The Solar Brace is a promotional item that is exclusive to Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. Alongside the Lunar Brace, the Solar Brace is one of two keys fashioned for the purpose of protecting the seals guarding both the Sacred Stone of Renais and the country's Sacred Twins, Siegmund and Sieglinde. The Solar Brace is worn by Ephraim throughout the proceedings of the game, and can be acquired as a physical item at the end of Chapter 16 to promote him into a Great Lord.
After Ephraim and Eirika succeed in retaking Renais Castle in Chapter 16, they, on the instruction of Seth, raise their bracelets above their heads before the throne. The scene is then engulfed by a bright light, and when it clears, the throne moves aside to reveal a set of stairs leading to an underground chamber. At this point, the twins are given the opportunity to promote, and if the choice is not made, then their respective Braces will be added to their inventories, to be used at a later time. Upon entering the chamber, the twins retrieve both Renais' Sacred Stone and Sacred Twins.
|Name||Uses||Worth||Effect(s) / Note(s)|
|Solar Brace||1||-||Promotes Level 10+ Ephraim into a Great Lord.|
|Solar Brace||Duriing Combar||300|
|Effects||Restores HP =, 30% of damage dealt when Special triggers.
(Stacks with effects of skills like Sol.)
|Users||Skill cannot be inherited.
|25px Solar Brace II||During Combat||300|
cooldown charge -X" on unit during combat.
Restores 10 HP to unit after combat.
After an attack, Assist skill, or structure
destruction, unit can move 2 space(s).
(Unit moves according to movement type. Once
per turn. Cannot attack or assist. Only highest
value applied. Does not stack. After moving,
if a skill that grants another action would be
triggered (like with Galeforce), Canto will
trigger after the granted action. Unit's base
movement has no effect on movement granted.
Cannot warp (using skills like Wings of Mercy)
a distance greater than 2 space(s).)
|Event||Ch. 16 - End of chapter, provided that the player does not choose to promote Ephraim when prompted.|