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Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem (anime)

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Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem (Japanese: ファイアーエムブレム 紋章の謎 Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem) is an original video animation adaptation of Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem, produced by KSS and Studio Fantasia and released in 1996. It consists of two episodes, adapting the first three chapters and some of the backstory of Book 1 of the game, and by extension, of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light and Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon. It is probable that more were meant to be produced, but the series was cancelled presumably out of lack of interest or funding.

The two episodes were dubbed into English and released in the United States by ADV Films, under the title of simply Fire Emblem, years before the games were even widely known to exist in the western world; an odd result of this is that the English box states that the anime is based on "the hit game", whereas that was not the case in the US. Further dubs for European countries were also produced. With no officially defined name translations to go by, many of the Romanizations of choice differ greatly from ones later used in the localizations of Super Smash Bros. Melee and Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon; some of the pronunciations are equally unusual.

Though almost all of the anime's cast have not had speaking roles in any subsequent productions, Marth's Japanese voice actor, Midorikawa Hikaru, did resume the role for the Super Smash Bros. franchise; his dub voice actor, Spike Spencer, has not.

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
Playable characters Book 1 AbelArranAstramBantuBarstBoahBordCaedaCaesarCainCastorCatriaCordDolphDraugEliceEstGordinHardinJagenJeorgeJulianLenaLindeLorenzMacellanMariaMarthMatthisMerricMidiaMinervaNavarreOgmaPallaRaddRickardRosheaSamsonSedgarTikiTomasVylandWendellWolfXane
Book 2 AbelArranAstramBantuCaedaCainCastorCatriaCecilDraugEliceEllereanEstFeenaGordinJeorgeJulianLenaLindeMalliesiaMariaMarthMatthisMerricMidiaMinervaNavarreOgmaPallaRaianRickardRodyRosheaRukeSamsonSamtoSheemaSiriusTikiVylandWarrenWendellXaneYubelloYumina
Non-playable characters Book 1 AnriCorneliusGotohIoteLizaMalledusNynaMostyn
Book 2 BoahCamusGotohJagenKing AurelisLangLorenzMichalis
Bosses Book 1 CamusEmereusGazzakGharnefGomerHarmeinHollstadtHymanJiolKannivalKhozenMedeusMerachMichalisMorzasTikiVolzhinXemcelZharov
Book 2 DallEibelEllereanFire DragonGailGharnefHardinHereticIce DragonJeorgeLangLorenzLumelMage DragonMedeusNehringRuckeSheemaTorusWillowWyvernYodel
Regalia and personal weapons AumAuraExcaliburFalchionFire Emblem/Binding ShieldFortifyGradivusImhulluMercuriusParthiaRapierStarlight
Chapters Book 1 1: Marth Embarks • 2: The Pirates of Galder • 3: A Brush in the Teeth • 4: Champions of Aurelis • 5: Fire Emblem • 6: Lefcandith Gauntlet • 7: Port Warren • 8: Princess Minerva • 9: Knorda Slave Market • 10: The Ageless Palace • 11: Land of Sorrow • 12: An Oasis of Magic • 13: The Battle for Altea • 14: Star and Savior • 15: Manakete Princess • 16: Camus the Sable • 17: A Knight-Filled Sky • 18: Dark Pontifex • 19: The Dragonkin Realm • 20: Chosen by Fate
Book 2 1: The Grustian Expedition • 2: Rebellion at Macedon • 3: Abducted Princess • 4: Joy and Sorrow • 5: Liberation of Grust • 6: The Nest of Vice • 7: The Scarlet Swordsman • 8: Soulful Bridge • 9: Sanctuary of Sorcery • 10: Two Sorcerers • 11: Anri's Way • 12: Graveyard of Fire Dragons • 13: Frozen Land • 14: A Mystery Revealed • 15: Return of the Prince • 16: Regaining the Capital • 17: Setting Sun of Gra • 18: Battle of the Pass • 19: The Last Decisive Battle • 20: Dark Emperor • E1: The Wyvern's Dale • E2: The Dragon's Table
Locations ArchaneaAlteaAnri's WayAurelisDolhr (Dragon's Table) • Empire of ArchaneaGraGrustKhadeinMacedonTalys
Groups, objects and concepts Archanean LeagueDragons (Divine DragonEarth DragonManakete) • HereticsSable OrderWar of HeroesWar of LiberationWar of ShadowsWhitewinged Order
Related topics Name charts (Book 1Book 2) • Other games (Shadow Dragon and the Blade of LightGaidenBS Fire Emblem: Archanea War ChroniclesShadow DragonNew Mystery of the EmblemAwakening) • Pre-release information (Unused content) • Timeline
Merchandise
Figurines and statuettes Genealogy of the Holy War Exceed SigurdEldiganLewynFerrySylviaTailtoAyra
amiibo MarthIkeRobinLucinaRoyCorrinAlmCelica
Figma LucinaCorrin (Female)
Nendoroid MarthCaedaEliseCorrin (Female)
Chara-forme Chrom
Statuettes TharjaCordeliaCamilla
Card games Fire Emblem Trading Card GameTCG Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)Fire Emblem: One Hundred Songs of Heroes
Art books Fire Emblem: The CompleteFire Emblem: TreasureFire Emblem: Thracia 776 Illustrated WorksFire Emblem 20th Anniversary EncyclopediaFire Emblem Memorial Book Archanea ChronicleThe Art of Fire Emblem AwakeningFire Emblem 25th Anniversary Staff BookThe Making of Fire Emblem – 25th Anniversary Development Secrets, Awakening and FatesTellius Recollection (Volume 1Volume 2)
Anime and manga adaptations Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (Hakoda manga)Fire Emblem: Hikari o TsugumonoFire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem (anime)Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War (Fujimori manga)Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War (Ōsawa manga)Fire Emblem: Hasha no Tsurugi