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    Plot Guide
    Fire Emblem Gaiden (Fire Emblem 2) 
    by The Lost Gamer (ilovecartoonssomuch@yahoo.com)
    Copyright 2003
    For the latest version of this guide, check
    Table of Contents:
    001.  Introduction
    002.  Plot Detail
      002a.  Part One	
      002b.  Part Two
      002c.  Part Three
      002d.  Part Four
      002e.  Part Five
    003.  Credits
    001-General Information
    This guide covers all of the dialogue, and a synopsis of
    the events that occur in Fire Emblem Gaiden.  I even add in
    some plot analysis!  Woo hoo!
    This is guide is supposed to make understanding the game
    easier, because understanding the game is pretty damn
    hard with the poor translation that is available.
    You can contact me at my incredibly long e-mail address,
    ilovecartoonssomuch@yahoo.com, but make the subject blank
    if you do so I know that it's not junk mail.  If you want
    to use this guide for something, please ask first.
    002-Plot Detail
    When it comes to names, similar-sounding refer to the same
    thing.  For example, Misen is the same as Mycen.
    002a-Part One 
    Plot Detail 1:
    A character in blue is pacing back and forth.  A nearby
    character named Misen says, "Alm, rest.  Your sword
    practice is over, go and play.  Don't leave the village,
    bandits have been around."
    Alm is the character in blue; he is troubled about
    something, and is learning to swordfight.
    Misen is an authority figure for Alm (he orders Alm
    around);  Misen wants Alm to stop worrying, but still
    wants Alm to be cautious due to the bandits.  Misen
    is quite old, according to his picture.
    Plot Detail 2:
    Alm walks right, and finds three villagers surrounding a
    man.  Each of the villagers says, "Alm!  Good timing!
    Listen to this guy!"
    The man, Ruka, says, "General Tozeh went Coup de Etat with
    his plan.  He has taken Sofia's castle and killed their
    king.  He is ruthless and many people have been tortured.
    A liberation is forming to rebel, and we need help.  So we
    came here to ask General Misen."
    Coup D'Etat (the proper way of writing it, or so I'm told)
    is a French word that is similar to Coup de grace, which is
    a finishing blow, Coup de main, which is a sudden,
    unexpected movement/attack, and coup de soleil, which is a
    But enough about French words.  A Coup D'Etat is when
    someone (or someones) in a governmental position of power
    overthrow the government and become in charge of things.
    Coup D'Etats are usually made up of a small group of
    people, rather than a large group of people.  The usage
    of Coup D'Etat signifies that the people of the land are
    not happy with Tozeh's overthrow.
    So the former General Tozeh has taken over the land of Sofia
    and killed the king.  He is quite unpopular, and a
    liberation is forming to stop him.
    Also, Misen appears to be a general.  He probably knows
    Tozeh, and perhaps is training Alm to swordfight because
    he thought Tozeh would do something like this.
    Plot Detail 3:
    If Alm talks to the other villagers, they say, "Your
    grandfather was a General?", "People need help, let's try
    and save them.", and "We'll wait here so you go ask him".
    Misen is Alm's grandfather; Ruka's words have stirred the
    villagers into action; Misen has not been an active General
    for some time.
    Plot Detail 4:
    Alm tells Misen about the rebellion.  Misen says, "What?
    You're going to rebel?  I cannot allow it!  You will regret
    Alm then goes back to Ruka.  Ruka says, "That so?  Too bad.
    Lord Misen has become timid in his age.  He was once a hero
    to Sofia's people."
    Alm says, "I'll join in place of my grandfather."  Ruka
    says, "Hm?  You will?  The liberation army would be
    delighted.  Now, let's go to the liberation army camp
    Alm talks to the other villagers.  Cliff says, "What should
    I do?  What the heck, I'll go!  But save me if I get in
    trouble, I don't fight as well."  Bird says, "Alm, you're
    our leader, you can't leave us.  Let's all save Sofia."
    Grey says, "Alm, I'm coming!  Who knows when this village
    will be invaded?  Let's get Tozeh!" 
    Misen does not want anything to do with the rebellion, and
    it appears that he has grown senile.  He must have been an
    important person to be called General, hero, and Lord.
    Everyone in town (besides Misen) seems to follow Alm, so
    they all decide to help save Sofia as a group.  Misen is
    the only one who doesn't leave town.
    Plot Detail 5:
    The party of Alm, Ruka, Cliff, Bird, and Grey leave the
    town and get in a fight with five thieves.  Once they win,
    the town they came from is completely empty.
    The bandits Misen mentioned must be the ones that they
    fought.  If bandits are allowed to roam free, perhaps the
    liberation is not going as smoothly as planned.
    Misen also has left town.  He did not want to help the
    liberation, so it is unlikely he went off the help them.
    He could have run off to find a good place to hide, or
    perhaps he was captured by bandits.  Whatever happened,
    Misen has left town without letting anyone know of his
    whereabouts, which makes it sound like he left against his
    own will.
