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Discipline (in the Japanese version) is a skill introduced in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance.

OverviewEdit

In Path of Radiance, Discipline (手加減, Tekagen lit. Holding Back in the original Japanese version) significantly lowers its user's stats, and is solely used for training Ike in the Prologue chapters by Boyd and Greil. It is a blank skill, and does not appear when Boyd becomes playable later on.

In Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, Discipline doubles the rate at which Weapon experience is gained, and is akin to the double experience effect of Paragon. The scroll that bestows the skill is possessed by Burton, the boss of Part 1 Chapter 3, and can be stolen. It can also be found as a Hidden Treasure in Part 2, Chapter 2.

In Fire Emblem Awakening, the Discipline skill also bestows an increased weapon experience boost upon its user, but can only be learned by Cavaliers.

In Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Lysithea's Personal Skill Mastermind doubles the amount of skill experience that she earns in battle. It is functionally the same as Discipline.

StatsEdit

Fire Emblem: Path of RadianceEdit

Name Activation Capacity
Discipline (FE9)
Discipline
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Effects Allows its user to inflict reduced amounts of damage upon enemy units.
Users -
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Fire Emblem: Radiant DawnEdit

Name Activation Capacity
Discipline
Discipline
- 10
Effects Doubles the amount of Weapon EXP gained by the user.
Users Beorc-only; Can be assigned with the Discipline Scroll.
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Fire Emblem AwakeningEdit

Name Activation Capacity
Discipline (FE13)
Discipline
- -
Effects Doubles the amount of Weapon EXP gained by the user.
Users Class skill of Level 1 Cavaliers.
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Fire Emblem Three HousesEdit

Name Activation Capacity
Mastermind icon
Mastermind
- -
Effects It doubles the user's skill experience gained in battle.
Users Personal ability of Lysithea.
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