Now that we have covered how to recruit all the characters available in Fire Emblem: Awakening it’s time to cover another tricky aspect of the game: treasures. Fire Emblem veterans know how hard it can be to get some treasures in the series: most of the times they’re placed in hard to reach spots and guarded by powerful units. Other times you’ll have a limited time to get these treasures since some quick ruffians will get in the way of your treasure collecting endeavors and steal the treasures before you even have a chance to get them. Getting treasures on map it’s not something that’s required to complete the game but some of the rewards are definitely going to help you in some of the harder story missions. To be able to beat the ruffians to the treasure you’ll need a sound strategy and some quick moving units: while they may be getting the treasures before you, you’ll still have a chance to obtain the rewards if you manage to defeat the Ruffians. Aerial mounted units are the best moving units of the game as far as movement range is concerned; you can also use thieves to move quickly, but not as quickly as the winged units. In this guide we will be covering all the treasures available in the game: the ones in the chests are the most useful but since we’re completionists, we will be covering all of them. A game’s not completed once everything has been discovered folks!
- Paralogue 14 – Shadows in the Sands
To unlock this Paralogue you will have to give Meriel a Support relationship of S. Just like the previous Paralogue mission, there are no treasure chests here so no need to run to crush ruffians and no need for thieves and the lockpicking skill. There are villages with treasures here but you won’t be able to see them right away since this map is a desert one and you’ll need to visit them in order to be able to locate the next one. Mirages of the desert indeed. The village in the upper right will reward you with a Strength Tonic; the village to the upper left side of the map will give you a Speedwing and the one on the lower right part of the map will give you a Bullion (L). Nothing too rare so you may want to skip these rewards alltogether. The desert doesn’t offer anything too good to its inhabitants it seems.4-
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