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Dragonstone
Dragonstone FE13 Icon
First SeenFire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Tsurugi
Weapon TypeStone
Most common Weapon Rank-
UsesVaries


A Dragonstone is magical stone used by Manaketes to transform into dragon form in the Fire Emblem series. In Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Tsurugi, Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem, Fire Emblem: Binding Blade, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones and Fire Emblem: Awakening it is what allows Manaketes, such as Tiki or Fae, to morph into dragons. It is also mentioned in Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken when Nergal wants to infuse Ninian's Dragonstone with Quintessence.

In Mystery of the Emblem, there are several Dragonstones, which are the Fire, Earth, Flying, Ice, Mage, Divine, and Dark (Unused). Rather than being used as a weapon, they are items that would transform the user in to the corresponding dragon depending on the stone used (ex. Firestone into a Fire Dragon), where the user would be that dragon type for a number of turns. In this state, they used unlimited breath "weapons" that corresponded to the dragon type. Enemy dragons would remain dragons after using a stone for an unlimited amount of time.

In Binding Blade, Fae is a Manakete who has a Divinestone, other manaketes also appear wielding Firestones.

In Rekka no Ken, there are no playable Manaketes (Ninian and Nils' Dragon forms are not playable), and thus, there are no actual Dragonstones within the game. However, Ninian and Nils retain their Dragonstones within the story, allowing them to transform.

In The Sacred Stones, Myrrh owns a Dragonstone that has 50 uses. This Dragonstone cannot be repaired by the Hammerne staff.

In Awakening, Dragonstones, along with Beaststones, are treated as weapons instead of items more than any previous game, complete with their own actual weapon type and weapon type icon in addition to their weapon-like stats seen in previous games.

DragonstonesEdit

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the EmblemEdit

Fire Emblem: Binding BladeEdit

Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesEdit

  • DragonstoneDragonstone

Fire Emblem: Shadow DragonEdit

Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no NazoEdit

StoneIconFE13Fire Emblem: AwakeningEdit

Weapon StatsEdit

Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesEdit

Name Type Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth Effect(s)
DragonstoneDragonstone - - 50 16 100% 15% 1 0 0 - Myrrh only, effective against monsters, Str +12, Skl +12, Def +15, Res +20.

Fire Emblem: AwakeningEdit

Name Type Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng WEx Worth Effect(s)
Dragonstone FE13 IconDragonstone StoneIconFE13Stone - 50 8 80% 0% 1~2 ? 2,300 Manaketes only, Str +8, Mag +5, Skl +3, Spd +2, Def +10, Res +7

TriviaEdit

  • In old development notes for Genealogy of the Holy War, it is mentioned the sacred weapons are made from Dragonstones and also suggests the Falchion from Akaneia is as well, but the games do not incorporate this element. This idea would also contradict the fact that Falchion was from one of the fangs of Naga.
  • In Nah's S-rank support with Brady in Fire Emblem: Awakening, it is proposed that a Dragonstone could be used to transfer half of a Manakete's life force to a human, calling it the stone's "true power". However, Nah states that she had only heard this second-hand from Nowi, and admits that she does not even know if it is true or not. 


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