This is the article about the seventh game in the series, titled simply Fire Emblem in its American release. For information about the series itself, see Fire Emblem (series).
If you were instead looking for information about the Fire Emblem, a plot device used in the series, see Fire Emblem (device)
Fire Emblem US box art
|Alternate Titles|| Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken |
Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade
|Release Dates|| April 23, 2003 (JP) |
November 3, 2003 (US)
July 16, 2004 (EU)
Fire Emblem, known as Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken in Japan,(ファイアーエムブレム 烈火の剣 Faiā Emuburemu Rekka no Ken, lit "Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade") is a tactical role playing game for the Game Boy Advance released in 2003 by Nintendo, and was developed by Intelligent Systems.
It is the seventh game in the Fire Emblem series to be released and the first to be released internationally. Fire Emblem serves as a prequel for its predecessor, Fire Emblem: Fūin no Tsurugi, released a year earlier.
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Lyn, of the Sacaean Lorca tribe, finds Mark, a wandering tactician who collapsed outside her hut. While taking care of him, they are attacked by bandits. With Mark's help, Lyn manages to rout them. They make a pact to travel together.
In Bulgar, Sacae's capital, Lyn meets two Lycian knights, Kent and Sain, who believe that she is Marquess Hausen of Caelin's long lost granddaughter. They set off to escort Lyn to Caelin, while fending off bandits and soldiers led by Lord Lundgren, Marquess Hausen's brother who wishes to usurp the throne.
A year after the Caelin campaigns of Lyn's story, Eliwood's tale begins shortly after the kidnapping of said hero's father, the Marquess of Pherae. In an effort to find and rescue him, Eliwood enlists the help of several Pheraen knights and townsfolk. However, after the young lord is joined by his friend and ally Hector, the two discover a plot that is more volatile and threatening then either of them could have ever realized.
Set during the same events of Eliwood's story, Hector's follows the lord of Ostia's point of view as he leaves his home, brother and friends in an effort to find Eliwood and assist in the rescue of his father.
List of significant locations in Fire Emblem.
List of Fire Emblem guides to be written.