Artwork of Marth from Heroes's title screen. Regardless, his faith in his people do have its benefits, as recruitment of an assortment of people from different backgrounds directly contributed to his success in both wars. In Grust, he meets with Lang, the general of the Archanean occupying force in the region, whose malicious attitude disgusted Marth; Lang revealed the alleged rebellion was being led by Lorenz, a former ally of Marth's, which raised Marth's suspicions about the situation. His only significant weakness is his need to visit villages, which can sometimes keep the player from using him as much as they would like. While Marth cannot promote, the presence of extremely powerful statboosting items will patch whatever weak points in his stats exist, and as mentioned, he tends to have first pick, given his importance to the army. Marth must be used for visiting villages and advancing towards the seize point, meaning he often can't dedicate turns to battling and gaining experience. Gra's King Jiol arrived with a wave of reinforcements, closing in on Marth's group; to ensure the escape of Marth and the others, Frey offered himself as a decoy, dressing as the prince and fleeing to the south, luring Jiol and the reinforcements away. En route he visited a village and encountered a severely wounded Michalis, who gave Starlight to Marth for use against Gharnef once more. The "Marth" translation was popularized primarily by Super Smash Bros. Melee.• From the Roman god Mars, as above; this name is used only in the OVA's English dub. Wallpaper of Marth from Heroes' A Hero Rises event. This is thanks to him joining with much higher bases, which will likely be on par with your other units in Prologue-8, great growths even for New Mystery standards, swords being a much better weapon type in this game and access to the Binding Shield which raises his somewhat low stat caps. Marth was a prince whose kingdom was usurped. Fancy Pants here. Personality: Marth is a kindhearted yet incredibly idealistic leader and has subtle pacifist morals. Archer Barbarian Cavalier Dark Mage Wyvern Rider Fighter Knight Mage Mercenary Myrmidon Priest Tactician Thief. Marth's versions of the Falchion and Binding Shield also appear as a Sword & Shield weapon set. Reviewed in Canada on January 26, 2020. Attack Speed Bond boosts his already impressive Atk/Spd by 5, bringing them to a neutral 55/44, so long as he is adjacent to an ally during combat. From Fire Emblem Wiki, your source on Fire Emblem information. Full Name (JP) Marth is the prince of Altea and the main character of the first Fire Emblem game, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light. For the character who disguised as Marth in Fire Emblem Awakening, see Lucina. This is what is discussed about Marth: Mei Ling: Snake, have you heard the saying "Politics makes strange bedfellows"? Most of Marth's advantages in Mystery of the Emblem remain intact, but he suffers somewhat from a few factors: the loss of early Warp in Book 2 robs him of his biggest mobility tool, the nerf to statboosters means his stats can be a bit worse, buyable Rapiers are less common, Mercurius is no longer a personal weapon, the AI is no longer programmed to target him, and certain other characters, like Palla, have been hugely buffed. Artwork of Marth from Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light. However, Chrom's army soon returns under the guise of summoned troops once again, but this time fighting against the united Archanean and Valentian Army leading to their defeat. He was believed by many to be destined to lead all of Archanea to salvation, as represented by his use of the legendary Fire Emblem. Game Marth appears on a t-shirt called Marth tee as part of the Miitomo x Fire Emblem collaboration event. Product was delivered within the time frame. Driven from his kingdom by the Dolhr Empire in the beginning of the War of Shadows, he took refuge in Talys for two years before departing to amass an army to resist and strike down the empire's grip on Archanea. His role is much the same here as it was in the game it adapts, with the addition of an exploration of the emotional consequences the fall of Aritia and the loss of his family had on him. Marth's portrait in Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light. (Bad ending) Animation still of Marth and Caeda sitting together from the anime. FE3 Yuri Lowenthal (Fates, Heroes, Warriors)Spike Spencer (OVA) Gotoh then arrived, and realizing that Gharnef was attempting to revive Medeus once more, they continue their battle by trying to locate Medeus and Gharnef. It also buffs his growth rates, though this will have little effect on him, as he is likely to be capped out. Prince of AlteaKing of Archanea He also comes with a high weapon level and he can quickly get the needed level to wield the Silver Sword which will significantly improve his combat. Mars; used in the Super Smash Bros. series. Like all male bonus units in Awakening, all three versions of Marth have access to all base class and advanced class skills available to standard male units. Marth was featured on four TCG cards, starting from the fifth card series. LordLodestar (Awakening, Fates) Finally Joint Hone Spd grants a visible +5 Spd buff to himself and any ally adjacent to him at the start of a turn. For DLC Prince Marth's Aptitude skill, add +20% to all growth