This is a list of some references to Fire Emblem and cameos in popular culture.

Kirby Super Star/Kirby Super Star UltraEdit


The Falchion made a cameo in the Great Cave Offensive.

In the Great Cave Offensive, the Archanea version of Falchion made a cameo as one of the treasures and items along with the other items from other Nintendo games. The Falchion worth 375,000 G.

In the English version of the game, the Falchion refers as "Sword". However, in the Japanese version of the game and its remake, Kirby Super Star Ultra renamed as "Falchion" in all regions.[1]

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year DoorEdit


A young Toad from Petalburg talking to Mario about Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade (as Fire Emblem).

“There's this one game that just absolutely rules. It's called "Fire Emblem"...”
—A young Toad raves about Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade to Mario

In Petalburg, there is a young Toad that the player can talk to you and he said that his favorite video game is Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade (as Fire Emblem) and he said about the game that it "rocks his socks". This game was also developed by Intelligent Systems.[2]

This reference is only available in the English version of the game.

Donkey Konga 3: Tabehōdai! Haru Mogitate 50 KyokuEdit

The "Fire Emblem" opera theme from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light and Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade commercials were featured in the Japan-only game.

Daigasso! Band-BrothersEdit

One of the two tracks features Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light's Theme and Map ~ Player Attack as a song. [3]

Trace Memory/Another Code: Two MemoriesEdit


The book: "Path of Radiance", is seen in Trace Memory.

In the Golden Bird Room, before the player pick up the E Book, the leftmost book is called "Path of Radiance", a reference to the Nintendo GameCube's game title Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. [4]

Glory of HeraclesEdit

Archanea (North American localized version name of Archanea in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon) was referenced by Princess Piazza when the player has their party attempt to sneak into Trantian's giant wooden horse heading for Troy and Princess Piazza tells a lie to sneak on the horse:

“I am Princess Piazza, representative of Trantia's ally nation of, er, Archanea.”
—Princess Piazza refereed about Archanea. [5]

Metal Combat: Falcon's RevengeEdit

The level up music from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light and Fire Emblem Gaiden was used in the game. Like Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, it was developed by Intelligent Systems.[6]

World War BlueEdit

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Fare (middle-right), a Fire Emblem type character in the anime World War Blue.

Fare is a character who representing Fire Emblem in the manga and anime World War Blue, a reimagining of the console wars between Nintendo and Sega.[7]

The Fire Emblem series is also mentioned by Professor Mushroom in the FAQ in Part 2, Chapter 1: Green Hill, on Volume 2.

Guinness World Records (Book)Edit

The book of Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer's Edition has a Fire Emblem reference in Page 148 in the RPG section and it shows the box artwork of FE9 and it shows the info about the Fire Emblem series and it was marked the Fire Emblem series as the Longest-Running Strategy RPG series in their Records. Also, they marked it in the 2012 Gamer's Edition as Twelve Games that were released instead of Eleven Games and it also surprisingly that they marked as FE12 as the latest game around in 2012, since Guinness World Records have seen FE12 was released in Japan and it wasn't released outside of Japan since it did showed their info in the book as "The latest one was released for the Nintendo DS on July 10th, 2010.", which its strange that they didn't include FE13 in the 2012 Gamer's Edition, that the game was released in Japan in April 19th, 2012 and it was announced outside of Japan around Late 2012 before it was released in US around February 4th, 2013.

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (IDW Comics)Edit

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A pony version of Lucina (seen on the right) in My Little Pony: Legends of Magic #2.

In the 2nd issue of IDW Publishing's My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic miniseries, Legends of Magic, Lucina, shown as a blue pony, makes a cameo appearance as one of the ponies cheering on Rockhoof as he is eating a large quantity of oats from a boat-shaped bowl.

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