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A Team's Journey: Part 3
Breidablik's Secret Power
"Magvel? You mean Loki did throw us into another world entirely?!" Ike gasped, stupefied.
"I'm afraid so," Frederick replied. "This means we're going to have to find a way to open a portal in this world that will lead us back to Askr."
"...Well, that's just terrific."
Ike grumbled for a moment before continuing.
"Now that I think about it though, didn't that one dragon girl, Myrrh, mention that the Darkling Woods were her home? I don't get how she could stand to live here!"
"Well, these woods weren't always like this," Frederick explained. "At one point, it became a dark and dangerous place full of terrifying monsters. It was due to a being in this world known as the Demon King. He was originally sealed away in a temple here. But he had escaped and was later defeated by the efforts of Prince Ephraim and Princess Eirika of Renais. We must've been transported to a period where that hadn't happened yet."
"I see... Well, in any case, we'll have to find a wa
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A Team's Journey: Part 2
Into the Unknown
"UGH! Neither of you saw ANYTHING?" Kels erupted at the two comrades that had remained with her after the recent battle.
"I...got really caught up in the fighting," an aqua green haired lance wielder replied. "Sorry about that."
"I'm sorry too..." a blue haired man carrying a large axe replied. He was dressed in a brown and gold outfit befitting a veteran warrior, and yet, he looked like a younger version of the now missing legendary Ike.
"I suppose I'm not that good at noticing things around me when I'm fighting either..." he continued. "Frederick is much better at that. Maybe there are things I could learn from him and my older self."
"Me too, especially as prince of Renais," the lancer replied.
"Yes, I only wish I could've been there," the more normal version of Frederick replied, his light blue heavy armor clanking as he moved about. "But I know you were using an Earth team, milady."
Frederick's summer variation may have had an Earth blessing, but his normal
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A Team's Journey: Part 1 (FE Heroes Fic)
The Trickster's Spell
"You two sure you can take that side without the rest of us nearby?" the summoner and tactician of the group known as the Order of Heroes inquired. A woman in a white hooded cloak with hints of long dark blonde hair, she spoke to two tall muscular men. One was a blue-haired warrior garbed in ornate teal blue armor, a long red headband, and a dark red cape that was split into three flowing sections. He carried a large golden sword over his shoulder. The other man had dark brown hair and wasn't wearing much other than light blue swim shorts and a short-sleeved blue hoodie. He carried only a sharp seashell as his weapon. He had been brought into the army under rather unusual circumstances.
"Yeah, Kels, it shouldn't be much trouble," the blue-haired man agreed. "You did help us train to be quite powerful, you know. I can't even catch this version of Frederick! I'm surprised at how fast he is without his armor."
"I only do what is necessary to be strong," Frederick com
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Pregnancy Meme #7: A Royal Couple!
Pregnancy Meme 7: Bryan x Faline

Choose two characters who would like to be a couple. What franchise are they from?
Bryan and Faline, two characters from my Fire Emblem fic, FE: Dawn of Darkness! Obviously, they're FE OCs.
How did the couple react when the mother found out that she was pregnant?
Bryan: *looking over paperwork on his desk* Ugh, how do these nobles wrap their heads around this stuff, Faline? It's been two years since we were crowned and I'm still totally confused sometimes!
Faline: *grinning a little* I don't really know myself, honestly. But we'll get the hang of it, dear, I'm sure of it!
Bryan: I hope... But why are you looking strangely happy?
Faline: Oh, I'm just having a good day! *smile*
Bryan: ...Really? With all the things we put up with here? I guess even then there's an occasional nice day. *thumbing through more sheets of parchment until he sees one with a rather sloppy doodle of a baby, and the words "Daddy Do List" and a few r
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A Different New Addition
"Annie, sweetie, I'm just not sure what to do," a teal haired woman spoke to the infant she was nursing in her bedchambers. "Your father doesn't even know what else could be done."
Of course, since infants could not talk, Antoinette merely kept suckling. She was several months old at this point, and gaining a nice head of hair with the same color as her mother. It wouldn't be long before she would begin weaning Antoinette, however, as the baby girl was also in the process of teething and learning to eat solid foods. Her mother merely sighed as she continued feasting on the breast milk.
"I've given Twilight plenty of exercise and fed her properly," she said. "And even tried following your father's own crazy steed exercise regiment. He would always say it kept Sir Kieran in shape. But Twilight still looks too heavy..."
For the past few months, her Pegasus, Twilight, had been steadily gaining weight despite any efforts to keep her healthy. Though she looked fine otherwise, her owner still
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Character Study: Frederick
Welcome to my character study!  This will be about Frederick, the bear meat-hating, campfire-loving butler knight. Frederick is a veteran knight from the halidom of Ylisse, who first appears in Fire Emblem: Awakening. He is the lieutenant of the Shepherds, led by Ylisse's own prince, Chrom, and is also the personal retainer of Chrom and his sister, Lissa. He eventually also becomes the official knight captain and in charge of training and commanding new recruits to the army. If he's married, his wife may help him out here too, depending on who she is. In terms of gameplay, he is one of several characters in the Fire Emblem series that falls into the Jagen or Oifey archtypes. More specifically, he's an Oifey, a subgroup of Jagens that have better growths than usual. Most notable for Frederick is his HP growth, a whopping 110%, which means he can gain 2 HP on one level up. Unlike most Jagens and Oifeys though, he is not a Paladin, but instead is of the Great Knight class, a more phy
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Pregnancy Meme Take 6! Frederick x Kelli 2!
Pregnancy Meme 6: Frederick x Kelli 2

Choose two characters who would like to be a couple. What franchise are they from?


