Things I Like: Lady Rhea (Fire Emblem: Three Houses)

Lady Rhea fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

She’s certainly a juggernaut in the game, even though we don’t see her in battle until near the end. She’s the archbishop for the major church in the continent and the head of the academy school as well.

Seirios flashback Lady Rhea fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

But she was originally Seirios, a demi-goddess and daughter of the goddess Sothis. She has lived for centuries and centuries.

Lady Rhea and her brother fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

Always plotting and controlling those around her. It’s amazing how she was able to keep that up for that long.

Lady Rhea talks with professor Byleth fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

I did like her for the most part. But when it came time to choose between her and Edelgard, I stuck with my female Emperor.

Lady Rhea alliance with King Dimitri fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

And she makes an ally out of King Dimitri for obvious reasons.

Lady Rhea vs Byleth fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

I was spooked to meet her on the battlefield. I figured she’d be nearly impossible to defeat.

Lady Rhea hits Byleth with lightning bolt fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

On our first real battle, not as bad as I thought.

Dragon Lady Rhea vs Byleth fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

But during the final battle, she becomes a giant dragon. And it took me FOREVER to take her down.

Dragon Lady Rhea killed by Byleth and Edelgard fire Emblem three houses Nintendo Switch

So during my route in the game (Black Eagles, Crimson Flower), the story showed her defeated once and for all by Byleth and Edelgard.

Published by Adam (Neko Random)

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

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