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Improbable Aiming Skills: The film ends with Schultz throwing


Just like how Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light received a remake for the Nintendo DS (Shadow Dragon), Mystery of the Emblem got its own remake New Mystery of the Emblem, Heroes of Light and Shadow. Released in 2010, it only covers Book 2 of Mystery of the Emblem and, unlike Shadow Dragon, did not leave Japan. It is far less of a direct redo than its predecessor; it reincorporates characters left out of the original Mystery of the Emblem, introduces those from the Satellaview chapters and Shadow Dragon, alters the story slightly and implements a completely new subplot, and includes a player created character (a feature which would be carried over to the next two entries in the series, Awakening and Fates). It includes remakes of the four BS Fire Emblem chapters as bonus content, as well as all new bonus chapters as downloadable content.

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