- 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 & the Blade of Light, Thracia 776, The Binding Blade, The Blazing Blade, and The Sacred Stones.
Shadow Dragon & 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
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- 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 & the Blade of Light, it is rendered partially in katakana as とうぞくのカギ.