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  1. So yeah, yeah, there's no canon version to the Fire Emblem avatars. But at the same time, there kind of is. Male Robin gets more highlighted than female Robin while for Corrin (Smash Bros. aside) the opposite is true (and Kris wasn't considered popular enough to even deserve existence after their game). So which version of Byleth do you feel fits better? Personally I'm torn. I feel like the whole surgical reincarnation of a goddess seems to just fit better on female Bleyth (not that I object to gender bending on principal, I actively wish Naga maintained her Gender fluidity she was implied to have in the early games. It's just in this case with it being intentional done by Rea and all I feel a female baby would have been more suitable), but I definitely like the design of Male Byleth better, especially the alternate outfit that gives him a hat to hide his face slightly. And when it comes to these things, which design people find more appealing is basically the deciding factor. Anyway, which one do you find more appropriate for this story/which one looks cooler.
  2. You know how at the end of chapter 11 Black Eagles, you make the choice to side with Rhea and the church, or Edelgard and the empire? Normally (with a few exceptions) your students follow whichever path you do...but what if hey didn't? What if the class was split between loyalty to their leader and loyalty to their teacher? Which side would each student pick? In my mind, Marianna and Lysythia (cross-house recruitment) would side with Edelgard, because the crests are to blame, etc. Dorothea would also be on her side, seeing as I ship them very strongly. Linhardt would never side with Edelgard in this instance, as would Caspar. I'll probably make a fanfic of this at some point.
  3. Fire Emblem: Three Houses is quickly growing to be one of my favorite games in the series, featuring a arguably the best balance of gameplay, story, and immersive world-building in the entire series imo. Despite my love for the game, I can't help but feel there are several missed opportunities within the game that prevent it from being as good as it should be. Similar to the Persona and Pokemon series, I think this game's lasting impact would greatly improve if it was given an enhanced re-release, ironing out some of the issues in the game that couldn't be addressed due to the initially limited development time. Some ways an enhanced release could improve the game: greater number of mid-week activities more minigames greater amount of variety for the post-timeskip chapters (several chapters are reused between routes despite not always making sense) exploitable dungeons recruitable NPCs (Judith, Rodrigue, etc.) more post-timeskip chapters that wrap up lose ends (currently, there are 18-22 chapters per route, which makes the game rather short by FE standards) more interaction between classes within pre-timeskip chapters (i.e. Dimitri and Claude being green units in Chapter 12) more supports What are your thoughts? Do you think the game should have an enhanced re-release?
  4. I was trying to find some info on all the students' default class line that were used from all four routes when they weren't recruited before the timeskip. I know that Fates did it the same with showing all the retainers' and others' default promotional line up from all three routes back then (including the Family Royale DLC) and I kinda wanted it it similar for my Three Houses Playthrough. I am currently playing the Black Eagles route in Chapter 2 and I am planning on promoting every Black Eagles students as well the recruitable Blue Lions and Golden Deer Students to the specific class that they were used from Blue Lions and Golden Deer Route in the future. Did anyone played any of the routes knows what the students promoted when they were enemy units? I noticed I watched few videos that noticed some that I am not too sure if I got this right, can you correct me on this one from judging through the timeskip portraits: I think Petra is suppose to be an Assassin I think Dorothea is suppose to be either a Dancer or a Warlock I think Hubert is suppose to be a Warlock I think Caspar suppose to be a Wyvern Rider or Fortress Knight (It's hard to tell from the armor he's wearing) I did saw Mangs's video that Cyril was shown to be a Wyvern Rider, I heard people mentioned about he was supposed to be a Sniper (Can anyone clarify that Cyril wasn't ment to promote as a Sniper in Black Eagels route?) I did saw that Reunion video battle showed Bernadette is a Sniper I think Leone is suppose to be a Bow Knight or a Paladin like Jeralt. I think Ferdinand, Sylvain, and Lorenz were supposed to be Cavaliers. I did saw Dedue and Raphael were Armored Units. I know that Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude have exclusive classes of their own.
