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Fenrir (フェンリル, Fenriru) is a high-levelled Dark tome in the Fire Emblem Series, and is generally wielded by end-game enemies. Owing to the sheer Might that it possesses, this tome is hence usually exorbitantly-priced.

Overview[]

Animations[]

The animation for Fenrir in the SNES games depicted a beast's head of some sort appearing in the background.

In the GBA games, Fenrir was depicted as summoning wailing spirits and purple flames which eventually converge on the target.

Combat[]

In Genealogy of the Holy War, Fenrir is a ranged tome, much like Blizzard and Meteor. Despite being a highly inaccurate tome, Fenrir is capable of inflicting devastating amounts of damage if the unit in question is unfortunate enough to be hit. Like all Dark magic, it is an enemy exclusive tome, though unlike other tomes users with it equipped are incapable of movement.

In Thracia 776, Fenrir's durability has been lowered, but its might and accuracy have been greatly increased. In both damage and precision, Fenrir is the strongest of the seize tomes in the game and the only playable character who possesses the Dark Magic Rank to use it is Salem. There exists an enemy only variation of Fenrir, the poison tome which has a lower might and accuracy but inflicts Poison (condition) on the target.

In the Japanese versions of the GBA games, this tome is known as Nosferatu (ノスフェラート, Nosuferāto), and may only be used within one or two tiles away from a given target. The spell's description says it conjures "Freezing Flames" upon being cast.

Fenrir is reverted to a long-range spell in Radiant Dawn, where its Might is significantly lower than that of its predecessors from previous games in the series.

Weapon Stats[]

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War[]

Name Type

FE4fenrir.gifFenrir

FE4 Dark.png Dark

Rank Uses Mt Hit Rng Wt Worth
B 50 14 70% 3-10 20 65,535
Effect

-

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776[]

Name Type

FE5fenrir.png Fenrir

FE5 Dark Icon.png Dark

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
A 5 18 80% 0% 3-10 20 1 2,200
Effect

-

Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade[]

Name Type

FE6 Fenrir.png Fenrir

Dark.gif Dark

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
A 13 15 65% 0% 1-2 13 1 7,800
Effect

-

Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade and Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones[]

Name Type

Fenrir.gif Fenrir

Dark.gif Dark

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
A 20 15 70% 0% 1-2 18 1 9,000
Effect

-

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn[]

Name Type

FE10fenrir.png Fenrir

FE10 Dark.gif Dark

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
A 5 9 60% 0% 3-10 20 4 1,500
Effect

-

Fire Emblem Heroes[]

Name Type

Fenrir

FEH Fire Tome.png Tome

Mt Rng SP Rarity
9 2 200 ✯✯✯
Effect

-

Name Type

Fenrir+

FEH Fire Tome.png Tome

Mt Rng SP Rarity
13 2 300 ✯✯✯✯✯
Effect

-

Name Cost

Fenrir+

350 SP, 500Arena Medal.png, 50Refining Stone.png
Type HP Mt Spd Def Res
FEH WUp 1.png +2 + 2
FEH WUp 2.png +2 + 1 + 2
FEH WUp 3.png +2 + 1 + 3
FEH WUp 4.png +2 + 1 + 3
Effect
-

Item Locations[]

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War[]

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

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776[]

Method Location
Steal Codda (Ch. 14xMua (Ch. 17A) • Enemy Dark Mage (Ch. 18) • Enemy Dark Mage x10 (Ch. 21x) • Enemy Dark Mage (Ch. 24) • Enemy Dark Mage x2 (Ch. 24x) • Enemy Dark Mage x8 (Final)
Steal (Poison) Alfan (Ch. 23) • Enemy Dark Bishop (Ch. 24x)
Steal (Stone) Veld (Final)

Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade[]

Method Location
Unobtainable Enemy-only.

Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade[]

Method Location
Treasure Eliwood's Story: Ch. 26x - Chest
Hector's Story: Ch. 28x - Chest

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones[]

Method Location
Dropped Lyon (Ch. 17)
Treasure Ch. 19 - ChestLagdou Ruins Floor 6 - Chest
Secret Shop Jehanna Hall

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn[]

Method Location
Inventory Pelleas
Base Conversation Part 4: Ch. 5 - View the Base Conversation titled "Pelleas".

Etymology[]

In Norse mythology, Fenrir, also known as Fenris Wolf, is the ferocious wolf son of Loki, and is bound to Odin's throne by the rope Gleipnir. When Ragnarok, the Apocalypse, eventually takes place in the future, Fenrir is prophesied to break free of Gleipnir's binding powers and kill Odin, the chief god. Fenrir is then predicted to meet his end in the hands of Víðarr, the son of Odin.

Trivia[]

Gallery[]

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