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First game

Fire Emblem Warriors

Steelstone (Japanese: 鋼の竜石 Steel Dragon Stone) is a stone that debuted in Fire Emblem Warriors. It serves as the game's middle-of-the-line stone, with its rank and power four times that of the basic Bronzestone and one-quarter that of the highly-advanced Bravestone.


Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Warriors -- C 40 -- -- -- -- Infinite 3,000 -- --



This list may be incomplete.
Event The Dark Pontifex, clear Pincer Escape Lv. 50 Mage with any rank • Noble Lady of Caelin, clear any of the following with any rank: Shadow Elimination Lv. 34 Myrmidon, Timed Attack Lv. 33 Archer, Ally Rescue Lv. 41 Manakete, Shadow Elimination Lv. 41 Wyvern RiderTogether to the End, clear any of the following with any rank: Shadow Elimination Lv. 41 Mage, Ally Rescue Lv. 50 Manakete, Rendezvous Disruption Lv. 42 MyrmidonPrincess Minerva, clear Villager Rescue Lv. 25 Soldier with any rank


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Steelstone
Japanese 鋼の竜石 Steel Dragon Stone



Stones in Warriors
Basic stones BravestoneBronzestoneHerostoneIronstoneSilverstoneSteelstone
Stones with secondary effects AccelerationstoneAmpedstoneArmorbanestoneAxebanestoneBlessedstoneBolsterstoneBowbanestoneClawbanestoneDragonbanestoneElitestoneGencrossstoneGenpeerstoneIronbanestoneLancebanestoneLegendarystonePiked DragonstoneRisestoneStatflipstoneSwordbanestoneTomebanestoneUndragonstone
Regalia and personal stones DivinestoneTiki's Tear