The latest Fire Emblem: Three Houses DLC Cindered Shadows will bring fantastic new characters. Intelligent Systems and Nintendo will slowly add them as they did with the initial cast before the first game’s launch. The fifth persona to be introduced is Aelfric or Alphard in Japanese, as the last post on the official Japanese Twitter indicated. Aelfric is voiced by Daisuke Hirakawa, known for its role in the Trails of Cold Steel, as Rufus Albarea.
Aelfric is presented as the man who commands the Abyss on account of the Church of Seiros. He also succeeded in getting the actual status of relative rank as opposed to the region being ruled by crime and hunger as it was in the past.
Patient and tolerant, the ones from Abyss have increased their trust in him. They did that even if Aelfric was still skeptical of the church itself. The character has also been described as the one who quarreled for the development of the house of the Ashen Wolves.
Aelfric Was Introduced as a New Character in Fire Emblem: Three Houses Cindered Shadows DLC
The following trailer showcased the new character perfectly, and you can watch it here. The Cindered Shadows DLC will be launched on February 12. The upcoming release will also bring a free update. Other characters include Constance, the leader of the Ashen Wolves, Yuri, Hapi, and Balthus.
Constance is voiced by Sarah Emi Bridcutt, known from The King of Fighters XIV. The character came from the Empire and is an aristocrat, as presented in the official description, the last heir of the Nuvelle family. Yuri, on the other hand, is introduced as the leader of the Ashen Wolves family, who is driven by a powerful desire to secure the people of Abyss. Junya Enoki voices the character.
Moreover, Hapi, voiced by Sachika Misawa, will bring her apathetic attitude, yet displaying a fighter figure to the game. As for Balthus, a character voiced by Subaru Kimura, he’s showcased as a rather tough guy, with a carefree personality.
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