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  1. Damn, wish I could draw hands like that. I like your style though, love it.
  2. Like, the first episode of the first season? The very fist one? Not sure what the name is, though. I don't remember.
  3. If you're asking if it's possible to pair the units in a way that doesn't exclude any kids and has Corrin marry a 1st gen unit, then the answer is yes. The children you obtain in Conquest are Siegbert, Nina, Forrest, Ignatius, Ophelia, Velouria, Soleil, Percy, Kana, Shigure, Dwyer, Midori and Sophie. So 13 kids if I'm not counting wrong. Considering you'll get Kana one way or another by just marrying Corrin to anyone (except for Niles, if your Corrin is male), you'll have to succesfully marry 12 units. You can also not consider Azura, since you'll most likely marry her to one of the guys that has a kid of his own thus making Sigure almost an obligatory child. So around 11 pairings. It is possible. If you're wondering who should you put with who so no kid gets forgotten, then simply make a little chart with the fathers' names + Corrin and Azura and who can each of them support with. Then write it down and listo! Just make sure you plan this before starting the game or early on, since Conquest doesn't allow free grinding and you only have the chapters themselves to get all the supports. I hope that was of help. I'm sure you can find many charts online if you search "fire emblem shipping chart conquest" and you're feeling lazy. Also, you can check who can marry who on the wikia.
  4. Adding to what Jedi said, Path of Radiance has a sequel (the 10th FE title) called Radiant Dawn released on the Wii. So if you do end un checking out FE9 then I guess you'd want to go with FE10 afterwards, since it still stars Ike (along with other characters). Anyway, it's kind of late to say this but welcome to the forest! Respect the rules and entoy your stay~
  5. Probably late for this too, but welcome to the forest! Respect the rules and enjoy your stay~
  6. I'm no expert in Japanese but I think the name is quite literally "Two Mages". Should we keep it like that, then? Because I'm still convinced that the reason why it was changed to Sorcerers is just because it sounds cooler.
  7. I was thinking that too, but I believe some magic user refering word that actually has a class in FE would fit better. I guess, at least –I mean, there's not a class in FE12 called "wizard", after all.
  8. So I'm kind of late to this, but welcome nonetheless! I just wanted to come fangirl over your drawings because hOLY BUBBLES Those are some A++ drawings right there, friend. Man, I just love them! You really are good at that! The style is just... I don't know, so good. I've been staring at them now, help me, I can't stop. Whatever, welcome to the forest!
  9. That sounds great, though I feel like we're getting a bit off from the original title. While "Two Rival ((<-- is that how you put it? or you put Rivalry? idk)) Disciples" sounds just awesome, since it inmediately tells you these two dudes have a rivalry going on, something along the lines of "Two Mage/Sage Disciples" could also kind of work. I mean, we would still keep the part of the title where a magic class is mentioned.
  10. Then... then it's pretty probable the game would end just like Lucina's timeline, 'cause she wouldn't exist to go back in time to try and prevent it. What if Tharja didn't stalk Robin?
  11. I'd probably use him even less than normaly, to be honest. Don't know if this has been asked before, but what if Robin had to actually earn the Shepherd's trust instead of having Chrom be Chrom and inmediately trust him over a tiny skrimish worth of scratches that "proved him to be trustworthy"? I mean man, Katarina kind of went through seven prologues or something to get to be next to Marth. I really wonder what would the first chapters be like if everyone had as much wearyness as Frederick does.
  12. So I really don't know how much of a vote I have in this, but I think that what he suggests should be considered (and done, to be fair). I mean, even if the title of the chapter is to remain as a more "advanced" thing –and by that I mean how "Sorcerers" sounds more... uh, advanced and powerful than "Mages"– then it could be changed to "Two Sages" or "Two Apprentices/Disciples/whatever other synonym is there" (even if that would be getting kind of off way). Because I think the reason "Sorcerers" was chosen over "Mages" in the first place is just 'cause it sounds more imposing.