Never played a Fire Emblem game before so would I be lost in the story?

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User Info: XGeass

XGeass
4 years ago#1
I really want to get this this game but I would hate wondering WTF was going on the whole time.
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User Info: Arrei

Arrei
4 years ago#2
Nope, most of the games are standalone stories. You'd be fine with just knowing there once was a hero named Marth, and he did heroey stuff.

User Info: OmegChosen

OmegChosen
4 years ago#3
Practically every game in Fire Emblem is a self contained story so you can pick up most of the games without having played any of the others. So there's no real danger of getting lost.

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XGeass
4 years ago#4
Arrei posted...
Nope, most of the games are standalone stories. You'd be fine with just knowing there once was a hero named Marth, and he did heroey stuff.


Ok this was what I figured but wasn't sure.

Also are all the stories within the same universe or are they completely separate from each other?
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User Info: Arikido

Arikido
4 years ago#5
Most are separate, but some are sequels...the others supposedly take place in alternate dimensions according to Old Man Hubba.

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Hirokey123
4 years ago#6
sometimes they are set in the same universe other times they aren't. In this case FE:A is one one of those times set in the same universe were Marth lived 2000 years ago. But you don't actually need to know anything about how the world was in the past.
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OmegChosen
4 years ago#7
XGeass posted...
Arrei posted...
Nope, most of the games are standalone stories. You'd be fine with just knowing there once was a hero named Marth, and he did heroey stuff.


Ok this was what I figured but wasn't sure.

Also are all the stories within the same universe or are they completely separate from each other?


There's like five different universes of Fire Emblem. 1, 2, 3, and 13 (this one) are part of the same universe but you don't need to know much aside from the "Marth is an old timey hero" thing.

User Info: Huff n puff 20

Huff n puff 20
4 years ago#8
OmegChosen posted...
XGeass posted...
Arrei posted...
Nope, most of the games are standalone stories. You'd be fine with just knowing there once was a hero named Marth, and he did heroey stuff.


Ok this was what I figured but wasn't sure.

Also are all the stories within the same universe or are they completely separate from each other?


There's like five different universes of Fire Emblem. 1, 2, 3, and 13 (this one) are part of the same universe but you don't need to know much aside from the "Marth is an old timey hero" thing.


1(11),2,3(12),4,5, and 13/A.
4 and 5 are part of the history, and if you support MU and Sumia, 4 is named... as a history book.

9 and 10 are also connected, as Parion, Ike's descendant, exists. However, Ike is implied to be from another dimension.
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User Info: OmegChosen

OmegChosen
4 years ago#9
Huff n puff 20 posted...
OmegChosen posted...
XGeass posted...
Arrei posted...
Nope, most of the games are standalone stories. You'd be fine with just knowing there once was a hero named Marth, and he did heroey stuff.


Ok this was what I figured but wasn't sure.

Also are all the stories within the same universe or are they completely separate from each other?


There's like five different universes of Fire Emblem. 1, 2, 3, and 13 (this one) are part of the same universe but you don't need to know much aside from the "Marth is an old timey hero" thing.


1(11),2,3(12),4,5, and 13/A.
4 and 5 are part of the history, and if you support MU and Sumia, 4 is named... as a history book.

9 and 10 are also connected, as Parion, Ike's descendant, exists. However, Ike is implied to be from another dimension.


Right, right. Nearly forgot. So it's more like 4 universes.

User Info: Huff n puff 20

Huff n puff 20
4 years ago#10
OmegChosen posted...
Huff n puff 20 posted...
OmegChosen posted...
XGeass posted...
Arrei posted...
Nope, most of the games are standalone stories. You'd be fine with just knowing there once was a hero named Marth, and he did heroey stuff.


Ok this was what I figured but wasn't sure.

Also are all the stories within the same universe or are they completely separate from each other?


There's like five different universes of Fire Emblem. 1, 2, 3, and 13 (this one) are part of the same universe but you don't need to know much aside from the "Marth is an old timey hero" thing.


1(11),2,3(12),4,5, and 13/A.
4 and 5 are part of the history, and if you support MU and Sumia, 4 is named... as a history book.

9 and 10 are also connected, as Parion, Ike's descendant, exists. However, Ike is implied to be from another dimension.


Right, right. Nearly forgot. So it's more like 4 universes.


Also, Magvel can be seen on Awakening's world map, supposedly. (One couldn't be certain it is Magvel. That could be Jugdral or some other unmentioned continent)
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