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Eldigan

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Eldigan

FEH Eldigan 01.png
Artwork of Eldigan from Heroes.

Ruler of Nordion. Wields the Demon Sword in knightly devotion to any master. Older brother of Lachesis.

Gender

Male

Race

Human

Family
Nationality

Agustrian (Nordion)

Title(s)
Starting class

Paladin

Voiced by

Greg Chun (English, Heroes)

Appearance(s)
A war now would incur huge sacrifices on both sides! Our past is a testament to that. The noble class aren't the ones who suffer in the end. It's the powerless citizens who suffer, and I'm not about to let it happen!
— Eldigan, to Elliot

Eldigan (Japanese: エルトシャン Eltshan), also known by the title Eldigan the Lionheart (Japanese: 獅子王エルトシャン Lion King Eltshan), was the king of the Agustrian state of Nordion, a full-blooded descendant of the Crusader Hezul, and inheritor of the Demon Sword Mystletainn. He was a renowned knight who served as the commander of Nordion's Cross Knights order, and he was a close friend of Sigurd of Chalphy and Quan of Leonster. Despite his misgivings about his liege's decisions and actions, he was thoroughly loyal to a fault to Agustria's King Chagall, and in the Agustrian civil war he was torn between his loyalty to his liege and his bond with his old friends.

Biography

Lionheart

Eldigan was born as the eldest of two children of the prior rulers of Nordion, the other being his half-sister Lachesis (the two had different mothers from each other[1]), who held him in the utmost respect. As the rightful, major-blooded heir of Hezul, Eldigan followed the Agustrian tradition of being allowed to wield Mystletainn only after swearing fealty to the Agusty royal family, who as the direct descendants of Hezul claimed rightful ownership of the sword despite lacking the holy blood.[2] He spent some of his education studying abroad in Grannvale by attending the military academy in Belhalla, where he first met Sigurd and Quan. The three became close friends and pledged their loyalty and aid to each other during their time at the academy.[3] After taking the throne of Nordion, Eldigan became a trusted advisor to Agustria's King Imca.[4] He was married to Grahnye, a noblewoman from Leonster, and around the year Grann 756-757 he fathered one child with her: a son, Ares.[5]

In the year Grann 757, Eldigan received word of Sigurd's army seizing control of Evans Castle in Verdane, and he travelled to Evans to confirm Sigurd's intentions. On hearing the story of Verdane's invasion from Sigurd, Eldigan promised to defend Evans from any potential aggression from other Agustrian lords.[6] His suspicions were confirmed during Sigurd's subsequent sortie into Verdane, when he and the Cross Knights deployed to repel an effort by Elliot of Heirhein to attack Evans while Sigurd was otherwise occupied.

The Agustrian crisis

Shortly after Sigurd emerged victorious in the war with Verdane, King Imuka was assassinated by his son Chagall, who succeeded him as the king and immediately set about orchestrating a military build-up and anti-Grannvale sentiment. Eldigan attempted to convince Chagall to end his aggressive actions, but he was ignored in the face of Chagall's deep resentment of him and was arrested. This prompted Sigurd to come to his and Lachesis's aid as they faced aggression from the forces of Heirhein, which in turn devolved into an all-out war between Agustria and Sigurd's small army. In a desperate bid to halt Sigurd's advance, Chagall released Eldigan to negotiate with Sigurd, and Eldigan was furious to see what Sigurd had done seemingly unprovoked. He and Sigurd negotiated to allow Sigurd's army one year to restore Agustria to its prior order and return control to Chagall, but he warned Sigurd that any attempt to betray this deal would result in military action. Following this, Eldigan and the Cross Knights took residence in Silvail Castle, in order to observe Sigurd's actions in Agusty.

Ultimately, despite their best efforts, the deal did not even last six months. Chagall spent these months rebuilding his military before unleashing an all-out assault to retake Agusty from Sigurd, much to Eldigan's shock. In preparation for the ensuing war, he had Grahnye and Ares travel to Leonster and seek refuge with her parents.[7] Despite not wishing to fight Sigurd, following the downfall of Madino Castle, he was forced to lead an attack with the Cross Knights when Chagall accused his failure to do anything as a sign of treason. While at first he was resolved to die fighting for Agustria, during the fight Lachesis convinced him to try again to convince Chagall to back down. Eldigan agreed and, as one final memento, gave Lachesis an Earth Sword before leaving. On returning to Silvail, however, his attempt fell on deaf ears and Chagall declared him a traitor in league with Sigurd. Chagall immediately had Eldigan executed by beheading.

