Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Six. Those couples include Micaiah & Sothe, Elincia & Geoffrey, Jill & Haar, Astrid & Makalov, Boyd & Mist, and Naesala & Leanne. In order to get this special ending, you must have an A support between the two characters.
Sanaki. Despite being Micaiah's sister, Sanaki is not a Branded. Both are descendants of Lehran, and thus are part heron. Soren is the son of Almedha and Ashnard, making him part dragon. Stefan's origins are unknown, but he is strongly hinted to be descended from the ancient lion Soan. The only other playable character who is Branded is the Black Knight.
Jill. Jill's last name is Fizzart. In "Radiant Dawn" she remains the only character with a last name. Her father Shiharam was a boss in "Path of Radiance", and she inherited his skills as a Wyvern Rider. She marries Haar if they share an A support by the end of "Radiant Dawn".
Petrine. Petrine was killed during "Path of Radiance". Bertram was a mysterious boss near the end of the game who was revealed to be Elincia's Uncle Renning. Renning was altered by Izuka's potion that he used for the Feral Ones, but he is cured and becomes a playable character in "Radiant Dawn". Ena is playable in both games, and Oliver is recruitable in "Radiant Dawn". Also, Muarim is both a boss and playable character, as is the Black Knight.
Edward. Edward is one of 4 potential Trueblades in this game, along with Mia, Stefan and Zihark. Unlike the others, he is a new character in "Radiant Dawn" and is a member of the Dawn Brigade. Caladbolg is a sword from Irish mythology, and appears in several other games including Final Fantasy X.
7 . These include Ike & Mist; Oscar, Boyd & Rolf; Reyson, Leanne & Rafiel; Micaiah & Sanaki; Marcia & Makalov; Lethe & Lyre; and Geoffrey & Lucia. Micaiah and Sanaki are unaware of their relationship until the end of the game, as Micaiah was not raised by her parents. Rafiel, Leanne, Sanaki and Lyre were not playable in "Path of Radiance".
Black Knight. Micaiah wanders off by herself into the dark woods and is assaulted by enemy soldiers, when Ike's former enemy comes to help her. The Black Knight remains an enigmatic figure, although much more is learned about his past later in the game. He is actually Zelgius, commander of Begnion's army. The Black Knight is ordered by Sephiran, one of Micaiah's ancestors, to guard Micaiah.
Tormod. Zihark, Jill and Tauroneo all join with the Dawn Brigade, reuniting with their old friend Sothe. Tormod meets up with the gang 2 chapters later, along with his laguz friends Muarim and Vika.
Ilyana. Ilyana has the most playability because she joins the Dawn Brigade in part 1 and later the Greil Mercenaries in part 3. She can be used in as many as 20 chapters out of the 37 in the game. Sothe is a member of the Dawn Brigade as well and is playable in 14 chapters. Haar is available for 15 chapters and Brom in 14, as both can be used in parts 2, 3 and 4.
Clowns. In Kauku Caves, Ike and some important units tried to see how big Begnion's token force was. Ike said, "We have enough people here to deal with these clowns. Everyone ready?"
"Uwee hee hee!". Valtome first appears in the "Incandescent Glow" chapter just to "surprise" Zelgius. He told Zelgius that the senate decided that the Begnion Army is his. He also ordered Zelgius to send troops into Kauku Caves.
Zihark and Jill. You can recruit Jill with Haar and Zihark with either Lethe or Mordecai. Tauroneo didn't even fight in this chapter.
3. When Zelgius defeated Skimir, the Laguz Alliance became desperate because they were short on soldiers and their commander was defeated. Zelgius gave them three days before the Begnion Army pursues them.
Seliora. Seliora was the place where you had to burn the supplies. It was also recommended to release the war horses to cause confusion in the fort. Of course, the senators there were too self-conscious about the situation.
Septimus. Septimus first appeared in Fort Flaguerre, where he constantly worried about the advancing laguz warriors of Gallia. Once they arrived, Septimus became frightened enough to flee. He reappeared as boss of Kauku Caves. He was forced to fight Ike's forces, despite his complaints about the ghastly caves.
Nephew. According to the Character Library, Skimir is King Caineghis's nephew. Skimir was the next in line to the throne after Caineghis retires.
Ranulf. At the beginning of Part III, Ranulf came to greet Ike. He told Ike about the bad news about the Begnion senators murdering messengers from Gallia in order to prevent them from finding out about the who the real culprit of the Serenes Massacre was. Ike felt the same anger as the laguzs, so he decided to help Ranulf.