Fire Emblem: Thracia 776

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Fire Emblem: Thracia 776
Developer Intelligent Systems
Publisher Nintendo
System Super NES, Virtual Console
Release Date Super NES (Nintendo Power)
JP September 1, 1999
Super NES
JP January 21, 2000
Virtual Console
JP July 15, 2008
Wii U Virtual Console
JP July 10, 2013
Gallery GH Gallery

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 is the fifth game in the Fire Emblem series as well as the third and last Fire Emblem game released for the Super Famicom. It was originally released over the Nintendo Power system and was the last Nintendo game made for the Super Famicom. Like the previous Fire Emblem games, it was not released outside Japan.



The game follows Prince Leaf as he assembles an army and seeks to reclaim his homeland of Lenster, taking place during Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu.


As in previous Fire Emblem games, the player maneuvers units around a map and battles enemy units. This game reprises some of the features introduced by the previous game, such as the skills system, but also introduces new features such as the option to have soldiers to dismount from horses, fatigue stats which will cause soldiers to become tired and unable to battle if used too much, the ability to capture enemies, the infamous "fog of war" which could obstruct battles and the ability to rescue other player units, the latter two would become regular parts of the games.



  • In Japan, it was released for download over the Wii's Virtual Console in July 2008 and for the Wii U Virtual Console in July 2013.


This was the last game in its continuity and was followed by Fire Emblem: Fuuin no Tsurugi for the Game Boy Advance.

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