Legacy

The demise of Eldigan was the first of many losses which haunted Sigurd, and was followed quickly by the arrival of Langobalt and Reptor to arrest him on charges of treason; indeed, the initial rumors of Sigurd's involvement in a plot against King Azmur alleged that Eldigan was part of it.[8] Following both Eldigan and Grahnye's deaths, Ares was raised by the mercenary Javarro, and came to falsely believe that Sigurd and Eldigan had been longtime enemies until Sigurd murdered Eldigan, leading him to seek revenge against Sigurd's own son, Seliph.[9] It was not until Nanna presented him with a letter from Eldigan that Ares learned the truth. Seliph, for his part, held an immense respect for Eldigan.[10]

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War

Role

Eldigan first appears as a NPC in Chapter 1, leading an army of eight Cross Knights. He and his army appear one turn after Genoa Castle has been seized, in the upper limits of the map near Nordion, in order to fight Elliot's army and protect Evans Castle while Sigurd fights deeper in Verdane. Once Elliot and his army has been routed, Eldigan's forces will retreat back to Nordion.

Eldigan later re-appears as a boss in Chapter 3, emerging as part of the retinue defending Silvail Castle after Madino has been seized. He and his army of fourteen Cross Knights will actively attack Sigurd's army and attempt to capture Agusty Castle, but Eldigan himself can be convinced to retreat by having Lachesis talk to him. This will give Lachesis an Earth Sword and prompt the cutscene where Eldigan returns to Silvail and is executed as a traitor.

In both cases, Eldigan's appearances are the first time in the game that a character wields a crusader regalia weapon in gameplay, soon followed by Quan obtaining Gáe Bolg in Chapter 3 after Eldigan's death.

Stats

NPC, Chapter 1 Boss, Chapter 3

Portrait eldigan fe04.png
Paladin
Level 20
Holy Blood SNESHolyBloodHezul.gif
Movement 9
Authority ★★★★★
Stats
Max HP 60 Speed 15
Strength 15 Luck 0
Magic 7 Defense 15
Skill 15+10 Resistance 15+20
Inventory Skills
Is snes02 mystletainn.png Mystletainn
Is snes02 steel lance.png Steel Lance
3,000 Gold
--
Weapon Levels
SNESRankSword.png SNESRankLance.png B SNESRankAxe.png -- SNESRankBow.png -- SNESRankStaff.png --
SNESRankFire.png -- SNESRankThunder.png -- SNESRankWind.png -- SNESRankLight.png -- SNESRankDark.png --

Fire Emblem Awakening

Role

Eldigan is available as a reward for completing the downloadable content chapter Infinite Regalia. While playable solely as a DLC reward, Eldigan has more in common with normal SpotPass units: his portrait reuses old art from Genealogy of the Holy War and he appears in the Rogues & Redeemers DLC series, as an enemy in all three installments, without requiring Infinite Regalia to be installed to display his portrait.

Eldigan's portrait also has a background indicating a SpotPass origin, and unlike other characters obtainable as DLC rewards, Eldigan does not use a generic placeholder portrait when the game does not have access to portaits of DLC characters. This, as well as the aformentioned non-requirement of Infinite Regalia to play Rogues & Redeemers, may indicate that Eldigan may have originally been planned to be playable as a SpotPass character, through either the Genealogy of the Holy War first-generation or "Others" character sets, but was ultimately left off the SpotPass roster and had these assets become unused data within the vanilla Awakening game, later put into use as a playable reward in Infinite Regalia and as an enemy unit in the Rogues & Redeemers maps.

Starting stats and growth rates

Small portrait spotpass eldigan fe13.png
Paladin
Level 14
Movement 8
Recruitment: Infinite Regalia, automatically upon completing the chapter.

Stats Growth Rates Stat Modifiers

Inventory Skills
-- Is 3ds01 outdoor fighter.png Outdoor Fighter
Is 3ds01 defender.png Defender
Is 3ds01 charm.png Charm
Is 3ds01 swordfaire.png Swordfaire
Weapon Levels
Swords B Lances D Axes --
Bows -- Tomes -- Staves --

Reclassing options

Small portrait spotpass eldigan fe13.png
Eldigan
Base classes:*
Cavalier Paladin
Great Knight
Reclass options:
This unit can reclass to any male class available through reclassing.
Click here for more details on the reclassing system.


Growth rates when reclassed

Growth rates for most bonus units are unknown at this time.

Promotion stat gains

Archer Barbarian Cavalier Dark Mage Wyvern Rider Fighter Knight Mage Mercenary Myrmidon Priest Tactician Thief

Class HP Str Mag Skill Spd Lck Def Res Mov Weapon level
Sniper +4 +2 +1 +4 +3 +0 +5 +3 +1 --
Bow Knight +8 +3 +0 +2 +4 +0 +1 +2 +3 Swords E

Skill set

Like all male bonus units in Awakening, Eldigan has access to all base class and advanced class skills available to standard male units.

