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Hm, I didn't consider that. He does call out "Chrom!" before he appears, I had just figured from this screenshot that he was playable. But in retrospect, you appear to be right. I'm still okay with this, though.And Chrom's apparent exclusion is a bit disappointing. I got from the video that he's Robin's final smash, as opposed to a character.
FE fans who don't get why that is make even less sense to me, frankly.i don't understand "Fire Emblem overrepresentation"
that's like saying Pokemon and Zelda have too many characters repped in these games
Fire Emblem has tens of new characters in each entry, and there's thirteen entries. (Technically some of them don't actually add new characters, but you get the gist of it)I think over/under-representation is relative to how many characters are in a series.
I haven't played any Fire Emblem games so I can't comment on that though. Other than that I don't think any series is over/under-represented. Pokémon has over 700 characters but the inclusion of Poké Balls evens it out for them, Mario has a lot of characters from the sports/party games, and Metroid only really has one character they can include unless they find a way to add in Ridley.