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In Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, you must help protect the nation of Renais from the invading Grado Empire. Plan your strategy, choose your units, and then lead your soldiers in to battle. The more experience your soldiers gain, the more you can upgrade their abilities. This time, your soldiers can gain experience by fighting new monsters in the Tower of Valni.

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Fire Emblem - The Sacred Stones Review by: Deadman9001 - 9.8/10

Fire Emblem: Sacred Stones
The Second  installment of the fabled Fire Emblem series to reach outside of the Japanese border, truly rocks the handheld market by storm.  One of the few Final Fantasy esq. games where the player will suffer perma death if any party member dies.  Unlike in Final Fantasy if a party member falls at any point in the game, that person is lost forever.  This feature in all Fire Emblem games is what continues to set the series apart from the rest of the Nintendo and video game library.  The series made only two trips to the consoles with Fire Emblem Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn being released on the Gamecube and Wii respectively.  These releases followed Sacred Stones in the order release.  This game is a top view map featuring grids guiding the character movements, using RPG elements and mechanics to advance the battles along.  Cutscenes and music shine through despite a lack of voice acting.

Story: 10
One of the classic and great RPG games of the Gameboy console, Sacred Stones uses the long old tale of war to drive its story.  The many kingdoms on the continent of Magvel are driven into war, when the southern most kingdom of Grado suddenly attacks its long time ally Renais.  You play as the Princess and Prince Erika and Ephraim on a quest to discover why Grado began an unprovoked war, and to free your kingdom from its evil clutches.  Along the way the main characters meet many a friend who will valiantly give their lives to return peace to the world.  It is only after a few chapters in, that you discover the true reason your neighbor envelops all of Magvel in total war.
The twists and turns the plot line of the game puts you through are wonderfully done, and well scripted.  This game is a true testament to how well the developers of the Fire Emblem series are.

Depth: 10
With the perma-death mechanic and the many many chapters you will play in this game, the depth is tremendous.  Each character can level up and change their class to one of two or even three advanced classes once they reach level 10-20.  You must collect class changing items in order to do this, and once you've invested the effort to level the characters up, you will want to start keeping them alive, even if you have to restart the console and play the level all over again.  If that wasn't enough for you, the game also offers the ability to travel anywhere you had previously been on the map (the first time this had been used since Fire Emblem: Gaiden, the second game in the entire series), and either fight in two grinder towers (they are there simply to level up your characters) or to the various shops and armories all over.  After you have beaten the game, you will then be allowed to continue from that point and use your current team to fight through the grinder towers to the top and even unlock NPC's to play for your team.  It even features a multiplayer function, where you can challenge your friends to linked arena battles using your best fighters with their best weapons.

Difficulty: 10
While the game's controls are relatively easy to figure out, it is the constant threat that your lord, or any of your precious characters will be killed, that you will most likely have to restart the console and try again so that you can keep that character alive.  Surviving the entire game without losing one character is a difficult task, and takes a lot of careful planning and strategy to pull off.  This is what makes the game so good however, that you are forced to develop the characters and learn them.

Graphics: 10
For a game of this console, having a top down, sprite ruled screen can be a bit disappointing.  However the graphics fit the bill for the game, as each battle features cut scenes showing the attack, and very fun critical hit moves that will make the player beg for more "killer" weapons to see this happen more often.  The maps are beautifully designed and each character is beautifully colored and placed in. Even the overworld map is very well designed as well, allowing the player to be aware of what each place on the map offers.

Sound: 10
Fire Emblem is very well known for its soundtracks.  Each map uses a variety of over 100 or so songs, with the individual battles having its own sound effect based on whether or not it is the players turn, enemies turn, or allies turn.  The soundtrack is one of the top memorable things about this game, as each song at the beginning is hidden from the sound room until the player has heard it at least once.

Addictiveness: 10
There is not one time that I have found myself not wanting to play a Fire Emblem game of any kind.  While I find that Path of Radiance offers a little more than what is offered in this game (plus Path of Radiance also auto changes your class rather than forcing you to use the class changing items found in the world).  I own this game and still go back to playing it every now and then to challenge my skills, or play one of the other two games that came before it.  

Overall: 9.8

This game is not as good as it could be for me.  I feel that some of the added features of Path of Radiance would fit this game beautifully and make it a perfect 10/10 game.  I really enjoyed that games ability to auto level without having to find class seals, or get enough gold to aquire them, as well as the ability to customize and create your own weapon.  However this game is the better Game Boy Advanced out of the three released (only the last two GBA games for Fire Emblem were released outside of Japan, the other one was a sequel to the game simply known as Fire Emblem).  I recommend anyone looking for a challenge and wanting to test their skills start playing this game now! It is that great.
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Depth 10   Story 10   Difficulty 10

Fire Emblem - The Sacred Stones Game Description

Eight hundred years ago, the sacred stones were used to defeat the Demon King. Sealing his soul inside the stones, peace was brought to the continent of Magvel and five nations were built around the power of the sacred stones.

