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Swift Strikes

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Not to be confused with Swift Strike, a passive skill from Heroes.

Swift Strikes

Is ns01 combat art lance.png
Icon of Swift Strikes from Three Houses.


An attack that strikes twice.

Type(s)

Combat art

First game

Three Houses

Swift Strikes (Japanese: 連撃 Consecutive strikes) is a combat art that debuted in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It is learned by certain units upon raising their skill level in lances. This attack grants its user a small boost to might while also turning their weapon into a brave weapon, allowing it to strike twice consecutively.

Stats

Game Icon Might Hit Crit Avo / Crit Avo* Range Cost Other effects and notes
Three Houses Is ns01 combat art lance.png +2 +0 +0 +0 1 4 durability Strikes twice consecutively.
Cannot make follow-up attacks.

Availability

Three Houses

Skill level Lance A: FerdinandSylvainSeteth

Flavor text

Game Text
(English)
Text
(Japanese)
Three Houses An attack that strikes twice. 2回攻撃

Trivia

  • If Swift Strikes is performed with a lance that uses sword or axe animations instead of the standard lance animations, such as the Short Spear or Crescent Sickle, rather than performing a quick follow-up attack, the user will repeat the initial attack animation for the second hit.

Etymology and other languages


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Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Swift Strikes

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Japanese

連撃

Consecutive strikes

Spanish

Ataques raudos

Swift attacks

French

Coup double

Double hit

German

Schwungattacke

Swing Attack

Italian

Colpo ripetuto

Repeat strike

Korean

연공

??

Simplified Chinese

连击

Repeated strike

Traditional Chinese

連擊

Repeated strike

Gallery


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See also

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