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- Not to be confused with the Mercurius, a sword that went by a similar name in earlier fan translations.
The Miracle Sword (Japanese: いのりの剣 Prayer Sword) is a sword exclusive to Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. A reasonbly powerful yet light sword wieldable exclusively by female units, the Miracle Sword grants its wielder access to the Miracle skill.
|Game||Icon||Level||Might||Weight||Hit||Crit||Range||Uses||Worth||Exp||Other effects and notes|
|Genealogy of the Holy War||C||12||3||70||--||1||50||8,000||--||Only usable by females.|
Grants Miracle when equipped.
Genealogy of the Holy War
|Inventory||First Generation: Lachesis|
|Dropped by||Second Generation: Chapter 8, enemy Wyvern Rider*|
|Genealogy of the Holy War||For women
- The mechanism that restricts the Miracle Sword to females is imperfectly coded. The player should first have a female character break the Miracle Sword so it becomes a Broken Sword. The ensuing Broken Sword should then be pawned off and acquired by a male character. The male character should then equip the Broken Sword, then repair it so it becomes a Miracle Sword. The Miracle Sword should remain equipped and usable despite having a male wielder. Should the male character later de-equip the Miracle Sword, he will be unable to re-equip it again.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
Used in the Project Naga fan translation.
- Ladyblade, a female-only sword in Mystery of the Emblem Book 2 and its DS remake
- Votive Candle, a dagger in Fates that also grants the Miracle skill
|Weapons in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War|