rates. Snake: Don't tell me that's a Chinese proverb. Marth, Altean Prince Alongside the commercial success of Advance Wars, their favorable appearance in Melee contributed to the initial interest in the Fire Emblem franchise, leading to a international release of the seventh game, Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade, simply known as Fire Emblem. Much of the first episode is devoted to her relationship with Marth during his days in exile on Talys, and her efforts to try to get him to relax and stop worrying about the duties he will eventually assume as Falchion's heir. When wielding it, Marth deals effective damage to them, with a total might exceeding a Silver Lance, making him one of the player's best attackers against the most common enemy types, including many of the game's bosses. As such Marth is by far the best unit to fight Medeus outside of using Rainbow Tonics, getting a critical with a forged Thoron tome, etc. During this battle, Marth met Julian and learned of the mysterious disappearance of Minerva's sister Maria, and of the cleric Lena. Winter Marth brings his sister Elice with him into battle as a colorless Bow Armor unit. Japanese As such, he greatly values allies who can give him whatever sort of buffs he can get to maintain the effect. Snake: ...I can. Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light, cannot be brought back into a battle after being defeated, Fire Emblem Heroes: Mini Acrylic Figure Collection, Sakurai Interview: Fire Emblem 25th Anniversary, Marth and Ike Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. Although Marth's two titles were released only in Japan at the time, he has acquired more widespread international attention through his appearance in the Nintendo brawler, Super Smash Bros. Melee. In every chapter aside from the Endgame, he is required to seize the throne to clear the chapter. Prologue VIII: Assassination of the Hero-King (New Mystery of the Emblem In all, the original Marth is an excellent unit who should be made use of in any playthrough. As is standard for the Fire Emblem series, but atypical of characters in Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., Marth cannot be brought back into a battle after being defeated; instead, the player must use his amiibo again in order to regain access to him. As part of a collaboration coinciding with the release of Fire Emblem Heroes, a T-shirt featuring Marth as he appears in Heroes was made available in Miitomo. Old Hubba summons Prince Marth, alongside Ike and Alm, to help Chrom take care of a group of out of control Einherjar. Marth wields the Falchion which deals heavy damage to single targets near him. The first game in what would become the long-running tactical role-playing medieval high fantasy series Fire Emblem, released on the Japanese NES (Famicom) and titled Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (Ankoku Ryuu to Hikari no Tsurugi), introduced Marth as the main character. He became the 5th King of Altea and, as the leader of the unified Kingdom of Archanea, worked tirelessly to restore the devastated nations. This unit can reclass to any male class available through reclassing. In sallying forth to aid Princess Nyna, he also honors the historic ties between his country and House Archanea as inducted by his ancestor Anri. Marth receiving the Fire Emblem from the Princess of Archanea. Alteans and friends of the League! Marth is a playable character in Fire Emblem Warriors. In the closing days of the war, Marth turned his focus toward Dolhr Keep, where Medeus himself lay in wait. With the War of Heroes finally over, most of Archanea's noble houses were left in ruins. His low Res also does him no favors when facing common blue mages like Reinhardt, Delthea, Linde, and L'Arachel. As he travelled the route through the Marmotord desert, the Flame Barrel graveyard and the frozen wastelands of the north, fighting degenerated wild dragons, collecting the Starsphere's shards and learning from Xane the true history of Archanea, the Manaketes and the creation of Falchion and Fire Emblem. There is a German municipality named Marth, but it is unlikely to have had any influence on the character's name. Faction(s) His appearance is primarily based on his design from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon. He is noted to have received several increases in speed to his moveset, most notably his Dancing Blade special, but in exchange has more difficulty landing his powerful tipper sweetspot. Each stat are calculated independently, but he can achieve incredible results depending on his team composition and synergy with units like Brave Lucina or Legendary Azura. They considered the troops from outside of that Outrealm a bigger menace to peace. 