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5th Aug '16 4:53:26 AM OldBen
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* Elincia in ''Path of Radience''[[spoiler:Has the confidence to lay down her weapon in between two warring armies just to prove a point.]]

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* Elincia in ''Path of Radience''[[spoiler:Has ''Radiant Dawn'' [[spoiler:has the confidence to lay down her weapon in between two warring armies just to prove a point.]]



** Naesala's first appearance in [=PoR=], or saving Leanne and Nealuchi from Skrimir...

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** * Naesala's first appearance in [=PoR=], or saving Leanne and Nealuchi from Skrimir...



--> '''Sanaki''': Burn, traitor!

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--> '''Sanaki''': Burn, traitor!traitor!
* Elincia's amazing RousingSpeech before assault on Ashnard's palace is both this and a SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoment. Especially when you consider how quiet she was throughout the entire game. Even Ranulf was impressed!
** If you decide this way, Ike can give one as well. It's shorter, but just as awesome.
31st Jul '16 10:28:34 PM CyrenaPeleman
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* Sothe getting promoted to Whisper by Yune. He seriously says he feels great- so great he could arm wrestle with [[HotBlooded Skrimir.]]

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* Sothe getting promoted to Whisper by Yune. He seriously says he feels great- so great he could arm wrestle with [[HotBlooded Skrimir.]]]]
* Most of the boss dialogues in Part 4, especially against [[MadScientist Izuka]].
** [[BewareTheNiceOnes Zihark]] is a great example for those aware of [[InterspeciesRomance his past]].
---> '''Zihark''': …She always told me not to let anger and hatred get the best of me, not the let them guide my blade… [[TranquilFury This will be my only exception.]]
** Bastian outright says ''he would to dissect Izuka's brain'' to find a possible cure for [[spoiler: Renning.]]
* They also save plenty of choice words against [[EvilChancellor Lekain.]]
--> '''Sanaki''': Burn, traitor!
27th Jul '16 8:17:28 PM CyrenaPeleman
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* When Lucia and Bastian have resigned to leaving Geoffrey behind as a decoy, Elincia refuses to stand for it. Lucia orders Ike to lead Elincia to safety, and he adamantly refuses. His reasoning? He still has a contract with Elincia personally as a mercenary, and is thus insistent upon doing the mission to save Geoffrey that even Geoffrey himself and his own sister believe is not worth it. The fact that Elincia and Geoffrey can get married in the sequel makes it ''well'' worth his trouble.

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* When Lucia and Bastian have resigned to leaving Geoffrey behind as a decoy, Elincia refuses to stand for it. Lucia orders Ike to lead Elincia to safety, and he adamantly refuses. His reasoning? He still has a contract with Elincia personally as a mercenary, and is thus insistent upon doing the mission to save Geoffrey that even Geoffrey himself and his own sister believe is not worth it. The fact that Elincia and Geoffrey can get married in the sequel makes it ''well'' worth his trouble.trouble.
* Sothe getting promoted to Whisper by Yune. He seriously says he feels great- so great he could arm wrestle with [[HotBlooded Skrimir.]]
23rd Jul '16 8:26:06 PM HamburgerTime
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** The sequence as a whole is a SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for Lucia. The poor battered-looking young woman remains defiant to the end as she declares her loyalty to Elincia moments before she is to be hanged.

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** The sequence as a whole is a SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for Lucia. The poor battered-looking young woman remains defiant to the end as she declares her loyalty to Elincia moments before she is to be hanged. Lucia's response to Elincia's decision to sacrifice her for the good of the country? "[[FaceDeathWithDignity Hah!]]"



* When Lucia and Bastian have resigned to leaving Geoffrey behind as a decoy, Elincia refuses to stand for it. Lucia orders Ike to lead Elincia to safety, and he adamantly refuses. His reasoning? He still has a contract with Elincia personally as a mercenary, and is thus insistent upon doing the mission to save Geoffrey that even Geoffrey himself and his own sister believe is not worth it. The fact that Elincia and Geoffrey get married in the sequel makes it ''well'' worth his trouble.

