A remarkable collection of free Fire Emblem: Awakening walkthroughs from community contributor Garitt Rocha . . .
As the title suggests, Pocket Adviser is a series of guides featuring tips and strategies on every battle. They'll also touch on other aspects of the game as they pop-up, but battles are the focus here.
Things step in difficulty as one of your party members forgets his weapon and the rest of your group attempts to fight across a heavily-guarded bridge.
Chapter 3 of Fire Emblem awakening has you tackling the soldiers of the Longfort. Combat becomes it bit more nuanced, so learning the tricks and skills accessible to you is going to be your greatest path to success.
Fire Emblem Awakening opens up a ton on this chapter with the introduction of the Wireless feature.
Dealing with the enemy is bad enough, but dealing with an abundance of enemy reinforcements makes it that much worse.
Your first Paralogue (sidequest) involves helping a simple farmboy become a soldier. It's tougher than it sounds and this guide can help you through it.
Things get heated in this fight as you'll have to deal with a large force that will rush you without prejudice.
A battle across the densely forested area of the Twins' Turf while racing to a village on the other-side of the map before your enemies reach it? I've got you covered.
Things are taking a turn for the more difficult. Ylisstol was tough, but the challenge doesn't stop there. The solution? Bring back the Phalanx.
The desert: such a harsh and hostile place. Luckily, your enemies have to deal with it just as much as you do. And better news: I'm going to teach you about Master and Second Seals.
This fight is much the same as Paralogue 2's, with the key difference being that you have to save a group of mindless refugees from bringing about their own destruction. Enjoy!
Back to the desert to attack the enemy head on. This a pretty to-the-point fight, but there is some nuance. I've got you covered.
Those blasted ruffians are at it again and Anna is the point of their focus. But wait...something's different.