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  1. Claude blamed the Church in Verdant Wind too. Like, this isn't something Three Hopes invented, it's a consistent trait between games. Lorenz also argued that opening the borders was against the Seiros Tenents, but Claude planned on installing Byleth as Archbishop to change the doctrine.
  2. No. Seteth specifically calls her unharmed in that scene.
  3. Nintendo first mentioned the Zelda timeline splitting after Ocarina of Time in 2002. They called Four Swords the oldest game in the timeline in 2004. They placed literally every game except the Oracles in relation to another well before 2010. The only surprise in the Historia was that there was three timelines.
  4. According to Warriors, Tiki was about a thousand years old when Marth was alive, placing her birth 500 years before the establishment of the Archanean calendar. Naga became a Manakete 1000 years before the establishment of the calendar. Course, Warriors could be wrong, but that lines up with Tiki being 3000 in Awakening, and that taking place 2000 years after Marth's games too,
  5. At the end of Verdant Wind, Rhea says that people began to think of themselves as gods and that's why they challenged Sothis to battle. Except Myson says they need to return the world to mortal hands at then end of Azure Moon, Arundel wants to see the moment humanity is free from Rhea's control at the end of Crimson Flower, they describe themselves as children of men in Romance of the World's Perdition. So if the Agarthan's think of themselves as mortal humans, and have always thought of themselves that way, does that not disagree with one part of Rhea's information at the end of VW? And if one part is wrong, does that not cast a shadow on the rest of the information?
  6. Nintendo actually does list Heroes with the main games, while Cipher, #FE and Warriors are in a separate section here: https://www.nintendo.co.jp/fe/history/index.html
  7. The Deadlords the Grimleal use are 12 in number, use the same names and carry some of the Jugdral Holy Weapons. They're clearly meant to be related if IS wanted them to be a different set of undead just using the same name, why given them weapons from Jugdral? Why give them the same name at all? There's only ever 12 Deadlords on Jugdral, they predates the 12 Crusaders by nearly 200 years, implying that Loptyr could not produce more than 12. If he could, why would he not have an army of Deadlords? Undead are not hard to create in the Archanea universe. My theory is he had 12 Death Masks, so 12 Deadlords. And while the corpse changes, the Thanatophages in charge do not, which is why the name stays the same - it's for the mask placed on a corpse.
  8. I wonder how Loptyr and Forneus' knew each other, given this origin for the Risen - and therefore the Deadlords, as they were Risen in Awakening.
  9. Lucina easily. Warriors says she's about the same age as Chrom, and Grima was resurrected about 10 years prior to her going back in time, making her 9 at the oldest when her father died. Probably younger, as she had never played tag before she played it with Elise in Warriors and she's played few games in general. From her conversation with Rowan, we know her world was just a burned out husk when she left and that fighting battles back-to-back was incredibly common. From various other tidbits we get across Awakening and Fates, we know that there were frequent attempts to save people from the Risen, but they rarely managed to save people and that friends and neighbors would one day die and become Risen that would need to be put down. As far as Lucina knows, when she went back in time the only people left alive was her and her friends. She's an option so I voted for her, but she's not a Lord. Leif's probably the Lord with the harshest backstory.
  10. Grima after he resurrects in Awakening does, yeah. However, he doesn't in Shadows of Valentia, and there's a huge dragon skull that's probably his near Plegia Castle that indicates he didn't have the human face at the time of the First Exalt either. Which means that Grima's human face only came about after he resurrected himself by devouring the Lifeforce of the Plegian's gathered at the Dragon's Table whilst connected to a human host. They're wrong, and assume it was built by humans due to their biases. Unless Thabes predates the Golden Era of Dragons, then it can't have been a human civilisation, as Naga's death is 500 years before Archanea is established, and she died in Thabes. Which I found the source for, the perfect ending of Mystery gave a full timeline for the events on Archanea: https://serenesforest.net/mystery-of-the-emblem/scripts/book-2-war-of-heroes/ending/
  11. Earth Dragons in Mystery of the Emblem take half damage from anyone who attacks them, which is what Dragonskin does. As Grima still has it here, but Duma, a Divine Dragon doesn't, it's clearly not something inherent to all powerful Dragons, so Grima's having it has to come from somewhere. As well, his origin prior to this game was that he was thought to be descended from Earth Dragons, so having his creator be an Earth Dragon means that information is still correct.
  12. Or Thabes was a city founded by dragons. They are the only ancient, advanced civilisation on Archanea we know of, which is the description of those who built Thabes. Forneus' workshop is sealed by a lesser version of the Shield of Seals and is guarded by a degenerated Fire Dragon, so dragons evidently had a hand in sealing his workshop, something explicitly done by the Council of Thabes. Plus, if Forneus was an Earth Dragon, adding his blood to the Creation explains Grima's Earth Dragon traits, like Dragonskin, and how Grima can be descended from Earth Dragons despite being created from Divine Dragon blood.
  13. Oculus and Ocular are described as Fell Dragon magic in their item description, at least in the English version. That's pretty much dark magic.
  14. Walhart: Walhart is great. He hates gods/dragons, he wanted to conquer the world in order to bring about world piece, and he's gloriously hammy. He works extremely well for what he is, a mostly unimportant filler villain. Lucina: Is also great. I enjoy the contrast between her seriousness about the future, and her awkwardness with everything else. She does everything well.
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