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Axe (NES)

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Axe

Is nes01 axe.png
Icon of an Axe in the fan translation for Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Type

Axe

First game

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light

The (Japanese: おの Axe) is a axe-type weapon in the Fire Emblem series. It initially appeared only in the two NES installments of the series, its role in later games being taken by the Iron Axe and the Bronze Axe, before finally reappearing in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, twenty-five years after its previous appearance in the series.

In Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, it is the most basic axe, featuring a weapon level of 1. It is the only axe to appear in Fire Emblem Gaiden, and it is wielded by only a single enemy-only class, the Brigand. Shadows of Valentia expands the axe roster compared to Gaiden and features the Axe as the basic axe available to the game's axe-wielding classes--in this case, the Brigand, Titan, and Deimos.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light -- 1 7 7 80 0 1 43 360 -- --
Gaiden -- -- 0 0 90 0 1 -- -- -- --
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Is 3ds03 axe forecast.png -- 0 0 90 0 1 -- -- -- --

Locations

Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light

Inventory BordCord
Armory Chapter 1Chapter 2Chapter 3

Gaiden

Unobtainable Equipped automatically by brigands, an enemy-only class.

Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Unobtainable Equipped automatically by brigands, an enemy-only class.

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Axe
English
(unofficial)
Iron Axe Used in the Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light fan translation.
Japanese おの Axe. It goes unnamed in Gaiden.
Spanish Hacha Axe
French Hache Axe
German Axt Axe
Italian Ascia Axe
Dutch Bijl Axe
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese

Gallery

Axes
Basic axes AxeBarst's AxeBasilikosBattle AxeBeruka's AxeBordcord AxeBroken AxeBronze AxeEmblem AxeFrying PanGlass AxeHauteclereHector's AxeHit AxeImmortal AxeImposing AxeIron AxeIron PoleaxKiller AxeLadleLegion's AxePractice AxeRusted AxeSilver AxeSilver PoleaxSplitting AxeSteel AxeSteel PoleaxTraining Axe
Axes with secondary effects Arthur's AxeBerserker's AxeBone AxeBrave AxeCamilla's AxeDevil AxeDragon AxeFiendcleaverHammerLaguz AxeMaceMaster AxePoleaxQuick AxeRaider AxeSuperior AxeSwordreaverSwordslayerTitania's AxeVengeanceVenin AxeVolant Axe
Magic-based axes Bolt Axe
Ranged axes Hand AxeHatchetIron Star AxeOrsin's HatchetShort AxeSilver Star AxeSteel Star AxeTomahawk
Regalia and personal axes ArmadsAurgelmirAxe of UkonvasaraAymrBölverkCrusherFreikugelGarmHelswathPugiTarvosUrvanWolf BeilWolf Berg