Artwork of Pamela from the Fire Emblem: Treasure artbook.
|Game||Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War|
|First Seen||Chapter 4: Dance in the Skies|
|Starting Class||Falcon Knight|
“Mahnya, are you still fool enough to stay loyal to the queen? She knows it's over for her... Well, I'll become the top ranking Falcon Knight once you're gone. Nothing personal.”
—Battle Quote with Mahnya
Pamela (パメラ Pamela) is an enemy character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. She is one of the Four Angelic Knights of Silesse, but betrays them to serve under Daccar. She, alongside Andorey, are responsible for the death of Ferry's sister, Mahnya, as they cunningly work together to ambush her Falcon Knight squad. Pamela later tries to retake Thove Castle after seizing Silesse Castle, but dies fighting Sigurd's army.
|Starting Class||Holy Blood|
|Adept||Sword - A|
Lance - A
Staff - C
Apart from possessing slightly higher HP, Pamela's stats are identical to the other Falcon Knight enemy commander encountered in Chapter 4, Deet'var. As she will later attempt to lay siege to Thove Castle, do remember not to leave it defenseless, and position either Midayle or Jamke around said castle to defend against her impending onslaught.
If Silesse Castle is captured prior to Pamela's defeat, her AI will change, and she will, alongside her pegasus knight squad, move to attack said castle.
“Th...this isn't possible...”
“Heh... You're little fish compared to me! Die!”
“Oh, it's Ferry... So, you came back, huh.”
“Pamela!! I can never forgive you for what you did to my sister!”
“Hmph. How rude of you to say such things! I'll send you to your sister! Prepare yourself!!”
“Prince Lewyn... haven't seen you for a while. I finished off Mahnya, making me the highest ranked knight. Hahaha...”
“Argh, Pamela! You... you...”
“Heh, you're the bad guy in all this, Lord Lewyn...”
Pamela appears in the Mitsuki Oosawa manga adaptation. However, in stark contrast to her game portrayal as a psychotic individual with no morals, Pamela is instead portrayed as being honorable instead, driven more by self-hate and jealousy than mere envy and power hunger.
Unlike her game counterpart, who gleefully taunts Lewyn and Ferry on Mahnya's death, the manga version of Pamela shows remorse for helping Andorey kill Mahnya, and even respectfully delivers her untouched corpse to Queen Rahna instead of beheading her and then presenting Mahnya's head to her former Queen. While she does taunt Ferry when they eventually meet each other, but she is not as cruel as her game counterpart, and it's hinted that she may have provoked Ferry to get herself killed in battle.
Last but not least, Pamela's looks are greatly different in the manga. Principally, her hair is much shorter and of a light-blue tone.
- While extremely unlikely, in the event Pamela dies before Mahnya, Andorey and Pamela will still have their talk about taking Silesse castle despite Pamela not being on the map due to getting killed. This also changes her squads AI, instead of heading to Thove castle they will gain the "leaderless" AI and pursue and attack the closest enemy in range (Generally the wind mage blocking your troops from entering the area around Silesse castle).