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“It was General Ordwin, one of the Three Heroes of the War of Liberation, who put Grust on the map. His peerless knights tamed their neighbors the barbarians in the kingdom's infancy, securing its place as one of the greatest of the Seven Kingdoms. However, the current king, Ludwik, was weak-willed and easily cowed: Doluna had little trouble forcing him into an alliance. Now he had taken ill, even as Grust suffered its string of defeats at the hand of the League. The once mighty kingdom was poised to fall...”
—Opening Narration

Camus the Sable is Chapter 20 of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon.

Enemy ReinforcementsEdit

  • Two Knights will appear from the southern Forts during Turn 6 of the Enemy Phase.
  • A Paladin and three Cavaliers will appear from the western Forts during Turn 8 of the Enemy Phase.
  • Two Horsemen and a Cavalier will appear from the north-western, western and south-western Forts during Turn 9 of the Enemy Phase.

ShopsEdit

Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryu to Hikari no TsurugiEdit

Armory 1Edit

Items Price
Armorslayer 760
Rapier 900
Killing Edge 1250
Ridersbane 820
Silver Lance 1800
Steel Bow 560
Silver Bow 2200

Armory 2Edit

Items Price
Iron Sword 320
Bow 400
Hammer 300
Axe 360
Steel Axe 550
Hand Axe 450

VendorEdit

Items Price
Fire 300
Thunder 460
Blizzard 700
Elfire 1250
Bolganone 1600

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the EmblemEdit

Armory 1Edit

Items Price
Iron Sword
Iron Lance
Iron Bow
Iron Axe
Steel Axe
Hand Axe

Armory 2Edit

Items Price
Killing Edge
Silver Sword
Killer Lance
Silver Lance
Killer Bow
Silver Bow

VendorEdit

Items Price
Fire
Thunder
Blizzard
Heal
Mend

Fire Emblem: Shadow DragonEdit

Armory 1Edit

Items Price
Killing Edge
Armorslayer
Rapier
Javelin
Ridersbane
Hand Axe

Armory 2Edit

Items Price
Steel Sword
Silver Sword
Steel Lance
Steel Axe
Silver Axe
Steel Bow

VendorEdit

Items Price
Fire
Thunder
Blizzard
Elfire

StrategyEdit

Secret Book (Artwork)

The following part of this article contains strategy; therefore, it is subjective, and may not work for everyone.

Having a Ballistician like Jake or Beck allows this chapter to be a bit easier. Just try to kill Camus from afar to get Gradivus from him. Or, to deal with the Ballistician without getting in someone's attack range, just place a general within their range, although you might want to keep a healer nearby. Another idea is to bring along units with a movement rate of 9 or greater, so that you may go immediately from being too far away to be hit, straight to being too close to be hit.

ExtraEdit

  • If you enter the village south-west of the map with Marth, you can get the staff Hammerne, which Lena can use to repair other character's weapons. You'll need this if you want to keep your Manaketes around for as long as possible in the DS remake, since unlike the original, the Firestone and Divinestone have limited uses.
  • If you want to advance to the DS-exclusive Chapter 20x: Men and Monsters, you must have 15 or less characters alive by the end of this chapter.
  • While you may also recruit Lorenz by talking to him with Marth or Shiida in Shadow Dragon, Shin Monsho no Nazo cites Marth's conversation in a flashback, seeming to imply Shiida's to be non canon.However, in the original, only Shiida can recruit Lorenz, not Marth.
  • This is the last chapter to sell the Axe family of weapons, so if you're planning on fielding Barst, Bord, Cord, or Darros anytime in the last five chapters, now is the time to stock up on weapons for them.

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Previous chapter:
Manakete Princess
Camus the Sable Next chapter:
Men and Monsters or Clash in Medon


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