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Ice Breath

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Ice Breath

Is ds ice breath.png
Icon of Ice Breath from New Mystery of the Emblem.


First game

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem

Ice Breath is a breath-type attack introduced in Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem and appearing again only in the DS remake of its second book. In Mystery of the Emblem, Ice Breath is used by Divine Dragons in Book 1 and Ice Dragons in Book 2, both on the enemy side and while a Manakete is transformed into one of those forms with a Divinestone or Icestone; Divine Dragons in Book 2 use a different attack, Breath of Fog. New Mystery of the Emblem has Ice Breath wielded, at least as a distinct item, exclusively by enemy Ice Dragons; it is, however, a variant of the attack usable by Manaketes in the form of an Icestone's attack. Ice Breath dealt bonus damage to Fire Dragons in Mystery of the Emblem, a trait that was not carried over to the remake.

There are two variants of Ice Breath used in New Mystery of the Emblem. The only difference between the two is the range; one variant is melee-only in the same fashion as the Icestone, whereas the other has ranged capabilities in line with its original Mystery of the Emblem incarnation.


Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Mystery of the Emblem Is snes01 ice breath.png 1 10 20 80 0 1-2 Infinite -- -- Deals bonus damage to Fire Dragons. If the target is of a human class, it is treated as if it has 0 defense.
New Mystery of the Emblem
(Melee-only variant)
Is ds ice breath.png -- 15 -- 85 0 1 Infinite -- -- --
New Mystery of the Emblem
(Ranged variant)
Is ds ice breath.png -- 15 -- 85 0 1-2 Infinite -- -- --


Mystery of the Emblem

Transformation Usable by Tiki when transformed into a Divine Dragon in Book 1 or an Ice Dragon in Book 2

New Mystery of the Emblem

Unobtainable Exclusively wielded by enemy Ice Dragons.


Etymology and other languages


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