Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Runesword. More renaming! The regal blade, as aforementioned, was redubbed Audhulma. The Wo Dao turned into the Shamshir. The Longsword is equal to the Zanbato.
Audhulma. Audhulma is the S level sword of "The Sacred Stones". The Shamshir and Zanbato are renamed swords from the first game. Sieglinde is similar to Durandal, because it is a Prf weapon.
Eliwood only. The Rapier is a Prf weapon, indicating that it is useable only by one person. It is also Eliwood's starting weapon. Another Rapier is attainable in Chapter 28- Valorious Roland.
Brave Sword. The brave sword allows the user to attack consecutively, up to 4 times in a row. Harken, the Hero, is holding one if you recruit him.
Wind Sword. The Wind Sword is one of the three swords that can reach two spaces away. Also on the Bonus Disc are the Silver Card, which halves store prices, and Thor's Ire, which raises Critical levels.
Wo Dao. The Wo Dao has a wonderful 35% Critical Stat. Unfortunately, the sword is only acquired by recruiting Karel or Karla, and Wo Dao is wieldable only by Myrmidons and Swordmasters.
|What is the girl's name from "Fire Emblem: Fuuin no Tsurugi" and up who asks if you want to suspend data? (GBA-GC)||"Fire Emblem" Master
Ana. In "Fire Emblem 7" in chapter where you get Canas Ann gets her name! IF you stop in the pub you met Anna and learn some info about her.
|If you defeat the Black Knight (good luck) who joins you? ("Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance") (GC)||"Fire Emblem" Master
Nasir. It takes a lot of luck to defeat him. Hopefully your Ike almost maxed his stats.
|How many horseback units could you have in "Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones?" (GBA)||"Fire Emblem" Master
16. They are: Eirika, Ephraim, Amelia, Duessel, Forde, Franz, Gilliam, Kyle, Seth, Gerik, Neimi, Ewan, L'Arachel, Lute, and Natasha.
|What is Roy's average Luck at level 20/20? ("Fire Emblem: Fuuin no Tsurugi") (GBA)||"Fire Emblem" Master
29.8. This makes him on of the luckiest units ever in "Fire Emblem". Always almost maxing it. He has a 60% growth in it.
General. They are an enemy only class. They use axes if you couldn't guess!
|In "Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu" (SNES) (4), who are Nanna and Delmudd's mother?||"Fire Emblem" Master
Lachesis. A good pairing for her would be Beowulf and Finn. Nanna is a Troubadour and Delmudd is a Free Knight.
Necromancer. Lyon is the only Necromancer in either game. Summoner and Druid are promotions of Shamans, and Dark Druid is Nergal's ("Fire Emblem 7") class.
Joshua. Joshua is obtained in Chapter 5 by talking to him with Natasha. Marisa is available during the time of Ephraim/Eirika quests. Gerik is a mercenary.
Nomad. The boss' name is Sealen, and he works for the group that Wyvern Rider Heath comes from. Hector's Quest is available after finishing the game the first time.
Berserker. Dozla is a guardian of the prissy princess L'Arachel. He is one of the two berserkers available in the game, the other being Ross.
Anima Magic Tomes and Staves. There are three sages available in "Fire Emblem". Two start as mages (Erk and Nino), and one is pre-promoted (Pent).
Wyvern Riders & Pegasus Knights. The Wyvern Knight is a "Sacred Stones" exclusive class. There are three opportunities to get a Wyvern Knight: through Cormag (Wyvern Rider) and through Vanessa and Tana (Peg Knight).
Fire Dragon. The Manakete class appears in "Sacred Stones" as a girl who can turn into a dragon. The classes Firedrake and Dragon do not appear in either game.
Valkyrie, Mage Knight. Only Mages, Priests, and Monks can be promoted into Sages. Clerics can promote into Valkyries also. Troubadour Warrior is not a real class.
Fell Contract. The only Fell Contract in the game acquired without a secret shop happens in Chapter 26/28 sidequest. It is obtained after beating the boss, a sage named Sonia.
