Fire Emblem Fates’ Bisexual Characters Are Shara And Zero

By Robert Ward . July 1, 2015 . 12:33pm


 

Zero’s Courtship Scene w/ Male Avatar

 

Earlier this month, Nintendo revealed that players could marry one of two characters of the same gender in Fire Emblem: Fates. If the player chooses Birthright and has a female avatar, they will be able to marry Shara. If the player chooses Conquest and has a male avatar, they will be able to marry Zero. Both characters will be available in a third DLC episode as well.

 

Shara is actually the child of Tsukuyomi, a unit that joins the player in Chapter 8 of Birthright. Shara is a peculiar character, comparable to Tharja from Fire Emblem: Awakening in her bluntness, and goes so far as to stalk those she believes may be compatible with her.

 

Zero, on the other hand, is not the child of another unit. A former thief, Zero is known for his sadistic nature and enjoys watching people suffer. Both characters are bisexual, and can still marry units of the opposite gender.

 

Fire Emblem: Fates will be released in the United States and Europe sometime in 2016.


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