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Hexing Rod

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Hexing Rod

Is 3ds02 rod.png
Generic rod icon from Fates.

Reduces target's maximum HP by half for one battle.

Type

Rod

First game

Fire Emblem Fates

Hexing Rod (Japanese: 禍事罪穢 Abnormality, Sin, Defilement) is an offensive rod which was introduced in Fire Emblem Fates. It is a powerful rod that, if its effect lands, drops the target's maximum hit point value in half for the remainder of the mission.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Fates Is 3ds02 rod.png Staves/Rods B -- -- 50 -- 1-10 3 3,000 ? Reduces the target's maximum HP by 1/2 for the rest of the battle.
Sells for 1,200 gold.

Calculations

Game Effect Experience acquired by the healer
Fates Reduces the target's maximum HP by 1/2 for the rest of the battle. 50*

Locations

Fates

This list may be incomplete.
Treasure Birthright: Chapter 19, chest
Vendor Rod Shop: Level 2 (limit 1) • Level 3 (limit 2)
Rank rewards Visitor Rank: 1800 (limit 1)

Other appearances

Fire Emblem Cipher

The Hexing Rod is present as a skill on one card in Fire Emblem Cipher: B03-069R Starry-Eyed Priestess, Mitama. It is a manual-activation skill which, for a cost of flipping 1 bond card, allows Mitama to expend her turn in exchange for forcing the opponent to put the contents of their Retreat Area back into their deck, then shuffle the deck.

Flavor text

Game Text
(English)
Text
(Japanese)
Fates Reduces target's maximum HP by half for
one battle.
??

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Hexing Rod
Japanese 禍事罪穢 In the Shinto religion, 禍事, , and refer respectively to anything that is abnormal, imperfect, or polluted, which are to be avoided and purged through abstinence, or 忌み.[1]
Spanish Vara maléfica Evil rod
French Sceptre maudit Evil scepter
German Fluchrute Curse rod
Italian Verga malevola Evil rod

Gallery

References

  1. "Imi means abstinence or taboo, or the avoidance of that which is abnormal (magakoto), imperfect (tsumi) and polluted (kegare), and the removal of those states." — Kazuhiko Nishioka, Home : Basic Terms : Imi, Encyclopedia of Shinto, Published: 15 March, 2007, Retrieved: 26 September, 2015

See also

Rods
Healing rods Bloom FestalDumpling RodGreat FestalLanternMoon FestalPurification RodSakura's RodSun FestalWane Festal
Non-healing rods Hexing RodRescueSilence
Hybrid rods Bamboo Branch
Weapons in Fire Emblem Fates
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Katanas Axe SplitterBrass KatanaDaikon RadishDual KatanaHagakure BladeHana's KatanaHinata's KatanaIron KatanaIron KattiKodachiParasolPractice KatanaRaider KatanaRaijintoSilver KatanaSilver KattiSpirit KatanaSteel KatanaSteel KattiSunrise KatanaTakumi's ShinaiVenge KatanaWakizashiYato
Lances Beast KillerBlessed LanceBrave LanceBronze LanceBroomEffie's LanceHexlock SpearIron JavelinIron LanceJavelinKiller LancePeri's LanceSilver JavelinSilver LanceSpearSteel JavelinSteel LanceStickXander's Lance
Naginatas Bamboo PoleBold NaginataBolt NaginataBrass NaginataDual NaginataGuard NaginataHinoka's SpearIron NageyariIron NaginataOboro's SpearPine BranchRaider NaginataSilver NageyariSilver NaginataSteel NageyariSteel NaginataSubaki's PikeSwordcatcherVenge NaginataWaterwheel
Axes Arthur's AxeAurgelmirBerserker's AxeBeruka's AxeBolt AxeBone AxeBrave AxeBronze AxeBölverkCamilla's AxeFrying PanHammerHand AxeIron AxeIron Star AxeKiller AxeRaider AxeSilver AxeSilver Star AxeSteel AxeSteel Star AxeTomahawk
Clubs Adamant ClubBattering ClubBrass ClubCarp StreamerDual ClubFuga's ClubGreat ClubHoeIron ClubIron MacePike-Ruin ClubRinkah's ClubRyoma's ClubSilver ClubSilver MaceSteel ClubSteel MaceThrowing ClubVenge Club
Bows Anna's BowBlessed BowBronze BowCrescent BowCupid BowHunter's BowIron BowIron ShortbowKiller BowMini BowNiles's BowRubber BowShining BowSilver BowSilver ShortbowSteel BowSteel ShortbowViolin Bow
Yumis Bamboo YumiBrass YumiDual YumiFujin YumiHarp YumiIllusory YumiIron HankyuIron YumiMikoto's YumiPursuerRaider YumiSetsuna's YumiSidelong YumiSilver HankyuSilver YumiSkadiSpellbane YumiSpy's YumiSteel HankyuSteel YumiSurefire Yumi
Daggers Bronze DaggerFelicia's PlateFruit KnifeHunter's KnifeIron DaggerJakob's TrayKris KnifePebbleQuill PenRaider KnifeSacrificial KnifeSilver DaggerSoldier's KnifeStale BreadSteel DaggerVotive Candle
Shurikens Barb ShurikenBrass ShurikenCaltropChakramChopstickDual ShurikenFlame ShurikenHair PinIron ShurikenKagero's DartKaze's NeedleSaizo's StarSilver ShurikenSpy's ShurikenSteel ShurikenSting Shuriken
Tomes BrynhildrDisrobing GaleEmberExcaliburFimbulvetrFireGinnungagapIago's TomeLightningMissiletainnMjölnirMoonlightNosferatuOdin's GrimoireRagnarokRobin's PrimerSpeed ThunderThoronThunder
Scrolls Bird SpiritCalamity GateDragon SpiritHorse SpiritInk PaintingIzana's ScrollMalevolent TextMonkey SpiritOx SpiritPaperRabbit SpiritRat SpiritSheep SpiritSnake SpiritTiger Spirit
Turrets BallistaFire OrbLauncher
Staves Astral BlessingBifröstBouquet StaffCandy CaneElise's StaffEnfeebleEntrapFortifyFreezeHealLilith's StaffMendMushroom StaffPhysicRecover
Rods Bamboo BranchBloom FestalDumpling RodGreat FestalHexing RodLanternMoon FestalPurification RodRescueSakura's RodSilenceSun FestalWane Festal
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