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“Marth once again departed from Altea, heading towards the capital of Akania. However, the King of Gra, ally to Archanea, stood in their path. Gra allied with Dolhr in the previous war; King Jiol fell in battle, and the kingdom was lost. Gra was annexed to Akaneia at one point, but, by Emperor Hardin’s order, it was returned to Akaneia. Hardin found King Jiol’s daughter, Princess Sheema, and allowed her to take the throne, providing support to Gra. Sheema received fanatical support from her people. To them, Sheema was their only hope. The youths volunteered to become soldiers one after the other. And then, happily moved out to exact revenge on Altea, their bitter enemy. However, their dreams were shattered… Before the fast approaching Altean elites, the Gra soldiers lost the will to fight and started fleeing for their lives.”
—Opening Narration, Shin Monshō no Nazo

“Marth and the others once again moved out from Altea, and headed towards the imperial capital of Pales. But, along their way, they passed through the Kingdom of Gra, a land allied to Akaneia. In the previous war Gra sided with the Doluna Empire, which resulted in their king, Jiol, dying in battle and the destruction of the kingdom. The country was once a part of Altea, but they sided with Akaneia after listening to Hardin’s orders. Hardin found King Jiol's daughter, Princess Sheema, and allowed her to ascend the throne, and he then ordered reinforcements from Gra. Sheema received wild support from the citizens of Gra. To them, Sheema was their only hope. The youths all volunteered to become soldiers. They were happy to move out and have the chance to defeat their bitter enemy, Altea. But their dreams were shattered in an instant... Before the fast approaching Altean elites, Gra’s soldiers lost all morale, and fled for their lives.”
—Opening Narration, Mystery of the Emblem

Gra's Setting Sun is Chapter 17 of Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem and its remake.

ShopsEdit

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the EmblemEdit

ArmoryEdit

Items Price
Silver Sword
Javelin
Slim Lance
Silver Lance
Killer Bow
Silver Bow

VendorEdit

Items Price
Vulnerary
Door Key
Mend
Thunder
Blizzard
Elfire

Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no Nazo ~Hikari to Kage no Eiyū~Edit

ArmoryEdit

Items Price
Silver Sword
Silver Lance
Javelin
Silver Axe
Hand Axe
Silver Bow

VendorEdit

Items Price
Thunder
Blizzard
Elfire
Mend
Door Key
Vulnerary

StrategyEdit

Subjective
Secret Book (Artwork) The following part of this article contains strategy; therefore, it is subjective, and may not work for everyone.

This chapter is not hard at all, and you also get two new characters (three in the remake), Sheema and Samson. Sheema is great, but has low base stats. It is best to train her in Chapter 18. You also get Tomas in Shin Monsho no Nazo, who, like Sheema, has bad base stats but excellent growth rates.

In this chapter (17) only kill the Akaneia units and leave the Gra units alive until after you recruit Sheema. You can tell the units apart by the weapons they carry and their stat. Akaneia units carry silver weapons as opposed to the iron weapons of the Gra units, who are as weak as enemies in chapter 1. 

Gra units also are not aggressive and will not initiate an attack. 

Once you have recruited Sheema to the team, give her the Star orb that was obtained from Chapter 14 to increase her growth rates even further by allowing her to kill off the Gra units. By doing this, Sheema, will level up at least once or twice before the next chapter (excluded in the remake; killing Gra soldiers after Sheema's recruitment in that game will make her and Samson join the enemy).

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Previous chapter:
Reclaim the Capital or Reunion
Gra's Setting Sun Next chapter:
Battle of the Pass


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