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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 16: C)
Corrin blocked an axe that came from her right.  The fight was very difficult fight, due to the number of soldiers there were.  Felicia and Flora were back to back, trying to keep them away with their knives, so Corrin and Jakob stayed close to them.  On her right, there was an open door, so she checked it out.  There were few soldiers coming out that way, so she gestured for Jakob, Flora, and Felicia to follow.
That door led to a narrow hallway.  They ran through it quickly and made it to the next large room.  While the men in the previous room were dressed in Nohrian armor, the soldiers in this room were dressed like Hoshidans.  A ninja threw a steel shuriken towards them and they had to dodge.  Corrin had to bring up her Yato in defense when she saw a samurai swinging his katana at her.  After they were a bit more situated in that room, they had an easier time fighting.  They had gone through many rooms at that point, and the soldier
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 16: B)
The air was growing ever colder.  They had been traveling for a few days, and they were heading to the Ice tribe.  Ryoma had previously told her that they made an alliance with Kilma, the leader of the Ice Tribe.  They could rest there and inquire if Takumi passed through.  Despite all of this. Corrin thought that it was almost not worth it.  She was getting numb from the snow and cold.  Jakob had noticed this and gave her an extra coat that he had for some reason.  He was always the one to plan ahead, but how did he know that she would need a coat?
Ryoma was a bit skeptical of her Nohrian allies, but he said that he would accept them as long as they didn’t try to betray them.  Silas reassured him that he would not let anyone of Corrin’s family get hurt because his Knights Oath extended to those close to her.  Ryoma looked at him with a look of respect, and allowed him to help protect Corrin.  As for Felicia, when he knew wh
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 15: C)
A few minutes after that revelation about the Concubine Wars, Xander came into Corrin’s room.  He took one look at her tearstained face and turned to Camilla with a questioning gaze.  Ignoring that until he could ask Camilla about what happened, he walked over to Corrin and put his hand on her shoulder.
“Corrin, Father wants us to get ready for a mission.  I think you should go and test yourself and see the Rainbow Sage.  If you succeed, he will grant you additional power.  That should make you strong enough to help us on this.”
Corrin just ignored him.  She didn’t want to speak to him.  Xander was confused.  This wasn’t like his little sister.
“Corrin?  What’s wrong?”
Camilla stood and gave Xander a sad look.
“Xander, I need to talk to you.”
She led him out of the room, and started to explain the situation.  Their voices were hushed, but Corrin could hear the shock in Xander
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 15: B)
Once everyone was at the rebellion headquarters, there was time to ask questions.  Corrin was glad that he was ok.  She was going to be glad to see Takumi again too, even though he was a bit prickly.
“I’m relieved that you’re alright, Ryoma.  When I got word that you and Takumi were missing, I was so worried.”
Ryoma smiled at her.
“I’m glad to see you too.”
He turned and gestured to the woman next to him.
“This is Scarlet.  She used to be the leader of Cheve’s Defense force and is now leader of the rebellion.”
Scarlet bowed to them and smiled.
“Nice to meet you all.  Prince Ryoma has been a big help here.”
Corrin shook her hand in greeting.  About that time, Hinoka started asking Ryoma her questions.
“Why didn’t you send word to us, Ryoma?”
Then she started to look around, noticing that Takumi was nowhere to be seen.  That seemed odd, since he should have come to
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 14: C)
Corrin wasn’t in her room long before someone knocked on her door.  She wasn’t ready to see anyone yet, especially if it was her adopted siblings or King Garon.  The door opened anyway, and Camilla came in.  She saw how distraught Corrin was and walked over to her, sitting down next to her.
“Corrin, I need to talk to you.  What happened back there?”
She tried to put her arm around Corrin, but she jerked away.
“Leave me alone, Camilla!”
Camilla was shocked how hostile Corrin sounded.  Then she took what she said earlier into consideration.
“Corrin… you know who you are now.  Don’t you.”
Corrin just nodded.  She didn’t want to speak with her after knowing everything that she found out.  Seeing that, Camilla knew that she had to explain.
“Look.  You being in the Northern Fortress had nothing to do with keeping you from the outside world or with keeping you from them.  
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 14: B)
A few days after the ordeal in Mokushu, Corrin and the others had arrived in Cheve.  It was a little nerve racking to cross the border, but no one spotted them.  They were finally there.  If Ryoma and Takumi made it that far, they might find some clues as to where they went.  Knowing that they probably should have a disguise, they made sure to have their cloaks on and went out at night.  While they looked around, making sure to keep out of sight of the guards, Corrin was feeling a bit uneasy.  Something was going on, and she could sense it in the air.
