Intelligent Systems followed up with the franchise's seventh installment, subtitled Rekka no Ken ("Blazing Sword") but whose North American version is simply titled "Fire Emblem", designed with the international scene in mind rather than Japanese exclusivity. This is odd because the sheath is present in all three of his trophies and victory poses. Afterward, depending on certain ingame factors, different characters experience slightly different endings, but generally peace returns to Elibe and everyone lives happily ever after, with various rebuilding of respective countries. Male ). Elibe Roy fights with his sword, the Sword of Seals, and his special moves all involve the sword's fiery powers. His appearance in Melee, along with fellow Fire Emblem character Marth, increased global interest in the general franchise, prompting the series to be released internationally from the seventh installment onwards. Nintendo GamecubeGame Boy Advance (Fire Emblem series) Roy is fought on the Templestage, with the track "Fire Emblem" playing. Designed by It was wielded by the Legendary Hero Hartmut, the founder of Bern, a military nation in Elibe. However, if all the legendary weapons of Elibe were gathered by meeting certain conditions ingame, the weapons would start glowing and pointing toward the location of the Dark Dragon, Idenn. Universe Jun Fukuyama is the main playable hero in the sixth installment of the Fire Emblem series of tactical role-playing games. Which Nintendo franchises could be best adapted to TV? Roy makes his return in Super Smash Bros. For Super Smash Bros. for Wii U on the Wii U, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "So, why did Sakurai added Marth and Roy in Melee? Official artwork of Roy from Fire Emblem Heroes. Roy makes his Smash-series debut (and by extent, his altogether game and North American debut as well) as an unlockable character in Melee. Finally, Roy has been given a Final Smash: Critical Hit, which operates differently from Marth and Lucina's version of the attack and involves him swinging his sword overhead to trap opponents before slashing them. Debut Console of origin To unlock Roy, the player must complete either Classic or Adventure Mode as Marth without using a continue, or play 900 VS. matches. Roy is one of the five playable characters in Melee who did not return as a playable character in Brawl. Roy was included in Super Smash Bros. Melee as a playable character for the purpose of "previewing" the sixth game, which was released in Japan after Melee, making him the only character thus far in the Super Smash Bros. series to be included for that purpose. In this game, his design was changed to match his appearance as a Master Lord in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade, while adding elements from his artwork as an Einherjar from Fire Emblem Awakening. ". Four get zero votes. Roy would later take the Binding Blade as his main weapon following his promotion to Master Lord, and would use the blade to seal away the power of Dark Priestess/Dragon Idunn. Roy is notable for having the most potential wife endings, depending on who he supports. Roy is studying in the province of Ostia, away from his home province of Pherae, both of which are in the nation of Lycia, when the militant nation of Bern begins to conquer various other nations on the continent; while his father Eliwood turns ill, Roy is called in to lead Pherae's army alongside the other armies of the League of Lycia against Bern and its ruler, Zephiel, who displays a mysterious thirst for world domination. It was determined professionally that Marth can KO better with his swordplay, which has a sweetspot on the tip of the sword, while Roy's sweetspot is more in the middle. Nintendo decided to include that game's main character, Roy, as a playable character in addition to Marth to serve as a preview of the game for Japanese audiences, making Roy the only character in the Super Smash Bros. series to be featured for that purpose.