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|Artwork of a Steel Blade from the Fire Emblem Trading Card Game.|
A mighty sword with a large blade. It's hard to handle, and its weight limits consecutive strikes.
The Steel Blade (Japanese: 鋼の大剣 Steel Blade) is an uncommon sword which was introduced in Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War. It is the mid-range member of the blade family of weapons, a series of large, heavy swords which trade the reliability of ordinary swords for sheer power. Compared to its ordinary sword counterpart, the Steel Sword, the Steel Blade typically has improved might in exchange for significantly higher weight, worse accuracy and lower durability. As a result, while it has immense power, units lacking in their speed or constitution stats are greatly weighed down by it and have their avoid and chance of being able to double-attack crippled by its weight.
Genealogy of the Holy War
The Binding Blade
The Blazing Blade
The Sacred Stones
Path of Radiance
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Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Romanized as STEELBLADE in its internal file name in Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn; literally "steel greatsword".
||• Hoja de acero
• Sable acero
|• Steel blade. This weapon is known by this name only in Fire Emblem. Abbreviated to H de acero for space reasons.|
• Steel saber. This weapon is known by this name in every game except Fire Emblem.