Keeping to the shadows, she noticed a few Nohrian soldiers getting orders from their commander.  Once they left and she got a better look at the commander, she realized that it was someone that she knew.  It was Camilla!  She saw her turn in her direction, so she started running.  She couldn’t let her find out that it was her.
“Hold it!”
Corrin’s heart leaped into h
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 13: C)
Once that was taken care of, Corrin, Leo, and Elise started heading to the throne room.  She was glad to have Hans taken care of, but something was nagging her in the back of her mind.  Why was she lied to for all these years?  Why didn’t Xander and Camilla tell her who she was?  Why was she shut up in the Northern Fortress for so long?  She needed answers as soon as possible.  Soon, they walked into the throne room and greeted King Garon.
“Welcome back.  I’m sure that your mission was successful.”
Leo looked at him and gave his report.
“Yes.  It went well.  Hans is in prison waiting for your judgement.”
“Excellent.  I’m glad that it went smoothly.”
Garon was pleased at the three of them, but Corrin looked away.  She needed to talk to him, and she needed to do it before she lost her nerve.
“Father, I need to ask you something.”
Getting her father’s attention, s
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 13: B)
Once Corrin and Hinoka gathered the others, Tadashi guided them through the palace.  They were sure to keep quiet, since they didn’t exactly want a confrontation.  After stopping and listening for half a minute, he turned to the group.
“We’ll have to be quick.  No doubt, they’ve already checked your rooms and found you gone.”
He turned his attention to the hallways and kept watch for any other ninjas.  They did their best to stay as quiet as possible.  A few moments of walking, Tadashi motioned for them to stop.  He had heard something from the rafters.  A moment later, several ninjas dropped down from the ceiling.
“So, Tadashi, you’re betraying us.”
Kotaro stepped into view, glaring at Tadashi.  The young ninja was silent, perhaps out of shame for having to betray his people.  Before Kotaro could say anything else, Hinoka jumped in.
“If anyone’s a traitor here, it’s YOU, Kota
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 12: C)
“Hey Leo, can you please tell me how I’m supposed to help find this person if I don’t know who it is?”
“Don’t worry, Corrin.  You’ll know who it is when you see him.”
Corrin raised her eyebrow, but kept walking.  They had broken up into several groups to cover more ground and she had stayed with Leo and Elise.  Scarlet also decided to tag along.
“If you say so.”
They kept walking for a while.  Corrin kept thinking about who this traitor was.  Why wasn’t he telling her who it was?  Just then, there was a scream a few streets away.  Without a second thought, the four of them ran towards the scene.  When they got there a few seconds later, they were met with the sight of a man trying to cut down the members of the defense force who were trying to apprehend him.  He was scarred and wearing black armor.  When he turned their way, he was so shocked that he ran down an alley.
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 12: B)
About half a week later, the group was entering the woods of Mokushu.
“Be careful, Corrin.  Mokushu is a dangerous place.  We won’t be safe until we find the people who live here, and even then, let me do the talking.”
Corrin nodded.  She got the feeling that this would be a delicate situation.  If the people who lived here were as dangerous as the forest was, this shortcut could be incredibly risky.  The brambles were tangled together around the area and the trees were heavily clustered together, giving the area a sense of foreboding.  The fact that it was late in the evening didn’t help.
They walked for a bit, and Corrin started seeing signs that people were watching them.  It dawned on her that they might be completely at the mercy of whoever was here.  Automatically, she shifted a bit closer to Hinoka.  A few minutes later, ninjas leapt in front of them and stopped them.  One of them, clearly the leader, step
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 11: C)
Once Corrin stepped out of the Woods of the Forlorn, it was only a few days until she arrived back at Windmire.  While Corrin started to head to the throne room, Jakob, Felicia, and Flora left to do some chores.  Those three were always so busy.
“Corrin!  I’m glad to see you back.”
Camilla appeared around the corner and rushed in to hug her little sister.  Corrin hugged back in turn.  She was ready for a bit of warmth after her mission at the Ice Tribe.  Once she got out of the blizzard, it took her several hours to feel like she had finally defrosted.
“I’m glad to be back, Camilla.  How have things been since I left?”
Camilla seemed worried when she asked about that.  Apparently, things had gotten worse somehow.