In addition, Eldigan can also receive the following as a personal skill:

Skill
Is 3ds01 charm.png Charm

Fire Emblem Heroes

Role

Eldigan is one of the characters added to the game in the Sibling Bonds update, and became available for summoning by players on February 27, 2017. Only one variation of Eldigan is currently available in Heroes, based on his Genealogy of the Holy War incarnation.

Starting stats

Eldigan: Lionheart is only available at 5★ rarity.
Portrait eldigan feh.png
Rarity ★★★★★
Weapon type Is feh sword.png
Movement type Cavalry

Initial Stats Level 40 Stats

Maximum HP 18/19/20
Attack 7/8/9 Speed 4/5/6
Defense 7/8/9 Resistance 5/6/7
Skills
Is feh skill offense.png Mystletainn*
Is feh skill support.png --
Is feh skill special.png Rising Light

Skill set

Skill Rarity SP cost
Is feh skill offense.png Iron Sword Innate
Is feh skill offense.png Steel Sword Innate
Is feh skill offense.png Killing Edge Innate
Is feh skill offense.png Mystletainn Innate
Is feh skill special.png Rising Light Innate
Is feh skill special.png Growing Light ★★★★★ 300 SP
Is feh fury 1.pngA Fury 1 ★★★★★ 50 SP
Is feh fury 2.pngA Fury 2 ★★★★★ 100 SP
Is feh fury 3.pngA Fury 3 ★★★★★ 200 SP
Is feh lunge.pngB Lunge ★★★★★ 150 SP

Personality and character

A rigid believer in knightly honor and chivalrous conduct, Eldigan was torn between his loyalty toward his friends and his loyalty toward his country. He understood the horrible effects wars had on the common people, and knew his duty was to protect them by ensuring that wars did not erupt.[11] Despite his deep bond with Sigurd, he had a habit of initially assuming the worst of Sigurd's military actions, both when he heard about the Verdane crisis[12] and after seeing what became of Agustria after Sigurd came to his rescue.[13] While at first he felt he could never actually treat Sigurd as an enemy on the battlefield,[14] he was willing to put this aside and fight for Agustria once he felt he had no other choice, but in the end he believed he would rather die to save his friends than in the name of a futile war and that this was the truest expression of a knight's honor.[15] He was close with his subordinates in the Cross Knights, and was moved by their constant loyalty to his command.[16]

His loyalty to his nation led him to hold respect for Chagall, no matter what the man did. He refused to believe the rumors of Chagall's involvement in Imuka's assassination without proof,[17] despite Chagall's conduct he saved him from being killed by Sigurd's army during the initial battle,[18] and in spite of all the evidence to the contrary he always believed Chagall could be reasoned with. In the end, Eldigan believed that Agustria would be nothing without its king, and that Chagall's demise would bring an end to Agustria as well.[19]

Quotes

Battle quotes

This is the Demon Sword, Mystletainn. If you don't wish to become its prey, then don't come anywhere near me...
— Eldigan, in Chapter 3 of Genealogy of the Holy War.
No, Lachesis! I don't want to fight you!!
— Eldigan, when fighting Lachesis in Chapter 3 of Genealogy of the Holy War.
Sigurd... I never expected to ever have to cross swords with you. As knights, however, this is our fate. There is nothing either of us can do about it.
— Eldigan, when fighting Sigurd in Chapter 3 of Genealogy of the Holy War.

Death quotes

Forgive me... Agustria...
— Eldigan, in Chapter 3 of Genealogy of the Holy War.

Fire Emblem Heroes

Other appearances

Fire Emblem Trading Card Game

Eldigan was featured on two TCG cards.

Fire Emblem Trading Card Game data for Eldigan
TCG 1-003.jpg
Class: Paladin Level 1 Cavalry Direct Attack
Energy: 5 Atk.: 3 / Counter: 2 WLv.: SNESRankSword.pngSNESRankLance.png B
Equip: Steel Sword Skills: Seize (Command LV ★) • Canto
Card #003Rarity: ★★ • Artist: Mayumi Hirota
TCG P004.jpg
Class: Paladin Level 10 Cavalry Direct Attack
Energy: 7 Atk.: 4 / Counter: 2 WLv.: SNESRankSword.pngSNESRankLance.png B
Equip: Silver Sword Skills: Canto
Card #P004Rarity: ☆★★ • Artist: Katsuyoshi Koya
Card scans and information translation provided by Aquantis.

