Fire Emblem is a tactical RPG which takes place in multiple medieval fantasy settings. Most of the games feature different characters and locations but all still exist in the same multiverse.
Power of the Verse
Overall Fire Emblem is a decently powerful verse; fodder characters in most Fire Emblem games have been known to withstand the Meteor tome, which packs Town levels of destruction. Except for the GBA characters fodder who should still be Building level+ due to standing up to Bolting, which is treated as a real lightning bolt.
There are many large dragons in the games which have been shown destroying large castle towers and the strongest endgame bosses are commonly seen as threats to casually destroy entire countries. Ashunera, the most powerful character in any of the main Fire Emblem entries, also reaches Multi-Continent level via flooding the entire world except for one continent; this scales to Ashera and Yune due to the two of them being half the power of Ashunera.
A typical Fire Emblem character should have massively hypersonic combat speed and reactions as many of them can dodge arrows, cloud to ground lightning attacks, and meteors on a regular basis. Also, the swordmaster attack animations in some games show them moving faster than the eye can see and casting several after images.
- Ashunera´s Tierings
- Bolting dodging (Back up low end feat, for FE 1-15)
- Bolganone calc (Back up low end feat for FE 1-5 and 9-15)
- Fire Emblem 4 Meteor (Scales to every FE universe except 6, 7, 8 and Spin-offs; back up low end for 9 and 10, and back up low end speed feat)
- Dodging Bolting (Applies to all of FE except for Fire Emblem Heroes; also scales to FE 6, 7, and 8 characters' 8-C tier and durability)
- Rexbolt (Scales to every character in FE 9 and 10)
- Flames of power64
- First Witch
- The Divine Phoenix
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon/New Mystery of the Emblem
Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
Fire Emblem: Geneaology of the Holy War
Fire Emblem: Thracia 776