“There are plenty of Hoshidan attacks, but we’ve made sure to strengthen our border security.”
This was expected, but Corrin was still worried.  What would happen if they managed
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 11: B)
The feast was quite a spectacle.  There was an abundance of food and lively entertainment.  It also helped that Izana was entertaining to listen to, even though he kept blathering on about how he won some kind of hair competition five times.  That part wasn’t very interesting, and Corrin wanted to talk with Hinoka.  After the feast was over, she finally got that chance.
“Hinoka, do you know where Ryoma and Takumi are?  I know you were on the same mission, but what happened to them?”
“We were going to Cheve.  On our mission, we started hearing rumblings of discontent there, and we were going to check it out, but there was a battle, and I was injured during it.  Ryoma sent me back to the capital to heal, but one day after I got back, a soldier came running in and told us that Ryoma and Takumi disappeared. I decided to track you down as soon as I was healed, thinking that you might be able to help me find them.”
Corrin was g
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 10: C)
After a few hours of traveling, the weather was getting almost unbearably cold.  Grateful that she had listened to Felicia’s advice on what to wear, Corrin crossed her arms to keep them at least a bit warmer, and kept walking.
“Are you alright, Princes Corrin?”
Jakob walked up to her, showing some of his usual concern.  Smiling back at him, she didn’t want him to worry about him.
“Yes.  I’m fine, Jakob.  It’s just a little cold right now.”
He started to take off his coat, but she stopped him.  It would be no use if he got sick over her.  They kept moving, and soon Felicia saw something that excited her.
“There it is!  We’re here!”
The buildings of the Ice Tribe came into view through the blizzard.  Corrin knew that they could finish this quickly, depending on what the problem was.
“Wonderful!  Now, can you take us to your father, Felicia?”
She nodded and led them t
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 10: B)
As soon as she could, Corrin packed and got ready to make another trip.  She didn’t know what was going on or where Ryoma and Takumi were, but she knew that she had to do something.  At the edge of the Wind Tribe territory, she, Azura, Silas, Rinkah, and Kaze were about to head to Izumo, as the princes had gone in that direction.  As they were about to leave, Fuga came to see them off.
“Princess Corrin, it was a pleasure meeting you.”
Corrin smiled at him, but it was mingled with regret.
“The pleasure was mine, Chief Fuga.  I hope to meet you again once I find my brothers.”
They bowed to each other, but when Fuga rose, he had a twinkle in his eye.
“Of course, but before you go, I want to offer a bit of help.”
He stepped to the side, revealing a young child with red hair and a blue diviner outfit.
“This is one of our most talented diviners.  He should be a great help on your journey.”
Corrin was shocked.
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 9: C)
About a week passed in Castle Krakenburg and Corrin was slowly getting back to her normal routine.  But even so, something kept nagging her in the back of her mind.  She couldn’t forget how she betrayed her real family.  And on top of that, why didn’t anyone tell her who she was?  Weren’t Xander and Camilla there that day?  And how did she end up in King Garon’s care if he knew who she was?  Questions filled her mind, to the point where it was almost impossible to get a restful sleep at night.
Soon she was summoned to the throne room.  She assumed that it was a mission, from the tone of the summon.  She was right.
“Good Morning, Corrin.  Have you recovered from your ordeal in Hoshido?”
“Yes, Father.  I have.”
“Good.  Now, I don’t want to send you on another mission so soon, but Xander, Camilla and Leo are preoccupied with their own missions.”
Corrin was worried about
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Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 9: B)
For about a week, Corrin was working hard at Fort Jinya.  The soldiers needed tended to, and she was glad to be useful.  She also became acquainted with Sakura’s retainers, Subaki and Hana, and made sure that her little sister had some time off.  There were no other attacks while she was there, but people were always on guard.  After about a week, Yukimura came to check on them.
“Hello, Princess Corrin.  How is everything going on here?”
Corrin nodded in greeting, and as soon as she was finished with the soldier that she was helping, she came over to him.
“We’re doing fine.  The soldiers are improving and there haven’t been any major skirmishes since we got here.”
Crossing his arms, he gave her a stern look.
“What about that attack that I heard about?”
Corrin’s cheeks grew a bit red.  She didn’t want to talk about Silas being there, but Sakura had probably told him of a battle when they
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So... I've been thinking lately.  I was wondering what I'm going to do after Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagning, and I have a few options.

