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(At least three realms are involved in this chapter's story, but the realm the battle takes place in is unclear)
||How strange. Could this letter be some sort of cruel practical joke? "If you want to save Corrin, come to this location." It could also be a trap.
Royal Royale(Japanese:王族最強戦 Battle for the Strongest Royal) is a downloadable content xenologue chapter in Fire Emblem Fates. As a xenologue chapter, it does not officially bear a chapter number; if all xenologues are purchased and its list is viewed at the Dragon's Gate, Royal Royale is the fifth one from the top in the North American version of the game. Royal Royale is part of the first series of DLC releases in all regions.
This chapter was first made available on August 6, 2015 in Japan, March 17, 2016 in North America, and June 9-10 in the PAL regions.
In this chapter, the Rainbow Sage of the Possible World calls the Hoshidan and Nohrian royals of the Finished World together to determine which one and their retainers are worthy enough to help the Corrin of the Ongoing World, who is stated to be in mortal peril. To that end, the royal/retainer teams fight with all their strength to attempt to determine which of the royals is the strongest of all.
- Main article: Royal Royale/Script
Sakura asks Elise if they are in the right place, to which Elise says it should be yet she doesn't see anyone there; Camilla notes the situation as strange and wonders if a letter they got was some sort of cruel practical joke--the letter asked them to come to a specific location if they wished to save Corrin--or even a trap, with Hinoka stating they can't take any chances as it's Corrin's life they're dealing with. Camilla wonders if they should pull back and tell others (presumably their brothers) when Hinoka states she hears footsteps; the Rainbow Sage appears on the scene and thanks the girls for coming, with Elise recognizing him. The Rainbow Sage states there are some who call him by that name, but then states he is not a being of this world--he comes from a different place altogether, presiding over the Possible World; Elise asks the Rainbow Sage what he means, to which he states he requires the girls' assistance--he must borrow the strength of one from the Finished World, and that's why he wrote the letter. After an apology from Hinoka, Camilla asks the Rainbow Sage if Corrin really is in danger, to which the Rainbow Sage confirms--but it's not the Corrin they know, the Corrin of another world is in mortal peril, to which Camilla asks him what he's talking about. The Rainbow Sage states the Corrin he wishes to save lives in the Ongoing World, a world which has been embroiled in a fierce war which has been devastating the land, one quite similar to the one the girls recently fought in; after a shocked reaction from Sakura, the Rainbow Sage states the Corrin of the Ongoing World has chosen a path and is fighting tooth and nail for the future, yet more power is required to help the Corrin of the Ongoing World along his/her way--and that is why he requires the girls' assistance, asking them to lend him their strength.
Hinoka asks the Rainbow Sage if he wants them to go to the Ongoing World so they can fight, to which the Rainbow Sage states he does not possess the ability to send the girls to the Ongoing World--instead, they must all spar, to determine which of the girls is the mightiest warrior, and only then will they be able to assist the Corrin of the Ongoning World on his/her journey; Elise, reacting shockingly, asks how she could possibly have to fight against Camilla, Hinoka, and Sakura, that they're family, with Sakura asking the Rainbow Sage if he wants them to fight to the death, which the Rainbow Sage denies. The Rainbow Sage states he simply needs to tap into the power of whichever of the girls is the strongest, and if everything goes well, they may be able to make something to aid the Corrin of the Ongoing World; after a puzzled reaction from Sakura followed by the Rainbow Sage asking the girls if they'll help, Camilla states she'll help--she doesn't care if it's an entirely different world, she would do anything for Corrin--followed by Hinoka also stating she'll help--the Corrin of the Finished World fought bravely beside them and now it's their turn to help Corrin. The Rainbow Sage states he had a feeling the girls would be up for the challenge--as earlier today, their brothers made the same decision, all agreeing to take the challenge without a moment of hesitation; he states the boys are all willing to do whatever is necessary to help the Corrin of the Ongoing World, and he sees the girls are no different and they obviously have a great deal in common with the boys. As the girls each state their intentions of winning, the Rainbow Sage states he can see they're not lacking in enthusiasm and is curious as to who will emerge victorious; he then states he will transport the girls to the battleground and has taken the liberty of summoning their retainers, wishing them the best of luck. Once the player has selected their chosen team, the battle begins.