  5. It's a bit funky how Three Houses has a small roster but they decided to not include some more route-specific, non-student units. Somehow only BL gets this privilege in form of Gilbert who is technically not even affiliated with the Kingdom anymore (as he is a Knight of Seiros). They could have done more with that. GD has 2 obvious choices in Judith and Nader. It's very weird how Judith is not playable considering she joins your army and only hangs around the monastery. Nader is a bit of underbaked character considering his title as "the Undefeated" as you don't see much of him beyond the Alliance part on the True BE route and one chapter in GD. Also he is jacked-up Wyvern Rider, I need to break this game even more. Another unsung hero of the Alliance is Holst. He is apparently one of the best generals in the Alliance and everyone strokes his shaft, only for him to get his butt handed to him by Nemesis and poisoned mushrooms. BE really should have made Randolph and Ladislava playable. You don't get any perspective on their characters, even on BE, and they come off as cannon fodder at best (no joke, that's how they die on all routes). Especially Ladislava doesn't have anything beyond "I owe Edelgard for some unnamed reason" and that's pretty sad. I guess they ran out of resources to make more support convos?
  6. These are just some of my overall thoughts. Thoughts on Blue Lions. For Black Eagles (both routes) Golden Deer. What do you guys want story wise from the DLC?
  7. https://theroonco.wordpress.com/2019/08/25/my-thoughts-on-and-partial-analysis-of-fire-emblem-three-houses-spoilers/ I hope you like this! I imagine I'll be tweaking this for a while, but I had so much to say I just had to get it out there. Thank you so much for your time!! Edit: I updated my post! And added quite a bit if I say so myself, I hope you like it!!
  8. Come on guys, we all knew from the moment chapter one ended that they're obviously the same character. Who did it better? And who'd win in a fight (nah, never mind, it's obviously Greil, he has a legendary weapon while Jearlt only has a crappy iron lance).
  9. I've done all the routes except the Church one, and from what I can tell, it is no one's favorite, and I've already put so much time into it I really need to set it down... until all the DLC is out and I will play it a ton again. No route is perfect, and some have positives that others don't, so I can't declare my take as objective fact, but I will try my best to lay down my thoughts and see how many might agree or disagree. Blue Lions Pro #1: Strongest White Clouds / Pre-War The first section of the game is quite identical with each House. However, there are more connections in this House to the shared events of this story than the other two Houses. The first example of this is the battle with Lonato, who is a complete stranger to every playable unit except one who is native to Blue Lions: Ashe. The dialogue added here is slim, for naturally it cannot be pivotal because this bout must be functionally the same with or without him, but it adds a personal layer to the event that doesn't exist elsewhere. Next comes Miklan, whose existence further adds to the themes and plot of the story, but is otherwise just a bandit that needs to be put down. But there's a backstory to him: he is the older brother of Sylvain, natively in the Blue Lion house. Additionally, a man randomly joins the fight here in Golden Deer and Black Eagles, who later adds nothing to the plot. But in Blue Lions, this man, whose name is Gilbert, is related to another member of the Blue Lion's House: Annette, and becomes a part of the plot after the time-skip. Then we are introduced to the Death Knight, who is revealed to be Jeritza, who may as well just not exist, but in truth he once was Mercedes's brother, and only in this route do we get a moment where she laments his death. Other NPCs like Tomas and Monica are strangers here, but that is also the case in the other routes. Blue Lions Pro #2: Best interactions between the main lords In Crimson Flower, you have the option of killing Claude or chasing him off when you encounter him, and when you encounter Dimitri you kill him and the only words that can be exchanged about their opposition to one another is him lamenting her methods and her chiding him for fighting back; there is only one hint of meaningful dialogue where he calls her El, but it is never addressed other than Edel requesting in a Support with Byleth that people closest to her call her El. In Claude's route, Dimitri "dies" in the time skip, comes back for one battle, then immediately dies pathetically off-screen for real. Edelgard is run off and when fought again, she is killed, and the only meaningful line here is one for Byleth where she requests that they kill her quickly so the chaos can officially be over. But in Azure Moon, Claude isn't chased off, he leaves of his own accord to achieve his dream, but not before helping Dimitri and believing in his innate goodness, along with the professor's. They depart as friends who respect each other. Dimitri in this route is discovered to be "related" to Edelgard, and having known her