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|Icon of the Imbue skill in Radiant Dawn.|
Restores HP equal to this unit's magic power each turn.
Imbue (Japanese: 治癒 Cure) is a healing skill which debuted in Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn. It restores hit points to its user at the beginning of every turn, with the amount of HP restored being exactly equal to the user's current magic stat. However, Imbue cannot be learned by magical units in order to keep the skill balanced, since the high magic stats of such units would mean that they could recover very high amounts of HP per turn.
In the main Fire Emblem series
||Restores (Magic) HP to the user at the beginning of the user's phase.
||Cannot be equipped by magically-oriented units.
In other Fire Emblem series titles
||Increases the healing output by 10 HP to the targeted ally when using a staff.
||Staff units only.
- Strangely, Nasir is able to learn Imbue despite having high magic stats. The reason for this oddity may be due to the White Dragon class not counting as a magical unit.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||The act of metaphorically ingraining an aspect or quality into an object.
||Romanized as CURE in its internal file name. Literally, "healing".
||Inspiration. In addition to its modern meaning, in several languages (including German), "inspiration" has also historically meant the act of breathing in.