    Plot Detail 6:
    The party continues on and gets in another fight.  They
    enter a theives' shrine and fight some thieves inside.
    Past the thieves, they find a woman named Silk in the
    Silk says, "I'm Silk, a sister of Mira.  I was taken by a
    group of bandits.  Please, take me from here."
    The thieves/bandits are taking hostages, which makes the
    possibility that they captured Misen seem more correct.
    When Silk says she is a sister of Mira, she means a
    religious follower of Mira.  What she is wearing (robes)
    makes this known.
    Plot Detail 7:
    Two battles later, the bandits have been driven out of the
    southern fort.  Inside is Clea, who says, "Thanks, I'm a
    knight of Sofia, Claire.  I was captured by Tozeh's men.
    Cleve, my brother, is the liberation's leader.  Let's go
    meet him."  Clea joins up with the party.
    The liberation must be failing, or at least, it is not
    doing well.
    Plot Detail 8:
    Two battles later, the party enters the liberation
    headquarters, which is a cave.  Inside is a man named Pay.
    Pay says, "This is the liberation's camp.  No strangers!
    Oh, you new here?  Go to the back room, watch for
    On the way to the back room, the party is attacked by the
    monsters, but they continue on.  In the next room are three
    crosses, marking graves.  In the next room are two people.
    One of the people, a man named Kreb, says, "Ah, you're Alm.
    Thank you for saving my Sister.   You're very courageous,
    being General Mycen's grandson and all.  Alm, I have a
    favor to ask, would you become the leader of this
    liberation?  Sofia's royalty fell for.  So we wanted
    General Misen to become King.  But he has made no move to
    rebel.  So we want you to be our leader so we'll have
    something to fight for.  Please, Alm...Save Sofia!"
    The other person, a man named Fols, says, "Tozeh asked
    Rigel kingdom for aid.  Rigel's knights are superior to us.
    If they agree, there's no hope for us."  Alm answers,
    "Sofia and Rigel are bound by God's pact, we can't fight.
    Mira would never allow that to happen."  Fols says, "But
    word has reached that Mira disappeared.  Hey, don't look
    shocked!  Strange things have been going on.  Crops not
    growing, monsters appearing.  Mira's power is dieing. 
    Let's visit Mira's shrine."
    As the party (Fols and Kreb join) leave, Pay says, "Where
    are you going?  What?  Invade Sofia?  I'm going, too!  Good
    luck liberating it!  But be careful, Tozeh's army is very
    powerful.  Watch out for Sreida, the master guard..."
    The liberation is failing.  There are graves in its
    headquarters, which is not well-protected enough to keep
    monsters away.  They also are in need of a leader.  This
    party of 10 people is all that remains of the liberation.
    Kreb is the Cleve man mentioned earlier (Clea's brother).
    Misen appears to have kept his idea of not having anything
    to do with the liberation.  Kreb/Cleve wants Alm to take
    his place as liberation leader.
    Mira, apparently, has power over the lands of Sofia and
    Rigel, and does not want them fighting.  Mira is most
    likely a goddess, due to the fact that Silk is a religious
    follower of her, and the fact that Mira won't let them
    break God's pact.
    The goddess Mira has, however, mysteriously disappeared,
    which has let bad things happen.  Sofia wants to
    investigate it, but can't due to the obvious problems
    with Tozeh.  Mira appears to have a shrine of some
    Finally, Tozeh has a master guard, Sreida.  And second
    finally, Fols is bad at spelling (it's dying, not dieing).
    And third finally, Pay is a terrible guard (the first thing
    he does is to reveal that the cave is the location of the
    rebellion, which is not information you should give
    Plot Detail 9:
    As they approach the castle of Sofia, a baron, not Sreida,
    though Sreida is there, taunts you.  During the fight,
    the baron stays in place, while Sreida attacks you.  Once
    Sreida is dead, the baron runs away from the fight.
    Once the castle is freed, there are many people inside.
    One says, "Dozeh has the Royal Sword with him. It's a sword
    wielded by a old Regel King.  No regular man could use it."
    Another says, "Dozzeh left everything to Regel.  We're
    gonna have to take over the bastard's fort.  Ugh..."
    Someone else says, "You are Misen's grandkids, but he
    doesn't know it?  Then the rumor's true...that's impossible!
    Someone else says, "Thank you.  Thanks to you, Tozeh's
    forces departed.  I'm sure they went to their fortress."
    Another person says, "If Anteze was alive, Dozeh would not
    have taken over, and the royal children would be dead..."
    Finally, the last two people say, "Dozeh said the royalty
    was massacred.  I'm alive because Misen took me and the
    Queen out of the country.  I wouldn't be alive if he
    hadn't..." and "The knight killer will easily destroy enemy
    calvary.  Knights can use."
