Divine and Fell

Divine and Fell

14 chapters / 41945 words

Approximately about 4 hours to read


This land has been called many names, but is now the continent of Ylisse. In the southeast is the Halidom of Ylisse, ruled in peace by the exalt, she who is revered for being descended from he who slew the fell dragon Grima, and the common people's connection to the divine dragon Naga. In the southwest is the kingdom of Plegia, they who worship the fell dragon Grima and wish for his return. Naturally, there would be tensions.

Lissa is used to all of this, as she and her older brother have lived in the halidom all of their lives. The stranger they have found, Robin, is not used to anything because of her vacant memory. She will have to grow accostumed quickly however, for tensions between Plegia and Ylisse are growing once again. War is only a few steps away, and to top it all off, the dead seem to want to be a part of it all, along with a mysterious swordsman who goes by the name of the Hero-King of the old kingdom of Altea.

*Fire Emblem Awakening Fanfiction Book One*



5 days ago •Jinghay• said:



5 days ago •Jinghay• said:

*slams table* Update


21 days ago •Jinghay• said:

Hey what is this fan fiction based on???


about 1 month ago •Jinghay• said:

*dances around* YAY UPDATE!


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17 days ago Dawn Kearns said:

Dead Wyverns and Spilled Ink

The bilberry bushes would be what?

Zombie dragons are awesome. That is all.

"They crashed to the ground, crushing both bones and sound, and the wyvern went still" - I'd reword this. Also, I'm not sure if it was just the wyvern's bones that got crushed or the riders' as well.

Vaike got bit by an ogre? Maybe I missed something, but I don't recall ogres being previously mentioned in this chapter, much less the entire story...

Wait, the wyvern bit him? Makes a lot more sense than the ogre. What was the "ogre's teeth" thing, then? Was that just a swear or something? If that's the case, I'd change it to a different swear to avoid ambiguity.

"adn a shot of warmth" - should be "and"

Is this dream foreshadowing? Because if I get to see zombie wolves in this story's future, I will be VERY happy.

I'm looking forward to the next chapter.

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24 days ago Dawn Kearns said:

Pay With Heroics

"I told you already that I forgave for the bathing tent incident" - I think that should be "I forgave you"

I don't actually remember this tent scene. Did it happen offscreen or something, or am I just being forgetful?

"Sully flew onto her stallion, Major, that I'd gotten the name of a couple of days ago along with the rest of the horses." I would completely delete the rest of the sentence after "Major." It's unnecessary imformation...obviously Robin would learn the names of the horses eventually.

"I could actually hear faint snarling" - I'm not a fan of the word "actually" in this sentence...I think it would sound better without it.

"This will be useful in future battles, not so much here." - WHY won't it be useful now, exactly?

"You rude!" is a weird phrase, since rude isn't a noun. "How rude!" would sound better.

FINALLY they decide to protect the healer instead of having her in the front.

Mysterious woman is a villain, calling it now.

Based on the prologue, I'd assume fights are eventually going to get a lot harder for the characters. But this one seemed a bit too easy. I'm not telling you that you should have killed anyone off, but make things more dangerous. Even though the Risen had pegasi this time, it kind of just felt like a repeat of the other fight. I'd like more variety in enemies and for the characters to be in more danger. Besides small, easily healed wounds, the characters did not lose anything in this fight - in fact, they gained a lot of loot. While I didn't mind it just this once, I don't want this to become a pattern for all future fights.

Yeah, the merchant is definitely suspicious. Especially the seal thing. What is the seal for, exactly?

"and using it on you" sounds odd. Also, "how to use you new weapon" - should be "your."

Yeah, the seals definitely need to be explained better, especially how they work.