200+ Best Fire Emblem Names With Meanings

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Feb 16, 2024 By Georgia Stone
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Fire Emblem is a prominent Nintendo-published turn-based tactical RPG video game franchise created by Intelligent Systems. The Fire Emblem series began in 1990 with the publication of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, which was only available in Japan.

The most current game, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, was published on July 26, 2019. There are three houses in this Fire Emblem game; the Black Eagles, Blue Lions, and Golden Deer.

Fire Emblem is a popular RPG game with loyal fans across the globe, but what makes it even better is that it has plenty of characters with interesting names!

If you are looking for a unique and meaningful Fire Emblem name for your baby, you might find the perfect name from this list. There are as many as 596 playable characters in the entire series, so you have plenty of Fire Emblem-inspired names to choose from. Not all Fire Emblem characters have last names, but a few do.

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1. Acheron (Greek origin), Acheron is the River of Pain or Woe in Greek mythology. He is a minor noble from the Leicester Alliance.

2. Aelfric (Old English origin), meaning 'Elf Ruler'.  He is a cardinal in the Chruch of Seiros.

3. Alois (German origin), derived from Alwis, meaning 'All-wise'. He is a commander in the Knights of Seiros.

4. Annette (Hebrew origin), derived from Channah, meaning 'grace'. She is a playable character who is a student in the Officer's Academy and is from the Holy Kingdom of Faeghus.

5. Anna (Hebrew origin), derived from Channah, meaning 'grace'. She is one of the most important characters in the games, as she is a mentor.

6. Anselma (German origin), which means 'Helmet of God'. Also known as Patricia, she is a consort.  

7. Arundel (Old English origin), which means 'Eagle valley'. He is the antagonist in the game.

8. Ashe (English origin), derived from the English name Ashton, which means 'ash tree in town'. He is a playable character and a student in the Officer's Academy.

9. Aubin (Latin origin), meaning 'white' or 'bright'. He is considered to be one of the four Apostles.

10. Bernadetta (German origin) means 'strong, brave bear'. She is a student in the Officer's Academy and is a playable character.

11. Byleth isthe name of a demon who is the King of Hell. He is one of the main protagonists of the game.

12. Catherine (Greek origin), derived from 'Katharos' which translates to 'pure'. She is one of the Knights of Seiros.

13. Caspar (Persian origin), derived from the term Ghaz meaning 'Keeper of the treasure'. He is one of the students in the Officer's Academy.

14. Charon (Greek origin), means 'fierce brightness'. He is one of the Ten Elites that fought in the War of Heroes. 

15. Chevalier (French origin), which means 'horseman or knight'. He was considered to be one of the Four Apostles.

16. Claude (Latin origin), derived from the word Claudus meaning 'lame'. He is the leader of the Golden Deer House in the Officer's Academy.

17. Claudia (Latin origin), feminine diminutive of Claude, meaning 'lame'. She is the second daughter of the Duke of House Riegan.

18. Constance (Latin origin), which means 'constant'.  She is a member of the Ashen Wolves.

19. Cornelia (Latin origin), derived from Cornu meaning 'horn'.  She is a powerful Mage for the royal family of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus.

20. Cyril (Greek origin), derived from Kyrillos meaning 'Of the Lord'. He is a war orphan in the game.

21. Daphnel (of unknown origin), was known as one of the ten elites who fought the War of Heroes  

22. Dedue (Portuguese/Spanish origin), possibly from the name Eduardo which means 'guard'. He is a playable character in the game.

23. Dimitri (Greek origin), from the Greek word Demetrios translates to 'the follower of Demeter'. He is the young prince of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus.

24. Dominic (Latin origin), derived from Dominicus which means 'of the Lord'. He is one of the Ten Elites who fought the War of Heroes.

25. Dorothea (Greek origin), means 'Gift of God'. She is a playable character and the only character that s not of Royal Blood in the Black Engles.

26. Edelgard (German origin) which is derived from the terms adal meaning 'protection' or 'enclosure'.  She is a princess and the future Heiress of the Adrestian Empire.

27. Felix (Latin origin), meaning 'lucky'. He is a playable character and is a student in the Officer's Academy.

28. Ferdinand (German origin), means 'bold voyager'. He is a student in the Officer's Academy and is part of the Black Engles.