as a child, which is never mentioned in the other routes. They actually meet each other, along with Hubert and Byleth, and debate the merits of the war and their feelings concerning the sacrifices being made, a great exchange concerning the conflict of Three Houses that isn't to be had anywhere else. When next they meet, Edelgard gives up even herself to her cause, and goes down bitterly resisting to the very end. Blue Lions Pro #3: Best narrative and emotional arc Dimitri's ideals of peace and honor deteriorate over the time skip as the bottled up demon inside him becomes dominant. Encountering him alone, so disheveled and angry, really sets the shift in tone and world following the time skip better than the other Houses, especially in Crimson Flower where the skip is incredibly sudden and the reunion just as much. Dedue is said to have died for His Highness, Dimitri's protector gone, and he cannot be interacted with. He is lost. Edel and Claude more or less are the same; less so for Claude in that despite his lackadaisical reputation, he's proven himself to be an incredibly adept leader that thrives in the chaos off the noble houses, keeping the balance precariously in check so one side doesn't get the other killed. Despite Edel's attack in the Holy Tomb and starting the war that causes so much bloodshed, she never apologizes to anyone or pulls her iron fist in any development. The students of the Black Eagles never have any investment in their cause: they didn't start the war and they don't want to kill. But the Blue Lions are acting out of defense, and many of the students are childhood friends with one another and the main lord; they are invested in their heir and have every reason to fight back. Then Dedue returns, causing Dimitri to show the first sign of emotion other than anger since the war. His father figure Rodrigue, Felix's father, comes in despite warnings that leaving his territory as unsafe, because he hopes to find salvation in the fallen prince. At another point, a random girl requests to join the war, begging for a chance at revenge. Obviously she seems ill-equipped to join something so bloody, but Dimitri empathizes with her desire, and obsessed with his own, cannot be bothered to feel protective over her life. Then when she reveals that she really meant revenge against Dimitri for his savage actions against a band of thieves during the time skip, Rodrigue sacrifices himself to protect His Highness, and in one fell swoop he loses his father figure due to the actions of someone consumed with revenge, his dearest desire, which is all allowed to happen due to his own desire blinding him. He runs away, not knowing how to process and grieve, and Byleth chases after him and extends their hand and despite not wanting to be touched, he feels the warmth of someone alive and not the cold loneliness of the dead. This sequence of the story, for me personally, was far and away the most emotional in all of Three Houses. Only the ending of Crimson Flower with Byleth collapsing and Edelgard checking for his heartbeat, even comes anywhere close. Afterwards he returns to his friends, apologizes, and vows to repent for his behavior. Blue Lions Con #1: No Confrontation with Those Who Slither in the Dark This is odd because in Golden Deer's route Verdant Winds, Claude gets a post-humous letter from Hubert after defeating the Empire about the location of their base, and they fight Thales and even get a unique (and rather epic) battle with Nemesis. For what reason could Dimitri not have gotten the same info in the same manner? The fact of the matter is, it doesn't happen, and thus it is a point in Golden Deer's favor. Not Crimson Flower, which is pretty bad, because as many have noted, they are tied quite a bit with Those Who Slither, and we know Hubert is eventually aware of their HQ. Their route is even the shortest, so what is their excuse for not encountering them? Azure Moon is tied as having the most, and perhaps that might be why it isn't added onto theirs. But at least Azure Moon gets to kill Arundel, something unique to them, a character connected to Edel. He is clearly on her hit list, but he never goes down in their route. Very conspicuous. Blue Lions Con #2: No resolution with Rhea Rhea is brought up multiple times as someone with critical info and a strong motivation for invading the Empire. Yet, when Edelgard is defeated, she never shows up. It's so much like they forgot about her existence that even I had went a while after its completion without realizing that she just never showed up. It is a very baffling, incomplete aspect that is definitely worth mentioning, and worth putting forth as a strength in Golden Deer's route. Some info on the world and her are given in Verdant Winds, so that is a point in their favor for sure. So that's about it. I think Blue Lions has strong positives that outweigh its faults (opinion), and Golden Deer is a close second, for they have lack cons that Azure Moon has, and they lack the cons Crimson Flower has, overall making it a well-rounded experience. Anyone else with experience of multiple routes have any thoughts on how they compare to one another?
