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Thani (セイニー Seinī) is a Light magic tome from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn. The light magic equivalent of the Rapier blade, the Thani tome possesses added bonuses against cavalry and armored units. Furthermore, this tome may only be wielded by Micaiah.

Unlike other weapons that are effective against cavalry and armored units and are starting weapons made specially for particular characters, the Thani tome may be left behind in Chapter 1-2. This will essentially increase the difficulty of the game, as armored units in Part 1 are especially difficult to defeat.

When cast, Thani condenses ambient light into the form of a large glowing sphere of radiant energies above the target, which proceeds to descend down towards the opponent, erupting in a large spire of light.

Weapon Stats[]

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn[]

Name Type

Thani.png Thani

FE10 Light Magic.gif Light

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Rng Wt WEx Worth
Prf* 45 8 100% 0% 1-2 1 2 --
Effect

Inflicts effective damage against cavalry and armored units.

* Preference: Micaiah

Fire Emblem Heroes[]

Name Type

Thani

FEH Thunder Tome.png Tome

Mt Rng SP Rarity
14 2 400 FEH Star Rarity 5.png
Effect

Effective against armored and cavalry foes. Grants Res+3.
If armored or cavalry foe uses bow, dagger, magic, or staff,
reduces damage from foe's first attack by 30%.

Name Cost

Thani

400 SP, 500Arena Medal.png, 200Divine Dew.png
Type HP Mt Spd Def Res
FEH WUp 1.png +2 + 1
FEH WUp 2.png +2 + 2
FEH WUp 3.png +2 + 3
FEH WUp 4.png +2 + 3
FEH WUp 124.png At start of combat, if unit's HP ≥ 50%, grants Atk/Res+5 during combat and unit makes a guaranteed follow-up attack.
Effect
Effective against armored and cavalry foes. Grants Res+3. If foe uses bow, dagger, magic, or staff, reduces damage from foe's first attack by 30% during combat.

Item Locations[]

Method Location
Treasure Part 1: Ch. 2 - Chest
Base Conversation Part 1: Endgame - View the Base Conversation titled "Fiona".

Etymology[]

The Japanese pronunciation of "Thani" may be based on sei which, depending on the kanji, could mean "holy" or "celestial" (聖) or "star" (星).

Gallery[]

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