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A Mural In Fire Emblem: Three Houses Is Cleverly Hiding The Main Character's Crest

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Illustration: Nintendo

Fans have been using an image seen in an early Fire Emblem: Three Houses trailer to puzzle out information about the characters’ Crests, which are symbols of a powerful bloodline that gives them special powers. In addition to a few that aren’t seen in the game, all the crests you encounter are represented in this mural—except for the main character’s. But fans are collectively realizing that the crest is depicted and has basically been staring them in the face.

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This isn’t the first time this observation has been made—an intrepid redditor noticed this before the game was even out. It’s more like the entire fandom is having an “oh duh” moment. Look at the image above, and especially look at the dragon’s and the goddess’s wings.

Now look at the main character’s crest:

Illustration for article titled A Mural In iFire Emblem: Three Houses/i Is Cleverly Hiding The Main Characters Crest
Screenshot: Nintendo
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Don’t see it? Redditor OrpheusPicaro has helpfully labeled all the crests on the mural.

If you need any more proof, redditor KeenHyd uploaded a picture of their Three Houses steel book case in the comments of another reddit post about this observation:

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Image: KeenHyd
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If only I had these insightful people around when I was looking for my keys, which I always lose inside of my house.

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This game is dangerous. I’ve had to start setting an alarm because if I don’t I’ll blink and lose six and half hours. Last game I played that did that to me was Skyrim. Not sure why, though. I’ve played Awakening and Fates and neither had me this absorbed (hell, I didn’t even finish Fates), and it’s not like it’s particularly better than either of those. Maybe because being able to play on a TV is more conducive to longer sessions? Can’t quite put my finger on it.