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| Mulagir as it appears in Heroes|
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Mulagir (Japanese: ミュルグレ Murgleys), or the Bow of Swift Wind (Japanese: 疾風の弓 Gale Bow), is one of the Legendary Weapons of Elibe. Forged during The Scouring to slay dragons, it was the weapon of choice of the Sacaen horsewoman Hanon, who wielded it during the whole war and later hid it in her homeland. Having realized the danger posed by its immense power, Bramimond sealed it for almost a thousand years, until those weapons become essential to defeat a new menace. Nevertheless, Athos, the only General still alive, only retrieves Durandal, Armads, and the three ultimate spells, leaving Maltet and Mulagir in their shrines.
Twenty years later, Mulagir is finally taken from its resting place -thanks to either the Elimine Church's contacts or the Kutolah tribe- and put to use by Roy in order to stop King Zephiel's ambitions. At this point, any unit with enough skill can wield it.
Mulagir is only available in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade and Heroes.
In the main Fire Emblem series
In other Fire Emblem series titles
The Binding Blade
- Mulagir is the earliest bow in the Fire Emblem series to have never dealt bonus damage to flying units in a game in the main series. (The Bow in Gaiden lacked this quality, but that weapon's Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light incarnation did possess the trait.) It does, however, deal effective damage against flying units in Heroes.
- Mulagir is the first regalia weapon to appear in Heroes not original to that game to be wielded by a character who never appeared in the same main series game as the weapon, as Lyn never appeared in The Binding Blade while Mulagir never appeared in Fire Emblem. The choice for the bow-wielding variants of Lyn to wield Mulagir and its variants may be a reference to her Sacaean heritage and the fact that she is able to wield bows in her advanced class.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
|| Definition, etymology and notes
|| • Mulagir
• Swift Mulagir
| • The Middle High German name of Murgleys/Murgleis, the sword of Ganelon, a character in the French epic The Song of Roland. Ganelon is Roland's stepfather, who grows jealous of his stepson's popularity and success, eventually betraying him.|
• Used for the upgraded version in Heroes.
| From Murgleis, as above.
|| • ミュルグレ
| • Murgleys; as above.|
• Fast Bow Murgleys; used for the upgraded version in Heroes. 疾弓 is an abbreviation of 疾風の弓 Gale Bow, lit. Bow of Fast Wind.