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The Outrealms are numerous areas outside of the main world of ''Awakening'' that are mostly unrelated to the main storyline and provide extra challenges for the player. In most maps, the spirit of legendary heroes and villains from previous Fire Emblem games, known as Einherjars, are encountered, requiring the player to either work with or defeat these spirits. After completing most maps in the Outrealms, the player is rewarded with an Einherjar card containing the spirit of a legendary past Fire Emblem character including [[Marth]], [[Eirika]], [[Alm]], and [[Katarina]] to be recruited into their army. Other maps are used for acquiring [[The Golden Gaffe|funds]], listening to special conversations at a [[Harvest Scramble|festival]], saving the future children from [[Grima (character)|Grima]] in an [[Future of Despair 3|alternate future]], or other such missions.
 
The Outrealms are numerous areas outside of the main world of ''Awakening'' that are mostly unrelated to the main storyline and provide extra challenges for the player. In most maps, the spirit of legendary heroes and villains from previous Fire Emblem games, known as Einherjars, are encountered, requiring the player to either work with or defeat these spirits. After completing most maps in the Outrealms, the player is rewarded with an Einherjar card containing the spirit of a legendary past Fire Emblem character including [[Marth]], [[Eirika]], [[Alm]], and [[Katarina]] to be recruited into their army. Other maps are used for acquiring [[The Golden Gaffe|funds]], listening to special conversations at a [[Harvest Scramble|festival]], saving the future children from [[Grima (character)|Grima]] in an [[Future of Despair 3|alternate future]], or other such missions.
   
Some of the realms are original locations that include a [[EXPonential Growth|village inside of a ruin]], a [[Five-Anna Firefight|volcano]], and even a [[Summer Scramble|beach]]. Other locations are recreations of past Fire Emblem maps like [[Talys]] from ''[[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light]]'' and ''[[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon]]'', [[Gebal Castle]] from ''[[Path of Radiance]]'', and the [[Dragon's Gate (location)|Dragon's Gate]] from ''[[Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]]''.
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Some of the realms are original locations that include a [[EXPonential Growth|village inside of a ruin]], a [[Five-Anna Firefight|volcano]], and even a [[Summer Scramble|beach]]. Other locations are recreations of past Fire Emblem maps like [[Talys]] from ''[[Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Tsurugi]]'' and ''[[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon]]'', [[Gebal Castle]] from ''[[Path of Radiance]]'', and the [[Dragon's Gate (location)|Dragon's Gate]] from ''[[Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken]]''.
   
 
In Future Past 3 and [[Hidden Truths 2]], Grima and [[Lilith]] hint that those that come from other worlds do not retain as much power as they do in their original world.
 
In Future Past 3 and [[Hidden Truths 2]], Grima and [[Lilith]] hint that those that come from other worlds do not retain as much power as they do in their original world.
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