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|Icon of the Storm Sword from Radiant Dawn.|
A mystic sword that creates a powerful shock wave. It can be used for direct and indirect combat.
The Storm Sword (Japanese: 烈風の剣 Storm Sword) is a sword appearing exclusively in Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn. It is the mid-range member of the Radiant Dawn series of enhanced-range swords that are capable of flinging shockwaves to attack foes at 2 range, rather than being locked to the standard melée range of most other swords; it is superior to the basic Wind Edge but inferior to the Tempest Blade. Despite its respectable power, it is also heavy and has the worst accuracy of any sword in Radiant Dawn and among the worst of all swords in the entire series.
Although it hurls a blast of wind to attack at range, it is not actually a magic sword in that it does not use the user's magic stat or target the enemy's resistance, but sticks with strength and defense.
|Disarm and/or steal*
||Part 3: Chapter 2, enemy Sword General • Chapter 3, enemy Sword General • Chapter 4, enemy Callum • Chapter 7, enemy Swordmaster • Chapter 8, enemy Sword General • Chapter 11, enemy Blade Paladin • Chapter 12, enemy Sword General • Endgame, enemy Swordmaster (Normal/Hard only)|
Part 4: Prologue, enemy Blade Paladin (reinforcement) (Normal/Hard only), enemy Swordmaster (reinforcement) (Normal/Hard only) • Chapter 2, enemy Sword General, enemy Swordmaster (reinforcement) (Normal/Hard only) • Chapter 3, enemy Sword General • Endgame-1, enemy Sword General (×2) (Normal/Hard only) • Endgame-2, enemy Swordmaster (reinforcement; ×2) (Normal/Hard only)
||Part 3: Chapter 6 • Chapter 13
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Romanized as STORMSWORD in its internal file name; literally "gale sword".