Fire Emblem Warriors: list of confirmed characters, series representation

Fire Emblem Warriors is the latest spin-off in the Fire Emblem series, and it will be released this Fall worldwide on Nintendo Swich and New Nintendo 3DS. It’s currently in development at Koei-Tecmo, Omega Force and Team Ninja (same team as Hyrule Warriors, though with Intelligent Systems supervising this time around).

Fire Emblem Warriors is a cross-over-type spin-off, featuring characters from the various games in the Fire Emblem series. Just like with Hyrule Warriors, Koei-Tecmo and/or Nintendo will reveal new characters on a regular basis, and to keep track of all the characters confirmed so far, we created this page.

On this page, we’re going to list all the characters revealed so far, but also keep track of the series representation. That way, you can easily see if your favorite character is in the game, and find links to relevant posts for more details, trailers, and screenshots.

DLC characters

  • Azura (from Fire Emblem Fates) [DLC]
  • Niles (from Fire Emblem Fates) [DLC]
  • Oboro (from Fire Emblem Fates) [DLC]
  • Navarre (from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon) [DLC]
  • Minerva (from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon) [DLC]
  • Linde (from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon) [DLC]
  • Owain (from Fire Emblem Awakening) [DLC]
  • Tharja (from Fire Emblem Awakening) [DLC]
  • Olivia (from Fire Emblem Awakening) [DLC]

You can find more details about the DLC Packs on this page!

List of characters confirmed

  • Anna (from Fire Emblem ???)
  • Caeda (from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon)
  • Camilla (from Fire Emblem Fates). Voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro;
  • Celica (from Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia). Voiced by Nao Touyama;
  • Chrom (from Fire Emblem Awakening). Voiced by Tomokazu Sugita;
  • Cordelia (from Fire Emblem Awakening). Voiced by Eimi Okada;
  • (Female) Corrin (from Fire Emblem Fates);
  • (Male) Corrin (from Fire Emblem Fates);
  • Darius (original character). Voiced by Takuya Satou;
  • Elise (from Fire Emblem Fates);
  • Frederick (from Fire Emblem Awakening). Voiced by Ono Daisuke;
  • Hinoka (from Fire Emblem Fates). Voiced by Kaori Nazuka;
  • Marth (from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon). Voiced by Hikaru Midorikawa;
  • Leo (from Fire Emblem Fates). Voiced by Mamoru Miyano;
  • Lianna (original character). Voiced by Maaya Uchida;
  • Lissa (from Fire Emblem Awakening). Voiced by Kana Asumi;
  • Lucina / Masked Lucina (from Fire Emblem Awakening). Voiced by Yuu Kobayashi;
  • Lyn (from Fire Emblem);
  • (Female) Robin (from Fire Emblem Awakening). Voiced by Sawashiro Miyuki;
  • (Male) Robin (from Fire Emblem Awakening). Voiced by Yoshimasa Hosoya;
  • Rowan (original character). Voiced by Yuma Uchida;
  • Ryouma (from Fire Emblem Fates);
  • Sakura (from Fire Emblem Fates);
  • Takumi (from Fire Emblem Fates). Voiced by Yuuki Kaji;
  • Tiki (from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon);
  • Xander (from Fire Emblem Fates);
  • Yelana (original character). Voiced by Yuka Nagayoshi. Not playable.

List of characters not confirmed/not playable

  • Gharnef (from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon)
  • Iago (from Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest)
  • Validar (from Fire Emblem Awakening)

Series representation (only playable and original characters listed)

  • Fire Emblem Fates — 13 characters
  • Fire Emblem Awakening — 10 characters
  • Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon — 6 characters
  • Original characters — 4 characters
  • Fire Emblem (GBA) — 1 character
  • Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia — 1 character
  • Unassigned — 1 character

Here’s a trailer introducing the characters from Fire Emblem Awakening:

The second trailer introduces the characters from Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest:

The third trailer introduces the characters from Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright:

The 4th and final trailer introduces the remaining characters:

NB: the developers have confirmed that the majority of characters would be from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon, Fire Emblem Awakening, and Fire Emblem Fates.

See anything missing? Make sure to drop us a line in the comments!

Fire Emblem Warriors (Switch, New Nintendo 3DS) will be released on September 28th in Japan, and October 20th in Europe and North America.



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