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|Icon of Rexflame from Radiant Dawn.|
Fire magic of the highest order. It is very effective against beast tribe laguz.
Rexflame (Japanese: レクスフレイム Rexflame) is a regalia fire tome which made its first legitimate appearance in Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, although it is also present in an unused state in the preceding game, Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. It is the fire counterpart to the Rexcalibur and Rexbolt tomes, and is obtained by Tibarn and Elincia's party during Part 4 of Radiant Dawn. This spell is depicted as sumoning a lake of lava underneath its target, which erupts in an immense explosion.
Path of Radiance
||If hacked into the game, it is usable by any unit with a S rank in fire magic.
- In its unused state in Path of Radiance, Rexflame is largely complete and completely functional. If one modifies their game by way of an Action Replay or similar device to gain access to it, it is in an almost complete and functional state and can be used by anyone with an S rank in fire magic; however, the map spell animation for it is incomplete.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||From the Latin rex, "king", used by the Tellius duology as a prefix for the strongest tome of a magic type, + "flame".
||Romanized as REXFLAME in its internal file name in Radiant Dawn. In Path of Radiance, its file name was "FORBLAZE", a regalia fire spell from earlier games.