Haha, do a part 2 and base it around games like Tactics Ogre, FF Tactics, FF Tactics Advance, Disgaea, Jeanne D'Arc, and others that are RPGs with strong strategy elements.
Fire Emblem is more of a strategy game with strong RPG elements. So while they're all "strategy RPGs" there's a distinction.
I am not saying Fire Emblem has a weaker story or characters (Fire Emblem games generally have stronger stories than the other mentioned franchises), what I am saying is from a mechanical POV, FF Tactics and Tactics Ogre are primarily RPGs in their core gameplay. Fire Emblem's strategy game mechanics dominate over the RPG mechanics. For example (but not limited to this): unit perma-death is a staple of strategy gameplay, where reviving dead characters is an RPG mechanic.