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Not to be confused with Moonlight, a light magic tome that heals the user depending on damage dealt.

“Negates enemy resistance.”
—In-game description, The Sacred Stones

Luna (ルナ Runa) is a Dark Magic tome from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade and Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. While it does not possess any Might, relying on the unit's Magic alone, it compensates for this by having the unique ability to negate the enemy's Resistance and therefore inflict direct damage equal to the caster's Magic. This ability is further enhanced by the fact that this tome possesses high Hit and Critical Hit values, essentially making it a rather potent spell to use against strong bosses like Limstella, Nergal, and the Fire Dragon from The Blazing Blade.

The potency of this tome is lessened in The Sacred Stones, where its Critical Hit and accuracy rate have been halved and decreased by 45% respectively. This is due to the fact that the tome is considered to be far too powerful in The Blazing Blade - to the point that it is capable of potentially killing the final boss in just 1 round (provided Athos or a max magic Canas uses it, it is boosted with Filla's Might, and it initiates a critical).

The tome has disappeared from later games in the series, likely due to its power.

Weapon StatsEdit

Fire Emblem: The Blazing BladeEdit

Name Type

Luna Luna

Dark Dark

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
C 35 0 95% 20% 1-2 12 1 5,250
Effect

Negates enemy Resistance.

Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesEdit

Name Type

Luna Luna

Dark Dark

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
C 30 0 50% 10% 1-2 12 1 4,200
Effect

Negates enemy Resistance.

Item LocationsEdit

Fire Emblem: The Blazing BladeEdit

Method Location
Dropped Eliwood's Story: Enemy Shaman (Ch. 22) • Enemy Shaman (Ch. 24)
Hector's Story: Enemy Shaman (Ch. 23) • Enemy Shaman (Ch. 26)
Treasure Eliwood's Story: Ch. 19 - Chest
Hector's Story: Ch. 20 - Chest

Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesEdit

Method Location
Dropped Enemy Shaman (Ch. 15)
Treasure Tower of Valni Floor 5 - Chest
Vendors Taizel • Caer Pelyn • Jehanna Hall • Narube River • Rausten Court

EtymologyEdit

"Luna" is a word that means "moon" in Latin, Spanish, Italian, and Romanian.

Trivia Edit

  • Coincidentally, there is a Mastery Skill called Luna, which has the similar effect of negating enemy defense or resistance, though not always fully.

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