General. Hector's brother's class is only shown during Chapter 21 (Eliwood's quest). When the lords go to talk to him, you can briefly see an overhead view, and it is confirmed that he is a general.
|Final question! This will deal with a character who played no major role, Geitz. He was a warrior in "Fire Emblem" who only joins if certain requirements are fulfilled, otherwise you get Wallace. He reveals that he hates one member of his family in a support. Who is this?||"Fire Emblem" Characters
His father. Geitz hates his father because he used slaves, including children, to row his boats, and when they were exhausted, he threw them off into the ocean. His brother, Geese, is a playable character in "Fire Emblem: Fuuin no Tsurugi", only in Japanese. He has no son, and I hope you could tell that the 2nd cousin thing was a joke.
|One character in "Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance" is Gatrie, and he is a braggart and a flirt, along with having great stats. With this description, who is he most comparable to in "Fire Emblem"?||"Fire Emblem" Characters
Sain. Sain is even more of a flirt- he has even confessed to hitting on every woman he meets. This means he has many supports, and they are quite funny. Oswin is a knight like Gatrie, but his personality is nothing like Gatrie's. Wil is an archer who doesnt really show much of a personality, and the only person he can end up with at the end of the game is Rebecca. Lute is from "Sacred Stones", and don't even get me started on her personality (or lack thereof).
|I am Saleh, a sage from "Sacred Stones". I knew Gerik in the past. Why do I think that Gerik would hate me?||"Fire Emblem" Characters
I killed his friend Zabba. When Saleh was just an apprentice, he knew Gerik. One day, when they were in a pub, Saleh got sparks on him from the fire. He brushed the sparks off, but the lack of control caused the fire to grow with his magic, killing Gerik's friend Zabba. As for the other answers, Saleh does take Gerik's advice. Gerik does not hate all mages, he is friends with Saleh and Ewan, an apprentice of Saleh's. Saleh has never stolen from Gerik.
|"Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance" has many magic users, although they removed dark magic. However, only one character can use light magic. He saved Titania's life once, before the game. This is revealed in a support between the two of them. Who is he?||"Fire Emblem" Characters
Rhys. Rhys is the only priest/bishop in the game that is playable. Oliver is an enemy bishop, who uses light magic to fight your party. Mist is also a healer, but she gains swords, not light magic. Renault is a bishop in "Fire Emblem", but he is better with a staff than with light magic.
Lyn. Lyn's final sword, the Sol Katti, is not a sacred weapon like those of Eliwood and Hector, the Durandal and the Armads. This is stated by archsage Athos when he gives them the swords. Chuck Norris is, obviously, not a "Fire Emblem" character.
|I am Mist, Ike's sister. I am a cleric, and I use a staff to heal allies on the battlefield. When I promote to a Valkyrie, I can use swords. What is my special, Mist-only sword in "Path of Radiance"?||"Fire Emblem" Characters
Mist doesn't have a special sword. Mist never gets a special sword in "Path of Radiance", although it's hinted that she will have one in the upcoming "Fire Emblem" on Wii. Iron sword is a weak but durable sword, a good choice for most fighters. The Regal blade is Ike's first new sword, that Mist gives to him from their father. The Double Voulge is a real weapon, a spear with blades on both ends, although it has never appeared in "Fire Emblem".
|My name is Hector. I'm a lord in "Fire Emblem". I fought alongside my friends Eliwood and Lyn, and am considered to be one of the better lords of English "Fire Emblem". What is the main weapon I use?||"Fire Emblem" Characters
Axe. Hector uses an axe to fight. Swords, lances and bows are other weapons in "Fire Emblem", alongside Anima magic, light magic, dark magic, and staves (plural of "staff".) He can also use a sword when he promotes to a Great Lord.
|I am known as the Sword Demon. I've cut down my own family, for no greater reason than to become the greatest swordmaster alive. I have a sister who doesn't know this, and searches for me throughout the land. Who am I?||"Fire Emblem" Characters
Karel. Karel later became known as the "Sword Saint", in "Fire Emblem: Fuuin no Tsurugi", which is only available in Japanese. Joshua was a myrmidon in "Sacred Stones" who turned out to be the Prince of Jehanna. Karla is his sister. Sephiroth is from "Final Fantasy", another great game series- but I'll bet you already knew that.
Ike. Ike is the main character, and the only lord in this game. Eliwood was one of the three main characters in "Fire Emblem" on the Game Boy Advance, along with Lyn and Hector. Ephraim, along with Eirika, was a main character in "Sacred Stones". Sothe is a playable character in "Path of Radiance", but has no real storyline significance.