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Battle Axe

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This article is about the axe. You may be looking for Battleaxe, a card from the DS games.

Battle Axe

Is gba battle axe.png
Icon of Battle Axe from The Sacred Stones.

Strong, but difficult to wield.



First game

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776

The Battle Axe is a unique axe appearing in only two games of the Fire Emblem series: first in Thracia 776, again only in The Sacred Stones. According to the weapon's help text in the latter game, it is a strong weapon, but difficult to wield efficiently; it is, however, neither the heaviest nor most inaccurate axe in either game.


Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Thracia 776 Is snes03 battle axe.png B 13 14 60 10 1 20 1,000 ? --
The Sacred Stones Is gba battle axe.png B 13 15 60 5 1 20 1,000 1 --


Thracia 776

Inventory Dalsin
Capture and Steal Chapter 4, enemy Armored Axe, enemy DalsinChapter 4x, enemy Armored Axe(x2) • Chapter 5, enemy Armored Axe(x2) • Chapter 6, enemy Armored Axe(x4) • Chapter 11x, enemy Armored Axe(x3) • Chapter 13, enemy Armored Axe(x5) • Chapter 14, enemy Armored Axe(x6) • Chapter 16A, enemy Armored Axe(x3) • Chapter 17A, enemy Armored Axe(x5) • Chapter 17B, enemy Armored Axe(x6), enemy Axe KnightChapter 20, enemy Armored Axe(x48) • Chapter 21, enemy Armored Axe(x12) • Chapter 21x, enemy Armored Axe(x16) • Chapter 22, enemy Armored Axe(x11), enemy Axe Knight(x11) • Chapter 23, enemy Great Knight(x3)

The Sacred Stones

Inventory Dozla
Dropped by (Skirmish)* Cyclops*Tarvos*Maelduin*
Secret shop Chapter 14 (Eirika's route)Chapter 14 (Ephraim's route)Rausten Court


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Battle Axe --
Spanish Hacha de guerra War axe (Written as H de guerra due to space restriction)
French Hache bellum War axe (Bellum meaning war in Latin)
German Kampfaxt Fight axe
Italian Ascia guerra War axe


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 ArmadsAurgelmirBölverkGarmHelswathPugiTarvosUrvanWolf BeilWolf Berg