So looking over the player's guide, I'm getting a general impression that Jade Regent bears some striking similarities to Fire Emblem. The guide suggests that Jade Regent centers on the following:
1. Management of a caravan and resources for said caravan.
2. Multiple NPCs whom characters can form relationships both platonic and romantic. These relationships give both solid role playing and tangible in game benefits if cultivated correctly.
3. It covers a lot of travel and plot elements take place in a variety of locales ultimately settling on relatively small forces confronting large armies.
4. The plot centers around a young noble who finds an artifact and needs to use it to gain a throne that is rightfully theirs but has been taken by force and/or political manipulations.
A number of these are also overall good elements of storytelling and familiar (if not necessarily common) fantasy tropes. Mind you, I'm not complaining in the least and instead think it fantastic if more than likely unintentional. I just thought I would bring this up and was wondering if anyone else had noticed... Either way, this adventure path has me very excited and I can't wait to run it. The first adventure alone has thoroughly blown me away.