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“Marth was unable to reunite with Princess Minerva, and so, in order to help Ogma and the Grustian royal children, he decided to visit Wendell, who was once the children's guardian. However, the "Holm Beach" where Wendell resides is dominion of the infamous Macedonian Vikings. Countless pirates await in Marth's path. Will Marth be able to safely rescue the children...?”
—Opening Narration, Shin Monshō no Nazo

“Unable to reunite with Princess Minerva, Marth, in order to find Oguma and the Grunian royal children, headed to visit bishop Wendel, who once protected the children. However, the bishop resides at Holm Beach, ruled by the dreaded Macedonian Vikings. In front of Marth's path countless pirates await him. Can they really safely rescue the children...?”
—Opening Narration, Mystery of the Emblem

Joy and Sorrow is Chapter 4 of Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem and its remake.


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

You should immediatly recruit Sirus on turn 1. It is advisable that the group consisting of Ogma, Yumina, Yubello, and Sirus should simply defend the village where Castor resides until Marth and the others can join them, as Group 2 simply does not have the manpower to assault the castle, and bandits may attack the village in their absence.


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Previous chapter:
Abducted Princess or Shadows Behind the Scenes
Joy and Sorrow Next chapter:
Liberation of Grust

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