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Archive for October 2007

The plains of Sacae are home to many different tribes and peoples. Though at first glance they would seem to be one and the same, they are actually all very unique.

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Some of us have different ways we battle on FE. I am here to discuss which ones are the best. Although, I really can’t say much about because my attack strategy is pretty simple. Kill enough weaker enemies untilI can buy the strongest weapons and blast my way through the RPG. I’m a tank,stripped of defense. Except, “A good offense is the best defense.” If that hasn’t already become a quote, write it down, dang it, write it down!

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its the day you’ve all…well…probably forgot about. So let me refresh your memory; a week ago I asked as many of you that were interested to write a C through A support conversation between Jaffar and Serra. You would then be voted on to see who did the best, the winner receiving one of the Eight Generals legendary weapons.

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 emphasis on “short” story :p This is about something that Saint brought to my attention from FE 7.

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There are a few characters who look or seem like they should be able to support with someone else,but they can’t.

thats where this contest comes in.

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 this article was written by Aveyn Knight

The second in the series of Fire Emblem articles aiming to raise awareness of the older Fire Emblem games. Not unexpectedly, this article is about the second Fire Emblem game, Fire Emblem Gaiden. This was a side story to the original game (gaiden means side story in Japanese), and it was released in 14th March 1992, in Japan, for the Famicom (the Japanese NES).

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its once again time for me to tell you a bunch of stuff that’s going to happen on FE Blog and then not do it! seriously though I have my reasons for not doing some of the stuff I said I would, and I’ll explain in the article.

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