However, after 800 years of peace, the Grado Empire suddenly attacks his longtime ally Renais and a larger war threatens to break out. The player takes on the role of Prince Ephraim and his sister Princess Erika, two of the few survivors of Grado's attack, following their different paths through the story.

Gameplay in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones is similar to its predecessors or the Advance Wars games. The player controls several different units in tactical turn-based battles.

There are many different classes ranging from knights, thieves and archers to paladins, wyvern riders, great knights and more. As in RPGs, units receive experience points for their actions and may choose to upgrade to a different class once they reach a high enough level.

A key element in Fire Emblem's gameplay are the three different types of weapons and magic. One type of weapon or magic is always strong against one, and weak against another type.

During battles, it is also possible to visit stores to buy equipment, or houses to gain hints.

Sometimes neutral units will also participate in battle. They can be convinced to join the player's army if the right person talks to them.

Unlike most similar games, when a unit dies in battle it is impossible to revive it.

Fire Emblem - The Sacred Stones Reviews

Overall 9.6    Graphics 8.9    Sound 9.4    Addictive 9.6    Story 9    Depth 9.4    Difficulty 6.4

Grado has attacked, prepare for war!!!   Dante0
This was one of my first GBA games, and oh boy did I choose a good one to start out with. Well.. Not...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 10   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 4.8/5     Submitted: 03-16-14     Updated: 04-21-16     Review Replies: 6

Mint's second game review: Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones   Chewedmint
I finally got around to making another review. This time, it will be Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones....
  Graphics 7   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 4.7/5     Submitted: 11-22-13     Updated: 11-22-13     Review Replies: 1

One of the Best Games Ever   FMAfan123
  Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones (FE8) is probably my all-time favorite Fire Emblem game. In my...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 4.6/5     Submitted: 07-02-14     Review Replies: 1

Fire Emblem: Sacred Stones   Deadman9001
The Second  installment of the fabled Fire Emblem series to reach outside of the Japanese borde...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 4.6/5     Submitted: 02-13-14     Review Replies: 1

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones   Evil G
Hello, and here's my review of Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones on the Game Boy Advance. For those wh...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 10   Story 6   Depth 10   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 4.5/5     Submitted: 08-15-14     Review Replies: 0

Fire Emblem Sacred Stones Review!   mehsk1ll
It's actually been a little while since I've played this game. It really is one of my favorite games...
  Graphics 7   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 8   Depth 8   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4.4/5     Submitted: 07-24-12     Review Replies: 0

AWESOME FE GAME!!!!!!!!!!   Miran-CG-Knyte-M
Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones (Seima no K?seki in Japanese) is likely one of the best GBA Fire...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4.1/5     Submitted: 06-14-13     Review Replies: 5

Fire Emblem - The Sacred Stones   Marcmoney
Overall - 10 Fire Emblem - The Sacred Stones is one of the best GBA games I have ever played.&nbs...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 3.8/5     Submitted: 06-06-11     Updated: 09-05-11     Review Replies: 0

Fire Emblem - The Sacred Stones   Onfirewatch
   The creators of this game definitely had a winning formula! I was looking for an altern...
  Graphics 10   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 10   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 3.6/5     Submitted: 08-12-11     Review Replies: 0

This is My favourite game of ALL time!   Ephraim15
The Graphics in this game are top notch for a GBA game. The sprites are all visibly unique and the d...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.4/5     Submitted: 06-18-13     Review Replies: 1

Favorite Tactic Game   jayron122
This whole series is by far my favorite tactic game.  But this game is just amazing.  I l...
  Graphics 7   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 8   Depth 8   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 03-16-13     Review Replies: 1

Good Game   IMIega
Fire Emblem is one of the best strategic games out there for game boy advance today.This is not just...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 9   Story 9   Depth 9   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 10-27-11     Review Replies: 1

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones Review   Davien
   Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, the eighth game in the Fire Emblem series, greatly rese...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 7   Story 7   Depth 8   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 10-24-14     Review Replies: 4

Review for Fire Emblem: Sacred Stones   merf
Thanks for checking out another of my reviews! I really like doing these, so let's get started! Fi...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 01-04-13     Review Replies: 1

