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FESK Thoron.png
Artwork of Thoron from Genealogy of the Holy War.

Devastating thunder magic.


Tome (Thunder)

First game

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light

Thoron (Japanese: トロン Thoron) is a recurring lightning-based magic tome of considerable power which debuted in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light. Originating as an uncategorised tome, Genealogy of the Holy War later defined it as a thunder magic. In most of its appearances, it is roughly equivalent in power and esteem to Bolganone and Tornado, generally sharing the same weapon rank and accordingly acting as a thunder counterpart to their fire and wind roles as the ultimate non-legendary spell of its kind.

In Fates, it becomes Robin's personal weapon.


In Archanea

In Archanea, Thoron is portrayed in a similar light to the Excalibur tome as a revered tome inherited by Ellerean of Khadein; however, unlike Excalibur and its owner Merric, Ellerean never possesses the only copies in the games and any unit can use the tome. A second copy of Thoron is also a similarly notable item belonging to Bishop Boah of Archanea; this copy passed hands through Volzhin, Camus and back to Boah via Marth during the events of Shadow Dragon, and Boah's last act in Mystery of the Emblem was to give it to Marth again.


Game Icon Rank Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light Is nes01 tome.png Tome: 6 13 3 100 10 1-2 21 1,950 -- --
Mystery of the Emblem Is snes01 thoron.png Tome: 12 12 13 100 10 1-2 21 2,100 -- --
Genealogy of the Holy War Is snes02 thoron.png SNESRankThunder.png A 20 7 70 -- 1-2 50 12,000 -- --
Thracia 776 Is snes03 thoron.png SNESRankThunder.png A 18 9 70 20 1-2 10 2,200 1 --
Path of Radiance Is gcn thoron.png GCNRankThunder.gif A 10 7 85 5 1-2 20 2,200 2 Deals effective damage to dragon units.
Radiant Dawn Is wii thoron.png WiiRankThunder.png S 9 11 65 5 1-2 20 3,200 5 Deals effective damage to dragon units.
Shadow Dragon Is ds thoron.png DSRankTome.png C 13 4 100 10 1-2 21 2,100 2 --
New Mystery of the Emblem Is ds thoron.png DSRankTome.png C 13 -- 100 10 1-2 21 2,100 2 --
Awakening Is 3ds thoron.png 3DSRankTome.png B 14 -- 65 10 1-2 25 2,200 2 --
Fates Is 3ds02 tome.png 3DSRankTome.png E* 12 -- 70 10 1-2 Infinite 0  ? Cannot be traded.
Critical evade +5
Resistance +3


Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light

Inventory Gotoh
Secret Shops Chapter 17

Mystery of the Emblem

Inventory Book 2: EllereanNyna

Genealogy of the Holy War

Inventory First Generation: Tailto
Dropped by Chapter 7, Ishtore (if Tailto's copy was not inherited by anyone)

Thracia 776

Inventory Eyrios
Capture and steal Chapter 11, Kempf*16A, Eyrios and Kempf17A, Mueller18, Gustaf19, Wolf

Path of Radiance

Treasure Chapter 21, chest

Radiant Dawn

Bargains Part 3: Chapters 11, 13

Shadow Dragon

Inventory Gotoh
Treasure Chapter 14, village (Camus)

New Mystery of the Emblem

Inventory EllereanNyna
Event Chapter 19, ending cutscene (Boah)
Armory Online shop* (×3)


Dropped by Chapter 24, enemy Valkyrie
Armory Mount PrismConqueror's Whetstone
The Demon's InglePlegia CastleSage's HamletDivine Dragon Grounds
Double Duel Reward for defeating Ricken's Chosen.


Inventory amiibo interaction: Robin

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

This article or section is a short summary of Thoron.
SmashWiki features a more in-depth article.

Thoron is part of Robin's neutral special move, Thunder, in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. When charged up for certain periods of time, it will become a stronger thunder spell when released. Thoron is the fourth and most powerful charging stage, achieved when Robin finishes charging Thunder for the full three seconds and the charge effect stops. When launched, it throws a large electric beam a great distance across the stage, striking multiple targets and dealing both good damage (between 10-19% per character struck) and significant knockback.

Thoron's functionality and power is altered slightly when cast through Robin's alternate neutral special moves: Thunder+'s Thoron is faster and has even greater power and range, while Speed Thunder's has a shorter beam tail and only damages foes once. As per Robin's durability mechanic, a successful Thoron consumes 8 durability points (or 10 if the alternate special move is Thunder+).




Etymology and other languages


See also