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** Sylvain's also implied to at least semi-regularly go out at night, drinking and "wildly carousing with women." In the Japanese version, an annoyed Felix calls him a "sex demon," changed to "insatiable" in the English localization.



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* Shinon and Ike have a base conversation after Griel's death where Shinon is blatantly drunk and goes an angry rant about why he hates Ike, who is very confused. Usually Fire Emblem games only vaguely reference alcohol, if at all, but there's no hiding it here - Shinon even [[AlcoholicHic hiccups]] while he talks.



-->'''Felix:''' I'm not interested in glory or prizes. All I want is a formidable opponent [like you] to sink my teeth into.

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-->'''Felix:''' I'm not interested in glory or prizes. All I want is a formidable opponent [like you] to sink my teeth into.into.
* The game is ''quite'' frank about Manuela's drinking. Fire Emblem has had characters get drunk before, but it's usually only mentioned in passing. One of her Lost Items is a hangover cure, she's either drunk or hungover in quite a few of her supports and it's implied she gets drunk and has one-night stands a lot.


** Pre-timeskip, one of Sylvain's PreMortemOneLiners is "Open wide!" Given the above...

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** Pre-timeskip, one of Sylvain's PreMortemOneLiners [[PreMortemOneLiner Pre-Mortem One-Liners]] is "Open wide!" Given the above...

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** Pre-timeskip, one of Sylvain's PreMortemOneLiners is "Open wide!" Given the above...


Since ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' has been around for more than 20 years, the script writers have managed to slip sexual innuendos in the dialogue more than once. The absolute winner is ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', which has more innuendo than ''all the other games combined'', but ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' gave it a run for its money and, while not ''as'' innuendo-happy, ''VideoGame/FireEmblemHeroes'', ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemWarriors'' have also managed to keep up.

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Since ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' has been around for more than 20 years, nearly three decades, the script writers have managed to slip sexual innuendos in the dialogue more than once. The absolute winner is ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', which has more innuendo than ''all the other games combined'', but ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' gave it a run for its money and, while not ''as'' innuendo-happy, ''VideoGame/FireEmblemHeroes'', ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemWarriors'' have also managed to keep up.



* In general, the game pushes the envelope even more than any of its predecessors, including a main conflict driven largely by frighteningly plausible social and economic factors, violent on-screen deaths (the opening cutscene includes someone being repeatedly stabbed, and blood is showing in a disturbing image), and realistic themes of racism in classism in character interactions. It was enough that some territories just up and gave it an M rating for "Mature themes and violence". Others gave it a tamer T for Teen rating, while still waving things through:

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* In general, the game pushes the envelope even more than any of its predecessors, including a main conflict driven largely by frighteningly plausible social and economic factors, violent on-screen deaths (the opening cutscene includes someone being repeatedly stabbed, and blood is showing in a disturbing image), that don't censor out any blood, and realistic themes of racism in racism, xenophobia, and classism in character interactions. It was enough that some territories just up and gave it an M rating for "Mature themes and violence". Others gave it a tamer T for Teen rating, while still waving things through:



* One of Sylvain's advice box questions has him considering ways to sneak a girl into his room at midnight without his neighbors/childhood friends noticing. One of the responses Byleth can submit back implies that Sylvain's booty calls have kept them from falling asleep as well, seeing as how their room is directly below his!



-->'''Claude:''' Oh, I disagree. I'd let you grasp me any day. My hand, my heart, even my neck. But if you want to know all of my secrets... you'll have to bare yours as well.

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-->'''Claude:''' Oh, I disagree. I'd let you grasp me any day. My hand, my heart, even my neck. But if you want to know all of my secrets... you'll have to bare yours as well.well.
* Felix's obsession with [[PhallicWeapon swords]] comes off as AccidentalInnuendo more often than not. The same ''cannot'' be said for this stray bit of dialogue, if fan [[https://mobile.twitter.com/Iadyazura/status/1182203612522409989 reactions]] are anything to go by:
-->'''Felix:''' I'm not interested in glory or prizes. All I want is a formidable opponent [like you] to sink my teeth into.


