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Aliste Rosenheim
Sprite(s) N/A
Japanese アーレス ローゼンハイム
Romaji Āresu Rōzenhaimu
Gender Male
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Voice actor(s)
Job Class Templar
Affiliation Ex-Lieutenant of Gryphon Knights
Final Fantasy Tactics Character

Beowulf: "Where gone is the noble Ser Aliste - the knight I once trusted with my life?"
Aliste: "The man has long since passed!"

— Beowulf duels Aliste, Final Fantasy Tactics

Aliste Rosenheim is a character from Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions. A Templar and former lieutenant of the Gryphon Knights of Lionel, he is Beowulf's friend and rival.


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Member of the Gryphon Knights

Originally a lieutenant, Aliste fought side-by-side with Beowulf. Beowulf considered Aliste his most trusted soldier and a worthy rival. Aliste was overjoyed when Beowulf announced his engagement to Reis Duelar. However, when Beowulf was exiled by Celebrant Bremondt, he was promoted to captain.

Bremondt's Plan

Aliste's defeat.

Aliste eventually realized he was suffering from a terminal disease. Deciding he wanted to die fighting Beowulf, Aliste agreed to kidnap Reis for Celebrant Bremondt. When Beowulf and Reis were visiting Lionel with Ramza, Aliste appeared and kidnapped her, much to Beowulf's surprise. Aliste told him to come to Lionel castle if he wanted to see her again.

Beowulf and Ramza arrived at the castle. When they saw the open gate, they realized it was a trap, prompting Aliste to appear before them. A fight ensued between them, and Aliste was eventually slain. On his dying breath, he explained to Beowulf how he wanted to die fighting him, before the disease could take his life. Beowulf, upset at his friend's death, proceeded onward to kill the man who had used his friend like this.

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