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No, Ike and Marth don't meet in any Fire Emblem games but they are in Super Smash Bros. Are Roy and Marth from Fire Emblem brothers? No, they are in two. Roy is a character from the Fire Emblem series who made his debut in Fire Emblem: Melee, where him and Marth were playable characters, marking the first time After his fateful meeting with the Princess Guinevere, his destiny became. The red Marth main will, however, dispute this insurmountable fact and It isn't uncommon for the Roy main to consistently forward smash at.
FE7, Fire Emblem for the American version, starred Roy's father, Eliwood, and his two friends, Lyn and Hector, as they traveled around with a famed tactician and a small band of followers to find Eliwood's missing father, Lord Elbert, the current Marquess of Pherae, and eventually get tangled up in a scheme that very well threatens the entire continent of Elibe. Now, compare the two games.
Roy did not exist until a few years after the events of FE7, shown during the epilogue of the said game.
Competitive Super Smash Bros.: Marth vs Roy
ThunderCavalier - 10 years ago 2 0 Answers User Info: Isredel Isredel - 10 years ago 0 0 What are you talking about? No, Roy and Marth are not in this game. I don't know what charecters you are talking about, but they are not here.
Number 7 was the first one to be released in the US. Marth debuted in with the release of Fire Emblem: He then leads a rebellion to regain control of his kingdom and save his sister Elice.
Marth's peaceful reign over Altea is disrupted when he discovers Emperor Hardin, a former ally, comrade and friend, was conquering neighboring kingdoms by force. In Fire Emblem Awakeninga game set in the far future of his story and starring his distant descendants, Marth is available as both a paid downloadable content character in the "Champions of Yore 1" package which is also included in a bundle with "Champions of Yore 2," which features Roy from The Binding Bladeand as two different SpotPass characters: During the course of the game's main story, his descendant Princess Lucina of Ylisse disguises herself as Marth and, wearing a mask, actively claims to be him until her father, Chrom, Prince of Ylisse, discovers her true identity.
Meleewhere he is an unlockable character alongside Roywho would later appear in the Japanese only release Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn and Meta Knight from the Kirby series.
Marth (Fire Emblem) - Wikipedia
His final smash, Critical Hit, strikes opponents with a blow that instantly knocks them out of the screen unless they hit a barrier. He is also a starter character in the series for the first time.[TAS] SSBM: Marth vs Roy
Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch. For the first time in the series, he will receive an English voice. Yuri Lowenthal will voice him in the game's North American release while Hikaru Midorikawa will reprise his role in the Japanese release.
Marth's name is romanized as 'Mars' and he is given the surname of 'Lowell'. The anime ended production after only two episodes were finished.
Typical of most Fire Emblem "Lords" in successive games, he is a swordsman with a slim build and wears a cape; he shows nobility and justness in both of the Fire Emblem games that he appears in, though he also shows himself to be somewhat single-minded in his pursuit in Shadow Dragon.
He also has difficulty in expressing his romantic feelings for the character Caeda in that game's epilogue if she survived. When you combine this with how fast Roy falls second fastest faller in the game, tied with Greninja and only falls slower than FoxRoy cannot boast the same aerial game Marth has.
This makes Roy significantly less threatening: With Marth, especially if he hits you with the tipper, his aerials are often impossible to punish if he spaces them correctly hits you with the tipper of the aerial.
Because of this, if a character has a healthy shield, they can often just shield through anything Roy throws at them without any fear, and can punish his mistake. With Marth, he can always pull out his shieldbreaker for his neutral B.
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In theory, it would seem that Roy has a better ground game than Marth. Being only slightly slower at the expense of having a better close quarters game creates that illusion, right?
The aforementioned shieldbreaker does a good job opening up opportunities, but even if Marth cannot find the opportunity to land this, he still has one thing Roy will never have: It will usually kill from mid stage at about percent. Even the worst characters in the game such as the aforementioned three have at least a couple niche matchups that they can surprise people in.
Ganondorf can give Fox or Meta Knight trouble.