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Byleth Eisner is the main character of Fire Emblem: Three Houses as well as the player avatar of the game. Byleth is a member of a band of mercenary led by their father Jeralt. After discovering a mysterious power hidden within, they are offered a post as a teacher at the Officer's Academy of the Garreg Mach Monastery. As such, they are the teacher of most of the playable characters in the game. They also appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as DLC fighters.

Personality and Appearance

History

Byleth was born as the child of Jeralt and Sitri Eisner on the 20th of the Horsebow Moon in Imperial Year 1159. Sitri died after giving birth under mysterious circumstances unknown to most, leaving Jeralt devastated as he was told she died from childbirth complications. Jeralt called a doctor in secret to examine Byleth, only to learn that Byleth had a pulse-- but no heartbeat.

In truth, Sitri was the 12th vessel created by Rhea to try and revive the Goddess Sothis. Sitri, along with the predecessor vessels, were unable to host the power of the Goddess, which made Sitri frail and unable to leave the monastery. When she met and fell in love with Jeralt, Jeralt had the Crest of Seiros, creating a perfect recipe for reviving the Goddess in their child. Byleth and Sitri were about to die, where Sitri demanded Rhea to transfer her heart into Byleth's, where Rhea agreed. While the transplant was successful, it killed Sitri and made Byleth lack heartbeat.

Jeralt's suspicions of Rhea grew after the events, making him think she did something to the child. He then thought of a plan to leave the Church of Seiros along with the knights suddenly.

On the 7th of the Wyvern Moon in 1159, Jeralt left the Knights of Seiros to go to Remire Village to raise Byleth as a mercenary, using a fire that broke out to fake the baby's death.

Byleth was then raised as a mercenary, gaining the nickname Ashen Demon from others for striking down their enemies in combat without emotion or hesitation.

Fire Emblem series

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Stats

Supports

Endings

Fire Emblem Heroes

Male

Stats

Heroes Male Byleth sprite
Rarity ★★★★★
Weapon FEH Weapon (Sword)
Movement FEH Group (Infantry)

Max HP 17/18/19 Attack 11/12/13
Speed 7/8/9 Defense 7/8/9
Resistance 2/3/4 Total 49

Max HP 36/40/43 Attack 33/36/39
Speed 35/38/42 Defense 31/34/37
Resistance 17/20/23 Total 167~169

Max HP 50% Attack 55%
Speed 70% Defense 60%
Resistance 40% Total 275%

Skills
FEH Skill Offense Creator Sword
FEH Skill (Assist)
FEH Skill (Special) Ruptured Sky

Skills

Female

Stats

Heroes FByletyh Sprite
Rarity ★★★★★
Weapon FEH Weapon (Sword)
Movement FEH Group (Infantry)

Max HP 17/18/19 Attack 9/10/11
Speed 9/10/11 Defense 6/7/8
Resistance 3/4/5 Total 49

Max HP 36/40/43 Attack 31/34/37
Speed 37/40/44 Defense 30/33/36
Resistance 18/21/24 Total 167~169

Max HP 50% Attack 55%
Speed 70% Defense 60%
Resistance 40% Total 275%

Skills
FEH Skill Offense Creator Sword
FEH Skill (Assist)
FEH Skill (Special) Ruptured Sky

Skills

Super Smash Bros. series

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Byleth was announced as a DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on January 16, 2020. Byleth's primary weapon is the Sword of the Creator, which is used in both sword and whip form for his upward attacks. They are also equipped with Areadbhar for their side moves, Aymr for their down moves, and Failnaught for their neutral moves. Byleth is mostly specialized in distance based combat and a lot of their moves are less effective when the opponent is too close. Byleth has alts referencing Dimitri, Edelgard, Claude, and Sothis, as well as their transformation state for both genders.

Attacks

Trivia

  • Male Byleth's original voice actor was Chris Niosi. However, due to Niosi confirming abuse of several ex-girlfriends, as well as being accused of breaking the non-disclosure agreement, he was recast and replaced by Zachary Aguilar.[1]

Names in Other Languages

  • Male:
    • Spanish: Bereto (based on his Japanese name. Second declension (genitive Beretis))
    • Portuguese: Bereto (based on his Japanese name. Second declension (genitive Beretis))
    • Italian: Beréto (based on his Japanese name. Second declension (genitive Berétis))
  • Female:
    • Spanish: Beresu (based on her Japanese name. Fourth declension (genitive Berésuos))
    • Portuguese: Beresu (based on her Japanese name. Fourth declension (genitive Beresús))
    • Italian: Berésu (based on her Japanese name. Fourth declension (genitive Berésuus))

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