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Aegis (聖盾 Hijiri tate, lit. Holy Shield in the Japanese version, Égide in the French version, Egida in the Italian version, Égida in the Spanish version) is a skill introduced in Fire Emblem Awakening.

In Awakening, Aegis halves damage from Bows, Tomes, and Dragonstones. The activation is (Skill)%. Aegis will not activate from Dual Strikes. This was changed in Fates, and it can now activate on any kind of attack with those weapons. It is learned by Paladins at Level 15.

In Heroes, Aegis is a special type skill which halves damage inflicted by attacks from foes two spaces away.

StatsEdit

Fire Emblem AwakeningEdit

Name Activation Capacity
HShield Aegis Skill% -
Effects Halves damage from Bows, Tomes, and Dragonstones.
Notes Do not activate from Dual Strikes.
Name Activation Capacity
Aegis+ Aegis+ 100% -
Effects Halves damage from Bows, Tomes, and Dragonstones.
Notes Enemy only.

Fire Emblem FatesEdit

Name Activation Capacity
Aegis (FE14) Aegis Skill% -
Effects Halves damage from Bows, Tomes, Shurikens, Dragonstones, Breaths and Boulders.
Notes Nohrian only.

Fire Emblem Heroes Edit

Name Charge SP
FEH skill special Aegis 3 200
Effects Reduces damage inflicted by attacks from foes 2 spaces away by 50%.
Notes -

EtymologyEdit

Aegis (from the Greek Αιγίς), as stated in the Iliad, is the shield or buckler, or breastplate, of Athena and Zeus, famously bearing Medusa's head, which, according to Homer, was fashioned by Hephaestus.


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