“The Sacred Twin ice blade. Res +5.”
—In-game description

Audhulma (アウドムラ, Audomura) is a sacred Sword that appears exclusively in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. Also known as the Ice Blade (氷剣, Hyōken lit. Ice Sword), Audhulma is, alongside the Wind Blade Excalibur, one of Jehanna's Sacred Twin treasures. Like most of its counterparts, this sword deals effective damage against Monsters.

Background[edit | edit source]

Audhulma is, along with the Wind Blade Excalibur, given to Eirika and Joshua by Queen Ismaire in Chapter 14A as her dying wish. This decision shows both her desire for peace and the entrusting of the country's legacy to her son.

Weapon Stats[edit | edit source]

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones[edit | edit source]

Name Type

Audhulma Icon.gif Audhulma

Sword.gif Sword

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
S 30 18 85% 0% 1 9 1 -
Effect

Effective against monsters.
Adds a bonus of 5 points to its wielder's Resistance.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Audhulma is practically tailor made for Joshua, as its weight is precisely equal to his constitution as a swordmaster, but it may be used by any other sword-wielding unit as well. In the hands of a swift unit, Audhulma is an incredibly proficient mage killer.

One does not necessarily have to expend weapon uses to capitalize off of Audhulma's resistance boost. If the only opponents in attacking range are magic users, it might be a good idea to leave the sword equipped, as its user will be able to use its resistance boost without expending weapons uses.

Fire Emblem Heroes[edit | edit source]

Name Type

Audhulma

FEH Sword.png Sword

Mt Rng SP Rarity
16 1 400 ✯✯✯✯✯
Effect

Accelerates Special trigger (cooldown count-1).
Grants Res+5.

Item Locations[edit | edit source]

Method Location
Event Ch. 14A - End of chapter. • Ch. 15B - End of chapter.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

The name of the sword, Audhulma, or Auðumbla, is derived from the cow of ice of the same name in Norse mythology, which uncovered the god Bor while licking a block of ice in the primordial chasm called Ginnungagap.

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