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Ranking is a gameplay mechanic seen in some games of the Fire Emblem series. Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War saw the introduction of rankings at the end of the game to grade performance of players according to specific goals, normally relating to areas such as number of characters dead, total turns to complete the game, and so forth.

Endgame rankings featured in every game after Genealogy until Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, where they were removed in favor of Tower/Ruin run rankings. In Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, endgame rankings were relegated to Trial Maps only, the main game merely ranking characters on kills instead of the player on performance.

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy WarEdit

FE4's rankings consist of 4 separate rankings, and one overall ranking. Each ranking can range from A (highest) to E (lowest).

Tactics RankEdit

One receives an A rank in Tactics if the total turns taken to complete the game is less than 400 turns. The rank drops by 1 for each player-controlled castle that is destroyed.

Information on lower rankings currently unknown.

Survival RankEdit

One receives an A rank in Survival if every character on one's team survived. This does not include recruitable characters who were killed before being recruited. If a character was revived by the Valkyrie staff, the game does not consider said character dead at the end of the generation (For example: If Ulster dies in Chapter 7 and is revived in the Final Chapter, the game considers him to be alive the whole game).

Information on lower rankings currently unknown.

Experience RankEdit

One receives an A rank in Experience if the total experience gained by one's team is exceeds 100,000.

Information on lower rankings currently unknown.

Combat RankEdit

One receives an A rank in Combat if 3 or less units have died throughout the game. This differs from the Survival Rank due to the presence of the Valkyrie Staff, which means everyone may be alive at the end of the game, but may have died during the game. FE4 does not save character death numbers even after restarting.

Information on lower rankings currently unknown.

Overall RankEdit

The Overall Rank is an average of the four individual rankings.

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776Edit

Instead of the multiple-ranking system used by Genealogy of the Holy War, Thracia 776 instead used a single ranking based on two factors: number of units recruited, and number of turns taken. It also had a larger range of rankings, from E to AAA for the NP version of the game, and E to SSS for the ROM version.

RankingEdit

Rankings are mostly based on number of turns taken; there are separate turn requirements for each ranking depending on whether the player recruited the maximum possible 47 recruitable characters or not.

NP Ranks
47 Characters Recruited 46 or fewer recruited
AAA 249 Turns or less Unavailable
AA 250–269 turns 249 turns or less
A 270–299 turns 250–269 turns
B 300–349 turns 270–299 turns
C 350–449 turns 300–349 turns
D 450–599 turns 350–449 turns
E 600 turns or more 450 turns or more
ROM Ranks
47 Characters Recruited 46 or fewer recruited
SSS 179 turns or less Unavailable
SS 180–199 turns 179 turns or less
S 200–219 turns 180–199 turns
AAA 220–249 turns 200–219 turns
AA 250–269 turns 220–249 turns
A 270–299 turns 250–269 turns
B 300–349 turns 270–299 turns
C 350–449 turns 300–349 turns
D 450–599 turns 350–449 turns
E 600 turns or more 450 turns or more

Fire Emblem: The Binding BladeEdit

FE6 returned to the multiple-ranking system of FE4. Rankings ranges from E to SS.

Ranking specifications listed are for both A routes, all sidequests played, best ending only.

Tactics RankEdit

The Tactics Rank depends on the total amount of turns taken to finish the game.

Rank Turn Count
A 630 turns or less
B 631–785 turns
C 785–1095 turns
D 1096–1405 turns
E 1406 turns or more

Survival RankEdit

The Survival Rank depends on the amount of characters dead at the end of the game.

Rank Amount
A 0
B 1
C 2–3
D 4–5
E 6+

Funds RankEdit

The Funds Rank depends on the total value owned by the army at the end of the game, including gold and the sell price of every item.

Rank Value
A 84,000 G or more
B 67,200–83,999 G
C 44,800–67,199 G
D 22,400–44,799 G
E 22,399 G or less

Combat RankEdit

The Combat Rank depends on the total ratio of battles won (enemy died) versus battles fought of every character in the army.

Rank Ratio
A 40% or greater
B 35–39%
C 25–34%
D 15–24%
E 15% or lower

Experience RankEdit

The Experience Rank depends on the total amount of experience acquired by the army.

Rank Total EXP
A 50,100 or more
B 45,100–50,099
C 40,100–45,099
D 35,100–40,099
E 35,099 or less

Power RankEdit

Depends on the total Level of all recruited characters, with promoted character Levels counting as Level+20.

Rank Total Levels
A 1001 or more
B 901–1000
C 801–900
D 701–700
E 700 or less

Overall RankEdit

The Overall Rank is the average of the six individual ranks. If playing in Hard Mode, the S Rank is replaced by the SS Rank.

Fire Emblem: The Blazing BladeEdit

The Blazing Blade relegated letter grades to the overall rank only, and gave individual rankings a score in stars instead. Star scores range from 1 to 5 stars, the overall rank ranges from E to S.

Ranking specifications listed are for Eliwood Normal route, all sidequests played, only.

Tactics RankEdit

Tactics Rank depends on the total amount of turns taken to finish the game.

Rank Turn Count
✯✯✯✯✯ 299 or less
✯✯✯✯ 300–349
✯✯✯ 350–399
✯✯ 400–449
450 or more

Survival RankEdit

Survival Rank depends on the amount of characters dead at the end of the game.

Rank Characters Dead
✯✯✯✯✯ 0
✯✯✯✯ 1
✯✯✯ 2–3
✯✯ 4–5
6+

Funds RankEdit

The Funds Rank depends on the total value owned by the army at the end of the game, including gold and the buy price of every item. Purchasing items at half price via silver card will increase this ranking.

