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Is gba divine.png
Icon of Divine.


First game

Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade

Divine (Japanese: ディヴァイン Divine) is an uncommon light magic tome appearing in the three GBA installments of the Fire Emblem series. Initially sering as the second "stage" in the light hierarchy, more powerful than the basic Lightning tome, the introduction of Shine in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade had Divine become third in the hierarchy. Regardless of where Divine was in the hierarchy, its counterparts were always Elfire and Nosferatu.


Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
The Binding Blade Is gba divine.png GBARankLight.gif C 8 3 65 0 1-2 25 1,250 ? --
The Blazing Blade Is gba divine.png GBARankLight.gif C 8 12 85 10 1-2 25 2,500 1 --
The Sacred Stones Is gba divine.png GBARankLight.gif C 8 12 85 10 1-2 25 2,500 2 --


The Binding Blade

Inventory Trial Map mode: Guinivere
Treasure Chapter 15, village
Vendor Chapter 19 (Sacae route)Chapter 20 (Ilia route)Chapter 21Chapter 23

The Blazing Blade

Inventory Renault
Vendor Eliwood's Tale: Chapter 29x
Hector's Tale: Chapter 31x

The Sacred Stones

Treasure Tower of Valni Floor 6, northwest chest*Lagdou Ruins Floor 3, west chest*Lagdou Ruins Floor 5, northwest chest*
Chapter 15Chapter 17
(world map)
Jehanna HallNarube RiverRausten Court

Other appearances

Fire Emblem Cipher

Divine is present as a skill on one cards in Fire Emblem Cipher: B07-022R The Light, Lucius. It is a manual-activation skill which, for a cost of flipping 1 bond card, gives Lucius a +20 attack increase until the end of the turn.

Flavor text

Game Text
The Binding Blade ?? 光魔法 白き使いの裁き


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Divine That which is of or in some way related to gods.
Japanese ディヴァイン Divine
Spanish Divino Divine
French Mystique Mystic
German Göttlichkeit Divinity
Italian Divinità Divinity
Simplified Chinese 神圣之光 Divine Light



Light magic
Basic tomes AuraDivineEllightLightningShine
Long-range tomes Purge
Tomes with secondary effects NosferatuValaura
Regalia and personal tomes AureolaCreiddyladIvaldiLuceNagaRexauraThani