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7 Mar 2014
Although there is no question that, as a ruler, Ike would actually do something (a king would have more power to do things than a mercenary commander would), he would be an even-handed ruler, the epilogue of FE9 left me the impression that Ike would be crowned king of Daein shortly thereafter. But he would accept to take up the throne only to rebuild the world.
5 Nov 2013
Prologue:

Nearly four hundred years have elapsed since both Gharnef and Medeus was defeated at the hands of Marth. and therefore one thousand years have elapsed since Anri defeated Medeus for the first time. The last four centuries were a long-lasting period of peace where trade could flourish all over the world. And so, the kingdom of Marmotord, located in, and ruling over, the Desert of Death, was finally rebuilt, and Thabes was gradually rebuilt by generations upon generations of Marmotord residents. And the reconstruction of the ancient city was nearing completion. This desert locale would become an idyll of peace... were it not for the rampant corruption among the city government.

Thus Thabes, the capital of Marmotord, was ordered, by a royal edict, to conduct its first municipal elections because the King no longer trusted the government officials then in place, whose officials gained office through court intrigue. The people demands to have some say in how the city is run. The edict did plan for an elected city council, with 12 councillors, each of which representing a city district, and the chief justice assigned to the city was to oversee the electoral process. Little did the judicial system know that, while the people demanded some say in how the city was run, very few would actually go as far as running for office, be it a seat in the city council or even mayoral race. And so the odyssey of Fazia, an officer in the Marmotord army, said to descend from Catria, one of the heroes of the War of Heroes, begins, as she officially announces to run for mayor. begins.

"Commander, look at this unbelievable list of requirements if we are to run a successful electoral campaign: mandatory declaration of all donors that give more than 100 gold to this campaign, mandatory reporting of all campaign-related expenditures, we're limited to 10,000 gold for the entire campaign, which is to last 15 days..." Melda, Faiza's campaign manager, explained.

"For all of what it is worth, we need a campaign platform. We're not going to win this campaign with my own looks alone. However, given that I serve in the military, I could include some law enforcement section in the platform but, if I did so, I should try a way not to scare off the electors that could think of me as a potential tyrant"

"Commander, how is the command of this force be assumed while you are out in the streets in an attempt to become the mayor of the city?" asked some worried musketeer.

In the four hundred years following the War of Heroes, Marmotord developed firearms as well as gunpowder, and Thabes became home of the world's largest supply of gunpowder and firearms. For this reason, Thabes became a fortress lined up with dozens of cannons of various sizes, and the Msrmotord military comprised two regiments of musketeers. Officers of the musketeer corps wore cavalry armor; the standard issue musket contained a bayonet, which allowed musketeers to use their firearms as lances at close quarters. But this question of interim command was loaded from Faiza's standpoint.
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