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* When Lucia and Bastian have resigned to leaving Geoffrey behind as a decoy, Elincia refuses to stand for it. Lucia orders Ike to lead Elincia to safety, and he adamantly refuses. His reasoning? He still has a contract with Elincia personally as a mercenary, and is thus insistent upon doing the mission to save Geoffrey that even Geoffrey himself and his own sister believe is not worth it. The fact that Elincia and Geoffrey can get married in the sequel makes it ''well'' worth his trouble.
14th Apr '16 6:57:21 PM lilyofthevalley
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** Bastian: [[OutGambitted OutGambitting]] Ludveck, whose [[ThePlan gambit]] was ''the entire focus of Part 2''.

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** Bastian: * Bastian [[OutGambitted OutGambitting]] Ludveck, whose [[ThePlan gambit]] was ''the entire focus of Part 2''.
14th Apr '16 6:56:37 PM lilyofthevalley
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** Ranulf surviving two fights with [[spoiler:the Black Knight]].

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** * Ranulf surviving two fights with [[spoiler:the Black Knight]].
14th Apr '16 6:56:07 PM lilyofthevalley
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* Ike, the hero of ''FireEmblem: Radiant Dawn'', one just before the final battle. When [[spoiler:the judgement-hungry KnightTemplar goddess Ashera]] refuses the LastSecondChance, he points Ragnell directly in the BiggerBad's face and says:

