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Thor's Ire

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Thor's Ire

Is gba thor's ire.png
Icon of Thor's Ire from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade.

A dance that increases allies' critical hit % for a turn.

Type

Item

First game

Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade

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.

Data

Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
The Blazing Blade Is gba thor's ire.png 15 Cannot be sold +10 critical rate to one adjacent ally for one turn. Activated via the Dance/Play command.
The Sacred Stones Is gba thor's ire.png 15 Cannot be sold +10 critical rate to one adjacent ally for one turn. Activated via the Dance command.
Unused and named "Dummy".

Locations

The Blazing Blade

Treasure Eliwood's Tale: Chapter 26x, chest
Hector's Tale: Chapter 28x, chest
Transfer data After receiving the data from the Mario Kart: Double Dash!! bonus discUS or from a Monthly Nintendo demo machine in May 2003,JP[1] 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

Unused If hacked into the game, it is functional and can be used by Tethys.

Trivia

  • 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
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Thor's Ire Thor is a lightning deity in Norse mythology.
Japanese トォルの怒り 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.
Spanish Ira de Thor Thor's wrath
French Thorrage A contraction of "Thor's rage".
German Thors Zorn Thor's fury
Italian Ira di Thor Thor's wrath

Gallery

References

  1. Download events, Serenes Forest, Published: 2013-7-9, Retrieved: 2012-5-31

See also

Items in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade
Stat boosters Afa's DropsAngelic RobeBody RingBootsDragonshieldEnergy RingGoddess IconPure WaterSecret BookSpeedwingsTalismanTorch
Healing items AntitoxinElixirVulnerary
Class change items Earth SealElysian WhipFell ContractGuiding RingHeaven SealHero CrestKnight CrestOcean SealOrion's Bolt
Keys Chest KeyDoor KeyLockpick
Shop items Blue GemRed GemSilver CardMember CardWhite Gem
Accessory items Delphi ShieldEmblem SealFilla's MightIron RuneNinis's GraceSet's LitanyThor's Ire
Hazard items Light RuneMine
Items in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Stat boosters Angelic RobeBody RingDragonshieldEnergy RingGoddess IconMetis's TomePure WaterSecret BookSpeedwingSwiftsoleTalismanTorch
Healing items AntitoxinElixirVulnerary
Class change items Elysian WhipGuiding RingHero CrestKnight CrestLunar BraceMaster SealOcean SealOrion's BoltSolar Brace
Keys Chest KeyDoor KeyLockpick
Shop items Black GemBlue GemGold GemRed GemSilver CardMember CardWhite Gem
Accessory items Fili ShieldHoplon Guard
Unused items Heaven SealFilla's MightLight RuneMineStone ShardNinis's GraceSet's LitanyThor's Ire