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  1. What is your unpopular Fire Emblem opinion?

    Similar issues of focusing too much on the positives of the old and too much on the negative of the new, they run inside jokes to the ground, and people with avatars and/or reddit flairs with those character often come off as more belligerent, and sometimes a bit elitist.
  2. Judging from the information on This post, I'm assuming Claude will be associated with the moon and autumn. I'm guessing he'll be cool headed or something Dmitri will be associated with Snow and Winter. I guess he'll be cold. Edelgard will be associated with Flowers and Spring. That might mean she's a fairly feminine character, with is frequent among female lords Which leaves Byleth with summer and wind. I assume they'll be traveling to all three kingdoms as an audience surrogate, and like all player characters, will be able to form relationships with everyone
  3. What is your unpopular Fire Emblem opinion?

    Personally, I've had the worst experiences with Tellius and Jugdral fanboys
  4. A game with Heroes mechanics as a re-remake or Shadow Dragon? Sure. I’d also like to see Alphonse and Sharena in a larger scale game.
  5. FE:W Art thread.

    Maybe he could be the protagonist of the sequel. Traveling from world to world of characters not in the first game, trying to atone for what he did and find his way back home
  6. From Conquest to Awakening

    It was, but not among the Serenes Forest crowd. The more casual game design was not well received among this group, but the game in general was VERY well received among 3DS and Nintendo fans in general.
  7. Although It probably would be a lot shorter then Crown of Nibelung, seeing how Takumi joins Corrin much sooner then Leo
  8. I've always thought Erza from Fairy Tail looked like Cordelia
  9. Who deserves to be in the game the most?

    Sumia. She should've been a launch character
  10. Fire Emblem Heroes Wishlist

    Shadow Dragon: Elice Shadows of Valencia: Kliff, Mycen, Forsyth, Python, Valbar, Conrad, Tatiana, Rinea, Silque Blazing Blade: Kent, Sain, Erk, Rath, Dart, Nils Awakening: Sumia, Ricken, Panne, Gregor, Libra, Say'ri, Basillo, Owain, Gangrel, Walhart, Maribelle, Noire Also, every dancer/bard/heron in the series (including ones from the games I never played): Phina, Sylvia, Laylea, Lewyn, Lara, Homer, Larum, Effin, Tethys, Reyson, Leanne, Ragiel
  11. In general, people would be creeped out by him, but ultimately realize he's a really sweet person once you get to know him Maybe Luthier would see him as a bad influence on Delthea
  12. I don't see characters in skimpy outfits undermines what does or doesn't happen in the game. For example, I don't think giving Camilla a proper breastplate would suddenly lead to more elaboration on who Garon was before Anakros.
  13. FE16 "leaks"

    Apparently this leak is for E3 demos, and judging from Nintendo's E3 space, there's probably more not on this paper. That or there's no Fire Emblem demo at E3. There's probably more, seeing how there isn't a Smash demo on the list
  14. What is your unpopular Fire Emblem opinion?

    I don't get why the fanbase is so obsessed with a man that only made 5 games in the series, which the fanbase only really loves two of (and one of them, not from a gameplay standpoint). It's one thing to have reverences to the creates of one of your favorite franchises, but this fanbase gets pretty weird when it comes to Kaga.
  15. Favorite Royals in Fates.

    Hoshido: I went with Takumi, since he gets some good character development in Birthright, and is a great antagonist in Conquest. Sakura's also pretty great Nohr: Elise. She is the light of Nohr, an optimist in a country full of despair, who's even willing to die for the sake of reuniting her family. Valla: Corrin. I think they're a pretty good lord (sue me). They're optimistic and naive, with a desire to unite their two families. In Birthright, they become a more aggressive fighter, and that not everyone can be forgiven. In Conquest, they have to deal with a lose of innocence, and the sometimes you need to do terrible things for the greater good (even though those terrible things only made sense to the writers). And in Revelation, they refuse let go of their idealism, no matter how hard things get and how often it's challenged. I like Azura too, by the way