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Ike (SpotPass)

Ike as a SpotPass character in Awakening.

SpotPass is a feature of the Nintendo 3DS that allows users to automatically download updates. Most of these are notes from friends using SwapNote, or messages (and ads) from Nintendo.

Fire Emblem makes its debut on the Nintendo 3DS with the game Fire Emblem: Awakening. Intelligent Systems, the creators of Fire Emblem, will send out free additional content via the Internet and SpotPass. Players can receive a Einherjar character set of old FE Characters, a new weapon, or even a new sidequest.

ItemsEdit

These weapons are downloaded straight to your Convoy. However, you can only obtain each item once. If one wishes to obtain more, duplicates can be obtained from paid DLC.

Double DuelEdit

Exclusive enemy teams are added to the 2-player local co-operative Double Duel mode. These tag opponents are harder than the ones already in the game.

ParaloguesEdit

These are additional sidequests where one can recruit special characters. These can only be received via SpotPass.

Avatar LogbookEdit

The Avatar Logbook keeps track of all StreetPass, SpotPass, and DLC units recruited or battled. It also keeps track of all Avatars made in the players game if they have been recorded. Regardless if a StreetPass, SpotPass, or DLC unit is recruited, the Avatar Logbook will record that unit inside of the book. It can save a maximum of 100 StreetPass, SpotPass, or DLC units. When players use the units and they acquire stats growths or skills that they did not have upon recruitment, the player can update the cards to that current version. If one of these units fall in battle, you can recruit them from the log book for a price depending on the Avatar's level, skill bank, and stats. For StreetPass Avatars, players can view their Avatar card, allowing them to see where they are from, the difficulty and mode (if the player allowed it), as well as that Avatar's marriage partners.

EinherjarEdit

These are characters from previous Fire Emblem titles. There are a total of 120 SpotPass characters in a total of 12 sets. 9 of those sets are based on an individual game, each with 9 previously playable characters and the main human antagonist of each game (except Gaiden). Genealogy of the Holy War is represented twice; one for Sigurd's generation and second for Seliph's. The twelfth and final set are 10 additional villains from various games, though some games are represented more than once.

SpotPass characters, once downloaded, will appear on the world map as a green unit. Once the player enters the location where this unit is, the player can do one of three things; Buy an item from the unit's shop, hire the character, or battle the character.

Character shops generally have good items that are based around characters (such as Eliwood's Blade) and other related goods.

Characters can recruit the unit in two ways. For a fee, the players can hire the unit or the player can battle the SpotPass character in a 10-on-10 skirmish. If the player defeats the SpotPass team, the player can recruit the character for free. Once the character has been recruited he/she will be able to be used in any battle at any time. However, due to the limited space on the player's character roster, only 20 characters (SpotPass, StreetPass, and DLC combined) can be saved. When recruited, the character will have no items on hand. 

If a Spotpass character falls in battle, the player may rerecruit the character once more if they summon them to the map again. Also if their Avatar Logbook data was saved at any point, they can recruit them from that point. However the price may be higher than recruiting them normally.

All characters can be reclassed to whatever non-special class of that character's gender the player desires, including a Tactician. However, both forms of Marth are the only Einherjar that can be a Lodestar. Tiki is the only Einherjar that can be a Manakete. Several characters are also available for DLC.

Note: "*" indicates available as DLC too.

Shadow DragonEdit

GaidenEdit

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

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War - 1st GenerationEdit

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War - 2nd GenerationEdit

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776Edit

Fire Emblem: Binding BladeEdit

Fire Emblem: Rekka no KenEdit

Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesEdit

Fire Emblem: Path of RadianceEdit

Fire Emblem: Radiant DawnEdit

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