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User Info: Miken Ayers

Miken Ayers
1 month ago#11
Dragolord09 posted...
Wrong kind of canon the OP was looking for. And you still haven't shown proof that your parings are correct.


I found a reddit post that breaks it all down, as to what games are in shared universes with eachother.

User Info: chicksan

chicksan
1 month ago#12
Binkster posted...
FE 13 is sort of considered a continuation of 3 but not directly by story, jsut that it’s the same world. Same can be said about 2, 4, and 5.

It's a direct sequel because Chrom and his family are direct descendants of the Arachenea protagonist, Marth
Sorry for my bad english

User Info: GallantChaddymn

GallantChaddymn
4 weeks ago#13
GiddtheDevil posted...
Lizuka posted...
Technically due to them having spent the past couple games establishing a multiverse, an infinite amount.

Main ones though...

- Shadow Dragon, Gaiden / Echoes, Mystery of the Emblem, Awakening
- Genealogy of the Holy War, Thracia 776
- Binding Blade, Fire Emblem
- Sacred Stones
- Path of Radiance, Radiant Dawn
- Fates (though it has some overlap with Awakening despite being a separate world)
- Three Houses

There doesn't tend to be much overlap though. Most direct sequels they've done are Mystery of the Emblem and Radiant Dawn, with Thracia as a midquel.

From what I gathered about Fates, it takes place in the way distant past of Archanea. Probably a few decades after all the great dragons that didn't become manaketes went insane but way before Medeus went axe crazy and started the nation of Dolhr and Anri had to end that man's career. Not sure how the Yato being the Fire Emblem works though....


if that's the case, that makes the continent having no name make a good amount of sense.
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User Info: Binkster

Binkster
4 weeks ago#14
chicksan posted...
Binkster posted...
FE 13 is sort of considered a continuation of 3 but not directly by story, jsut that it’s the same world. Same can be said about 2, 4, and 5.

It's a direct sequel because Chrom and his family are direct descendants of the Arachenea protagonist, Marth

Right but other than the fact that they are related, FE 1 doesn't contribute to the story of FE 13
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User Info: GallantChaddymn

GallantChaddymn
4 weeks ago#15
Binkster posted...
chicksan posted...
Binkster posted...
FE 13 is sort of considered a continuation of 3 but not directly by story, jsut that it’s the same world. Same can be said about 2, 4, and 5.

It's a direct sequel because Chrom and his family are direct descendants of the Arachenea protagonist, Marth

Right but other than the fact that they are related, FE 1 doesn't contribute to the story of FE 13


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