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Thor's Ire (Japanese: トォルの怒り Thor's Anger) is a dance item which was introduced in and, in legitimate gameplay, is exclusive to Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade. When used by Nils or Ninian, it allows them to conduct a performance which provides a temporary boost to an ally's chance to inflict critical hits.
The Blazing Blade
||Eliwood's Tale: Chapter 26x, chest|
Hector's Tale: Chapter 28x, chest
||After receiving the data from the Mario Kart: Double Dash!! bonus discUS or from a Monthly Nintendo demo machine in May 2003,JP transfer it into a savefile through the Transfer Data menu. Only one can be transferred per save file, and the transfer can only be done from Chapter 12 onward.
The Sacred Stones
||If hacked into the game, it is functional and can be used by Tethys.
- Like the other dancer rings, the Japanese version's help description for Thor's Ire says that Thor, the ring's namesake, is a spirit of lightning who has blessed the ring.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Thor is a lightning deity in Norse mythology.
||Thor's Anger. References two parts of the Jugdral games: "Thor" refers to to Mjölnir (Thorhammer), the tome of Thrud of Jugdral's Twelve Crusaders. Anger is a skill which was introduced in Genealogy of the Holy War which drastically boosts the user's critical rate in emergencies, and is notably possessed by all playable descendants of Thrud.
||Ira de Thor
||A contraction of "Thor's rage".
||Ira di Thor