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Bullion

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Bullion

Is 3ds01 bullion small.pngIs 3ds01 bullion medium.pngIs 3ds01 bullion large.png
Icons of all three types of Bullion from Awakening.

Fetches 1,000 gold at market.

Type

Item

First game

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon

Bullion is an item introduced in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon. The successors to the Gem items from the GBA and Tellius games, their only purpose is to be sold for money. Bullions replace the gold found in chests in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light and Mystery of the Emblem.

Data

Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
Shadow Dragon Is ds bullion.png - 20000 Bullion (S). Sold for 10,000 gold.
Shadow Dragon Is ds bullion.png - 30000 Bullion (M). Sold for 15,000 gold.
Shadow Dragon Is ds bullion.png - 40000 Bullion (L). Sold for 20,000 gold.
Shadow Dragon Is ds bullion.png - 60000 Bullion (XL). Sold for 30,000 gold.
New Mystery of the Emblem Is ds bullion.png - 10000 Bullion. Sold for 5,000 gold.
New Mystery of the Emblem Is ds bullion.png - 20000 Bullion (L). Sold for 10,000 gold.
Awakening Is 3ds01 bullion small.png - 2000 Bullion (S). Sold for 1,000 gold.
Awakening Is 3ds01 bullion medium.png - 10000 Bullion (M). Sold for 5,000 gold.
Awakening Is 3ds01 bullion large.png - 20000 Bullion (L). Sold for 10,000 gold.

Locations

Shadow Dragon

Treasure Bullion (S): Chapter 6, chestChapter 14, chestChapter 23, chest
Bullion (M): Chapter 9, chest
Bullion (L): Chapter 12, chest
Bullion (XL): Chapter 19, chest

New Mystery of the Emblem

Dropped by Bullion: Chapter 4, enemy GailChapter 7, enemy Thief
Bullion (L): Chapter 14, enemy Thief
Treasure Bullion: Chapter 1, hidden in a cave
Bullion (L): Chapter 6, chestChapter 10, chestChapter 16, chestChapter 20, chest

Awakening

Dropped by Bullion (S): Roster Rescue, enemy Revenant (×7) • Skirmishes, enemy Risen (at random)
Bullion (M): Chapter 5, enemy OrtonChapter 7, enemy ThiefChapter 10, enemy ThiefChapter 16, enemy Cervantes, enemy ThiefChapter 24, enemy Risen ChiefParalogue 11, enemy MorristanParalogue 13, enemy Gyral, enemy DalenParalogue 15, enemy Falcon KnightParalogue 20, enemy Dark Flier
Bullion (L): Chapter 12, enemy DaltonChapter 20, enemy WalhartParalogue 9, enemy RugerParalogue 18, enemy Zanth
Treasure Bullion (M): Chapter 14, chestChapter 18, chestParalogue 8, chestParalogue 10, chestParalogue 12, chestParalogue 16, chest
Bullion (L): Chapter 11, chestChapter 15, villageChapter 17, chestChapter 21, chestParalogue 4, chestParalogue 14, village
Event Bullion (M): Paralogue 6, Inigo kills at least 4 enemies • Paralogue 7, 3 or more NPC Villagers survive • Paralogue 11, 4 or more NPC Villagers survive
Bullion (L): Chapter 22, at the end of the chapter
Skills Bullion (S): Despoil (Luck% chance upon defeating an enemy during player phase)
Items Bullion (S): Leif's Blade (Luck% chance upon defeating an enemy during player phase when equipped)
Renown bonus Bullion (L): 1,000 Renown points; only one copy can be obtained through this means per save file.

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Bullion (S)
Bullion (M)
Bullion (L)
Bullion (XL)
A bulk quantity of precious metal, usually gold or silver, assessed by weight and typically cast as ingots.
Japanese 金塊(小)
金塊(中)
金塊(大)
金塊(特大)
Gold lump
Spanish Saco bronce
Saco plata
Saco oro
Saco platino
Bag. Bronce (bronze), plata (silver), oro (gold), and platino (platinum) are used instead of size adjectives.
French Trésor (S)
Trésor (M)
Trésor (L)
Trésor (XL)
Treasure
German Goldbeutel (S)
Goldbeutel (M)
Goldbeutel (L)
Goldbeutel (XL)
Gold bag; abbreviated as Goldb. in Shadow Dragon.
Italian Oro (S)
Oro (M)
Oro (L)
Oro (XL)
Gold

Gallery

References

See also

Items in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
Stat boosters Arms ScrollBootsDracoshieldEnergy DropGoddess IconPure WaterSecret BookSeraph RobeSpeedwingSpirit DustTalisman
Healing items Vulnerary
Class change items Elysian WhipMaster Seal
Keys Bridge KeyDoor KeyMaster Key
Shop items BullionSilver CardVIP Card
Regalia items EmblemGeosphereIote's ShieldLightsphereStarsphere
Other items Cards
Items in Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem
Permanent stat boosters Arms ScrollBond DropBootsDracoshieldEnergy DropGoddess IconGrowth DropSecret BookSeraph RobeSpeedwingSpirit DustTalisman
Temporary stat boosters Defense BondDefense TonicLuck BondLuck TonicMagic BondMagic TonicPure WaterRainbow TonicResistance BondResistance TonicSkill BondSkill TonicSpeed BondSpeed TonicStrength BondStrength Tonic
Healing items ElixirEnergy DrinkUsed PotionVulnerary
Class change items Elysian WhipMaster Seal
Keys Bridge KeyChest KeyDoor KeyMaster Key
Shop items BullionSilver CardVIP Card
Regalia items Astral ShardsBinding ShieldDarksphereFire EmblemGeosphereIote's ShieldLifesphereLightsphereStarsphere
Other items Cards
Items in Fire Emblem Awakening
Permanent stat boosters Arms ScrollBootsDracoshieldEnergy DropGoddess IconNaga's TearSecret BookSeed of TrustSeraph RobeSpeedwingSpirit DustTalisman
Temporary stat boosters Defense TonicGaius's ConfectHP TonicKris's ConfectLuck TonicMagic TonicPure WaterResistance TonicSkill TonicSpeed TonicStrength TonicTiki's Tear
Skill items All Stats +2Iote's ShieldLimit BreakerParagon
Healing items ConcoctionElixirSweet TinctureVulnerary
Class change items Dread ScrollMaster SealSecond SealWedding Bouquet
Keys Chest KeyDoor KeyMaster Key
Shop items BullionSilver CardSupreme Emblem
Map items Reeking BoxRift Door