  10. Hello chaps! As the title suggests, I just wanted a place to discuss questions and mysteries the game sets up without ever fully explaining. Needless to say, there'll be spoilers. Naturally, there is more, but I believe that's my number one question for now.
  11. Does anyone have any advice for this particular mission battle? I had been having an easy enough time on Hard Classic thus far, and this map shows up and completely slaps me in the face. The soldiers turning one by one into beasts was bad enough, because I couldn't get to them in enough time to prevent the change, but Dedue turning, and getting flanked by Rhea completely destroyed me, I had to use all my pulses and it still wasn't enough to overcome. Anyone have a solid strat for dealing with this? I really don't want to turn the difficulty down if I can help it.
  12. First I'll start off by stating, this games easy to learn. learning curve is so wide and in open book view that even a small child can get it. Now for GD(golden deer) path for recruitment, all but House leaders and retainers can be recruited. Duh! Flayn gets accepted after saving her, her brother(official stance)<--View spoiler for the real version) can be recruited after the war starts, he is automatically accepted in after declaring war on the empire(post war)(before learning about Rhea) see spoiler 2 to know what happened to her) Gilbert cannot be recruited in Golden deer. Alois can be recruited Just before the war starts.(see spoiler 3) Catherine & Shamir - lvl 20 to recruit them(not sure if its different for anyone else) to recruit Felix without butt kissing its Flat A rank sword and around 25-31 spd.(not sure what brand of crack the ppl were smoking when they made the recruitment page) Dorothea is the same but with authority and charm Golden deer Retainer(Nader) cannot be recruited.(may change via april 2020 DLC) Judith Cannot be recruited.(may change via april 2020 DLC) wartime Only ashe leaves your party(must beat him up) keep in mind you can spare him and re-recruit him mid fight) if you want to keep him you may not wanna click fast. if you manage to recruit all students and staff(the ones available), you'll gain access to ALL sacred beasts, meaning more special weapons to be had. when fighting sacred beasts always bring Flayn with you, have her attack the beast at least once(all of them) including the entities that are part of the side story, you may find some decent info and some hidden secrets. read spoiler 4 if you wanna know sooner than later.(perhaps more story will be given regarding this via DLC) Golden deer path --> golden saints(Flame emblem army) not sure if its the same if you choose to just look for rhea, but its not without bloodshed(spoiler 5) final boss is lvl 60 has 100+ HP best to level to 54-60 to beat the final boss. if all you do is grind anyways than this shouldn't be an issue. Spoiler 1 Spoiler 2 Spoiler 3 Spioler 4 Spoiler 5
  13. i got to the final boss now. thanks for your help, but i decided to use my other units as decoys, then my MU didn't have to fight them, (also forgot to equip my S -Sword Skill, +10crit) and it was surprisingly easy because edelgard was easy
  14. So I am not sure at all what should I choose. I've heard that if you side with the Church you lose Edelgard and Hubert but also that Edelgard's route is quite short... I supose I will play both routes, but which one should I play first? Someone who has played both have any recommendations? I'm really confused (Btw it's my first playthrough, so I have not played any other house route yet)
  15. So, as I’m sure everyone is aware by now, there are two different routes to take on the Black Eagles path - the Edelgard path or the Church path. Just so everyone is aware, gameplay-wise, the Church route is a complete, watered-down copy of the Golden Deer route. It has the same maps, with the same bosses, in the same order with three notable exceptions: namely, you skip the big post-skip battle between the three nations, some gimmicks that are present in battles on the Golden Deer Route are removed in the Church Route, and the final map and final boss are completely different. But, other than that, they are completely identical in terms of gameplay (well, other than the fact that you mainly have the Eagles students and not the Deer). Story-wise, there is also a significant amount of overlap, but both routes reveal different information at the end. I put this out there because this game is massive enough as it is, and since I know a lot of people have lives to get to, there isn’t much need to play both of these routes if you don’t have the time or energy. As someone who played the Golden Deer Route first, I highly recommend playing that route (as it felt more complete to me than the Church Route) and then watching the cutscenes from the Church Route on YouTube or something. But, I’ll leave that decision to everyone to make themselves.
