While currently out of print, both the English dub and a subbed version of the Japanese original are available on ''Website/YouTube'', if you know where to look.
While currently out of print, both the English dub and a subbed version of the Japanese original are available on
* HeroicSacrifice: Ellice is shown using a Warp Staff to allow Marth and Jagen to escape from a group of enemies that had them trapped in a small room. As the anime ends long before her rescue, it's left ambiguous whether she was killed afterwards.
When it came to Fire Emblem's early steps, its peak of popularity in Japan was with the third game in the series, ''VideoGame/FireEmblemMysteryOfTheEmblem''. It told not one, but two adventures starring a young man named Marth, who saved his kingdom from evil. Thanks to the jump to a 16-bit console, Mystery of the Emblem was able to capture an audience wider than what the previous games had garnered, being more accessible and just more fun to play.
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** Navarre is also shown suffering from a nightmare involving a woman being taken away, which is implied to have something to do with his reluctance to fight women.
** Navarre is
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