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Amiti (アミーテ Amīte) is a personal Sword that hails from the Tellius Series of Fire Emblem. The royal sword of House Crimea, Amiti is solely bound to members of the Crimean monarchy. Playable characters who are capable of wielding the sword include Elincia, the princess of the deceased King Ramon and subsequent queen of the country, and Renning, Elincia's uncle. To this end, however, throughout the course of Radiant Dawn, it is impossible for Renning to equip Amiti, as it is firmly locked within Elincia's inventory.
Amiti doubles every attack that its wielder is normally able to perform, in an identical fashion to Brave-type weapons. Apart from this, the sword also provides bonuses of +3 to its wielder's Defense and Resistance while equipped. Elincia receives this sword as part of the main story.
Although not explicitly referred to, Amiti is first introduced in Chapter 26 of Path of Radiance, where it, alongside Elincia's great grandmother's pegasus steed and Armour, is bequeathed to Elincia by Lucia, Bastian and Geoffrey, in turn granting her the ability to join in the fray of battle.
In Radiant Dawn, the Amiti blade is re-introduced in the Endgame chapter of Part 2, where Elincia, prior to leading the Crimean loyalists in an attempt to quell the rebellion staged by Ludveck, draws it from its resting place for use in the ensuing battle. All subsequent appearances of the character will see the Amiti blade remaining as a permanent fixture in her inventory, functioning as her weapon of choice.
|Inventory||Elincia (Provided that Lucia, Bastian and Geoffrey are alive by the onset of Ch. 26; Should any of them perish by the time the chapter begins, a Slim Sword will take the place of Amiti instead)|
|Event||Part 2: Endgame - In the interim prior to the occurrence of the chapter's events.|
The name of Amiti most likely originates from the Latin word 'amicitia', one that functions as the root of such words like 'amitié' (French for 'friendship') and the English 'amiable', both of which are attributes that define Elincia's character - Demure, polite, respectful and loyal to her companions.