-->'''Valter:''' [[YouGotSpunk Yes, resist. Itís much more fun for me that way.]] Come, Eirika. I should like to tame you.

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-->'''Valter:''' [[YouGotSpunk Yes, resist. Itís It’s much more fun for me that way.]] Come, Eirika. I should like to tame you.



-->'''Hilda:''' *frowns* You're really oblivious, huh? I don't know what to do with you, Caspar.

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-->'''Hilda:''' *frowns* You're really oblivious, huh? I don't know what to do with you, Caspar.Caspar.
* In their C-support, Claude teases Hilda with this little gem:
--> '''Hilda:''' You're a hard guy to grasp, you know that Claude?
-->'''Claude:''' Oh, I disagree. I'd let you grasp me any day. My hand, my heart, even my neck. But if you want to know all of my secrets... you'll have to bare yours as well.


In general, the game pushes the envelope even more than any of its predecessors, including a main conflict driven largely by frighteningly plausible social and economic factors, violent on-screen deaths (the opening cutscene includes someone being repeatedly stabbed, and blood is showing in a disturbing image), and realistic themes of racism in classism in character interactions. It was enough that some territories just up and gave it an M rating for "Mature themes and violence". Others gave it a tamer T for Teen rating, while still waving things through:

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* In general, the game pushes the envelope even more than any of its predecessors, including a main conflict driven largely by frighteningly plausible social and economic factors, violent on-screen deaths (the opening cutscene includes someone being repeatedly stabbed, and blood is showing in a disturbing image), and realistic themes of racism in classism in character interactions. It was enough that some territories just up and gave it an M rating for "Mature themes and violence". Others gave it a tamer T for Teen rating, while still waving things through:

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In general, the game pushes the envelope even more than any of its predecessors, including a main conflict driven largely by frighteningly plausible social and economic factors, violent on-screen deaths (the opening cutscene includes someone being repeatedly stabbed, and blood is showing in a disturbing image), and realistic themes of racism in classism in character interactions. It was enough that some territories just up and gave it an M rating for "Mature themes and violence". Others gave it a tamer T for Teen rating, while still waving things through:


-->'''Leo''' (said with his "smile" portrait): "There's no other way you could phrase that, is there? Thank you for the... praise."

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-->'''Leo''' (said with his "smile" portrait): "There's no other way you could phrase that, is there? Thank you for the... praise.""

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* In Caspar and Hilda's A support, she makes a pretty clear proposition to him, though the guy's too ObliviousToLove (Oblivious to Attraction?) to notice:
-->'''Hilda:''' Well, since you're offering, why don't you come to my room? *blushes and winks* I thought of something you can do for me.
-->'''Caspar:''' Your room? Are you redecorating? Or moving out?
-->'''Hilda:''' *frowns* You're really oblivious, huh? I don't know what to do with you, Caspar.


* "Right. [[EvenTheGuysWantHim Lord Ike]], [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius hero of the Crimean Liberation, leader of the Greil Mercenaries]], and [[HoYay/FireEmblem father of Sothe's children]]". Bless Micaiah's [[DeadpanSnarker snarky lips]].

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* "Right. [[EvenTheGuysWantHim Lord Ike]], [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius hero of the Crimean Liberation, leader of the Greil Mercenaries]], and [[HoYay/FireEmblem father of Sothe's children]]". Bless Micaiah's [[DeadpanSnarker snarky lips]].




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* Tibarn makes a couple of comments in the game that make it sound suspicious:
** When he brings Leanne to the battlefield during Chapter 23, he comments that Reyson wanted to come but was too exhausted, so Tibarn says he had to ''tie him to his bed'' to keep him there. It turns out he was just kidding, but STILL.
*** Later he remarks that to stop Phoenics from joining the battle, he'd have to go around knocking all his men unconscious.


** [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Lachesis was originally planned to be Ares's mother,]] [[BrotherSisterIncest and Ares's father is her brother, Eldigan...]]


** "[[UnusualEuphemism Special Dance]]" is actually a RunningGag in Dancer supports throughout the series, showing up in the 6th and 12th games as well.

