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Stone (tome)

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FE776 Stone.png
Artwork of Stone from Thracia 776.

Turns targets to stone for a while.



First game

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776

Stone (Japanese: ストーン Stone) is a dark tome which inflicts the Petrify status condition upon enemies. In its debut appearance in Thracia 776, the tome was wielded by Veld of the Lopt Sect, was used to petrify Eyvel, and its effects could only be reversed with the Kia staff. In The Sacred Stones, Stone acts as a dark-magic monster weapon wielded by Gorgons; like most monster weapons, it is not depicted as physically being a magic tome.


Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Thracia 776 Is snes03 stone.png SNESRankDark.png A 1 20 100 0 3-10 5 -- 1 Inflicts petrify status on enemy if it hits.
The Sacred Stones Is gba stone.png GBARankDark.gif -- 0 8 65 0 1-3 5 -- 5 Inflicts petrify status on enemy if it hits. Cannot inflict actual damage.


Thracia 776

Unobtainable If an enemy unit wielding Stone is captured, Stone will turn into Fenrir if trading it into the player's inventory is attempted.

The Sacred Stones

Unobtainable Used only by enemy Gorgons.


  • According to The Sacred Stones prototype, Stone was one of the first monster weapons implemented, with the placeholder Stone Shard being before it in the item listing. Despite this, the version of Stone in the prototype is not fully functional and crashes the game when used.
    • Prototype Stone's stats are the same as the final revision of The Sacred Stones with one exception: it is an actual dark tome, using the Flux icon and has a requisite weapon level of D.

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Stone From "turn to stone", a phrase that means to be petrified.
Japanese ストーン Stone
Spanish Piedra Stone
French Pierre Stone
German Stein Stone
Italian Pietra Stone


See also

Dark magic
Basic tomes CarreauFenrirFluxGoetiaHades ΩJormungandMiasma ΔRuinVerrineWorm
Long-range tomes EclipseFenrirMirePoisonStone
Tomes with secondary effects Aversa's NightBanshee ΘDark Spikes ΤEclipseHelJormungandLunaNosferatuQuake ΣSwarm ΖWaste
Regalia and personal tomes ApocalypseBalberithEreshkigalGespenstGleipnirGrima's TruthLoptousNaglfar
Monster attacks Crimson EyeDemon SurgeEvil EyeShadowshotStone
Non-Human Weapons
Breaths Astral BreathBreath of FogDark BreathDraconic RageDragon BreathExpirationFire BreathFlametongueIce BreathMage Breath
Stones BeastruneBeaststoneBeaststone+ShadowstoneDivinestoneDragonstoneDragonstone+EarthstoneFirestoneIcestoneMagestoneWyvernstone
Judge weapons Judge
Laguz weapons BeakBreathClawFangGreat BeakGreat FangGreat TalonTalon
Automaton weapons Big SawSaw
Monster attacks Blighted ClawsBlighted TalonsBone SwordClawsClubCrimson EyeDemon LightDemon SurgeEvil EyeFangsFiery FangFire BreathGauntletHellfangLethal TalonMassive RockNightmareNumbing ClawsRavagerRockScytheShackled FistShadowshotSharp ClawStoneStone ShardTackleTalonsTentacleVenin ClawsWater BreathWretched Air