Trivia

  • In Awakening, Eldigan is the only character who is unable to use his signature weapon (Mystletainn) immediately after recruitment; he starts with only a B weapon rank in swords, insufficient for Mystletainn.

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Eldigan As of Fire Emblem Awakening.
English
(unofficial)
• Eltosian
• Eltshan
• Eltoshan
These various alternate romanizations of the Japanese name have been used by several different sources and translations.
Japanese エルトシャン Officially romanized as Eltshan. Romanized instead as Eltosian in the Super Tactics Book.
Spanish Eldigan As above.
French Eldigan As above.
German Eldigan As above.
Italian Eldigan As above.

Gallery

Sprite Gallery
Portrait eldigan fe04.png Paladin
Bs fe04 eldigan paladin sword.png
Sword
(Mystletainn)

References

  1. "But it's not all that strange, really. They had different mothers." — Nanna, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  2. "Black Knight Hezul founded the Agusty Royal Family. He had many children and one of them, his youngest daughter who possessed the Brand, was married off to the Nordion family. From then on, the successor of the Brand appeared within the Nordion Royal Family and they were allowed to take the Demon Sword Mystletainn if they swore an oath of loyalty to the Agusty Royal Family. In terms of bloodline, the rulers of Agusty were Hezul's direct descendants." - Designers' notes from a Genealogy of the Holy War playing guide, as translated by Serenes Forest
  3. "Remember the academy? We all met at the military academy back in Belhalla. It was the three of us. You, me, and Eldigan. We were talking late that one night. And we took a vow to help each other out if one of us was ever in a bind." — Quan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  4. "My father always had a soft spot for you, Eldigan. And all the while you had it in for me." — Chagall, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  5. "By the sounds of it, the late King Eldigan of Nordion and his queen had themselves a young boy. His name was Ares, I believe. I reckon he'd be about 3 or 4 by now. Poor thing." — A Silessean villager between Zaxon and Lubeck, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  6. "I wouldn't leave this castle unattended if I were you. There's no telling what the lords of Agustria may do... I'll watch your back, Sigurd." — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  7. "My father knew Agustria was about to be engulfed in war. So he sent me and my frail mother to her parent's residence in Lenster." — Ares, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  8. "There's been some nasty rumours making the rounds in the Royal Court. It's going around that Prince Quan of Leonster, King Eldigan of Nordion, and yourself are conspiring against His Majesty. They say that explains why you're hiding the Prince of Isaach." — Filat, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  9. "If war breaks out, I will go. All mercenaries will. Besides, I heard that Sigurd's son is commanding the rebels. Sigurd was the sworn enemy of my father. His boy is as good as dead if I get my hands on him." — Ares, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  10. "Look, I hold King Eldigan in the same high regard as my father did." — Seliph, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  11. "A war now would incur huge sacrifices on both sides! Our past is a testament to that. The noble class aren't the ones who suffer in the end. It's the powerless citizens who suffer, and I'm not about to let it happen!" — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  12. "How've you been, Sigurd... So what prompted you to take Evans Castle? You're not formally attacking Verdane, are you?" — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  13. "Sigurd, what's going on here? Your army has gained control of the capital city, and I hear that Grannvale has dispatched officials to each of our castles. You're treating us just like we were a tributary state. Did Grannvale take occupation of Agustria while I was away!? Your answer better be good, Sigurd!" — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  14. "What's His Majesty's rush!? Grr! Now I'll have to postpone my return to the capital! Aaah... I can't fight Sigurd. What to do... what to do..." — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  15. "Lachesis: That's not true! If Chagall withdrew his troops, Sir Sigurd would also back out of this. Please, talk with King Chagall. He can't ignore the commander of the Cross Knights.