    This Baron fellow is Tozeh.  This Dozeh (Dozzeh) person
    is most likely
    Tozeh as well.
    Tozeh, who we know previously wanted aid from Rigel
    kingdom, seems to have gotten it.  He has a famous sword
    from Rigel, which should make him hard to defeat.  Also,
    to defeat him, they'd have to attack Rigel, where Tozeh
    is currently hiding in his fortress.
    There appears to be some rumor going on about Misen's
    grandchildren.  This is probably that Alm is the leader of
    the liberation.  Let's hope this mystery is cleared up
    (it is).
    Apparently, someone named Anteze is dead.  If Anteze was
    alive, he or she would have prevented Tozeh from taking
    over, but he or she would also have killed the royal
    children.  Strange...
    Misen apparently took the Queen and someone else out of the
    country to protect them.  That must be where he disappeared
    to.  He didn't want a part in the liberation, but he wanted
    to help save the Queen.  Maybe Misen is not so timid after
    The last thing is someone saying the knight killer will
    destroy enemies.  He is referring to the Knight Spear, which
    is located in a chest by this person.  Only Knights can
    use the mighty Knight Spear.
    Plot Detail 10:
    As Alm goes to the top floor (coincidentally, second floor)
    of the castle, he sees a man in purple.  It's Misen.  They
    talk.  Misen says, "Alm, I see."  Alm says, "Grandfather?
    You're here?!"  Misen says, "Now, Alm, follow the path that
    you believe in.  And release the cursed fate of Valencia.
    That is the fate of you and the red haired girl that will
    come here soon...that is your given fate, save Sofia!"
    Thus ends the first part.
    Misen's actions were indeed unexpected.  He must have been
    pretending to be timid, or else he had a change of heart.
    It seems he was pretending, because he has big plans.
    Misen says that Alm is fated to save Sofia and release the
    curse upon Valencia.  Evidently, Alm will have to continue
    on in his fight (he does have to go after Tozeh).  But
    strangely, Misen says a red haired girl will soon come and
    help him.  Weird.
    002b-Part Two 
    Plot Detail 1:
    Celica, a girl with red hair, says, "I'll be leaving, Sir."
    Norm, the old man she was addressing, says, "Celica, you're
    going?  The road to Mira's shrine is long.  Sofia is in
    ruins and no one will aid you.  Pirates of Geese or monsters
    will attack.  Warrior priest or not, it will be hard..."
    Celica says, "But Sir...the land has been barren for three
    years and people are starving and have been coming here for
    help.  What happened to Mira?"  Norm says, "Is that so, when
    then, Celica.  You know why Lord Mycen sent you here for me
    to raise.  You're the last of the Royal blood.  The last
    hope of the people, be careful!"
    Celica must be the red haired girl Misen (Mycen) was
    talking about.  She appears to be the last descendant of
    the royal family.  She's also a warrior princess.
    Celica wants to visit Mira's shrine and figure out what
    went wrong with Mira.  It will be tough, but she insists
    on going.  Much like how Misen watched over Alm; Norm
    watches Celica.
    Plot Detail 2:
    Whenever Celica speaks with Norm again, Norm says, "That
    is all...let Mira protect you."
    While leaving, Celica speaks with a girl named Jeni.  Jeni
    says, "If Lady Celica is going, then so will I.  I can heal
    small wounds with my spell."  Celica also speaks to a kid
    named Boey.  Boey says, "Lady Celica, just you ladies?  I'll
    go with you!  So don't worry!"  Lastly, a girl named May
    says, "Boy, you're still a kid, only knowing a fire spell.
    Lady Celica, I can use thunder, count on me!"
    All three of them join Celica's party.
    Celica is actually a Lady, as everyone except Norm calls
    her Lady Celica.  Everyone wants to go with her on the
    journey to Mira.  May appears to think Boey is still just
    a kid (she calls him Boy, a play on words as his name is
    Plot Detail 3:
    After a graveyard fight, the party of four gets to a town
    called Nowhere.  Four people leave in Nowhere.  A person
    standing outside the pub says, "They say there's a sword
    in the Sea Shrine with great power, but hard to get."
    Someone by the docks says, "If you want to head for Valencia,
    get on that ship.  I've heard of pirates out at sea.  Their
    boss is Dahha, very unmerciful.  A guy went out for revenge
    for his family, probably died."
    A man in the pub, Sevr, says, "Shut up 'n go 'way, I'm
    tryin' to drink!  Hah, you'll never make it across the
    ocean."  Celica says, "You look unemployed, would you
    protect us, sir?"  Sevr says, "You give me a job?  Could
    be interesting...Okay, let's go together."  Sevr joins
    the party.
    The bartender says, "Don't even think of going to the Sea
    Shrine.  That's home to the Dragon Zombie, he'll eat you
    There is a powerful sword in the Sea Shrine, which is
    protected by the equally powerful Dragon Zombie.  That's
    bad news.