  16. Update 7/22/2019: SPOILER ALERT!!! The full game is out there early! If you want to avoid being spoiled, get off of here and other gaming related sites. You have been warned, contents for the game are out there! Any unmarked spoilers will be subject to moderation from here on out! ... ... ... Original Post: SPOILERS! Keep out of this thread if you want to go in blind or don't want potential information spoiled. Though one should consider the option of getting off Fire Emblem and gaming related sites and forums if wanting to go into the game as blind as possible. .... ..... ..... ..... ..... Anyway, since A.): There doesn't appear to be a general thread to discuss or view spoilers, leaks, or certain not-fully-known aspects/information (classes, stats, etc.) for this game, B.): Someone already getting their hands on the game early and putting stuff out there, C.): To avoid the forum from being covered with too many spoiler landmine threads, I figured that a general thread for spoilers be created. Mods, feel free to pin or lock this thread if you deem it necessary or unnecessary, respectively.
  17. You see, yesterday I bought the most recent entry in the strategy RPG series this site is dedicated to and sat down to play it. But a little while in something halted my progress, and no matter what I do I can't seem to avoid this issue.
  18. Three Houses has captured my heart, and also has likely even landed a spot in my top 10 games of all time. It’s been the first game in a while that has completely sucked me in and caused me to lose track of time, so after finishing my first play through, I decided to make a thread here for discussion. Characters are fantastic with tons of depth. They all have distinct personalities that clearly change as the characters mature- for example, Bernadetta from the black eagles. My first play through was the Edelgard vs. Seiros route, so as you can imagine, I got pretty close to lil Bernie. In Part 1, she’s nearly impossible to understand and even annoying at times because of her nervous nature. But when Part 2 hits, it’s obvious that she’s matured, as the majority of her sentences are complete and without stuttering. Furthermore, the characters’ individual philosophies and ideals clash and mesh with each-other to complete the narrative of house vs. house, and classmate vs. enemy. I genuinely felt like crying once or twice when I was forced to kill units that I’d bonded with but failed to recruit (or couldn’t recruit because of story route). Saddest part imo was the dialogue betwee my recruited Felix and enemy Sylvain. Sylvain was the only guy character outside of my house that I had ever interacted with apart from Felix, so that combined with the incredibly sad dialogue and atmosphere of the battle and music just got to me. And the hardest part is still to come, because I have to do another route and may have to kill the units that I bonded with over an entire playthrough. Details in units and dialogue that add complexity and truly build the world are what makes this game shine for me. The devs clearly wanted to make sure that units felt like human beings rather than just characters in a game. I’d like to hear everyone else’s thoughts as well
  19. I made this thread to help figure out the "default" class of each student. A default class is easier to figure out post-timeskip. Their default class models will be the same as their Noble/Commoner model. You can post screencaps as Evidence.
