Aymr is an Axe that debuts in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Despite its appearance, it is not considered part of the Heroes' Relics but instead a Crest Stone weapon that was designed specifically for Edelgard's use.

In-Game[edit | edit source]

Fire Emblem: Three Houses[edit | edit source]

Name Type

FE16 Relic Axe Weapon Icon.png Aymr

FE16 axe icon.png Axe

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng WEx Wt Worth
E 20 24 60% 20% 1 ? 11 -
Effect

If user has a Crest of Seiros, enables the use of Raging Storm.

Like the Heroes' Relics, if the user does not have a Crest, the axe deals 10 damage to the user after combat if used.

Fire Emblem Heroes[edit | edit source]

Name Type

Aymr

FEH Axe.png Axe

Mt Rng SP Rarity
16 1 400 FEH Star Rarity 5.png
Effect

Grants Atk+3. If unit is not adjacent to an ally, inflicts Atk/Def-6 on foe during combat and foe cannot make a follow-up attack.

Item Locations[edit | edit source]

Fire Emblem: Three Houses[edit | edit source]

Method Location
Inventory Chapter 13 (Crimson Flower) - Edelgard

Non-Canon Appearances[edit | edit source]

Super Smash Bros.[edit | edit source]

Aymr appears as one of the four weapons wielded by Byleth in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Aymr is used as Byleth's downward aerial, downward smash attack, and downward special.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Aymr is named after the magical weapon in Ugaritic mythology, Aymur, meaning "Driver". It was one of the two weapons given to Baal to defeat Yam.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Despite being linked to the Crest of Seiros, the Crest Stone embedded in Aymr is engraved with the Crest of the Beast.
  • Despite its similarities in appearance and in-game abilities, Aymr is not considered part of the Heroes' Relics and is simply called a "Crest Stone weapon".
    • Linhardt explains that in legends, more weapons were created during the War of Heroes beyond the Relics of the Ten Elites that have since been lost in history. While this more directly implicates the existence of other Heroes' Relics like Vajra-Mushti and Fetters of Dromi, Aymr may also fall within this category.
    • Another possibility is that Those Who Slither in the Dark fabricated the weapon, as they are known to be able to create replica Heroes' Relics. This is supported by the fact that it requires Agarthium to repair, unlike the traditional Relics, which need Umbral Steel.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

3H Aymr concept.png
Armored Lord.jpg
SSBU Hero Relics (1).png
SSBU Hero Relics (3).png
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