History YMMV / FireEmblemElibe

18th Jun '16 9:40:56 AM Ninplanet123
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** Ekhidna from ''The Binding Blade'' is a powerful, useful pre-promoted JackOfAllStats in a game with a '''lot''' of {{Tier Induced Scrapp|y}}ies, and a somewhat unique female member of the Hero class with a forceful, yet playful ActionGirl personality. Not coincidentally, the path that recruits her is very popular.

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** Ekhidna from ''The Binding Blade'' is a powerful, useful pre-promoted JackOfAllStats in a game with a '''lot''' of {{Tier Induced Scrapp|y}}ies, and a somewhat unique female member of the Hero class with a forceful, yet playful ActionGirl personality. Not coincidentally, the path that recruits her is very popular.popular, especially with those seeking a good challenge.
18th Jun '16 9:34:33 AM Ninplanet123
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** Karel is also pretty liked due to his transformation from a vicious BloodKnight to a wise and reliable WarriorPoet. He was also the only character next to Roy that was originally conceived for the cancelled Fire Emblem 64, now subtitled ''Ankoku no Miko'', that was then carried over to ''Binding Blade''.

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** Karel is also pretty liked due to his transformation from a vicious BloodKnight to a wise and reliable WarriorPoet. He was also the only character next to Roy that was originally conceived for the cancelled Fire Emblem 64, now subtitled ''Ankoku no Miko'', Miko'' ("Maiden of Darkness"), that was then carried over to ''Binding Blade''.
18th Jun '16 9:30:15 AM Ninplanet123
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** Narcian is pretty popular despite being an irredeemable {{Jerkass}} who [[ItsAllAboutMe thinks only of himself]] if only because [[EvilIsHammy he's so fun to watch]].

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** Narcian is pretty popular despite being an irredeemable {{Jerkass}} who [[ItsAllAboutMe thinks only of himself]] if only because [[EvilIsHammy he's so fun to watch]]. The higher-ups seem to be aware of his popularity, as [[https://twitter.com/FEcipher/status/744176057603887105 he's prominently featured on advertisement]] for series 5 of ''Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)'' along with main character Roy and Lilina, and his card was one of the first shown for ''The Binding Blade''.
17th Jun '16 10:21:54 PM Vos
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** Narcian is pretty popular despite being an irredeemable {{Jerkass}} who [[ItsAllAboutMe thinks only of himself]] if only because [[EvilIsHammy he's so fun to watch]].



** Lyndis. Not exactly the most relevant Lord after the tutorial stages, in fact her importance kinda waned after that with Eliwood and Hector taking center stage. Yet, she's still probably the most popular lady in Fire Emblem series, behind only [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Lucina]] and perhaps [[Characters/FireEmblem Tiki]]. Also see, GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff.

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** Karel is also pretty liked due to his transformation from a vicious BloodKnight to a wise and reliable WarriorPoet. He was also the only character next to Roy that was originally conceived for the cancelled Fire Emblem 64, now subtitled ''Ankoku no Miko'', that was then carried over to ''Binding Blade''.
** Lyndis. Not exactly the most relevant Lord after the tutorial stages, in fact her importance kinda waned after that with Eliwood and Hector taking center stage. Yet, she's still probably the most popular lady in Fire Emblem series, behind only [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Lucina]] and perhaps [[Characters/FireEmblem Tiki]]. Also see, GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff.



** Narcian is pretty popular despite being an irredeemable {{Jerkass}} who [[ItsAllAboutMe thinks only of himself]] if only because [[EvilIsHammy he's so fun to watch]].
17th Jun '16 10:04:17 PM Vos
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* MemeticMutation: It became a common joke amongst the fanbase to write support conversations that couldn't happen in the game. Some featured crack pairings while others featured Jaffar or Rath staring at each other going "...".

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* MemeticMutation: It became a common joke amongst among the fanbase to write support conversations that couldn't happen in the game. Some featured crack pairings while others featured Jaffar or Rath certain characters staring at each other going "..."." while others featured crack pairings.
17th Jun '16 9:12:37 PM Vos
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* MemeticMutation: It became a common joke amongst the fanbase to write support conversations that couldn't happen in the game. Some featured crack pairings while others featured Jaffar, Karel, or Rath staring at each other going "...".

