I love the contrast between the face expression. -Libra:worried, serious, concerned about Henry -Maribelle: *Oh come on, not AGAIN* -Ricken: *Why is Henry is bleeding out and laughing his ass over? Scary* -Henry: *Yay, I'm soaked in blood. Nevermind it's mine. Ha ha!*
I legit thought he was a woman when I first saw him. I was actually planning to try to S rank him with some guy (although I forget who it was) but then CHROM RUINED EVERYTHING BY CALLING HIM A LADY AND THEN HE'S LIKE
Actually believe it or not, Libra isn't the only character that is a guy that looks like a woman. Lucius from the very first Fire Emblem game looks like a chick too but is in fact a guy. Thats the only other Fire Emblem game aside from Awakening that has a male character look like a woman as I don't recall there being one in SD, SS (Sacred Stones not to be confused with LoZ's Skyward Sword), PoR or RD and I've never really played the ones that were never released outside of Japan cause I can't understand it enough to know what the words mean without a translation.
Henry got hit by an arrow and is bleeding to death, and seems to be almost enjoying it even though everyone around him is extremely concerned about the situation. It's a joke about Henry's careless attitude towards blood and death, to the point that he can't even take his own mortality seriously.
There are a lot of reasons why someone would prefer to play casual mode, such as having a busy schedule and not wanting to waste hours of their time resetting, or being a new gamer getting used to how it's played, or caring more about seeing the story and characters than about giving themselves a challenge. I am personally very happy that Fire Emblem now has a casual mode, not because I've yet played it myself (I'm working on a lunatic classic run right now) but because it makes the series a lot easier for newcomers to get into, as well as more convenient for people who don't have time to sit there constantly resetting.