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|Icon of the Ire skill in Radiant Dawn.|
Can inflict triple the normal amount of damage dealt. Dragon
Ire (Japanese: 逆鱗 Reverse Scale) is an offensive skill which debuted in and has appeared only in Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn. It is the mastery skill of all three varieties of the dragon laguz. When activated, it triples the damage the user inflicts on their target, with no added effects.
||Deals 3× damage.
||For further mechanics, see here.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Literally speaking, 逆鱗 gekirin translates as "reverse scale", and originates from an element of Japanese mythology which holds that every dragon has a single scale which grows in the opposite direction from their other scales, and touching this gekirin will infuriate the dragon. This is commonly used as an idiom, 逆鱗に触れる (literally, "touch the reverse scale"), which refers to provoking the anger of one's superior, and as a result 逆鱗 gekirin is also taken to mean "imperial anger" or "the anger of one's superior". It is referred to in the internal files as "DISPLEASURE".