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- Not to be confused with Mystletainn.
| Icon of Missiletainn from Awakening.|
Ophelia only. Skill/Res+1. Not a sword.
Missiletainn (Japanese: ミステルトィン Mysteltwinn) is a weapon which was introduced in Fire Emblem Awakening as a sword, and reappeared in Fire Emblem Fates as a tome. In both games it is a minor child character's personal weapon: in the former it is exclusive to Owain, and in the latter it is Ophelia's. In Owain's case, according to the villager from whom he obtained it, Missiletainn is a common sword he previously used for mundane tasks, but Owain mistakenly believes it to be the Demon Sword Mystletainn of Jugdral.
In the main Fire Emblem series
In other Fire Emblem series titles
||Other effects and notes
|| ??? SP
|| Accelerates cooldown count for special skills by -1 when attacking, and also accelerates cooldown count by -(number of magic users on user's team including user) at the start of turn 1.
|| Cannot be sold
- While not the first weapon to have been considered different weapon types between games, Missiletainn is the only one to have been both a physical weapon and a magic tome.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
|| Definition, etymology and notes
|| A derivation/corruption/pun on Mystletainn, a holy weapon of Jugdral. Depending on one's location and dialect, "missile" can be pronounced the same way as the "Mystle" part of Mystletainn.
|| Mysteltwinn; as with the English name, it differs subtly from the kana for Mystletainn (ミストルティン).
|| Pun on Mistilteinn, the Spanish name of Mystletainn.
|| Pun on Mistilteinn, the French name of Mystletainn, invoking the French miser, "to place a bet". Additionally, in English the word "miser" refers to a wealthy individual who refuses to spend their money, usually in the perjorative context of this being for selfish purposes.
|| Pun on Misteltein, the German name of Mystletainn, invoking the German stein, "stone".
|| Pun on Mystletainn.
- ↑ "Er, I'm afraid this is a blade of extremely common make, sir. I was using it to dig a well, but I figured you might-- [...] I also used it to cut small vegetables before it got dull. ...Er, hello?" — A villager, Fire Emblem Awakening