    Also, there sees to be a party of people who are already
    at sea, trying to get revenge upon some pirates.  These
    people have not been heard from since they left.
    Sevr appears to be a rough person (he has an eyepatch)
    as well.
    Plot Detail 4:
    Several battles later, Celica's party reaches the pirate
    fortress.  A party of three people is already there, and
    Baro, the leader of the party, agrees to help Celica in the
    battle.  After a bad gut named Back is killed, Celica
    talks to the three people.
    Baro says, "Thanks for saving me!  Well, don't be rude.
    I'm going with you."  Cami says, "I hired Balbo, so you
    guys go ahead.  Dragon Zombies won't be so forgiving,
    there's no way to win without knowing angel magic."  Leo
    says, "If Balbo comes, I'm coming too!  I'm more
    Bach must be the earlier mentioned Dahha person.  Baro's
    party must be the earlier mentioned party that is going
    after Dahha.
    I don't know who Balbo is.  Perhaps Balbo is a nickname
    for Baro.  Whatever.
    Plot Detail 5:
    After defeating the Dragon Zombie with Angel Magic and
    getting the Holy Sword, the party continues moving on.
    Finally, they reach a city near Sofia castle.  Inside are
    two women, Pala and Catu.
    Pala says, "A pleasure...we're from Akaneia."  Catu says,
    "Pirates captured our sister.  We followed their ship but
    lost them.  Please save her, we mustn't leave her!"
    Catu and Pala do not join Celica's party.  Celica's party
    enters Sofia castle.  Inside, there are several people.
    One person says, "I'm glad, but worried.  If Regal kingdom
    attacks again, we'll all be slaughtered..." Someone else
    says, "Yeah!  Sofia castle is liberated!  General Tozeh ran
    to his own castle!"
    Someone else repeats what was said to Alm; "Dozeh has the
    Royal Sword with him. It's a sword wielded by a old Regel
    King.  No regular man could use it."
    Another person says, "A hero has come to Sofia!  We will be
    saved!"  Someone else says, "Going to Mira temple?  I'd
    reconsider.  It's crawling with Geeth's thieves.  They say
    the road is blocked by rocks."  Finally, the last person
    says, "Tozeh's not there, but no plants are growing, and
    monsters are appearing.  Where's Mira?"
    Not much new information is learned.  We learn that bad
    things are happening in the Mira Shrine place (no plants
    growing, monsters appearing).  The road to it is blocked,
    so it looks like Celica won't be able to make it there.
    Also, there are Geeth thieves, who are the Geese thieves
    Norm talked about.
    Plot Detail 6:
    Misen is by a staircase.  When Celica appears, he says,
    "Celica, hello!" Celica says, "Grandpa!  You're here?  How?"
    Misen says, "Many reasons.  You did well coming here!"
    Celica says, "Yes, we saved many people.  I'm going with him
    to Mira's Shrine.  You going there to wish for a good
    Misen says, "Well...before you go, run upstairs...You
    should find something there you've been looking for!"
    Celica says, "Oh god!  Alm?  Grandpa, Alm is the young
    hero who freed Sofia!"  Misen says, "Well, go look!"
    Celica does.  She goes upstairs and meets Alm.  Alm says,
    "...You?  Ce...Celica?  It it you?"  Celica says, "Alm,
    it's you!  Thank to see you, extreme things have
    Alm says, "We've gotten so big since we were kids.  We
    would always play, but then you left...I used to hate
    Grandfather for it."  Celica says, "I was so sad, but I
    couldn't help it.  Grandpa told me Tozeh would attack if
    I stayed, and kill me if I was found."
    Alm asks, "Why does Tozeh want to kill you?"  Celica says,
    "Sorry, I'll explain later.  I have a request, please stop
    fighting at Regal Kingdom."  Alm says, "That's impossible.
    Regal is week from civil war and won't reason.  They'll
    invade Sofia, it'll be destroyed!"
    Celica says, "People of Sofia and Regal are all Valencians!
    Let's live happily together!!"  Alm denies Celica's idea,
    saying, "No, Sofians can't work with the Regal savages.
    Sofia's been invaded with Regal's help, we must fight!"
    Celica says, "How sad...Emperor Rudolf couldn't be as bad
    as people say.  Have you talked with him?  Maybe you're
    gaining support to be emperor..."
    Alm says, "I'd never!  You're mean, Celica.  I just want to
    protect the people of Sofia, since the Queen is the only
    royalty left, we must find her.  Then I can return to the
    Celica says, "If Queen of Sofia is gone, the royal family
    is...I understand.  Go to Regal, I'll go to Mira's Temple."
    Celica walks off.  Alm says, "Wha!?"  Celica says, "Goodbye,
    Alm" and continues walking away.  Thus ends the second part.
    Misen is Celica's grandfather, as well as Alm's grandfather.
    This explains the earlier mentioned rumor about Misen's
    grandkids.  Alm and Celica, Misen's grandkids, are fated
    to save the world.
