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TRANSLATION IS NOT POSTED DIRECTLY TO THE FORUMS, BUT TO MY GOOGLE DRIVE. CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW: Google Doc with full translation Google Drive folder with files of magazine scans & Google Doc *wipes sweat off forehead* IT IS DONE!! Welcome to one of the greatest Fire Emblem-related treasures I’ve ever just so happened to find in the wild: a TEN page interview from Nindori (Nintendo Dream) magazine with none other than Claude’s Japanese voice actor, Mr. Toshiyuki Toyonaga!! What I thought would be a quick, fun little project before I got to my big goal of translating the FE3H drama CD, ended up being an epic journey that spanned 9 months. Being a translator is wild. You NEVER know what project will end up being the one that tests your limits. Turns out this one was mine. It just so happened to use language that was very complicated for me. As a result, this is one of the translations I’m most proud of yet, so please enjoy it extra hard! =3 If you read my original page-by-page tumblr posts, then there really isn’t any reason to re-read this final Google Doc version if you don’t want to. Nothing changed aside from some super minor typos and formatting issues. Full story: last November, I put in a big order of things I wanted off Amazon Japan, so I could justify the DHL shipping price to the US. The big ticket items were the new FE Drama CDs for Three Houses and Awakening, but among the other things I ordered was an issue of Nindori. I used to buy Japanese magazines while I was in Japan for the bonus item, and then I’d end up ignoring the actual magazine because I had no time to read it... Well this time, I couldn’t do that. I soon found a treasure worth way more than just the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity poster I originally wanted: a TEN page interview from Claude’s Japanese VA. I immediately dropped everything to translate it... but it turned out to just so happen to be a VERY difficult translation for me, and I have only just now polished off the final draft for all to read. Please enjoy, FE:3H fans!!!!
Fire Emblem: Ankokuryuu to Hikari no Ken translation project Hakoda Maki Map 13 onwards As this manga has been licensed, this translation project was founded on and intended for educational purposes only. We fully support the official translation (assuming there will be one at some point). Manga synopsis Before the release of Shadow Dragon, the manga was released in accordance to FE1. This follows the story of Marth and his quest of reclaiming his homeland, although most may know Marth from the Super Smash Bros. series. This manga does not strictly follow the events of the original FE1 game or its remake, but it provides a good insight into the characters and how they behave towards one another during the time of a great war. Familiar faces are seen, although please note not all characters of Shadow Dragon are in the manga. Overall, the series vary on dark and humorous notes. The story follows the general path of the game, however there are turns that are unique to the artist and not present in Shadow Dragon. This series also has an accompanying CD Drama that spans 4 volumes. Downloads and more information about it can be found HERE. Where we stand In terms of translation, Volumes 1, 2 and part of 3 have been translated by a third party HERE as well as raws of the other volumes. There are 12 volumes altogether, with 5 maps to each one. Some may have more to include 'gaiden' chapters, which are basically in-depth flashbacks. This project aims to translate from Map 13 (Volume 3) onwards following the radio silence on the first team's end. As of May, the translation project has two teams involved to speed up the translation process and integrate fully with CalculusWhiz's independent project (...no pun intended). Their translations can be viewed online HERE, but volumes 3-6 have been translated from Chinese, not the original Japanese. As this is a translation of a translation, there are several aspects that fall short, such as the original puns. We appreciate any and all support for the project. Just give us a shout to let us know you're out there and that all this work is making someone in the world happy. Trust me, it's a lot quicker to read than to be behind the scenes. Please also take the time to visit CalculusWhiz's Facebook group for updates, stalker reasons, comments or to support him/us with a like. This is also the first point of release. We also had our website HERE, but we are now no longer able to upload to it. For third party users, this is also a good place to leave comments without having a SF account or disclosing your identity using FB. We hope you continue to follow our progress and thank you for taking the time to read through all this. We will try to update frequently and keep you posted as and when a new map is available. As always, thank you for your patience, hope you enjoy reading and please spread the word! Important announcements May 2012 - The project has branched into two teams. The original team will continue from Volume 3 and CalculusWhiz and I will continue from Volume 7. 1 October 2012 - Maps 13-16 and 31-34 have been enhanced and reuploaded. Please download the relevant files for a more fulfilling experience of Fire Emblem reading. November 7 2012 - Maps will no longer be uploaded singly for download. Instead, files will be uploaded to my SkyDrive, which enables online viewing as well as file downloads. Volume downloads are still available. August 2013 - For no apparent reason, the ddsol site no longer wants us to upload maps onto there. Please note that future maps will be hosted onto SkyDrives, the download links for full volumes and various manga sites such as Animea and MangaFox. 22 May 2014 - Volumes 3,4,5,7,8,9,10 and 11 have been reuploaded for insane consistency and reformatting purposes. Edits include but are not limited to those listed here. Maps 1-12 and CW's maps 29-30.2 will also become available on the SkyDrive for overall easy access of the manga. 11 April 2015 - After over 3 years on this project, final chapter is released. Downloads Maps 1-12 can be downloaded on the Serenes Forest manga page. These are also uploaded on SkyDrive but we do not take credit for them. This was done by the original team some years back. Hakoda notes Volumes 1 and 2 All files from map 13 onwards are available on SkyDrive for online reading and/or download. Volume 3 | 4shared | Mediafire | (this also includes the pre-translated maps 11 and 12) Volume 4 | 4shared | Mediafire | Volume 5 | 4shared | Mediafire | Volume 6 | 4shared | Mediafire | Volume 7 | 4shared | Mediafire | Volume 8 | 4shared | Mediafire | Volume 9 | 4shared | Mediafire | Volume 10 | 4shared | Mediafire | Volume 11 | 4shared | Mediafire | Volume 12 | 4shared | Mediafire | Should you want to upload these elsewhere, please go ahead but please keep the credits pages intact! Thank you for your cooperation. Members Volumes 3-6 Jeorge - Translator and Editor Dokutayuu - Proof-reader Darros - Proof-reader Ike-Mike - Editor Volumes 7 onwards Crazy Foxie (still Jeorge) - Translator and Second Editor CalculusWhiz - Translator and First Editor Other manga translation projects you may like FE4 Genealogy of the Holy War by O-sawa Mitsuki (In progress, credits to Tomoyo) FE4 Seisen no Keifu by Fujimori Nuts (Complete part 1, credits to AceNoctali) FE4 Seisen no Keifu by Fujimori Nuts (Complete part 2, credits to TheEnd) FE4 Light Inheritor by Fuyuki Nea (Complete, credits to TheEnd) Miscellaneous material you may like FE3 All of Fire Emblem Guidebook FE1 Ankokuryuu to Hikari no Ken CD Drama (Hakoda Maki) FE1 CD Drama (Masaki Sano, Kyo Watanabe)