Artwork of Midayle from the Super Tactics Book.
“None of us are going anywhere, my lady. We're here for you till the very end. Even if it means our lives.”
Midayle (ミデェール, Midēru, also known as Midir in fan translations) is a playable character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. He is a Knight of Jungby, and is observed to be grievously wounded in the Prologue chapter, as he attempts to protect Adean from being captured by Gandolf. Midayle will enlist in Sigurd's army when the latter retakes Jungby, determined to rescue Adean and atone for his inability to protect her from harm. He will eventually perish in the Battle of Belhalla, alongside several of his fellow comrades.
According to unofficial manga-based statistics, Midayle was born in Gran 736. He stands at 182 centimeters in height, weighs 70 kilograms, and his blood type is A.
|Starting Class||Holy Blood|
|Bow - B||Iron Bow|
- Promotes to Bow Knight
- Strength: +3
- Magic: +0
- Skill: +2
- Speed: +2
- Defense: +2
- Resistance: +3
- Movement: +1
- +1 to Rank
Despite coming with the skills Pursuit and Charge, Midayle's growths are relatively sub-par, but this does not necessarily equate to him being a terrible unit. He is best paired with either Adean or Briggid. Midayle is most popularly paired with Adean, as he is capable of passing on the Pursuit skill to Lester.
Note: If the player decides to pair Midayle with Adean, it is imperative that they are in love by the time Chapter 4 begins. This will unlock a conversation between the couple, in which Midayle will receive the Brave Bow.
In Chapter 1, if Midayle speaks to Adean, she will gain 100 love points with him.
In Chapter 3, if neither Midayle nor Briggid has a lover, he may speak to her, resulting in her gaining 100 love points with him.
In Chapter 4, if Adean and Midayle are lovers, she may speak to him, resulting in him receiving the Brave Bow.
In Chapter 5, if Briggid and Midayle are lovers, she may speak to him, but nothing will result of it.
“Aah... Sir Sigurd, I'm so sorry.”
—Midayle's death quote
- Deirdre: N/A
- Ethlyn: N/A
- Adean: 120+1
- Ayra: 0+2
- Raquesis: 50+2
- Ferry: 50+2
- Sylvia: 0+3
- Briggid: 100+3
- Tailto: 120+3
In Irish mythology, Midir was a lover of Étaín.