Frederick and my female Robin, named Kelli, from Fire Emblem Awakening! I didn't forget that I gave them a second child too! ;3
How did the couple react when the mother found out that she was pregnant?
Frederick: *feeding one-year-old Morgan* Here comes the Pegasus! Or maybe it's actually a tough wyvern! *spoons oatmeal into Morgan's mouth*
Morgan: *eating and fidgeting with the oatmeal bowl in front of him until it flies into the air and lands on Frederick's head*
Frederick: ACK! Morgan... *oatmeal drips down his hair*
Kelli: Oh! He did it again?! Oh my... *chuckles loudly*
Frederick: *sighing and drumming fingers on the table as both his wife and son are laughing at him*
Kelli: *between laughs* Morgan, you better stop that, young man. Daddy can't keep washing his hair twice every other morning.
Frederick: Tell me about it...
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Dinner Disruption
"Oh, Frederick... Today was amazing," a young woman with a teal blue ponytail and silvery armor said with a bright smile. She and her husband rode the latter's great warhorse towards a camp they and their allies had set up for the evening.
"I'm glad you enjoyed yourself, my love," Frederick replied, his own smile just as radiant as his unruly brown hair flew gently in the breeze. "We had been apart so long, Kelli... I wanted us to cherish being together again at last."
"Oh, of course," Kelli guessed with a chuckle. "Even if you had to stay in that armor all day to do it."
"Even if. I've done that many times anyway, you know. I must do all I can to protect Chrom and Lissa."
"Heh, I know. It's just cute. You know I always thought you were cute this way," Kelli pointed out.
"Oh, indeed," Frederick replied, his cheeks flushing pink.
The young couple was returning from a pleasant ride through the forest after having been reunited in a small meadow not far away. Kelli had disappeared for mor
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Frederick's Search
A heavy rain poured over a small town in northeastern Ylisse. There was no lightning or thunder, but it felt like there should've been. Even so, it wasn't stopping a small tavern in town from getting business, as it was midday and some people were looking for lunch or shelter from the downpour. It was the T-Bone Tavern, known mainly for t-bone steaks, but also had other delights. It wasn't the fanciest establishment, but it was decently modest anyway, with clean wooden counters and tables and fine decor sporting a theme of bulls and wild game.
Which was rather ironic for the cloaked man that just entered, the little bell above the main door jingling as he opened it. Dripping from head to toe, he threw off his reddish brown hood to reveal a brown mop of hair that had been dampened by rain seeping through the hood's fabric. The cloak didn't appear to be anything special, but beneath it, the man wore a simple suit made of a white shirt, black bow tie, and smooth dark blue pants. The bow t
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Kelli (Awakening tactician/Robin)
"How much do I love Frederick? I can't put it into words. He's the best husband I could ever ask for!"

I've drawn this girl in a wedding gown and a swimsuit, but it was about time I drew her in her normal attire! Well, after she switches from Tactician to Dark Flier. Because that's what my Robin, Kelli in Awakening does at some point and stays in that class. Cordelia taught her to ride a Pegasus and Frederick helped her learn mounted lance combat.

And of course, she gets a unique spin on the Dark Flier garb too! Chest plate because PRACTICALITY. I never understood why the basic Dark Flier design lacks a chest plate. It doesn't make sense at all to me. Also, full leggings because I'm tired of almost every FE female being forced to expose their thighs. And again, practicality, because she's on a mount. It's more comfortable to wear pants of some kind in that case.

I gave her a purple and dark blue color scheme because it goes well with her hair color. Teal is my favorite color, so that's what her hair is. =P

I added a few little doodles of her on the side because I wanted to make and show a Robin that was much more full of personality than he/she usually is. When Kelli gets pissed, man does she get pissed (though a majority of the time, she only gets like this if A) other women are trying to flirt with Frederick or B) Frederick or her children are repeatedly being bothered/picked on/harassed/threatened). She had a big crush on Frederick some time before actually winning his heart. And of course, she's a tactician, so she does a lot of strategic thinking!

Another thing I didn't show here though, is that she can also be a bit bubbly on occasion. And unbeknownst to her, Chrom harbored feelings for her for awhile before he married. But of course, Kelli was too blind with love for Frederick to notice, so Chrom's poor heart was aching for a bit when she and Frederick happily announced their engagement. Frederick having grown to love her in return means more to Kelli than just having won her crush and gained a great husband, though. Due to Frederick distrusting her at first and also kind of acting like a jerk at times (at least in her opinion), she had little hope that he would actually ever love her. It didn't stop her from wanting to train with him, care for him, and spend time with him in some other way, but she braced herself for the friend zone if it even got that far.

Frederick and Kelli have two children, Morgan, and a girl named Antoinette (who is my fan daughter for Freddy). Morgan is the older of the two, though he was a premature birth due to unfortunate circumstances (it'd be a long explanation if I went into detail). Antoinette thankfully was a normal pregnancy and birth.

Though she tends to use magic more often than lances (that's why she's holding a Thoron tome here. It's also Robin's signature tome), Kelli actually hits harder with physical weapons. She can still do nice damage with magic too though. She naturally is a bit stronger than she looks, and then since she trains with her Freddy Bear, she definitely gets her body a workout. Her defenses are rather low though, and her speed is average. She has higher Res than Def. Her mount is a dark blue Pegasus mare named Twilight.

Overall, Kelli is admittedly a partial self-insert, but I did my best to give her a few differing characteristics from myself as well. For example, she prefers magic over lances while I'd prefer the lance. She tends to have more of a temper when getting protective of those she loves and cares for. I would just have an attitude rather than get angry (though of course, I can get angry after a point). She likes meat, and I don't really care for it much. I don't really get bubbly either. Oh, and her hair color is obviously different too. lol (And her eye color, for that matter)

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Breidablik's Secret Power

"Magvel? You mean Loki did throw us into another world entirely?!" Ike gasped, stupefied.

"I'm afraid so," Frederick replied. "This means we're going to have to find a way to open a portal in this world that will lead us back to Askr."

"...Well, that's just terrific."

Ike grumbled for a moment before continuing.

"Now that I think about it though, didn't that one dragon girl, Myrrh, mention that the Darkling Woods were her home? I don't get how she could stand to live here!"

"Well, these woods weren't always like this," Frederick explained. "At one point, it became a dark and dangerous place full of terrifying monsters. It was due to a being in this world known as the Demon King. He was originally sealed away in a temple here. But he had escaped and was later defeated by the efforts of Prince Ephraim and Princess Eirika of Renais. We must've been transported to a period where that hadn't happened yet."

