FE6 and FE7 (Elibe Games) “Choose Your Legends” Poll Results Analysis

Nintendo conducted a poll for Fire Emblem Heroes urging fans to pick a favorite character of theirs that they would love to see featured. Each fan could vote once a day for 13 days for almost any character from any of the main Fire Emblem series of games.

This is part of a miniseries I am doing on analyzing the vast amount of poll data available to us and what it means for the fandom and their favorites regarding characters.

Thanks to the tireless work of Elieson over on serenesforest.net, we can take a look at the break downs by game!

Today we will focus on FE6 (Binding Blade) and FE7 (Blazing Blade). The latter is the first Fire Emblem game that came to the west, and indeed it shows! Combined they form the Elibe games.

There are some general things to keep in mind before we get started, however.

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Fire Emblem 64: Rare Dialogue Document Translation + Analysis

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From the Making of Fire Emblem: 25 Years of Development Secrets book comes a script from the canceled Fire Emblem 64. It is the only dialogue example provided for the game. For some more trivia about this game, I made a post about some design documents from it here.

I translated it in full since it contains some interesting tidbits for FE fans, such as the names Eliwood and Ephraim just to name a few! Also, it reveals who the two characters in the only screenshot released for the game are.

You can find much more from this book on the compilation post here.

As you can imagine, the process of doing all this (scanning, editing, translating in some cases, etc) took a lot of time, and I am unemployed… so if you like what I did, then…

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Fire Emblem: Binding Blade (FE6) Original Elibe Map + Comparison

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From the Making of Fire Emblem: 25 Years of Development Secrets 25th Anniversary art book comes some more development documents. Today, we look at the continent of Elibe during the development stages of Fire Emblem: Binding Blade (FE6).

It was translated in collaboration with VincentASM of serenesforest.net. His in-depth analysis on the matter will be coming soon!

You can find these scans and much more from this book on the compilation post here. This one is found on Page 331.

As you can imagine, the process of doing all this (scanning, editing, translating in some cases, etc) took a lot of time, and I am unemployed… so if you like what I did, then…

Please donate! It helps fund future projects!

Enjoy!

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Fire Emblem: Binding Blade (FE6) Original Chapter Outline Translation + Comparison

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From the Making of Fire Emblem: 25 Years of Development Secrets 25th Anniversary art book comes some more development documents. Today, we look at an outline of the chapter plans for Fire Emblem: Binding Blade (FE6).

Some of these were translated with and by VincentASM of serenesforest.net. His in-depth analysis on the matter will be coming soon!

You can find these scans and much more from this book on the compilation post here. This one is found on Page 331.

As you can imagine, the process of doing all this (scanning, editing, translating in some cases, etc) took a lot of time, and I am unemployed… so if you like what I did, then…

Please donate! It helps fund future projects!

Enjoy!

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Fire Emblem 64 Screenshot + Design Work Scans – 25th Anniversary Book

Fire-Emblem-25th-AnniversaryToday I translated some tidbits on the game that would’ve been Fire Emblem 64. It was titled Maiden of Darkness (the same title the antagonist of Binding Blade goes by). I posted some high resolution scans of the designs with some added notes (but raws are available by request).

A user on reddit and SerenesForest have already posted more tidbits regarding the development from the interview that was included alongside these shots, so I will provide a link to that here if you are interested.

As you can imagine, the process of doing all this (scanning and killing the book’s spine, editing, and translating l took a lot of time, so if you like what I did, then…

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Fire Emblem 6/7: Artbook Translations (All)

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As you can imagine, the process of doing all this (scanning, editing, translating, etc) takes a lot of free time, and I currently lack a source of income, so…

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UPDATE: I am considering acquiring another copy of this book to unbind and scan in high quality as well as iron out the translations. If interested in funding this project, please donate above and add a note!

This is every single profile from Fire Emblem 6 (Sword of Seals) and Fire Emblem 7 (Blazing Sword) translated on this website and put in one place!

I used the names that were on the pages, even if they had official localized names in FE7 for FE6, with a few exceptions. However, from FE7 onward I used the officially localized names.

56 K Warning for a lot of images ahead! All of the scans for FE6 are from serenesforest.net. Some of the FE7 ones are too, but I scanned the ones they were missing. All were edited/translated by me. Their original Japanese transcripts are found on their original pages.

These are in order. Enjoy this milestone!

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Fire Emblem 7: Artbook Translations (All)

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Yet another milestone! This is every single profile from Fire Emblem 7 (Blazing Sword) translated on this website. I did some out of order before, so their format is slightly different. But this is every single character in the FE7 Character Book. It is only actually the second half of book, the previous half was done on this site earlier.

I used the localized names best I could.

56 K Warning for a lot of images ahead! Some of these scans were provided by serenesforest.net, but I scanned most of them myself.  Their original transcripts are found on their original pages.

These are in order. Enjoy this milestone!

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