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* Ike, the hero of ''FireEmblem: Radiant Dawn'', one just before the final battle. When [[spoiler:the judgement-hungry KnightTemplar goddess Ashera]] refuses the LastSecondChance, he Ike points Ragnell directly in the BiggerBad's face and says:
14th Apr '16 6:55:11 PM lilyofthevalley
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* My Geoffrey literally pulled a FoeTossingCharge on one of his maps. To my knowledge, the chances of Sol activating 7 times in a row is a bit ...
* I had one during Ike's final battle with [[spoiler:the Black Knight]], which is an epic battle in its own right for the whole DuelBoss thing. It was made even more so when said opponent walked up to Ike, swung his blade, ''missed with a 71% chance to hit'', and then proceeded to let himself get ripped up by Ike rolling a ''5% chance for a critical hit and removing 6/7 of the boss's HP in one round.'' Needless to say, the level ended the next turn.
** Most players do have personal [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome crowning moments of awesome]] at some point while playing Fire Emblem. For example, I once had Zihark (whose low Defense due to bad luck with the RandomNumberGod made him a GlassCannon) dodge an attack that would have killed him that had an 85% chance to hit and land a critical blow on the attacker...and then, ''in that same turn'', trigger Vantage on yet another attack that would have killed him, and critical with it for the kill. This was all on [[ScrappyLevel 3-13]].
** On that selfsame 3-13, a 20/15/-- Edward goes down to face off with Ike -- dropping Soren with one hit. Ike attacks on his turn, grievously wounds -- but fails to kill -- Edward, who promptly activates Wrath and double-Criticals Ike, ending the battle on Turn 8.
** If [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPEANDdbUMQ this]] isn't a CrowningMomentOfAwesome, I don't know what is. For the uninformed: that sword is the Brave Sword, which normally caps at '''4 attacks'''. Mia (the girl) triggers her [[LimitBreak Mastery Skill]], Astra, which turns 1 attack into 5. ''Twice''. Bear in mind that Astra has a 30% chance of activation at absolute maximum (it's usually significantly lower). Then she triggers Adept (which doubles one attack). And then criticals. To kill a dragon with 66 HP when in all right she should have done 20 damage, ''maybe'' 40 with a little luck.
** If that's not a SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome, then the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgRLbGpgV9s&feature=response_watch sequel]], where much the same thing happens, except it's on a dragon with ''more'' HP, and Mia should only be doing 4 damage on a hit, instead of 5 damage on a hit from the previous video, definitely is. And in both videos, she hits the dragon 14 times before it can even make its ''first attack on her!'' Not that it would've mattered. The dragon's chances of hitting [[FragileSpeedster Mia]] were so low as to be not worth mentioning.
* On chapter 4-5 I had brought Mia, Boyd, Ike, Nailah and Heather, all of whom were level 20/20 (except Nailah) Heather was an okay fighter at best throughout the game and she was mostly there for extra kills and treasure-looting. Then as Ike, Mia, and Boyd were approaching the final stairway to Oliver, the bishop with a sleep staff hit Boyd. I would have continued had reinforcements not arrived slowing us down, which gave the sleep bishop the time to put Ike and Mia to sleep, leaving them to get killed slowly in their defenseless state (Mia most of all). Nailah was able to rescue Mia, but after saving her she started to get attacked and nearly died. I was out of ideas besides having Heather run up and try to defend them the best she could, although that would only have gone so far. [[FragileSpeedster Heather]] then proceeded to [[HPToOne spam Bane]] [[SingleStrokeBattle and criticals]] and by the time everyone woke up [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill all but Oliver and his bishops were dead]].
* [[ShrinkingViolet Nephenee]]. . .
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIuNlvYqeeA destroys half of an army in one turn.]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0dYl8f4EOY pulls a combo similar to Mia's.]]
* My alltime favorite Fire Emblem quote came from ''Path of Radiance''. Marcia, whose older brother Makalov's debts, gambling, and general [[TheScrappy Scrappyness]] had caused her to quit her job, fight pirates, and fly all over the country to try to find him. And what does she say to him when she finally finds him and he pathetically tries to talk his way out of it? ''"STUFF IT, SPONGE-BRAIN!!! NO MORE LAME EXCUSES!!! FOLLOW ME!!! NOW!!!"''
** One could argue that most scenes involving Marcia are [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Moments of Awesome]]. My particular favorite is the scene where she intends to fight off an entire troop of wyvern knights ''by herself'' to protect Elincia, Leanne. and Nealuchi (a queen, princess, and princess' royal retainer respectively), and spouts a constant stream of insults at them the entire time. She even manages to yell at Haar in the midst of the battle to make him help her.
** And while we're on the subject of Makalov, his drunken line in Radiant Dawn was seen by this editor as his SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: "Hey, who put that chair there? It could've killed me!" Unbelievably silly, yes, but severely awesome.
* And while I'm talking about characters from Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn, allow me to list off all of them in my opinion. These are just off the top of my head.
** Ike: Ike has ''many'' Crowning Moments of Awesome. My favorite, however, has to be the first time you see him perform Aether.
** Elincia: [[spoiler:Having the confidence to lay down her weapon in between two warring armies just to prove a point.]]
** Kieran: Just...Kieran.
*** "I just need to pull this axe out of my head here... Whooo, that's sharp!"
** Tormod: "What have you done!? You scurvy traitor! You grew! Too tall!"
** Devdan: Nadved and Danved. That's really all that needs to be said.
** Naesala: He quite literally [[spoiler:sold his best friend.]] Evil, yes. But still very awesome.
*** To say nothing of his first appearance in PoR, or saving Leanne and Nealuchi from Skrimir...
** Black Knight: He ''is'' a CrowningMomentOfAwesome in and of himself, especially when [[spoiler: he joins Micaiah's party early on in ''Radiant Dawn'', making for one hell of a WHAMEpisode]].
** Mia: Her support conversations with Rhys in Path of Radiance.
** Ilyana: Enacting vengeance upon the prison guards who captured her and Aimee, for feeding her nothing but scraps. "I must have vengeance!"
** Ranulf: [[DeadpanSnarker Every time he opens his mouth.]]
** Stefan: Any time he gets a conversation with a boss, he sounds more like he should be the boss instead.
*** To the boss of Chapter 19: "If that's all the skill you have, sheathe your blade. You're not ready to challenge me." (cue total ownage)
*** Radiant Dawn, chapter 4-3:
---->'''[[spoiler:Numida]]:''' Wh-who are you?
---->'''Stefan:''' I am the desert, and I brook no intrusion. Make peace with your goddess.

