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Lifesphere

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Lifesphere

Is ds lifesphere.png
Icon of the Lifesphere from New Mystery of the Emblem.
Type

Item

First game

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem

The Lifesphere (Japanese: 命のオーブ Life Orb), later known as Gules (Japanese: 緋炎 Red Flame) in the era of Ylisse,[1] is an item that appears in the Fire Emblem series.

Appearing only in games set on Archanea, the Lifesphere restores its holder's HP at the beginning of every turn, though the amount recovered differs between games. In Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem, its holder will recover all HP, but in its remake, New Mystery of the Emblem, this is reduced to 20 HP.

At some time after the Schism and the breakage of the Fire Emblem, the Lifesphere—now called Gules—entered the possession of Regna Ferox, and was safeguarded by the West-Khans for centuries. Gules is given to the party by Flavia, herself having been given it by Basilio, at the end of Chapter 18.

Data

Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
Mystery of the Emblem Is snes01 lifesphere.png -- -- Its holder recovers all HP at the beginning of each turn.
New Mystery of the Emblem Is ds lifesphere.png -- -- Its holder recovers 20 HP at the beginning of each turn.

Locations

Mystery of the Emblem

Treasure Book 2: Chapter 18, village

New Mystery of the Emblem

Treasure Chapter 18, village

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Gules The heraldic term for "red". Known by this name in Awakening, which takes place long after the events of Shadow Dragon and New Mystery of the Emblem.
English
(unofficial)
Lifesphere Used in the New Mystery of the Emblem fan translation by analogy with Geosphere, Lightsphere, and Starsphere.
Japanese 命のオーブ
緋炎
• Life Orb.
• Red Flame.[1] This name is used in Awakening.
French Rubis Ruby; known by this name in Awakening, which takes place long after the events of Shadow Dragon and New Mystery of the Emblem.

Gallery

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Red Frame[sic] Orb Lifeblood" — Text inscribed on the Fire Emblem, Fire Emblem Awakening

See also

Items in Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
Stat boosters BootsDracoshieldGoddess IconManualPower RingPure WaterSecret BookSeraph RobeSpeed RingTalisman
Healing items Vulnerary
Class change items Bishop RingHero CrestKnight CrestOrion's BoltWyvern Whip
Keys Bridge KeyChest KeyDoor Key
Shop items Silver CardVIP Card
Dragonstones DivinestoneEarthstoneFirestoneIcestoneMagestoneWyvernstone
Regalia items Astral ShardsBinding ShieldDarksphereEmblemGeosphereIote's ShieldLifesphereLightsphereStarsphere
Unused items Aum FragmentShadowstoneSilver Key
Items in Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem
Permanent stat boosters Arms ScrollBond DropBootsDracoshieldEnergy DropGoddess IconGrowth DropSecret BookSeraph RobeSpeedwingSpirit DustTalisman
Temporary stat boosters Defense BondDefense TonicLuck BondLuck TonicMagic BondMagic TonicPure WaterRainbow TonicResistance BondResistance TonicSkill BondSkill TonicSpeed BondSpeed TonicStrength BondStrength Tonic
Healing items ElixirEnergy DrinkUsed PotionVulnerary
Class change items Elysian WhipMaster Seal
Keys Bridge KeyChest KeyDoor KeyMaster Key
Shop items BullionSilver CardVIP Card
Regalia items Astral ShardsBinding ShieldDarksphereFire EmblemGeosphereIote's ShieldLifesphereLightsphereStarsphere
Other items Cards