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The Chest Key (Japanese: 宝のカギ Treasure Key) is a fairly common item in the Fire Emblem series, first appearing in Mystery of the Emblem, having appeared in every game from Thracia 776 onward with the exception of Shadow Dragon and Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. It allows any unit to open chests, when normally, only thieves can do so. Their durability and price changes according to the game; the Chest Key has ranged from a single-use item to having 20 uses.
Mystery of the Emblem
The Binding Blade
The Blazing Blade
The Sacred Stones
||Chapter 3, enemy Brigand • Chapter 5x, enemy Mage, enemy Fighter • Chapter 9 (Ephraim's route), enemy Mage • Chapter 11 (Eirika's route), enemy Bonewalker (×3) • Chapter 14 (Eirika's route), enemy Knight • Chapter 14 (Ephraim's route), enemy Shaman • Chapter 16, enemy Druid*, enemy Shaman* • Final Chapter, enemy Wight
||Port Kiris • Bethroen
Path of Radiance
New Mystery of the Emblem
||Birthright: Chapter 9, enemy Outlaw • Chapter 16, enemy Knight*/General*, enemy Knight, enemy Hero, enemy Strategist • Chapter 19, enemy Sniper, enemy Hero • Chapter 25, enemy Sorcerer (×3)|
Conquest: Chapter 14, enemy Shrine Maiden • Chapter 20, enemy Spear Master
Revelation: Chapter 7, enemy Archer (×3), enemy Spear Fighter, enemy Knight, enemy Cavalier • Chapter 8, enemy Archer (×2) • Chapter 9, enemy Oni Savage, enemy Archer • Chapter 15, enemy Diviner, enemy Samurai • Chapter 20, enemy General (×2), enemy Berserker • Chapter 21, enemy Adventurer, enemy Sniper, enemy Maid (reinforcement) • Chapter 22, enemy Great Master, enemy Falcon Knight
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes