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FESS Myrrh.png
Artwork of Myrrh from The Sacred Stones.

A young, pure-hearted girl from
Darkling Woods. She tends to be shy.






Around 1200 years


Morva (adoptive father)

Starting class



Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones

... My father has dedicated his life to protecting humans. For the longest time, I could not fathom why he would do this. But now, after spending time with all of you... I begin to understand how he felt.
— Myrrh to Saleh

Myrrh (Japanese: ミルラ, Myrrh) is the adopted daughter of Morva and an incarnation of the legendary Great Dragon of old who aided mankind during the first great war against the Demon King. She is a Manakete, a member of a race of human-like people with wings on their backs who can transform into dragons using dragonstones. She appears to be and acts like a shy, good-natured young girl.

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones


Myrrh first appears in Chapter 8, when Eirika and Ephraim reunite at Frelia. Ephraim introduces her, stating that he found her captured in Grado territory. She explains that she and the other Manaketes living in Darkling Woods sensed a great force coming from the direction of Grado, and she went to investigate. While she was there, she was captured and her dragonstone was stolen. However, Ephraim found and rescued her and brought her with him to Frelia.

In Eirika's route, Myrrh goes with Ephraim to Grado. However, when Eirika reaches Caer Pelyn, a small mountain village, Dara, the village elder, explains that Myrrh is the Great Dragon of old legends who saved mankind from the Demon King. Dara warns her that she must go back to meet Ephraim immediately to help her.

In Ephraim's route, she still goes with Ephraim. When the group lands at Taizel after a ship journey, Myrrh runs away from the group because she senses her dragonstone. She is captured by Selena, a misguided but loyal Grado general, who has her dragonstone; when Myrrh attempts to convince Selena that Grado's cause is unjust, she wins her freedom. After Selena is defeated, Myrrh regains her dragonstone, but is sad that Selena had to be killed.

After Eirika and Ephraim reunite, Myrrh only begins fighting in Chapter 16. In Chapter 20, when the army goes to Darkling Woods, she hopes to meet her father Morva there. However, he is turned into a Draco Zombie by Lyon, and she cries over his death afterwards.

Starting stats and growth rates

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Level 1
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Recruitment: Chapter 16, from the battle preparations phase

Stats Growth Rates

Is gba dragonstone.png Dragonstone
Is gba elixir.png Elixir
Is gba vulnerary.png Vulnerary
Weapon Levels
GBARankSword.gif -- GBARankLance.gif -- Axe -- GBARankBow.gif --
GBARankAnima.gif -- GBARankLight.gif -- GBARankDark.gif -- GBARankStaff.gif --

Personality and character

Myrrh is a very shy girl. Her humanoid form is childlike, as she is a young Manakete of approximately 1200 years.[1] Myrrh is a bit insecure, and finds the title "Great Dragon" unfitting for her.[2] She is also uncomfortable with sleeping by herself, being used to the presence of her father at nearly all times,[3] additionally, she hides distress from others, preferring to hide and cry in private, if discovered she generally, and unsuccessfully, denies that she was crying in the first place.[4][5] She keeps a quiet and formal mien around strangers, though she is willing to open up after she no longer sees someone as a stranger. Myrrh seems to prefer that others speak to her plainly, rather than with the high reverence the people of Caer Pelyn use. She is quite unfamiliar with human contact, but is good-natured.

Myrrh has lived in Darkling Woods all her life, taken care of by her father Morva. Little is known about her time there, but Morva had been taking care of her for a very long time. When Saleh or Ephraim asks her to come to Caer Pelyn or Renais, respectively in their A support conversations, she says that maybe she should not, since she is a dragon and may be unwelcome, but she will answer them later.[6][7] She feels separate from both humans and monsters.


Main article: Myrrh/Supports
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Myrrh, the Great Dragon
After bidding her farewells to Ephraim, she returned to Darkling Woods. She lived a long and full life, served by the people of Caer Pelyn and comforted by the memories of her dear friends.

Myrrh and Saleh
Myrrh returned to Darkling Woods, but at Saleh's request, she eventually moved to Caer Pelyn, In time, the townsfolk learned to treat her not as the Great Dragon but rather as a normal girl, and she was happy.

Myrrh and Ephraim
After the war, Ephraim returned to Renais and Myrrh to Darkling Woods. They both turned their attention to their respective duties but never forgot one another. Though Myrrh never again left Darkling Woods, Ephraim often visited her.


Death quote

... I'm so sorry... I can’t help you any longer.
— Myrrh

Battle quotes

...Urrgh... I'm... sorry...
— Myrrh to Morva

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros.

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Myrrh appears representing the Fire Emblem series as a sticker.

SSBB Sticker Myrrh.png Myrrh
from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Bonus: [Magic] Attack +15
Usable by: peachzelda

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Myrrh
Japanese ミルラ Officially romanized as Myrrh. From Myrrha, the mother of Adonis in Greek mythology who was turned into a myrrh tree.
Spanish Myrrh
French Myrrh
German Myrrh
Italian Myrrh


  • The enemy control glitch allows Myrrh to use monster weapons (although without animations). This same glitch can be used to restore uses to Myrrh's Dragonstone.
  • Myrrh is the first playable female manakete in the Fire Emblem series to not be a Divine Dragon.