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Fire Emblem - The Sacred Stones Cheat Codes

Get secret characters
Beat the game once and play Ex.Map in Extra Mode. They will join in the next battle.
Unlockable How to Unlock
Caellach (JP: Keselda) (Class:Hero) Finish the Tower, 3F.
Fado (Class:General) Finish the Ruins.
Glen (JP: Guren) (Class:Wyvern Lord) Finish the Ruins, round 5.
Hayden (JP: Heiden) (Class:Ranger) Finish the Ruins, round 5.
Ismaire (JP: Ismea) (Classword Master) Finish the Tower.
Lyon (JP: Leon) (Class:Necromancer) Finish the Ruins three times.
Orson (JP: Olsen) (Classaladin) Finish the Tower, 6F.
Riev (JP: Alvan) (Class:Bishop) Finish the Tower, 7F.
Selena (JP: Serena) (Class:Mage Knight) Finish the Tower three times.
Valter (JP: Walter) (Class:Wyvern Knight) Finish the Ruins, round 7.
Contributed By: LethalRedArmy.
Sound Room Unlockables
To unlock each of these songs, just listen to them in game.
Unlockable How to Unlock
01-The Valiant Watch the start-up sequence
02-Main Theme Played on the Menu
03-Prolouge Watch the story for the Prolouge
04-The Beginning Watch the story for the Prolouge
05-21 Play through the game on both modes
22-Twisted Shadows A Unknown
23-Twisted Shadows B Play through Valni 1
24-Envoy From the Dark Unknown
25-Attack Select the attack command
26-Defense Have an enemy attack you.
27-The Battle Must Be Won Attack the boss in the Prolouge
28-Powerful Foe Attack a major boss (6 generals, Darin0
29-The Prince\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Despair Have Lyon use Naglfar in Final Chapter
30-The Demon King Fight the Demon King in Final Chapter
31-Sacred Strength Use one of the Sacred Twin Relics
32-Tethys Have Tethys dance
33-Healing Use or have an enemy use a status staff
34-Curing Use or have an ememy use a healing staff
35-To A Higher Place Upgrade a unit
36-38 Unknown
39-Reunion Have Eirika and Ephraim talk in Ch. 8
40-41 Unknown
42-Laughter Played in scenes with L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Arachel
43-Legacy Unknown
44-Lyon Watch one of the Lyon memories
45-Lost Heart Watch a scene with Demon King Lyon
46-Lyon(Organ Arrangement0 Final Chapter?
47-The Final Battle Start of Final Chapter
48-49 Unknown
50-Comrades Recruit a Unit
51-Victory Complete a chapter
52-Into the Shadow of Victory Complete a chapter
53-Main Theme(Reprise) Watch the Epilouge
54-Combat Preparation Use the Combat Preparation screen
55-Shops Visit a vendor/shop
56-Armories Visit an armory
57-Bonds View the \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Support\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" page.
58-Colosseum Entrance Link Arena
59-In the Colosseum Link Arena/In game Arena
60-Colosseum Victory Win a battle in the Arena
61-Colosseum Defeat Lose a battle in the Link Arena
62-Victory Song A Clear 1 floor of Tower/Ruins
63-Victory Song B Clear the entire Tower/Ruins
64-Game Over Fail a chapter/Lose a lord
65-In Sorrow\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Shroud Character Death
66-Records Clear the entire Tower/Ruins
67-Victory and the Future Watch the Epilouge
68-Fly with the Breeze Watch the Epilouge
69-Epilouge Watch the Epilouge
Contributed By: starindyford.
Super Trainee class for Ross, Amelia, and Ewan
Beat the game twice; once through Eirika\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s route and the other through Ephraim\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s route. On your third playthrough, you will have the option of promoting Ross, Amelia, and Ewan into a Super Trainee instead of the two normal options at the appropriate time.
Contributed By: Super Yamcha.
Unlockable modes
Beat the game once.
Unlockable How to Unlock
Map Mode Beat the Game
Support Conversation Veiwer Beat the Game
Contributed By: a_gameboy_sp.
Unlocking characters on Ephraim route.
Unlockable How to Unlock
Amelia Chapter 9 : Get Ephraim or Franz to talk to her
Cormag Chapter 10 : Get Duessel to talk to him
Dozla Chapter 11 : Get L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Arachel to talk to him
Duessel Chapter 10 : Get Ephraim to talk to him
Eirika Chapter 15 : In turn three
Ewan Chapter 12 : vist the house south of the area
Gerik Chapter 13
Innes Chapter 15 : In three turns
L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Arachel Chapter 11 : Get Ephraim to talk to him
Marisa Chapter 12 : Get Ewan to talk to her
Myrrh Chapter 16
Rennac Chapter 14 : Get Ephraim or L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Arachel to talk to him.(if you get Ephraim to talk to him you have to give him 10k)
Saleh Chapter 15 : In three turns
Syrene Chapter 17 : talk to her with Tana or Innes
Tethys Chapter 13
Contributed By: fireEkid and megavolnutt99.
Unlocking charcters in Eirika\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Game
First Column: Name of Unit (Class) (Starting Level)
Unlockable How to Unlock
Ameila (2nd chance) (Recruit) (lvl. 5) Talk to her with Eirika or Franz if she survived Chapter 9, but you didn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t recruit her
Amelia (Recruit) (lvl. 1) Talk to her in chapter 9 with Franz
Cormag (Wyvern Rider) (lvl. 11) Talk to him with Eirika in Chapter 13
Dozla (Berserker) (lvl. 1) Talk to him with L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Arachel or joins at the end of Chapter 11
Duessel (Great Knight) (lvl. 10) Joins on turn 2 of Chapter 15
Ephraim (Lord) (lvl. 10-15) Joins on turn 2 of Chapter 15
Ewan (Pupil) (lvl. 1) Talk to Ewan in bottom most house in Chapter 12 with Saleh
