The Valflame (ファラフレイム, Farafureimu lit. Falaflame in the Japanese version and Fire Emblem Museum; Faraflame in Fire Emblem Treasure, and Fala Flame in the fan translations) is one of twelve holy weapons from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. Valflame is the tome that was used by Crusader Fala, bestowed upon her by the divine dragon Salamander during the Miracle of Darna. The tome of Valflame is the property of Fala's descendants, who are the heirs of House Velthomer of Grannvale.
The Valflame tome grants its wielder +10 Magic, +10 Defense and +10 Resistance (only +5 Magic in Awakening), and may only be equipped by users possessing major Fala holy blood. This tome is unobtainable in Genealogy of the Holy War.
In the events of Genealogy of the Holy War, the Valflame tome is wielded by Arvis of Velthomer. Making its debut in the Prologue, he uses it as his weapon of choice when he enters Chalphy to give Sigurd a Silver Sword. Later during the Battle of Belhalla in Chapter 5, Arvis, uses Valflame to personally execute Sigurd. The Valflame tome reappears in Chapter 10, where Arvis uses it once again in a final struggle to resist Seliph's troops.
Bestows a bonus of Magic +10, Defense +10 and Resistance +10 to the user.
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Cannot be equipped.
Bestows a bonus of Magic +5 to the user.
|Unobtainable||Wielded solely by Arvis; No playable unit can wield the tome.|
|Dropped||Canis (Ch. 22)|
|Treasure||Xeno. 15 - Random from Chest.|
- Thanks to its passive +5 Magic bonus, Valflame's base Might is the highest of all magic-based weapons available in Fire Emblem Awakening, and tied with Gungnir and Hauteclere for the highest base Might of all weapons.