  20. Delete if not allowed, sorry I've complied all of Byleth's supports here: https://pastebin.com/iGGYsmdd There are also a few stray ones here and there If I missed any please tell me Edit: Support s-support pictures have been leaked too: https://imgur.com/a/XAMme9T
  21. Using the leaks we've seen so far, I put together a timeline of Fodlan. 41 Years Before the Empire's Founding: Saint Seiros appears, gathering together people who would form the Church of Seiros Imperial Year 1: Adrestian Empire is founded Imperial Year 32: Wilhelm Paul Hvesvelg raises an army to unite Fodlan under the Adrestian Empire, and specifically targets noble houses seeking more power Imperial Year 46: The Battle of Gronder occurs, a major clash between Nemesis and Imperial forces, which the Imperials won Imperial Year 91: The Battle of Tailtean occurs, and Seiros kills Nemesis while fighting for the empire (The opening cutscene. Also interesting to note, Seiros and Nemesis have at least 150 years alive at this point) Imperial Year 98: Wilhelm's son and current Emperor, Lycaon, dies of a sudden illness, and the chance is taken to bring the war to an end Imperial Year 721: The First Mach War, Dagda invades, and while the Empire manages to drive them back, the land of Mach sustains heavy damage Imperial Year 728: The Empire invades the Brigid Archipelago, allies of Dagda at this point. They refuse to surrender, and lose, thus being relegated to a life of Imperial subjugation Imperial Year 731: Using their foothold in Brigid, the Empire invades Dagda, but are pushed back Imperial Year 747: Loog, a descendant of one of the houses that the Empire targeted, demands independence for Faerghus, raising an army in a conflict called the War of the Eagle and Lion Imperial Year 751: Loog was successful against the Empire's forces, and with the Church of Seiros mediating, the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus is founded. Imperial Year 801: A rebellion breaks out in the region of Leicester. The Empire is unable to quell the rebellon, and Faerghus occupies the region, claiming it as their own Imperial Year 861: King Klaus I dies and the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus is split into three territories, each ruled by one of the princes (Who become archdukes in this process) Imperial Year 881: The Archduke of the Leicester region dies of illness, and the nobility refuses to recognise the next in line, instead plotting to rule as an alliance Imperial Year 901: The Leicester Alliance is officially formed, after getting rid of all opposing forces and nobles. Duke Riegan was the heart of this alliance. Imperial Year 961: The nation of Almyra invades the Alliance from the east through a pass called Fodlan's Throat. The Empire dispatches forces to help beat back the invasion, only just winning victory Imperial Year 1101: The Alliance, Empire and Kingdom join forces to rebuild a great fort called Fodlan's Locket to protect the three from future Almyran invasion Imperial Year 1135: Alois is born, second son of a merchant family Imperial Year 1146: Alois is discovered by Jeralt, and becomes his squire Imperial Year 1157: Mercedes is born to the late Count Martritz Mercedes' mother is remarried into House Bartels Imperial Year 1158: Mercedes' younger brother, Emile, is born into House Bartels. He has a Crest Manuela becomes a member of the Mittelfrank Opera Company Imperial Year 1159: Hanneman becomes an authority on Crests in the Empire Jeralt vanishes Alois is knighted into the Knights of Seiros Imperial Year 1160: Hubert is born, the eldest son of Marquis Vestra Sylvain is born, the second son of Margrave Gautier Leonie is born, daughter of a hunter in Sauin Village Imperial Year 1161: Dorothea is born to a lady-in-waiting of Imperial nobles Dedue is born, the eldest son of a blacksmith in Duscur Lorenz is born, eldest son of Count Gloucester Manuela gains fame as the Divine Songstress Imperial Year 1162: Edelgard is born, the 4th daughter of Emperor Ionius IX Bernadetta is born, the eldest daughter of Count Varley's son Ferdinand is born, the eldest son of House Aegir Claude is born, grandchild to Duke Riegan on his mother's side Hilda is born, eldest daughter of Duke Goneril Marianne is born to an unknown lord in Leicester Raphael is born, eldest son of House Kirsten, a merchant family Seteth is summoned to the Monastery as an assistant to the Archbishop Imperial Year 1163: Casper is born, the second son of Count Bergliez' son Lindhart is born, the eldest son of Count Hevring Ingrid is born, eldest daughter of Count Galatea. She is engaged to Glenn, first son of Duke Fraldarius Felix is born, second son of Duke Fraldarius Annette is born, to Gustave, a Kingdom knight Ashe is born to restaurant owners in the Gaspard region Ignatz