Gerik (Mercenary) (lvl. 10) Talk to him with Innes or Tethys in Chapter 10
Innes (Sniper) (lvl. 1) Talk to him with Tana or Eirika in Chapter 10
Knoll (Shaman) (lvl. 10) Joins on turn 2 of Chapter 15
L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Arachel (Troubadour) (lvl. 3) Talk to her with Eirika or joins at the end of Chapter 11
Marisa (Myrmidon) (lvl. 5) Talk to her with Gerik in Chapter 10
Myrrh (Manakete) (lvl. 1) Joins at the start of Chapter 16
Rennec (Rogue) (lvl. 1) Talk to him with Eirika (you must pay him) or L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Arachel (recruit for free) in Chapter 14
Saleh (Sage) (lvl. 1) Joins at start of Chapter 12
Syrene (Falcoknight) (lvl. 1) Talk to her with Tana or Innes in Chapter 17 (either route)
Tana (Pegasus Knight) (lvl. 4) Joins at state of Chapter 9
Tethys (Dancer) (lvl. 1) Talk to her with Innes in Chapter 10
Contributed By: Link McCloud.
View Support Conversations Anytime
After beating the game, go to the main menu and choose extras. You will now be able to view all of the support conversations that you got throughout the game!
Contributed By: DVDMAN77.
Change equipped items of a character even if their turn is over.
Take any of your units up to a certain character and select the trade command. Trade your weapon of choice to the top of the character\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s list of weapons. That weapon will now be equipped. This can come in handy when you realize you may need a different weapon then what is currently equipped.
Contributed By: H3R3TIK.
Flyers\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\' Triangle Attack
The Triangle Attack from Fire Emblem 7 is back, but there is a catch to using it this time around. To use it, surround the desired target on three sides with Vanessa, Tana, and Syrene (whom you must safely recruit in Chapter 17), then attack the enemy. For the Triangle Attack to occur, the two supporting flyers _must_ be Falcoknights. This means that you\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'ll have to bite the bullet and promote either Vanessa or Tana into the Falcoknight class as opposed to a Wyvern Knight.
The benefit to the Triangle Attack is that you\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'ll get a guaranteed critical hit, and thus 3x the normal attacking damage practically whenever you want.
Contributed By: UltimaterializerX.
Infinite Support
To use this, go to the Tower of Valni and select four pairs of people who you want to have support each other, then start the battle, place the units that you want to have support each other in adjacent spaces and end your turn. Continue ending your turns until your units can support. After you support with all your units retreat from the Tower but DO NOT SAVE. Repeat this process until you have an A-rank suppport with your four pairs of units. Once you are done simply restart the mission you were on, but DO NOT SAVE. If done correctly your units should have no support records in thier stats, but when you go to support conversation in extras the support records will be there. Using this glitch I completed 100% support in a matter of hours.
Contributed By: BassAndTreble.
Member Card and Secret Shop (Ephraim Mode Ch. 14)
To get the member card from Rennac you either steal it, kill him, or recruit him w/ Ephraim for 9980 gold or have L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Arachel talk to him without paying him. After getting the member card go to the left side of the stage where there is an archer holding an body ring(you have to steal the body ring). To the archers right will be the secret shop.
Contributed By: J_E_M.
Rennac/Member Card: Chapter 14 (Eirika Mode)
When you unlock the door to the far right on Chapter 14, you will see a rogue named Rennac. He holds the member card for the secret shop. To get it, you must recruit him, kill him, or steal it. If you kill him, he will drop it, but you will miss a valuable character. If you steal it, he has the opportunity to kill you, so do so at your own risk. If you recruit him with Eirika, you will have to pay 10,000g. If you recruit him with L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Arachel, he will be free, which is a big advantage. He doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t need a lockpick to open chests and doors, and is a fairly decent fighter.
Contributed By: starindyford.
Secret Shop (Ch. 19)
On the right side of the stage(where there are 3 chests in a verticle line) there will be a revesed-upside down L. The secret shop will be on the right square.
Contributed By: J_E_M.
Secret Shop (Chapter 14 Eirika Mode)
After you get the Secret Card, look near the boss. There are two upside down \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" shaped things. On the little part of the one on the left, there is a secret shop. Have someone with the member card in their inventory stop there to acess the shop.
Contributed By: iammaxhailme.
Unlimited secret books/spears
When you have cleared chapter 19, go to the Ruins. When you enter retreat and save. then reset the game. If you now enter the ruins, the first wight will carry an secret book. This ONLY work when you have saved while standing on the ruins on the map and reset then.
If you enter the tower the same way (enter, retreat, save end re-enter) the bonewalker left of the boss will carry an spear.
NOTE: This doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t work after you cleared chapter 20