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* My Geoffrey literally pulled a FoeTossingCharge on one of his maps. To my knowledge, the chances of Sol activating 7 times in a row is a bit ...
* I had one during Ike's final battle with [[spoiler:the Black Knight]], which is an epic battle in its own right for the whole DuelBoss thing. It was made even more so when said opponent walked up to Ike, swung his blade, ''missed with a 71% chance to hit'', and then proceeded to let himself get ripped up by Ike rolling a ''5% chance for a critical hit and removing 6/7 of the boss's HP in one round.'' Needless to say, the level ended the next turn.
** Most players do have personal [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome crowning moments of awesome]] at some point while playing Fire Emblem. For example, I once had Zihark (whose low Defense due to bad luck with the RandomNumberGod made him a GlassCannon) dodge an attack that would have killed him that had an 85% chance to hit and land a critical blow on the attacker...and then, ''in that same turn'', trigger Vantage on yet another attack that would have killed him, and critical with it for the kill. This was all on [[ScrappyLevel 3-13]].
** On that selfsame 3-13, a 20/15/-- Edward goes down to face off with Ike -- dropping Soren with one hit. Ike attacks on his turn, grievously wounds -- but fails to kill -- Edward, who promptly activates Wrath and double-Criticals Ike, ending the battle on Turn 8.
** If [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPEANDdbUMQ this]] isn't a CrowningMomentOfAwesome, I don't know what is. For the uninformed: that sword is the Brave Sword, which normally caps at '''4 attacks'''. Mia (the girl) triggers her [[LimitBreak Mastery Skill]], Astra, which turns 1 attack into 5. ''Twice''. Bear in mind that Astra has a 30% chance of activation at absolute maximum (it's usually significantly lower). Then she triggers Adept (which doubles one attack). And then criticals. To kill a dragon with 66 HP when in all right she should have done 20 damage, ''maybe'' 40 with a little luck.
** If that's not a SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome, then the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgRLbGpgV9s&feature=response_watch sequel]], where much the same thing happens, except it's on a dragon with ''more'' HP, and Mia should only be doing 4 damage on a hit, instead of 5 damage on a hit from the previous video, definitely is. And in both videos, she hits the dragon 14 times before it can even make its ''first attack on her!'' Not that it would've mattered. The dragon's chances of hitting [[FragileSpeedster Mia]] were so low as to be not worth mentioning.
* On chapter 4-5 I had brought Mia, Boyd, Ike, Nailah and Heather, all of whom were level 20/20 (except Nailah) Heather was an okay fighter at best throughout the game and she was mostly there for extra kills and treasure-looting. Then as Ike, Mia, and Boyd were approaching the final stairway to Oliver, the bishop with a sleep staff hit Boyd. I would have continued had reinforcements not arrived slowing us down, which gave the sleep bishop the time to put Ike and Mia to sleep, leaving them to get killed slowly in their defenseless state (Mia most of all). Nailah was able to rescue Mia, but after saving her she started to get attacked and nearly died. I was out of ideas besides having Heather run up and try to defend them the best she could, although that would only have gone so far. [[FragileSpeedster Heather]] then proceeded to [[HPToOne spam Bane]] [[SingleStrokeBattle and criticals]] and by the time everyone woke up [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill all but Oliver and his bishops were dead]].
* [[ShrinkingViolet Nephenee]]. . .
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIuNlvYqeeA destroys half of an army in one turn.]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0dYl8f4EOY pulls a combo similar to Mia's.]]
* My alltime favorite Fire Emblem quote came from
In ''Path of Radiance''. Radiance'' Marcia, whose older brother Makalov's debts, gambling, and general [[TheScrappy Scrappyness]] had caused her to quit her job, fight pirates, and fly all over the country to try to find him. And what does she say to him when she finally finds him and he pathetically tries to talk his way out of it? ''"STUFF IT, SPONGE-BRAIN!!! NO MORE LAME EXCUSES!!! FOLLOW ME!!! NOW!!!"''
** One could argue that most scenes involving Marcia are [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Moments of Awesome]]. My particular favorite is the also has a scene where she intends to fight off an entire troop of wyvern knights ''by herself'' to protect Elincia, Leanne. and Nealuchi (a queen, princess, and princess' royal retainer respectively), and spouts a constant stream of insults at them the entire time. She even manages to yell at Haar in the midst of the battle to make him help her.
** And while we're on the subject * Elincia in ''Path of Makalov, his drunken line in Radiant Dawn was seen by this editor as his SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: "Hey, who put that chair there? It could've killed me!" Unbelievably silly, yes, but severely awesome.
* And while I'm talking about characters from Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn, allow me to list off all of them in my opinion. These are just off the top of my head.
** Ike: Ike has ''many'' Crowning Moments of Awesome. My favorite, however, has to be the first time you see him perform Aether.
** Elincia: [[spoiler:Having
Radience''[[spoiler:Has the confidence to lay down her weapon in between two warring armies just to prove a point.]]
** * Kieran: Just...Kieran.
*** ** "I just need to pull this axe out of my head here... Whooo, that's sharp!"
** Tormod: "What have you done!? You scurvy traitor! You grew! Too tall!"
** Devdan: Nadved and Danved. That's really all that needs to be said.
** Naesala: He quite literally [[spoiler:sold his best friend.]] Evil, yes. But still very awesome.
*** To say nothing of his
Naesala's first appearance in PoR, [=PoR=], or saving Leanne and Nealuchi from Skrimir...
** * Black Knight: He Knight ''is'' a CrowningMomentOfAwesome in and of himself, especially when [[spoiler: he joins Micaiah's party early on in ''Radiant Dawn'', making for one hell of a WHAMEpisode]].
** Mia: Her support conversations with Rhys in Path of Radiance.
** Ilyana: Enacting
* Ilyana enacting vengeance upon the prison guards who captured her and Aimee, for feeding her nothing but scraps. "I must have vengeance!"
** Ranulf: [[DeadpanSnarker Every time he opens his mouth.]]
** Stefan:
Ranulf surviving two fights with [[spoiler:the Black Knight]].
*
Any time he Stefan gets a conversation with a boss, he sounds more like he should be the boss instead.
*** ** To the boss of Chapter 19: "If that's all the skill you have, sheathe your blade. You're not ready to challenge me." (cue total ownage)
*** ** Radiant Dawn, chapter 4-3:
---->'''[[spoiler:Numida]]:''' --->'''[[spoiler:Numida]]:''' Wh-who are you?
---->'''Stefan:''' --->'''Stefan:''' I am the desert, and I brook no intrusion. Make peace with your goddess.



