Paprika is a playable character in Fire Emblem: World at War. She is an experienced spear fighter serving Vagmire's army with Undrake. She is Sandra's twin sister and is very self-confident in herself, as primarily seen in her supports with Dakoda.
Her birthday is September 15th. If she achieves an A support with one of her marraige candidates, she will have a son named Andre.
Unit Data EditPaprika joins in Chapter 12 at level 14. As a unit, she likes to double and gets few hits from enemies. However, she gets weighed down a bit from her Steel Lance in her inventory.
Paprika has growths that make her more faster and nimble as she grows. When she promotes, she can become a speedy General, which is not common with normal Knights. She can also promote into a fairly fast and powerful Halberdier. Her Steel Lance weighs her down a bit, but in the chapter she joins in, there are plenty of slow classes, such as Knights and Shamans, that won't be a problem to her.Paprika joins the group with the Fire affinity, giving her supported allies a boost in Strength, so in a way she can also function as a good attack-boosting unit. Her affinity also gives her a well-needed Strength boost.
Main Article: Paprika/Supports
- Andre (Personal Connection)
- Paprika, Confident Soldier
After the war ended, Paprika left to start a new life alongside her sister Sandra. One thing that stayed was her affectionate love for her sister, who she protected with her life.
Paprika (US English more commonly i/pəˈpriːkə/, British English more commonly i/ˈpæprɪkə/) is a ground spice made from red air-dried fruits of the larger and sweeter varieties of the plant Capsicum annuum, called bell pepper or sweet pepper, sometimes with the addition of more pungent varieties, called chili peppers, and cayenne pepper. Her name was inspired by her basis, Papyrus, from Undertale.
- Paprika shares her birthday, September 15th, with her sister, Sandra.
- Paprika, along with Sandra, Undrake, and Alpherre, all share their character bases with Undertale characters, this being because the game's creator has a soft spot for the game. Paprika is based off of the character Papyrus.