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- For Ashe's personal skill in Three Houses which bears the name Lockpick, see Locktouch.
The Lockpick is a uncommon item in the Fire Emblem series. Its only purpose is to enable thieves and other similar classes to open any kind of locks -doors, chests, and even bridges-, in the games where they cannot do this naturally.
This item has been present in five games of the series: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, Thracia 776, The Binding Blade, The Blazing Blade, and The Sacred Stones.
Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
The Binding Blade
The Blazing Blade
||Lyn's tale: Matthew|
Eliwood's tale: Matthew • Legault
Hector's tale: Matthew
||Eliwood's tale: Chapter 26|
Hector's tale: Chapter 28
||Eliwood's tale: Chapter 15, enemy Thief • Chapter 25, enemy Thief • Chapter 26, enemy Thief* • Chapter 29, enemy Thief*|
Hector's tale: Chapter 15, enemy Thief • Chapter 16, enemy Thief • Chapter 19x pt2, enemy Thief • Chapter 27, enemy Thief • Chapter 28, enemy Thief* • Chapter 31, enemy Thief*
||Eliwood's tale: Chapter 19 • Chapter 21|
Hector's tale: Chapter 20 • Chapter 22
The Sacred Stones
- In Shadow Dragon, the Master Key is internally referred to as "THIEFKEY", possibly meaning that the Lockpick was originally intended to appear.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Thief's key. In Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, it is rendered partially in katakana as とうぞくのカギ.