Profile[edit | edit source]
Background[edit | edit source]
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Pahn is a strong built man, with enormous muscles. He has black short hair and wears a bandana. He wears short sleeved red shirt, shoulder pads with only one side, loose pants sustained with red belt, red and black gauntlets and black sandals. His weapon of choice is his fists.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Pahn is a brute who is concerned mainly in fighting and food. At the beginning of Suikoden, he firmly believed in the good of the empire and didn't wanted to betray Teo, but after some events passed, he decided to fight for what he believed in and followed Tir in his fight against the empire.
Story[edit | edit source]
Game[edit | edit source]
Before the Gate Rune Wars, Pahn served in the McDohl household as a bodyguard. He traveled with Tir during his Young Master's time as a soldier of the Scarlet Moon Empire. When Ted returns injured from the castle after a mission to Rockland, Pahn fetches the Imperial guards. He did so because he truly believed the Empire to not be as corrupt as the rumors made it seem. For Pahn, it was his home and the home of the man he swore his life and allegiance to.
He refused to believe Windy was as evil, twisted as she later revealed herself to be. Futhermore, he never thought the Empire would really bring any harm to his friends. After the events with Ted's transfer of the Soul Eater, Pahn remained with the Empire while Tir fled Gregminster as a fugitive.
Later in Kouan, Pahn, still under the command of the recently reassigned commander Kraze, was ordered to capture Tir and Lepant while Kraze held Eileen hostage. Pahn stated that he didn't regreted his decision in Gregminster, but decided to really follow his heart this time, and realizing how wicked is Kraze, he turned back against his commander, rushed toward him and beat him, freeing Eileen in the process. Following the events, He rejoined Tir and became a member of the Liberation Army.
When Tir's army inevitable confronts Teo's army, they're routed, and Pahn remains behind to buy Tir time by dueling with Teo. The result of the duel also determines Pahn's fate. After the war, should he win the duel, Pahn embarks on a journey to improve his imperfect self.
Role in the Game[edit | edit source]
Pahn joins Tir when spoken to after the events in Kouan. At a later point in the game, Pahn must duel Teo McDohl. If Pahn is defeated in the duel, then he will be technically killed in the story. The player must keep his weapon properly sharpened and have Pahn higher than level 30 with good equipment in order to increase the possibility of winning the duel.
Pahn is a slow but otherwise great front line fighter, and his Boar Rune does decent damage to one enemy, but unbalances him after using it.
Weapon Type: Claw
Weapon Range: S
Weapon Starting Level: 1
|Name||Claws||Super Claws||Ultra Claws|
|Starting Equipment||Best Equipment|
|Other 1||Gloves||Power Gloves|
|Other 2||'||Speed Ring|
Pahn can be found in Gregminster in the McDohl's house.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Pahn somehow manages to make an appearance in Suikoden II even if Pahn lost the duel to Teo. Though the first game would render him as "Dead", it is unknown what really happened to him between that duel and Suikoden II, if he lost.
- Keep Pahn in your active party members as he will take part in a battle against Teo Mcdohl.
- In Suikoden II, there is reference to Pahn possibly living in the McDohl mansion with Cleo. To the right of where Cleo can be found is another room, within it, a red headband hanging from the wall above the dresser.