    Alm and Celica apparently knew each other when they were
    young, and Misen sent Celica off to live with Norm because
    he though Tozeh would attack.  Like Norm said, this will
    preserve the last of the Royal Family.  This confirms the
    idea that Misen was only faking senility.
    Alm doesn't seem to know about Celica being part of the
    Royal Family.  Alm seems intent of fighting Rigel kingdom,
    as the Queen hasn't come back yet.
    Celica wants them to live in peace, saying Emperor Rudolf,
    who must be in charge of Rigel, isn't so bad.  When Celica
    learns the Queen is missing, which means Celica must take
    the throne, she tells Alm he should continue the search
    for the Queen.
    002c-Part Three
    Plot Detail 1:
    There is an earthquake.  Someone runs up to Alm and says,
    "A path opened up to the temple of Mera!  The sisters who
    left earlier were saved by Zeke."
    The earthquake made the blocked road accessible.  Celica's
    party has left to go to Mira's shrine.
    Plot Detail 2:
    Celica's party meets up with Catu and Pala, those women
    they met earlier.  Pala says, "I've been looking for you!
    I'm going with you, I have no choice.  Your journey is
    important, I think I'll help.  Hey, Celica, let's go!"
    Pala says, "Well, then, let's go find Est!  This is a
    secret, if we line up...What the hell?  What happened?"
    Est is the sister of Catu and Pala, the one they're looking
    Plot Detail 3:
    Later on, Celica's party enters a mountain village.  One
    person inside says, "Rumor says the northern shrine can
    revive people.  But a dragon lives there and eats
    everything!"  Another person says, "Theif king Geeth
    conquered the east desert.  Theives and bandits ravaging
    Sofia are controlled by Geeth.  We've been attacked many
    times.  All of the young people were captured and made
    The last person in the village is Atla.  He says, "You
    going to Geeth?  If so, I'll help, too!  They took my
    brother and sister, I have no idea where they are.  I'll
    kill the SOB myself!"
    This Geeth person is actually the king of thieves.  It looks
    like he has been working with Tozeh to let his bandits
    ravage Sofia (or else he just took advantage of the unrest
    Tozeh created).  He has captured civilians (Est, Silk,
    Clea, to state some), and Atla wants to help Celica free
    the people who were captured.
    Plot Detail 4:
    Later on, Celica's party manages to find a captive named
    Jesi.  He says, "Thank you for saving me!  I'm called Jesi!
    I'm a mercenary, trying to save a girl at Geeth.  Even
    though she's nice, they enslaved her."
    Celica says, "Must be Est...Jesi, can we save her?"  Jesi
    says, "Geeth's henchmen are massive.  We haven't got a
    chance!"  Celica says, "There could be..."
    Jesi says, "Geeth has two henchmen, Soni and Dean.  Each
    control half of the desert, the north and the south.  Both
    of them happen to hate Geeth.  But they'll overpower each
    other and won't rebel.  So if we defeat one, the other
    might become an ally!"
    Here's the plan: Celica's party will defeat one of Geeth's
    henchmen, to gain the support of the other henchman.  The
    other henchman will help Celica beat Geeth.
    Plot Detail 5:
    Finally, Celica and her party make it to Mira's shrine.
    It has many people in robes there.  The people say, "The
    Regal army just attacked!  Priestess Mira was sealed away
    by Rudolf!  Because of that, the earth is dying!  We must
    do something, or Sofia will starve!", "Drak has conquered
    north of here.  If you approach him, he'll summon the Dragon
    of Death", "After Mira was sealed away, Geeth's thieves
    attacked here.  Our friends are now hostages at his fortress.
    Please save them somehow...", "Duma gave Rudolf the sword
    Mira sealed.  We might be able to her if we go to Doma's
    tower.  We'd have to cross swamps and forests.  One wrong
    move and it'll suck your power right out.", "We'll never
    make it north with water in Barenthia Valley.  We can
    redirect water into the sewers at the temple's basement
    gate.", and "I'm guarding the sewer gate.  Can you open it
    for us?  Nope.  Only Sofia royalty can open it.  Been under
    a rock, eh?"
    The Emperor Rudolf, of Rigel, is the reason Mira is missing.
    Geeth then attacked Mira's Shrine afterwards. 
    Someone named Drak (really Doma) is north of the shrine.
    He apparently controls the dragon that is there.
    Unfortunately, Celica's party cannot travel north because
    there is a lot of water blocking the way.  The only way to
    get rid of the water is to use the sewer gate, but the man
    there will only empty the water for Sofia royalty.  Since
    Celica is Sofia royalty, she'll have to find some way to
    prove it, and then the gate can be drained.
    Plot Detail 6:
    After attacking and defeating one of Greeth's forts,
    Celica's party finds some of the kidnapped people.