"I see... Well, in any case, we'll have to find a way out of here and look for someone that might know anything about how to open that portal we need," Ike replied.

"Yes. Now that I know where we're at, however, I think I can guide us out. From what I know, due to both tales in my world as well as things I've also heard from Prince Ephraim and Myrrh, the only easy way to leave is to go east. The west, north, and south are very hilly and mountainous."

"Ah, so that means we check the sun or look for mountains, and if the sun is setting in the west, we travel in the opposite direction of both!"

"Precisely!"

"I just hope we can reach a good place to sleep before it gets too dark. But care to explain the reasoning behind your behavior now?"

"Ah...yes, of course."

Frederick cringed a bit before speaking again.

"Shall we start traveling again as well though? I don't hear or see any monsters out there."

"Oh, yeah, sure."

With that, the two quietly made for the cave entrance again. To be on the safe side, both took quick peeks around the area outside. No monsters were in view. It wasn't quite sundown yet, but the sun was near the position that it would be in during that time. So Ike and Frederick began moving in the opposite direction, being careful not to step on twigs that could alert unwanted guests. Frederick began trembling again as they did so, hugging his seashell to his chest. His eyes kept darting in all directions as well. Eventually, Ike let out a groan.

"For goddess's sake, calm down!" he quietly spat. "I don't see anything, and if we do run into something, we can surely outrun it or defeat it."

"Y-Yes, but...these creatures are still terrifying!"

"Well, get a grip, because there's still a chance we'll have to fight! Also, you still owe me an explanation for this."

"Ah, r-right..." Frederick replied. "Apologies. Well, you see... This...this is something I haven't even told Chrom, Lissa, or the other Shepherds. There are things I don't tell them because... Well, strangely, I do feel comfortable telling you. I feel like you're someone that wouldn't...judge. And I'm unsure if anyone in the Shepherds wouldn't since I am their lieutenant. I don't want there to be any reason they should look down upon me."

"Hm. Well, you're right. I don't judge," Ike confirmed. "Never saw a reason to. And I won't judge you either, of course."

"Thank you... I haven't even told them how afraid I can be of wild animals. Monsters are like them, only even more frightening. It took some willpower to even properly face the Risen in my world. If you don't remember, those were undead soldiers. They resemble people, only with darkness surrounding their bodies and their eyes glow a beady red."

"Yeah, Chrom told me about them. We've become pretty good friends. I was surprised to learn that he's a prince. He's nothing like the royals I know in my world. And the Shepherds remind me more of my own mercenary group than a royal army."

"I can see how he would be different. He needs more guidance at times, and maybe even more education. But that is why I am there. To keep him going in the right direction."

"It sounds like you do a good job of it, all things considered."

"I...guess that's a good compliment. Anyway..."

"Yeah, why exactly are you so afraid of wild animals?"

"Well..." Frederick continued with a sigh. "Truth be told, I was most frightened of that wolf creature we saw. Wolves are the animals I fear most. I always dread being even within a few feet of one."

Huh, I wonder how he'd react to the wolf laguz in Tellius then, Ike thought, vainly preventing himself from chuckling at the hypothetical scenario.

"I thought you might've been a little more scared of that one," he said.

"Yes. You see, seeing them triggers some...trauma I suffered as a child," Frederick explained. "I grew up in a village in a hilly area. I wandered into the woods one day, looking for my closest friend at the time... I thought he had been pressured by other children into going in himself. I wanted to stop him. And...a wolf attacked me. My injuries were so grave, my friend, parents, and the other villagers thought my chances of survival were slim..."

Ike blinked, surprised at the anecdote he had just heard.

"Wow... I had no idea. Now I understand. I might have felt the same way had I been in your position... Though, I always assumed you were a noble, given the way you dress, speak, and also your high level of education... You know so many things I don't..."

"Heh. Well, truth be told again, I actually am of noble birth. But my family history is...rather complicated. I'd rather tell you when we're not in the middle of risking our lives."

"Ah. Good point then."

Still explains why he acts the way he does sometimes. That manner of speaking, going annoyingly overboard with chores and tasks... Ike mused in his mind.

Silence then ensued as the two walked on, not sure of anything else to say. Though it only lasted a few moments, as Frederick later suggested that one of them climb a tree and see if they could tell which way was east or if there was a village or town not far from the exit. Ike thought it a good enough idea. Now it only came down to who had to do the climbing.

"I don't really know how to climb, so how about you do it?" Frederick suggested.

"Are you just trying to get out of possibly spotting a lot of monsters?" Ike wondered very bluntly.

"No, no, honest! I really have never climbed much other than into my horse's saddle."

Ike then sighed in slight annoyance.

"Alright, fine. My father taught me a lot of outdoor skills, so I can do it. But you stay around the bottom. I need someone to break my fall if I somehow slip off a branch or the branch beneath me breaks."

Frederick cringed a bit before replying.

"...Alright, I suppose that's fair then."

With that, Ike sheathed Ragnell and hopped onto a nearby, sturdy tree that wouldn't prove difficult to climb. He was heavy, so he obviously couldn't go to the very top, but he was able to go high enough to see a fair distance away. And luckily, he could spot mountains in the distance to the left. Which means they weren't exactly going the wrong way, but not entirely the right way either. As Ike was about to make his way down, he heard Frederick call up to him. And he wasn't wondering what Ike saw.

"S-SIR IKE! GET DOWN HERE! NOW!" Frederick shouted, clear terror in his voice. "H-HURRY!"

"Great, now what?!" Ike called back. "More monsters?"

"YES!" Frederick confirmed. "And this one is very terrifying!"

"Just one? And you said all of them were terrifying!"

"Yes, b-but this one is especially so!"

"...Is it another one of those wolves?"

"No, WORSE! And it's coming towards us!"

