History Fridge / FireEmblemAwakening

30th Apr '18 6:47:57 PM Malady
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** Considering how Validar's grandfather and father were also failed attempts to breed Grima vessels, how holy blood works, and how Loptyr's vessel was bred in [[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral FE4]], there's a high chance that both of the Avatar's parents were both Grima Blood carriers and thus related.

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** Considering how Validar's grandfather and father were also failed attempts to breed Grima vessels, how holy blood works, and how Loptyr's vessel was bred in [[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral FE4]], ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral'', there's a high chance that both of the Avatar's parents were both Grima Blood carriers and thus related.



*** In addition, the trickster's weapon range is identical to the female version of his starting class in FE4, and it's one of the best classes for using magic swords, such as Leaf's famous Light Sword.

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*** In addition, the trickster's weapon range is identical to the female version of his starting class in FE4, Jugdral, and it's one of the best classes for using magic swords, such as Leaf's famous Light Sword.



** Additionally, Tricksters use swords and staves. Princesses in FE4 use swords and staves, the same weapon set. Princes don't, but that's pretty close.

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** Additionally, Tricksters use swords and staves. Princesses in FE4 Jugdral use swords and staves, the same weapon set. Princes don't, but that's pretty close.
29th Apr '18 9:42:59 AM kazokuhouou
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** I wouldn't worry, honestly. Many of the future children go on to live their own lives, and I would think they would emphasize to their younger selves that the younger self is their own person, with their own choices, and does not have to follow the same path their future self did. And some of them would probably deliberately go out of the way to be different from their future self (Severa, I am looking at you).
30th Jan '18 6:11:53 PM RangerAxel13
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** That's assuming that the kids will be born in the first place. Remember, the kids we know are from an alternate timeline so their existences are secured. In several of the child recruitment paralogues, it's outright said that the mothers have not had the children yet (and given their surprise on the childrens' existences, they aren't even pregnant). Now that they are with their parents, those parents may have incentive to not have their own children specifically to prevent the above from happening. Some of the kids may have inadvertently ''prevented their present timeline selves from ever existing''.

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** That's assuming that the kids will be born in the first place. Remember, the kids we know are from an alternate timeline so their existences are secured. In several of the child recruitment paralogues, it's outright said that the mothers have not had the children yet (and given their surprise on the childrens' children's existences, they aren't even pregnant). Now that they are with their parents, those parents may have incentive to not have their own children specifically to prevent the above from happening. Some of the kids may have inadvertently ''prevented their present timeline selves from ever existing''.


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** Following the alternate timeline aspect, it's entirely possible that present versions the children from the Bad Future may not even come to exist in the new future. It's entirely possible that some, if not most, of the parent generation couples, if they choose to have children at all, may end up with a completely different child than the one that came back in time. Present!Lucina could simply be an exception.
14th Jan '18 4:25:17 PM MrUnderhill
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** Chrom's not the only ''Fire Emblem'' hero [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair with blue hair]], so that color might just be popular in-universe. That would justify any of the other [[spoiler: future kids]] using the hair dye if they won the popularity contest, instead.
1st Dec '17 12:42:42 PM PrincessGwen
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* When Chrom confronts Gangrel about the Plegian bandits that have been going around terrorizing Ylissian citizens, Gangrel simply points out that all that means is that Ylisse has a bandit problem, not that Plegia is invading them. In fact, [[JerkassHasAPoint Gangrel makes a pretty strong point]] about why he (and well, Plegia) shouldn't really be held responsible...they're ''bandits''. Gangrel can't be held responsible for Plegian bandits leaving and attacking Ylisse - for all Ylisse knows, they're criminals ''within'' Plegia.

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* When Chrom confronts Gangrel about the Plegian bandits that have been going around terrorizing Ylissian Ylissean citizens, Gangrel simply points out that all that means is that Ylisse has a bandit problem, not that Plegia is invading them. In fact, [[JerkassHasAPoint Gangrel makes a pretty strong point]] about why he (and well, Plegia) shouldn't really be held responsible...they're ''bandits''. Gangrel can't be held responsible for Plegian bandits leaving and attacking Ylisse - for all Ylisse knows, they're criminals ''within'' Plegia.



** This also leads up with Chrom's inability to be a Mercenary. Mercenaries have to take good care with their weapons due to being hired arms. Since Chrom is of royality, he has no experience with mercenary work, and as such is unable to gain Armshift.

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** This also leads up with Chrom's inability to be a Mercenary. Mercenaries have to take good care with their weapons due to being hired arms. Since Chrom is of royality, royalty, he has no experience with mercenary work, and as such is unable to gain Armshift.



* There are some complains about [[spoiler: Say'ri and a recruited Yen'fay]] not being able to support. However, it makes sense: [[spoiler: the Yen'fay you recruit is '''not''' the one you fought, but the one from the Bad Future. [[FailureKnight A Yen'fay who couldn't save his younger sister or his kingdom]], thus likely believes [[ItsnotyouItsMe he's not worthy of Say'ri sisterly affection]]. He's surely aware that he'll have to say "ButNowIMustGo" at some point (and he does, unless her married girl!Avatar), so he doesn't want to emotionally attach himself to the sister of the person whose place he's sorta taking.]]