29. Gautier (German origin), means 'strong ruler' or 'commander of the army'. He is one of the Ten Elities that fought in the Battle of Heroes.  

30. Gilbert (German origin), derived from 'Gisil', and it means 'bright'.  He is one of the Knights of Seiros.

31. Glenn (Gaelic origin), means 'valley'. He is the older brother of Felix and the son of Lord Rodrigue.

32. Godfrey (German origin), means 'God and peace'. He is the son of Duke Oswald.  

33. Gwendal (Celtic origin), derived from 'Gwen' which means 'white', 'fair' or 'holy'.  He is a veteran who is known as the Gray Lion.

34. Hanneman (German origin), a common German surname. He is an instructor in the Officer's Academy.

35. Hapi (Egyptian origin), meaning a 'God of the Nile'. She is a member of the Ashen Wolves

36. Hilda (Scandinavian origin), means 'battle and protection'. She is a playable character in the game.

37. Hubert (German origin) means 'bright heart'. He is a student in the Officer's Academy.

38. Ignatz (Latin origin), means 'fire'. He comes from a family of Merchants and is a student in the Officer's Academy.

39. Ingrid (Scandinavian origin), means 'loved' or 'beautiful'. She is a member of the Blue Lions and is a student of the Officer's Academy.

40. Ionious IX (Greek origin), means 'God is gracious'. He is the king of the Adestian Empire.

41. Iris (Greek origin), means 'rainbow'. He is a mechanical figure made by the Chruch of Sieros.

42. Jeralt (German origin), a derivative of the name Gerald.  He is the father of Byleth.

43. Klaus I (German origin), means 'victory of the people'. He was the previous king of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus.

44. Kronya (Bulgarian origin), means 'constant'. She is an antagonist in the game.

45. Leonie (Latin origin), means 'lion'. She is a playable character and student in the Officer's Academy.

46. Linhardt (German origin), means 'brave'. He is a playable character and student in the Officer's Academy.

47. Lonato (Native American Origin), means 'Flint Stone'. He is the Lord of the Gaspard Region which is under the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus.

48. Lorenz (German origin), means 'from Laurentum'. He is a playable character and student in the Officer's Academy and is from the Leicester Alliance.

49. Luca (Latin origin), means 'Bearer of Light'. He is a mechanical figure made by the Chruch of Sieros.

50. Ludwig (German origin), means 'war'. He is also known as Duke Aegir and is an antagonist.

51. Lysithea (Greek origin), means 'deliver' or 'freed by the gods'. She is a playable character and student in the Officer's Academy and is a member of the Golden Deer.

52. Manuela (Hebrew origin), means 'God is with us'. She is a playable character and is an instructor in the Officer's Academy.

53. Marcelle (French origin), means 'hammer'. He is a mechanical figure made by the Chruch of Sieros.

54. Marianne (Hebrew origin), means 'a sea of sorrow'. He is a playable character who is a Narvian soldier and serves under Maximillan.  

55. Maya (Sanskrit origin), means 'illusion' or 'magic'. She is Raphaels's younger sister.

56. Mercedes (Spanish origin), means 'mercy'.  She is a playable character and is a student at the Officer's Academy.

57. Metodey (Greek origin), means 'method'. He is a non-playable character and the Cindered Shadows side-story DLC's secret secondary antagonist.

58. Nader (Arabic origin), means 'rare'. He is Claude's former combat instructor and an Almyrian General.

59. Noa (Hebrew origin), means 'movement'. She is one of the Four Apostles and the original bearer of the Crest of Noa.

60. Odesse (Greek origin), means 'wrathful'. He is a member of Those who Slither in the Dark.

61. Oswald (Anglo-Saxon origin), means 'God's Power'. He is the leader of the Leicester Alliance and also the current Duke Riegan.

62. Petra (Greek origin), means 'rock'. She is a playable character who is a student at the Officer's Academy and a member of the Black Eagles.

63. Raphael (Hebrew origin), means 'God has healed'. He is a playable character who is a student at the Officer's Academy and is a member of The Golden Deer.

64. Rhea or Seiros (Greek origin), means 'flowing' or 'destructive'. She is the Archbishop of Seiros and the Supreme Leader of the Church.

65. Riegan (Scottish origin), means 'child of the king'. He is the original bearer of the Crest of Riegan.

66. Rodrigue (German origin), means 'famous ruler'. He is the current head of House Fraldarius and a lord of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus.

