In Fates, the Hoshido Noble is one of two promotions of the Nohr Prince/Princess class and is strictly available only in Birthright and Revelation routes of Fates. It is the Hoshidan counterpart of the Nohr Noble class. Promoting from the Nohr Prince/Princess class, it retains the base class' ability to wield Swords/Katanas and the exclusive Dragonstone while giving them the new ability to utilize Staves and Rods. The class's stat growths remain largely the same as the Nohr Prince/Princess class, though they lose all Resistance stat modifiers and adds it to Defense
The class overall has more ally support based on the access for Staves/Rods and one of the class' key skills. They do have combat prowess with the other, though not as pronounced as Nohr Noble does. The skills of the class also are reflective of this. Training to Level 5 nets Dragon Ward gives all ally units adjacent to the user a free Pavise/Aegis combo shield, giving them a chance to halve all incoming damage. Training to Level 15 nets Hoshidan Unity, boosting the activation rate of all applicable skills by 10%.
In Fire Emblem Warriors, Nohr Noble and Hoshido Noble are just alternate skins, and do not feature different abilities.
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|Learnt at Level 5 and above.|
Learnt at Level 15 and above.
|Base Class||Promotion Method||Promoted Class(es)|
|Use a Master Seal on a Level 10+ Nohr Prince/Princess.|
Hoshido Noble (Birthright and Revelation only)
|Use a Master Seal on Male Corrin|
Known Hoshido NoblesEdit
- Promotion for: The Avatar and Kana (Birthright and Revelation Only)
- Can also be a promotion for other children, (if your female avatar marries a male unit without Dragon Blood, there could be a chance that the child might have Dragon Blood. Examples include Dwyer, Midori, Asugi, etc.)