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Fenrir

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Fenrir

FESK Fenrir.png
Artwork of a Fenrir tome from the Fire Emblem Trading Card Game.

Long-distance dark magic. Few spellcasters can master the intricacies of these fell arts.

Type

Dark

First game

Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War

The Fenrir (Japanese: フェンリル Fenrir or ノスフェラート Nosferat) tome is a powerful dark spell in the Fire Emblem series. It originated in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War as a long-range tome, counterparted to Meteor, Bolting, and Blizzard. Upon appearing in Elibe, Fenrir instead became a standard-range spell of relatively high-rank, counterparted to Fimbulvetr and Aura. Its most recent appearance, Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, has seen Fenrir return to its long-range origins, counterparted with the same spells as in Jugdral as well as with Purge.

Fenrir appeared in every game between Genealogy of the Holy War and The Sacred Stones, with an additional appearance in Radiant Dawn.

Stats

In the main Fire Emblem series

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Genealogy of the Holy War Is snes02 fenrir.png SNESRankDark.png B 14 20 70 N/A 3-10 50 65,535 N/A When used to attack, the targeted enemy cannot counterattack even if also wielding a long-range tome. When equipped, the wielder's Movement is reduced to 0.
Thracia 776 Is snes03 fenrir.png SNESRankDark.png A 18 20 80 0 3-10 5 2,200 N/A --
The Binding Blade Is gba fenrir.png GBARankDark.gif A 15 13 65 0 1-2 13 7,800  ? --
The Blazing Blade Is gba fenrir.png GBARankDark.gif A 15 18 70 0 1-2 20 9,000 1 --
The Sacred Stones Is gba fenrir.png GBARankDark.gif A 15 18 70 0 1-2 20 9,000 1 --
Radiant Dawn Is wii fenrir.png WiiRankDark.png A 9 20 60 0 3-10 5 1,500 4 --

In other Fire Emblem series titles

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Heroes Is feh skill offense.png Is feh red tome.png 3★ 9 -- -- -- 2 -- 200 SP -- --
Heroes
(+, unrefined)
Is feh skill offense.png Is feh red tome.png 5★ 13 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 300 SP -- --
Heroes
(+, refined: +Atk)
Is feh wpn atk refined.png Is feh red tome.png 5★ 15 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 350 SP
500 Arena Medals
50 refining Stones
-- Grants +2 HP.
Heroes
(+, refined: +Spd)
Is feh wpn spd refined.png Is feh red tome.png 5★ 14 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 350 SP
500 Arena Medals
50 refining Stones
-- Grants +2 HP and +2 Speed.
Heroes
(+, refined: +Def)
Is feh wpn def refined.png Is feh red tome.png 5★ 14 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 350 SP
500 Arena Medals
50 refining Stones
-- Grants +2 HP and +3 Defense.
Heroes
(+, refined: +Res)
Is feh wpn res refined.png Is feh red tome.png 5★ 14 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 350 SP
500 Arena Medals
50 refining Stones
-- Grants +2 HP and +3 Resistance.

Locations

Genealogy of the Holy War

Unobtainable Exclusively wielded by enemy Dark Mages and Dark Bishops. No playable unit can legitimately wield dark magic.

Thracia 776

Capture and steal
(Fenrir)
Chapter 14x, enemy CoddaChapter 17 (Left arrow route), enemy MooreChapter 18, enemy Dark Mage*Chapter 21x, enemy Dark Mage (×10) • Chapter 24, enemy Dark MageChapter 24x, enemy Dark Mage (×2) • Final Chapter, enemy Dark Mage (×8)
Capture and steal
(Poison*)
Chapter 23, enemy AlphandChapter 24x, enemy Dark Bishop
Capture and steal
(Stone*)
Final Chapter, enemy Veld

The Binding Blade

Unavailable Exclusive to enemy units

The Blazing Blade

Treasure Eliwood's tale: Chapter 26x, chest
Hector's tale: Chapter 28x, chest

The Sacred Stones

Dropped by Chapter 17, enemy Lyon*
Treasure Chapter 19, chestLagdou Ruins Floor 6, northwest chest*
Secret shop Jehanna Hall

Radiant Dawn

Inventory Pelleas
Event Part 4: Chapter 5, base conversation

Heroes

Fenrir

Units Eirika: Anamnesis LadyJulius: Scion of DarknessLeo: Sorcerous PrinceLyon: Shadow PrinceMorgan: Lad from AfarSophia: Nabata Prophet

Fenrir+

Units Sophia: Nabata Prophet

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Fenrir From Fenrir, a monstrous wolf in Norse mythology.
Japanese フェンリル
ノスフェラート
• Fenrir, as above. This name is used in the Jugdral games and Radiant Dawn. It refers to the long range version of the tome.
• Nosferat; from Nosferatu, another word for vampire of alleged Romanian origin, popularized by the novel Dracula and the film Nosferatu. This name is used in the GBA games and Heroes, and is used for the more typical 1-2 range tomes.

Gallery

Dark magic
Basic tomes CarreauFenrirFluxGoetiaJormungandRuinVerrineWorm
Long-range tomes EclipseFenrirMirePoisonStone
Tomes with secondary effects Aversa's NightEclipseHelJormungandLunaNosferatuWaste
Regalia and personal tomes ApocalypseBalberithEreshkigalGespenstGleipnirGrima's TruthLoptousNaglfar
Monster attacks Crimson EyeDemon SurgeEvil EyeShadowshotStone
Red tome skills in Heroes
Basic red tome skills BolganoneElfireFenrirFireFluxRuin
Red tome skills with secondary effects CandelabraRauðrbladeRauðrowlRauðrravenRauðrwolfTomato Tome
Regalia and personal red tome skills BrynhildrCymbelineDawn SuzuForblazeFruit of IðunnGleipnirGrima's TruthGrimoireLoptousMúspell FireposyNaglfarRagnarokReese's TomeValflame