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Venomstone

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Venomstone

Is ns01 ore.png
Icon of Venomstone from Three Houses.

A highly toxic smithing material that should be handled with great care.

Type

Ore

First game

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Venomstone (Japanese: 毒石 Poison stone) is a ★★★★★ ranked monastery item that appears in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It is a rare ore used at the Blacksmith to repair or forge poisoned weapons such as the Venin Sword or the Venin Axe.

Data

Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
Three Houses Is ns01 ore.png 1 1,000 Can be used at the Blacksmith to repair or forge weapons.

Locations

Three Houses

This list may be incomplete.
Event Upon breaking monsters barriers (rarely)

Flavor text

Game Text
(English)
Text
(Japanese)
Three Houses A highly toxic smithing material that should be handled
with great care.
毒の成分が含まれた錬成素材。

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Venomstone
Japanese 毒石 Poison stone
Spanish Toxolito Poison stone; lit. "toxolite", from toxo-, "poison", and -lito, a Spanish suffix used in the names of minerals, similar to English -lite.
French Pierre de venin Venom stone
German Giftstein Poison stone
Italian Pietra velenosa Poisonous stone
Korean 독석 Poison stone
Simplified Chinese 毒石 Poison stone
Traditional Chinese 毒石 Poison stone

Gallery

References

See also