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Bamboo Branch

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Bamboo Branch

Is 3ds02 rod.png
Generic rod icon from Fates.

Restores 15-18 HP to a nearby ally and grants Lck+8 to all allies within two tiles.

Type

Rod

First game

Fire Emblem Fates

Bamboo Branch (Japanese: 笹飾り Bamboo Decoration) is a unique rod introduced in Fire Emblem Fates. It is both a healing rod, in that it restores a fixed amount of HP to one targeted ally, as well as a support rod, in that it bestows a boost in Luck to both the targeted ally and those in a small radius for a single turn. Its primary drawback is its low durability.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Fates Is 3ds02 rod.png C -- -- -- -- 1-2 3 0 ? Trigger Rally Luck for all allies within a two-tile radius for one turn.

Calculations

Game Effect Experience acquired by the healer
Fates Restores 15 HP to the targeted ally.
Trigger Rally Luck for all allies within a two-tile radius for one turn.
30*

Locations

Fates

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Rank rewards Visitor Rank: 625 (limit 1)

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Bamboo Rod
Japanese 笹飾り A bamboo decoration traditionally associated with Tanabata, on the branches of which people hang pieces of paper with poems and proverbs written on them.[1]
Spanish Rama de bambú Bamboo Branch
French Tige de bambou Bamboo Rod
German Bambuszweig Bamboo Branch
Italian Stecca bambù Bamboo Stick

Gallery

References

  1. "Sasa-kazari (Bamboo-decoration) -- People decorate branches of a cut bamboo with strips of paper (tanzaku) on which poems or proverbs have been written."MIT Japanese "culture-notes" - Tanabata, July, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Published: 5 March, 2002, Retrieved: 26 September, 2015

See also

Rods
Healing rods Bloom FestalDumpling RodGreat FestalLanternMoon FestalPurification RodSakura's RodSun FestalWane Festal
Non-healing rods Hexing RodRescueSilence
Hybrid rods Bamboo Branch