This article is about the Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War manga by Nattsu Fujimori, for the other Genealogy of the Holy War manga by Mitsuki Oosawa with the same title, see Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War (Mitsuki Oosawa manga)
Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War manga is one of the four manga adaptations of Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. This manga adaptation is more of comedic representation of the First Generation. It includes Noish receiving candies from rescuing a village, Oifey hiding in the bushes, and Midayle being mistaken for a pretty woman multiple times. It has a total of six volumes.
- Author: Nattsu Fujimori
- Illustrator: Nattsu Fujimori
- Publisher: Enix
- Release: November 12, 1997 - October 27, 2001 (Japan)
- Volumes (ISBN):
- Vol. 1: 4-87025-656-8 (November 12, 1997)
- Vol. 2: 4-87025-317-8 (July 12, 1998)
- Vol. 3: 4-87025-446-8 (February 12, 1999)
- Vol. 4: 4-7575-0153-6 (January 27, 2000)
- Vol. 5: 4-7575-0469-1 (July 27, 2001)
- Vol. 6: 4-7575-0578-7 (December 27, 2001)
Differences from the gameEdit
- In the manga adaptation, Kinbois is depicted as a coward: instead of being killed by Sigurd's army, he begged for mercy. On the other hand, he's shown to a somewhat kinder disposition than in the game, as Jamke remembers their childhood years very fondly and says Kinbois treated him well.
- In the manga adaptation, Shanan escapes after Sigurd's forces battle Ayra on his own and manages to convince Ayra to not fight for Verdane anymore, instead of having to be rescued by Sigurd first.
- Just like in the Oosawa manga, Fujimori sets several pairings in stone. Some of the match-ups are: Sigurd and Deirdre, Alec and Ayra, Holyn and Ayra, Midayle and Adean.
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