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- This article is about the axe. You may be looking for Battleaxe, a card from the DS games.
|Icon of Battle Axe from The Sacred Stones.|
Strong, but difficult to wield.
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.
|Capture and Steal
||Chapter 4, enemy Armored Axe, enemy Dalsin • Chapter 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 Knight • Chapter 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
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Hacha de guerra
||War axe (Written as H de guerra due to space restriction)
||War axe (Bellum meaning war in Latin)