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= Directions

Z = A X = B

A = X S = Y

D = L C = R

 enter ↵  = Start

  space   = Select

F8 = Load state

F5 = Save state

Only while game is active!


Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem is a turn-based strategy role-playing game released in 1994 for the Super Famicom, exclusively in Japan. It is the third game installment in the Fire Emblem series, the first for Super Famicom, and in part a direct continuation of the story of the original game, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, again set on the continent of Archanea and following the adventures of Marth of Altea.

Mystery of the Emblem has remained the best-selling Fire Emblem game in Japan ever since its release by a significant margin, having sold an estimated 776,338 copies in its original Super Famicom print run.


Mystery of the Emblem drops many of the gameplay elements introduced in Fire Emblem Gaiden, such as explorable towns and a navigable world map. However, it does carry over certain features, such as a battery RAM save feature and the use of icons for weapons along with their names. The game’s most prominent new feature is the Dismount command, which allows cavalier units to get off their horses and fight on foot. The limitation to this factor is that cavaliers can only wield lances when on horseback and swords while on foot. Furthermore, cavalier and airborne units are forced to dismount in chapters that take place in interior locations.

English Translation

This is an English translation of the original Japanese game made by RPGuy96 (v0.98).

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