This game has the most chapters out of all the other Fire Emblems.

#1Gold_VanguardPosted 4/27/2013 10:29:56 AM
Regular chapters: 25
Side chapters: 23
That's a totally of 48 chapters in all!!
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#2BeanBeanKingdomPosted 4/27/2013 10:32:14 AM
Plus half a million dlc chapters.
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#3Tatakai-No-KamiPosted 4/27/2013 10:34:35 AM
FE7 counting lyn mode and HHM as well as every side chapter.
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#4shiningpikablu252Posted 4/27/2013 10:52:07 AM(edited)
...Looks like you're right. One might think FE3 has Awakening beat when factoring in both books, but a count shows FE3 has only 42 combined chapters--20 in Book 1, meaning five chapters were cut from this particular FE1 remake, and 22 in Book 2; shoot, even if FE3 Book 1 included all of FE1's chapters, Awakening would still win by four chapters! (Of course, you'd have to include the SpotPass chapters in the overall Awakening count; if the SpotPass chapters are omitted, and last I checked Europe hasn't yet gotten one of them, Awakening's margin of victory over FE3, both books together, is a mere three chapters, and had FE3 Book 1 included all FE1 chapters, it woud actually win over a SpotPass-less Awakening by two.) (EDIT: Recalculated as per below post, using http://fireemblemwiki.org/Template:Nav13 on Fire Emblem Wiki as a double-check.)

Tatakai-No-Kami posted...
FE7 counting lyn mode and HHM as well as every side chapter.


Only 45 unique chapters, counting the Prologue, 11 Hector (different from 11 Eliwood), and 30 Hector (different from 28 Eliwood), and nine sidequest chapters. That would beat Awakening when not factoring in the SpotPass chapters, though...

(Yeah, I looked up http://fireemblemwiki.org/Template:Nav1 , http://fireemblemwiki.org/Template:Nav3 , and http://fireemblemwiki.org/Template:Nav7 on Fire Emblem Wiki to make the necessary comparisons...)
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#5Model_OmegaPosted 4/27/2013 10:48:17 AM
Gold_Vanguard posted...
Regular chapters: 25
Side chapters: 23
That's a totally of 48 chapters in all!!


You forgot the Prelude, Prologue and Final Chapter, so it's actually 51 Chapters, not counting DLC.
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#6Gold_Vanguard(Topic Creator)Posted 4/27/2013 5:49:15 PM
BeanBeanKingdom posted...
Plus half a million dlc chapters.


And people say this game felt short.
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#7Sentinel07Posted 4/27/2013 5:59:06 PM
Gold_Vanguard posted...
BeanBeanKingdom posted...
Plus half a million dlc chapters.


And people say this game felt short.


Well, the "main story" was kind of short, as all of those paralogues had no input on the main story.

If those paralogues were required chapters or something, it would have felt much longer.
#8scigeek101Posted 4/27/2013 7:22:29 PM
Sentinel07 posted...
Gold_Vanguard posted...
BeanBeanKingdom posted...
Plus half a million dlc chapters.


And people say this game felt short.


Well, the "main story" was kind of short, as all of those paralogues had no input on the main story.

If those paralogues were required chapters or something, it would have felt much longer.


The main story only seemed short due to the lack of long story scenes between chapters. Really this game was rather light on story. Which kinda made it seem short when pared with the somewhat limited map objectives.
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#9Sentinel07Posted 4/27/2013 7:26:19 PM
scigeek101 posted...
Sentinel07 posted...
Gold_Vanguard posted...
BeanBeanKingdom posted...
Plus half a million dlc chapters.


And people say this game felt short.


Well, the "main story" was kind of short, as all of those paralogues had no input on the main story.

If those paralogues were required chapters or something, it would have felt much longer.


The main story only seemed short due to the lack of long story scenes between chapters. Really this game was rather light on story. Which kinda made it seem short when pared with the somewhat limited map objectives.


That's true, especially when you compare it to a game like Blazing Sword/FE7. That game had a lot of exposition in it. Really felt like a long story.