** Sanaki: Her conversation with a certain subordinate near the end of the game...

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** Sanaki: Her * Sanaki's conversation with a certain subordinate near the end of the game...game... Doubles as a Funny Moment.



** Leanne is the cause of one when she arrives in Crimea in Part 2 of Radiant Dawn. Paraphrase from the narration: "The Crimean nobles don't like how Elincia welcomes the Heron Princess to court so readily, but they know that if they say anything Tibarn and Naesala will tear them apart, so they shut up about it."
* An example of the above and also a different awesome - when a character completely owns a villain who talks smack on them. My last time was Pelleas and Lekain, so I'll use that as an example here. So Pelleas went up against Lekain. Lekain taunted him, told him how worthless he was, etcetera. Pelleas countered with the Power of Friendship. Then he attacked, used Disarm and thus completely ruined Lekain's ability to counter-attack. Then he used Adept, and then he used Flare. Lekain died horribly without even coming close to touching Pelleas. I'm sure you've all had your times when that's happened.

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** * Leanne is the cause of one when she arrives in Crimea in Part 2 of Radiant Dawn. Paraphrase from Paraphrasing the narration: "The Crimean nobles don't like how Elincia welcomes the Heron Princess to court so readily, but they know that if they say anything Tibarn and Naesala will tear them apart, so they shut up about it."
* An example of the above and also a different awesome - when a character completely owns a villain who talks smack on them. My last time was Pelleas and Lekain, so I'll use that as an example here. So Pelleas went up against Lekain. Lekain taunted him, told him how worthless he was, etcetera. Pelleas countered with the Power of Friendship. Then he attacked, used Disarm and thus completely ruined Lekain's ability to counter-attack. Then he used Adept, and then he used Flare. Lekain died horribly without even coming close to touching Pelleas. I'm sure you've all had your times when that's happened.
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** When Aimee, the shop girl with a crush on Ike, offers the Greil Mercernaries a discount if Ike tells her he loves her, Ike is about to comply (purely for business reasons). Soren rushes in and warns Ike that if he tells Aimee this, she'll spread the "news" around, ruining Ike's reputation. Soren proceeds to put his own, apparently dormant, charisma into effect, sweet talking getting the discount for Ike. ''Short, dark, introverted Soren turns out to be a ladykiller''. LOL.
*** Made even more awesome if you think he didn't even ''change the tone of his voice.'' Yes, Soren just monotoned his way into a lady's heart.
** Best yet, if he fights Micaiah during Part 3, chapter 7, he outright insults her. Note that everyone she meets loves her within moments of first talking to her, or at least treats her with much more sympathy than her actions ellicit, and he Meteors her. In the face. Usually twice. Best yet, performing this SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome is one of the steps to unlocking a secret ending scene.
*** Actual excerpt from the conversation: "Do not presume to understand me, you ridiculous girl."
*** Just in Radiant Dawn? Think about it -- Soren essentially makes all the strategic decisions in relation to Ike's army, which means he has a direct hand in bringing down Ashnard, [[spoiler:his own father]].

