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Aum Fragment

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Aum Fragment

Is snes01 aum fragment.png
Icon of the Aum Fragment in Mystery of the Emblem.


First game

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem

The Aum Fragment (Japanese: オームのかけら Aum Shard) is an item exclusive to Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem. Its original design was to allow its holder to be revived once after otherwise being killed.

The Aum Fragment has never made an official appearance in any game in the Fire Emblem series; it went unused the only time it appeared in a game's coding.


Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
Mystery of the Emblem Is snes01 aum fragment.png - - Unused. Supposed to revive its holder after death once.


Mystery of the Emblem

Unused. If hacked into the game, the item cannot be used at all as it was never programmed to work as intended.


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
Aum Fragment
Ohm Fragment
Japanese オームのかけら Aum shard/fragment


See also

Items in Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
Stat boosters BootsDracoshieldGoddess IconManualPower RingPure WaterSecret BookSeraph RobeSpeed RingTalisman
Healing items Vulnerary
Class change items Bishop RingHero CrestKnight CrestOrion's BoltWyvern Whip
Keys Bridge KeyChest KeyDoor Key
Shop items Silver CardVIP Card
Dragonstones DivinestoneEarthstoneFirestoneIcestoneMagestoneWyvernstone
Regalia items Astral ShardsBinding ShieldDarksphereEmblemGeosphereIote's ShieldLifesphereLightsphereStarsphere
Unused items Aum FragmentShadowstoneSilver Key