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Hello guys, I’m Yellow Duck and as my first post in Serene Forest Forum, I’m going to make a post about my theory regarding Takumi and Sakura from FE fates. Enjoy ❤️ SPOILER ALERT: Contain some fe fates plot (and also beware of some angsty fan theory) And also, some T/M RATED CONTENT WARNING So, as we all know, King Sumeragi met Mikoto, Corrin’s mother when Corrin was still a baby and he immediately fell in love with her. That means, when King Sumeragi fell in love with Mikoto, Takumi wasn’t born yet or even conceived and his first wife, Ikona was still alive. My theory is, King Sumeragi keep Mikoto as his secret lover because he doesn’t want to make Ikona Sad. But, his lust for Mikoto just so overwhelming that he had intercourse with Ikona just to satisfy his lust for Mikoto. Those intercourses resulting in Ikona’s pregnancy to Takumi and later, Sakura. Upon discovering that Sumeragi has a secret lover, Ikona got so stressed. When someone is stressed or under pressure, their Cortisol Hormone level in their blood gonna increase. Cortisol, also known as the stress hormone can disturb foetus’ development, causing premature birth and also some personality disorder later in the foetus’ life. Stress also proved to affect physical health and immune system. So, I presume that Ikona also get sickly due to stress and thus, died when giving birth to Sakura. Ikona’s high level of maternal Cortsol makes Takumi and Sakura having the personality we see in fe fates with Takumi being tsundere, easilly stressed or offended, often having nightmares (read fe fates 4 koma manga about Takumi description) and also with Sakura being super shy. Not to mention that their figures also looks less robust than their older siblings (I know its kinda obvious but u can also read this for more evidence: fe 4 koma manga . The title Is “You have really gotten big, haven’t you”). Making me presume that their prenatal growth is disturbed or they’re actually preemies (premature babies). So that’s all about my Fe Fates fan theory. Hope u enjoy it and I’m sorry for any grammatical error bcause english isn’t my first language.
I actually posted this on ff.net last week, but after updating yesterday I thought I should put it up here. The premise of this fic is exploring how Mikoto ended up as Queen of Hoshido. I've done a lot of research into the timeline and lore of Fates to make sure everything fits. Beyond just telling how Mikoto got to where she is at the start of the game, I'll also be applying some alternate character interpretation to her character, adding worldbuilding, and trying to inflict some greyness into the Hoshido-Nohr conflict when it eventually rolls around. It starts shortly before Corrin's birth and will end shortly after the kidnapping, with an epilogue set when Corrin returns to Hoshido in Chapters 4/5. Expected length is about 7 chapters, though the word count is significantly higher. Naturally, there are spoilers ahead. You shouldn't read this if you aren't aware of the plot reveals in Revelation or care about remaining unspoilered. You can find the original here: https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11860540/1/The-Invisible-Princess. Rather than start a feedback topic, I'd prefer it if comments, reviews and feedback were dropped there (though if that's not okay with the mods, let me know and I'll remove the link and open a feedback topic up). Chapter One:
So I'm a bit confused about something. It might be a spoiler, so consider that your warning. Lots of people mention Mikoto's letter to the Hoshidan royal children when Corrin gets an S Support with them as the way we find out they aren't actually related. It's a revelation, a secret finally revealed, and that's how it's treated. ...Except for one thing. In Corrin and Hinoka's B Support, Hinoka says Mikoto tried to talk her out of being a Sky Knight, referring to her as "your mother", as if it were common knowledge that Mikoto is only Corrin's mother. Corrin then says "Oh, she was worried even though you weren't related?", reaffirming the common knowledge point. My question is: was that mentioned at some point in the Birthright story? I don't remember it, yet they treat it as if it were already known. Why'd Nintendo call the Hoshidan siblings your brothers and sisters by blood in the advertising, and then just so casually mention the fact that that isn't true in that support?