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Wolf Queen Fang

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Wolf Queen Fang
The Wolf Queen Fang as it appears in Heroes.

Accelerates Special trigger (cooldown count-1). During combat, boosts unit's Atk/Spd by number of allies within 2 spaces x 2. (Maximum bonus of +6 to each stat.) At start of turn, if unit is adjacent to only beast or dragon allies or if unit is not adjacent to any ally, unit transforms (otherwise, unit reverts). If unit transforms, grants Atk+2 and deals +10 damage when Special triggers.


Offensive (Beast)


Wolf Queen Fang (Japanese: 狼女王の牙 Wolf Queen's Fang) is an offensive skill in the beast category which debuted in Fire Emblem Heroes. It is a personal weapon of Nailah. Wolf Queen Fang is a skill that, in addition to accelerating the cooldown for the user's special skills, boosts the user's Attack and Speed based on the number of nearby allies, and additionally greatly boosts the user's damage output on a turn where the user completes a transformation.


Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Heroes Is feh skill offense.png Is feh all beast.png 5★ 14 -- -- -- 1 Infinite 400 SP -- Accelerates Special trigger (cooldown count-1).
Boosts user's Attack and Speed by + (2 × number of allies within two spaces, maximum boost +6) during combat.
At start of user's phase, transforms user if user is untransformed and not adjacent to a human ally, or untransforms user if user is transformed and adjacent to a human ally. On a turn where user transforms, user's Attack is boosted by an additional +2, and user's damage output is increased by +10 when triggering special skill.



Units Nailah: Unflattering Eye


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Wolf Queen Fang
Japanese 狼女王の牙 Wolf Queen's Fang


See also

Beast skills in Heroes
Basic beast skills Regalia and personal beast skills
Infantry subtype Adult (Infantry)Whelp (Infantry)Yearling (Infantry) Bride's FangSabertooth FangWolf Queen FangWolfpup FangWolfskin Fang
Armor subtype Adult (Armored)Whelp (Armored)Yearling (Armored) Lion King Fang
Cavalry subtype Adult (Cavalry)Whelp (Cavalry)Yearling (Cavalry) Brazen Cat FangBunny FangCovert Cat FangFoxkit FangGuardian FangKitsune FangNew Foxkit FangNightmare HornTaguel Fang
Flier subtype Adult (Flier)Fledgling (Flier)Hatchling (Flier) Hawk King ClawHeron WingRaven King BeakSky-Pirate Claw