A. An origin story about my avatar, for something a little different

B. Another fanfic

C. Ask for suggestions

No matter what choice I do,, I would start writing it as soon as I'm done with The Reimagining's Revelation rout, so it wouldn't impede the progress of uploading.  My only problem is which one I should do.

If I do choice A, that would likely be the easiest, since I already have ideas for it.

If I do choice B, I would ask for ideas as to which game I should do.

If I do choice C, I would request that you all give me ideas.

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Corrin blocked an axe that came from her right.  The fight was very difficult fight, due to the number of soldiers there were.  Felicia and Flora were back to back, trying to keep them away with their knives, so Corrin and Jakob stayed close to them.  On her right, there was an open door, so she checked it out.  There were few soldiers coming out that way, so she gestured for Jakob, Flora, and Felicia to follow.

That door led to a narrow hallway.  They ran through it quickly and made it to the next large room.  While the men in the previous room were dressed in Nohrian armor, the soldiers in this room were dressed like Hoshidans.  A ninja threw a steel shuriken towards them and they had to dodge.  Corrin had to bring up her Yato in defense when she saw a samurai swinging his katana at her.  After they were a bit more situated in that room, they had an easier time fighting.  They had gone through many rooms at that point, and the soldiers were getting tougher than any she had fought, but Corrin was determined to make it through.

Ducking behind a corner, she tried to get a bit of breathing room before she attacked again.  It was then that she saw another door, larger than the others and more decorated.  That had to be the final door!  She called out to her allies.

“Jacob!  Felicia!  Flora!  The end is in sight!”

When they heard that, they all felt a bit more hopeful.  The fight continued for a few more minutes.  There was a close call when someone with a nagitana almost gave her a bad wound.  After all the men were defeated, the four of them approached the door.  Corrin hesitated for a moment.  What would happen now that she finished this challenge?  With a reassuring smile from the others, she opened the door and stepped forward.  What she saw, however, was not what she was expecting.  It was a simple room with rudimentary furniture.  As she was looking around in shock, an old man came up and shook her hand.

“Congratulations, Princess Corrin.  You have fared well in this trial.”

This was the Rainbow Sage?  He certainly seemed wise, so she shook off how unexpected it was.

“Then you can grant me the strength that I need?”

He shook his head.

“No.  You already have it.”

Corrin was confused.  What did he mean?  He answered it a moment later.

“Don’t you feel a bit stronger already?  By overcoming this challenge, you should have all the strength that you need.”

Corrin thought a bit.  She did feel a bit lighter, and she may have been striking harder towards the end of the trial.  As she realized that, the sage gave her some advice.

“You will soon have your bonds tested.  Trust in yourself and them you will know what to do.”

After he said that, he looked a bit downcast.  That disappeared a moment later.

“Anyway, I see that you have the Yato-no-kami with you.  Hand it to me.”

Corrin obliged.  He took the blade and started to chant some words that she didn’t understand at the time.

“I, who forged the sacred blade... I, who committed the great sin... I, who wove the divine colors... I call on you now, Seal of Flames!”

The Yato started to glow when that was over.  As Corrin took hold of it again, she felt power coursing through her.  It amazed her.

“This should give you… a bit of an extra boost of power… for when you eventually face… your destiny.”

The Rainbow Sage seemed exhausted as he said that.  Before Corrin could question why, he collapsed.  She ran to him and tried to help him.

“Sage!  Are you alright?  What’s happening to you?”

He gave her a sad smile before speaking again.

