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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: Corrin's characterization in ''Warriors'' has been far better received compared to that in her debut game. Not only because she is given a more well-defined personality, something many criticized her for lacking, but said personality has endeared a substantial number of fans to her, with some even wishing she was portrayed as such from the beginning.

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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: Corrin's characterization in ''Warriors'' has been far better received compared to that in her their debut game. Not only because she is they are given a more well-defined personality, something many criticized her them for lacking, but said personality has endeared a substantial number of fans to her, them, with some even wishing she was they were portrayed as such from the beginning.

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** Likewise, Some of the ''Hyrule Warriors'' adventure mode missions require you to play as a specific character or even a specific character-weapon combination, effectively forcing you to play as underleveled characters, with underpowered weapons, or simply using [[TheScrappy a character you can't stand to play as]] (like [[AmericansHateTingle Tingle]]). ''Fire Emblem Warriors'' only restricts you to any of three or four characters at fewest[[note]]without DLC, there were three each of spear, axe, and bow users; with DLC, there are the fewest axe and bow users at four each[[/note]] and never prohibits you from using their best weapons, and story mode barely restricts your characters at all.

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** Depending on the scenario, Archers are often this because of their inherent Wingslayer attribute and sadistic captain assignment: Even if ''you'' have Iote's Shield on all of your flying characters, if the game gives you a flying Allied Commander or Allied Base Fort Captain, a single Archer can give you a game-over in seconds if you let it get to one of them; several of the scenarios take full advantage of this.

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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: Corrin's characterization in ''Warriors'' has been far better received compared to that in her debut game. Not only because she is given a more well-defined personality, something many criticized her for lacking, but said personality has endeared a substantial number of fans to her, with some even wishing she was portrayed as such from the beginning.


** Whenever Armor Strike is triggered, it is accompanied by a very satisfying shattering noise as the target's armor is damaged. However, this can quickly become [[MostAnnoyingSound the opposite]] if your character's armor is the one to break.

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** Whenever Armor Strike is triggered, it is accompanied by a very satisfying shattering noise as the target's armor is damaged. However, this can quickly become [[MostAnnoyingSound the opposite]] opposite if your character's armor is the one to break.


* MostAnnoyingSound:
** When two characters can no longer earn any Support points for a battle, due to either reaching a Rank Up or hitting the limit for that battle, the sound that accompanies the heart becomes more like a "Whiff!" of taking a swing and missing.
** It doesn't matter who is manning the camp at the time, you ''will'' get tired of hearing them talk while you're doing things. Putting crests on a recently unlocked character or selling hundreds of unneeded weapons tend to be the worst.[[note]]Updates that allow for selling weapons in bulk and turning off the Crest Menu voices make this much more tolerable.[[/note]]
--->'''Xander:''' Is this satisfacto- Another success. Is this satisfa- Another success. Is this Sa- Another success. Is this satisfa- Another success.
** "They're in trouble — we've got to help!" anytime your units or allies are damaged badly. Expect this to crop up in the later levels, doubly so if you're using Tharja's [[HPToOne Vengeance]] skill.
** Whenever you're piling up combos, clearing mission objectives, and just doing well in general, expect to hear "I like those profit margins!" ''a lot.'' You can change the voice, so it can somewhat be more tolerable.
** Corrin shouting "In the name of peace!" when performing combos can become grating after a while, and you’ll hear it often when using them given the weakness of their combos. Female Corrin’s end of battle quote is also grating, as the delivery turns it into a ''yelp''.


* CompleteMonster: Gharnef, Iago and Validar are back and as bad as they always were. Also, King Oskar and Velezark.

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* CompleteMonster: Gharnef, Iago and Validar are back and as bad as they always were. Also, King Oskar and Velezark.


** The Noble Lady of Caelin History Mode map features an orchestral arrangement of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade The Blazing Blade]]'''s "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZDbiXi55-E Winds Across the Plains]]". It's very easy for players who got into the series with that title to just sit back and listen.

