- For a similar item present in later games, see Guiding Ring.
Exclusive to the original Archanea games, Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light and Mystery of the Emblem, this item allows Mages, Curates, and Clerics to promote to Bishops. It was replaced by the Master Seal in the DS remakes of said games, Shadow Dragon and New Mystery of the Emblem.
|Game||Icon||Uses||Worth||Effects and notes|
|Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light||--||1||2,000||Used to promote mages and curates.|
|Mystery of the Emblem||1||10,000||Used to promote mages and clerics.|
Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light
|Dropped by||Chapter 23, enemy Gharnef*|
|Treasure||Chapter 19, chest|
|Secret Shop||Chapter 23|
Mystery of the Emblem
|Dropped by||Book 1: Chapter 18, enemy Bishop|
Book 2: Chapter 9, enemy Yodel • Chapter 14, enemy Thief
|Treasure||Book 1: Chapter 15, chest|
Book 2: Chapter 20, chest
|Secret Shop||Book 1: Chapter 17|
Book 2: Chapter 5 • Chapter 18
|Mystery of the Emblem||Promote lvl
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology, and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology, and notes|
Bishop Ring. Written in kanji as 司祭の指輪 in the Fire Emblem Trading Card Game.
Bishop's ring; used in the Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light physical manual.
|Items in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light|
|Items in Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem|