“Wh-What! The seal has been broken!? Ergh... Leif...always getting in the way of my plans... If I am to die, I shall take all of you down with me! I will crush you all with the Stone spell!”
Veld (ベルド Berudo, also translated Berdo) is the final boss in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776. He is a bishop of the Lopto Sect that is in control of Northern Thracia. His position is just below that of Manfroy's, and he works alongside Raydrik. He and Manfroy are implied to have manipulated Travant into ambushing Quan and Ethlyn, as seen in the opening of the Final Chapter when the two are talking. Leif, along with the rescued Eyvel (who was turned back to normal by Sara) and others charged in, evading the Stone spell, then brought down Veld.
Thunder - A
Wind - A
Dark - A
Staff - A
Compared to all other final bosses, Veld is by far one of the easiest, but getting to him is the hard part. Use the Kia Staff to remove the stone condition, but if you do not have that, kill Veld as soon as possible, because if he manages to inflict stone on Leif, you essentially lose. Galzus or Ced are characters that can take Veld down with fairly little effort.
Or, because the throne he stands on doesn't grant +10 Magic, you could easily boost Tina's magic by having her standing on a magic floor and/or raise her magic power with a Barrier staff and, with the Thief Staff, steal his Stone tome. You can either kill him without risk of Stone from there, or steal his other weapons and Capture him, instantly neutralizing him.
“Guh...I-Impossible...How could I...But...it isn't over yet...Even if I fall...Lopto will live on...No one can stop...the rebirth of the Lopto Empire...May you...writhe in pain until then...fools...Heh...heh...hahahahaha...ha...”
—Veld's death quote
“Bishop Manfroy...forgive me. Ugh!”
—Veld's release quote
- If hacked to be made playable Veld`s battle theme will still play even though he is on the player side.
- It was stated in a time during development Veld will turn into a dragon when defeated, but this idea was scrapped for an unknown reason.