With the destruction of Shambhala, the ambitions of those who slither in the dark are forever shattered. However, Rhea has suffered grievous injuries in the process.
Yet certain mysteries remain unsolved, so Claude and the others approach Rhea, who is now confined to her room due to her wounds.
- 8/1: The King of Liberation
- 8/2: Explore - Chapter 22 - Fódlan's New Dawn
- 8/3: Manuela's Birthday
- 8/9: Explore - Chapter 22 - Fódlan's New Dawn
- 8/12: Yuri's Birthday
- 8/16: Explore - Chapter 22 - Fódlan's New Dawn
- 8/21: Leonie's Birthday
- 8/23: Explore - Chapter 22 - Fódlan's New Dawn
- 8/30: Explore - Chapter 22 - Fódlan's New Dawn
- 8/31: Dedue's Birthday
- 8/31: Mission Day
A military force bearing the Crest of Flames on its banner marches west to Garreg Mach from Shambhala, attacking nearby cities along the way.
Rhea informs the Alliance that the enemy's general is none other than the ancient Fell King Nemesis. And so the Alliance army prepares for their final battle, hoping to put an end to Fódlan's blood- stained history.
- For Fódlan
Battle - For the Freedom of Fódlan
Shambhala has fallen, but a mysterious army has emerged from its ruins, bearing the Crest of Flames on its banner. Leading this force is Nemesis, the King of Liberation, presumed dead for a thousand years.A New Dawn
A rising flame was alight as the flow of time carved a new history for Fódlan.
The ambitions of the Fell King Nemesis were crushed, averting what could have been the greatest crisis in the history of Fódlan. After five and a half years of war, a new age was set to begin.
Country, faith, history... All that had once formed the order of the world was wiped clean. The heroes whose very hands saved Fódlan from a dark fate commenced with the building of a new society.
The leaders of this new, unified Fódlan began their walk down a seemingly endless path—one towards a world that would cherish differences in race and belief, one where all life would be valued equally.
Those leaders clung to the hope that their path would not end with Fódlan, that it would someday span the seas to Dagda, and beyond the Throat to Almyra...