Ike blinked and then paused for a moment. Wow, what could be worse to him than--

Before he could finish his thought, Ike spotted what Frederick was so terrified of. And his eyes widened. Coming towards both was what appeared to be a massive horse, but in place of a horse's head, it had the torso, head, and arms of a monstrous-looking man. The creature was carrying a huge battle axe that had to be bigger than even Urvan, the axe Ike's father once used and was also being used by another version of Ike back in Askr.

"Oh crud..." Ike mumbled in shock and hastened his descent. ...And then he had a idea that Frederick was probably going to call him fantastically crazy for, but just might work.

"SIR IKE!"

"I'm coming! I have an idea! Lead that thing here and distract it for a little bit!"

"What?! Why in all the worlds would I do that?!"

"Just trust me!"

"Oh no..." Frederick uttered. "Very well, but if whatever you're thinking lands us in an infirmary or worse, it's all on you!"

"Yeah, yeah, just go bring that thing over here!"

Frederick obliged and waved his arms at the horse-man creature. It soon began galloping towards him, and with such force that it felt as though the ground trembled beneath his feet. He then looked up to see Ike had settled himself onto one of the lower branches of the tree he had climbed, waiting for something. Oh, he is NOT going to do what I think he is! Frederick nervously wondered in thought.

Before Frederick could object though, the creature had come close enough for Ike to make a daring leap off of his branch...and land right on the monster's back. He then grabbed hold of the mane on its back with one hand and used the other to reach for Frederick. Frederick was then yanked up onto the creature's back behind Ike.

"Waaah!" Frederick yelped as he found himself being swung upwards. He almost lost his grip the bag he carried and one of the seashells inside fell out as a result.

"Hang on!" Ike shouted as the creature attempted to throw them off like a bucking bronco.

"Are you jesting?!" Frederick retorted, clinging to Ike's torso. "You're insane! And I lost a seashell!"

"Forget the damn seashell, I saw where the mountains are, so this is how we're getting out of here quickly!" Ike replied, swinging Ragnell around the creature's arms and forcing it to drop its axe.

"You do realize that's my weapon, don't you?!"

"You have more!"

"A limited stock until I pick up more, yes!"

"You'll find another one before you run out, just worry about staying with me here and getting out of these woods!"

"Oh fine! But I should hope you know what you're doing!"

"Honestly? I hope so too!"

"...Argh!" was all Frederick could say to that.

With that, Ike forced the creature in the opposite direction of the mountains, hoping the two wouldn't have to ride atop this wild monstrosity for long...and that it didn't have some other secret weapon that they didn't know about.

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Meanwhile, the Askr royals, Anna, Kels, Ephraim, and the other Frederick and Ike were busy looking through the royal library for any possible clues to rescuing their missing comrades. The latter three were allowed to help to fasten the search. Plus Ike and Ephraim felt it was right for them to help since the missing Ike and Frederick disappeared while they were present. They looked at books on magic spells, the terrain on which they had been fighting, and all sorts of other things. Even books that mentioned Ike and Frederick themselves. Turned out that Frederick was somewhat of a legendary knight, though perhaps not to the point to where he could've been considered an actual legendary hero. Surely Chrom, Lucina, and even Robin, their own tactician, would be in that category first and foremost.

They also ascended library ladders and checked books on high shelves. They were spending hours searching, but nothing seemed to give them any possible answers.

"Ugh, isn't there anything in here that will help?" Kels said nervously. She was beginning to wonder if they'd ever find their comrades.

"There has to be, I'm sure of it," Alfonse replied. "Though it would probably help speed things along if Sharena could search more than one section."

"Hey, there's a lot of information to go over here!" Sharena protested. "It's also rather interesting!"

"Just focus on searching, we'll get there eventually," Anna insisted. "We have to believe we will."

"Right..." Alfonse agreed. "But wait, Sharena, isn't that section just a bunch of old journal accounts of Askr history? How would that help us?"

"Hey, you never know!" Sharena replied. "...And...hold on! I think I found something!"

"Wait, what?"

"Yeah! Kels especially should see this! It's about Breidablik!"

"Huh? And again, how is that supposed to help?"

"Just read it and see!"

"Well, it wouldn't hurt to take a look," Anna agreed. Kels nodded as well.

"Yeah, why not," she said.

With that, the entire group huddled around Sharena and the book she'd been looking at and began to read the passage she was referring to.

"Breidablik's most hidden ability..." Alfonse began. "Wait, everyone knows about that rumor, Sharena. But it was never proven. I knew this wasn't worth it."

"Alfonse! Wait a second and keep reading," Sharena insisted.

"What rumor?" Kels wondered.

"Oh, there's been a rumor floating around for awhile regarding Breidablik that no one knows for sure is true," Anna explained. "Some people believe it has a secret power that's never been seen before, and the reason no one can prove this is true is because this power requires certain circumstances to be used."

"And I believe it's nonsense," Alfonse added. "What circumstances could possibly be required for that kind of thing? And we've seen for awhile now all Kels can do with Breidablik."

"Will you just keep reading?!" Sharena insisted. "Sheesh, Alfonse! You're so thick sometimes! It says here that this power involves being able to locate heroes that it summoned, but have gone missing! That's why it was never used, because there was never a case where it was needed. Heroes didn't go missing! Until now."

"...Seriously? Heroes never went missing until now? I find that hard to believe."

"Maybe it has happened, but they were found without the need of Breidablik's power," Anna suggested.

"It sounds like that would be the case!" Sharena said, reading further. "It also says here that should any heroes summoned by the divine weapon mysteriously disappear from this world and not by the hand of the summoner, there seems to be indication that Breidablik can show where they are at."

"...Wow!" Kels cried with a smile. "That would be perfect if it's true! I have to try it!"

"Wait, but how?" Alfonse wondered. "How are you supposed to trigger such a power?"

"I wish I knew..." Frederick said. "But if my other self and the legendary Sir Ike were somehow sent to another world, than that means..."

"Someone else surely had a hand in this," Ike finished. "Didn't you guys say things about being able to open and close other-worldly portals?"

