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Stone Shard

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Stone Shard

Is gba red gem.png
Icon of the Stone Shard from The Sacred Stones.

DUMMY

Type

Monster weapon

First game

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones

The Stone Shard (Japanese: 魔石のかけら, lit. Demon Stone Fragment) is an unused monster weapon from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. It doesn't have its own icon, and uses the Red Gem icon as a placeholder. Like all other unused items, it has only "DUMMY" for a description, a way of clearly pointing out to beta testers that it is an unused (or "dummied out") weapon, should not appear in normal gameplay and that its appearance should be considered a bug to report.

While in and of itself it is unremarkable, it is notable in that it was frequently seen in pre-release material for the game, consistently appearing as the weapon used by monsters in magazine previews for the game. It was also present in the leaked prototype build. In all of these early appearances, it instead used the Firestone / Flametongue icon.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
The Sacred Stones Is gba red gem.png -- 11 0 65 0 1 -- -- 0 If used while battle animations are enabled, the game will freeze; using it with animations disabled does not cause this problem.

Locations

The Sacred Stones

Unused Accessible only through game modification. It can be used by Manaketes, Revenants, Bael, Mauthe Doogs and related classes.

Trivia

  • Unlike its description in the final release, the Stone Shard has a proper help description in the prototype. With said description being: "魔物に力を与える", meaning something along the lines of "Gives monsters strength".

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Stone Shard --
Japanese 魔石のかけら Demon Stone Fragment, the Maseki portion is also the name of the Dark Stone in the Japanese version.

Gallery

References

Non-Human Weapons
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Stones BeastruneBeaststoneBeaststone+ShadowstoneDivinestoneDragonstoneDragonstone+EarthstoneFirestoneIcestoneMagestoneWyvernstone
Judge weapons Judge
Laguz weapons BeakBreathClawFangGreat BeakGreat FangGreat TalonTalon
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