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** On the other hand, Reyson called himself and Leanne "descendants of Lehran" and said that they had inherited the ability to sing the Galdr of Rebirth from him.


If he has a support with Sanaki in ''Radiant Dawn'', he comments that his mother "wasn't loving". From Janaff's support in ''Path of Radiance'', he explains that he hates Ike because he takes everything for granted (there's also his drunk outburst on Ike). This could imply that he saw Greil as the father he either a.) never had or b.) one he had but lost. If his hatred for Laguz runs deep to the point where he says that weapons are made to protect Beorc from them, despite Laguz rarely interacting with Beorc, it probably indicates some confirmation bias on Shinon's part. There's no doubt that Ike loves his father, but in comparison to Shinon, who seems to have to work for everything, instead of Ike, who had everything handed to him by the person he admired with a passion, it would make sense why he would take his anger out on Ike. And then there's the fact that despite his hatred toward Ike, he never left after being forced back and Aimee simply says that Shinon [[CaptainObvious doesn't like Ike]] or people in general but is willing to help the Greil mercenaries out in terms of money regardless of all his insults and complaints.

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If he has a support with Sanaki in ''Radiant Dawn'', he comments that his mother "wasn't loving". From Janaff's support in ''Path of Radiance'', he explains that he hates Ike because he takes everything for granted (there's also his drunk outburst on Ike). This could imply that he saw Greil as the father he either a.) never had or b.) one he had but lost. If his hatred for Laguz runs deep to the point where he says that weapons are made to protect Beorc from them, despite Laguz rarely interacting with Beorc, it probably indicates some confirmation bias on Shinon's part. There's no doubt that Ike loves his father, but in comparison to Shinon, who seems to have to work for everything, instead of Ike, who had everything handed to him by the person he admired with a passion, it would make sense why he would take his anger out on Ike. And then there's the fact that despite his hatred toward Ike, he never left after being forced back and Aimee simply says that Shinon [[CaptainObvious doesn't like Ike]] Ike or people in general but is willing to help the Greil mercenaries out in terms of money regardless of all his insults and complaints.



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* The Tellius Recollection Book confirmed Petrine as a Tiger Branded.


[[WMG: Ike is descended from [[MahouSenseiNegima Negi]].]]

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[[WMG: Ike is descended from [[MahouSenseiNegima [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima Negi]].]]


This might explain why he's such a recluse now and why he seems to have such a [[ItsPersonal personal hatred]] for Izuka and wants to be the one to take him down. Maybe he pulled a HeelFaceTurn after witnessing the experiments or his lover was one of the bodies at Gritnea Tower. This may also tie in with why he was so willing to kill Greil, either from knowing what it's like to lose someone you care about or disgust at Greil killing his own wife.

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This might explain why he's such a recluse now and why he seems to have such a [[ItsPersonal personal hatred]] for Izuka and wants to be the one to take him down. Maybe he pulled a HeelFaceTurn after witnessing the experiments or his lover was one of the bodies at Gritnea Tower. This may also tie in with why he was so willing to kill Greil, either from knowing what it's like to lose someone you care about or disgust at Greil killing his own wife.wife.

[[WMG: Meta WMG: The movement penalty that mounted units suffer in indoor maps in ''Radiant Dawn'' was an attempt to bring back the Dismount mechanic from ''Mystery of the Emblem'' and ''Thracia 776'' in a way that would be more palatable to the fanbase.]]
For those unfamiliar with this, in those two Japan-only games, mounted units were forced to dismount indoors, with it automatically happening if the entire map was indoors and the units having to do it manually to enter indoor areas of maps that had both. Dismounted units were essentially shuffled into a new class, so this came with heavy stat drops and different weapon proficiencies--lance- and axe-wielders that lacked a sword in their mounted class would be completely incompatible with their new weaponry (bow and magic-wielders still kept their usual weapons). Naturally, this restriction was hated and seen as unnecessary FakeDifficulty. In ''Radiant Dawn'', mounted units are reduced to the movement range of a non-mounted unit of equal tier when taken indoors, but otherwise suffer no penalties--a far more palatable prospect. (Of course, this ignores the fact that aside from the range reduction, pegasus and wyvern units are still able to move about without impunity.)


It might explain why she stood up to him when everyone pulls the card of WhatDoesSheSeeInHim Basically, Astrid would have realized that nobody loves him, and she can't bring herself to just join the hate bandwagon, because she's apparently ''too nice''. So she decided to stand up for him when no one else would, otherwise she can't stand the sight of him dying ignobly and Marcia losing her brother. Note that her fawning happens, regardless if she gets an A Support with him or not in [=PoR=], and she definitely is still sane and remembering her past because of her dialogue with Lekain in the Tower of Guidance, so if she doesn't have A Support Makalov, then this is a plausible explanation why she 'fawns' over him. If A Support is reached, then it becomes genuine love instead of pity.

