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Ambrosia

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Ambrosia

Is 3ds03 ambrosia.png
Icon of Ambrosia from Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.

Permanently increases defense by 1. A medicinal herb that can be used as a body salve.

Type
First game

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Ambrosia (Japanese: アンブロシア Ambrosia) is a provision item that debuted in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. Ambrosia is a unique provision with advanced fatigue recovery effect, restoring 40 fatigue points to whomever consumes it, and also serves as Echoes: Shadows of Valentia's analog to the Dracoshield and Shield Ring in that it also permanently increases the Defense of whomever consumes it by 2 points. It reappears in Three Houses as a weaker version of the Giant Shell, boosting defense by 1 point, and it is obtained through gardening.

Data

Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Is 3ds03 ambrosia.png 1 Is 3ds03 silver mark.png 10 Recovers 40 fatigue points.
Permanently increases Defense by 2 points when used.
Taste: Rich
Three Houses Is ns01 stat booster.png 1 ?? Permanently increases Defense by 1 point when used.

Locations

Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Villages Sage's Hamlet: Sage's House
Dropped by Rigel Falls: Enemy Hestia
Chest Thabes Labyrinth: B9
Sidequests Priory: "A Few Gears Short" (Talk to an Anxious Cleric after collecting all 9 Cogs)Rigel Village: "A Dazzling Delicacy" (Give a Scholarly Man one each of Yogurt, Duma Moss, and Orange; repeatable task)

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Ambrosia Ambrosia (Ancient Greek: ἀμβροσία ambrosía, lit. "immortality"), in Greek mythology, is the food (sometimes drink) of the gods said to grant immortality to whomever consumes it.
Japanese アンブロシア Ambrosia
Spanish Ambrosía Ambrosia
French Ambroisie Ambrosia
German Ambrosia As above.
Italian Ambrosia As above.
Dutch Ambrozijn Ambrosia
Simplified Chinese 仙馔 Immortality food
Traditional Chinese 仙饌 Immortality food

Gallery

References

See also

Items in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
Stat boosters AmbrosiaBootsFruit of LifeGolden AppleNectarNethergranatePegasus CheeseTalisman
Normal provisions Blue CheeseBoiled ChickenBreadBread PieceButterCarrotChicken LinkCold SoupDagon FilletDried MeatDried ShieldfishDrinking WaterDuma MossExotic SpiceFlourGarlicHamHard BreadHerringHoley CheeseHoneyLeftover BreadMana HerbsMedicinal SyrupMille CrepeMoist BreadOrangePure HoneyRaw MeatSausageSoupSpicy ChickenSweet CookieYogurt
Alcoholic provisions AleLeftover AleRam WineWine
Class change items Pitchfork
Rings Ancient RingAnimus RingAngel RingBlessed RingCoral RingDemon RingGrimoire RingKeepsake RingMage RingMila's RingPrayer RingRusted RingSpeed Ring
Shields Blessed ShieldDracoshieldDuma's ShieldEleven ShieldEmperor ShieldFugue ShieldHexlock ShieldIron ShieldLeather ShieldLukas's ShieldRion ShieldRoyal ShieldRusted ShieldSage's ShieldSilver PlatterSilver ShieldSteel Shield
Other equipment Astral ShardsBlack Crescent MoonCoral FragmentDragon ScaleDubious MaskDuma CarvingDuma's HelmHard Worker's RibbonMila CarvingMila's DiademRed TricornStar JacinthVagabond's HairclipWarrior's Warding Bell
Shop items Gold MarkGold PurseSilver MarkSilver Purse
Other items A Son's JournalBear CarvingBlack PearlBonewalker OilCell KeyCogGargoyle EarGossamer HairHandmade DollLima ArmletMemory PrismMila's TurnwheelPitchfork