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** "[[UnusualEuphemism Special Dance]]" is actually a RunningGag in Dancer supports throughout the series, showing up in the 6th and 12th games as well. It even ends up becoming a Dancer skill in ''Awakening''.


** Wait, no mention of Sigurd and Sylvia's recruit talk?

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** Wait, no Not to mention of Sigurd and Sylvia's recruit talk?talk:



* Regarding the gameplay, the chance to [[ClothingDamage strip the characters down to their underwear]] [[TheNudifier with a certain weapon]] [[http://thotkumi.tumblr.com/post/168791635225/ is back]]. Even more, unlike ''Fates'' where everyone got the same kind of undies, here each chara gets ''personalized'' ones. i.e., Camilla's own get-up looks ''suspiciously'' similar to a dominatrix outfit.
* This talk between Niles and Leo is about battle tactcs, yes, but it's ''very'' suggestive '''and''' it involves [[TheTease Niles]] and [[EvenTheGuysWantHim Leo]]:
-->'''Niles''': "No one can bring as many men to they knees as you, Lord Leo"

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* Regarding the gameplay, the chance to [[ClothingDamage strip the characters down to their underwear]] [[TheNudifier with a certain weapon]] [[http://thotkumi.tumblr.com/post/168791635225/ is back]]. Even more, unlike ''Fates'' where everyone got the same kind of undies, here each chara character gets ''personalized'' ones. i.e., Camilla's own get-up looks ''suspiciously'' similar to a dominatrix outfit.
* This talk between Niles and Leo is about battle tactcs, tactics, yes, but it's ''very'' suggestive '''and''' it involves [[TheTease Niles]] and [[EvenTheGuysWantHim Leo]]:
-->'''Niles''': "No one can bring as many men to they their knees as you, Lord Leo"Leo."


* Out of all suggestive injured artwork in the game, a special mention should go to Summer Corrin. While the rest of the Summer units are fanservicey in nature as well, their injured portraits don't go beyond showing minimal amounts of damage to their swimsuits in a BoobsAndButtPose and accesories being the ones more affected by the battle. [[https://d1u5p3l4wpay3k.cloudfront.net/feheroes_gamepedia_en/4/46/Full_Injured_Corrin_Novice_Vacationer.png?version=beacdb1701e1755a58137b07a54472cf Summer Corrin instead, has the entirety of her bikini bottom being torn and about to fall, leaving little to imagination of what happens next.]]

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* Out of all suggestive injured artwork in the game, a special mention should go to Summer Corrin. While the rest of the Summer units are fanservicey in nature as well, their injured portraits don't go beyond showing minimal amounts of damage to their swimsuits in a BoobsAndButtPose and accesories being the ones more affected by the battle. [[https://d1u5p3l4wpay3k.cloudfront.net/feheroes_gamepedia_en/4/46/Full_Injured_Corrin_Novice_Vacationer.png?version=beacdb1701e1755a58137b07a54472cf [[https://feheroes.gamepedia.com/File:Corrin_Novice_Vacationer_BtlFace_D.png Summer Corrin instead, has the entirety of her bikini bottom being torn and about to fall, leaving little to imagination of what happens next.]]




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* Olivia's Sky High Dancer alt's [[https://feheroes.gamepedia.com/File:Olivia_Sky-High_Dancer_BtlFace_D.png damaged art]] has her breastplate falling off and revealing her cleavage, complete with a LuminescentBlush.


** If Sylvia and Claude speak in Chapter 4, he'll ask her if she's run afoul of bandits because [[{{Stripperiffic}} "you appear to be running around in your underwear"]].

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** If Sylvia and Claude Claud speak in Chapter 4, he'll ask her if she's run afoul of bandits because [[{{Stripperiffic}} "you appear to be running around in your underwear"]].



* Legault's skill lines are already suggestive, but the fact they're said in a really low and seductive tone can make it closer to sound like InterplayOfSexAndViolence.

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* Legault's skill lines are already suggestive, but the fact they're said in a really low and seductive tone can make it closer to heavily sound like InterplayOfSexAndViolence.



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