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“A statue that increases luck by 2.”
—In-game description, Shin Monshō no Nazo

The Goddess Icon (女神の像 Megami no zō) is a Stat booster that recurs across the Fire Emblem Series. When used, the Goddess Icon permanently raises its user's Luck by a set number of points that varies from game to game.

In Thracia 776, the Goddess Icon is substituted by the Luck Ring (ラックスリング Lakku ringu), where it permanently boosts its user's Luck by 2 when used.

In the localised versions of the Tellius Series, the Goddess Icon is renamed to the Ashera Icon, in recognition of the fact that the affairs of the continent of Tellius are overseen by the goddess Ashera.

In TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga, the Goddess Icon's equivalent takes the form of a potion that is simply known as the Luck Plus (LUK プラス LUK Purasu), where it permanently raises its user's Luck by 2.

Item InformationEdit

Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no TsurugiEdit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
Goddess Icon 1 2,250 Increases its user's Luck by 5.

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the EmblemEdit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
FE3 Goddess Icon Goddess Icon 1 10,000 Increases its user's Luck by 4.

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776Edit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
FE5luckring Luck Ring 1 8,000 Increases its user's Luck by 2.

TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes SagaEdit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
TRSLuckPlus Luck Plus 1 12,000 Increases its user's Luck by 3.

Fire Emblem: Binding BladeEdit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
Goddessicon Goddess Icon 1 8,000 Increases its user's Luck by 2.

Fire Emblem: Rekka no KenEdit

“Increases luck by 2 points. Vanishes after use.”
—In-game description

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
Goddessicon Goddess Icon 1 8,000 Increases its user's Luck by 2.

Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesEdit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
Goddessicon Goddess Icon 1 8,000 Increases its user's Luck by 2.

Fire Emblem: Path of RadianceEdit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
FE9AsheraIcon Ashera Icon 1 8,000 Increases its user's Luck by 2.

Fire Emblem: Radiant DawnEdit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
FE10asheraicon Ashera Icon 1 8,000 Increases its user's Luck by 2.

Fire Emblem: Shadow DragonEdit

“An item that increases magic by 2.”
—In-game description, Shadow Dragon

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
FE11goddessicon Goddess Icon 1 2,500 Increases its user's Luck by 2.

Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no Nazo ~Hikari to Kage no Eiyū~Edit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
FE11goddessicon Goddess Icon 1 2,500 Increases its user's Luck by 2.

Fire Emblem AwakeningEdit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
Goddess Icon FE13 Goddess Icon 1 2,500 Increases its user's Luck by 2.

Fire Emblem FatesEdit

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
Goddess Icon 1 10,000 Increases its user's Luck by 4.

OverviewEdit

The Goddess Icon is consistently inferior to any other Stat Boosting item in any given Fire Emblem game and generally won't grant your units a very noticeable change in battle performance. Nevertheless, they are still stat boosting items and as such are extremely useful. Goddess Icons are best used on units with poor luck and not enough defense to trivialize Critical hits. This can drastically reduce the risk of an unfortunate enemy critical hit, forcing a player to restart the chapter.

Goddess Icons can also be useful when given to units with high luck stats, as players will occasionally need to deal with enemies that have massive critical rates. For example, in The Sacred Stones, Pablo, has a 15% chance of landing a critical hit in Hard Mode, but will find himself unable to critical Seth or Innes at all, should one of them be given the Goddess Icon that Tethys starts off with.

Item LocationsEdit

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the EmblemEdit

Method Location
Dropped Book 1: Kannival (Ch. 7)
Treasure Book 1: Ch. 10 - Chest
Book 2: Ch. 11 - Hidden in the sand. • Ch. 16 - Chest
Secret Shops Book 1: Ch. 19
Book 2: Final-1

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776Edit

Method Location
Visit Ch. 8 - Village
Dropped Enemy Dancer (Ch. 18)
Secret Shop Ch. 24

TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes SagaEdit

Method Location
Visit M3 - Village
Treasure • M14 - Chest

• M25 - Hidden in the sand.
• Mermel Caves - Random from Chest.
• Arial Mountains North - Random from Chest.
Tower of Morse Floor 1 - Random from Chest.
Tower of Morse Floor 2 - Random from Chest.

Fire Emblem: Binding BladeEdit

Method Location
Treasure Ch. 6 - Chest
Visit Ch. 18A - VillageCh. 19B - Village
Secret Shop Ch. 21

Fire Emblem: Rekka no KenEdit

Method Location
Steal Hector's Story: Enemy Fighter** (Ch. 30)
Inventory Erk*
Visit Eliwood's Story: Ch. 18x - Ruins
Hector's Story: Ch. 19x - Ruins

*Eliwood and Hector's stories only.
** Hard Mode only.

Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesEdit

Method Location
Steal Enemy Archer (Ch. 19)
Inventory Tethys
Secret Shop Creature Campaign: Rausten Court

Fire Emblem: Path of RadianceEdit

Method Location
Dropped Dakova (Ch. 5)
Treasure Ch. 16 - Chest

Fire Emblem: Radiant DawnEdit

Method Location
Base Conversation Part 1: Ch. 9 - View the base conversation titled "Vika".
Visit Part 2: Ch. 1 - Village
Dropped Part 3: Enemy Bishop (Reinforcement) (Ch. 3)
Treasure Part 4: Ch. 5 - Hidden in the corresponding map.

Fire Emblem: Shadow DragonEdit

Method Location
Treasure Ch. 9 - Chest
Secret Shop Ch. 24

Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no Nazo ~Hikari to Kage no Eiyū~Edit

Method Location
Inventory Sheema
Treasure Ch. 11 - Hidden in the sand. • Ch. 16 - Chest
Secret Shop Ch. 21

Fire Emblem AwakeningEdit

Method Location
Dropped Ch. 14Ch. 23Para. 4Para. 10Para. 20
Merchants All locations. (Higher chance in Mount Prism, Origin Peak, Sea-King's Throne, Conqueror's Whetstone, Mountain Village, Warriors' Tomb, Wellspring of Truth and Garden of Giants)
Renown Acquire 900 Renown points in order to obtain one Goddess Icon through this method.

EtymologyEdit

The concept of the Goddess Icon being used as a means to boost one's Luck could possibly be a reference to the goddess Fortuna, who is the Roman personification of fortune and luck. The official artwork portrayal of the Goddess Icon further reinforces this fact, where it is depicted as a bust fashioned in the likeness of a Roman goddess.

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