"Indeed, we've had to temporarily visit other worlds for certain battles ourselves," Ephraim pointed out.

"Yes, but we can only open the portals. Embla is the one that closes them," Anna pointed out. "But obviously, we didn't open any in that battle and Embla can't open any, at least not under normal circumstances. Sharena, does it say anything about how to try using this power?"

"Just something about returning to the summoning altar and "raising it over the worlds," Sharena replied. "I have no idea what that means."

"Huh..." Ike wondered.

"Hmm..." Kels contemplated. "You know, one time when I was up there doing some summoning, I noticed something odd about the floor. It looked like...that wasn't all there was to it. Like it could open up."

"What? Our parents did once tell us that something is beneath the altar floor, but nobody knows what it is or what it was put there for," Alfonse replied.

"...Wait, then this could be indicating a large map of worlds is hidden there!" Frederick suggested. "That could be what that passage in the journal is referring to."

"Hmm, we do keep some records of every world Askr knows or learns of," Anna recalled. "It is worth a try."

Kels's eyes lit up at these words.

"Oh my gosh, Frederick, you're a genius!" she cried and threw her arms around his neck. "Thank you! Let's go try this!"

"Eh, heh, of course," Frederick replied, though slightly caught off guard by the gesture.

Kels then rushed out of the library, followed by the rest of the group.

"Wait for us!" Alfonse cried.

Kels didn't slow down much, however. She was too eager to try the idea Sharena and Frederick had come up with. She stopped to catch her breath for a moment up on reaching the altar upstairs.

"Okay," she began. The others soon arrived behind her.

"Well, let's do this," she said. "Though Frederick, if this doesn't work and I end up accidentally wasting some orbs instead, I'm blaming you."

"Yes, fair enough," Frederick agreed.

With that, Kels brandished Breidablik and leaped into the air above the circular area of the altar. She fired the divine weapon as quickly as she could in the center before landing.

A moment later, the altar itself trembled. Kels ran back to the outside of the summoning circle, and the group watched in awe as five sections did indeed move away to reveal a circular map featuring many different worlds, definitely over a dozen. Another moment later, two small blips appeared on one of them, and were slowly moving.

"Yes!" Kels happily shouted, leaping with joy.

"Hey, it really is a secret power!" Sharena cried, also smiling. "Eat your words, Alfonse!"

"...Yes, I suppose I must," Alfonse admitted rather embarrassingly. "I'm glad we could find out where the other Frederick and legendary Ike are though."

"I know that place!" Ephraim spoke up. "It's my world, Magvel! And...oh no. This may be very bad. It looks like they're moving through the Darkling Woods."

"Huh?" Sharena wondered.

"They're at mercy of many dangerous monsters if they were sent to a point before Eirika and I got rid of them," Ephraim explained.

"I learned about that once," Frederick added. "Those monsters sound so terrifying! I would never want to run into one of them... I fear for our comrades' safety!"

"Oh calm down. They're moving, so that means they should be alive," Ike pointed out.

"Yeah, we have to believe they'll be fine until we rescue them," Kels agreed. "The next step is finding out who did this and how to bring them back."

"Well, we know Embla surely didn't do it since they can't open portals," Anna reminded. "My money's on someone from Muspell!"

The others agreed, but now wondered what they were going to do to save the missing heroes. If Askr just used their normal abilities and opened a portal, they would not be able to close it and thus would be allowing Embla or Muspell into Magvel and obviously, they did not want to have to deal with them at the moment. It was a great conundrum indeed.
A Team's Journey: Part 3
I've been a little busy lately, but here's part 3! I thought it would be a neat idea if Breidablik could also find heroes it summoned that vanished by means other than the summoner sending them home. And secret maps underneath the summoning altar? That's just clever, imo. ^^

Also, the part about Frederick having been attacked by a wolf as a child and his wounds from it having been serious is actually from Awakening. The rest of what he said is pretty much headcanon stuff I came up with to expand his backstory some more.
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Into the Unknown

"UGH! Neither of you saw ANYTHING?" Kels erupted at the two comrades that had remained with her after the recent battle.

"I...got really caught up in the fighting," an aqua green haired lance wielder replied. "Sorry about that."

"I'm sorry too..." a blue haired man carrying a large axe replied. He was dressed in a brown and gold outfit befitting a veteran warrior, and yet, he looked like a younger version of the now missing legendary Ike.

"I suppose I'm not that good at noticing things around me when I'm fighting either..." he continued. "Frederick is much better at that. Maybe there are things I could learn from him and my older self."

"Me too, especially as prince of Renais," the lancer replied.

"Yes, I only wish I could've been there," the more normal version of Frederick replied, his light blue heavy armor clanking as he moved about. "But I know you were using an Earth team, milady."

Frederick's summer variation may have had an Earth blessing, but his normal self had a Fire one instead. It was to go along with another version of Ephraim that also rode a horse and held legendary status like the missing Ike.

"Indeed..." Kels sighed. "You really do notice all the details, Frederick! Though nobody knew something like this was going to happen, so I can't completely fault Ike and Ephraim. But I know SOMEBODY is going to get an ass kicking for this!"

"Heh, it is nothing, milady," Frederick replied with a smile. "I do say again though, it's awkward being able to see multiple versions and copies of oneself here..."

"Yeah, Breidablik is weird," Kels agreed. "I don't even like the weapons from my own world, so I don't know why I have to use this thing that's shaped like them. But it is my duty, and I have to fulfill it. I couldn't turn my back on a kingdom in need either, especially when it has some wonderful people and sights to see. Askr really is beautiful."

"It is! It's worth protecting," Frederick agreed.

The others also agreed with smiles and nods.

"But to address the matter at hand, what should we do since we have no idea what happened to the other Frederick and legendary Ike?" Ephraim wondered.

"Yes, if we don't find them soon, who knows what'll happen, to them or to us in the meantime!" Alfonse, the blue-haired prince of Askr pointed out.

"They could be in the middle of nowhere with no shelter, food, or water..." his sister, Sharena, added. Her long blonde hair, which was tied at the end, swished a little bit behind her. Her green eyes lowered with concern. Both siblings were garbed in similar white armor and tunics.

