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Drinking Water

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Drinking Water

Is 3ds03 drinking water.png
Icon of Drinking Water from Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.

Clean water that is suitable for drinking.


Item (Provision)

First game

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Drinking Water (Japanese: 飲み水 Drinking Water) is a provision item that debuted in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. Drinking Water is a provision with basic effects, restoring 10 HP and 10 fatigue to whomever consumes it. It may alternatively be offered up at a Mila Shrine to restore all fatigue of the party offering it.


Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Is 3ds03 drinking water.png 1 Is 3ds03 silver mark.png 4 Restores 10 HP and 10 fatigue points to its user.
Taste: Plain


Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Inventory Boey
Villages Ram Village: Square • Southern Outpost: Entrance • Mountain Village: Square, Smithy • Desert Stronghold, Entrance (×2) • Grieth's Citadel: Entrance, Dungeon 2 • Forest Village: Square, Smithy • Sluice Gate: Control Room • Sage's Hamlet: Smithy • Nuibaba's Abode: Dungeon 1 • Rigelian Village: House 2, Smithy • Furia Harbor: Smithy
Dropped by Desert Stronghold: Enemy MercenaryThe Astral Temple: At random from certain enemies
Dungeon drops Deliverance Hideout Main Area: Barrels (16.67%) • Dragon Shrine Main Area: Barrels (9.09%) • Sylvan Shrine Area 1: Barrels (4.44%) • Fear Mountain Shrine Area 1: Barrels (18.18%) • Fear Mountain Shrine Area 3: Barrels (15.38%) • Fear Mountain Shrine Area 5: Barrels (19.05%) • Duma Tower Area 1: Barrels (9.09%) • Duma Tower Area 2: Barrels (6.98%) • Duma Tower Area 3: Barrels (5.88%) • Duma Tower Area 4: Barrels (18.18%) • Duma Tower Area 5: Barrels (14.29%) • Duma Tower Area 6: Barrels (12.5%) • Thabes Labyrinth B2: Barrels (9.09%) • The Astral Temple: Small pots (2.55%) • The Inner Sanctum: Small pots (2.55%)

Flavor text

Game Text
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
Clean water that is
suitable for drinking.

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes

Drinking Water



Drinking water


Agua potable

Drinkable water


Eau potable

Drinkable water



Drinking water


Acqua potabile

Drinkable water



Drinking water

Simplified Chinese


Traditional Chinese




Items in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
Stat boosters AmbrosiaBootsFruit of LifeGolden AppleNectarNethergranatePegasus CheeseSomaTalismanDLC
Normal provisions Blue CheeseBoiled ChickenDLCBreadBread PieceButterCarrotChicken LinkDLCCold SoupDagon FilletDried MeatDried ShieldfishDrinking WaterDuma MossExotic SpiceFlourGarlicHamHard BreadHerringHoley CheeseHoneyLeftover BreadMana HerbsMedicinal SyrupMille CrepeDLCMoist BreadDLCOrangePure HoneyDLCRaw MeatSausageSoupSpicy ChickenDLCSweet CookieYogurt
Alcoholic provisions AleLeftover AleRam WineWine
Class change items PitchforkDLC
Rings Ancient RingDLCAnimus RingAngel RingBlessed RingCoral RingDemon RingGrimoire RingKeepsake RingMage RingMila's RingPrayer RingRusted RingSpeed Ring
Shields Blessed ShieldDracoshieldDuma's ShieldEleven ShieldDLCEmperor ShieldFugue ShieldHexlock ShieldIron ShieldLeather ShieldLukas's ShieldDLCRion ShieldRoyal ShieldRusted ShieldSage's ShieldSilver PlatterSilver ShieldSteel Shield
Other equipment Astral ShardsBlack Crescent MoonDLCCoral FragmentDragon ScaleDubious MaskDuma CarvingDuma's HelmHard Worker's RibbonDLCMila CarvingMila's DiademRed TricornStar JacinthDLCVagabond's HairclipDLCWarrior's Warding BellDLC
Shop items Gold MarkGold PurseSilver MarkSilver Purse
Other items A Son's JournalBear CarvingBlack PearlBonewalker OilCell KeyCogGargoyle EarGossamer HairHandmade DollLima ArmletMemory PrismMila's Turnwheel