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The Master Crown (マスタークラウン Masutā kuraun) is a promotional item that is exclusive to Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, permitting any second-tier beorc units (except Ike, Sothe, Micaiah and Mist) Level 10 and above to promote into the third tier of their respective class lines.

It is notable that beorc units will obtain their unique Occult skills upon promotion to the third tier, and using a Master Crown is the only way to promote to the third tier in the Japanese version; therefore only a limited number of beorc units can obtain Occult skills. For this reason, Occult scrolls in Path of Radiance are not found in Radiant Dawn.

In the localised versions of Radiant Dawn, second tier beorc units can change class by reaching level 21, thus nullifying the limitation imposed on the number of third tier usable beorc (and their occult skill) units.

Item Information

Name Uses Worth Effect(s) / Note(s)
FE10mastercrown.png Master Crown 1 - Promotes Level 10+ second tier beorc units (excluding Ike, Sothe, Micaiah and Mist).

Item Locations

Method Location
Inventory Part 3: Ch. 11 (x2) - Supply Convoy*
Treasure Part 3: Ch. 3 - Tent
Part 3: Ch. 5 - Hidden in the corresponding map.*
Part 4: Prologue (x2) - Hidden in the corresponding map.*
Part 4: Ch. 1 - Hidden in the corresponding map.*
Part 4: Ch. 2 (x2) - Hidden in the corresponding map.*
Base Conversations Part 3:
Ch. 6 - View the base conversation titled "Sothe".
Ch. 9 - View the base conversation titled "Elincia".
Ch. 11 - View the base conversation titled "Sanaki".
Ch. 12 - View the base conversation titled "Pelleas".

*Japanese version only.

Trivia

  • The five Master Crowns that are found as hidden treasure in Part 4 in the Japanese version were changed to three Arms Scrolls in the Western version of the game.
  • In the Japanese version, there are two Master Crowns added to the Supply Convoy in Part 3, Chapter 11. They are never brought to the player's attention and simply appear there without notice. These were removed in the Western version.
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