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Roy (Binding Blade Artwork2)
I have faith in mankind, I will not lose to a man who lose faith in his people and even himself!
~ Roy's declaration to Zephiel before their epic battle in The Neverending Dream

Summary

Roy, is the protagonist of Fire Emblem: Binding Blade and the son of Eliwood, the main character of Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword.

The heir to the House of Pherae, he is called to enter battle on behalf of the Lycian Alliance and his ill father after Bern had conquered the neighboring nations of Sacae and Ilia. However, the conflict escalates heavily as his campaign continues, going from liberating his nation's allies to protecting all of Elibe from the threat of renewed war between humans and dragons.

Powers and Stats

Tier: High 8-C | 6-A

Name: Roy Pherae, "Young Lion"

Origin: Fire Emblem

Gender: Male

Age: 15

Classification: Prince of Pherae, Human (He is considered Half-Ice Dragon in the novels through Ninian, an Ice Manakete, but his canon mother is currently unknown)

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Expert Swordsman, Durability Negation, Power Nullification, Fire Manipulation, Healing, Sealing and Weather Manipulation, Regeneration (Low) with the Sword of Seals, Statistics Amplification

Attack Potency: Large Building level (Is able to fight on par with people, who fought Hector and other characters from Fire Emblem 7) | Continent level (The Sword of Seals is superior to all other holy weapons of Elibe, which were partially responsible for the Ending Winter)

Speed: Massively Hypersonic (Can dodge Bolting, a cloud-to-ground lightning bolt spell)

Lifting Strength: Superhuman

Striking Strength: Large Building Class | Continent Class

Durability: Large Building level | Continent level (Can take hits from Ideen and Zephiel)

Stamina: Very high (Can fight large groups of enemies without tiring. Strong willed)

Range: Extended melee range with a sword. Hundreds of kilometers with the Sword of Seals.

Standard Equipment: The Sword of Seals, a blade even more powerful than the Legendary Weapons of Elibe. It is especially effective against dragons, boosts his defenses, and can be used to rapidly heal Roy's wounds.

Intelligence: Despite being relatively inexperienced in the arts of war the start of the story, Roy proves himself to be a brilliant tactician and a skilled swordsman on the battlefield, leading his forces to victory over the numerically superior and better equipped Bern on all fronts and trouncing numerous manaketes along the way. Although he is idealistic to the point of wanting to avoid bloodshed if at all possible and keeping innocents out of harms way, he is nevertheless cunning in his own right, tricking a traitor to the Lycian Alliance into revealing himself and seeing through Elphin's guise as a bard. His skills as a swordsman grow over the course of journey, later facing King Zephiel, the mighty King of Bern, on even terms and being judged worthy of wielding the Sword of Seals, the mightiest weapon in Elibe.

Weaknesses: Roy is naive at times and prefers to avoid bloodshed, but will resort to lethal force if absolutely necessary.

Feats: Defeated King Zephiel and Dark Dragon Idenn, The Sword of Seals is the most elemental cause of the Ending Winter.

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

Key: Base Roy | Master Lord Roy (With the Sword of Seals)

Note: Skills are taken from his official skill list in Fire Emblem: Awakening as a Spotpass unit.

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Start a Discussion Discussions about Roy (Fire Emblem)

  • Roy (Fire Emblem) vs Yu Narukami (Persona)

    19 messages
    • I  don't think it is a miss match but the advantage is in yu favor he has more hax than roy that can be abused in his favor for example r...
    • Well, the user is banned and this is a mismatch (Yu has hax and higher stats than Roy)
  • FE6 Downgrades

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    • @Roymaster [https://youtu.be/3hktJNiS_cM?t=3196 Not sure where you're getting that impression from.] Roy released the seal on it with ...
    • Oh, don't remember that very good.