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Glass Sword

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Glass Sword

FEA Glass Sword.png
Concept artwork of the Glass Sword from Awakening.

Powerful, but quick to break.

Type

Sword

First game

Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem

The Glass Sword (Japanese: ガラスの剣 Glass Sword) is an uncommon and unusual sword which was introduced in Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem. It is the sword variant of the glass weapon set, which gives weaker units with a lower weapon level brief and temporary access to a more powerful weapon than they could usually wield. It has might equal to the high-end Silver Sword while having a minimal weapon level requirement, in exchange for having very low durability.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
New Mystery of the Emblem Is ds glass sword.png FE12RankSword.png E 12 -- 100 0 1 3 600 2 Sells for 0 gold.
Awakening Is 3ds01 glass sword.png Swords E 11 -- 85 0 1 3 600 2 It sells for 1/4 of its worth, instead of the usual 1/2.

Locations

New Mystery of the Emblem

Treasure Everyone's Conditions, obtained at random from a pool of possible items (1.74% chance).

Awakening

Treasure Event tiles or Barracks, obtained at random from a pool of possible items.
Renown bonus 50 Renown points; only one copy can be obtained through this means per save file.

Trivia

  • According to concept artwork notes in The Art of Fire Emblem Awakening, glass weapons, including the Glass Sword, were fashioned long before the events of the game and the means of their creation have been lost to time.[1]

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Glass Sword --
Japanese ガラスの剣 Glass Sword
Spanish Espada cristal Crystal sword
French Épée verre Glass sword
German Glasschwert Glass sword
Italian Spada vetro Glass sword

Gallery

References

  1. "They're all ancient artifacts-no one in this age can make them." (The Art of Fire Emblem Awakening(Darkhorse), pg. 136)

See also

Swords
Basic swords Al's SwordAlm's BladeBamboo SwordBlunt SwordBottleBroken SwordBronze SwordCecil's SwordEliwood's BladeEmblem BladeGlass SwordGreat SwordIke's BackupIron BladeIron SwordKilling EdgeLaslow's BladeLong SwordLucina's EstocLuke's SwordMarth's SpathaMeisterschwertNohrian BladeOgma's BladeRoy's BladeRusted SwordSelena's BladeSeliph's BladeShamshirShort SwordSilver BladeSilver SwordSlim SwordSteel BladeSteel SwordSwordTrainerTree BranchWo Dao
Swords with secondary effects AstraArmorslayerBarrier BladeBerserk SwordBlessed SwordBrave SwordDevil SwordEirika's BladeGolden DaggerIlwoonKing SwordLadybladeLaguzslayerLancereaverLeif's BladeLopt SwordMeisterschwertMiracle SwordParagon SwordPure SwordQuick SwordRapierSafeguardSeven SwordShadow SwordShadowkillerSilence SwordSleep SwordSoothing SwordSuperior EdgeSwordslayerThief's SwordVenin SwordWarrior's SwordWing ClipperWyrmslayerZanbatoZweihänder
Magic-based swords Flame SwordLeo's IcebladeLight BrandLightning SwordRuneswordSonic SwordWind Sword
Ranged swords Iron KukriSilver KukriSteel KukriStorm SwordTempest BladeUmbrellaWind Edge
Regalia and personal swords AlonditeAmatsuAmitiAudhulmaBalmungBeloved ZofiaBeo SwordBinding BladeBragi SwordBlessed SwordCaladbolgDurandalEarth SwordEckesachsEttard • Falchion (ArchaneanValentianParallel Falchion) • FloreteGanglariGurgurantLight BrandMani KattiMareeta's SwordMercuriusMissiletainnMystletainnNoble RapierRagnellRapierRegal BladeRegal SwordRoyal SwordShadow SwordSiegfriedSieglindeSolSol KattiTyrfingVague KattiYato