Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword
Summary | Tables
- Turns taken to complete chapters
Basically complete chapters in as least turns as possible.
Around 310 total turns (missing only Chapter 19xx) is good enough
5 stars (for Hector Hard mode).
- Amount of characters alive
This decreases as recruited playable characters die. The life or
death of non-recruited playable characters has no effect.
If no characters died, you will get 5 stars.
- The worth of all
items + physical gold (appears as Assets in Battle History)
Do not sell any items
unless you deem necessary. If you sell items, you will lose half of
that item's value (since you sell items for half their value). Also do
not use or drop the S Rank
weapons in the final chapter, because they
are worth thousands of gold each (excluding Aureola, which you can use
If you have the Silver Card buy as many items as possible, as you
will get double your gold's worth. It might sound counter-intuitive,
but you're buying items for half their value.
Estimated Assets for 5 stars:
Eliwood Normal mode: 922,000G
Hector Normal mode: 872,000G
Hector Hard mode: 847,000G
- Amount of experience gained
Only gained experience affects this.
Fighting with low level and non-promoted characters gives higher
experience (although if the characters are weak it may reduce the
- Ratio of wins to battles
Try not to fight too many battles that won't result with the enemy
dying in one battle round. Also don't let too many characters be
attacked if they can't counter (eg. healers or archers).
Around 40% of all battles being wins is good enough for 5 stars.
- All five above categories combined.
If all have 5 stars, you will get a S Rank.