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It might explain why she stood up to him when everyone pulls the card of WhatDoesSheSeeInHim Basically, Astrid would have realized that nobody loves him, and she can't bring herself to just join the hate bandwagon, because she's apparently ''too nice''. So she decided to stand up for him when no one else would, otherwise she can't stand the sight of him dying ignobly and Marcia losing her brother. Note that her fawning happens, regardless if she gets an A Support with him or not in [=PoR=], and she definitely is still sane and remembering her past because of her dialogue with Lekain in the Tower of Guidance, so if she doesn't have A Support Makalov, then this is a plausible explanation why she 'fawns' over him. If A Support is reached, then it becomes genuine love instead of pity.pity.

[[WMG: Volke once had a relationship with a laguz.]]
This might explain why he's such a recluse now and why he seems to have such a [[ItsPersonal personal hatred]] for Izuka and wants to be the one to take him down. Maybe he pulled a HeelFaceTurn after witnessing the experiments or his lover was one of the bodies at Gritnea Tower. This may also tie in with why he was so willing to kill Greil, either from knowing what it's like to lose someone you care about or disgust at Greil killing his own wife.


It might explain why she stood up to him when everyone pulls the card of WhatDoesSheSeesInHim Basically, Astrid would have realized that nobody loves him, and she can't bring herself to just join the hate bandwagon, because she's apparently ''too nice''. So she decided to stand up for him when no one else would, otherwise she can't stand the sight of him dying ignobly and Marcia losing her brother. Note that her fawning happens, regardless if she gets an A Support with him or not in [=PoR=], and she definitely is still sane and remembering her past because of her dialogue with Lekain in the Tower of Guidance, so if she doesn't have A Support Makalov, then this is a plausible explanation why she 'fawns' over him. If A Support is reached, then it becomes genuine love instead of pity.

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It might explain why she stood up to him when everyone pulls the card of WhatDoesSheSeesInHim WhatDoesSheSeeInHim Basically, Astrid would have realized that nobody loves him, and she can't bring herself to just join the hate bandwagon, because she's apparently ''too nice''. So she decided to stand up for him when no one else would, otherwise she can't stand the sight of him dying ignobly and Marcia losing her brother. Note that her fawning happens, regardless if she gets an A Support with him or not in [=PoR=], and she definitely is still sane and remembering her past because of her dialogue with Lekain in the Tower of Guidance, so if she doesn't have A Support Makalov, then this is a plausible explanation why she 'fawns' over him. If A Support is reached, then it becomes genuine love instead of pity.


They have the same hair colour and similar eye colours (Sothe's are lighter in portraits, but in CGI cutscenes they're the same), as well as similar facial features. Sothe's first family-type person was Micaiah, and his earliest memories are of living in Nevassa as an orphan on the street, so he has no confirmed relatives. There's nothing to say that Ramon, Renning, or Elincia's mom (or some combination of them) didn't have a kid, with their spouse, who would be several years younger than Elincia, and the geography issue is kind of solved by the fact that Ashnard's son grew up in Gallia (aka the opposite side of the continent from Daein). Given the latter part, it'd be more likely that Sothe is Elincia's cousin or half-brother via an extramarital affair that one of the aforementioned previous-generation Crimean royals wanted to keep secret. Imagine if that somehow came out (ancestry-test spell?) after an RD ending where Micaiah and Sothe get married and become the queen and king of Daein...

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They have the same hair colour and similar eye colours (Sothe's are lighter in portraits, but in CGI cutscenes they're the same), as well as similar facial features. Sothe's first family-type person was Micaiah, and his earliest memories are of living in Nevassa as an orphan on the street, so he has no confirmed relatives. There's nothing to say that Ramon, Renning, or Elincia's mom (or some combination of them) didn't have a kid, with their spouse, who would be several years younger than Elincia, and the geography issue is kind of solved by the fact that Ashnard's son grew up in Gallia (aka the opposite side of the continent from Daein). Given the latter part, it'd be more likely that Sothe is Elincia's cousin or half-brother via an extramarital affair that one of the aforementioned previous-generation Crimean royals wanted to keep secret. Imagine if that somehow came out (ancestry-test spell?) after an RD ending where Micaiah and Sothe get married and become the queen and king of Daein...Daein...

[[WMG: Astrid was just fawning on Makalov out of pity]]
It might explain why she stood up to him when everyone pulls the card of WhatDoesSheSeesInHim Basically, Astrid would have realized that nobody loves him, and she can't bring herself to just join the hate bandwagon, because she's apparently ''too nice''. So she decided to stand up for him when no one else would, otherwise she can't stand the sight of him dying ignobly and Marcia losing her brother. Note that her fawning happens, regardless if she gets an A Support with him or not in [=PoR=], and she definitely is still sane and remembering her past because of her dialogue with Lekain in the Tower of Guidance, so if she doesn't have A Support Makalov, then this is a plausible explanation why she 'fawns' over him. If A Support is reached, then it becomes genuine love instead of pity.


