Pantheon of the Blood God: Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Pantheon of the Blood God: Fire Emblem: Three Houses

For the January 2023 edition of Pantheon of the Blood God, Kat, Nadia, and Eric are joined by Three Moves Ahead's Len Hafer to discuss Fire Emblem: Three Houses!

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Episode Notes

For the January 2023 edition of Pantheon of the Blood God, Kat, Nadia, and Eric are joined by Three Moves Ahead’s Len Hafer to discuss Fire Emblem: Three Houses! During their wide-ranging discussion, the group covers just some of the following:

  • What it meant for Fire Emblem
  • The tragedy of Kat’s Three Houses review
  • The memes
  • … And much more!

Then the verdict: Is Fire Emblem: Three Houses worthy of the Pantheon of the Blood God? Listen and find out!

As always, a sincere thanks to our $10 and above Patrons for your support! Every month we pick a new RPG for the Pantheon, which is voted on by the community. Next up: Yakuza: Like a Dragon! Join the Discord and jump into our Monthly Game Club conversation!

Time Stamps

0:00: Intro + History with Fire Emblem Three Houses

25:25: Development History

57:20: Fire Emblem: Three Houses’ legacy + Reader Mail

1:36:30: Does it deserve to be in the Pantheon?

1:47:20: Outro

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