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Shiharam
Shiharam
GameFire Emblem: Path of Radiance
First SeenChapter 20: Defending Talrega
Starting ClassWyvern Lord


“We meet as enemies. There are no pleasantries to exchange. Ready your weapon, soldier of Crimea!”
— Shiharam fighting his daughter, Jill

Shiharam (シハラム Shiharamu), full name Shiharam Fizzart (シハラムフィザット Shiharamu Fizatto), is the father of Jill and a General in the Daein Army, put under the command of Petrine, one of Daein's Four Riders. With Haar, he left the Begnion Sacred Knights because of the corruption of the Begnion Senate 18 years before the events of Path of Radiance. He did not want to harm Laguz, but to remain on the good side of Daein, he had to organize Laguz hunts. Petrine ordered him to flood his own territory, Talrega, in order to halt the advance of the Crimean Liberation Army army under Ike.

As a Level 10 Wyvern Lord, he is the boss of Chapter 20 and can be obtained for use in the Trial Maps after five playthroughs. He is the only one-shot boss to be usable in Trial Maps.

Character DataEdit

StatsEdit

Starting Class
FE9 Shiharam Wyvern Lord Sprite
Wyvern Lord
Affinity Level HP Str Mag Skl Spd Lck Def Res Con Wt Move
FE9Fire Fire 10 45 20 4 17 14 1 21 13 12 41 9
Skill Weapon Starting Items
Stun (FE9) Stun FE9 Lance Lance - B
FE9 Axe Axe - A
FE9tomahawk Tomahawk
FE9Fullguard Full Guard
FE9Elixer Elixir


Battle StrategyEdit

Shiharam is one of the best bosses at that point in the game. His Tomahawk and full guard make it a bad idea to try and combat him with archers and mages, and his Stun skill can be lethal if activated. If you can take him out with a spear or tomahawk, or some other ranged weapon, do so. But be ready to take his place, or another enemy will.

Bond SupportEdit

Boss Battle ConversationsEdit

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Shiharam: Neither of us desires a drawn-out battle. Come! Hold nothing back!

Ike: You're the enemy general, right?
Shiharam: I am.
Ike: I lead the Crimean army. My name is Ike. I know this is sudden, but can we end this battle?
Shiharam: What?
Ike: I'd like you to shut the floodgates. There's no need to involve the locals in our combat, is there?
Shiharam: ...I'm sorry, but I can't do that. Until one of us has fallen, the water will continue to flow.
Ike: If that's how it has to be, then I have no choice. Prepare yourself.
Shiharam: Ha! So that's the enemy general, eh? If he's the man he appears to be, I can die knowing that Jill is safe.

Jill: Father...
Shiharam: We meet as enemies. There are no pleasantries to exchange. Ready your weapon, soldier of Crimea!
Jill: Father... I...
Shiharam: You won't charge? Then I will bring the fight to you!

Shiharam: You of the beast tribe... I was always envious of how you were blessed with such a glorious lord and master...

Shiharam: High-flying Phoenicians! Who is it that truly controls the sky? Let us settle the issue here and now.

Shiharam: A Serenes...royal? Can it be that one survived? Well, now that you've appeared before me, I cannot let you escape......Ah, goddess. Forgive me......

Shiharam: A sacred pegasus knight, eh? At one time, we both protected the same country.
Tanith: So you're the one who led the defection to Daein, Lord Fizzart! The man I heard tales about and the reality of what I see before me are quite different.
Shiharam: Tales?
Tanith: It said that after the last apostle died, the corrupted senate drove one man to leave Begnion. He was said to be in search of a better life, and he became a hero to many young wyvern riders.
Shiharam: Hah, that's rich... Tales always make too much of their subjects.
Tanith: I had been looking forward to meeting you in the flesh--perhaps even to speaking with you. But now... You would sacrifice the lives of your people just to slow our progress? What kind of dangerous fool are you?
Shiharam: ...
Tanith: I will not allow you to besmirch the name of Begnion's wyvern riders any further. Prepare yourself!

Death QuoteEdit

“...Haar... The rest...is up...to you...... ...Ji...ll...”
—Shiharam's Death Quote

EtymologyEdit

Shahram is a Persian (Farsi/Parsi/Iranian) given name either meaning "king of (female) deer", "king of rams" or "the king's loyal subject".

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