Here are the walkthrough from chapter 1 – 8. this guide will teach you all the choices in each chapter.
Walkthrough: Chapter 1, Nation of Spring, Edda
Retreat Immediately: +1 Reign
Walkthrough: Chapter 2, Nation of Autumn, Folk
Ignore: +1 Affection (Fena)
Either way: Ymir’s territory is conquered by Freya
Walkthrough: Chapter 3, Nation of Winter, Glads
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Let her go: Jorm escapes and will NOT join your army
Walkthrough: Chapter 4, Nation of Summer, Thrudheim
Don’t cooperate with Fenrir: Fenrir’s army is hostile
Let them live: +1 Reign
Either way: Lose some territories to Fenrir, who becomes hostile
Either way: Fenrir joins your army
Walkthrough: Chapter 5, Holy Land of Valhalla
Don’t go along with Hel’s plans: +1 Affection (Hel); +1 Conquest; Hel’s army is hostile; Bosnia River and Imatra are occupied
Tell Tyrca to retreat: +2 Reign; Hel joins your army
Request her assistance: +1 Reign
Either Way: +1 Affection (Hel), Hel joins your army
Walkthrough: Chapter 6, Holder of the Key
NOTE: It doesn’t seem to matter whether you win this fight.
Walkthrough: Chapter 7, In Search of Power
NOTE: Your foe is now 100% passive, so you can skip as many turns as necessary for mingle/train events if you choose. This is the best and really style=”display: table-row;”>
Walkthrough: Chapter 8, Apocalyptic Destruction Deity
Feed her to the tentacles: +1 Conquest, H-Scene
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Chapters 2-5 are interchangeable:
Post-Conclusion of Chapter 1, you are freely able to choose between invading Folk, Thrudheim, Glads, or Valhalla. The order you choose ends up dictating the chapter #, and Ninetail Wiki lists the Folk/Thrudheim/Glads/Valhalla invasions as Chapter X. This is in part that some call screen (Character-specific cutscenes) dialogue choices are conditional to game progression, that is the chapter you’re on regardless of nation.
Enemies scale their levels accordingly but specified attributes of the nation can make it easier or harder to take on nations depending on your game progress and unit development.