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Shine

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Shine

Is wii shine.png
Icon of Shine from Radiant Dawn.

High-level light magic. It can only be wielded by those dedicated to serve good.

Type

Light

First game

Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade

Shine (Japanese: シャイン Shine) is an uncommon light tome which debuted in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade. In its first three appearances, in the hierarchy of light magic Shine is the second "stage", more powerful than the basic Lightning tome, and a counterpart to Thunder and Luna in the Game Boy Advance games, and to Elfire, Elthunder and Elwind in Path of Radiance. In its fourth and most recent appearance, Radiant Dawn, its rank was greatly increased to make it a counterpart to Arcfire, Arcthunder, Arcwind, and Carreau.

Stats

In the main Fire Emblem series

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
The Blazing Blade Is gba shine.png GBARankLight.gif D 6 8 90 8 1-2 30 900 2 --
The Sacred Stones Is gba shine.png GBARankLight.gif D 6 8 90 8 1-2 30 900 2 --
Path of Radiance Is gcn shine.png GCNRankLight.gif C 4 6 75 0 1-2 30 2,100 2 --
Radiant Dawn Is wii shine.png WiiRankLight.png A 7 5 90 10 1-2 25 2,600 4 --

In other Fire Emblem series titles

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Heroes Is feh skill offense.png Is feh blue tome.png 3★ 9 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 200 SP -- --
Heroes
(+, unrefined)
Is feh skill offense.png Is feh blue tome.png 5★ 13 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 300 SP -- --
Heroes
(+, refined: +Atk)
Is feh wpn atk refined.png Is feh blue tome.png 5★ 15 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 350 SP
500 Is feh arena medal.png
50 Is feh refining stone.png
-- Grants +2 HP.
Heroes
(+, refined: +Spd)
Is feh wpn spd refined.png Is feh blue tome.png 5★ 14 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 350 SP
500 Is feh arena medal.png
50 Is feh refining stone.png
-- Grants +2 HP and +2 Speed.
Heroes
(+, refined: +Def)
Is feh wpn def refined.png Is feh blue tome.png 5★ 14 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 350 SP
500 Is feh arena medal.png
50 Is feh refining stone.png
-- Grants +2 HP and +3 Defense.
Heroes
(+, refined: +Res)
Is feh wpn res refined.png Is feh blue tome.png 5★ 14 -- -- -- 2 Infinite 350 SP
500 Is feh arena medal.png
50 Is feh refining stone.png
-- Grants +2 HP and +3 Resistance.

Locations

The Blazing Blade

Dropped by Eliwood's tale: Chapter 20, enemy MonkChapter 22x, enemy Monk*
Hector's tale: Chapter 21, enemy MonkChapter 23x, enemy Monk*
Vendor Eliwood's tale: Chapter 24Chapter 27Chapter 29x
Hector's tale: Chapter 24Chapter 27Chapter 29x

The Sacred Stones

Dropped by Chapter 14B, enemy Bishop*
Treasure Tower of Valni Floor 5, southwest chest*
Vendor
(in-chapter)
Chapters 9A10B12A12B1517
Vendor
(World map)
Port KirisBethroenCaer PelynTaizelJehanna HallNarube RiverRausten Court

Path of Radiance

Dropped by Chapter 20, enemy Bishop
Treasure Chapter 15, hidden in the sand
Shop Chapter 14*Chapter 15*Chapter 16*Chapter 18*Chapter 20*Chapter 22Chapter 24Chapter 26*Chapter 27Chapter 28*Endgame

Radiant Dawn

Shop Part 3: Chapter 6Chapter 12Chapter 13
Part 4: PrologueChapter 1Chapter 2Chapter 3Chapter 4Chapter 5Endgame
Bargains Part 1: Chapter 9

Heroes

Shine

Units Azura: Vallite SongstressJulia: Crusader of LightKliff: Curious SpiritLaegjarn: Burning SunL'Arachel: Princess of LightMicaiah: Priestess of DawnOliver: Admirer of BeautyOphelia: Dramatic HeroineSaias: Bishop of Flame

Shine+

Units Oliver: Admirer of Beauty

Other appearances

Fire Emblem Cipher

Shine is present as a skill on one card in Fire Emblem Cipher: B05-051SR Priestess of Hope, Micaiah. It is a manual-activation skill which, for a cost of flipping 1 bond, allows the player to draw two other discarded Micaiah cards from the Retreat Area and use them to grow this Micaiah, then draw a card. That drawn card is treated as if it had been leveled up and is allowed to use any Class Change Skills it has.

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Shine --
Japanese シャイン Shine
Spanish Resplandor Sheen
French • Rayon
• Flash
• Beam; in The Blazing Blade and The Sacred Stones.
• Flash; in Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn.
German Glanz Splendor
Italian Fulgore Splendor

Gallery

References

Light magic
Basic tomes AuraDivineEllightLightningShine
Long-range tomes Purge
Tomes with secondary effects NosferatuValaura
Regalia and personal tomes AureolaCreiddyladIvaldiLuceNagaRexauraThani
Blue tome skills in Heroes
Basic blue tome skills EllightElthunderLightShineThoronThunder
Blue tome skills with secondary effects BlárbladeBlárbloomsBlárowlBlárravenBlárserpentBlárwolfBlessed BouquetBlue EggBlue GiftDancer's ScoreFresh BouquetJuicy WaveSealife TomeSilver GobletSpooky CenserVessel of Cheer
Regalia and personal blue tome skills AuraBook of OrchidsDeathDire ThunderHuginn's EggIvaldiMissiletainnMjölnirOdin's GrimoirePrayer WheelSagittaeTactical BoltThaniValaskjálfVirtuous NagaWargod's TomeWeirding TomeWorldsea Wave
Other blue tome skills Umbra Burst