“Then remember that you can never be overly cautious in battle. The best way to stay alive is to always be wary.”
—Lot in a support conversation with Shanna in Binding Blade.
Lot (ロット Rotto) is a playable fighter from Fire Emblem: Binding Blade. Lot is from the Western Isles, but he joined Dieck's Mercenary crew with his best friend Wade. Lot's parents are dead and his sister is at home in the Western Isles alone; his best friend Wade has tried to convince him to return home so he could take care of his sister, but he refuses. They joined the war so they could get money for their village back home. He fulfills the Cord Archetype.
Axe - D
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- See also: Lot/Supports
Overall, Lot is quite a lopsided warrior. His strength is very low for a fighter, and his skill and speed are not that great either. However, ignoring Karel, Lot has the best defense growth in the game, making him an amazing tank. After promotion, he gains the use of bows, which is a plus. Also, his Anima Affinity, while not the best, brings up his solid defense and his meager strength to higher levels through support bonuses, making him a formidable partner to pair with Shanna, Wade, or Lance.
His poor skill makes it hard for Lot to be an effective boss killer, and his poor strength limits his offenses on the field. He may not have as much raw potential as Geese or Gonzales, but Lot still has his uses, primarily as a damage sponge. As long as the player takes his poor offenses and great defenses into consideration, Lot can be an asset.
—Lot's death quote in Binding Blade.
- Lot - Silent Axefighter (寡黙な斧戦士 Kamokuna ono senshi)
After returning home, Lott married his childhood friend and led a fulfilling if meager life. Although he played a major role in the war, he himself rarely talked about it openly.
Lot is a Hebrew name that means "veil". In the Bible, he was the nephew of Abraham. He and his wife fled the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah; however, his wife looked back and was turned into a pillar of salt.
In Dutch, Lot is a female given name, meaning "free man". It also means fate.
- According to a Japanese gaming news website, Lot landed 58th place out of 80 in the character popularity poll for Fire Emblem: Binding Blade.