[[WMG: {{VideoGame/Shin Megami Tensei}} x Fire Emblem will involve Yune and Ashera as major characters.]]
I'm entirely serious about this one. Goddess of Order, Goddess of Chaos, two halves of the same whole, [[spoiler: and mankind cannot exist properly without both of them in balance.]] Considering MegaTen is heavy on the Order vs. Chaos themes, if these characters don't somehow factor into the story, I'm going to wonder what the guys making the game were doing.

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[[WMG: {{VideoGame/Shin Megami Tensei}} Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei x Fire Emblem will involve Yune and Ashera as major characters.]]
I'm entirely serious about this one. Goddess of Order, Goddess of Chaos, two halves of the same whole, [[spoiler: and mankind cannot exist properly without both of them in balance.]] Considering MegaTen [=MegaTen=] is heavy on the Order vs. Chaos themes, if these characters don't somehow factor into the story, I'm going to wonder what the guys making the game were doing.


In much the same way Link left Hyrule to play SoulCalibur II. Ike has yet to find a suitable opponent, though.

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In much the same way Link left Hyrule to play SoulCalibur II.''VideoGame/SoulCalibur II''. Ike has yet to find a suitable opponent, though.



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* She might have originally [[TakeUpMySword been able to pick up Ragnell]] in case Ike died fighting the Black Knight first. [[FridgeBrilliance That would explain why she has a sword rank instead of the tome rank most troubadours pick up on promotion.]]


[[MemeticBadass Even]] [[MemeticSexgod The]] [[LoveableRogue Gods]] [[ScarfOfAsskicking Want]] [[EvenTheGuysWantHim Him.]]

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[[MemeticBadass Even]] [[MemeticSexgod The]] The [[LoveableRogue Gods]] [[ScarfOfAsskicking Want]] [[EvenTheGuysWantHim Him.]]


[[WMG:Ike leaves Tellius for SuperSmashBrothers Brawl to find a worthy opponent.]]

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[[WMG:Ike leaves Tellius for SuperSmashBrothers VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl to find a worthy opponent.]]



[[WMG: Soren sent Ike to SuperSmashBrothers Brawl.]]

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[[WMG: Soren sent Ike to SuperSmashBrothers VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl.]]


After Ike and co beat him up in Fire Emblem 9, he was severely injured but recovered... now that he had seen death (or what he thought was death) he wants to make sure his life is full of beauty and wants others to see it too. When Ashera petrified the world (or killed them... depending which translation you are playing) Oliver nearly had a mental breakdown again and was looking for a way out... and sure enough, here comes Ike! He is more addled, possibly having some minor brain damage or having a hit on the head.

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After Ike and co beat him up in Fire Emblem 9, he was severely injured but recovered... now that he had seen death (or what he thought was death) he wants to make sure his life is full of beauty and wants others to see it too. When Ashera petrified the world (or killed them... depending which translation you are playing) Oliver nearly had a mental breakdown again and was looking for a way out... and sure enough, here comes Ike! He is more addled, possibly having some minor brain damage or having a hit on the head.head.

[[WMG: Sothe and Elincia are somehow related.]]
They have the same hair colour and similar eye colours (Sothe's are lighter in portraits, but in CGI cutscenes they're the same), as well as similar facial features. Sothe's first family-type person was Micaiah, and his earliest memories are of living in Nevassa as an orphan on the street, so he has no confirmed relatives. There's nothing to say that Ramon, Renning, or Elincia's mom (or some combination of them) didn't have a kid, with their spouse, who would be several years younger than Elincia, and the geography issue is kind of solved by the fact that Ashnard's son grew up in Gallia (aka the opposite side of the continent from Daein). Given the latter part, it'd be more likely that Sothe is Elincia's cousin or half-brother via an extramarital affair that one of the aforementioned previous-generation Crimean royals wanted to keep secret. Imagine if that somehow came out (ancestry-test spell?) after an RD ending where Micaiah and Sothe get married and become the queen and king of Daein...


Some of the Heron fled the planet and stumbled across Celestia. They then found a new god and evolved to have the ability to harm people. (They fulfill the human protecting as a courtesy.)

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Some of the Heron fled the planet and stumbled across Celestia. They then found a new god and evolved to have the ability to harm people. (They fulfill the human protecting as a courtesy.))

[[WMG: Oliver had a near death experience and feared what happened.]]
After Ike and co beat him up in Fire Emblem 9, he was severely injured but recovered... now that he had seen death (or what he thought was death) he wants to make sure his life is full of beauty and wants others to see it too. When Ashera petrified the world (or killed them... depending which translation you are playing) Oliver nearly had a mental breakdown again and was looking for a way out... and sure enough, here comes Ike! He is more addled, possibly having some minor brain damage or having a hit on the head.

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