“It’s fine...  This is how it should have been…  I’ve been… waiting for this… for a long time…  Now that I have… fulfilled my purpose, I can… pass on.”

Tears started to fill her eyes and spill out.  She could tell that he was dying, and there was nothing she could do to help him!  He didn’t even want help!

“Farewell… Princess… Corrin…”

He let out a shuddery breath, and closed his eyes for the last time.  The Rainbow Sage was dead.  Jakob could see how much distress that Corrin was in.  He came over and helped her up.

“He wouldn’t have wanted you to beat yourself up over his death.  He said that he was waiting for this.  Now you have to finish the job.”

Felicia came forward as well.

“That’s right, Lady Corrin.  We need to focus on doing what he wanted you to do.”

Corrin nodded and started walking out the door.  When she looked around, she saw that they were in Notre Sagesse.  That door had brought them down to the town.  They traveled to the edge of the town to wait for Leo to come.  While everyone was nursing their wounds and resting, Corrin was wondering what that destiny that the sage spoke of was.  Whatever it was, she knew one thing.  She would try her hardest to not disappoint him.
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 16: C)
I hope you like this fight scene.  I worked hard on it.  I tried to make it so you could see the action as clearly as I could in my head.  Anyway, I suppose I should go.  I'm anticipating when I play FIRE EMBLEM ECHOES!!!!  THIS IS GONNA BE GREAT!!!  And my graduation ceremony is tomorrow, so I'm in for a good time.

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The air was growing ever colder.  They had been traveling for a few days, and they were heading to the Ice tribe.  Ryoma had previously told her that they made an alliance with Kilma, the leader of the Ice Tribe.  They could rest there and inquire if Takumi passed through.  Despite all of this. Corrin thought that it was almost not worth it.  She was getting numb from the snow and cold.  Jakob had noticed this and gave her an extra coat that he had for some reason.  He was always the one to plan ahead, but how did he know that she would need a coat?

Ryoma was a bit skeptical of her Nohrian allies, but he said that he would accept them as long as they didn’t try to betray them.  Silas reassured him that he would not let anyone of Corrin’s family get hurt because his Knights Oath extended to those close to her.  Ryoma looked at him with a look of respect, and allowed him to help protect Corrin.  As for Felicia, when he knew who she was, he was fine, since her father was leader of the Ice Tribe.

Before long, the Ice Tribe was in sight.  Corrin was relieved.  She could actually thaw out a bit.  Once they got to the outer skirt of the city, they saw a man with light blue hair come towards them.

“Welcome, Prince Ryoma.  It is good to see you again.”

Ryoma reached out and grasped his hand in greeting.

“It is good to see you as well, Chief Kilma.”

As soon as they properly greeted, Felicia ran up to Kilma.

“Hello, Father.”

He smiled and put his hand on her shoulder.  Noticing that several of the people in the group were shivering, he gestured for them to follow him to a house.  Once they were all inside and warming up, he started to talk to Prince Ryoma again.  They spoke about the state of the situation, how things were in Hoshido, and how successful the endeavor in Cheve went.

“I’m glad that you had such success in Cheve, but if that went well, why you were coming this way?”

Ryoma’s face started to harden.  He didn’t want to show how worried he was about Takumi.

“The reason that we are here is because our brother, Takumi, has gone missing.  We were hoping that he had come through this way.”

Kilma’s face showed great shock.

“Oh.  I’m sorry to hear about this.  Yes.  He did come through this way and headed towards the border.  I’m afraid that I don’t know what happened to him after that.”

Ryoma seemed at least a little more hopeful, since they had a direction that Takumi went.

“Thank you, Kilma.  We’ll start looking on his rout to Hoshido.”

Before they left, however, Corrin had a question for the chief.

“Chief Kilma, if it’s alright to ask, why did you ally the Ice Tribe with Hoshido?”

He looked at her, then back to Ryoma.  His eyes were sad when he spoke again.

“My tribe was starving.  Hoshido offered to send aid, so we agreed to aid Hoshido in the fight against Nohr.”

