Forseti (フォルセティ Foruseti, Holsety in the Japanese version) is a holy Wind tome from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War, Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 and Fire Emblem Awakening. This tome was once wielded by Sety the Crusader, bestowed upon him by the divine dragon Forseti during the Miracle of Darna. The tome of Forseti is the property of Sety's descendants, who are the royalty of Silesse.
In Genealogy of the Holy War, this tome grants its wielder bonuses of +10 Skill and +20 Speed, and may only be wielded by users possessing major Forseti Blood.
In Awakening, it grants a bonus of +5 Speed, and can be wielded by any spellcaster with sufficient Tome skill.
During the events of Genealogy of the Holy War, the Forseti tome first appears after Sigurd's troops reclaim Silesse Castle from Daccar's grip in Chapter 4. Lewyn, worrying for his mother's safety, enters the castle to reunite with her. There, evidently moved by Lewyn's display of maturity, Queen Rahna decides to entrust the tome of Forseti into his possession, urging him to use its power for peace.
The events of the Battle of Belhalla that occur in Chapter 5 see Lewyn perishing, only to be resurrected by the spirit of the Wind Crusader Forseti residing within the tome. The tome is then inherited by Lewyn's son, while the soul of Forseti continues to inhabit Lewyn's body throughout the events of the second generation.
During the events of Thracia 776, the Forseti tome is the weapon of choice wielded by Ced, who directs its powers towards commanding the Magi Squad, a rebel group motivated by a desire to purge the Loptyr Sect's influence from Manster.
Grants its user +10 Skill and +20 Speed.
Ced-only; Grants him a bonus of +20 Skill and +20 Speed.
Grants its user a bonus of +5 Speed; Effective against Flying Units.
|Event||Ch. 4 - Have Lewyn enter Silesse Castle.|
|Inventory||Equipped by Ced|
|Treasure||Xeno. 15 - Random from Chest.|
|SpotPass Bonus Item||Available for download from the following dates onwards:|
30 August 2012 JP
13 June 2013 NA
14 August 2013 EU
- In the French version of Awakening, the description mistakenly states it grants +5 Magic.