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“Errrgh... You...bitch...! Someone! Capture her! I'll kill you all... I'll kill you, I say!”
—Kempf, after being taunted by Olwen into charging

Kempf (クンプフ) is an antagonist from Fire Emblem: Thracia 776. He is a very arrogant noble of the Freege family and the self-proclaimed rival of Reinhardt, whom he deeply envies. He despises Reinhardt's younger sister, Olwen, for this reason.

ProfileEdit

Kempf is introduced in Chapter 11 when Olwen is requesting reinforcements from him. Using the excuse that she cannot identity the enemy, he refuses to aid her. When she mentions that Largo's life is on the line, he simply remarks that he would die soon regardless because of this old age. Eventually, Kempf claims that she will run to Reinhardt in tears in order to anger her. He also claims that Reinhardt's greatest talent is seducing women. His words deeply anger Olwen and provoke her into attacking him, causing him to declare her as a traitor. After she is imprisoned in the dungeon of the fortress, he reveals that he intentionally provoked in hopes of removing Reinhardt from his position. When he meets with Fred, he decides to use Olwen as a hostage to force him to fight to the death against Leif's army. During his battle against Leif, he uses Fred as bait to lure Leif into a trap of being isolated in a single area with many surrounding ballistae attacking.

When Leif seizes Dandrum Fortress, Kempf abandons all of his soldiers and flees to the dungeon beneath it. Before escaping, he orders his subordinates to initiate a "Murder Hollace,", which essentially means that they are ordered to fight to the death. Later in the game, Kempf appears again when he is guarding the Norden Line and receives strict orders not to leave his position at the bridge. Before Kempf enters his next battle with Leif's army, Nicolov criticizes him for his cowardly behavior at Dandrum and tells him not to become too confident in himself. If Olwen speaks to Kempf during the chapter, she will point out his cowardice and say that he will never compare to Reinhardt. This infuriates Kempf and provokes him into leaving his position. Whether he is killed or captured depends on the actions of the player.

In GameEdit

StatsEdit

Starting Class
Mage Knight
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Bld Mov LS MS PC
10 40 12 9 12 12 10 9 14 5 3 1 2
Skills Weapon Starting Items

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FE5 Sword IconSword - A
FE5 Fire IconFire - D
FE5 Thunder IconThunder - A
FE5 Wind IconWind - D

MasterswordMaster Sword
FE5poisonswordPoison Sword
FE5thoron Thoron
FE5vulneraryVulnerary x2

Starting Class
Mage Knight
Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Bld Mov LS MS PC
10 40 13 9 13 13 10 10 14 8 3 1 2
Skills Weapon Starting Items

-

FE5 Sword IconSword - A
FE5 Fire IconFire - D
FE5 Thunder IconThunder - A
FE5 Wind IconWind - D

FE5poisonswordPoison Sword
FE5thoronThoron

OverallEdit

Kempf is seen in both Chapter 11 and Chapter 16A. In the former, you cannot kill him, but after attacking him, he will flee the next turn. In Chapter 16A (if you choose this route), it is best to have Olwen lure Kempf away from his post in order to kill him easily. Consider stealing the Thoron tome if you can. Oddly, he loses his Master Sword between his two appearances as a boss.

Death QuotesEdit

“No...! How could I lose...to you...Gwaah!”
—Kempf's death quote

“I won't forget this! I'll be back!”
—Kempf's release quote

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