67. Rufus (Latin origin), means 'red-haired'. He was the regent of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus, the Grand Duke of Itha, and the elder brother of the late king Lambert.

68. Simone (Hebrew origin), means 'God had heard'. It is a mechanical figure made by the Church of Sieros to keep intruders away from the Chalice of Beginnings.

69. Sitri (English origin), means 'gift of God'. She is a non-playable character who is Jeralt's late wife and the mother of the protagonist Byleth.

70. Solon (Greek origin), means 'wise'. He is the self-proclaimed "saviour of all" and a minor antagonist. He is a mysterious mage of Those Who Slither in the Dark.

71. Shamir (Hebrew origin), means 'to guard'. She is a mercenary but works officially as a Knight of Seiros.

72. Sothis (Egyptian origin), means the 'brightest star in the sky'. She is a mysterious girl who possesses a Major Crest of Flames and only Blyeth can communicate with her.

73. Sylvain (Latin origin), means 'of the woods'. He is a playable character who is from the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus and is a student at the Officer's Academy.

74. Thales (Greek origin), means 'one who thrives'. He is the main antagonist who acts in the shadows of Fodlan and is also the leader of Solon and Kronya.

75. Tiana (Latin origin), means 'princess'. She is the daughter of Duke Oswald of the Leicester Alliance, the wife of the King of Almyra, the mother of Claude and the sister of Godfrey.

76. Tomas ( Aramaic origin), means 'twin'. He works at the Garreg Mach Monastery and is a faithful follower of the Church of Seiros.

77. Wilhelm (German origin), means 'resolute protector'. It is a mechanical figure created by the Church of Sieros and used in the battle of Fhirdiad as a last-ditch attempt to overthrow the Empire in Crimson Flower.

78. Yuri (Russian origin), means 'farmer'. He is a key character in the side story Cindered Shadows. He is the head of the Ashen Wolves and dwells in Abyss, an underground society under the Officer's Academy.

79. Zoltan (Hungarian origin), means 'life'. They are said to be a legendary Sreng artisan who was capable of crafting formidable weapons.

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List Of Characters In ‘Fire Emblem’ Fates

With multiple storylines, ‘Fire Emblem’ Fates has a list of characters with some of the most interesting character names in the series so take a look at the list below

80. Arete (Greek origin), means 'excellence of any kind'. She is Azura's mother and the stepmother of Xander, Camilla, Leo and Elsie.

81. Arthur (Celtic origin), means 'Bear'. He is a playable character and an ally on the Conquest and Revelation Routes.

82. Asugi (Cebuano origin), means 'mercury'.  He is a playable character and is the son of Saizo, nephew of Kaze, and cousin of Midori.

83. Azura (Hebrew origin), means 'clear blue sky'. She is the deuteragonist and main playable character in Fire Emblem Fates who is the princess of Valla and Nohr.

84. Benny (Hebrew origin), means 'son'. He is a playable character who was born as a commoner in Nohr but became a border guard for the kingdom.

85. Caeldori (Irish origin), means 'freedom'. She is a playable character and is the daughter of Subaki.

86. Camilla (Italian origin), means 'perfect'. She is a key character and is playable on Conquest and Revelation Routes.

87. Charlotte (French origin), means 'petite and feminine'. She is a playable character and an ally in the Conquest and Revelation Routes. She is the strongest fighter in the army.

88. Daichi (Japanese origin), means 'great wisdom'. He is a capturable boss character on the Birthright and Revelation Routes of Fire Emblem Fates.

89. Daniela (Hebrew origin), means 'God is my judge'. She is a capturable boss character on the Birthright and Revelation Routes of Fire Emblem Fates.

90. Effie (Greek origin), means 'well-spoken'. She is a knight who was born in the slums of Nohr and is a playable character in Fire Emblem Fates.

91. Elise (French origin), meaning 'pledged to God'. She is a key playable character on Conquest and Revelation.

92. Felicia (Latin origin), means 'happy'. She is a playable character who is a personal maid of  Corrin. Felicia remains Corrin's ally regardless of the path they chose.

93. Flora (Latin origin), means flower. She is a playable character in Fire Emblem and an ally on the Conquest and Revelations Route.

94. Forrest (English origin), means Dweller near the woods. He is a playable character.

95. Hana (Hebrew origin), means The grace of God. She is a playable character and is a personal retainer to Sakura.

96. Hayato (Japanese origin), means 'a person with falcon speed'. He is a playable character who is regarded as a magical genius.

