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Dragonstone+

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Dragonstone+

Is 3ds01 dragonstone+.png
Icon of the Dragonstone+ from Awakening.

Allows a manakete to assume a powerful form.

Type

Stone

First game

Fire Emblem Awakening

The Dragonstone+ (Japanese: 真竜石 True Dragon Stone) is a stone item introduced in Fire Emblem Awakening, used by manaketes to transform into their dragon form for a brief amount of time in combat. It is the advanced form of the basic Dragonstone.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Awakening Is 3ds01 dragonstone+.png -- 12 -- 70 0 1-2 35 3,780 0 +11 Strength, +6 Magic, +5 Skill, +4 Speed, +13 Defense, +9 Resistance when equipped.
Fates Is 3ds02 dragonstone.png C 25 -- 75 0 1 -- 0  ? Avoid-10
Dodge +10
Magic weapon
Cannot double attack
-5 Skill, -4 Speed, +9 Defense and +7 Resistance when equipped.
Stats reduced after battle (increase by 1 each turn).

Locations

Awakening

Inventory Tiki (In-game version)
Treasure Chapter 20, chest
Armory The Dragon's TableSea-King's Throne
Merchant
(Anna)
Fort Steiger
Merchant
(SpotPass)
Tiki
Double Duel Reward for defeating Say'ri's Ascension.

Fates

This list may be incomplete.
Dropped by Hoshido: Chapter 23, enemy ???
Treasure Nohr: Chapter 20, chest
Neutral: Chapter 20, chest
Rank rewards Battle Rank: 3000 (limit 1)

Trivia

  • The Dragonstone+'s Japanese name, True Dragonstone, may be a pun on the Divinestone of earlier Fire Emblem games: the kanji 真 true is pronounced "shin" in this context, just like the first kanji in the Divinestone's Japanese name, 神 god. The Dragonstone+'s icon is very similar to the Divinestone's icon in the Nintendo DS games, and Tiki (an actual Divine Dragon) has a Dragonstone+ when recruited in Awakening.
  • In the US English release of the Hot-Spring Scramble DLC episode, Nah mentions a "true dragonstone" in her conversation with Kjelle,[1] which is the name of the Dragonstone+ in the Japanese version. This is presumably an oversight by the localization team, and was corrected in the European version of the DLC to explicitly name the Dragonstone+.

Etymology and other languages

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

Gallery

References

  1. "Hmm, I think it's the defensive power we gain when using a true dragonstone." - Nah, Fire Emblem Awakening

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