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Bronze Axe

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Bronze Axe

Is 3ds01 bronze axe.png
Icon of the Bronze Axe in Awakening.

Inexpensive, but low in power.

Type

Axe

First game

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

The Bronze Axe (Japanese: 青銅の斧 Bronze Axe) is a basic axe which was introduced in Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn. It is one of the set of bronze weapons: it serves as the most basic, weakest and lowest-ranked axe in the game, being classed as even lower in the axe hierarchy than Iron Axes. In compensation for its low power, it is the easiest axe to use as a result of its low weapon level, is very cheap and has high durability.

Stats

In the main Fire Emblem series

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Radiant Dawn Is wii bronze axe.png WiiRankAxe.png E 5 7 85 -- 1 50 250 2 Cannot inflict critical hits.
Awakening Is 3ds01 bronze axe.png Axes E 4 -- 80 0 1 50 400 2 --
Fates Is 3ds02 axe.png FE14RankAxe.png E 6 -- 80 -- 1 Infinite 500  ? +10 dodge when equipped.
Cannot inflict critical hits or trigger offensive skills.

In other Fire Emblem series titles

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Warriors -- E 10 -- -- -- -- Infinite 1,000 -- --

Locations

Radiant Dawn

Armory Part 1: Chapter 4Chapter 5Chapter 6Chapter 7Chapter 8Chapter 9Endgame
Part 2: Chapter 3Endgame
Part 3: Chapter 2Chapter 4Chapter 6Chapter 7Chapter 9Chapter 10Chapter 11Chapter 12Chapter 13Endgame
Part 4: Endgame

Awakening

Armory Southtown
Merchant
(SpotPass)
Nephenee

Fates

This list may be incomplete.
Armory Dusk Armory: All levels (no limit)

Warriors

This list may be incomplete.
Inventory FrederickLissa
Event Princess Minerva, clear Timed Onslaught Lv. 10 Outrealm Fiend with any rank

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Bronze Axe --
Japanese 青銅の斧 Romanized as BRONZEAXE in its internal file name in Radiant Dawn.
Spanish Hacha bronce Bronze axe
French Hache bronze Bronze axe
German Bronzeaxt Bronze axe
Italian Ascia bronzo Bronze axe

Gallery

References

See also

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 Poleax
Axes with secondary effects Arthur's AxeBerserker's AxeBone AxeBrave AxeCamilla's AxeDevil AxeDragon AxeFiendcleaverHammerLaguz AxeMaster 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
Axes in Warriors
Basic axes Brave AxeBronze AxeHero AxeIron AxeSilver AxeSteel Axe
Axes with secondary effects Acceleration AxeAmped AxeArmorbane AxeAxebane AxeBlessed AxeBolster AxeBowbane AxeClawbane AxeConduit AxeDragon AxeDragonbane AxeElite AxeGencross AxeGenpeer AxeHalberdHammerLancebane AxeLegendary AxeStatflip AxeSwordbane AxeSwordreaverTomebane AxeVolant Axe
Regalia and personal axes Frederick's AxeCamilla's AxeHauteclereLissa's Axe