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Ryoma Hinoka Takumi Sakura Xander Camilla Leo Elise
Once the battle ends, Takumi tells Hinata and Oboro they fought really well and that he's impressed; Hinata notes the experience was easy and tells him that he loves a tough battle, with Oboro telling him that she'll always give him everything she has, to which Takumi states that no one could ask for a more loyal retinue and thanks the two. The Rainbow Sage then notes the victors represent the skill and virtue of Hoshido, to which Takumi confirms; the Rainbow Sage states he can't say he's terribly surprised, but congratulates Takumi nonetheless, then asks the three of them if they would place their hands together, to which Takumi confirms. The Rainbow Sage chants an incantation, after which he states the ritual worked perfectly, and thanks to their triumph, new objects have been born; Takumi asks what the objects are, to which the Rainbow Sage states are a Secret Book and a Dread Scroll, proof of Takumi's team's triumph, and that he's certain they will be a great help to the Corrin of the Ongoing World. Takumi thanks the Rainbow Sage for his help, to which the Rainbow Sage tells him he should be thanking him, he's grateful for all of their help--regardless of the path Corrin follows, he/she and Takumi will always share a bond, his feelings for him/her will transcend the distance between worlds; should Takumi wish to grant the Corrin of the Ongoing World more power, he can come to the Rainbow Sage again, that he will always be waiting.
A battle to determine the strongest royal. And the last one standing is—
North American eShop summary
The Hoshidan and Nohrian royals are strong, but just who is the strongest?
Rewards: Varies by victor
|Victory: Rout the enemy
|Defeat: The player's army is routed
|Difficulty rating: ★★★★
30 columns by 30 rows
North America: 119
PAL region: ??
|Map phase music: Contest of Pride|
Battle phase music: Contest of Pride (Blast)
United States: $2.49
United Kingdom: £2.29
New Zealand: $4.25
|Also available in: Series 1 (Japan)|
Map Pack 1 (international) Pack
United States: $17.99
United Kingdom: £16.19
New Zealand: $30.60
In this chapter, the player controls characters separate from their normal game progress. As such, these setups are used only in this chapter and do not affect gameplay in any other instance. These same setups are used for the characters both as playable units and as enemy units; any items denoted in green text followed by a bag icon are dropped if the character is an enemy unit in a playing of the chapter.
Team Ryoma Team Hinoka Team Takumi Team Sakura Team Xander Team Camilla Team Leo Team Elise
These items are obtained as rewards to be used in the player's actual game progress:
In addition, all enemy units drop items for use specifically in this chapter. Note that if the player has chosen that unit's particular triad as their playable characters, these items will still be available as part of their initial inventories.
There are no event tiles in this chapter.
Dragon Veins in this chapter are stated to have the effect "Duplicates all allies. Halt foes for 1 turn.". They are as follows:
- Column 6, row 25: Six squares west, four squares north of Ryoma's initial starting position.
- Column 20, row 30: Seven squares south of Odin's starting position.
- Column 17, row 22: Ten squares north, three squares west of Hana's starting position.
- Column 25, row 7: Four squares west, three squares north of Azama's initial starting position.
- Column 19, row 13: Eleven squares south of Xander's and Laslow's starting position.
- Column 12, row 21: Eight squares south, two squares east of Hinata's starting position.
- Column 12, row 4: Eleven squares east, one square south of Arthur's starting position.
- Column 5, row 8: Nine squares north, four squares east of Camilla's and Selena's starting position.
Basic unit data
These units are either playable or enemy depending on the player's choices at the start of the chapter.
|This section details unofficial strategies that may help with completion of the chapter. This may not work for everybody.
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- As a Master Ninja with its class's normal level 5 advanced class skill (Lethality) would give Team Ryoma an unfair advantage, Saizo and Kagero in this chapter have had the skill slots that would have normally been Lethality swapped with alternate skills (Rend Heaven and Seal Speed respectively).
- Camilla strangely has two points fewer in Magic in this chapter compared to in Beach Brawl, despite all units being five levels higher and all 191 of the other potentially variable stats having either held steady or increased between the chapters. (Any other decreases in visible stat can be attributed to either the loss or reduction of a beneficial weapon effect from Beach Brawl and/or the gain or increase of a penalizing weapon effect in this chapter.)
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
Battle for the Strongest Royal
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- ↑ DLC - Fire Emblem™ Fates for Nintendo 3DS - Revelations, Maps (archived by the Wayback Machine), nintendo.com, Retrieved: November 1, 2016
- ↑ Fire Emblem Fates | Nintendo 3DS | Games, nintendo.co.uk, Retrieved: November 1, 2016
- ↑ Fire Emblem Fates | Nintendo 3DS | Games, nintendo.com.au, Retrieved: November 1, 2016