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** When Aimee, the shop girl with a crush on Ike, offers the Greil Mercernaries a discount if Ike tells her he loves her, Ike is about to comply (purely for business reasons). Soren rushes in and warns Ike that if he tells Aimee this, she'll spread the "news" around, ruining Ike's reputation. Soren proceeds to put his own, apparently dormant, charisma into effect, sweet talking getting the discount for Ike. ''Short, dark, introverted Soren turns out to be a ladykiller''. LOL.
*** Made even more awesome if you think he didn't even ''change the tone of his voice.'' Yes, Soren just monotoned his way into a lady's heart.
** Best yet, if
If he fights Micaiah during Part 3, chapter 7, he outright insults her. Note that everyone she meets loves her within moments of first talking to her, or at least treats her with much more sympathy than her actions ellicit, elicit, and he Meteors her. In the face. Usually twice. Best yet, performing this SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome is one of the steps to unlocking a secret ending scene.
*** Actual excerpt from the conversation: --->'''Soren:''' "Do not presume to understand me, you ridiculous girl."
*** Just in Radiant Dawn? Think about it -- ** Soren essentially makes all the strategic decisions in relation to Ike's army, which means he has a direct hand in bringing down Ashnard, [[spoiler:his own father]].



* Speaking of Reyson, who could forget his most awesome scene where he [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uwt-6mJiRM ''punches'' his captor, Oliver, despite being a ''pacifist'' Heron!]] You ''literally'' can hear the "Smack" his punch makes during the dialog.

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* Speaking of Reyson, who could forget his most awesome scene where he Reyson [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uwt-6mJiRM ''punches'' his captor, Oliver, despite being a ''pacifist'' Heron!]] You ''literally'' can hear the "Smack" his punch makes during the dialog.



* Practically anything Haar does or says. Could the man ''be'' any more awesome?

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* Practically anything Haar does or says. Could the man ''be'' any more awesome?



* While it was the enemy's, [[Tropers/AirshipCanon This Troper]] has had one case in ''Radiant Dawn'' he regards as one of the best moments in the game -- on 3-Endgame, Tibarn, one of the Laguz royals -- who's practically invincible on that chapter -- killed Jill just before she could be turned by Haar. The response from the enemy? Laura puts the bastard to Sleep, and then Leonardo, who's low on HP after barely surviving an attack from Boyd, attacks Tibarn with his Resolve -- and strikes a double Crit, killing him.
* Early in ''Path of Radiance'', I ended up with a wounded Soren (6 out of 18 HP with awful Defense) who was about to get taken out by the boss. He dodged the javelin that was thrown at him, and promptly followed up with a '''DOUBLE CRITICAL,''' instantly killing him.
* Endgame. My Michaiah, the Light Priestess, gets attacked by a White Dragon. The Hit/Dmg/Crt reads 100/0/0 for Michaiah and 64/18/0 for the dragon. Dragon misses. Michaiah attacks next (me thinking it'll be [[AC:No Damage!]]x2. Instead, her Corona ability pops. ''Twice''. Down goes the dragon.
* In this troper's Endgame of ''Radiant Dawn'', he had Ike and Soren's support maxed, and had [[BlowYouAway Soren]] fight Ashera. He deals a fair bit of damage...and then dodges [[BoltOfDivineRetribution Judgement]]!! That's it, when you dodge a ''[[PrecisionFStrike fuckin']]'' ''goddess''' attack, you are officially ''awesome''. (Though, in fairness, Ike/Soren's support ''does'' boost Evasion by 30 soo...yeah).
** Ike dual-supporting Soren and Oscar in Path of Radiance (either way) gives such a big avoid boost it can lead to Ike dodging a supermajority of the attacks dealt by ''[[BigBad Ashnard]]''.
* Path of Radiance, final mission. I had three fronts and only two characters (Ike and Nasir) who I was really happy about sending in for a round against dragons. And no Reyson. So, in order to deal with this I used the much-maligned Pegasus Knight Triangle Attack. In nearly every FE game, if three peg knights are adjacent to an enemy and one attacks, they automatically hit ''and crit'', even if that were ordinarily impossible. Most times it's an excessive and inefficent investment. ''This was not one of those times.'' Tanith with a forged silver lance was running around obliterating the toughest non-boss enemy in the game with 100% odds of killing them in one shot.
* In my experience, Reyson is the most awesome supporting unit ever. One chapter, the Alliance was facing off against Begnion, we were on the offense. I moved Reyson out in the field without paying much attention, and a man with a crossbow attacked him. I began to despair. However, Reyson took the first hit with ''one HP left'' then ''dodged'' the second. Normally not even ''Naesala'' survives a battle with a crossbow at this point.
* God damn Tauroneo's exchange with the Mad King Ashnard is a brilliant and particularly poignant illustration of the man's character and is severely reminiscent of General Duessel, the Obsidian, from The Sacred Stones. Needless to say by virtue of its presence here and my discussion therein, it's awesome. Really awesome.

