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- For the stat introduced in Three Houses, see Charm. For the unrelated, unused staff in Genealogy of the Holy War, see Charm (staff).
Charm (Japanese: カリスマ Charisma) is a combat skill which debuted in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. In all of its appearances before Fates, it boosts the accuracy and evasive capabilities of all allied units who are near the skill's user; from Fates onward, it instead boosts damage dealt by nearby allies.
Genealogy of the Holy War
- Path of Radiance has unused elements which suggest that Charm was planned to reappear in it but was abandoned during development. Curiously, in every localization of the game except Italian, the skill was given the same localized names that the respective languages used eight years later in the localizations of Awakening.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Romanized as CHARISMA in the internal file name of its unused incarnation in Path of Radiance.
||Charm (in the context of magic, rather than charisma)