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  1. I have a friend who has has a lot of experience playing Genealogy. However, the most recent time she played the game she witnessed something she had never seen before. Sigurd and Deirdre were next to each other and a heart appeared, resulting in an instant crit. I haven't spent a lot of time playing fe4 so i didn't have too much to contribute to this anomaly, but both of us decided to do a little bit of research. We found nothing. Has anyone else experienced this sort of instant crit before?
  2. For a while now I've been making "Chrommunism" jokes about Fates. This all started when I'd been joking around and making a bunch of Chrom puns with a friend. Surprisingly enough, there are a decent number of connections between Communism/revolutionaries throughout history and the Fire Emblem Series. First, we have Sakamoto Ryōma. Ryōma is recognized as one of the most influential figures in Japanese history. This is because of the revolution that he led to overthrow the Tokugawa shogunate during the Bakumatsu period. Secondly, there is Karl Marx. He is known for his Communist Manifesto and Marxism-- which refers to his social, economic, and political theories. Interpretations of Marx's theories have been debated and many controversies surround them. These controversies may have been a cause for the name change from Marx to Xander in the localization of Fates. The final revolutionary I will be discussing is Leon Trotsky. Trotsky developed his own form of Marxism known as Trotskyism. Trotsky called for "permanent revolution." He was also a leader of the Russian Revolution. So we have Ryōma, Marx, and Leon. Are they Chrommunists? You decide. All I ask is that you don't take any of this too seriously. It came from a pun.
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