"STOP IT," Kels cried, the Askr siblings' words striking fear in her mind. "Let me think here now..."

She thought for a moment, bringing a hand to her chin. She was very worried about her two prized comrades, and wanted to search for them immediately, but did her best to focus on forming a plan first. Even a novice warrior knew that running into a situation completely blind was only foolhardy.

"Well, using what tactical knowledge I know, I have a feeling somebody lured us out there with that battle and targeted them specifically," she began. "This person or people took them somewhere in an attempt to gain an advantage over us. So it had to be one of Embla or Muspell who pulled this stunt!"

"That is probably what happened then," Anna, the Order of Heroes' commander, agreed. "And our main task now is to find our comrades! The castle library may have some insight into what Embla or Muspell might've done to kidnap them from us. Let's go!"

The group then followed her, her bright red ponytail flipping behind her.

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In the unknown dark forest, the missing Ike and Frederick had begun exploring their new surroundings, hoping to find anything along the lines of a village or town or any form of civilization, if not anything else that could tell them where they were at. A silence had ensued among the two as they peered at all the eerie trees, seemingly dying shrubs, and dry leaves. Frederick began to wonder if it was dry enough for fires to easily start. He chose to warn Ike about this.

"Yes, I'm aware of that, thank you," Ike replied.

"Alright, just wanted to be sure," Frederick said. "Though this would come in handy if we don't find a good shelter by dark and have to make a campfire. We would just have to make sure the campfire doesn't go out of control."

"Yeah. And of course, those are your job. You are very good at them, I will admit."

"I do appreciate the compliment!"

Moments later, the sound of a twig snapping suddenly echoed nearby. The two heroes halted instantly. Ike whirled around, brandishing Ragnell, and Frederick did the same with a seashell in his hand yet again.
 
The two glanced around, only to see a terrifying sight between some trees not far from them.

"W-What the hell is that?!" Ike gasped. He and Frederick beheld what appeared to be a floating eyeball with tentacles, about the size of a dog. Near it was a humanoid creature that walked slowly and awkwardly, and its skin was a deep purple. And yet another short distance away from them was...a skeleton wielding a sword?

"I-I..." Frederick began, but then strangely went silent, seemingly holding his breath at something.

 He then brought up a trembling hand. His eyes were bulging wide and he was pointing at something to Ike's left. Ike turned slightly to see...a wolf. But it didn't appear to be an ordinary wolf. It looked grossly thin and had almost glowing eyes. It looked like it was missing a few patches of fur too. It was sniffing the ground in front of it.

"What in... These... These have to be some kind of monsters!" Ike deduced, gritting his teeth in disturbance himself.

"And we are not staying here to engage them!" Frederick added, grabbing Ike by the wrist and yanking him behind him.

"H-Hey! What gives?! We can take them! There are only a few!"

"We don't know that! And th-that wolf would definitely alert more of them if it catches our scents!"

"What?! What in the gods' names has gotten into you now?!"

"Will you please just RUN?!"

"And where do you think you're taking us, genius?!"

"Away from them!"

"Then you better change direction, because I see more!"

"AAAH!" Frederick yelped.

Suddenly, another one of the skeleton creatures jerked, having heard Frederick's cry despite seemingly not having ears. It quickly alerted other nearby monsters, including more of the floating eyeballs and another awkward walking humanoid, and they all began to go after the pair.

"Ugh! You IDIOT!" Ike snapped.

"No! Me and my loud mouth!" Frederick added, grimacing and raising his seashell. "STAY BACK, YOU FOUL BEASTS!"

"Now we definitely can't take them all on by ourselves! We have to find an escape route!" Ike pointed out.

"I'm looking, I'm looking!"

Frederick's keen eyes quickly darted around his surroundings, looking for something, anything, that could help them hide or get away. And finally, moments later, he spotted what looked like the entrance to a cave.

"Oh! Thank the gods! There's a cave entrance over there!" he cried.

"We'll hide in there then!" Ike replied.

Ike then quickly whirled around to swing Ragnell at a few trees, causing them to fall over. Hopefully they would stall the monsters long enough for the pair to dart into the cave unseen. The two rushed inside as Ike finished and ducked behind a large boulder sitting against the cave wall. Frederick was still trembling, though gripping his seashell hard in case he had to use it.

"A-Are they gone?" he wondered.

Ike took a slow and quiet peek from behind the rock. He could see nothing at the entrance.

"Looks like it," he confirmed. "I've never seen anything like those things in Tellius."

"I've never seen such things in my world either..." Frederick added. "Very, very disturbing..."

"Oh yeah. Seriously, what the hell was that back there?! I've never ever known you to turn tail and run like that."

"I...well..."

"What if Chrom or Lissa or both had been here instead of me? What then? You always put protecting them before anything else, isn't that right?"

"...Yes. You're right, Sir Ike. I must not behave like this in the event such a thing could occur. I apologize. I can explain, however. But first..."

"Hm?"

"I believe I know where we're at now."

"You do?"

"Yes. This forest being dark, the monsters, even finding this cave... It must be the Darkling Woods, on the continent of Magvel."

A Team's Journey: Part 2
And here's the juicier part 2! Why did Frederick suddenly become kind of a coward there, particularly at that wolf monster? Well, if you played FE Awakening and got his support with Panne, that pretty much gives you the answer. =P And he'll be explaining that to Ike come part 3.
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The Trickster's Spell

"You two sure you can take that side without the rest of us nearby?" the summoner and tactician of the group known as the Order of Heroes inquired. A woman in a white hooded cloak with hints of long dark blonde hair, she spoke to two tall muscular men. One was a blue-haired warrior garbed in ornate teal blue armor, a long red headband, and a dark red cape that was split into three flowing sections. He carried a large golden sword over his shoulder. The other man had dark brown hair and wasn't wearing much other than light blue swim shorts and a short-sleeved blue hoodie. He carried only a sharp seashell as his weapon. He had been brought into the army under rather unusual circumstances.