    Either Soni or Dean are there (depending on which one is
    dead).  Soni says, "What has Geeth done?  In any case,
    I'll come along, don't be rude!  I'll give you my
    power...this is bad!"  Dean says, "I'll help, of course.
    What's with Geeth?  If it's that bad, I thought I would
    come, so don't be informal."
    Another person is Est.  She says, "You...Huh?  Are they
    coming?  Oh, thank god!  I'll go with you, then!"
    The last person is called Girl (quite an inventive name,
    I know).  Girl says, "Thanks, I had been trapped in Mera's
    temple.  I now will return home.  Wait...is it you!?"
    Celica answers, "??  Huh?  What did I do?"  Girl says, "Oh,
    I'm sorry.  You looked like Ripurel."  Celica says,
    "Ripurel?!  That's my mom's name!!"  Girl says, "Then you
    are Princess Anteze.  Oh, thank God you're safe!"  Celica
    says, "You knew my mother.  Please, tell me about her..."
    Girl says, "Ok...Ripurel was a sister here like I am.  She
    was very, very beautiful, which led to her enthronement.
    However, because she was held in the castle against her
    will, she grew angry.  After you were born, she died from
    illness.  She always cried when she though of you.  Don't
    cry, Anteze.  I need to give you something.  This circlet
    was Ripurel's; place it on your head.  With it, shed light
    on Sofia's queen and restore the emperor.  You are the last
    hope of Sofia's royalty.  Please help your people!!"
    Celica appears to be the Anteze person who was mentioned
    earlier.  Remember, someone said, "If Anteze was alive,
    Dozeh would not have taken over, and the royal children
    would be dead..."
    Luckily, now Celica (Anteze) has been restored to power.
    She has a circlet to prove her royalty.  This should get
    the man in Mira's shrine to open the floodgates.
    Plot Detail 7:
    Celica goes back to the man guarding the floodgates.  He
    says, "I'm guarding the sewer gate.  Can you open it for
    us?  Nope.  Only Sofia royalty can open it.  Been under
    a rock, eh?
    "Wait a sec, that crown!  That's Sofia's crest, no doubt
    about it.  I had no idea where you were, I'm sorry, ma'am.
    Very well, I'll open the gate."
    He does so, but the gate only opens part of the way.  He
    comes back and says, "Queen, I still can't open the gate.
    The north and south gates must be open for water flow."
    Celica's circlet proves she is Sofia royalty, but for
    some reason, the gates don't open.
    Plot Detail 8:
    In the meantime, Alm and his party are setting off to get
    revenge on Tozeh.  On the way, they stop at a mountain
    village.  Inside are various people.
    One man who is guarding a house says, "I'll reward you if
    you rescue my daughter from the western shrine!"  Another
    person says, "In Valencia lies a deep valley, parting north
    and south.  An aqueduct usually controls water flow, but
    sometimes it fails and floods result.  To make matters
    worse, the Regels closed the one aqueduct recently.  If
    this isn't stopped, Sofia is nil."
    Someone else says, "Tozeh captured the liberation army!
    Rumors are that they'll be tortured!  We have to save them!"
    Lastly, a man named Ryu says, "Please, save my sister with
    me!  Sorcerer Tatara is controlling her, and used her to
    guard the sewer gate.  We must defeat him to undo Dute's
    Alm's party must have to continue on and do something with
    the aqueduct to let Celica use the floodgates so both
    parties can move on.
    Also, Ryu's sister (Dute) is being controlled by a sorcerer
    who is guarding the sewer gate.
    Plot Detail 9:
    Alm's party makes it to a fortress.  Tozeh is there.  Alm
    and his party destroy him, and save a girl named Matil, who
    was being held captive.
    Matil says, "Thanks, I knew you'd save us!"  Alm then gets
    the Royal Sword Tozeh was holding."
    Later on, his party gets to the western shrine.  They free
    the girl, and get a holy spear from the man in the mountain
    village because of this.
    Finally, they make it to the aqueduct.  They meet the girl
    who is being controlled by the sorceress, Dyute.  After
    killing the sorceress, the girl says, "I have no idea.
    When I noticed in battle, I ran.  Oh, was I under control
    of the sorceress Tartara?  I was...I'm very sorry."
    Alm speaks with the man by the aqueducts.  He says, "Hey,
    it's you.  The aqueducts have opened and the Re left!"
    (his words get cut off, but let's guess that Re was supposed
    to be Regelians).
    He opens the sewer gates and says, "Thank goodness!  Sofia
    can now be split off.  North is Regel, Go."  Thus ends the
    third part.
    If Celica didn't open the water at Mira's basement, the man
    says, "Open the duct?  No, no I can't.  If it's opened too
    quickly, Sofia's water supply will be drained...I just
    can't do it...I'm sorry."
    Tozeh is toast, but Rigel kingdom, working under Emperor
    Rudolf, is still be alive.  Strangely, Alm can use the
    sword Tozeh had, and earlier we heard that only Rigel
    royalty could use that sword.
