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Page title: References to Fire Emblem in other media
There are occasionally references to the Fire Emblem franchise within other media properties. This page exists to document them. Crossover appearances of Fire Emblem characters are not included on this list.
Crusader Kings II
In the Holy Fury expansion of the video game Crusader Kings II, dragon characters can be generated in the "random world" feature. Several of the names that can be randomly given to dragon-cultured characters are taken from Manaketes in Fire Emblem.
For male dragons, the Fire Emblem-related names that can be randomly given are Bantu, Mannu, Khozen, Morzas, Xemcel, Medeus, Morva, and Nils. Female dragon characters may be randomly named Naga, Tiki, Nagi, Myrrh, Ninian, or Nah.
Kirby Super Star
In Kirby Super Star's "The Great Cave Offensive" sub-game, Falchion is an obtainable treasure. Its name was changed to "Sword" in the original SNES version's localization, but its name was kept as "Falchion" in the English version of the DS remake.
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
In the English localization of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, a Toad character mentions that he has been playing GBA games, and that he especially likes the game Fire Emblem. In the original Japanese version, this Toad instead says that he has recently been playing the Famicom and especially likes Super Mario Bros..
- ↑ Reddit thread on /r/CrusaderKings listing the random names of dragon-cultured characters and the origins of said names
- ↑ Clyde Mandelin, How a Simple Line in Paper Mario Became a Fire Emblem Advertisement, Legends of Localization, Published: 14 January 2014, Retrieved: 31 December 2019