Corrin understood.  Clearly, the icy landscape made it hard for anything to live there.  The fact that these people had managed to thrive for so long was amazing, but it was obviously difficult.  She was glad that they were getting help.  Once her questions were answered, they had to stay for a few hours, though she and her siblings were anxious to find Takumi.  Now that they had a lead, they wanted to start looking as soon as possible.  The only thing that prevented them from doing so was the knowledge that their friends and allies needed to rest before they could move on.  When everyone was ready to go, they walked out of the village and started heading to the border.  They hadn’t gone too far when a voice called out to them.

“Princess Corrin?”

Flora came into view, running up to them.  She stopped and panted for a few seconds, before straitening.

“Felicia told me everything.  I want to give you some advice.”

Corrin gave Flora her undivided attention as she continued.

“Things have been happening in Nohr since you left.  I have no doubt that you will have to face Prince Xander and King Garon.  You should be prepared, for when you encounter this.  Regardless, you have always been a person that I would give my life for.  Don’t lose sight of that.”

Corrin nodded. She was already aware of that possibility, and she saw the truth in the advice, so she gave her a little hug.  After all, she took great care of her in the Northern Fortress.

“Thank you, Flora.  Be careful”

With that out of the way, Corrin and the others started walking again.  Corrin was more motivated than ever before.  With words of encouragement from Flora and an objective to find Takumi, her steps seemed a little more sure.  Knowing that Ryoma and Hinoka would help her in this was also comforting.  In that moment, she realized that she had forgotten to miss Xander, Camilla, Leo, and Elise.  The hole in her heart that formed when she left them was starting to heal.
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 16: B)
Now we're at the ice tribe and heading back towards Hoshido.  I hope you all have been enjoying the series so far.  I've been enjoying writing it and seeing where it goes.  One more thing.  I'M ABOUT TO PLAY SHADOWS OF VALENTIA!!!!!  My brother and I pre-ordered it and we're so excited to play it.  The struggle has been real for me to stay as spoiler free as possible.  Ad to that the fact that school's finally out and I'm in for a good time.

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Hello, everyone.

So... I've been thinking lately.  I was wondering what I'm going to do after Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagning, and I have a few options.

A. An origin story about my avatar, for something a little different

B. Another fanfic

C. Ask for suggestions

No matter what choice I do,, I would start writing it as soon as I'm done with The Reimagining's Revelation rout, so it wouldn't impede the progress of uploading.  My only problem is which one I should do.

If I do choice A, that would likely be the easiest, since I already have ideas for it.

If I do choice B, I would ask for ideas as to which game I should do.

If I do choice C, I would request that you all give me ideas.

I'm still debating, but I wanted to get your take on it.  Should I do choice A, choice B, or choice C?  Let me know in the comments below.
A few minutes after that revelation about the Concubine Wars, Xander came into Corrin’s room.  He took one look at her tearstained face and turned to Camilla with a questioning gaze.  Ignoring that until he could ask Camilla about what happened, he walked over to Corrin and put his hand on her shoulder.

“Corrin, Father wants us to get ready for a mission.  I think you should go and test yourself and see the Rainbow Sage.  If you succeed, he will grant you additional power.  That should make you strong enough to help us on this.”

Corrin just ignored him.  She didn’t want to speak to him.  Xander was confused.  This wasn’t like his little sister.

“Corrin?  What’s wrong?”

Camilla stood and gave Xander a sad look.

“Xander, I need to talk to you.”

She led him out of the room, and started to explain the situation.  Their voices were hushed, but Corrin could hear the shock in Xander’s tone.  Obviously, they wanted to keep her in the dark as long as possible.  Once she managed to dry her tears, she rose and started packing.

That afternoon, she rallied her retainers and met with Leo.  It was easier for her to talk to him, since he wasn’t there the day that her real father died.  He likely didn’t know who she was.  She asked him to take her to Notre Sagesse, the place where the Rainbow Sage lived.  He agreed and cast a teleportation spell on her and her retainers.  They ended up at the base of Mount Sagesse, so they started to climb up.

It took several hours of marching, but they made it to the Sevenfold Sanctuary.  Corrin decided to give her friends a moment to rest, since it was quite a bit of a hike up.  After that, she drew her sword and readied herself.  The doors opened, and an echoing voice sounded through the halls.

