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Fire Emblem

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A series of turn-based strategy RPGs that already has 14 games. Because of the success of the series' characters Marth and Roy in Super Smash Bros. Melee the series has finally been localized for America and Europe. Also, because of the two characters' success people new to the series often ask in forums about the US released games if Marth and Roy are in this game.

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Radiant Dawn!


You know chess? It's kinda like that, but fun. Wait, no, that's terrible. Uh... did you play Final Fantasy Tactics? It's basically Nintendo's spin on that. It's really good but unfortunately half the games are only available in Japan. Thankfully Awakening came along and made the series popular around the world, so things are looking up.

The first three-dimensional game came out in 2005 and because of the mediocre voice acting in the English version of the game, as well as one FMV that lasts only 2 seconds and wastes place in the theatre, its cutscenes have found appeal by a few.

The second three-dimensional game has longer cutscenes with better animation, but the English voice acting got even worse.

The one on 3DS has some decent-length cutscenes and actually good voice acting.

Media Infomation[edit]

Developed by Intelligent Systems

Made in Japan from 1990 on


With emphasis given to those seen in Youtube Poops

Shadow Dragon/Mystery of the Emblem

  • Marth


  • Alm
  • Celica

Genealogy of Holy War/Thracia 776

  • Sigurd
  • Leif

Binding Blade

  • Roy

Blazing Sword/Rekka no Ken

  • Lyn
  • Eliwood
  • Hector

Sacred Stones

  • Ephraim
  • Eirika

Path of Radiance/Radiant Dawn

  • Ike
  • Black Knight
  • Sothe
  • Micaiah
  • Greil
  • Mist
  • Elincia


  • Chrom
  • Lucina
  • Robin
  • Sumia


  • Corn
  • Lazlo
  • Larry the fucking lobster
  • Chinese guy
  • Kronk

Three Houses

  • Claude
  • Dimitri
  • Bernadetta
  • Byleth
  • Literally Edna Krabappel from the Simpsons
  • Litterally just Palutena
  • Jeritza


  • Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (Famicom, 1990)
  • Gaiden (Famicom, 1992)
  • Mystery of the Emblem (Super Famicom, 1994)
  • Genealogy of Holy War (Super Famicom, 1996)
  • Thracia 776 (Super Famicom, 1999--yes, they seriously made an SNES game in 1999)
  • The Binding Blade (GameBoy Advance, 2002)
  • Blazing Sword (GameBoy Advance, 2003--first game to be released outside Japan)
  • The Sacred Stones (GameBoy Advance, 2004)
  • Path of Radiance (GameCube, 2005)
  • Radiant Dawn (Wii, 2007)
  • Shadow Dragon (DS, 2008)
  • True Mystery of the Emblem (DS, 2010--Japan only)
  • Awakening (3DS, 2012)
  • If (3DS, 2015)
  • Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem (Wii U, ???)
  • Three Houses (Switch, 2019)

There is also a 2-episode OVA and a Japan-exclusive trading card game.


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Further information[edit]

  • The first game in the series was remade and finally translated into English as Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon for Nintendo DS. The third game was also remade but wasn't quite as lucky in the localization department.
  • Marth and Roy appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee, and it was their popularity in that game that led to the Fire Emblem series finally seeing the light of day outside of Japan.
    • Ike joined them in Super Smash Bros. Brawl (sorry Roy) and both were joined by Robin and Lucina in Smash 4.
      • Chrom didn't get in because he sucks.

Main Source for Poopers[edit]


Fire Emblem: Sanctuary of Strategy

Other External Links[edit]

official Japanese site