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Energy Ring (Japanese エナジーリング Energy Ring), known as the (Japanese: パワーリング Power Ring) prior to The Binding Blade, is a stat-boosting item in the Fire Emblem series, which debuted in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light and appeared in every game up to Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones with the exception of Fire Emblem Gaiden, after which it was retired in favor of the Energy Drop and the Spirit Dust.
In most of its appearances, save for Genealogy of the Holy War where it instead acts as an accessory item, it permanently boosts a user's Strength stat when used, by anywhere from 2 to 5 points depending on the game; the Energy Ring also increases Magic in the GBA games where Strength and Magic are essentially the same stat. Its capabilities in the GBA games make the Energy Ring a successor to the Magic Ring from the two prior installments in this regard.
The Energy Ring is one of three stat booster items to appear in the Jugdral games that had already existed prior to Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War, the others being the Magic Ring and the Speed Ring. It is also one of two Jugdrali stat boosters not retired after Fire Emblem: Thracia 776, the other being the Body Ring.
|Game||Icon||Uses||Worth||Effects and notes|
|Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light||1||2,250||Increases Strength by 4 points.|
|Mystery of the Emblem||1||10,000||Increases Strength by 4 points.|
|Genealogy of the Holy War||-||20,000||Increases Strength by 5 points while equipped.|
|Thracia 776||1||8,000||Increases Strength by 3 points.|
|The Binding Blade||1||8,000||Increases Strength or Magic by 2 points.|
|Blazing Sword||1||8,000||Increases Strength or Magic by 2 points.|
|The Sacred Stones||1||8,000||Increases Strength or Magic by 2 points.|
Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
|Secret shop||Chapter 21|
Mystery of the Emblem
|Inventory||Book 2: Sheena|
|Dropped by||Book 1: Chapter 9, enemy Khozen|
|Treasure|| Book 1: Chapter 15, chest|
Book 2: Chapter 11, hidden treasure • Chapter 15, village*
|Secret shop|| Book 1: Chapter 19|
Book 2: Final Chapter-1
Genealogy of the Holy War
|Dropped by|| First Generation: Chapter 3, enemy Duvall|
Second Generation: Chapter 9, enemy Travant*
|Treasure||Second Generation: Chapter 8, village|
|Treasure||Chapter 24x, chest|
|Secret shop||Chapter 24|
The Binding Blade
|Treasure||Chapter 19 (Ilia route), village • Chapter 19 (Sacae route), village|
|Event||Chapter 11 (Western route), all civilians survive the chapter|
|Secret shop||Chapter 21|
|Inventory||Eliwood's tale: Dorcas|
|Treasure||Lyn's tale: Chapter 10, village|
|Transfer data|| After receiving the data from the Mario Kart: Double Dash!! bonus disc, transfer it into a savefile through the Transfer Data menu. Only one can be transferred per save file, and the transfer can only be done from Chapter 12 onward.|
This Energy Ring is not available in other regions.
The Sacred Stones
|Dropped by||Chapter 13 (Ephraim's route), enemy Troubadour|
|Dropped by (Skirmish)*||Elder Bael* • Cyclops* • Gorgon* • Draco Zombie*|
|Steal from||Chapter 7, enemy Mage|
|Treasure||Chapter 14 (Eirika's route), chest|
|Secret shop||Jehanna Hall • Grado Keep • Rausten Court|
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Japanese|| • パワーリング
| • Power Ring; this name is used in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light through Fire Emblem: Thracia 776.|
• Energy Ring; this name is used in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade through Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones.
- Other permanent stat boosters (non-Jugdrali)
- Other Jugdrali stat boosters (in addition to the aformentioned Body Ring, Magic Ring, and Speed Ring)
- Serenes Forest: Download events (retrieved 31 May 2012)