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“The Sacred Twin fire lance. Str +5.”
—In-game description

Siegmund (ジークムント Jīkumunto) is a sacred Lance that appears in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. Known as the Flame Lance (炎槍, Ensō lit. Flame Spear) Siegmund, alongside the Thunder Sword Sieglinde,is one of the Sacred Twins of Renais, and is usable only by Ephraim. Like most of its other counterparts, Siegmund has the ability to inflict effective damage against Monster units.

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Siegmund is, alongside its sister weapon, introduced after battle against Orson in Chapter 16. After taking the Sacred Stone of Renais and allowing their braces to resonate with it, Eirika and Ephraim are guided to two Chests that are located nearby. Seth then unlocks both chests, taking both Sieglinde and Siegmund from their depths, and gives the latter to Ephraim. The lance is then wielded by Ephraim in his quest to vanquish the Demon King's influence from the continent of Magvel.

Weapon StatsEdit

Name Type

Siegmund Siegmund

Lance Lance

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
Prf* 30 17 80% 0% 1 11 1 -
Effect

Provides its user with a bonus of +5 Strength; inflicts effective damage against monsters.

*Preference = Ephraim

Item LocationEdit

Method Location
Event Ch. 16 - End of chapter.

EtymologyEdit

Siegmund is named after the figure of the same name from Norse Mythology. Siegmund shared an incestuous relationship with Sieglinde, his sister, and together they conceived a son, Siegfried.

TriviaEdit

  • Sieglinde and Siegmund are the only Sacred Twins that have similar names, with the only difference resting on the last four to five letters. This is most likely because the weapons themselves are named after twins.
  • Siegmund is the German derivative of the name "Sigmund", coming from sigu, victory, and mund, protector.


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