In Banner Saga, there’s no relationship/romance system, which is a key pleasure for Fire Emblem fans.
Possible Death or Departure Alette can die after the first part of final battle of Chapter 7, if you decide she will carry Silver Arrow. In case Rook dies instead, Alette is called forth to lead the Skogr caravan and becomes a POV hero in the second part of The Banner Saga.
He will fail and fall to his death if you do not tell him to let go or if you are defeated in the battle immediately preceding the event, which is the first battle against Dredge Slingers in the game. Second Game: There is no event that leads to his death or departure.
In the second part of The Banner Saga, Yrsa shows up in the end of Chapter 8, at Ormsdalr. If she had disappeared in that forest fire in Chapter 3, her portrait will appear changed, but her smirk remains…
Egil is so prone to perma-death, that there’s actually a dedicated achievement just for keeping him alive in the first part of The Banner Saga… Nothing can get to him in the second!
Rook will be killed in the end of the game, in the fight against Bellower, if he carries the silver arrow. Alette will be killed in the end of the game, in the fight against Bellower, if she carries the silver arrow.
good, worth it. Nothing grandiose, but again, it’s a coherent ending for this story. Because it’s small budget, the game lack animations and vocie acting except for some pivotal points in history, having to resort to written narration and and semi-static images.
Talents were introduced in the second part of The Banner Saga. They represent the chance to get a small bonus in combat, enough to give you the edge in a critical situation without breaking the delicate balance of the game’s battle mechanics.
Alette (or Rook) can survive that scene if you saved the dredge baby in the first game. Originally posted by Tenebrais: Alette (or Rook) can survive that scene if you saved the dredge baby in the first game.
The Banner Saga There are a few situations in which you lose and are forced to reload. Mainly some key battles.