Fire Emblem: Three Houses Reveals Doudo With New Screenshot, Art, and Video

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Today Nintendo and Intelligent Systems revealed another character of the rather interesting cast that will appear in Fire Emblem: Three Houses with a video, a screenshot, and new artwork.

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Today we get the introduction of Doudo from the House of the Blue Lions

He is a commoner from the region of Daskar in the northwest part of the Kingdom of Faerghus. He also serves Dimitri.

He feels deeply indebted to his master and he decided to protect him even at the cost of his life.

Doudo is easily misunderstood because of his stern and quiet demeanor, but he’s actually a rather nice and mild-mannered young man.

He is voiced by Hidenori Takahashi, who is known for lending his voice to Odin in Fire Emblem Fates and Owain in Fire Emblem Awakening.

The video showcases a conversation in which Doudo thanks the protagonist for saving Dimitri, mentioning very formally that he has no words to express his gratitude, and pledging that he will lend help in exchange if the need arises.

You can check out the assets below. If you want to see and learn more, you can enjoy the screenshots and video showing Eldegardmore for Dimitriassets for Claudescreenshot and video showing Jeralt, even more starring Rea,

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), and a look at Hubert.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses will launch on July 26 exclusively for Nintendo Switch.

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