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|The Gjöll as it appears in Heroes.|
Grants Atk+3. If a penalty inflicted by a skill like Panic or Threaten and/or a negative status effect (preventing counterattacks or restricting movement) is active on foe, unit makes a guaranteed follow-up attack and foe cannot.
Gjöll is an offensive skill in the sword category which debuted in Fire Emblem Heroes. It is a personal weapon of Hríd. Gjöll is a skill that basically kicks targets that have been debuffed or negative-statused by the player's other skills while they're down, as this skill's user can guarantee a follow-up attack against a target debuffed by a skill such as Panic Ploy or the Threaten family or inflicted with a negative status effect that stops counterattacks or restricts movement, and denies that target a chance to perform a follow-up strike of their own.
||Other effects and notes
||Boosts user's Attack by +3.|
If target has an active penalty inflicted by a skill such as a Panic or Threaten, or has a negative status effect such as counterattack prevention or movement restriction, guarantees user a follow-up attack and denies the same for the target.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||From Gjöll, one of the eleven rivers of the Élivágar.
The Gjöll as it appears in Heroes.