History Mode Guide - Fort Siege 11
|Map||Difficulty||Mission Type||Restrictions||Deploy Limit|
|The World Tree||Lv. 34||Fort Siege||None||None|
|Deploy Slots||Allied Commander||Enemy Commander|
|4 Controlled||Falcon Knight||Corrin|
|Target Enemy Forts|
|E Tree Fort, W Tree Fort|
|Minor Enemy Captains|
|Oni Savages, Samurai, Archers, Oni Chieftain, Swordmaster|
|Clear Time||Enemies Defeated||Damage Taken|
The enemy's army is divided into three major groups; Samurai to the southwest, Oni Savages to the northeast, and Archers lining the middle. As such, you'll want a lance user and a sword user for the first two opponents. You'll also want a unit with a Dracoslayer weapon, for finishing Corrin off quickly.
Before you even think about how to attack the enemy, consider this; your allied commander and the fort captain in charge of your allied base are Falcon Knights, and the enemy has Archers that they will send to attack. If you let even a single Archer close to your base, you will lose this battle near-instantly, so your first order of business is to send somebody to eliminate all the Archers lining the middle of the map; the two south of the Great Tree, and the two in the octagonal area north of it. The Oni Savage and Samurai closest to your base will attack first, but your other units should be able to handle them fine.
Once all enemy Archers are eliminated, the rest of the map is fairly straightforward. The enemy captains will gradually attack your base, but if you're pressing your assault you should be able to stop them before they get close. Once the enemy base opens, an Archer Messenger will appear up in the northwest octagon, and immediately head northeast to the N Tree Fort. If he's allowed to reach his destination he will summon reinforcements. Once you're ready to end the mission, defeating Corrin should be relatively simple if you have a Dracoslayer weapon- if not, any lance should do.
- Condition: Defeat 1,000 enemies
- Location: N Tree Fort
- Condition: Take five enemy forts
- Location: Trident Ruins