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Paraselene

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Paraselene

Is ns01 combat art lance.png
Icon of Paraselene in Three Houses.

After attacking, your unit moves back one space. Exclusive to the Great Lord class.

Type(s)

Combat art

Game(s)

Three Houses

Paraselene (Japanese: 幻月 Paraselene) is a combat art which debuted in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It is learned by achieving class mastery of the Great Lord; as that class is exclusive to Dimitri, this combat art by extension is as well. It grants a significant boost to might and makes the user take one step backward after combat.

Stats

Game Icon Might Hit Crit Avo / Crit Avo* Range Cost Other effects and notes
Three Houses Is ns01 combat art lance.png +10 +0 +0 +10 1 3 durability User moves one space backward after combat.
Cannot double attack.
Great Lords only.

Availability

Three Houses

Class mastery Great Lord

Flavor text

Game Text
(English)
Text
(Japanese)
Three Houses After attacking, your unit moves back one space.
Exclusive to the Great Lord class.
マスターロード専用
戦闘後、自分が1マス手前へ移動する

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Paraselene The scientific name for the phenomenon more colloquially known as a moon dog. A paraselene is a bright spot in the night sky caused by light bouncing off the moon refracting through ice crystals in clouds.
Japanese 幻月 Paraselene; lit. "illusion moon"
Spanish Paraselene As above.
French Parasélène Paraselene
German Paraselene As above.
Italian Paraselenio Paraselene
Korean 환월 Paraselene
Simplified Chinese 幻月 Fantasy moon
Traditional Chinese 幻月 Fantasy moon

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See also

Combat arts
Sword combat arts Armor DisruptorAssassinateAstraAstral BladeBane of MonstersBeast FangCrosswise CutDeath BlowDestrezaDouble LionDuelist SwordEarth's BoonFinesse BladeFlambergeFoudroyant StrikeGrounderHaze SliceHeaven's FallHexbladePenetratePlenitudeRagnarok ΩRoundhouseRuptured HeavenScendscaleShadow GambitSoulbladeSubdueSublime HeavenSunderSword DanceThunderclapTigerstanceWindsweepWrath Strike
Lance combat arts ArchballistaArmorcrushAtrocityBurning QuakeDragonhazeFrozen LanceGlowing EmberHeaven or HellHit and RunKnightkneelerLance JabLeonine PoiseLongearcheLungeMistdancerMonster PiercerOverrunParaseleneRuined SkyShatter SlashSolar ThrustSolo Triangle AttackSwift StrikesTempest LanceVendettaVengeance
Axe combat arts Apocalyptic FlameArmored StrikeDiamond AxeDustExhaustive StrikeFlickering FlowerFocused StrikeHelm SplitterLightning AxeMonster BreakerRaging StormSmashSpikeWar Master's StrikeWild Abandon
Bow combat arts Break ShotCelestial BowCurved ShotDeadeyeEncloserFallen StarHeavy DrawHunter's VolleyLunar FlashMonster BlastPoint-Blank VolleySchism ShotTrance ShotWaning ShotWard ArrowWind God
Brawling combat arts BombardDraining BlowEviscerateFading BlowFierce Iron FistMighty BlowMonster CrusherMystic BlowNimble ComboOne-Two PunchPneuma GaleRushing Blow
Movement-related combat arts Draw BackFoul PlayRepositionShoveSmiteSwap
Other combat arts amiiboCoral CoverDark SpikesDefensiveEarth's KissHealing FocusPaviseTriangle AttackUpheaval
Unused combat arts AegisSpeculum