FE Heroes: “A Day in the Life of the Heroes” (Page 5) Translation

The official FE Heroes website has started publishing weekly 4koma comics. I hope to translate them as they come here!

Enjoy!

Page 5 (12/13) “Feh Gets an Upgrade Too”

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Super Mario Odyssey: Luigi Outfit Description [JPN vs ENG]

Today’s post is a small one, and covers a reader request to look into the Luigi cap description from user @technickal101 on twitter.

I haven’t gained access to it myself in game yet, but they helpfully sent a shot of the Japanese text too, so let’s take a look.

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Super Mario Odyssey: “You just want to yank it, don’t you?” and “There’s even a deep end.” [JPN vs ENG]

Today’s post is a short one and a reader request:

“…I dunno something about this line just seemed localization-only to me lol <attached picture> What was it in Japanese?”

The picture is above, and is from the Lake Kingdom brochure. There was another line this reader was curious about too, which I will address in this same post as its short:

“…and there’s this other line that says like “there’s even a deep end” that also felt localization-only. <attached picture> Can you look into it too if you have time? Thx!”

That second one gives me a chuckle. I felt it may be interesting to look into, so let’s see!

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FE Heroes: Does Dorcas acknowledge the mutton meme in Japanese? [JPN vs ENG]

Fire Emblem Heroes featured an update that includes new characters such as Dorcas, Lute, and Mia. You may recall Dorcas being the most surprising of these three to place high on the Fire Emblem Heroes popularity poll (Choose Your Legends) that took place some months ago.

It had been attributed to a particular meme involving a US commercial for the game he appears in, Fire Emblem: Blazing Blade on Game Boy Advance (and seventh installment in the series, first to come to the US).

Fans noticed very quickly that he in fact references this commercial directly (twice!) in his English dialogue in Fire Emblem Heroes, and I received multiple requests to look into what he says in Japanese instead.

So let’s take a look!

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