97. Hinata (Japanese origin), means 'towards the sun'. He is a playable character in the Birthright and Revelation Routes of Fire Emblem Fates.

98. Hinoka (Japanese origin), means 'Sun'.  She is a key playable character in the Birthright and Revelation Routes.

99. Hisame (Japanese origin), means 'ice storm'. He is a playable character in Fire Emblem Fates and is the son of Hinata.

100. Izana (Arabic origin), means 'powerful woman'. He is a playable character in Fire Emblem Fates.

101. Kaden (English origin), means 'fighter'. He is a Kitsune adolescent from Hoshido's furthest reaches.

102. Kaze (Japanese origin), means 'wind'. In Fire Emblem Fates, Kaze is a playable character.

103. Keaton (English origin), means 'place of hawks'. In Fire Emblem Fates, he is a playable character and an ally on the Conquest and Revelation Routes.

104. Kiragi (Japanese origin), means 'happiness'. In Fire Emblem Fates, he is a playable character. He is the son of Takumi.

105. Lucina (German origin), means 'illumination'. She is a playable character that appears as the tritagonist in Fire Emblem Awakening.

106. Midori (Japanese origin), means 'green'. In Fire Emblem Fates, she is a playable character.

107. Minerva (Roman origin), means 'of the mind'. In the Archanea Series, Minerva is a playable character.

108. Mitama (Japanese origin), means 'honorable spirit'. She appears in Fire Emblem Fates as a playable character.

109. Niles (Gaelic origin), means 'son of Neil'. He can be played as a character in Fire Emblem Fates and is an ally on Conquest and Revelation Routes.

110. Nina (Spanish origin), means 'little girl'. She is the daughter of Niles and is one of the playable characters in the game.

111. Nyx (Greek origin), means 'night'. Nyx is a playable character and an ally in Conquest and Revelation Routes.

112. Oboro (Japanese origin), means 'moon'. She is a playable character. She is a Hoshidan Naginata Fighter and one of Takumi's personal retainers.

113. Ophelia (Greek origin), means 'helper'. She is a playable character who is the daughter of Odin. Ophelia, like the other children of Fates, was sent to the Deeprealms to be safe from the war.

114. Orochi (Japanese origin), means 'great snake'. He is a playable character who is a Hoshidan Diviner who previously served the late Queen Mikoto and is a childhood friend of Kagero.

115. Percy (French origin), means 'pierce the valley'. In Fire Emblem Fates, Percy is a playable character.

116. Peri (Hebrew origin), means 'outcome'.  In Fire Emblem Fates, she is a playable character and an ally in Conquest and Revelation Routes.

117. Reina (Spanish origin), means 'queen'. She is a playable character in the Birthright and Revelation routes.

118. Rhajat (Sanskrit origin), means 'silver' or 'courage'. She is a playable character who is the daughter of Hayato.

119. Ryoma (Japanese origin), means 'dragon' or 'horse'. He is a key playable character who is the firstborn of the Hoshidan royal brothers.

120. Saizo (Japanese origin), means 'to govern'.  He is a playable character who is a Hoshidan Ninja and the fifth to bear the Saizo family name.

121. Sakura (Japanese origin), means 'bloom'. Sakura is a key playable character in the Birthright and Revelation routes. 

122. Scarlet (English origin), means 'red'. She is a playable character in Birthright and Revelation Routes who is the head of the Chevois resistance effort.

123. Selena (Greek origin), means 'moon'. Also known as the Fluorspar, she is an antagonist character in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones.

124. Selkie (Scottish origin), means 'seal folk'. In Fire Emblem Fates, she is a playable character.

125. Shigure (Japanese origin), means a 'rain shower'.  He is one of the playable characters in the game.

126. Shiro (Japanese origin), means 'samurai'. In Fire Emblem Fates, Shiro is a playable character.

127. Shura (Russian origin), means 'defender of mankind'. Shura is a playable character who can join Corrin irrespective of their decision.

128. Silas (Greek origin), means 'forest'. He is a playable character.

129. Soleil (French origin), means 'sun'. In Fire Emblem Fates, Soleil is a playable character.

130. Subaki (Japanese origin), means 'Camellia flower'. He is a playable character in the Birthright and Revelation routes. Subaki, one of Sakura's personal retainers, strives for perfection in all he does in order to preserve his family's history.