Small portrait myrrh fe08.png Sprite Gallery Small portrait myrrh winged fe08.png
Portrait beta myrrh fe08.pngPortrait myrrh fe08.png Portrait myrrh with wings fe08.png Manakete
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  1. "Dozla: Me? I'm all of forty-seven years old.
    Myrrh: And I am... 1,200 years old. Roughly.
    " - Myrrh and Dozla's C support, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
  2. "Great Dragon? Please, there's no need to call me that. My father is the great one. I've done nothing. I'm not great at all." - Myrrh to Saleh, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
  3. "In the forest...I was always with my father. Even when I slept, he was there, watching over me." - Myrrh to Ephraim, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
  4. "Myrrh: ...... I'm sorry.. Forgive me...Father...
    Ephraim: Myrrh! Where are you?!
    Myrrh: Ah...
    Ephraim: Here you are. Myrrh, we were worried... Myrrh? Are you...crying?
    Myrrh: N-no... It's nothing. The poison in these woods is thick. It burns my eyes.
    Ephraim: What a minute... That dragon... Could he have been–
    " - Myrrh and Ephraim, after the death of Morva, Myrrh's father, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
  5. "Dozla: Gwah ha ha! I get that a lot! So tell me, little one, where is your father, anyway?
    Myrrh: ...My father... ......
    Dozla: Er... What's wrong?! Did I ask something that I shouldn't have? I-I'm sorry, lassie. Please don't cry...
    Myrrh: I'm not crying... I'm not crying...
    " - Myrrh and Dozla, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
  6. "Ephraim: When this war is over... When we restore peace to Magvel... Eirika and I will be going back to Renais to lead our people. Would you like to live in the castle? With us?
    Myrrh: Oh, but... I would not want to inconvenience you.
    Ephraim: It's nothing you need worry about. Castle Renais is a vast place. I'm sure we could spare a room for a small girl like you. And besides, you are my sister, right? Family should stay together, don't you think?
    Myrrh: ... must not forget that I am a dragon. I must think about it. I would love to, but... perhaps I shouldn't, and so... I must think about it.
    " - Myrrh and Ephraim's A support, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
  7. "Saleh: Would you please come to our village?
    Myrrh: To Caer Pelyn? But...
    Myrrh: No, I'm pleased. However... I doubt I should stay too long.
    Saleh: Why is that?
    Myrrh: It's because I'm a dragon. My father explained it to me. We are both human and monster. And because we are both, we are also neither.
    Myrrh: Saleh... Thank you. Your words have cheered me up a little. Please wait for my answer. When all of this is finished... When peace returns, I'll give you my answer then.
    " - Myrrh and Saleh's A support, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Project Characters.png This article is part of Project Characters, a project focused in writing articles for every character present in the Fire Emblem series.
Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Playable characters AmeliaArturColmCormagDozlaDuesselEirikaEphraimEwanFordeFranzGarciaGerikGilliamInnesJoshuaKnollKyleL'ArachelLuteMarisaMoulderMyrrhNatashaNeimiRennacRossSalehSethSyreneTanaTethysVanessa
Creature Campaign characters CaellachFadoGlenHaydenIsmaireLyonOrsonRievSelenaValter
Non-playable characters DaraGradoKlimtLatonaManselMonicaNada Kuya
Bosses AiasBazbaBeranBinksBoneBreguetCaellachCarlyleFomortiisGhebLyonMorvaMurrayNovalaO'NeillOrsonPabloRievSaarSelenaTiradoValterVigardeZonta
Sacred Twins and Personal Weapons AudhulmaExcaliburGarmGleipnirIvaldiLatonaNidhoggRapierReginleifSieglindeSiegmundVidofnir
Chapters Pre-split P: The Fall of Renais • 1: Escape! • 2: The Protected • 3: The Bandits of Borgo • 4: Ancient Horrors • 5: The Empire's Reach • 5x: Unbroken Heart • 6: Victims of War • 7: Waterside Renvall • 8: It's a Trap!
Eirika's Route 9: Distant Blade • 10: Revolt at Carcino • 11: Creeping Darkness • 12: Village of Silence • 13: Hamill Canyon • 14: Queen of White Dunes
Ephraim's Route 9: Fort Rigwald • 10: Turning Traitor • 11: Phantom Ship • 12: Landing at Taizel • 13: Fluorspar's Oath • 14: Father and Son
Post-split 15: Scorched Sand • 16: Ruled by Madness • 17: River of Regrets • 18: Two Faces of Evil • 19: Last Hope • 20: Darkling Woods • Final: Sacred Stone (part 1part 2)
Locations MagvelCarcino (Caer Pelyn) • Darkling WoodsFrelia (Tower of Valni) • Grado (Renvall) • Jehanna (Jehanna HallLagdou Ruins) • Rausten (Melkaen Coast) • Renais (Za'ha Woods)
Groups, objects and concepts Five heroesGerik's MercenariesImperial ThreeLegend of the Sacred StonesMonstersSacred StonesSacred TwinsWar of the Stones
Related topics Creature CampaignFire Emblem: The Sacred Stones ComicName chartPre-release information (Prototype buildUnused content) • Sound RoomTimeline