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“After saving the hidden village of Arcadia, the Lycia Alliance Army followed Igrene out of the desert. Roy's next task was to confront the Revolutionaries in Etruria. However, a messenger from Nabata came to him with disturbing news. Fae, the little Dragon girl, had left Arcadia, following Roy. It would be a disaster if the Revolutionaries or Bern got their hands on her. Bent on finding her before the enemy, Roy led his forces toward a small fort on the Etrurian border.”
—Opening Narration

The Dragon Girl (竜の娘 Ryū no musume) is Chapter 15 of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade.

  • At end of chapter, you will get a Knight Crest if Perceval was recruited and his allies survived the chapter. Rescuing them with some of your own units is one way to ensure this.

Initial EnemiesEdit

Enemy ReinforcementsEdit

  • Turn 3, from the northeast mountains:
  • Turn 12-15, from the Forts north of the Castle:
    • 1 Cavalier L17 w/ Steel Lance
    • 1 Cavalier L16 w/ Steel Lance, Javelin
  • Turn 12-15, from the Castle:
    • 1 Cavalier L16 w/ Steel Lance
    • 1 Cavalier L16 w/ Steel Lance, Javelin




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

To save the village and recruit Garret: split the Army into two groups. One group should stay near the first village and wait for attackers (if you need to recruit Perceval, Elffin/Larum will be in that group).

Send the other group of Lilina and some cavaliers east. If Lilina is at a decent level, have her visit the village and wait for Garret.

About half of the initial enemies are cavaliers with only lances and javelins and the reinforcements that come from turn 12-15 are also cavaliers with lances and javelins, so this map is perfect for the axe men on your team. Just make sure to bring a halberd or 2 along.

Since there are archers/snipers with a valkyrie who has an Aircalibur on this map, flying units are not recommended. Just use lances with your cavaliers, and you'll be fine. Due to the aforementioned cavaliers, a horseslayer or 2 would go a long way.

If the groups are balanced, they should both be able to defeat their attackers with no casualties.
Previous chapter:
Arcadia or The Infernal Element
The Dragon Girl Next chapter:
Retaking the Capital

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