131. Takumi (Japanese origin), means 'artisan'. He is a playable character on Birthright and Revelation routes.

132. Velouria (Spanish origin), means 'courage'. In Fire Emblem Fates, Velouria is a playable character.

133. Yukimura (Japanese origin), means 'fortune'. Yukimura is a playable character in the Birthright route.

134. Zola (Latin origin), means 'a lump of earth'. In Fire Emblem Fates, Zola is a non-playable character that serves as a supporting adversary in all three paths.

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List Of Characters In ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’

If you want to name your baby after a ‘Fire Emblem’ hero, check out this list below consisting of hero character names from the ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’ series. 

135. Abel (Hebrew origin), means 'breath'. Abel is a playable character in the Fire Emblem Archanea Series and a boss persona in the spin-off Tokyo Mirage Sessions.

136. Alfonse (German origin), means 'ready for a fight'. In Fire Emblem Heroes, he is the primary character and protagonist.

137. Altina (Latin origin), means 'the Golden one'. In Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, Altina is a non-playable character.

138. Amelia (Latin origin), means 'work'. In Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, Amelia is a playable character.

139. Arden (Latin origin), means 'great forest'. Arden appears in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War as a playable character.

140. Ares (Greek origin), means 'ruin'. Ares appears in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War as a playable character.

141. Athena (Greek origin), means 'wise'. She is a recruitable Myrmidon and one of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon's unique characters.

142. Aversa (Italian origin), means 'descendant' or 'son of one who came from Aversa'. Aversa is a character from Fire Emblem Awakening who was subsequently made available through Spotpass.

143. Beruka (South African origin), means 'thanks'. Beruka is a playable character and an ally on the Conquest and Revelation Routes.

144. Bruno (German origin), means 'armor'.  Initially, he was known as the Mysterious Man.

145. Cain (Hebrew origin), means 'spear'. Cain appears in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 as a playable character.

146. Cecilia (Latin origin), means 'blind'. Cecilia appears in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade as a playable character.

147. Celica (Latin origin), means 'heavenly'. Celica is one of the two main characters of the Fire Emblem Gaiden and Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.

148. Cherche (French origin) means 'to search for'. In Fire Emblem Awakening, Cherche is a playable character.

149. Clair (French origin), means 'clear'. Clair appears in Fire Emblem Gaiden and Fire Emblem Echoes- Shadows of Valentia, as a playable character.

150. Clive (English origin), means 'a person who lives near a cliff'. In Fire Emblem Gaiden and, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, Clive is a playable character.

151. Clarine (Latin origin), means 'bright' or 'famous'. Clarine appears in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade as a playable character.

152. Conrad (German origin), means 'brave counsel'. Conrad is an exclusive playable character in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.

153. Cordelia (Latin origin), means 'little heart'.Cordelia is the mother of Severa and a playable character in Fire Emblem Awakening.

154. Corrin (Greek origin), means 'spear'.  Corrin is a playable character and the game's protagonist in Fire Emblem Fates.

155. Cynthia (Greek origin), means 'woman from Kynthos'. Cynthia is a playable character and Sumia's daughter from the future.

156. Deirdre (Irish origin), means 'sorrowful'. Deirdre appears in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War as a playable character.

157. Donnel (Irish origin), means 'world leader'. Donnel is a playable character in Fire Emblem Awakening.

158. Dorcas (Greek origin), means 'gazelle'. Dorcas appears in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade as a playable character.

159. Eir (Norse origin), means 'protection' or 'mercy'. Eir is the protagonist of Book III of the Fire Emblem Heroes series.

160. Eirika (Norse origin), means 'eternal ruler'. Eirika is a protagonist and playable character in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, as well as a DLC figure in Fire Emblem Awakening.

161. Ephraim (Hebrew origin), means 'fruitful'. Ephraim is a protagonist and playable character in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones.

162. Ewan (Scottish origin), means 'warrior'. In Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, Ewan is a playable character.

163. Faye (French origin), means 'fairy'. Faye is an exclusive playable character in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.

164. Fiora (Gaelic origin), means 'little flower'. Fiora appears in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade as a playable character.

165. Florina (Latin origin), means 'flower'. Florina is a playable character in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade.

