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|“||I've no use for these bloodless minnows... Give me prey that will sate my bloodlust... I hunger!||„|
Valter (translated Walter in the Japanese version), also known as The Moonstone, is a major antagonist from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. He is the third strongest general in Grado's Imperial army, both in the past and the present.
In Fire Emblem Heroes, he is voiced by Tōru Ōkawa in Japanese and Imari Williams in English.
Before the events of Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, Valter was fired and ultimately exiled from Grado by Emperor Vigarde for the mistreatment and slaughtering of innocents, but is later reinstated by Lyon and charged with destroying the Sacred Stone of Renais. He first appears during the siege of Castle Renais, where he seriously injures Seth.
He is later seen in Chapter 5x, speaking with his adjutant Tirado, who has a plan to ambush and capture Ephraim. Ephraim and his men break out of the trap much to Valter's anger and, in Ephraim's route, Valter is later seen at Bethroen, where he has Selena return to the capital after informing her that the Emperor suspects her of treason over failure to carry out orders.
He then takes off to Carcino, where he intends to kill Glen. In Eirika's route, he accuses Glen of being a traitor for allowing Eirika and Innes into Caer Pelyn. Valter states that after his fall from glory, only desire for revenge against Grado's old command kept him alive, and that he has no need for peace and wishes for an endless war before dueling and killing Glen. Afterwards, Valter takes Glen's mangled corpse to Cormag and frames Eirika for his death. Enraged, Cormag heads to Hamill Canyon to avenge his brother, but upon seeing that Eirika is not who Valter portrayed her as, he defects and joins her group so that he may kill Valter.
Valter is ultimately slain on Chapter 15 at the assault on Jehanna Hall. Should Cormag confront him, Valter taunts him, believing him to be just as weak as his brother.
A support conversation between Duessel and Cormag reveals that Valter, while never a "gentle lamb", was not always as psychotic and bloodthirsty as he came to be. Duessel explains that in an unspecified battle, Valter broke his lance and somehow got ahold of Duessel's cursed lance, which corrupted his mind.
Valter can be unlocked as a playable character in a game mode called Creature Campaign by beating the seventh floor of the Lagdou Ruins.
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