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* While it was the enemy's, [[Tropers/AirshipCanon This Troper]] has had one case in ''Radiant Dawn'' he regards as one of the best moments in the game -- on 3-Endgame, Tibarn, one of the Laguz royals -- who's practically invincible on that chapter -- killed Jill just before she could be turned by Haar. The response from the enemy? Laura puts the bastard to Sleep, and then Leonardo, who's low on HP after barely surviving an attack from Boyd, attacks Tibarn with his Resolve -- and strikes a double Crit, killing him.
* Early in ''Path of Radiance'', I ended up with a wounded Soren (6 out of 18 HP with awful Defense) who was about to get taken out by the boss. He dodged the javelin that was thrown at him, and promptly followed up with a '''DOUBLE CRITICAL,''' instantly killing him.
* Endgame. My Michaiah, the Light Priestess, gets attacked by a White Dragon. The Hit/Dmg/Crt reads 100/0/0 for Michaiah and 64/18/0 for the dragon. Dragon misses. Michaiah attacks next (me thinking it'll be [[AC:No Damage!]]x2. Instead, her Corona ability pops. ''Twice''. Down goes the dragon.
* In this troper's Endgame of ''Radiant Dawn'', he had Ike and Soren's support maxed, and had [[BlowYouAway Soren]] fight Ashera. He deals a fair bit of damage...and then dodges [[BoltOfDivineRetribution Judgement]]!! That's it, when you dodge a ''[[PrecisionFStrike fuckin']]'' ''goddess''' attack, you are officially ''awesome''. (Though, in fairness, Ike/Soren's support ''does'' boost Evasion by 30 soo...yeah).
** Ike dual-supporting Soren and Oscar in Path of Radiance (either way) gives such a big avoid boost it can lead to Ike dodging a supermajority of the attacks dealt by ''[[BigBad Ashnard]]''.
* Path of Radiance, final mission. I had three fronts and only two characters (Ike and Nasir) who I was really happy about sending in for a round against dragons. And no Reyson. So, in order to deal with this I used the much-maligned Pegasus Knight Triangle Attack. In nearly every FE game, if three peg knights are adjacent to an enemy and one attacks, they automatically hit ''and crit'', even if that were ordinarily impossible. Most times it's an excessive and inefficent investment. ''This was not one of those times.'' Tanith with a forged silver lance was running around obliterating the toughest non-boss enemy in the game with 100% odds of killing them in one shot.
* In my experience, Reyson is the most awesome supporting unit ever. One chapter, the Alliance was facing off against Begnion, we were on the offense. I moved Reyson out in the field without paying much attention, and a man with a crossbow attacked him. I began to despair. However, Reyson took the first hit with ''one HP left'' then ''dodged'' the second. Normally not even ''Naesala'' survives a battle with a crossbow at this point.
* God damn
Tauroneo's exchange with the Mad King Ashnard is a brilliant and particularly poignant illustration of the man's character and is severely reminiscent of General Duessel, the Obsidian, from The Sacred Stones. Needless to say by virtue of its presence here and my discussion therein, it's awesome. Really awesome.Stones.



