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.
|Game||Icon||Level||Might||Weight||Hit||Crit||Range||Uses||Worth||Exp||Other effects and notes|
|Awakening||--||12||--||70||0||1-2||35||3,780||0||+11 Strength, +6 Magic, +5 Skill, +4 Speed, +13 Defense, +9 Resistance when equipped.|
Cannot double attack
-5 Skill, -4 Speed, +9 Defense and +7 Resistance when equipped.
Stats reduced after battle (increase by 1 each turn).
|Inventory||Tiki (In-game version)|
|Treasure||Chapter 20, chest|
|Armory||The Dragon's Table • Sea-King's Throne|
|Double Duel||Reward for defeating Say'ri's Ascension.|
- 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)|
- 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, 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|
|Japanese||真竜石||True Dragon Stone|
|Spanish||Piedra dragón +||Dragon stone +|
|Italian||Pietra drago +||Dragon stone +|
- "Hmm, I think it's the defensive power we gain when using a true dragonstone." - Nah, Fire Emblem Awakening