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* There are some complains complaints about [[spoiler: Say'ri and a recruited Yen'fay]] not being able to support. However, it makes sense: [[spoiler: the Yen'fay you recruit is '''not''' the one you fought, but the one from the Bad Future. [[FailureKnight A Yen'fay who couldn't save his younger sister or his kingdom]], thus likely believes [[ItsnotyouItsMe he's not worthy of Say'ri Say'ri's sisterly affection]]. He's surely aware that he'll have to say "ButNowIMustGo" at some point (and he does, unless her he married girl!Avatar), so he doesn't want to emotionally attach himself to the sister of the person whose place he's sorta taking.]]



** Also on the Box art are characters like Tharja. She's an enemy in-game, but the box art shows her fighting alongside the other characters. [[ChekhovsGunman This should tip you off that she's not a one shot character and not to kill her when you come across her]].

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** Also on the Box box art are characters like Tharja. She's an enemy in-game, but the box art shows her fighting alongside the other characters. [[ChekhovsGunman This should tip you off that she's not a one shot character and not to kill her when you come across her]].



* In the Hot-Spring Scramble DLC, Yarne's dialogue with Inigo reveals that he's terrified of getting wet since he fears that it will lead to him catching a chill and dying. At first this seems like its just Yarne being his [[LovableCoward normal self]], however this is very much TruthInTelevision as bathing or submerging a rabbit in water could cause it to catch a chill or go into shock and die very easily.

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* In the Hot-Spring Scramble DLC, Yarne's dialogue with Inigo reveals that he's terrified of getting wet since he fears that it will lead to him catching a chill and dying. At first this seems like its it's just Yarne being his [[LovableCoward normal self]], however this is very much TruthInTelevision as bathing or submerging a rabbit in water could cause it to catch a chill or go into shock and die very easily.
14th Nov '17 2:13:56 AM OrangenChan
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*** Even then, Severa still has the exact same class set overall as Cordelia does, unlike some of the other kids that have one or two completely different options. This could show that she either did or at least ''wants'' to open up to Cordelia and give her a chance, but she still wants to be ''slightly'' different in some way.



** Morgan will only inherit the Tactician class if their other parent is a Dancer (Olivia), a Lord (Chrom or Lucina), [[spoiler:or a Conqueror (Walhart)]]. For the Dancer, Morgan likely just doesn't have the level of skill required to dance like Olivia and help people act twice a turn. For the Lord, Morgan doesn't get the class because they aren't the next in the order of succession, so of course, they don't get that class. [[spoiler:As for Conqueror, this class is exclusive to Walhart because he has been conquering since before the game even began. He earned that title through intense hardship.]]

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** Morgan will only inherit the Tactician class if their other parent is a Dancer (Olivia), a Lord (Chrom or Lucina), [[spoiler:or a Conqueror (Walhart)]]. For the Dancer, Morgan likely just doesn't have the level of skill required to dance like Olivia and help people act twice a turn. For the Lord, Morgan doesn't get the class because they aren't the next in the order of succession, so of course, they don't get that class. [[spoiler:As for Conqueror, this class is exclusive to Walhart because he has been conquering since before the game even began. He earned that title through intense hardship.]]]]
*** Though this could turn into FridgeLogic if you wonder why Morgan isn't ''always'' a Tactician by default when they clearly idolize Robin. However, you could still excuse it by reasoning that Morgan has less training than Robin does, thus they can still access the class without starting in it.
** Kjelle starts out as a Knight instead of a Cavalier like Sully does, although she still has access to the class. Her and Sully's supports have them discussing how Kjelle used to be a poor rider because Sully didn't want her to feel forced into it. Therefore, Kjelle starts out on foot, and promoting her to Great Knight or reclassing her to Cavalier/Paladin would imply that she's making an effort to learn again.
13th Nov '17 9:57:03 PM OrangenChan
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*** Also, regardless of who her other parent is, Cynthia specifically developed her hero complex as a result of her mother's death. Like Owain, some of her hammier tendencies actually stem from guilt over not being able to save her parents.
10th Oct '17 3:32:22 PM connornimbus
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* Consider some of the trauma that some of the future shildren went through. Then think that Morgan has amnesia, and it becoems possible
their memory is BECAUSE of them facing these traumas. Nah faced abuse from her foster family, Noire is used as a guinea pig by her mother, etc.

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* Consider some of the trauma that some of the future shildren went through. Then think that Morgan has amnesia, and it becoems possible
becomes possible their memory is BECAUSE of them facing these traumas.traumas like their sibling. Nah faced abuse from her foster family, Noire is used as a guinea pig by her mother, etc.
10th Oct '17 3:27:26 PM connornimbus
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* Consider some of the trauma that some of the future shildren went through. Then think that Morgan has amnesia, and it becoems possible
their memory is BECAUSE of them facing these traumas. Nah faced abuse from her foster family, Noire is used as a guinea pig by her mother, etc.
26th Sep '17 3:53:12 PM joonas4561
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* Morgan is among the youngest of the children units- they have almost definitely not been conceived until after the game ends based on their relative age to Lucina. This means that Lucina was ready to not only kill Robin, but also prevent Morgan from ever being born. Even worse when Robin is Chrom's wife, which means Lucina was prepared to prevent her own brother from being born (in addition to the already horrifying implications of being prepared to kill her mom).

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* Morgan is among the youngest of the children units- they have almost definitely not been conceived until after the game ends based on their relative age to Lucina. This means that Lucina was ready to not only kill Robin, but also prevent Morgan from ever being born. Even worse when if Robin is Chrom's wife, wife or Lucina's husband, which means Lucina was prepared to prevent her own brother brother/daughter from being born (in addition to the already horrifying implications of being prepared to kill her mom).
mom/husband).
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