** And by the Goddess Ashera, if you actually manage to fulfill that and have Tauroneo land the killing blow, then props to you. I wish I could've had that happen, but alas... it has never once happened to me.
* When Lucia and Bastian have resigned to leaving Geoffrey behind as a decoy, Elincia refuses to stand for it. Lucia orders Ike to lead Elincia to safety, and he adamantly refuses. His reasoning? He still has a contract with Elincia personally as a mercenary, and is thus insistent upon doing the mission to save Geoffrey that even Geoffrey himself and his own sister believe is not worth it. The fact that Elincia and Geoffrey get married in the sequel makes it ''well'' worth his trouble.
* Astrid might have taken some levels in HorribleJudgeOfCharacter in ''Radiant Dawn'' and very much LAGS behind performance-wise. However, you cannot deny that if you sent her to fight against or even better, ''kill'' Lekain, you get a short, sweet dialogue where the usually sweet, naive and timid Astrid told Lekain coldly that fleeing from him is something she ''really'' never regretted, and... well even moreso killing him.

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** And by the Goddess Ashera, if you actually manage to fulfill that and have Tauroneo land the killing blow, then props to you. I wish I could've had that happen, but alas... it has never once happened to me.
* When Lucia and Bastian have resigned to leaving Geoffrey behind as a decoy, Elincia refuses to stand for it. Lucia orders Ike to lead Elincia to safety, and he adamantly refuses. His reasoning? He still has a contract with Elincia personally as a mercenary, and is thus insistent upon doing the mission to save Geoffrey that even Geoffrey himself and his own sister believe is not worth it. The fact that Elincia and Geoffrey get married in the sequel makes it ''well'' worth his trouble.
* Astrid might have taken some levels in HorribleJudgeOfCharacter in ''Radiant Dawn'' and very much LAGS behind performance-wise. However, you cannot deny that if you sent her to fight against or even better, ''kill'' Lekain, you get a short, sweet dialogue where the usually sweet, naive and timid Astrid told Lekain coldly that fleeing from him is something she ''really'' never regretted, and... well even moreso killing him.
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8th Feb '16 6:29:25 PM ChrisX
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* When Lucia and Bastian have resigned to leaving Geoffrey behind as a decoy, Elincia refuses to stand for it. Lucia orders Ike to lead Elincia to safety, and he adamantly refuses. His reasoning? He still has a contract with Elincia personally as a mercenary, and is thus insistent upon doing the mission to save Geoffrey that even Geoffrey himself and his own sister believe is not worth it. The fact that Elincia and Geoffrey get married in the sequel makes it ''well'' worth his trouble.

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* When Lucia and Bastian have resigned to leaving Geoffrey behind as a decoy, Elincia refuses to stand for it. Lucia orders Ike to lead Elincia to safety, and he adamantly refuses. His reasoning? He still has a contract with Elincia personally as a mercenary, and is thus insistent upon doing the mission to save Geoffrey that even Geoffrey himself and his own sister believe is not worth it. The fact that Elincia and Geoffrey get married in the sequel makes it ''well'' worth his trouble.trouble.
* Astrid might have taken some levels in HorribleJudgeOfCharacter in ''Radiant Dawn'' and very much LAGS behind performance-wise. However, you cannot deny that if you sent her to fight against or even better, ''kill'' Lekain, you get a short, sweet dialogue where the usually sweet, naive and timid Astrid told Lekain coldly that fleeing from him is something she ''really'' never regretted, and... well even moreso killing him.
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** And by the Goddess Ashera, if you actually manage to fulfill that and have Tauroneo land the killing blow, then props to you. I wish I could've had that happen, but alas... it has never once happened to me.

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** And by the Goddess Ashera, if you actually manage to fulfill that and have Tauroneo land the killing blow, then props to you. I wish I could've had that happen, but alas... it has never once happened to me.me.
* When Lucia and Bastian have resigned to leaving Geoffrey behind as a decoy, Elincia refuses to stand for it. Lucia orders Ike to lead Elincia to safety, and he adamantly refuses. His reasoning? He still has a contract with Elincia personally as a mercenary, and is thus insistent upon doing the mission to save Geoffrey that even Geoffrey himself and his own sister believe is not worth it. The fact that Elincia and Geoffrey get married in the sequel makes it ''well'' worth his trouble.
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