166. Freyja (Norse origin), means 'noblewoman'. Freyja is the primary adversary of Fire Emblem Heroes' Book IV.

167. Freyr (Norse origin), means 'lord'. Freyr is a character in Fire Emblem Heroes' Book IV.

168. Gaius (Latin origin), means 'to rejoice'. In Fire Emblem Awakening, Gaius is a playable character.

169. Garon (German origin), means 'ready'. In Fire Emblem Fates, Garon is a boss character.

170. Gerome (Greek origin), means 'sacred name'. In Fire Emblem Awakening, Gerome is a playable character.

171. Gustav (Norse origin), means the 'staff of the Geats'. Gustav is a character from Fire Emblem Heroes. He is the father of Alfonse and Sharena and the King of Askr.

172. Gwendolyn (Welsh origin), means 'white'. In Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade, Gwendolyn is a playable character.

173. Hardin (English origin), means 'valley of the hares'. Hardin is a character from the Archanea Series.

174. Heath (English origin), means 'someone who lives on a heath'. Heath appears in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade as a playable character.

175. Hector (Greek origin), means 'to hold or possess'. Hector is a minor character in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade and one of the three major protagonists of Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade.

176. Henriette (German origin), means 'home-ruler'. Henriette is a Fire Emblem Heroes character.

177. Igrene (Meaning unknown), Igrene appears in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade as a playable character.

178. Ilyana (Arabic origin), which means 'softness' or 'delicate'. Ilyana appears in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn as a playable character.

179. Innes (Gaelic origin), means 'island'. Innes appears in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones as a playable character.

180. Jaffar (Arabic origin), means 'small stream'. Jaffar appears in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade as a playable character.

181. Julian (Latin origin), means 'youthful'. Julian is a playable character in the Fire Emblem Archanea Series.

182. Kagero (Japanese origin), means 'shimmer of hot air'. On the Birthright and Revelation routes, Kagero is an ally.

183. Karla (German origin), means 'free man'. In Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade, Karla is a playable character.

184. Kiran (Sanskrit origin), means 'ray of light'. She is a protagonist of Fire Emblem Heroes.

185. Klein (German origin), means 'small'. Klein appears in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade as a playable character.

186. Inigo (Portuguese origin), means 'fiery'.  Inigo is a playable character who first appeared in Fire Emblem Awakening and reappears under the identity Laslow in Fire Emblem Fates.

187. Leanne (English origin), means 'gracious'. Leanne appears in both Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn.

188. Legault (French origin), means 'wood'. Legault appears in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade as a playable character.

189. Leila (Hebrew origin), means 'dark'. In Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade, Leila is a non-playable character.

190. Lena (Latin origin), means 'she who allures'. Lena is a playable character in the Fire Emblem Archanea Series.

191. Leo (Latin origin), means 'lion'. Leo is a playable character.

192. Lethe (Greek origin), means 'oblivion'. Lethe appears as a playable character.

193. Libra (Latin origin), means 'weighing scales'. Libra is one of the playable characters in the game.

194. Lif (Norse origin), means to 'exist'. He is a character from Fire Emblem Heroes.

195. Lilith (Jewish origin), means 'of the night'.  Lilith is a non-playable character in the game who is an Astral Dragon that resides in My Castle's Shrine.

196. Linus (Greek origin), means 'flax-colored'. He is a non-playable character in the game, with the full name Linus Reed.

197. Lucius (Latin origin), means 'light'. Lucius is one of the playable characters in the game.

198. Lyon (Latin origin), means 'lion'. Leon is one of the playable characters in the game.

199. Maribelle (Latin origin), means 'beautiful Mari'. Maribelle is a playable character.

200. Marth (Aramic origin), means 'mistress of the house'. Marth is a video game character from the Fire Emblem series.

201. Mathilda (German origin), means 'mighty in battle'. Mathilda is one of the playable characters in the game.

202. Mikoto (Japanese origin), means 'highness'. She is Hoshido's queen and ruler and is the mother of Corrin.

203. Mirabilis (Latin origin), means 'remarkable'. She is a Ljósálfar, who dwells in the realm of Ljósálfheimr.

204. Mordecai (Hebrew origin), means 'warrior'. Mordecai, a Gallia warrior, is a playable character.

205. Morgan (Welsh origin), means 'sea-born'. Morgan is one of the playable characters and comes in two versions: male and female. During the events of Awakening, only one of these Morgans appears, which is decided by Robin's gender.

