Unnamed spouse (varies in Awakening)
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Robin (ルフレ, Reflet; or Daraen in European versions) are two playable characters in Fire Emblem Warriors. They serve as the player's avatar in Fire Emblem Awakening. The male version of Robin appears in Story Mode, but the female version can be used as an alternate costume, with new voice clips, after being unlocked in the History Mode.
Role in GameEdit
After the convergence when Validar formed an alliance with Grisstone to invade Aytolis' temple to steal the Shield of Flames from the latter army, Robin and the rest of Yllisian army helps Aytolisian army defending the temple, while sending Cordelia to inform Chrom to help their other world allies quickly.
At some point after "Marth" is recruited after a short duel between "him" and Chrom, Robin is about to be turned evil, just as Validar attempt to use the ritual to revive Grima and attempt to open a full-scale gate of Outrealm for Velezark and its demon army to enter the converged Earth, but is finally being thwarted thanks to "Marth"'s intel, who eventually reveal "himself" as Chrom's daughter Lucina and is actually accompanied with her cousin and Lissa's son Owain.
In the retell Awakening storyline on History Mode, this is the first time both male and female versions of Robin have met. The male Robin is from the present and remains with Chrom, while the female Robin is from Lucina's timeline and possessed by the evil dragon Grima.
An avid reader with a sharp mind, Robin's knowledge of strategy and tactics makes them a valuable asset to any army. They are often compared to Marth due to their similar empathetic and charismatic natures.
Although Robin can wield both tomes and swords as a Tactician, in Warriors, they mostly uses tomes and deals magic damage from range, and the Levin Sword also deals magical damage despite it being a sword.
Robin's unique Crest is Solidarity, a skill they learn as a Tactician. In the regular Fire Emblem, it boosts the Critical Rate and Critical Evade of characters that Robin is supporting, but in Warriors, it boosts the attack power of the character that Robin is supporting.
- See also: Robin/Quotes
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