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Earthworm

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Earthworm

Is ns01 bait.png
Icon of Earthworm from Three Houses.


A wriggling bait, optimal for catching uncommon fish.

Type

Bait

First game

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Earthworm (Japanese: ミミズ Earthworm) is a ★★★ ranked monastery item that appears in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It is a common bait, slightly increasing the chance of catching rare fishes in the Monastery's Pond.

Data

Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
Three Houses Is ns01 bait.png 1 30 Allows to catch fishes at the Monastery's Pond.

Locations

Three Houses

This list may be incomplete.
Quest reward Chapter 7, Carried Away (×5) • • Chapter 17Crimson Flower/Chapter 17Azure MoonVerdant Wind/Chapter 17Silver Snow, Worried Warrior (×5)
Market Place Eastern Merchant (×10 per month)

Flavor text

Game Text
(English)
Text
(Japanese)
Three Houses A wriggling bait, optimal for catching uncommon fish. 一般的に釣りの餌によく用いられる。
珍しい魚が釣れやすい。

Etymology and other languages

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

Earthworm

Earthworms are a kind of worm found throughout the world, frequently used as bait.

Japanese

ミミズ

Earthworm

Spanish

Lombriz

Earthworm

French

Ver de terre

Earthworm

German

Regenwurm

Earthworm

Italian

Lombrico

Earthworm

Korean

지렁이

Earthworm

Simplified Chinese

蚯蚓

Earthworm

Traditional Chinese

蚯蚓

Earthworm

Gallery

References

See also

Monastery Items in Fire Emblem: Three Houses
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