You’ll need to master the essentials of tactical warfare to survive in this total reimagining of Fire Emblem Gaiden—never before released in the West.
Equip forces with weapons and items before battle. Units equipped with certain weapons may gain special abilities known as Combat Arts.
Heed the effects of terrain, check each character’s tactical advantage, and anticipate the enemy’s next move.
Clear the goal for each battle to emerge victorious and collect experience points for your surviving warriors.
In a series first, you can control Alm or Celica action-adventure style as they explore dungeons for loot, items, and enemies. Touch an enemy and a grid-based
Be sure to check your units’ fatigue levels—they may not fight as well if they’re tired.
Once a character has enough experience on the battlefield, they can class-change by visiting a Mila Idol within each dungeon.
Heroes can only change to the next class in that line, but they can move up to the next level—making them even more lethal.
Here are a few of the many classes available in-game.
There’s a lot to learn as you make a name for yourself as a leader. Here’s some advice to get you started.
When you start a new game, you can choose options such as Classic Mode, where fallen warriors are gone forever.
Position heroes next to each other on the battlefield and you may get to see extra conversations between characters.
You can visit towns and villages to talk to locals, look for items, and get quests. You may even meet new recruits to add to your armies.
Need to level up certain characters? Use them to explore 3D dungeons as many times as you like.
Keep an eye on the map for new enemies that pop up in areas you’ve visited—then go get ‘em.
You can use this special function during battle to revert back to a previous turn...helpful if you make a bad choice.