is born, second son of a merchant family Imperial Year 1164: Petra is born, grandchild to the King of Brigid Hanneman gives up his noble peerage after the death of his sister Imperial Year 1165: Lysithea is born, eldest daughter of House Ophelia Hanneman absconds from the Empire, and joins the Officer's Academy Imperial Year 1167: House Ordelia (Lysithea's house) is involved in House Hyrm's rebellion. In retribution, the Empire meddles in the internal affairs of House Ordelia, leading to a sharp decline in its noble standing. Lysithea is caught up in this. House Hyrm's genetic line is wiped out, and is currently headed by an adoptee Hubert becomes Edelgard's vassal Mercedes and her mother are removed from House Bartels and flee to a church, Mercedes takes up her old name Imperial Year 1168: Casper's father inherits the Count Bergliez title after his grandfather retires Imperial Year 1169: Lindhart and Casper meet and become good friends Early Imperial 1170s: A famine occurs in the land of House Galatea's lands (Ingrid's family) Imperial Year 1171: Insurrection of the Seven occurs in the Empire, where the nobility strips away most of the power of the Emperor and Hvesvelg family. House Aegir (Ferdinand's House) takes the role of Prime Minister and now holds most of the power in the Empire Lord Arundel (noted to be a major instigator of the Insurrection) takes Edelgard and flees the Empire Dorothea joins the Mittelfrank Opera House Imperial Year 1173: Ashe is adopted by the lord of the Gaspard region, Lonato Imperial Year 1174: Edelgard and Lord Arundel return to the Empire Dorothea becomes famous as the Mystical Songstress Leonie meets Jeralt and is inspired to become a mercenary like him Manuela leaves the opera and becomes a teacher at the Officer's Academy Imperial Year 1175: House Nuvelle falls to ruin after letting the combined Dagda and Brigid forces make landfall in their lands Petra loses her father in the Dagda and Brigid War, and is sent to the Empire as a sign of vasslage Imperial Year 1176: King Lambert of Faerghus dies and Grand Duke Rufus of Itha (The King's brother) assumes the throne in Dimitri's place Dimitri is the sole survivor of the Tragedy of Duscur Ingrid's fiance and Felix's brother, Glenn, dies in the Tragedy of Duscur Subjugation of the Duscur region occurs Dedue loses his family in the subjugation of Duscur. He swears fealty to Dimitri and becomes his vassal Many members, including the head, of House Bartels, die in mysterious circumstances, and this is attributed to the heir, Emile Ashe's adoptive brother Christophe is executed by the Knights of Seiros Marianne is adopted by Margrave Edmund Imperial Year 1177: Gustave, Annette's father, disappears, and she goes to live with her uncle Baron Dominic Miklan, Sylvain's elder brother, is disinherited Raphael's parents are attacked and killed by monsters Imperial Year 1178: Dimitri serves as a commander suppressing a western Kingdom rebellion Felix serves as a squire suppressing the western Kingdom rebellion Annette enrols in the Kingdom's sorcery academy, achieving excellent grades Lorenz enrols in the sorcery academy in Fhirdiad, but leaves early due to political changes in the Kingdom Imperial Year 1179: Claude is announced as a legitimate heir to House Riegan, after his mother disappeared Raphael sells his family's estate, gives up the merchant business, and resolves to become a knight Flayn begins living at Garrag Mach Monastery Imperial Year 1180: Current Day
  22. If you want to go in blind or avoid spoilers, turn back now!! .... .... .... ..... ..... Anyways Thanks to Nintendo's NYC store displaying the Seasons of the Warfare Edition's artbook, we were able to catch a glimpse of two characters that we haven't seen before in the promo materials. Here they are: Thanks to catpawcatwall on the Fire Emblem subreddit for making the post: Source: According to the OP on Reddit, the characters' names are:
  23. In the video attached, it is possible to see the models(but not portraits, oddly enough) of certain Golden Deer students. It seems that some changes are rather subtle, but the character models are visibly different regardless. Additionally, every character seems to be in their unique outfit instead of a class outfit. Maybe this is the result of hacking, as Lysithea can oddly enough be seen as a level one unit.
  24. I rarely post but I found a video that seems to show all the Golden Deer post timeskip in battle for anybody who wants to see all the glow-ups. There are only fleeting glimpses of Leonie but you can see everyone else pretty well. I think it is from a debug mode or something because all the character portraits are pre timeskip and everyone is level 1. Just thought it was interesting.
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