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“The coup d'etat at Aquleia quickly spread out to the rest of Etruria. Calling themselves the Revolutionaries, the coup d'etat forces sought to ally with Bern and divide rulership of Elibe. Cecilia escaped from Aquleia with Guinevere. Forming an anti-coup d'etat militia called the Loyalists, she traveled around Etruria, fighting the Revolutionaries. However, the Revolutionaries had Bern on their side. With King Mordred taken hostage, Great General Douglas and Knight General Percival were also forced to join the Revolutionaries. With these powerful allies, the Revolutionaries slowly began to push the Loyalists out of Etruria. Eventually, the Loyalists were driven into an old castle on Misul Peninsula. After locating Cecilia, Roy headed for Misul. Meanwhile, the Loyalists were under joint attack by the Revolutionaries and Bern's troops. It would only be a matter of time before the Loyalists were defeated.”
—Opening Narration

Rescue Mission (救出作戦 Kyūshutsu sakusen) is Chapter 13 of Fire Emblem: Binding Blade.


If you've recruited Perceval and his allies survived, you'll get a Knight Crest

Although you can recruit Perceval, it is extremely difficult, as he and his allies will leave on turn 8; it is much easier to recruit him in Chapter 15: The Dragon Girl, as he won't leave during that chapter. If you wish to recruit him this chapter, there is a particularly risky strategy you can try. Also If you manage to recruit him in this chapter and not all of his allies survive then at the end of Chapter 15: The Dragon Girl , you'll receive a Knight Crest so long as Perceval is still alive.


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

Start Lalum/Elphin in the northernmost spot in your unit arrangement, and have your strongest flier (preferably a promoted Falcon Knight) go to the edge of their range on the first turn, then give them another move and rescue the unit and carry them east over the water. On the next turn, you should be able to get to the north bridge, out of enemy range, and drop the unit. On turn three, you can repeat the move-dance/sing-rescue-and-move again technique from turn 1, and this time wait north of the bridge while continuing east. You can then drop the unit in the lone forested square east of the bridge on turn 4, and if Lalum/Elphin is at a high enough level, they should be able to dodge attacks long enough to survive, allowing you to possibly recruit Percival on turn 5. Note that this is very risky and prone to failure, and not worth the risk unless you have a level 20 Knight or Cavalier that needs the Knight Crest.

A different way to obtain Percival if you have a Falcon Knight that's capable of surviving a few hits follows almost the same strategy. However, instead of dropping your Dancer or Bard in the forested square on turn 4, you drop the unit off on the bridge, outside the attacking range of most to all enemy units. After dropping its load, your Falcon Knight should position itself at the top row of the bridge, just within Percival's attack range. Percival will attack you after you end your turn, putting him in range for recruitment with little risk to Lalum/Elphin. This strategy will fail if your Falcon Knight kills Percival through counter-attacking, although it should take a Silver Lance and a considerable amount of training in the Arena for Tate or Thany to be capable of such a feat.

If you use the second strategy, it is possible to have other mounted units rush the top bridge and be in range to help Percival ferry Lalum/Elphin out of danger on turn 5. This will also make it much easier for Percival to survive the ordeal, as some enemies may give chase and double him if his speed is halved.

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