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- For a similar item present in the original Archanea games, see Bishop Ring.
|Icon of the Guiding Ring.|
For magic wielders and troubadours Lv. 10 and up.
The Guiding Ring (Japanese: 導きの指輪 Ring of Guidance) is a class change item which was introduced in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade and is present in all three Game Boy Advance games in the Fire Emblem series. It is the class change item specifically for the use of base magical classes, namely Mages, Priests, Shamans, Troubadours, Monks and Clerics, allowing them to promote after reaching Level 10.
||Effects and notes
|The Binding Blade
||Initiates class change for Mages, Priests, Troubadours and Shamans, at Level 10 or higher.
|The Blazing Blade
||Initiates class change for Mages, Monks, Clerics, Troubadours and Shamans, at Level 10 or higher.
|The Sacred Stones
||Initiates class change for Mages, Monks, Priests, Clerics, Troubadours, Shamans and Pupils (2), at Level 10 or higher.
The Binding Blade
The Blazing Blade
||Eliwood's tale: Chapter 17, enemy Shaman*|
Hector's tale: Chapter 18, enemy Shaman*
||Eliwood's tale: Chapter 17, enemy Zoldam* • Chapter 22, enemy Jasmine*, enemy Monk* • Chapter 27, enemy Sniper*|
Hector's tale: Chapter 18, enemy Zoldam* • Chapter 23, enemy Jasmine*, enemy Mage* • Chapter 29, enemy Sniper*
||Eliwood's tale: Chapter 19, chest • Chapter 25 (Kenneth version), chest|
Hector's tale: Chapter 20, chest • Chapter 27 (Kenneth version), chest
||Eliwood's tale: Chapter 29|
Hector's tale: Chapter 31
The Sacred Stones
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Ring of Guidance