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Thyrsus

FETH Thyrsus.png
Artwork of Thyrsus from Three Houses.


A Hero's Relic linked to the Crest of Gloucester. Magic attack range +2. May halve damage.

Type

Equipment (Staff)

Wielder(s)
First game

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Thyrsus (pronounced /'θɝsɪs/[key], Japanese: テュルソスの杖 Thyrsos Staff) is a regalia staff that first appeared in the main Fire Emblem series in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. In that game, it is one of the Heroes' Relics, and is tied to the Crest of Gloucester.

Thyrsus's overall debut was in the spin-off game Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE as a rod Carnage available to Kiria Kurono, and only available if her Mirage, Tharja, has been made a Sorcerer. It has the effect of draining force damage, but lacks other special effects outside its granted skills.

Stats

In the main Fire Emblem series

Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
Three Houses   -- -- Weight: 1
+2 range with magic when equipped.
Grants Pavise and Aegis to units with the Crest of Gloucester when equipped.
If the user does not have a Crest, deals 10 damage to user after combat.
Three Houses
(Dark Thyrsus)
  -- -- Weight: 1
+2 range with magic when equipped.
Grants Pavise and Aegis to units with the Crest of Gloucester when equipped.
If the user does not have a Crest, deals 10 damage to user after combat.

In other Fire Emblem series titles

The Thyrsus appears as one of Kiria Kurono's Carnages in Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE. It is only available if Kiria's carnage, Tharja, has been made a Sorcerer.

 
Icon  
Attack 113
Skills Unity Cost
S 
 
 
 
 
Wind-Elwind
Makajamaon
Concentrate
Mazandyne
True Casting
  Cleric Force R. ×1
  Warrior's Horn ×1
  5-Star Prestige ×3
Weaknesses and Resistances
  Wk   --   --   --   Rs
  Rs   Wk   Dr   --   --
No added effect.

Locations

Three Houses

Thyrsus

Event Land of the Golden Deer, automatically at the end of the chapter

Dark Thyrsus

Unobtainable Exclusively wielded by Gloucester in Chapter 22  

Flavor text

Game Text
(English)
Text
(Japanese)
Three Houses
(Thyrsus)
A Hero's Relic linked to the Crest of Gloucester.
Magic attack range +2. May halve damage.
英雄の遺産(グロスタールの紋章)
魔法攻撃射程+2 稀にダメージ半減
Three Houses
(Dark Thyrsus)
Modeled after the Thyrsus Staff. Created using
ancient technology.
遺産“テュルソスの杖”を模した杖
古の技術で作られている

Trivia

  • Thyrsus, along with Asclepius, Caduceus and Tathlum are the first weapons to debut in the Fire Emblem series as Carnages in Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE and later reappear in another game in the series when it reappeared in Three Houses. Interestingly, with the exception of Tathlum, all are rod Carnages associated with Kiria Kurono in Tokyo Mirage Sessions and appear as staves in Three Houses.
  • In Three Houses, for unknown reasons, Lorenz (if not recruited in Part I) will not have Thyrsus in his possession if encountered as an enemy in Part II, despite the Relic being a part of his inheritance. This contrasts towards most other unrecruited characters, who would wield their Heroes' Relics when encountered as enemies in Part II.

Etymology and other languages

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

Thyrsus

The thyrsus (Ancient Greek: θύρσος thýrsos) was a type of staff in ancient Greece associated with the Greek god Dionysus.

Japanese

テュルソスの杖

Thyrsos Staff

Spanish

Tirso

Thyrsus

French

Thyrsus

--

German

Thyrsus

--

Italian

Thyrsus

--

Korean

튀르소스의 지팡이

Thyrsus staff

Simplified Chinese

提尔狩斯之杖

Thyrsus staff

Traditional Chinese

提爾狩斯之杖

Thyrsus staff

Dark Thyrsus

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

Dark Thyrsus

Used by Gloucester in Verdant Wind Chapter 22.

Japanese

テュルソスの闇杖

Dark Thyrsos Staff

Spanish

Tirso oscuro

Dark Thyrsus

French

Thyrsus sombre

Dark Thyrsus

German

Dunkler Thyrsus

Dark Thyrsus

Italian

Thyrsus oscuro

Dark Thyrsus

Korean

튀르소스의 암흑 지팡이

Dark Thyrsus staff

Simplified Chinese

提尔狩斯之暗杖

Dark Thyrsus staff

Traditional Chinese

提爾狩斯之闇杖

Dark Thyrsus staff

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