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'''Forging''' is an option available from the [[Base]] in ''[[Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]'' and ''[[Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn]]'' that allows the player to purchase a [[Weapon]] made to order. When forging weapons, their statistics can, for a price, be altered to a certain extent, and they can be given a unique name and color. It can also be accessed from the battle preparations menu in ''[[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon]]''.
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'''Forging''' is an option available from the [[Base]] in ''[[Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]'' and ''[[Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn]]'' that allows the player to purchase a [[Weapon]] made to order. When forging weapons, their statistics can, for a price, be altered to a certain extent, and they can be given a unique name and color. It can also be accessed from the battle preparations menu in ''[[Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon]]'''' and ''[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Fire_Emblem:_Shin_Monsh%C5%8D_no_Nazo_~Hikari_to_Kage_no_Eiy%C5%AB~ Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no Nazo ~Hikari to Kage no Eiyū]~.
   
 
==[[Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]==
 
==[[Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]==

Revision as of 03:51, January 15, 2012

Forging is an option available from the Base in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn that allows the player to purchase a Weapon made to order. When forging weapons, their statistics can, for a price, be altered to a certain extent, and they can be given a unique name and color. It can also be accessed from the battle preparations menu in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon' and Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no Nazo ~Hikari to Kage no Eiyū~.

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

In Path of Radiance, forging is available from Chapter 8 onward, and is done by Daniel of the Merchant Convoy. When forging, a weapon's Might can be raised or lowered by up to 5 points, Hit can be raised or lowered by up to 25 points (in values of 5), Crit can be raised or lowered by up to 9 points (in values of 3) and Weight could be raised or lowered by up to 5 points. The forged weapon's name and (unless it's a magic tome) color could also be changed. Only one weapon could be forged per chapter.

There was a glitch in the original Japanese where, if you forged a weapon with a non zero Critical rate (like a Slim Sword) and lowered the Crit to zero, the weapon would end up with a Crit of 255 instead, allowing for guaranteed Critical hits. This glitch was fixed for the international version of the game.

The following weapons could be forged:

Forgeable Swords

Forgeable Lances

Forgeable Axes

Forgeable Bows

Forgeable Tomes

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

In Radiant Dawn, forging is again done by Daniel, and is done mostly the same as in Path of Radiance, though there are a few differences. Crit can now be raised or lowered by up to 15 instead (still in values of 3). There is no limit to how many weapons can be forged in one chapter, though in the Japanese version, Forge Points must be spent to forge weapons. Also, one could use a Coin while forging to give the weapon a random bonus. Tomes could be recolored in this game.

The following weapons could be forged:

Forgeable Swords

Forgeable Lances

Forgeable Axes

Forgeable Bows

Forgeable Knives

Forgeable Tomes

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon

In Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon it is possible to forge weapons at the armorer between battles. You can only forge one weapon each battle.

Forging here is different in that you are modifying an existing weapon, not ordering a new weapon. The statistics of weapons that can be changed are Might, Hit%, Crit% and Weight. Stats can be raised or lowered to a certain amount, assuming you have enough gold, although different stats cost different amounts of gold. Raising and lowering a weapon's stats cost the same amount (i.e. forging an Iron Sword to have one less weight costs the same as one more weight).

It is possible to forge most weapons; as such you can forge iron, steel, and silver weapons, although price changes accordingly - forging a Silver Lance costs significantly more than forging an Iron Lance. Items that have 0 Worth cannot be forged, such as the Falchion, Hauteclere or Gradivus, but weapons that have other effects, such as killer weapons, Armorslayers, and Dragonpikes can. Devil weapons cannot be forged. The amount of change that can be made is also greater, allowing for weapons with as much as a 50% critical rate (maximized killer weapon). It is also not possible to reforge a weapon that has been forged before. Forging a weapon does not replenish its uses, nor does the number of remaining uses affect the forging cost.

Forging weapons is an integral part of WiFi battle, as forged weapons are more powerful than all other weapons (including legendary weapons, which cannot be forged). Forged weapons can have custom names applied to them. When playing on "with anyone" these names do not appear, instead the item's default name is shown (although it still is written in light blue, so players know it has been forged). The custom names are shown when playing on "with friends" or via wireless.

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