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Hello, I recently played Fire Emblem 4 for the first time since a friend recommended it to me. So in chapter 6, I accidentally gave Julia the Aura tome since I didn't know Nosferatu was the better choice of the two. So I go through the remaining chapters and Julia gets doubled easy since Aura weighs a lot. Then in chapter 8 the shop keeper has a lightening tome, so I give it to Julia and she starts to do very well now, since the tome is lighter. However when I started chapter 9, the lightening tome was gone from her inventory and I couldn't find it anywhere. She still had the Aura tome and the Mend staff she got from Lana. So I was wondering was that a glitch or something? No other character has lost their weapon in the following chapters, not including the weapon transfer from gen 1 to gen 2. I just want to know if that was supposed to happen or was that a glitch?
General Base Stats HP: 34 / 38 / 41 Atk: 32 / 35 / 38 Spd: 23 / 26 / 30 Def: 13 / 17 / 20 Res: 29 / 32 / 35 Julia has an Atk and Res focused stat line, with middling HP (for a mage) and low Spd and Def. She comes with the Naga tome, which deals effective damage to breath users and provides a slight Def and Res bump when attacked. It can be evolved into Divine Naga through the Weapon Refinery, trading the Def/Res boost for the ability to negate all enemy buffs. Her Res allows her to effectively use Ploys, and her high Atk allows her to KO or deal heavy chip damage to many of the meta's threats. Unfortunately, Julia suffers from low Spd and Def stats. Without a -breaker or significant Spd-stacking, she is unlikely to be doubling many enemies for ORKOs. She is also doubled easily, which makes it especially dangerous for her to be in the range of a physical foe on the enemy phase. Suggested Skill Sets When multiple options are available, my personal recommendations (if any) will be in bold. Budget options will be colored red. Naga (Debuff support, Enemy Phase focused combat) Divine Naga (Debuff support, Player or Enemy Phase focus depending on skill choices) Budget (see also: related comment) Change Log
So after finally clearing a couple rpgs off of my backlog I finally sat down and started Tearring saga (thanks for the shiny translation work, @Aethin), and I know Julia is far from the best swordmaster in the game, but what can I say? I really like her official art, she's got some cool interactions with the Vega, Shigen, and Yoda, and I've got a soft spot for myrmidons. Assuming relatively average growth (maybe even a little bit of RNG screwage), what kind of minimum stat threshold should I aim for to expect her to start doing work, or maybe even snowballing? Who is a great support partner to stick her with? I am all too happy to engage in favoritism, but the first few maps before you recruit the big guns have kinda been the Raffin show, and I don't know when I'm going to get a STR potion to patch up that wimpy strength.