“Welcome, Princess Corrin.  I know why you are here, and you have done well in your struggles, but do not get reckless.  Your trials are far from over.  It is time for you to display your power.  Now, enter and prove yourself worthy of the power that you seek.”

Nodding, she turned to her allies.

“You heard what he said.  This may be our hardest challenge yet.  Be prepared for anything.  I’m determined to get us all through this, so follow my lead.”

With that, they all entered the sanctuary, the doors shutting firmly behind them.
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 15: C)
Short chapter today, but the action for the Rainbow Sage's challenge begins next week.  I hope you enjoy it then.  I don't really have much to say here, so I'll let you go.

Fire Emblem Fates belongs to Nintendo.
The story here belongs to me.

Chapter 1:  gamingseigi.deviantart.com/art…
Chapter 14:  gamingseigi.deviantart.com/art…
Chapter 16:  gamingseigi.deviantart.com/art…
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Once everyone was at the rebellion headquarters, there was time to ask questions.  Corrin was glad that he was ok.  She was going to be glad to see Takumi again too, even though he was a bit prickly.

“I’m relieved that you’re alright, Ryoma.  When I got word that you and Takumi were missing, I was so worried.”

Ryoma smiled at her.

“I’m glad to see you too.”

He turned and gestured to the woman next to him.

“This is Scarlet.  She used to be the leader of Cheve’s Defense force and is now leader of the rebellion.”

Scarlet bowed to them and smiled.

“Nice to meet you all.  Prince Ryoma has been a big help here.”

Corrin shook her hand in greeting.  About that time, Hinoka started asking Ryoma her questions.

“Why didn’t you send word to us, Ryoma?”

Then she started to look around, noticing that Takumi was nowhere to be seen.  That seemed odd, since he should have come to greet them, unless he was out with the other rebels.

“And where’s Takumi?  Is he out on a mission?”

Ryoma looked shocked when she asked that.

“I sent Takumi back to tell you what was going on.  Didn’t he get back to the capital?”

Everyone started to get worried.  If Takumi was supposed to have gone to the capital and he didn’t arrive, something horrible mist have happened to him.  Without another moment of deliberation, Ryoma turned to Scarlet with a look of regret.

“I’m sorry, Scarlet.  It looks like I can’t help as much as I would have liked.”

She just waved it off.

“Don’t worry, Prince Ryoma.  Go find your brother.”

“Once I find Takumi, I’ll be sure to send support for the rebels.”

After that was decided, Ryoma, Hinoka, Corrin, and the rest of their group were on their way back to Hoshido.  Something seemed to be bothering Ryoma about the group, however.

“Corrin, why are there Nohrians in your group?  You couldn’t have recruited them here in Cheve.”

Corrin rubbed the back of her head, clearly embarrassed.

“Yeah… I have a few things to explain.”
Fire Emblem Fates: The Reimagining (Chapter 15: B)
I'm sorry for the short chapter, but next is "THE QUEST TO FIND TAKUMI!"

Corrin: That's a stupid name.

I know, but it's the best I could come up with.

Corrin: By the way, why did you make me think that Takumi was here if he wasn't?

...You just assumed he was here.  I never told you he WAS here.

Corrin: Sheesh.

Fire Emblem Fates belongs to Nintendo.
The story here belongs to me.

Chapter 1: gamingseigi.deviantart.com/art…
Chapter 14: gamingseigi.deviantart.com/art…
Chapter 16:  gamingseigi.deviantart.com/art…
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superdes513 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey, sorry about the comments on my recent picture. I didn't mean to scare you :(
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GamingSeigi Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017
You didn't scare me.  I was just confused about the whole foot thing.
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superdes513 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well okay. BTW, awesome writing here in your gallery
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Thanks.
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FractureFighter Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I just found the Fire Emblem Fates fan fiction adaptation you're writing. I'm doing an adaptation myself, if you want to check it out you can go onto my profile, but so far only the prolouge is uploaded.
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GamingSeigi Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2017
I actually saw it yesterday.  I'm going to be keeping an eye on it.  Thanks for reminding me.
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Thank you so much for the fave!
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Thank you for the Fave! :)
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And welcome to deviantart!
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Thanks for the fave! :)
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