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Wire (Japanese: ワイアー Wire) is a member of the Black Fang leading an attempted sneak attack on Castle Ostia and the boss of chapter 11 of Hector's tale of Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade. Not much else is known about Wire, as he's rarely seen speaking, asking Nergal for forgivness as he's defeated by the marquess's brother and a spy helping him escape.
The Blazing Blade
Chapter 11 (Hector), Normal Chapter 11 (Hector), Hard
|“||Hector: You're not Marquess Laus's assassins, are you? You're too good, too professional. Nothing like those idiots over there.
Wire: You've no need to know, little Lord Hector. A fool like you, sneaking out of the country alone... You'll go missing, never to return. Your body will never be found. Tidy story, eh? Ha ha...
Hector: Tsk tsk... Looks like your luck's run out.
Wire: Our luck? What are you...
Hector: You see, I'm about as angry as I've ever been. I doubt that even a dozen of you could slow me down. Prepare to die!!!
— Wire, when fighting Hector in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade.
|“||Wire: The Ostian spy. Why did you return?
Matthew: I've known you were here for some time. I also knew you were after Lord Hector, not me. You're all professional assassins. You wait for your chance, and you don't miss it. You were waiting for me to leave Lord Hector alone. That's when you were planning to attack, right?
Wire: Ah... So that's why you came back, is it? I was sure you'd gone back to play with the guards.
Matthew: If I had, I would've taken Lord Hector with me. No matter what it took.
Wire: Cheeky fellow, aren't you? But you're out of your league.
Matthew: How so?
Wire: You think to challenge me? Prepare to die, you witless fool!
— Wire, when fighting Matthew in Fire Emblem.
|“||Fuh...Fuh...Forgive me....Lord... Nergal...||”|
— Wire, in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade.
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