Welcome to the Fire Emblem Wiki, FarEastwood!
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Welcome to the Fire Emblem Wiki, and thank you for your contributions! There is a lot to do around here, so I hope you will continue to edit our wiki.
We are really happy to have you here, and look forward to contributing with you!
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Otherarrow (talk) 23:33, September 10, 2016 (UTC)

Appreciation[edit source]

Hello, just passing by to thank you for your great contributions so far. Don't hesitate to contact me or Otherarrow if you have any trouble while editing here. ^^ -- Khang (talk)

01:15, September 19, 2016 (UTC)

I'm glad to help out, and I appreciate the reach out. Here's to making this wikia great! FarEastwood 02:01, September 19, 2016 (UTC)

Armored category page[edit source]

Wanted to say the Armored Unit category looks good, but I was wondering if you'd be ok if adding terrain effects for Armored Units is added to the To-Do list? Note this is excluding skills of course. But basically in the vast majority of Fire Emblem games, even Gaiden, Armored classes are effected differently by terrain. Like being unable to cross hills in Gaiden. Here's an FE2 link with how terrain effects them. Emperor Hardin (talk)

Yeah, for sure! I see you've already started adding info on that—thanks, dude! I'll look around for more info. —FarEastwood (talk) 18:20, September 26, 2016 (UTC)
Great, I'll add more terrain effects, and work on Horseback Units too! While some of  these categories are less consistent, do you have plans for the Dragon, Flying, Bandit(Will note terrain effects for Pirate too),  and Swordfighter? For clarification there are games with effective weaponry against Bandits(Brigand, Thief, Pirate, and Barbarian), and Swordfighter(Myrmidon/Swordmaster, and Mercenary/Hero).
Awesome, I appreciate it!
Yeah, I currently have plans on adding info to the Flying Unit, Monster, and Laguz tribe pages over the course of the next few weeks. And I planned on making pages for Beast and Dragon units, but I haven't come up with a presentable format yet since they're somewhat inclusive in the types of classes they cover (with Dragon covering Manaketes and Wyverns; and Beast covering FE13 & FE14 mounts, shapeshifters).
As for Bandits and Swordfighters, idk. They do come up every couple games, but information on weapon effectiveness and even terrain effects vary between them, so I just thought it'd difficult to come up with a cohesive summary of what each typing entails. Basically, I don't have any plans for them.
With all of that being said, I don't have any sentiments of entitlement to any of these kinds of pages or the specific format of these pages, so if you come up with a formula or idea that you really dig, just go for it and I'll probably add stuff to it. In the meantime, happy editing —FarEastwood (talk) 23:19, September 26, 2016 (UTC)
No problem. I can help with the Laguz page. Dragons are definitely worth of note, because there are many recurring unit types under the category, Wyvern mounted units, and the various Manakete species like Fire Dragons. FE3 makes them further notable as Breath ignores the defense of non Dragon type units. Finally there's alot of Anti Dragon weaponry like Wyrmslayers, Divinestones, and Breath of Fog. Sidenote, Taguel weren't too popular. Bandit type units usually have interesting terrain effects to note, mainly Brigands can walk on Peaks, while Pirates can walk on Sea tiles. Emperor Hardin (talk) 23:35, September 26, 2016 (UTC)
Dude, you are definitely much more versed in Dragon unit knowledge than I am. I saw that someone started up a page on Dragon Units, and I think you could definitely add to it, man—especially info on their appearances and capabilities in various games! On a related note, do you know if Hoistflamme deals effective damage against Ice Dragons in FE3? I can't find mention of that in various sources, but someone put that bit in there on the Weapon effectiveness page. I kept it in with a (?) since I can't prove or disprove it, since I haven't played any pre-FE7 games.
Also, there are pages for each of the Laguz tribes ([1], [2], [3]) in addition to the general Laguz page. Idk how much info should be distributed among those pages, but if/when you make mentions of weapon effectiveness or terrain effects, I'll likely follow your lead. I appreciate ya! —FarEastwood (talk) 08:07, September 27, 2016 (UTC)
Thank you, I'll start work on the dragon unit page soon, just let me finish getting pages for the various armor knight variations. FE3 Ice Dragons are weak to all kinds of Fire Attacks, including Hoistflame, though this can only be seen via giving Tiki an Icestone(Bantu can't use it for unexplained reasons) in a chapter with Ballisticians, or hacking a Ballistician in as playable. I'd put the Laguz type effectiveness on the general Laguz type page, while keeping stuff like Fire effecting beasts on the Beast Laguz page. No problem at all, I hope we'll continue to work together. Emperor Hardin (talk) 16:52, September 27, 2016 (UTC)

Pages for Deletion[edit source]

Hey there! Just want to let you know to put this template next time you see a spam page: {{delete}}. It basically does the same thing as just putting the category on the page, but it is a lot faster and does it automatically.—Nauibotics (talk) 18:23, November 11, 2016 (UTC)

Great, thanks for letting me know! Props to your guys' perseverance on the earlier edit war too, btw. It's not easy dealing with persistence, but the block-hammer was on your side in the end. Hopefully, this will discourage them from vandalizing these sorts of platforms from now on. —FarEastwood (talk) 09:01, November 12, 2016 (UTC)
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