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Marth returned to war-torn Altea and devoted all his energy to restoring the kingdom to its former glory. Afterwards, as most of Archanea's noble houses were left in ruins, almost all of its surviving rulers ceded sovereignty over their territories to Marth himself, and so Marth united the continent as the United Kingdom of Archanea, serving as its first king while crowned as the fifth king of Altea with Caeda as his wife, and spends his time rebuilding Archanea with her in Pales, the capital of Archanea. Marth (Fire Emblem) (702) Ike (Fire Emblem) (279) Roy (Fire Emblem) (198) Lucina (Fire Emblem) (189) Pit (Kid Icarus) (187) Link (Legend of Zelda) (183) My Unit | Reflet | Robin (158) Peach-hime | Peach Toadstool (148) Samus Aran (133) Dark Pit (Kid Icarus) (123) Include Relationships Ike/Marth (Fire Emblem) (80) Marth/Sheeda | Caeda (49) When the very first Fire Emblem game came out in Japan, one man stood out on the game's cover. Read at your own risk! His gentle demeanor draws others to him, and he truly values his friends. Marth in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Marth returns in Super Smash Bros. For 3DS and Wii U. Marth's appearance has been changed to be near identical to his design in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem. Hero’s Blood Hero’s Blood is a reskinned Fire Emblem; that is, a 2-cooldown Special that grants bonus damage equal to 30% of Young Marth’s Speed and grants +4 to all stats to Marth … While his circlet appears to be his in the games, the anime implies it is a memento given to him by his sister Elice and in the manga it is a gift from Caeda. Not wanting his son to suffer at the hands of war, Cornelius sent Marth into exile to a safe country with his childhood friend Shiida, there he would be able to live peacefully, however Cornelius was betrayed by a trusted ally and was killed, and Altea's kingdom was soon taken over. In addition, certain variants also receive the following as personal skills: If the player scans the Marth amiibo from the Super Smash Bros. series into the game when prompted, Marth will appear in the player's My Castle. He also stars in its sequel, Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem, as well as the remakes of both games, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem. Artwork of Bridegroom Marth from Warriors. He is also allowed to wield all three Falchion variants, which are otherwise exclusive to Chrom or Lucina.  Learning from the realities of war and its impact on everyone, not just his own nation, during the War of Shadows ultimately guided Marth to look past his hatred and see his enemies not just as enemies, but as people with minds and wishes of their own. Marth's status as a Lord is another factor in his favor, as it means he is the best choice for killing bosses. Marth's portrait when upset in Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light. 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His Cost 2 card gains 10 ATK while you have two or more Red Units Deployed, and his sister Elice's card gives him an additional 10 ATK while she's on the Field, meaning it can be very easy to get a low Cost 70 ATK Unit on the Field when playing a Red Deck. However, Marth was blessed to be able to refine his Falchion, now having a Renewal 3 effect, healing him every two turns, retaining his ability to deal effective damage against dragons, and now granting a powerful buff to allies within two spaces of himself, boosting their four core stats by 2 during combat. In their portrayal of him, Ylissean culture appears to have reinterpreted Marth as fiercer and harsher than he actually was, overlooking the legacy of victory through kindness he built. Unsubscribe. This does not fill the skill gauges of dragons. 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Deals flame damage to enemies directly ahead, and gradually recovers the user's HP for 15 seconds. Marth (マルス, Marusu) is the prince of Altea but was forced into hiding in Talys when the Dolhrian army invaded his kingdom. Marth was introduced in the first Fire Emblem game, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light for the Famicom console, which was later remade for Nintendo DS as Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon. Race Marth is the main character of Fire Emblem Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light and you always have to deploy him, so you might as well use him. Despite his grief at this news, and despite Nyna and Malledus suggesting he take a break, he nonetheless greeted the people of Altea, joyful at their freedom. Marth in the Fire Emblem: One Hundred Songs of Heroes Karuta set by Maki Hakoda. First Joined Marth's portrait in Mystery of the Emblem Book 2. The normal variation of Marth is one of the characters available to be summoned by players from the game's initial launch. Marth's special ability in game is Lodestar which heals a substantial amount of health to his nearby allies. The official romanization of 'Marth' comes from the fact that the Japanese language uses the same phonetic to represent "th" and "s" sounds. Marth was crowned the fifth king of Altea. An illusory likeness of Marth can be summoned through the connection of a Marth amiibo with Mila's Turnwheel. Marth is unlocked in Melee by clearing or failing Classic mode with the 14 starting characters or participating in 400 Vs. matches, or by using each of the 14 starting characters at least once in Vs. matches (not including CPU players). His kingdom has been destroyed by Dolhr's allied forces. Throughout the franchise, Marth has been considered a powerful close range fighter who has a high skill cap, but is incredibly potent when mastered. Marth's fighting style in the Super Smash Bros. series revolves around the impressive reach he has with his sword, Falchion, and with its ability to deal increased damage with the tip of the blade.
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