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Marth is a fictional swordfighter from the Fire Emblem series of video games. He used to be the Prince of Aritia, however, he was eventually exiled from his continent of Akaneia. He was exiled to Talis after his father was killed, and his sister Ellis was taken hostage. Marth had to use the divine sword Falchion in order to slay the dark dragon Medeus. He is the first character to be in the Lord class in the Fire Emblem series. He was also the only Lord to keep his position during two Fire Emblem games. After Marth slayed Medeus, Hardin betrayed him and seized Aritia. Fire Emblem (Japanese: ファイアーエムブレム) is a popular strategy and role-playing video game franchise, developed by Intelligent Systems, and published by Nintendo. ... A computer game is a game composed of a computer-controlled virtual universe that players interact with in order to achieve a defined goal or set of goals. ... Fire Emblem (Japanese: ファイアーエムブレム) is a popular strategy and role-playing video game franchise, developed by Intelligent Systems, and published by Nintendo. ...


Marth is a hidden character in Super Smash Bros. Melee. To unlock Marth in Super Smash Brothers Melee, you must have used all the regular, non-unlockable characters in Regular Match mode or Versus mode at least once. Marth brought the Falchion sword with him to Super Smash Brothers Melee and he uses it as his main attacking weapon. As one of the four swordfighters in Super Smash Brothers Melee (alongside Roy, Link, and Young Link), he has a considerablely long attack range and his attacks are usually reasonably powerful, and even though they appear to be not so much as those of his fellow Fire Emblem character Roy, using the very tip of his blade results in greater power. He is also somewhat faster, more agile and jumps higher. His moves, except throw moves, are strictly from his sword, and the same goes for Roy. Super Smash Bros. ... Roy is a fictional swordfighter from the Fire Emblem series of video games. ... Link, seen here in a Ocarina of Time promotional piece of artwork, is a fierce sword fighter in all Legend of Zelda games. ... Main article: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ...


Moveset: Up&B: Recovery move, fairly poor but can be directed with practice. As an attack, works best at 1.2 damage ratio. Reason? The hit cannot "connect" if the ratio is too high, it will simply send them up into the air, never killing them. 2.0 for a one hit kill with Jigglypuff.


Left/right&B: Combo attack, use first hit to help with recovery. Press a direction and B when you see a blue sparkle to continue the combo, max 4 hits. Hit No.1: B, an ordinary top to bottom slash. Damage 1/5 Hit No.2: B, a slash to the sides, aimed at the middle section of the body. Dam. 1/5 Hit No.2: Up&B, an ordinary bottom to top slash. Damage 2/5, but combo ends here. Hit No.3: B, a slash to the sides, aimed at the middle section of the body. Dam. 3/5 Note: This usually sends enemies away, so they won't feel 4th and most powerful attack. Hit No.3: Down&B, slash towards the shins. Damage 2/5, will not send opponents. Hit No.3: Up&B, an ordinary bottom to top slash. Damage 2/5, but combo ends here. Hit No.4: B, Powerful sending attack. End of combo. Hit No.4: Down&B, downwards series of 5 strikes, aimed at feet, shins and crotch.End of combo. Hit No.4: Left/Right&B, a cross slash, aimed at the middle section of the body. End of combo. Hit No.4: Up&B, a strong bottom to top slash. Combo ends here.


Marth is also the focal character of the Fire Emblem anime. Fire Emblem (Japanese: ファイアーエムブレム) is a popular strategy and role-playing video game franchise, developed by Intelligent Systems, and published by Nintendo. ... A scene from Cowboy Bebop (1998) Anime (アニメ) is Japanese animation, sometimes billed in the west under the portmanteau Japanimation. ...


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Marth (Fire Emblem) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1324 words)
The appearance of Marth and Roy sparked a greater level of western interest in the Fire Emblem series, and it was in part because of this that Nintendo began releasing the games internationally beginning with the seventh title in the series.
Marth noticed however, that several pieces of the Fire Emblem were gone, specifically the gems from the crest.
Marth is unlocked when the player has played a versus match with all the default (non-unlockable) characters at least once.
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