Fire Emblem: Hasha no Tsurugi
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Fire Emblem: Hasha no Tsurugi

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Fire Emblem: The Champion's Sword, Fire Emblem: The Champion's Blade
Japanese: ファイアーエムブレム 覇者の剣

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 45
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 6, 2001 to Jul 6, 2005
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy, MagicMagic, Martial ArtsMartial Arts, ShounenShounen
Authors: Izawa, Hiroshi (Story), Yamada, Koutarou (Art)
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Monthly)

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Ranked: #39982
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Popularity: #5715
Members: 1,899
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Synopsis

Centuries ago, the continent Elibe was ravaged by the Scouring, a war between humans and dragons, resulting in the dragons being banished to another world. Now, another war has begun with Zephiel, ruler of the Kingdom of Bern, who declares his intent to conquer all of Elibe. True to his word, his armies soon begin attacking neighboring countries. In one of these countries, Lycia, a courageous and reckless boy named Al lives in isolation in the mountains with his father, a blacksmith.

On a whim, Al decides to leave home and go on a journey to see the world. He arrives in a city occupied by Bern's army and meets Gant, a knight who is serving Bern in return for the safety of his liege, Princess Tiena of Tania. Al and Gant team up to fight the occupiers and then escape together. Gant recognizes the sword Al was given by his father as a relic from the time of the Scouring, and tells him that it could have a connection to the Fire Emblem, a power capable of defeating dragons. Al decides that he wants to find the Fire Emblem, but before doing so he must rescue Princess Tiena.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

Background

Fire Emblem: Hasha no Tsurugi, which was serialized in Shounen Jump, is a side story of the Game Boy Advance game Fire Emblem: Fuuin no Tsurugi (known in the West as Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade). It follows a cast of original characters whose paths occasionally cross with Roy, the protagonist of the game.

Characters

Al
Main
Gant
Main
Roy
Supporting
Eliwood
Supporting
Lilina
Supporting
Lance
Supporting
Perceval
Supporting
Elffin
Supporting
Chad
Supporting
Douglas
Supporting

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Aug 18, 2010
SoloJolii (All reviews)
Fire Emblem Hasha no Tsurugi is a manga i started reading after i found out Roy was in (as a big video game fan, i used to play Melee alot, and i ended up being probably the biggest roy fangirl ever) i can't say this manga was at all what i expected, i never played the original game for GBA, and even if i did, this is a side-story of the game, ive played some Fire Emblem games, and i can tell that this story is NOT how Fire Emblem games work, it's even better, even after getting completelly stabbed you can get healed and read more
Jan 13, 2009
kuglefang (All reviews)
Interested in reading a manga that feels like an old school Japanese RPG? If so then this manga might be (and I mean MIGHT BE) for you. This manga feels like it was written during the late 1980's all the way to the early 1990's because the story and design is so similar to the early Final Fantasy games.

The story is about a boy with a strong sense of justice named Al who inherited a powerful sword from his father during an age of conflict and warfare. He travels across the continent (or world... I'm not really sure) and ends up getting involved in fighting read more
Feb 8, 2016
SebastianM20 (All reviews)
As a Fire Emblem fan, I really needed to read this. Fire emblem Hasha no Tsurugi is a side story for Fire Emblem Binding Blade (a GBA game) who changes the main protagonist, from Roy, to Al.
The story follows the journey of Al, a brave 15 years old kid who gets involved in a war that will affect all the continent (not world, continent)
First, the premise of the history is a cliche, a boy with a strong sense of justice who travel with his friends and save the world-sorry, continent. Still, you shouldn't judge this for the premise, but, the development, i mean, a lot read more

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