A few of the weapons appeared in FE7 so they have official names, but a few of them don't - Malte, Miugre, Apocalypse and the Exaccus. I realise the fan translation uses those names, but I'd personally suggest renaming the physical weapons to Maltet, Murgleis and Eckesachs. Most of the Divine Weapons seem to be based on the Song of Roland and those are their names in there. Note that they have Almace instead of Armads, but it seems IS decided to use their own version (it's Armads in the Japanese books as well). Meanwhile Eckesachs is the name in the game data of FE6. Aveyn Knight 18:44, 26 August 2009 (UTC)
Suggesting movement to "Legendary Items" or "Legendary Items of Elibe" Edit
Doing a quick search through a script dump of FE7, I've found that "legendary weapon[s]" occurs 2 times in the text, while "legendary item[s]" occurs 10 times, 11 if you include Eliwood's "Legendary... item?" from the end of Cog of Destiny. It also makes sense to call them that, since in Japanese they're called 神将器 "god-general tools."</span>
About the StaffEdit
I saw that elimine's staff wasn't mentionned at all on the page of the divine weapons of Elibe. Although it's not a weapon in the sense of "attack", staves are a weapon type from FE, aren't they ? And another thing, in the game they never talk about 8 weapons, but about 8 generals having divine weapons.
So I think it's 8 heroes, but 10 weapons: Durandal, Malte, Armads, Murgleis, Forblaze, Aureola, Apocalypse, Saint's Staff, Exaccus and the Sealed Sword. Don't you think it's more like that ? And when Yodel come with the Staff and Murgleis/Malte he says "I brought TWO divine weapons"