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List of version differences/Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon

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Name changes

Main article: Name chart/Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon

NTSC-J to NTSC-U changes

Text

  • Two events that didn’t have an entry in the Event Recap in the Japanese version, were added to it in the NTSC-U and PAL versions.

Gameplay changes

  • Five multiplayer maps were added, as well as a random map selector.
  • A handicapping option was added for multiplayer battles.
  • Wendell’s weapon experience was changed from Tome 135 to Tome 105 and Staff 30.
  • Catria’s Level was raised from 3 to 5, while Est’s Level was lowered from 5 to 3. Their initial stats remained the same however.
  • The Warp Staff’s icon was slightly altered from a six-pointed star to a five-pointed star.
  • Warp Staff Cloning Glitch :
Main article: Glitch#Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon

NTSC-U to PAL changes

Unless otherwise stated, all changes made between the NTSC-J and NTSC-U releases are retained in the PAL version, excluding names.

Dialogue changes


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  • One introduction script and one opening dialogue differ slightly between the NTSC-U and the PAL releases of the game which are respectively the introduction script of the Prologue I[1][2] and The opening dialogue of A Traitor's Worth.[3][4]


References

  1. "Long ago, Medeus, king of the dragonkin, conquered the continent of Archanea, giving rise to an age of fear and despair for all its people.
    That tyranny was broken, however, when an unlikely hero intervened. A young man hailing from the Altea region appeared with a divine blade in hand. Fang of dragon and blade of light locked in battle, and in the end, blade prevailed. For some time after, the land enjoyed an age of peace.
    " — Introduction script of Prologue I (NTSC English version), Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
  2. "Long ago, Medeus, king of the dragonkin, conquered the continent of Archanea, beginning an age of fear and despair for all its people.
    That tyranny was broken, however, thanks to a miracle. A young man hailing from the Altea region appeared with a divine blade in hand. He stood against the Shadow Dragon, and struck him down. For some time after, the land enjoyed an age of peace.
    " — Introduction script of Prologue I (PAL English version), Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
  3. "Dejanira: Have you heard, Horace? I am told the rebels just recaptured the palace. That accursed Archanean wench! To hell with Camus's pleas. We should have put her to the sword with the rest of them..." — Opening dialogue of A Traitor's Worth (NTSC English version), Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
  4. "Dejanira: Have you heard, Horace? I am told the rebels just recaptured the palace. That accursed Akaneian wench! Never mind Camus's pleas. We should have put her to the sword with the rest of them..." — Opening dialogue of A Traitor's Worth (PAL English version), Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
Playable characters AbelArranAstramAthenaBantuBarstBeckBoahBordCaedaCaesarCainCastorCatriaCordDarrosDolphDraugEliceEstEtzelFreyGordinGotohHardinHoraceJagenJakeJeorgeJulianLenaLindeLorenzMacellanMariaMarthMatthisMerricMidiaMinervaNagiNavarreNorneOgmaPallaRaddRickardRogerRosheaSamsonSedgarTikiTomasVylandWendellWolfWrysXaneYmir
Non-playable characters AnriArtemisAurelis KingCartasCorneliusIoteLizaMalledusMostynNynaOrdwin
Bosses BathysBentheonCamusCaptainDactylDejaniraEmereusGazzakGharnefGomerGrigasHarmeinHeimlerHollstadtHymanJiolKannivalKhozenLarissaMannuMedeusMerachMichalisMorzasOrridyonSternlinTikiVolzhinXemcelZharov
Regalia and personal weapons AumFalchionFire EmblemGradivusImhulluHauteclereMercuriusParthiaRapierStarlightWing Spear
Chapters P: Prologue I • P: Prologue II • P: Prologue III • P: Prologue IV • 1: Marth Embarks • 2: The Pirates of Galder • 3: A Brush in the Teeth • 4: Battle in the Lea • 5: Champions of Aurelis • 6: Fire Emblem • 6x: In War's Grip • 7: Lefcandith Gauntlet • 8: Port Warren • 9: The Pyrathi Dragon • 10: Princess Minerva • 11: Knorda Market • 12: The Ageless Palace • 12x: A Traitor's Worth • 13: The Wooden Cavalry • 14: Land of Sorrow • 15: An Oasis of Magic • 16: The Battle for Altea • 17: Star and Savior • 17x: Helena Castle • 18: The Sable Order • 19: Manakete Princess • 20: Camus the Sable • 20x: The Lair of Fire • 21: Clash in Macedon • 22: A Knight-Filled Sky • 23: Dark Pontifex • 24: The Dragonkin Realm • 24x: The Alterspire • Endgame: Chosen by Fate
Locations ArchaneaAlteaAurelisDolhrGraGrustKhadeinKingdom of ArchaneaMacedonPyrathiTalysThabes
Groups, objects and concepts Archanean LeagueDragons (Divine DragonEarth DragonManakete) • DragoonsSable OrderWar of LiberationWar of ShadowsWhitewinged Order
Related topics List of version differences (Name chart) • Other games (Shadow Dragon and the Blade of LightGaidenNew Mystery of the EmblemAwakening) • Pre-release information (Unused content) • Sound RoomTimeline