    002d-Part Four 
    Plot Detail 1:
    Celica can find Girl inside Mira's shrine.  Girl says,
    "Thank you, I was able to return safely.  Visit sage's
    village if you're heading north to the lost woods.  Sage
    Hark should be able to help you."
    Celica can travel to the basement of Mira's shrine and find
    Norm.  Norm says, "Celica!  You're safe!"  Celica says, 
    "Sage Norma!  I didn't know..." Norm says, "I guess I was
    worried.  I followed you to the temple and fell down
    here...heh.  I was pretty foolish.  Ah well, I'll go with
    you.  No, stay."
    Norm(a) appears to be a better caretaker than Misen.  That's
    nice of him to follow Celica here.
    Also, there appears to be a sage to the north that can help
    Celica's party.  That's useful.
    Plot Detail 2:
    Alm's party can enter a town in Regal, but they must kill
    Generals Zeke and Jerome.  The people inside say, "Sofian
    pigs have no clue how great Hero Rudolf is!", "Zeke went
    north to the hills to find his lover.", "I think we're
    going to recover.  You guys crossed Dragon Mt?", and "h,
    If Alm and his party defeat a wizard called Nuibaba, they
    can find a captive girl named Tita.  Alm says, "What are
    you doing here?  What..." Tita says, "My lover, Zeke, is a
    general of Regal.  However, Zeke is against the war.  When
    he betrayed Nuibaba, I was taken hostage.  Zeke will be
    elated to hear of my rescue.  I want to see him."
    Alm's party can fight Jerome, with Zeke's aid.  They then
    can enter the town, where the people say, "Thanks...normally
    I hate Sofia, but you're proof I'm wrong", "General Jerome
    is a terrible man.  This village has also been sacked and
    torn.", "This is Dragon Mountain.  If the Death Dragon
    attacks you, you're dead meat.", and "General Jeek can't
    remember anything!  Sister came here nursing a wound and
    Tita was freed.  Look, the second street, Tita...oh, I'm
    talking too much!"
    Zeke lied to the Rigel people about his whereabouts (he was
    not north of town).  The Rigel people are extremely loyal
    to Emperor Rudolf, and hate Sofians, but Alm's party is an
    exception because they saved Tita.
    The dead General Jerome ransacked villages.  The people are
    glad he's dead.  Well, like we heard earlier, Rigel has had
    a rough time with civil war, so that shouldn't be too much
    of a shock.
    Plot Detail 3:
    Zeke is in town.  Alm talks to him.  Zeke says, "You're the
    ones who saved Teeta.  Thank you..." Alm says, "General
    Zeke, I know you are opposed to the war, but please-"
    Zeke says, "No, I can't help you.  After Jerome fell,
    Nuibaba and Guru made life hard for the people.  I know
    nothing of any war.  I do know that the land's in
    ruin...his majesty sent me.  Your names...?  His majesty
    took me in his arms...like a father.  Can't fail."
    Alm says, "...yes...forgive me...I'm" Zeke says, "No...?!
    Alm, to the right...that village."  Alm says, "Village?  I
    think that thing's been there since grandpa was a baby,
    but......." Zeke says, "I see.  Rudolf left me a request
    before I left today: Zeke, there is a person that has a
    cross-shaped birth mark.  Find that one, the chosen one.
    I don't know what the meaning of that is and nor do I care.
    I will lend you my power."
    Zeke does not want to help Alm because he is opposed to the
    war.  Furthermore, he is needed to help Regal, as Jerome's
    demise resulted in an increase of hostility from other
    people with power.
    Zeke, who came from Rudolf, joins up with Alm because
    Rudolf told Zeke to find Alm, a chosen one.  Zeke doesn't
    know why, but joins up anyway.
    Plot Detail 4:
    Celica's party, goes on through a dangerous area called the
    Lost Woods, which is dangerous because you get lost so
    easily, hence the name.
    Eventually they make it to a place hidden in the woods
    called Sage Village.  Inside is Sage Hark, who Girl
    mentioned earlier.
    Sage Hark says, "I'm Hark!  You guys have journeyed to
    restore Mera, right?  The sword you seek is sealed near
    Doma's tower.  It seems futile...Judah's too powerful.  If
    you let me, I'll help...hm, Cel, what's your wish?"
    Celica says, "I wish nothing! ... Well, there is one
    thing...please help Alm."  Hark says, "I see...Very well.
    I will enable Alm to escape."  From then on, whenever you
    talk to Hark, he says, "Doma's tower is near.  It is time".
    Sage Hark is definitely the person Girl talked about.  He
    wants Celica to restore Mira by going on and fighting Doma.
    However, someone powerful named Judah appears to be in the
    way of going on and fighting Doma.
    Hark also enables Alm to escape.
    Plot Detail 5:
    There are two other people in Sage Village.  One says, "Doma
    isn't the only one, you know.  Hark, who lives on the
    outskirts, is a guard."
