Things I Like: Byleth (Fire Emblem: Three Houses)

Byleth fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

Byleth is the main character in the game, and for my journey I chose Byleth to be female instead of male.

Sothis fusion Byleth sitting down fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

I didn’t realize that she was really the daughter of a Rhea clone which makes her devine…sort of. Her father Jeralt never even told her the whole truth.

Byleth teaching the black eagles fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

With my Byleth, I chose her to lead the Black Eagles house.

Byleth finds the sword of the creator fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

I wasn’t too impressed by the Sword of the Creator though. Not as powerful as it should have been.

Byleth crying over father jeralt dying fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

I was pretty sad when she saw her father Jeralt slain.

Byleth agrees to merge with Sothis fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

To make matters worse, she gets stuck in a void of time and space by dark magic.

Byleth and Sothis fusion fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

For which she fuses her being with Sothis to break free of.

Byleth escapes the void fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

And she comes back with green hair.

Byleth vs lady Rhea swordfight fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

She was always my most powerful warrior. I rarely saw her fall on the battlefield.

Byleth vs dragon Rhea fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

But during my route, I chose to side with Edelgard against Rhea.

Byleth and Edelgard kill Lady Rhea fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

For which they bitterly and barely win. And for some reason, Byleth loses her Sothis fusion as a result.

Byleth marries emperor Edelgard fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

But I married her to Edelgard at the end, seemed fitting.

Published by Adam (Neko Random)

Nerdy guy who loves video games, movies, history, tv, and trivia.

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