This time around the spotlight is on Yeritswa (this is a challenging name to transliterate from Katakana, so Nintendo’s official name may vary).
He’s a teacher of the academy in charge of training students in swordsmanship. He dislikes contact with other people, so he does not hesitate to refuse the approaches of anyone who asks casually. While he’s mysterious, he takes his responsibility of training the students seriously and his ability is the real thing.
He is voiced by Atsushi Imaruoka.
You can also enjoy the images at the bottom of the post.
If you want to see and learn more of the Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you can enjoy tons of recent gameplay, the latest trailer and the latest images, the screenshots and video showing Eldegard, more for Dimitri, assets for Claude, screenshot and video showing Jeralt, more starring Rhea, the recent reveal of Catherine, that of Alois, and the showcases of Setes and his sister Fren.
We also have the introduction of Sothis, a look at the main hero and heroine Beres and Beret (or Byleth as they’re named in English), the introduction of Hubert, the reveal of Doudo, the introduction of Manuela, that of Dorothea, the reveal of Felix, the assets introducing Hilda, more showcasing Hanneman, the reveal of Ferdinand, even more showing Mercedes,
You can then check out more assets focusing on Raphael, the first look at Bernadetta, on top of the introduction of Ash, the presentation of Lysithea, the reveal of Kaspar, the reveal of Annette, the video and screenshots for Ignace, those for Petra, the introduction of Sylvain, the assets showing Marianne, the videos and images for Reinhardt, these for Ingrid, the first look at Leonie, the reveal of a pair of shady villains, and three more.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses will release on July 26 exclusively for Nintendo Switch.