"Yeah, Kels, it shouldn't be much trouble," the blue-haired man agreed. "You did help us train to be quite powerful, you know. I can't even catch this version of Frederick! I'm surprised at how fast he is without his armor."

"I only do what is necessary to be strong," Frederick commented with a smile. "But yes, you can trust Sir Ike and I. We've been winning a lot of battles lately."

"...Oh, alright," Kelly, who more often went by the nickname of Kels, agreed. "I just feel like I can't leave you boys alone for five seconds without you getting into some big argument over something! If you're going to be an even better team, you have to get along. And I have so much respect for you both, you know. I'd be disappointed if you just butted heads all the time."

"Er...yes, well, we do try to set our differences aside during battle," Frederick pointed out.

"Yeah, we do," Ike agreed. "Though if he stops to pick up a shell or pebble in the middle of a fight one more time--"

"Well, would you prefer stepping on one and falling right into an enemy's attack?!"

"Except I'm not that clumsy!"

Kels brought a hand to her face before responding.

"See what I mean?!" she interrupted. "Just shut up and start killing things, please!"

"Oh, yes, milady Kelly," Frederick agreed. "My apologies." I would just like it if he stopped complaining about every little thing I do.

"Right, yeah," Ike added. "Sorry. Let's just go, Frederick." Though I still have no idea how Chrom and Lissa put up with this guy. He drives me up a wall!

Frederick nodded and the two made for the west side of the battlefield. The other half of their party went east. This was often done with Kels's teams to force the enemy to split up as well and cut through them easier. And this time, Ike and Frederick had to go around several trees and down a slope, where their opponents awaited. Frederick could only strike from afar, so he remained behind Ike, who could counter from any distance thanks to the abilities of his special sword, Ragnell. Ike was also considered a legendary hero, a hero that had a couple exclusive abilities in the Askr kingdom's world. Each one had an element, and Ike's was earth. Kels had given Frederick the earth blessing so they could be an even stronger team together. Though it unfortunately didn't help them get along much better.

Down the sloping hill, they were met with a horseback knight wielding a sword, followed by an infantry soldier carrying an axe. Ike knew he could easily handle the axe wielder since he had the upper hand with a sword. He and Frederick would then tag team the knight, if only one of them wasn't enough. Frederick could weaken him a lot to start while Ike dealt the finishing blow. Or, Frederick might've been able to defeat him on his own. Either way, they had a solid plan. And it was what Kels normally had them do in such situations anyway.

However, when the knight came charging forward, instead of then slowing down to prepare for an attack, he kept going. Ike was about to raise Ragnell when he realized the horse's hooves were getting very close.

"Whoa!" he cried, sliding to a halt in the dirt. The knight and his horse veered right past him, just inches from his face. Ike soon lost his balance from trying not to get crushed and toppled right into Frederick.

"AGH!" Frederick yelped as the two fell to the ground, Ike on top of him. "Sir Ike! Honestly!"

"...Ugh," Ike groaned before responding. "Sorry. I thought we were about to get trampled!"

The two looked up to find the knight and axe wielder looking down at them with devious grins. A moment later, the axe wielder suddenly transformed, and this time his appearance was a very familiar, and yet unpleasant one.

"Well, well..." the voice of a woman spoke up. "You actually fell into my little trap. I guess there are things even Kels can't predict!"

"Oh gods... Not her..." Frederick uttered.

"For once, I agree," Ike seconded.

The woman was wearing a very revealing dress with a large amount of cleavage and a rather high slit in the side. Her breasts were as large as the cleavage. She carried with her an eerie-looking staff and wore a headdress in the elaborate purple and gold style of Muspell, the kingdom of flame.

"Yes, it is I, Loki," the tricky Muspell sorceress confirmed and then chuckled. "Surprised, my dears?"

Loki had the ability to make herself look exactly like anyone she wanted with her magic, and emulate that person's voice as well. She could even disguise herself as a man. This made her one of the most difficult adversaries for Kels to deal with as of late since she could possibly try to infiltrate even Askr Castle in disguise. And until a means of seeing through her tricks was found, this would continue to be the case.

"Hardly!" Ike retorted, trying to stand up.

"We can fight and defeat you as we have before!" Frederick added.

"Why, silly heroes. I'm not here to fight you," Loki replied, still smiling.

"Wait, what?" Ike said, raising an eyebrow.

"I have a much more entertaining idea in mind," Loki continued. "I discovered a lovely spell some time ago and I'm just dying to try it!"

She then produced an eerie looking purple and maroon tome and opened it to begin reciting an unfamiliar incantation.

"Those called by the chosen one, whom they most trust," Loki began. "Away to the unknown, from their master they must!"

Suddenly, a dark ring surrounded Ike and Frederick, opening a blackish purple hole beneath them.

"What in--?!" Ike gasped.

"What is this?!" Frederick cried.

"Let's just say you're taking a permanent vacation!" Loki replied, cackling. "And to be honest, I could've actually cast this from wherever I wanted, but I thought doing it in front of you would be much more fun. And it is!"

Before the two could say anything more, Ike and Frederick plunged into the hole of darkness, their screams echoing until they could be heard no more. Loki could only chuckle deviously at her handiwork as she and her cohort walked away.

Meanwhile, in a completely different territory, Loki's portal reopened. Ike and Frederick were both spit out of it at the same time, landing flat on their stomachs atop dirt and leaf-covered ground. Groaning and moaning slightly at the impact of their falls, they both slowly began to return to their feet.

"Ugh..." Ike uttered. "That hurt. ...Wait, where are we?"

When both men were on their feet, they viewed their surroundings...which were entirely unfamiliar. Instead of the fairly clear slope they had been on before, they were now in what appeared to be a dark forest. Not much sunlight peered through the dark-leaved trees surrounding them. And all was rather eerily quiet.

"Hmm..." Frederick wondered. "I don't know. But something about it seems familiar for some reason."

"It does? Could it be your world then?" Ike replied.

