“Let's get a little dueling practice in. I want to move up to the front line! I doubt I'd learn a whole lot from you, but I'll do anything to avoid getting castle duty!”
—Dalvin to Tristan
Dalvin (ロドルバン Rodoruban, Roddlevan in the Japanese version) is a playable character from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. He is Creidne's brother and one of the initial members of the Liberation Army led by Seliph. He is the substitute character of Ulster if Ayra is not paired up.
Despite filling Ulster's role, he shares a unique conversation with Tristan if the latter waits adjacent to him after Melgen is seized. After declaring that he does not want to be on castle duty, Dalvin convinces Tristan to have dueling practice with him. This causes Dalvin to gain two points of strength and one point of skill and defense, while Tristan gains two points of strength and one point of speed and defense. This event can only occur if both of them are at Level 10 at the time.
|Starting Class||Holy Blood|
Sword - A
Compared to his sister, Creidne, Dalvin has less strength, but more skill, this makes him a good candidate to wield blades. Sadly though, he has no personal skills that benefits from his high skill growth, so Creidne usually turns out better than he does. His Vantage is highly situational, and won’t see much use.
In Chapter 6, if Dalvin talks to Creidne, Creidne will gain one point of luck.
In Chapter 7, after Melgen is captured, position Tristan to a spot adjacent to Dalvin if the both of them are below Level 10. This will result in a conversation, whereby Dalvin will gain two points of strength, one point of skill, and one point of defense, while Tristan will gain two points of strength, one point of speed, and one point of defense.
Original and replacement characters have the same love growths, unless stated otherwise.
- Julia: 0+0
- Altena: N/A
- Muirne: 0+2
- Creidne: -- (Not possible, since they are siblings)
- Jeanne: 0+2
- Hermina: 0+2
- Laylea: 0+2
- Daisy: 0+2
- Linda: 0+3
—Dalvin's death quote in Genealogy of the Holy War