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Set's Litany (Japanese: セチの祈り Sechy's Prayer) is an dance item which was introduced in and, in legitimate gameplay, is exclusive to Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade. When used by Nils or Ninian, it allows them to conduct a performance which provides a temporary boost to the dodging ability of allies. While Set's Litany is able to be used by Ninian, its obtainment window practically makes it a Nils-exclusive ring.
The Blazing Blade
The Sacred Stones
||If hacked into the game, it is functional and can be used by Tethys.
- Like the other dancer rings, the Japanese version's help description for Set's Litany says that Set, the ring's namesake, is a spirit of wind who has blessed the ring.
- Nils has custom dialogue when entering the ruins and finding it, he mentions that he thinks he has been there before and that he is forgetting something important.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||A litany is a form of prayer which occurs in Christian and some Jewish congregations.
||Sechy's Prayer. References two parts of the Jugdral games with gameplay connections to units' avoid stats: "Sechy" (セチ) is an alteration of Sety (セティ) of the Twelve Crusaders, whose signature wind tome Forseti gives enormous boosts to its user's speed and, as a side effect, their avoid. Prayer is a skill which was introduced in Genealogy of the Holy War which boosts avoid in emergencies.
||Letanía de Set
||The Latin word from which the English "litany" derives; from the ancient Greek λιτή litê, "prayer".
||Litania di Set
- ↑ "This place... Have I been here before? I feel as if...I'm forgetting something important. But I can't remember... Hm? What's this?" — Nils when obtaining Set's Litany, Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade