Chapter 18 of Fire Emblem: Awakening
|game||Fire Emblem: Awakening|
|defeat||Chrom or Avatar dies.|
|preceding chapter||Inexorable Death|
|succeeding chapter||The Conqueror|
Why, General, such a melancholic air about you today. Whatever is the problem? ...Oh, is today the day you face off against your beloved sister? Dear me, of course it is! Well, then, of course you'd be in a foul mood... Our Objective is to destroy the enemy supplies. The senators store their food and personal effects in crates. If we burn those crates, the senators will likely pull their troops back to protect their own hides.
Excellus speaking with Yen'fay just before the battle.
With the recent betrayal of the resistance forces in Valm, Chrom and company are forced to make a last minute all-or-nothing plan with Say'ri to keep their forces alive. Avatar devises a plan to sacrifice a small portion of their army to keep Walhart distracted to the north, while Chrom and their strongest soldiers march southward to attack Yen'fay - this way, they'll split The Empire's forces in half and increase their chances of survival.
Say'ri notes that the turned resistance members will attack them from behind at any chance they get, ensuring Ylissean's defeat. Chrom decides to take the battlefield to the notorious Demon's Ingle, an active volcano of Valm that natives stay away from. In doing this, Chrom hopes the turned resistance forces won't ambush them from behind. Say'ri knows that not even the notorious volcano can sway her brother's stubbornness, and it's on the volcano that the siblings are forces to duel for their lives.
- Second Seal from the top left chest.
- Energy Drops from the bottom left chest.
- Rescue from the top right chest.
- Note: when the land submerges into lava, the chest will open and the item within will be destroyed.
 Normal Mode
|Inventory||Amatsu, Noble Rapier|
There are no reinforcements this chapter.
 New Units
There are no new units this chapter.
Portions of the surfaced land in this chapter will submerge in lava. Units stationed on submerged pieces of land will be inflicted with damage -- moving cautiously yet hastily southward to avoid this extra damage is advised.