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Sorry for not checking myself. Today I did check in the one save I didn't have Marth recruited in (ch. 18 Conquest), and yeah, you were definitely right. My mistake, I should have double checked in the first place instead of trying to remember stuff from two years ago. PikaSamus (talk) 20:19, 17 August 2018 (UTC)
- That's alright. I'm just glad you understand I wasn't trying to make a false claim or anything. :) Fastesthe1 (talk) 05:46, 18 August 2018 (UTC)
You seem to like undoing my edits...
Good Afternoon, I have noticed that you seem to be undoing plenty of my edits without merit or reason. For example, you have changed almost all edits that mention Cadros. The Heirs of Fate arc mentions that Cadros was the first king of Valla, and Arete mentions that the first king of Valla was Azura's father. From this we can conclude that Cadros MUST be Azura's father, or their is a missing character who happened to also be the first king of Valla. Also, Heirs of Fate makes note that Anankos killed Cadros during his rages due to degeneration. This is why the in Heirs of Fate Anankos is surprised to see Shigure (mistaking him for Cadros) because he remembers killing Cadros, the First King of Valla, during a rampage. For more information you can leave a message on my talk page and I usually respond within 24 hours. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by ParagonArcher (talk • contribs). Remember to always sign your talk page comments with ~~~~!
- Where was it stated that Azura's father was explicitly the first king of Valla? Such a statement anywhere would contradict part 3 of Heirs of Fate, where Azura's ghost states that she never knew Cadros apart from songs and portraits, which would be impossible if Cadros were Azura's father...--Shiningpikablu252 (talk) 02:17, 2 September 2019 (UTC)
A character not knowing their father is nothing new in Fire Emblem Fates. Corrin never knew his father to be Anankos, Elise never met her father Garon before he lost his mind, and in Heirs of Fate several children mention that they never really new their father. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by ParagonArcher (talk • contribs). Remember to always sign your talk page comments with ~~~~!
- It's actually indirectly stated by Anankos that Cadros and Azura's father are two different people in Hidden Truths 2, as he mentions that Valla has several generations of kings. "[The dragon] was especially close with a long line of great kings, whom he spent much time with. But hundreds of years ago, the dragon realized something terrible. His ancient animal instincts were beginning to invade his thoughts. Though he adored his kingdom, he also felt an intense desire to destroy it. [...] That is why he left an ancient and powerful song with the Vallite king of the time. [...] To ensure this world's safety, the dragon increased his blessings of power over time. He bestowed this gift upon each generation of the royal family, and them alone. He did so hoping one day, when the time came, they might be able to stop him. Sadly, the final king in that royal line was killed before he could sing the song." I know Fates's script can be difficult to interpret sometimes, but I hope this provides suffice evidence that Cadros is not Azura's father. I'm sorry if I hurt your feelings. Fastesthe1 (talk) 05:50, 4 September 2019 (UTC)
@Fastesthe1 I guess I misread that... Very, VERY sorry for all this trouble. I judt didn't understand was was meant by that. Thank you for clarifying. - The Paragon Archer (Sorry) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by ParagonArcher (talk • contribs). Remember to always sign your talk page comments with ~~~~!