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Wildheart is a Skill from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn that can be equipped to non-heron Laguz. It allows them to undergo a 'halfshift' at any time, increasing their human stats by 50%. It uses a capacity of 15 skill points.


Name Activation Capacity
Passive 10
Effects Allows Laguz to immediately transform with 1.5x instead of 2x stats.
Users Base Skill: Volug
Can be assigned to any Laguz with a Wildheart Scroll (FE10).png Wildheart Scroll
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Volug starts with this skill. For the entirety of Part I in which he is available, he is forced to remain constantly halfshifted, and Wildheart cannot be removed from him. During this time, his transformation gauge will constantly read 30 and he will be unable to revert.

When the player gains control of Micaiah's party again in Part III, however, he is no longer forced to remain halfshifted, and it is possible to remove Wildheart from him and receive the scroll, allowing it to be put on any Laguz (excluding Herons). If it is kept on a unit, the word "half" highlighted in yellow text will constantly be shown over the user on the map when they are in human form, indicating that they can halfshift. Their transformation gauge will fill normally, however, and if it fills, they can perform a normal laguz shift, doubling his stats like any other laguz.

When they halfshift, their transformation gauge will fill to 30 and will start dropping based on turns and combat. When the gauge reaches zero, they will forcibly revert, although they will instantly be able to re-halfshift. Reverting while halfshifted will always return the transformation gauge to zero, regardless of its current value and its value upon undergoing the halfshift. You can avoid ever coming out of laguz form by reverting and half-shifting in the same turn to refill the gauge completely.


  • In the US version, Wildheart's help text erroneously claims that the skill reduces experience gain. The European version corrected this to say the skill reduces "ability points" (stats) gained by shifting.