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** The Noble Lady of Caelin History Mode map features an orchestral arrangement of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade The Blazing Blade]]'''s "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZDbiXi55-E com/watch?v=sbzOYwfnAes Winds Across the Plains]]". It's very easy for players who got into the series with that title to just sit back and listen.


* OlderThanTheyThink: Go to any Marth support conversation on YouTube and you'll see a bunch of people reacting to Marth speaking English. Not only has Marth been voiced in English by Creator/YuriLowenthal since VideoGame/CodeNameSTEAM, he was also speaking English courtesy of Creator/SpikeSpencer in the OVA.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: Go to any Marth support conversation on YouTube Website/YouTube and you'll see a bunch of people reacting to Marth speaking English. Not only has Marth been voiced in English by Creator/YuriLowenthal since VideoGame/CodeNameSTEAM, ''VideoGame/CodeNameSTEAM'', he was also speaking English courtesy of Creator/SpikeSpencer in the OVA.


* OlderThanTheyThink: Go to any Marth support conversation on YouTube and you'll see a bunch of peoplereacting to Marth speaking English. Not only has The Lowenthal been playing Marth since VideoGame/CodeNameSTEAM, he was also speaking English in the OVA.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: Go to any Marth support conversation on YouTube and you'll see a bunch of peoplereacting people reacting to Marth speaking English. Not only has The Lowenthal been playing Marth been voiced in English by Creator/YuriLowenthal since VideoGame/CodeNameSTEAM, he was also speaking English courtesy of Creator/SpikeSpencer in the OVA.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: Go to any Marth support conversation on YouTube and you'll see a bunch of peoplereacting to Marth speaking English. Not only has The Lowenthal been playing Marth since VideoGame/CodeNameSTEAM, he was also speaking English in the OVA.


* MemeticBadass: Xander's horse (sometimes referred to as [[FanNickname Sieghorse]]) has been getting this treatment from the fans due to it being able to pull off some hilariously impressive feats of agility and acrobatics. All while carrying around a knight decked out in full armor no less.

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* MemeticBadass: Xander's horse (sometimes referred to as [[FanNickname Sieghorse]]) has been getting this treatment from the fans due to it being able to pull off some hilariously impressive feats of agility and acrobatics. All while carrying around a knight decked out in full armor armor, no less.



** "They're in trouble — we've got to help!" anytime your units or allies are damaged badly. Expect this to crop up in the later levels.

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** "They're in trouble — we've got to help!" anytime your units or allies are damaged badly. Expect this to crop up in the later levels.levels, doubly so if you're using Tharja's [[HPToOne Vengeance]] skill.


* TaintedByThePreview: The reveal that the roster would predominantly consist of characters from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light]]'', ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Awakening]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Fates]]'' quickly soured expectations on the game for many fans. The reasoning provided by the developers (that being a desire to avoid an excessive amount of sword fighters, despite the giant number of characters in the series that don't use them) when the three OriginalCharacters wield swords only worsened the reception.

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* TaintedByThePreview: The reveal that the roster would predominantly consist of characters from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light]]'', ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Awakening]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Fates]]'' quickly soured expectations on the game for many fans. The reasoning provided by the developers (that being a desire to avoid an excessive amount of sword fighters, despite the giant number of characters in the series that don't use them) when the three OriginalCharacters {{Original Character}}s wield swords only worsened the reception.


* CounterpartComparison:
** On their reveal, Rowan and Lianna were immediately compared to [[VideoGame/FireEmblemHeroes Alfonse and Sharena]] due to being a pair of twin royals who must recruit heroes from previous ''Fire Emblem'' games to save their kingdom. Surprisingly, Rowan and Lianna were originally ''[[https://mynintendonews.com/2017/07/15/fire-emblem-warriors-changed-after-fire-emblem-heroes-was-released/ even more similar]]'' to Alfonse and Sharena in their initial designs, and they had to be redesigned in response.
** Other fans have noted the similarities to ''Sacred Stones'', especially with the protagonists being twins and Rowan spurring the throne in order to become the strongest just like Ephraim. On top of that, [[spoiler: the two are betrayed by their best friend too, just as Lyon betrays Eirika and Ephraim.]]

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