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Crash Oct 31, 2007

The katakana refers to a "Complete Guide", so I'm pretty sure that's a strategy guide.

shdwrlm3 Oct 31, 2007

For what it's worth, Japanese guide books are generally very generous when it comes to showcasing art. If an art book doesn't exist, you should seriously consider getting one of the guides.

According to Nintendo's site, there are four guide books for this Fire Emblem:
http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wii/rfej/koryaku/index.html

The first one listed, from Nintendo Dream, is the largest with 448 pages and apparently features an "Illust Gallery." I have a few Nintendo Dream guides, and they've had plenty of official art. I can also vouch for Shogakukan guides (the last one listed), though I'm not sure if theirs features an art gallerty.

I do NOT recommend the Enterbrain one based on past experience. They're cheaply made and never have as much content as their competitors' guides.

Stephen Nov 1, 2007

shdwrlm3 wrote:

For what it's worth, Japanese guide books are generally very generous when it comes to showcasing art. If an art book doesn't exist, you should seriously consider getting one of the guides.

According to Nintendo's site, there are four guide books for this Fire Emblem:
http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wii/rfej/koryaku/index.html

The first one listed, from Nintendo Dream, is the largest with 448 pages and apparently features an "Illust Gallery." I have a few Nintendo Dream guides, and they've had plenty of official art. I can also vouch for Shogakukan guides (the last one listed), though I'm not sure if theirs features an art gallerty.

I do NOT recommend the Enterbrain one based on past experience. They're cheaply made and never have as much content as their competitors' guides.

Thanks for that big tip, shdwrlm3!  I'll know what to order now.

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