Rank Total
✯✯✯✯✯ 925,520 G or more
✯✯✯✯ 694,140–925,519 G
✯✯✯ 462,760–694,139 G
✯✯ 231,380–462,759 G
231,379 G or less

Experience RankEdit

The Experience Rank depends on the total amount of experience acquired by the army.

Rank Total EXP
✯✯✯✯✯ 36,900 or more
✯✯✯✯ 35,550–36,899
✯✯✯ 34,200–35,549
✯✯ 32,800–34,199
32,799 or less

Combat RankEdit

The Combat Rank depends on the total ratio of battles won (enemy died) versus battles fought of every character in the army.

Rank Ratio
✯✯✯✯✯ 40% or more
✯✯✯✯ 35%–39%
✯✯✯ 25%–34%
✯✯ 15%–24%
15% or less

Overall RankEdit

The Overall Rank is the average of the five individual ranks.

Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesEdit

Upon clearing the Tower or Ruins in Stones, a player is scored on various areas. Some scores keep track of the best a player has done at the Tower/Ruins, others keep cumulative totals.

Cleared: Running total of the number of times a player has cleared the Tower or Ruins.

Monsters: Running total of the amount of monsters a player has killed inside the Tower or Ruins.

EXP: Running total of the amount of experience a player has gained inside the Tower or Ruins.

Units Used: The amount of people sent out over the whole Tower or Ruins. That is, it counts the amount of people used on each floor. A person used on all 8 floors of the tower counts as 8 people used, for example. The lowest number of people used is saved.

Turns: The amount of turns taken to beat the Tower or Ruins. The lowest number of turns taken is saved.

Time: The amount of time taken to beat the Tower or Ruins. The shortest amount of time taken is saved.

TearRing Saga Series: Berwick Saga Edit

There are four categories to fulfill throughout the game: Tactics, Fame, Completion, and Happiness, each ranked 1 to 35.

Tactics Edit

These are earned by completing objectives in the compulsory missions in chapters 2 through 13.

Chapter 2 Clear chapter Clear chapter in 21 turns or less Clear chapter in 18 turns or less
Chapter 3 Clear chapter 2 priests reach the temple All 3 priests reach the temple
Chapter 4 Clear chapter 10 or more allied soldiers survive All 12 allied soldiers survive
Chapter 5 Clear chapter Defeat Lyarc Defeat Lyarc in 10 turns or less
Chapter 6 Defeat Oltmann 4 citizens escape All 5 citizens escape
Chapter 7 Clear chapter 3 of Vester's knights escape All 4 of Vester's knights escape
Chapter 8 Defeat Von Beck 3 of the ballisticians escape All 4 ballisticians escape
Chapter 9 Clear chapter 4 of the engineers survive All 5 engineers survive
Chapter 10 Clear chapter 3 of Vester's knights survive All 4 of Vester's knights survive
Chapter 11 Clear chapter Escape after turn 23 Escape after turn 24
Chapter 12 Clear chapter Clear chapter in 22 turns or less All NPCs survive
Chapter 13 Clear chapter Defeat Conan -

As noted above, points are earned for each of these chapters cleared except for Chapters 6 and 8, meaning the minimum possible score in this category is 10.

Fame Edit

There are 37 civilian requests in the game, 35 of which count toward this category (the two other quests, which involve Esteban's recruitment, count toward the Happiness category instead). These are side objectives that must be fulfilled in each compulsory mission from Chapters 2 to 13. One point is earned for each of the requests completed.

Completion Edit

These are rewarded for completing side missions and various item-based quests:

  • +1 for each side mission cleared (23 total points)
  • +1 for every 6 collector's items found (18 items → 3 total points)
  • +1 for every 6 bounty targets killed or captured (18 bounties → 3 total points)
  • +1 for every 4 furniture items purchased (13 items → 3 total points)
  • +1 for every 10 items forged at the blacksmith's (20 items → 2 total points)
  • +1 for creating all 10 items at the alchemist's

Happiness Edit

These are rewarded for completing important tasks related to each of the 35 characters. Each character provides one point and must survive to the end of the game in order to earn his or her happiness point. Requirements include promoting characters, permanently recruiting certain mercenaries, other characters surviving, and viewing certain endings, among others.

Character Promotion Recruitment Survival Ending Viewed Other
Reese self all
Ward Elbert, Chris
Leon self personal
Adel self personal cleared Ch. 5-1: Lumiere
Sherlock self personal
Elbert self, Chris Chris
Chris self Elbert
Dean self
Izerna self Enid & Percival
Ouro self
Axel self personal
Sylvia self personal
Ruby self self Clifford personal
Arthur self self personal
Czene self personal viewed events "Horse and Girl 1-4"
Kramer self self
Faye self self Faramir obtained Seiken Vritra
Derrick Enid
Clifford self Ruby
Faramir self, Faye Faye
Estobar self self personal
Aegina self Sherpa & Aegina
Sherpa Sherpa & Aegina
Saphira self Paramythis farewell
Olwen self personal
Daoud self personal captured Julian
Larentia farewell
Sedy self personal
Marcel personal cleared Ch. 8-2: Situation in the Armory
Enid self Enid & Perceval
Percival self self Enid & Perceval
Burroughs personal
Alvina spoke with Vester
Paramythis Saphira
Lanette all letters viewed, Reese has Tulsa Circlet

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