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Ember (Japanese: ヌルファイアー Nurufire, or プチファイアー Petit Fire) is a weak tome that debuted in Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem. It is a joke item distributed by random chance alongside more powerful items. It has minimal might, but high hit, granting it some utility for high-power mages who struggle with accuracy, although it is still largely outclassed by other tomes.
New Mystery of the Emblem
||My Castle, obtained at random from a pool of possible items.
- The Ember is one of two New Mystery of the Emblem gag items (the other being the Frying Pan) to have appeared in more than one game of the Fire Emblem series by reappearing in Fates.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||An ember is a small piece of burning material left behind after a fire. Although small and weak, they are capable of rekindling fires if left near suitable fuel.
• Petit Fire
|• Known by this name in the New Mystery of the Emblem fan translation.|
• The Fates version was popularly known by this name prior to its localized release.
|• Romanized as NURUFIRE in its internal name in New Mystery of the Emblem. The "nuru" prefix is taken from the Japanese 温い nurui, "tepid", which suggests that this spell's fire does a poor job of being hot.|
• Petit Fire. The spell is known by this name in Fates.