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:Well, FE1 and FE3 are sequels of each other with Shadow Dragon and Shin Mansho no Nazo being their remakes. Gaiden takes place in the same world as these games because of the existence of the White Wing sisters and not to mention Camus. Awakening takes place over 2000 years after FE3/FE12 so these 5 games are connected. Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn are in the same world, but are a separate universe, but Ike did disappear after the events of Radiant Dawn, which some speculate that he entered an Otherworld Gate and entered Marth's world, eventually leading to Priam somewhere down the line. However it is debated whether or not if Priam canon. Of course Binding Blade and Rekka no Ken are also a pair series. Other than that, there is no connection between any other world in Fire Emblem that doesn't deal with Awakening's SpotPass and DLC. According to Chrom in Awakening after most DLC Chapters, he knows of most of the Einherjar Lords through various Lores, but this occurs only in the DLC, so Canon is debated once more. Also the World Map of Awakening has been proven to be the entire world, so there are no additional continents meaning that not all 13 Fire Emblem games take place in one world. It's most likely parallel dimensions if anything.—[[User:Nauibotics|Nauibotics]] ([[User talk:Nauibotics|talk]]) 21:05, October 15, 2013 (UTC)
 
:Well, FE1 and FE3 are sequels of each other with Shadow Dragon and Shin Mansho no Nazo being their remakes. Gaiden takes place in the same world as these games because of the existence of the White Wing sisters and not to mention Camus. Awakening takes place over 2000 years after FE3/FE12 so these 5 games are connected. Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn are in the same world, but are a separate universe, but Ike did disappear after the events of Radiant Dawn, which some speculate that he entered an Otherworld Gate and entered Marth's world, eventually leading to Priam somewhere down the line. However it is debated whether or not if Priam canon. Of course Binding Blade and Rekka no Ken are also a pair series. Other than that, there is no connection between any other world in Fire Emblem that doesn't deal with Awakening's SpotPass and DLC. According to Chrom in Awakening after most DLC Chapters, he knows of most of the Einherjar Lords through various Lores, but this occurs only in the DLC, so Canon is debated once more. Also the World Map of Awakening has been proven to be the entire world, so there are no additional continents meaning that not all 13 Fire Emblem games take place in one world. It's most likely parallel dimensions if anything.—[[User:Nauibotics|Nauibotics]] ([[User talk:Nauibotics|talk]]) 21:05, October 15, 2013 (UTC)
 
:With the existence of the Outrealm in ''Awakening'', I would assume that all Fire Emblem games are connected, even if slightly. ~''[[User:Hyper Zergling|<span style="color:yellow;">Hyper</span>]] [[User talk:Hyper Zergling|<span style="color:blue;">Zergling</span>]]'' 13:42, October 16, 2013 (UTC)
 
:With the existence of the Outrealm in ''Awakening'', I would assume that all Fire Emblem games are connected, even if slightly. ~''[[User:Hyper Zergling|<span style="color:yellow;">Hyper</span>]] [[User talk:Hyper Zergling|<span style="color:blue;">Zergling</span>]]'' 13:42, October 16, 2013 (UTC)
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::A minor correction: the world of Awakening features at least 3 continents other than Ylisse and Valm--you can see them by panning the world map. Everything else I mostly agree with. [[User:Aveyn Knight|Aveyn Knight]] ([[User talk:Aveyn Knight|talk]]) 19:12, October 16, 2013 (UTC)

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IndexVillageIs the Fire Emblem universe all on one world or does the FE serie's span across diffrent world's, parallel or alternate reality's?

well, ive recently gotten into the fire emblem gaming and lore and ive noticed something, i think all of the fire emblem game's reside on the same world that thier respective story's take place on. there are a few contridictions to this theory though as in game's like FE: Shadow Dragon and awakening have diffrent race's, god's and history that are not related to the game's like FE: path of radiance or radiant dawn (i think it was called that.) but this thoery of FE: PoR/RD and FE:SD/ Awakening bieng on diffrent world is also contradicted due to the fact that one of the paralouge's in FE: Awakening allows you to recruit a descendent of Ike named paris. he come's with ike's weapon as well so this further prove's the theory that all the FE games are all on the same plane of existance. my only question is how come there are diffrent god's that nobody has thought they were interconected to each other in some way yet. half of the god's that exist in the world sealed away or something like that while the other half live on another plane that co-exists with the real world. someone please help my clarify the lore of fire emblem so my brain doesnt exploude from overthinking this.

Well, FE1 and FE3 are sequels of each other with Shadow Dragon and Shin Mansho no Nazo being their remakes. Gaiden takes place in the same world as these games because of the existence of the White Wing sisters and not to mention Camus. Awakening takes place over 2000 years after FE3/FE12 so these 5 games are connected. Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn are in the same world, but are a separate universe, but Ike did disappear after the events of Radiant Dawn, which some speculate that he entered an Otherworld Gate and entered Marth's world, eventually leading to Priam somewhere down the line. However it is debated whether or not if Priam canon. Of course Binding Blade and Rekka no Ken are also a pair series. Other than that, there is no connection between any other world in Fire Emblem that doesn't deal with Awakening's SpotPass and DLC. According to Chrom in Awakening after most DLC Chapters, he knows of most of the Einherjar Lords through various Lores, but this occurs only in the DLC, so Canon is debated once more. Also the World Map of Awakening has been proven to be the entire world, so there are no additional continents meaning that not all 13 Fire Emblem games take place in one world. It's most likely parallel dimensions if anything.—Nauibotics (talk) 21:05, October 15, 2013 (UTC)
With the existence of the Outrealm in Awakening, I would assume that all Fire Emblem games are connected, even if slightly. ~Hyper Zergling 13:42, October 16, 2013 (UTC)
A minor correction: the world of Awakening features at least 3 continents other than Ylisse and Valm--you can see them by panning the world map. Everything else I mostly agree with. Aveyn Knight (talk) 19:12, October 16, 2013 (UTC)
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