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Herostone

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Herostone

FEWA Herostone.png
Artwork of a Herostone from Warriors.
Type

Stone

First game

Fire Emblem Warriors

Herostone (Japanese: 英雄の竜石 Hero Stone) is a stone that debuted in Fire Emblem Warriors. It is the game's top-of-the-line stone, introduced in the version 1.3 update, with the highest rank available and unenhanced Might twice that of an enhanced Bravestone.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Warriors Stones S 480 -- -- -- -- Infinite 6,000 -- --

Locations

Warriors


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Event Automatically received upon 1.3 update.

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Herostone
Japanese 英雄の竜石 Translates to "Hero Stone". 英雄 is a more literal term for "hero", in comparison to the term used for the Bravestone (勇者, which could also be interpreted as "brave soul").
Spanish Piedra heroica Hero Stone
French Pierre de brave Brave Stone
German Heldenstein Herostone
Italian Pietra eroica Hero Stone

Gallery

See also

References

Stones in Warriors
Basic stones BravestoneBronzestoneHerostoneIronstoneSilverstoneSteelstone
Stones with secondary effects AccelerationstoneAmpedstoneArmorbanestoneAxebanestoneBlessedstoneBolsterstoneBowbanestoneClawbanestoneDragonbanestoneElitestoneGencrossstoneGenpeerstoneIronbanestoneLancebanestoneLegendarystonePiked DragonstoneRisestoneStatflipstoneSwordbanestoneTomebanestoneUndragonstone
Regalia and personal stones DivinestoneTiki's Tear