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sweetkilla 06-12-16 - 09:20 PM
 one of the best game ever
inukiraK 02-17-16 - 07:39 PM
 this was my first fire emblem game and it was great!
Game08 01-07-16 - 06:54 AM
 I'm not a Fan of Fire Emblem.
Blazer 31 12-29-15 - 10:04 AM
 This was my first fire emblem game I played, especially on my 3ds.
zorlax 11-25-15 - 01:08 PM
 also try final fantasy tactics advance, also a great turn strategy game
jackzwirk 11-24-15 - 10:05 AM
 lol 0 deaths total each run
epicness128 11-14-15 - 07:42 AM
 stealing has to do with speed, so if Colm doesn't have more speed than the person who you are trying to steal from, it wont work. Also you can't steal weapons... if that's what you were trying to do
Nicteys 02-07-15 - 08:17 AM
 I have a slight issue in the game : I cannot steal with Colm. Any idea why ?
Cobykid 12-18-14 - 06:58 PM
 I am addicted to this game XD
Davien 10-24-14 - 06:45 PM
 Try typing "Fire emblem" into the Vizzed search engine. Also the "Ogre Battle" series have similar game play if you're interested.
el_navi_12 05-05-14 - 10:23 PM
suhaild23 04-17-14 - 12:24 PM
 didnt finish last post. okay its a more fast paced strategy game. you have a base you train units you even get like a special hero the game im talking about is warcraft 3. if you want to know more email me at
suhaild23 04-17-14 - 12:20 PM
 hello everyone who loves fire emblem if you would like a more fast paced strategy
subsight 02-28-14 - 11:02 PM
 Oh hey this is the one that i got my priestes to be a mage tank and take no damage from all magic attacks, no joke it happened.
Greggy 09-01-13 - 11:46 AM
 it seems like you only buy it once then you can sell it back once you beat it... Alas what a fun game. 9 deaths total I feel I did pretty good :D
fusio 08-31-13 - 07:46 PM
 do you still buy the games or do you pay each time you play
Brawlfan99 06-01-13 - 10:25 AM
 its funny Im playing one on my 3ds (ambassitor program) and now on the computer XD
mindlesscj 04-25-13 - 05:24 PM
 oooooh we have so much in commen guy who did additiveness thingy! ooh how i looove leveling up and just doing all these things...even getting RICH
Crispymasterty 03-14-13 - 07:49 PM
 @gfnAjax No, none of his stats were maxed, alhtough all stats were close to max with the exception of defense and resistance.
Jordanv78 01-21-13 - 09:54 PM
 Works fine. IF for some reason it's not loading for you, click the "Play using mednafen" link in the upper left hand corner of the game window and see if you have different results.
osrick9 01-21-13 - 03:36 PM
 does this game not work for anybody else right now?
merf 01-14-13 - 07:02 AM
 Sorry, link fail.
merf 01-14-13 - 07:01 AM
 Guy's. Check this out. Please respond to this!
gfnAjax 12-25-12 - 07:51 PM
 Anyone else have pirate Ross max out strength speed and skill pre-promotion?
redanato 12-16-12 - 02:18 PM
 amilia is now a paladin