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Concept art of the Stiletto from Tellius Recollection: Volume 1.

A razor-sharp dagger that is very difficult to wield but has a high chance of landing a critical hit.



First game

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

The Stiletto (Japanese: スティレット Stiletto) is a high-ranked knife introduced in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. It is the strongest knife in Path of Radiance and is effective against armored units, and remains potent in Radiant Dawn with a higher critical hit rate.


Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Path of Radiance Is gcn stiletto.png -- 8 8 95 10 1 20 1,500 -- Deals bonus damage to Is gcn armor.png armored units.
Radiant Dawn Is wii stiletto.png WiiRankKnife.png A 8 8 80 20 1 25 3,100 5 --


Path of Radiance

Inventory Bastian
Armory Chapter 22*, Chapter 27, Endgame
Treasure Chapter 21, chest

Radiant Dawn

Inventory Volke
Armory Part 4: Endgame
Bargains Part 3: Chapter 13

Flavor text

Game Text
Path of Radiance The most powerful combat knife. ??
Radiant Dawn A razor-sharp dagger that is very difficult to
wield but has a high chance of landing a critical hit.


  • In Radiant Dawn, the Stiletto is the only knife returning from Path of Radiance to have:
    • Retained its original name from Path of Radiance (by its name not being prefixed with Bronze, Iron, Steel, or Silver).
    • Is not split up into Bronze, Iron, Steel, and Silver weapons, unlike the Knife and Dagger.

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Stiletto A stiletto is a long, slender type of combat knife intended for stabbing rather than cutting.
Japanese スティレット Romanized as STILETTO in its internal file names.
Spanish Estilete Stiletto
French Stylet Stiletto
German Stilett Stiletto
Italian Stiletto As above.



See also

Knives and daggers
Basic knives and daggers Bronze DaggerDaggerIron DaggerJakob's TrayKardKnifePebbleQuill PenSilver DaggerSteel DaggerStiletto
Knives and daggers with secondary effects Beast KillerFruit KnifeHunter's KnifeKris KnifeRaider KnifeSacrificial KnifeSoldier's KnifeStale BreadStilettoVotive Candle
Magic-based daggers Felicia's Plate
Ranged knives Bronze KnifeIron KnifePeshkatzSilver KnifeSteel Knife
Regalia and personal knives Baselard