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* MemeticMutation: It became a common joke amongst the fanbase to write support conversations that couldn't happen in the game. Some featured crack pairings while others featured Jaffar, Karel, Jaffar or Rath staring at each other going "...".
16th Jun '16 4:52:40 PM Nicoaln
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* MemeticMutation: It became a common joke amongst the fanbase to write support conversations that couldn't happen in the game. Some featured crack pairings while others featured Jaffar, Karel, or Rath staring at each other going "...".
** AscendedMeme: Pair Saizo and Beruka in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' and their C support is literally them just staring at each other in silence.
16th Jun '16 4:34:28 PM Nicoaln
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* CargoShip: Lowen and breakfast, thanks to a support where he nearly faints because Eliwood forgot to eat breakfast.
29th May '16 7:55:20 PM phineas81707
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** Chapter 7 in Hard Mode really stands out. Swarms of powerful enemy units, including cavaliers and mercenaries, storm your still developing army, a pair of weyvern riders with abnormally high stats for this point in the game will fly amok and pick off your weaker units (there's a third, but he'll only attack when you move into his range), and the three recruitable characters will quite often gleefully commit suicide (though Zelots can last a while, being a pre-promote and all). To top it all off, if you take too long and hang around the southern portion of the map, cavalier reinforcements will rush you, with one in every four always being a level 15 with a Silver Lance. Without proper training and supports, especially for Allen and Lance, this map can force a player to restart their entire file.

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** Chapter 7 in Hard Mode really stands out. Swarms of powerful enemy units, including cavaliers and mercenaries, storm your still developing army, a pair of weyvern wyvern riders with abnormally high stats for this point in the game will fly amok and pick off your weaker units (there's a third, but he'll only attack when you move into his range), and the three recruitable characters will quite often gleefully commit suicide (though Zelots can last a while, being a pre-promote and all). To top it all off, if you take too long and hang around the southern portion of the map, cavalier reinforcements will rush you, with one in every four always being a level 15 with a Silver Lance. Without proper training and supports, especially for Allen and Lance, this map can force a player to restart their entire file.
29th May '16 7:08:17 PM GastonRabbit
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* FranchiseOriginalSin: As the series that overhauled ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Genealogy's]]'' "Love and War" system into the modern [[RelationshipValues Support]] [[LevelUpAtIntimacy5 mechanic]], fans often consider the Elibe titles the gold standard when it comes to Support writing quality, character development, and proper romantic escalation when appropriate. But, while the five-Support cap left most players unable to see most of them in one play-through and did much to disguise the problem, Elibe saw just as much broad comic fluff, poor character development, and weakly-developed romance in its conversations. Later titles merely had quality control issues from the [[CombinatorialExplosion sheer number of Supports]] and the "marriage and children" mechanic muddying up the issue. ''Awakening'' in particular got hit pretty hard ''just for removing the five-support limit'', which many fans [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor wanted to see gone]] [[GoneHorriblyRight before realizing what would happen as a consequence]].

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* FranchiseOriginalSin: As the series that overhauled ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Genealogy's]]'' "Love and War" system into the modern [[RelationshipValues Support]] [[LevelUpAtIntimacy5 mechanic]], fans often consider the Elibe titles the gold standard when it comes to Support writing quality, character development, and proper romantic escalation when appropriate. But, while the five-Support cap left most players unable to see most of them in one play-through and did much to disguise the problem, Elibe saw just as much broad comic fluff, poor character development, and weakly-developed weakly developed romance in its conversations. Later titles merely had quality control issues from the [[CombinatorialExplosion sheer number of Supports]] and the "marriage and children" mechanic muddying up the issue. ''Awakening'' in particular got hit pretty hard ''just for removing the five-support limit'', which many fans [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor wanted to see gone]] [[GoneHorriblyRight before realizing what would happen as a consequence]].



** Recruiting Vaida in ''Blazing Sword''. If you spare her in chapter 24, you can recruit her in chapter 27. However, she is still an enemy and comes with a entourage of Wyvern Knights who don't back down when you recruit her (even to her, for some reason). The entire mission is a VERY long gauntlet of fighting a lot of enemies and Vaida comes in relatively late in the chapter with ''very'' tough allies. If you have been trying to power level Nino or even have an unpromoted Eliwood or Lyn a little too close to their position and you have no one around to rescue them, it takes two hits from a knight to kill either of them.

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** Recruiting Vaida in ''Blazing Sword''. If you spare her in chapter 24, you can recruit her in chapter 27. However, she is still an enemy and comes with a entourage of Wyvern Knights who don't back down when you recruit her (even to her, for some reason). The entire mission is a VERY '''very''' long gauntlet of fighting a lot of enemies and Vaida comes in relatively late in the chapter with ''very'' tough allies. If you have been trying to power level Nino or even have an unpromoted Eliwood or Lyn a little too close to their position and you have no one around to rescue them, it takes two hits from a knight to kill either of them.



** gringe wrote the fan translation of ''The Binding Blade'' with the intent of making it feel like an official localization.

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** gringe wrote the fan translation of ''The Binding Blade'' with the intent of making it feel like an official localization.localization, including the use of official names whenever they exist.
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