“Who're you calling a kid!? You're the kid! Fine, I'm going. I never wanted to come here anyway. Hmph!”
—Tanya to Orsin
Tanya is a playable character from Fire Emblem: Thracia 776. She is the eighteen-year-old daughter of Dagdar. She is a tomboy who grew up among brigands and talks as such. She regularly quarrels with Orsin, although they truly care about each other deeply. She also thinks that Orsin is overly mean towards her and becomes upset when he calls her a kid and an idiot. It is implied in both her and Orsin's endings that they marry each other and have many children together.
|Tanya||Bow Fighter||1||Player||Automatically from Turn 3|
Bow - E (+10)
|Item Required||Promoted Class|
Tanya is the closest thing Thracia 776 has to a standard Archer. While she has good speed, her low strength means she has trouble reliably killing enemies. She also lacks one range options, preventing her from being able to attack on Enemy Phase. This is problematic, considering that combat in Thracia mostly takes place on Enemy Phase.
Despite this, she still has some notable contributions. She has an extremely useful support with both Orsin and Dagdar, two great combat units. If the player has space in his or her roster, it might be worth it to field Tanya, just to make them more effective. She is also great for doing chip damage in the earlygame chapters to help units like Leif get kills.
If the player wishes to use Tanya as a long term combat unit, it is recommended to give her strength-boosting scrolls such as the Hezul scroll to increase her strength growth. The player should also get her to B rank bows as soon as possible so she can use the Brave Bow, which will greatly increase her offensive prowess. Because of her poor durability and inability to counterattack, the player should make sure not to expose her to enemies and ballistas on Enemy Phase.
“No... Help me... O...rsin...”
—Tanya's death quote in Thracia 776.
“Lord Leif! What are you doing? Let's get out of here!”
—Tanya's escape quote in Thracia 776.
Tanya - The Daughter Whom Dagdar Loved (ダグダの愛した娘 Daguda no aishita musume)
"Tanya moved to Fiana, where she married and was blessed with many children. Her cheery personality and good spirits earned her respect and admiration from the villagers throughout her life."
Tanya is illustrated in the trading card game with the following cards:
Tanya (Таня), also transliterated as Tania, is a Russian diminutive of Tatiana, the feminine version of the Sabine-Latin name Tatius.
See Main Article: Tanya/Gallery.