeEdit
| Axe - B|
Bow - B
Hector Hard ModeEdit
| Axe - B|
Bow - B
- See also: Geitz/Supports
Geitz can be a great substitute Warrior if you chose not to use Dorcas or Bartre. He tends to be faster and stronger than his fighter alternatives. However, his resistance suffers the most, so it is not ideal to throw him up against magic users. He starts at level 3, so he has some room for improvement, and he does get some slight stat boosts in Hector's Hard Mode. As with most warriors, he will have trouble with fast, hard-hitting sword-users, although he can approach them with his bow. He has a B rank in both axes and bows, so he is a good candidate to use either the Rienfleche or the Basilikos in the final chapter, although you can only use one. He is an interesting character in supports, and most of his supports offer good offensive abilities.
Geitz - The Wanderer
Geitz resumed his aimless wandering. He still searches for a land that he can finally call his own.
“Ah, it was a miserable life... What could I expect but a miserable death...”
Final Chapter QuoteEdit
“This looks like fun! This is what I've been waiting for!!”
—Final Chapter Quote
“Come on, Mark! Do you really want me? Oh, bother. I hate the cold. What? Everyone's counting on me? ...Oh, fine...”
—Geitz to Tactician in Pale Flower of Darkness