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This is my first Fire Emblem experience. Fire Emblem fans should i start normal with classic perma death difficulty or hard and classic perma death difficulty? At the moment normal feels ridiculously easy and i have played other strategy games like FF Tactics and Jeanne D'arc so it is not like i am new to this type of strategy RPG gameplay. I think i should start over on hard while it is early days right or will i hit a brick wall as is the case sometimes in these types of games?
Thanks in advance!
Last edited by AC!D; 07-10-2013 at 12:11 AM.
I started off on Normal for my first playthrough, and jumped to Lunatic after that, so I never went through HARD to see how the difficulty was for that. The game does get pretty easy around the middle on Normal, and it won't start getting more difficult until the chapters close to the end.
If you understand the basics of the game, like the pair ups and class systems, then you should do alright on HARD. If it's anything like Lunatic, the beginning chapters are going to be some of the most difficult chapters. I would recommend playing Casual on the harder difficulties to avoid frustrations and constant resets if you lose a favorite character. Either way though, my main tips are to always be aware of the enemy's attack ranges and to be more on the defensive side than being aggressive on offense. Also, don't be afraid to depend on Frederick in the early chapters if you get into trouble, but not too much since you don't want him taking all the experience from kills.
I certainly had a much more enjoyable time with the game on a harder difficulty, so I would recommend going up to HARD if it's feeling too easy for you.
Is there a way to repair weapons in this game? I have been looking all over the menus but nothing. I feel like i am making normal fights harder with lower level weapons to save up the best ones for more difficult fights ahead.
A useful skill to have is called Armsthrift, which is learned by Mercenaries. With that skill, weapons have a chance of not being used up after an attack. The percentage is based on the LUCK stat of the unit.
I see thanks!. I guess that balancing act is an intentional extra layer of strategy. Anyway the game is a blast and i am already more attached to my 3DS than i ever have been with the Wii U. Zero buyers remorse here and Animal Crossing should be at my door on Monday morning. That should be a great break from so many violent games i have been playing recently. Good times!
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