"No, it isn't Ylisse or any other country I've been to. We don't have any forests like this one."

"...Then how is it familliar?"

"Well, we at Ylisse Palace have read and heard tales about other lands and worlds before. Including yours, of course."

"Ah, right. Well, all we can do is start exploring and find a way back to Askr."

"Indeed... Though I hope...I hope we don't run into any...wild animals..."

"What? Hey, if we're traveling long enough, we're going to have to hunt and forage. We can't just starve."

"I-I'm aware, but... Ugh, never mind. You're right. I shall do my part."

"Good, now let's go. Man, Kels is going to be worrying her arse off..."

"Oh, I hope she'll be fine without us."

"Me too... She does have plenty of other capable warriors to send out, but we're two of her best."

"Yes. And...I know we don't always get along, Sir Ike. But right now, we need to set all of that aside and work together."

"Agreed. Though I still wish you would just call me Ike."

"...Er, apologies. I'm just much in the habit of using formalities, as you might have noticed."

"So I've seen. ...Well, onward we go then."

"Right."

The two then began their journey further into the depths of the strange forest, bracing themselves for what might await them deeper inside it.

A Team's Journey: Part 1 (FE Heroes Fic)
This was originally going to be a one-shot, but I thought it better to split it up into a few parts. This is a Fire Emblem Heroes fic featuring RD Ike and Summer Frederick, my two favorite units. I feel like they'd have an amusing relationship since Ike strikes me as the kind of guy that would totally hate Frederick's bad habits. lol And Frederick might take some of Ike's criticism of him as rude. So I thought to write this to show them building some more respect for one another.

There will be at least two more parts to this! Enjoy. ^^
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Elincia: Queen of Flowers
Now I have a Bunny Elincia! I love this design I came up with for her too. Flowery dress! ^^

Ike: :o (Eek) Love

Jerec: Oh my gosh, Elincia, you look CUTE!

Ike: Hey, you have your own wife! Elincia does look beautiful though, as always!

Elincia: Oh, Ike. *giggle* Thank you both, though!

Jerec: I'm not trying to hit on her, sheesh! You're right though. Hey Mel, can you dress up like this too, pretty please? :D (Big Grin)

Melanie: Heh, okay, but on one condition, dear. You have to dress up as a reindeer for the next winter festival for me!

Jerec: Alright, deal!

Color: Green (Tome)
Movement Type: Flier

Weapon: Flower Tome+ - Mt 14. Grants +6 Res when unit initiates combat.
Special: N/A
Assist: Reciprocal Aid

A: N/A
B: Desperation 3
C: Green Tome Valor 3

HP: 36
Atk: 34
Spd: 35
Def: 14
Res: 39

"Sometimes a ruler should celebrate and have some fun too!"

(I'm not actually going to draw Melanie in a bunny outfit though, I'm done with bunnies for a long time. lol)
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So yeah, we've gotten through the hardest parts after what I talked about in my previous journal.  The healing process is going well and we're all finally doing pretty okay. :) I'll be getting counseling and going back to work, so hopefully soon, I can get myself to make and post stuff again.  I don't have my tablet right now though, or my paper and pencil.  But I can still write and probably make more DoD comics and sprites too.  And in the near future, I might get my drawing stuff back.  So just hang tight, everyone. :)

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Well, for starters, I'm a fan of Nintendo and the biggest Fire Emblem fangirl you'll meet. It's my favorite game series and probably always will be. <3

Ike is one of my favorite Nintendo characters and I like his moves in Smash Bros., hence my username. I do a lot of Fire Emblem fanart, particularly for my fic, FE: Dawn of Darkness. Be sure to check it out if you're interested! I can tell you more through private messaging, if you like. I started gaming with the Mario series, however, and due to that, I grew up with his bro, Luigi. The man in green was my favorite character growing up. Then I got into Zelda and Pokemon, and later Smash Bros. (cause I didn't know it existed until Melee), and Fire Emblem came last. My favorite Zelda character (other than Link) is Ezlo from The Minish Cap. My favorite Pokemon is Keldeo (the cute little guy has been since I first saw it!). I'm generally a very nice person, always thinking of my friends before myself, but I can be stubborn at times. Not VERY stubborn, but somewhat stubborn. I'm also talkative, full of energy, and tomboyish.

Hehe, you might say I'm like the Princess Daisy of the real world, except I'm not a brunette (nope, blonde). I also like sports, and I'm a bit of an NFL person. GO STEELERS! I happen to be from Pittsburgh, but I also like the Carolina Panthers. Still, I always watch games with my stepdad, who is a hardcore Steeler fan too. :D
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Falchion1984 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2018
You might get a kick out of this:

Wrong Door by DistortingReality
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Great-Aether Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
lol isn't that pretty much what happens when Luigi tries to open a trick door in his mansion games?
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Falchion1984 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2018
Yup. Maybe Grima's a fan of the Luigi's Mansion franchise? Must be hard to use a controller with such big claws, though.
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Great-Aether Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
lol yeah. XD
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DistortingReality Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2018
That comedic cartoony feel is exactly what I was going for ^^
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Falchion1984 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2018
This might amuse you too:

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Great-Aether Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Omg that is hilarious. XD

"All that pasta is showing" LOL!
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Falchion1984 Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2018
So, did YOU know Bowser was afraid of clowns? And, for that matter, any potential additions spring to mind? Either way, glad you got a good laugh.
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Great-Aether Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
No, but that's something I can relate to him on. I'm afraid of them too.

Hmm... Well, if Mario puts on the Luigi outfit, I can see Bowser saying something like "I see you decided to embrace the wimp that you are by putting on your even wimpier brother's clothes! Hahaha!"

lol Bowser always seems to think even less of Luigi than he does Mario, so he'd think it fitting that Mario dresses like the "lesser" brother because to him, Mario's lame too. =P
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Falchion1984 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2018
I'm going to be keeping your other message in my inbox so that I remember to read those Heroes fics. In other news, two things. One, you might like this:


And, second, what was your take on the Three Houses trailer? Please let me know, and catch you later.
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