Tigris' portrait in Thracia 776.
|Game||Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War|
Fire Emblem: Thracia 776
Fire Emblem: Awakening
|First Seen||Final Chapter: The Last Holy War (Genealogy of the Holy War)|
Final Chapter: An Undying Oath (Thracia 776)
Chapter 22: An Ill Presage (Awakening)
Genealogy of the Holy WarEdit
|Starting Class||Holy Blood|
|Axe - A|
Bow - B
Axe users in Genealogy of the Holy War are generally encumbered by the massive weight of axes. This essentially decreases their attack speeds as a result, and is reflected in the case of Tigris. It is thus recommended to exploit this weakness of his, and attack him with either Larcei or Ulster. As the both of them wield swords (which essentially beat axes), alongside their Awareness skill nullifying Tigris' Wrath skill, he should fall relatively quickly.
|-|| Axe - A|
Bow - A
Tigris is one of the weakest Warlords in the Final Chapter. He possesses no skills, and his attack speed of 11 means that he is most likely unable to perform double attacks. The player should, however, stay vigilant to the 1~2 range of Tigris Master Axe.
|Zeal||Axe - A|
Bow - E
*Drops when defeated
Drei, Tigris' Japanese name, is the German word for the number 3.
In the English version of Awakening, the Deadlords' names are Latin words for the animals of the Chinese zodiac. The zodiac's third sign is the tiger, which in Latin is tigris.