Leanne as she appears in
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Name Leanne
Game Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance,
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Age Unknown
Race Laguz
Home Country Serenes
Class Heron (FE10)
Level 5
Affinity FE10Water.png
Skills Canto,
Known Relations Reyson (brother),
Rafiel (brother),
Lorazieh (father),
Lillia (sister - deceased)
Allegiance Heron Family, Tibarn, Naesala

Leanne is the fourth princess of the royal Heron tribe. She is also the younger sister of Reyson and Rafiel, other Herons of the royal family. They are the children of Lorazieh, the king. Leanne was thought dead after the Serenes Massacre but is found deep within the forest and becomes a non-playable character in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, not playable until Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn. She is unable to attack, but uses the powers of Galdrar to enable units to move twice. She is able to transform, but it only enhances her powers and increases her skill slightly. She has no counter attack, and cannot do any means of physical damage. She is a highly useful unit none the less, and serves as an important character to the story of both Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn.


[edit] Character Data

[edit] Background

[edit] Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

Leanne is first encountered accidentally when Ike and the Crimean Liberation Army try to track down Oliver and Reyson. Leanne immediately feints upon seeing them and is placed on Ike's back - still fighting - when Oliver and his army attempt to take her as a hostage.

In the following chapter, Tibarn, Ulki, Janaff and Reyson will arrive and escort Leanne back to Phoenicis where she is held under protection. The Black Knight eventually succeeds in kidnapping her to bring back to Ashnard who hopes she can release the Goddess of Chaos, even though she cannot. She is later rescued by Naesala and returns to Gallia with her brother, Reyson, when the game ends.

[edit] Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

Leanne is first seen in the chapter On Drifting Clouds, where she runs into Begnion Dracoknights who attempt to kidnap and sell her. She fortunately runs into Queen Elincia and Marcia who protect her and bring her back to the country's capitol, Melior. Leanne seeks to speak with Ike about the coming war between the Laguz Alliance and Begnion, but Elincia informs her that Ike is no where to be found.

Leanne is not seen again until part three where she accompanies the bird tribes in the war. While her brothers fight in the endgame on opposing sides, Leanne attempts to seal the Goddess of Chaos away in the ever-so-glowing medallion. When Yune awakes and Ashera turns everyone to stone for their disobedience to her promise, Leanne joins the Silver Army on their march to the Tower of Guidance in hopes of stopping Ashera's final judgement which will ultimately clear the world of all living things.

[edit] Personality

Leanne, like her brother Reyson, picked up on some traits of the hawks. She is much more emotionaly powerful in Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, and is always watching out for the better of the people. She refuses to stay away from the battle; not because she likes fighting, but because she wants to aid the cause of bettering the world. Even when she is told to stay behind, she comes to do what she can.

Leanne is primarily a very sweet girl who does her best to comfort her friends. Being a Heron, she has the ability to peer into others' hearts, which helps her with consoling other allied units throughout the Tellius Games.

In Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn Leanne also shows incredible motivation towards equality between Beorc and Laguz when she learns the language of Beorc and communicates with Elincia.

[edit] Base Stats

Leanne FE10 Portrait.jpg Stat Base Max Growths
MHP 25 N/A 60%
STR 0 N/A 0%
SKL 1 > 2 N/A 10%
SPD 6 > 12 N/A 20%
Class Heron DEF 2 > 4 N/A 10%
Level 5 RES 11 > 22 N/A 40%
Affinity FE10Water.png LUK 27 N/A 80%
Weapon Level N/A: Cannot equip weapons CON 5 > 9 N/A
Inventory Weight 2 > 6

[edit] Promotions

Leanne is a Heron and will not be able to promote from her current state.

[edit] Weapons

Leanne, along with the rest of the Heron Tribe, can not equip any weapons. The only physical way for Leanne to inflict damage is to use a Reaper Card, which allows non-magic users to inflict magical damage on their enemies. This is hardly recommended due to her fragile state and low magic, though.

Leanne instead uses the ancient song of Herons, Galdrar, to aid on the battle field.

[edit] Supports

[edit] Recruiting

  • In On Drifting Clouds, Leanne will automatically join your team. She will not be recruited again until Just Cause when she is playable for the chapter only. She will be back in chapter one, part four, where she assists Micaiah's group on their path towards the Tower of Guidance.

[edit] Quotes

(Ah... Nealuchi....)

Leanne, Part 2 Prologue

No! Princess Leanne! There's nothing... I can do... Why couldn't I save you...

Elincia, Part 2 Prologue


Leanne, Endgame

Leanne! That's enough. Fall back. We can make do without your galdrar, but we need you alive.

Ike, Endgame.

(My apologies, Sir Ike...)

Leanne, Endgame

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