206. Mustafa (Arabic origin), means 'chosen'. Mustafa is a minor boss character. After Emmeryn's sacrifice, he is the first boss to be faced.

207. Nailah (Arabic origin), means 'the attainer'. Nailah is one of the playable characters in the game.

208. Nephenee (Japanese origin), means 'quite resolute'. Nephenee is one of the playable characters in the game.

209. Nino (Spanish origin), means 'little boy'. Nino is a playable character and possesses a rare gift for magic.

210. Olivia (Latin origin), means 'olive tree'. Olivia is one of the playable characters.

211. Owain (Welsh origin), means 'youth'. Owain is a playable character from Fire Emblem Awakening who reappears as Odin in Fire Emblem Fates.

212. Panne (Latin origin), means 'feather'. Panne is a great beast warrior with no allegiance to any particular nation.

213. Peony (Greek origin), means 'healing'. Peony is the protagonist of Book IV in the Fire Emblem Heroes series. She is a ljosalfar who is in charge of giving children good dreams.

214. Petrine (Greek origin), means 'rock'. Petrine is a villain in the game.

215. Plumeria (French origin), means 'frangipani flower'. Plumeria is a character from Fire Emblem Heroes' Book IV.

216. Raven (English origin), means 'dark-haired'. Raven is one of the playable characters in the game.

217. Rinkah (Japanese origin), means 'cold' or 'flower'. Rinkah is one of the playable characters in the game.

218. Rutger (German origin), referring to 'a famous spearman'. Rutger is a Myrmidon character in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade.

219. Sanaki (Japanese origin), means 'sand'. Sanaki is a non-playable character in Path of Radiance and a playable character in Radiant Dawn.

220. Serra (Latin origin), means 'the view from a high place'. Serra is a playable character.

221. Setsuna (Japanese origin), means 'an instant'. Setsuna is one of the playable characters in the game.

222. Shanna (Hebrew origin), means 'ancient lily'. Shanna appears as a playable character.

223. Sharena (Hebrew origin), means 'a fertile plain'. Sharena is the protagonist and major character of Fire Emblem Heroes who is the princess of the Askran Kingdom.

224. Camus (Canadian origin), means 'God's vessel'. Camus is a character that appears throughout the Archanea Series under the identities Zeke and Sirius.

225. Sonya (Russian origin), means 'wisdom'. Sonya appears in Fire Emblem Gaiden and its sequel, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, as a playable character.

226. Soren (Latin origin), means 'strict'. Soren is a playable character.

227. Stahl (German origin), means 'steel'. Stahl is one of the playable characters.

228. Sumia (Arabic origin), means 'one who listens'. Sumia is a member of Chrom's Shepherds and a playable character.

229. Tharja (Indian origin), means 'star with a full glow'. Tharja is one of the playable characters in the game.

230. Thea (Greek origin), means 'goddess'. Thea is a playable character.

231. Thrasir (Norse origin), means 'lover of life'. She is a Hel general who was the first Monarch of Embla.

232. Titania (Greek origin), means 'a great one'. Titania is one of the playable characters in the game.

233. Ursula (Latin origin), means 'little bear'. Ursula is an enemy character who is one of the Four Fangs.

234. Virion (French origin), means 'a virus particle'. Virion is a playable character.

235. Xander (Greek origin), means 'defender of the people'.  Xander is a key playable character.

241. Yune (Japanese origin), means 'to tie' or 'bind'. In Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, Yune is a non-playable character.

242. Zephiel (Greek origin), means 'liberator'. Zephiel is the primary antagonist in The Binding Blade and a minor non-playable character in The Blazing Blade.


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Bachelor of Arts specializing in French with Film Studies, Bachelor of Arts (Year Abroad) specializing in Literature, History, Language, Media, and Art

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Georgia StoneBachelor of Arts specializing in French with Film Studies, Bachelor of Arts (Year Abroad) specializing in Literature, History, Language, Media, and Art

Georgia is an experienced Content Manager with a degree in French and Film Studies from King's College London and Bachelors degree from Université Paris-Sorbonne. Her passion for exploring the world and experiencing different cultures was sparked during her childhood in Switzerland and her year abroad in Paris. In her spare time, Georgia enjoys using London's excellent travel connections to explore further afield.

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