Yotsmungand (ヨツムガンド Yotsumugando, also translated as Jörmungandr or simply Jormung) is a Dark Magic spell that is primarily used by Dark Mages in Genealogy of the Holy War and Thracia 776. Yotsmungand is a standard Dark tome in both games, as is the case with Flux in later games in the series, although it should be noted that its Might is higher than that of Flux.

When the Yotsmungand spell is cast by enemy units in Thracia 776, their targets will not just sustain damage when afflicted by the spell, but will also be poisoned. Unfortunately enough, this effect is absent when the spell is cast by player units, and alongside the fact that the tome in question is rather heavy, this can prove to be quite disadvantageous to the player. Despite this, however, using the Yotsmungand tome is the only method in which Salem's Dark Magic Rank may be increased.

Weapon StatsEdit

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy WarEdit

Name Type


FE4 Dark Dark

Rank Uses Mt Hit Rng Wt Worth
C 50 20 90% 1~2 12 65,535


  • Note: Cannot be obtained.

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776Edit

Name Type


FE5 Dark Icon Dark

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
C 20 14 70% 10% 1~2 12 1 2,200

If cast by enemy units, successful attacks will inflict the poison condition.

Item LocationsEdit

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy WarEdit

Method Location
Unobtainable Exclusively wielded by Dark Mages and Dark Bishops; no playable unit can utilise Dark Magic to begin with.

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776Edit

Method Location
Inventory Salem
Steal Common item; most Dark Mages and Dark Bishops have a copy in their inventories. First seen in Chapter 5.


Jörmungandr is the World Serpent in Norse Mythology and alongside Hel and Fenrir, is one of three children born of the god Loki.


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