Welcome to History of the Emblem, the umbrella title for posts related to, as the name suggests, historical information related to the Fire Emblem franchise. I originally created this title for a YouTube series I planned, but decided against dividing my time further with another project.
With that addressed, let’s look at Fire Emblem Cipher.
I hate to delay everything a week, but unexpected personal circumstances made working difficult. So instead of rushing out a post (as I had planned on), I’m writing off this week and aiming to have something ready for next Thursday.
In the meantime, might I suggest a post?
A look at the five original animated films by Japanese filmmaker Makoto Shinkai, including the popular Your Name. Read it here.
I’m taking the week off. Not because I have to, but because I want to. It also helps that I don’t have anything completed to post.
As the title indicates, I celebrated my birthday recently. Not just any birthday, but the big 3-0. I’m out of my twenties, meaning that life will suddenly start making more sense. . . right?
No post today.
I’m spending the week in Florida without regular access to a computer, so I rarely have the chance to write anything. Things will return to normal next week.
“My biggest worry is that I’m going to die and not do all the things I wanted to do. The funny thing is—I didn’t even realize how many things I wanted to do until I got diagnosed. Simple things like meeting a guy, getting married, getting a job, having my own apartment, and even picking out my own furniture. Those never seemed too interesting to me. They just seemed like adult things that were guaranteed to happen. Now I want to do them so bad. Because I want to know what they feel like.”
— Sara, who has since passed away from cancer.