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For the ability that grants use of this spell, see Miasma Δ (ability).


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An enemy Arcanist casting Miasma.

Poison magic.

First game

Fire Emblem Gaiden

Miasma (Japanese: ドーラ Dora) is a black magic spell which debuted in Fire Emblem Gaiden. It summons a ball of poisonous gas to engulf the target.

In Gaiden and Shadows of Valentia, Miasma is an enemy-only mid-range spell without special effects. It is functionally identical to the Valentia games' iterations of the Fire spell. The spell returns in Three Houses as a dark spell under the name Miasma Δ (Japanese: ドーラΔ Dora Δ).


Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Gaiden -- -- 3 3 80 0 1-2 -- -1 HP -- --
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Is 3ds03 black magic.png FE15RankBlackMagic.png 3 3 80 0 1-2 -- -1 HP -- --
Three Houses Is ns01 dark magic.png Reason E 5 5 80 0 1-2 10 -- ? --



Unobtainable Usable only by enemy magic-wielding units

Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Unobtainable Usable only by enemy Arcanists and Cantors

Three Houses

Skill level Innate: HapiHubertLysithea
Abilities Miasma Δ

Flavor text

Game Text
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Poison magic. ??
Three Houses Basic dark magic. 闇の初級魔法


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English • Miasma
• Miasma Δ
• From the Ancient Greek word for pollution, μίασμα. Used in Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.
• Used in Three Houses. Dark magic in this game is denoted with a Greek letter; in this case, Delta.
Dora Romanization of the Katakana. See possible intended meanings below.
Japanese ドーラ
• Dora, a female name of Greek origin being a shortened form or derived from Dorothea (Dorothy), Theodora meaning "Gift" or in its full form "God's Gift", from doron, "gift" and theos, "god".[1]
If said name meaning is the intent behind this spell's name, it implies this spell is a gift from Duma to his followers. Otherwise, it may be a modification of Duma's Japanese name, ドーマ. Used in Gaiden and Shadows of Valentia.
• Dora Δ. Used in Three Houses.
Spanish • Miasma
• Miasma Δ
As above.
French • Miasmes
• Miasmes Δ
• Miasma. Used in Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.
• Miasma Δ. Used in Three Houses.
German • Miasma
• Miasma Δ
As above.
Italian • Miasma
• Miasma Δ
As above.
Dutch Miasma As above.
Korean 도라Δ Dora Δ
Simplified Chinese 多拉
• Dora; used in Shadows of Valentia.
• Dora Δ; used in Three Houses.
Traditional Chinese 多拉
• Dora; used in Shadows of Valentia.
• Dora Δ; used in Three Houses.



Black magic
Basic spells Agnea's ArrowApocalypseAuraBolganoneBlizzardCutting GaleDeathExcaliburFimbulvetrFireGaiaMiasmaMireOcular BeamOculusRagnarokSagittaeWind
Long-ranged spells BoltingDeathOcular BeamMeteorMireSagittaeThoronThunderUpheaval
Spells with secondary effects ExcaliburMedusaNosferatuOculusSeraphim
Dark magic
Basic tomes CarreauFenrirFluxGoetiaHades ΩJormungandMiasma ΔRuinVerrineWorm
Long-range tomes Bohr ΧDeath ΓEclipseFenrirMirePoisonStone
Tomes with secondary effects Aversa's NightBanshee ΘDark Spikes ΤEclipseHelJormungandLunaNosferatuQuake ΣSwarm ΖWaste
Regalia and personal tomes ApocalypseBalberithEreshkigalGespenstGleipnirGrima's TruthLoptousNaglfar
Monster attacks Crimson EyeDemon SurgeEvil EyeShadowshotStone