|“||Once I kill you, I'll be able to go about my business without anyone around to damage my reputation.||„|
|~ Pallardó betraying Anna and Jeritza.|
Pallardó Davino is a minor antagonist in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, being a minor antagonist in all four routes.
He is a cowardly thief who tries to pillage Garreg Mach Monastery after it's abandonment for 5 years. In the Crimson Flower route, he also tries to scam Anna out of treasure that she found in her paralogue.
He was voiced by Tasuku Kida in Japanese and Joe J. Thomas (who also voiced Nobunaga Hazama in the 2011 anime of Hunter x Hunter) in English.
Pallardó is a rather bland thief, not serving much more of a purpose in-story other than being a re-introduction to the classmates post-timeskip. From the little we do see of him in chapter 13 and in Anna's and Jeritza's paralogue, we can see that he is rather smart for a thief, setting up a body double when Byleth attacks him in Garreg Mach and attempting to scam Anna out of her treasure. However, he is also extremely greedy and cowardly.
In the Crimson Flower route, Pallardó is the main boss of Anna's and Jeritza's paralogue. Pallardó asks Anna to help him find some treasure, offering to split the treasure between them. However, when Anna tries to collect her portion, Pallardó steals the treasure, claiming that he is trying to calculate the profits. Anna sees through his act, and with the help of Jeritza, Byleth and the rest of the Black Eagle manage to retrieve the treasure, killing Pallardó in the process.
Pallardó is fought in the first post-timeskip chapter. 5 years after Garreg Mach's annihilation, a group of bandits lead by Pallardó take refuge inside of the monastery, where they begin to pillage it. Byleth and Dimitri/Claude/Seteth fight the bandits to clean the monastery of the bandits. Pallardó tries to escape by using one of his partners as a body double, but he is killed when the other students and staff return to fulfil their promise to Byleth.
- Pallardó can be seen as a counterpart to another bandit fought earlier in the story Kostas. Both are fought at early points, with Kostas being the first boss of the game and Pallardó being the first boss who has been fought post-timeskip. Both are also bandits. However, while Kostas has some is a brute and has a minor sense of honour, Pallardó uses sneaky tactics to defeat his opponents and is a coward.
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