|“||I'll turn no blade of mine on a woman. If you're willing to pay for my services with your life, then consider yourself the high bidder. My sword is yours.||„|
|~ Navarre to Shiida|
Navarre is a sellsword who first appeared in the original Fire Emblem game who set an archetype for many similar characters in later installments of the series. An infamous swordsman known as the "Crimson Fencer" for his attire and bloody two-sword style, he sells his services to the highest bidder, but will never turn his blade on women or children, leading him to join Marth's cause after Shiida wagered her life against him.
Powers and Stats
Tier: High 8-C
Name: Navarre, The Crimson Fencer
Origin: Fire Emblem
Classification: Human, Sellsword
Attack Potency: Large Building level (Can defeat heavily armored Knights and Generals with certain swords and regularly slaughters entire squads of trained soldiers in addition to being able to damage and defeat manaketes)
Lifting Strength: Superhuman
Striking Strength: Large Building Class (Can completely destroy the armor of a knight which is harder than steel)
Durability: Large Building level (Although he is lightly armored, he can still withstand glancing blows from Dragons and Generals alike)
Standard Equipment: The Killing Edge, a sword specialized for aiming for the opponent's vitals to end them with a single strike
Intelligence: Navarre's skill with a blade is legendary in Akaneia, with many claiming to be him to simply profit off his reputation. He regularly slaughters entire squads of enemy soldiers without a scratch and bears superb accuracy, downing foes with a single slash to the vitals. Although he is ruthless in combat, he still possesses a code of honor, and will thus refuse to raise his sword against a woman or a child.
Weaknesses: He refuses to fight against women and children.