    Eldigan: ... Okay... I'll give it one more shot. I'd rather risk my life for my friend than this crazy war. That is the way of the knight.
    " — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  16. "It's time to go in, men. This may just be our last battle. I cannot begin to tell you what your years of loyalty has meant to me..." — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  17. "Lachesis: Eldigan, wait! King Chagall killed his own father. He's not about to listen to you! You're putting your life in peril!
    Eldigan: Nonsense. Look... I've heard all about Chagall supposedly killing his father. But there's no proof! If I can just speak with him, I know I'll get through to him.
    " — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  18. "I did, Sigurd. I saved the king. He is all that's left of Agustrian royalty. I don't care what he's done. He's still my master, and I can't sit back and let him die." — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  19. "If Chagall is defeated, Agustria will fall as well." — Eldigan, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
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Playable characters First gen. AdeanAlecArdenAyraAzelBeowolfBriggidClaudDeirdreDewEthlynFerryFinnHolynJamkeLachesisLewynLexMidayleNoishQuanSigurdSylviaTailtiu
Second gen. AltenaAresArthur/AmidCed/HawkCorpul/SharlowDelmud/TristanFaval/AsaelloFee/FeminaFinnHannibalJohalvaJohanJuliaLana/ManaLarcei/RadneyLeifLene/LayleaLester/DimnaNanna/JanneOifeyPatty/DaisySeliphShananTeeny/LindaUlster/Roddlevan
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Thracia 776 FinnLeifNannaOlwenReinhardtSaias
The Binding Blade BartreCeciliaClarineFaeFirGwendolynKleinLilinaNarcianRaighRoyShannaSophiaZephiel
The Blazing Blade CanasDorcasEliwoodFlorinaHawkeyeHectorJaffarKarelKarlaLegaultLinusLloydLuciusLynMatthewNinianNinoPriscillaRavenRebeccaSerraUrsula
The Sacred Stones AmeliaEirikaEphraimInnesJoshuaL'ArachelLuteLyonMarisaMyrrhSethTanaValter
Path of Radiance Black KnightElinciaIkeMiaMistNepheneeOscarSanakiSorenTitania
Radiant Dawn IkeMicaiahOliverSanakiSotheZelgius
New Mystery of the Emblem AthenaClarisseKatarinaLegionLukeRoderick
Awakening ChercheChromCordeliaDonnelFrederickGaiusHenryInigoLissaLon'quLucina"Marth"MorganNoireNowiOliviaRobinStahlSullyTharjaTikiVirion
Fates ArthurAzamaAzuraBerukaCamillaCharlotteCorrinEffieEliseFeliciaGunterHanaHinataHinokaJakobKageroKanaKazeLaslowLeoNilesOboroOdinPeriRhajatRyomaSakuraSaizoSetsunaSelenaShigureShiroSiegbertSoleilSubakiTakumiXander
Shadows of Valentia AlmBerkutBoeyCelicaClairCliveDeltheaFayeGennyGrayLeonLukasMaeMathildaSaberSonyaTobin
Story Maps Book I PrefaceP: World of Zenith • 1: World of Mystery • 2: World of Conquest • 3: World of Binding • 4: World of Awakening • 5: Back to Mystery • 6: World of Birthright • 7: World of Blazing • 8: Back to Awakening • 9: Heroes Invade • 10: World of Radiance • 11: Rite of Shadows • 12: Bitter Enemies • 13: Diabolical BloodlineI: A Power AwakensI: The Rite of Blades
Book II 1: The Flame • 2: Princess of Ice • 3: Guided by a Dream • 4: Fiery Resolve • 5: Blood and Snow • 6: The True Quarry • 7: Snow and Ash • 8: Rite of Frost • 9: Hellfire • 10: The King's Demise
Paralogues 1: Family Bonds • 2: Sibling Bonds • 3: Blazing Shadows • 4: Spring Festival • 5: World of Shadows • 6: Bridal Blessings • 7: Echoes of Mystery • 8: Ylissean Summer • 9: Nohrian Summer • 10: The Sacred World • 11: Brave Heroes • 12: Performing Arts • 13: World of Holy War • 14: Trick or Defeat! • 15: Farfetched Heroes • 16: Winter's Envoy • 17: Happy New Year! • 18: Love Abounds • 19: Hares at the Fair • 20: Bridal Bloom • 21: Summer's Arrival • 22: A Sketchy Summer
Xenologues 1: Detached Princess • 2: The Brink of Chaos • 3: The People's Hero
Locations The Sacred WorldWorld of AwakeningWorld of BindingWorld of BirthrightWorld of BlazingWorld of ConquestWorld of DawnWorld of Holy WarWorld of MysteryWorld of RadianceWorld of ShadowsWorld of Zenith (Askran KingdomEmblian EmpireMúspellNifl)
Groups, objects, and concepts Arena DuelsBlessed GardensBreidablikChain ChallengeGrand ConquestsOrbOrder of HeroesRaritySummoning (summoning events) • Special Maps (Bound Hero BattlesEvent MapsGrand Hero BattlesHero BattlesLegendary Hero BattlesRival DomainsSpecial Training MapsTrial Maps) • Squad AssaultTactics DrillsTap BattleTempest TrialsVoting Gauntlet
Related topics A Hero RisesArtistsCalendarsChoose Your LegendsFire Emblem Heroes: Heroes' Everyday LivesFire Emblem Heroes: Mini Acrylic Figure CollectionList of regional version differences (Name chart) • Pre-release information (Unused content)