Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones box art
|Alternate Titles||Fire Emblem: Seima no Kōseki|
|Release Dates|| November 7, 2004 (JP), |
May 23, 2005 (US),
November 4, 2005 (EU)
Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, known as Fire Emblem: Seima no Kouseki in Japan, (ファイアーエムブレム 聖魔の光石, Faiā Emuburemu: Seima no Kōseki, lit "Fire Emblem: The Stones of Light and Darkness") is a tactical role playing game for the Game Boy Advance released in 2004 by Nintendo, and was developed by Intelligent Systems.
It is the eighth game in the Fire Emblem series to be released and the second to be released internationally. Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones is a standalone game which focuses on the continent of Magvel, where Princess Eirika and her brother, Prince Ephraim, who take up arms to reclaim their country after a longtime ally, the Grado empire wages war against them.
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This game takes place on the fictional continent of Magvel, and follows the story of Princess Eirika and Prince Ephraim of Renais, on their quest through the land in an attempt to win the war against their previous ally, the Empire of Grado.
The year is 803, a full eight-hundred years after the Heroes of Magvel defeated the Demon King, Fomortiis. The emperor Vigarde has declared war on Renais and has lain waste to the Kingdom of Renais, and has killed it's king, Fado, the father of Ephraim and Eirika. Eirika and Seth, a general in in Renais's army, have fled for the boundaries of Frelia, an neighboring kingdom, in search for answers about her brother, and Ephraim has pushed deep into Grado territory.
 History of Game
Eirika Seth Franz Gilliam Vanessa Moulder Innes Tethys Duessel Ross Garcia Colm Ewan Knoll Neimi Artur Lute Natasha Joshua Ephraim Forde Kyle Tana Amelia Gerik Marisa L'Arachel Dozla Saleh Cormag Rennac Myrrh Syrene Caellach Orson Riev Ismaire Selena Glen Hayden Valter Fado Lyon Binks Gheb Fomortiis Vigarde Mansel Morva Pablo Klimt Dara Carlyle O'Neill Breguet Bone Bazba Saar Zonta Novala Murray Tirado Aias Beran
Prologue: The Fall of Renais Chapter 1 - Escape! Chapter 2 - The Protected Chapter 3 - The Bandits of Borgo Chapter 4 - Ancient Horrors Chapter 5 - The Empire's Reach Chapter 5x - Unbroken Heart Chapter 6 - Victims of War Chapter 7 - Waterside Renvall Chapter 8 - It's a Trap!
Chapter 9 - Distant Blade Chapter 10 - Revolt at Carcino Chapter 11 - Creeping Darkness Chapter 12 - Village of Silence Chapter 13 - Hamill Canyon Chapter 14 - Queen of White Dunes
Chapter 9 - Fort Rigwald Chapter 10 - Turning Traitor Chapter 11 - Phantom Ship Chapter 12 - Landing at Taizel Chapter 13 - Fluorspar's Oath Chapter 14 - Father and Son
Both Routes Combine
Chapter 15 - Scorched Sand Chapter 16 - Ruled by Madness Chapter 17 - River of Regrets Chapter 18 - Two Faces of Evil Chapter 19 - Last Hope Chapter 20 - Darkling Woods Chapter 21 (Final Chapter) - Sacred Stones
A list of items in the game Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
|Angelic Robe||1||8000||Permanently raises HP by 7 points|
|Energy Ring||1||8000||Permanently raises Strength/Magic by 2 points|
|Secret Book||1||8000||Permanently raises Skill by 2 points|
|Speedwing||1||8000||Permanently raises Speed by 2 points|
|Goddess Icon||1||8000||Permanently raises Luck by 2 points|
|Dragonshield||1||8000||Permanently raises Defence by 2 points|
|Talisman||1||8000||Permanently raises Resistance by 2 points|
|Swiftsole||1||8000||Permanently raises Movement by 2 points|
|Body Ring||1||8000||Permanently raises Constitution by 2 points|
|Hero Crest||1||10000||Class change item for Myrmidons, Fighters and Mercenaries|
|Knight Crest||1||10000||Class change item for Cavaliers and Knights|
|Orion's Bolt||1||10000||Class change item for Archers|
|Elysian Whip||1||10000||Class change item for Pegasus Knights and Wyvern Riders|
|Guiding Ring||1||10000||Class change item for Mages, Shamans, Priests, Clerics, Monks and Troubadours|
|Chest Key||1||300||Opens a chest|
|Door Key||1||50||Opens a door|
|Lockpick||15||1200||Opens chests and doors. Thieves, Assassins and Rogues only|
|Vulnerary||3||300||Recovers HP by 2 points|
|Elixir||3||3000||Fully recovers HP|
|Pure Water||3||900||Temporary raises resistance by 7 points. Effect decreases by 1 each turn|
|Antitoxin||3||350||Cures the poison status|
|Torch||5||500||Increases user's sight in fog of war. Effect decreases by 1 each turn|
|Fili Shield||-||10000||Negates effective bonus of bows and wind magic towards user|
|Member Card||1||6000||Lets the user enter secret shops|
|Silver Card||1||4000||User can buy items for half price|
|White Gem||1||20000||Can be sold for 10000G|
|Blue Gem||1||10000||Can by sold for 5000G|
|Red Gem||1||5000||Can be sold for 2500G|
|Hoplon Guard||-||5000||User is immune to critical attacks|
|Master Seal||1||20000||Class change item for all normal classes, except the Lords|
|Metis's Tome||1||-||Permanently raises all of the user's growth rates by 5|
|Ocean Seal||1||10000||Class change item for Thieves and Pirates|
|Lunar Brace||1||-||Class changes Eirika to a Master Lord|
|Solar Brace||1||-||Class changes Ephraim to a Master Lord|
|Juna Fruit||1||-||Permanently lowers the user's Level by 1-5 points. Can only be used by units Level 9 or over
(Cannot be obtained without codes.)
|Dragonstone||50||-||Myrrh only, effective against monsters. Strength +12, Skill +12, Defence +15, Resistance +20.
Stats: Might 16, Accuracy 100, Weight 0, Critical 15, Weapon EXP 0
|Black Gem||1||30000||Can be sold for 15000G|
|Gold Gem||1||40000||Can be sold for 20000G|
 Unobtainable (Enemy) Weapons
Lyon Binks Gheb Fomortiis Vigarde Caellach Orson Riev Valter Pablo Klimt Dara Carlyle O'Neill Breguet Bone Bazba Saar Zonta Novala Murray Tirado Aias Beran
List of significant locations in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones.
List of Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones guides to be written.