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I made an instruction booklet for Fire Emblem: Three Houses! This Garreg Mach Monastery-approved booklet comes in three varieties based on the different houses. Take a look at this thread to see who worked on them! #fe3h pic.twitter.com/acYIoULq8L
Many of today's games don't include instruction booklets. They instead opt to include that information in a digital manual. It certainly makes sense and saves money, but those who grew up with the games of yesteryear find today's physical packages a bit lacking. While some lament the days of instruction booklets with every game, others decide to do something about it.
We've featured the work of Peter Everling in the past, who put together a gorgeous Splatoon 2 instruction booklet. Now he's back with his second effort, which focuses on Fire Emblem: Three Houses. You can see the fruits of his labor above, which are just as impressive has his Splatoon work. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem there are any plans to make these available for fans. We'll just have to admire from afar!