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Is 3ds dragonstone.png
Icon of the Dragonstone from Awakening and Fates.

Allows a manakete to fight in dragon form.



First game

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones

This article is about the specific Dragonstone item. For dragonstones in a broader sense as a type of item and in-universe artifact, see Stone.

The Dragonstone (Japanese: 竜石 Dragon Stone) is a stone which was introduced in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. It appears in The Sacred Stones, Awakening, and Fates as the single, generic kind of dragonstone (not counting enhanced varieties of this kind) which is used by all Manaketes present in the game, instead of the many element-specific varieties common to other games in the Fire Emblem series. Equipping a Dragonstone allows Manakete units to take dragon form when fighting in battles, giving them numerous stat boosts on top of the weapon's respectable power.


Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
The Sacred Stones Is gba dragonstone.png -- 16 0 100 15 1 50 Cannot be sold 0 +12 strength, +12 skill, +15 defense and +20 resistance when equipped. Deals bonus damage to monster units.
Awakening Is 3ds dragonstone.png 3DSRankStone.png -- 8 -- 80 0 1-2 50 2,300 0 +8 strength, +5 magic, +3 skill, +2 speed, +10 defense and +7 resistance when equipped.
Fates Is 3ds dragonstone.png 3DSRankStone.png E 14 -- 85 0 1 Infinite 2,000  ? -3 skill, -2 speed, +4 defense, +3 resistance, -10 avoid, +10 dodge when equipped.
Works as magical damage.
Cannot double attack.
Sells for 0 gold.


The Sacred Stones

Inventory Myrrh


Inventory Morgan (if Nah, Nowi or Tiki was her mother)NahNowi
Dropped by Chapter 11, enemy Gangrel
Double Duel Reward for defeating Nowi's Wyverns.
Armory Port FeroxThe Demon's IngleManor of Lost Souls


This list may be incomplete.
Inventory All campaigns: Kana
Vendor Rod Store: Level 3 (no limit)
Staff Store: Level 3 (no limit)



Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Dragonstone --
Japanese 竜石 Dragon Stone
Spanish Piedra dragón Dragon stone
French Dracopierre Dragonstone
German Drachenstein Dragonstone
Italian Pietra drago Dragon stone


See also

Non-Human Weapons
Breaths Astral BreathDark BreathDraconic RageDragon BreathExpirationFire BreathFlametongueIce BreathMage BreathMist Breath
Stones BeastruneBeaststoneBeaststone+Dark DragonstoneDivinestoneDragonstoneDragonstone+EarthstoneFirestoneIcestoneMagestoneWyvernstone
Judge weapons Judge
Laguz weapons BeakBreathClawFangGreat BeakGreat FangGreat TalonTalon
Automaton weapons Big SawSaw
Monster attacks Blighted ClawsBlighted TalonsBone SwordClawsClubCrimson EyeDemon LightDemon SurgeEvil EyeFangsFiery FangFire BreathGauntletHellfangLethal TalonMassive RockNightmareNumbing ClawsRavagerRockScytheShackled FistShadowshotSharp ClawStoneStone ShardTackleTalonsTentacleVenin ClawsWater BreathWretched Air