    The other person says, "Hark is one of Doma's priests.
    That means you will be fighting Judah, a difficult
    undertaking.  It's the only way...go...Ugh, it hurts.
    Judah's curse.  Noooo... ... ."  This person then
    The fact that Judah is someone you must fight to get to
    Doma is confirmed. 
    Plot Detail 6:
    Celica's party meets Judah on the way to Doma's tower. 
    Judah runs away, scared.  They enter the tower and find
    Judah inside.
    Judah says, "Princess of Sofia, I've waited..." Celica
    says, "You are?..." Judah says, "Me?  I'm Doma's right
    hand man, Domarian's main priest, Judah!" Celica says,
    "Then please!  Release Mira!  Return Mother Mira!"
    Judah says, "Don't be so hasty.  Look inside the crystal I
    hold, see something nostalgic?  Yes, it's Alm.  Watch how
    we will suffer."  From then on, only Alm can be controlled.
    Judah's last sentence probably was supposed to use the word
    he, not we.  Anyway, we know Judah is Doma's main
    supporter, and that Alm means a lot to Celica if Judah's
    idea of torturing her is letting her watch Alm suffer.
    Plot Detail 7:
    Alm ends up going through a tough fight on dragon mountain,
    but wins anyway.  Judah says, "Mwaha, Celica...you saved
    Alm on Dragon Mt...Come here, you have to widen Alm's
    path..."  Celica follows Judah, and we see a fight start,
    but then controls switch back to Alm.
    Judah's plan to destroy Alm failed.  However, he is still
    confident.  Hark "freeing" Alm is the fact that he allows
    Alm to escape Dragon Mountain, which Alm could not do if
    Hark didn't free him.
    Plot Detail 8:
    Alm finally makes it to the heart of Rigel and kills Emperor
    Rudolf.  Rudolf never fights back against Alm.
    Rudolf, while dying, says, "Alm, become a great hero.  Yes,
    that which Misen passed down.  No mistake about it.  Oh,
    come now-your real name's Albyne Alm Rudolf...my only son.
    Gahhh!...there's not much more time for me.  There's only
    one thing to do: Mira sealed "Falcion"-take it and
    Inside Rudolf's castle is Misen.  Alm asks him, "What the
    hell are you talking about?!   What?!  No...Rudolf is my
    father!?  It can't be!  This is terrible!"
    Misen says, "Alm, I know you're upset, but now you're
    Rudolf's son.  You're the last of the royal family."  Alm
    says, "But why?!  Why must I now fight my own father?
    Misen says, "Don't cry, Alm...This is the path the gods
    carved out for us.  Rudolf has caused many people pain.
    The people of Sofia and Regel have forgotten their old
    ways.  At this point, both are doomed.  Rudolf embodies all
    the heroes past fought so hard to end.  He must be stopped.
    I need no further evidence of the man's madness than that
    one day, years ago...Rudolf had sent me children that
    weren't meant to be born.  He was sending his own to hell.
    (here there is a break of untranslated text) Alm, there's
    always been a sadness within you.  You have to fix what
    Rudolf has started.  Go to underground temple, stop the
    spreading darkness.  Hurry!!  Celica's in danger!!"
    Misen joins Alm's party, and ends part four.
    Alm is, surprise, Rudolf's son!  Hey, that explains some
    things, like how Alm can use the Royal sword, and why
    Rudolf sent Zeke to find Alm.
    Misen knew this all along.  For some reason, he didn't let
    Alm know.  I think this is the official reason: Misen knew
    Celica and Alm were the last members of the respective
    royalties (Sofia and Rigel).  He had them grow up as
    friends to ensure that when they came to rule, they would
    forget the old tradition of Sofia VS Rigel kingdom, and all
    Valencia would live in peace.
    002e-Part Five 
    Plot Detail One:
    All of the people inside the castle say, "All hail Rudolf
    2nd!" except for two people.
    One of these two is Math.  Math says, "Prince Albine!  I'm
    Menah, general of the Elite Army.  You destroyed the mine,
    my orders are to kill you.  We await the one."
    The other person guards a hole.  He says, "Go down those
    stairs to the entrance.  After a certain point, there is no
    return.  Be careful, prince."
    Math's dialogue was translated incorrectly.  The important
    thing is that Alm can now save Celica.
    Plot Deatil 2:
    Alm finds Celica's party, but a wall separates the two
    parties.  Alm says, "! Cel-"
    Celica runs to Alm and says, "Oh, help me, Alm...we've made
    it here, only to die...hurry, come here..."
    Alm has to find a way to get to the fight so Celica's party
    isn't killed.  She really needs his help.
    Plot Detail 3:
    Alm gets the Falcion sword, and makes it to the fight.
    Together, his party and Celica's fights and kills Judah,
    Doma, and everyone else there.  Alm uses Falcion to kill
    Doma, and then the game ends.
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