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Ehlrig
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Sprite(s) Erig1 Erig2
Gender Male
Race Human
Nationality Bakram
Class Cleric
Faction(s) Valerian Liberation Front
Denam's Order
Alignment LawfulLawful
Element WaterWater

Ehlrig (known as Erig in the SNES/PS version) is a playable character in Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together.

A partisan of the Valerian Liberation Front disguised as a common pirate, he escaped the Dark Knights' attack on the Liberation Front due to being at sea at the time. Upon knowing of his leader's survival, he returns to assist her.

Warren Report Edit

Captain Ehlrig
Merrik Ehlrig. Age 33.
A Bakram formerly with the Liberation Front. He was at sea when the Dark Knights attacked Boed Fortress to wipe out the Liberation Front, and so escaped with his life.
After meeting up with Cerya at Rhime, they set out for Qadriga Fortress to rebuild their forces. They continued the work of the Liberation Front under the guise of pirates, calling themselves the "Free Seas."

Recruitment Edit

Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together (PSP) Edit

Exclusive to the Neutral route
During Chapter 3N. Cerya will join the battle against Oz as a Guest, surrounded by enemies and inflicted with Leadened status; the player must keep her alive during this battle. At the end she will leave without joining.

In Chapter 4N, after rescuing Archiereus Mreuva, read the Warren Report Talk entry "Pirates of Qadriga Fortress" to unlock a special event. Go there, see the event with Cerya and Captain Ehlrig, and answer "Will you aid us?" to recruit both.

Overview Edit

Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together (PSP) Edit

Ehlrig is perhaps one of the most useless recruitable characters in the game. He comes in pretty late into the game, with RT comparable to that of generic units, and with a class that not only has become nearly-obsolete at that point but also abundant in the Neutral Route.

Unusually, he comes with high ranks in Hammers, but the only hammer available for Clerics is the female-only Caldia.

If the player insist on using this character, he may be made more useful as a Knight, since it allows him to take advantage of his trained Hammers and Divine Magic skills; alternatively, he may be made into a Rogue if no other characters fulfill that role, since it's a good class to have in any party, has no unique characters, and has a low RT that mitigates Ehlrig's own.

Localization Edit

Game Name
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together (PSX) Erig
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together (PSP) Ehlrig