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Carp Streamer

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Carp Streamer

Is 3ds02 club.png
Icon of the Carp Streamer from Fates.

Ddg+10. Not great in a fight, but very festive.

Type

Club

First game

Fire Emblem Fates

The Carp Streamer (Japanese: 鯉のぼり Carp Streamer) is a club-type weapon that debuted in Fire Emblem Fates. It is a joke item distributed by random chance alongside more powerful items, possessing minimal might and thus being near-useless in combat.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Fates Is 3ds02 club.png Axes/Clubs E 1 -- 95 5 1 Infinite 0 ? +10 avoid and dodge when equipped.

Locations

Fates


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My Castle Randomly obtained by talking to a unit.

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Carp Streamer Based on the koinobori (literally, "carp streamer"), a type of wind sock decorated to resemble a carp which is traditionally flown by Japanese households on the national holiday Children's Day. They are a traditionally flown in a set of at least three: a big, black one to represent the father of a family, a smaller, red one to represent the mother, and additional smaller streamers in other colors to represent the family's sons. They are flown as a wish that the children will grow up strong, and the carp is used because Japanese traditions say that it is a spirited fish which never gives up.
Japanese 鯉のぼり Carp Streamer; as above.
Spanish Koinobori As above.
French Koinobori As above.
German Koinobori As above.
Italian Koinobori As above.

Gallery

References

See also

Clubs
Basic clubs Brass ClubCarp StreamerGreat ClubIron ClubRinkah's ClubRyoma's ClubSilver ClubSteel Club
Clubs with secondary effects Adamant ClubDual ClubFuga's ClubHoePike-Ruin ClubVenge Club
Ranged clubs Battering ClubIron MaceSilver MaceSteel MaceThrowing Club