“Ooooh... I've only... (pant..) a little strength left in me. Sigurd... I must get the Holy Tyrfing to you!”
|Starting Class||Holy Blood||Level||HP||Str||Mag||Skl||Spd||Lck||Def||Res||Move||Lead||Gold||Skills||Weapon||Starting Equipment|
|Master Knight||Baldur||10||20||19||14||19||19||7||19||14||9||1||3,000||Pursuit||Sword - |
Lance - A
Axe - A
Bow - A
Fire - A
Thunder - A
Wind - A
Light - C
Staff - A
In order to receive the Tyrfing from Vylon, time is of the essence. Sylvia should be used to move the player's strongest units to the northeastern corner of Zaxon Castle in order to clear out the enemies blocking Sigurd's path to Vylon. When this is done, Sigurd should be close enough to ensure that Vylon will be able to reach him on the second turn. Nothing can be done to save Vylon's life even if a healer manages to heal him, as the game is programmed in such a way that he will always die after speaking to Sigurd and passing on the Tyrfing sword.
“Damn... so close...”
—Vylon's battle quote
“Sigurd... Sor.. ry...”
—Vylon's death quote
Byron is a name derived from biron. It is often associated with the famous English poet Lord Byron.
- If the player is fast enough, it is possible to heal Vylon with any one of the available healers. If battle animations are turned on when this is done, his in-battle sprite can be seen, which is observed to possess blue hair, much like Sigurd does.