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General Builds
Weapon Hlidskjalf.png
Weapon type Staff
Might 14
Range 2
Required Assault
SP 400
Exclusive? Yes
Foe cannot counterattack. After combat, if unit attacked, inflicts Atk/Spd/Def/Res-4 on target and foes within 2 spaces of target through their next actions, and grants Atk/Spd/Def/Res+4 to unit and allies within 2 spaces for 1 turn.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Has the same effect as Dazzling Staff 3.png Dazzling Staff 3.
  • If unit attacked means if the wielder attacked at any time during combat. They do not need to initiate combat, deal damage, or survive.
    • This means that if the foe initiates combat and the user cannot counterattack, the effect will not activate.
  • The stat decrease that can be applied by Hliðskjálf is considered a penalty.
    • Negative status effects on a unit, including penalties, last until that unit takes an action. If the unit takes multiple actions in a turn, they will only have the penalty for their first action.
  • The stat increase that can be applied by Hliðskjálf is considered a bonus.
    • Positive status effects last until the start of the next player phase.
    • If bonuses are acquired during the enemy phase, they will disappear when the next player phase begins.

List of owners[edit | edit source]

HeroSkill chain
Veronica Brave Princess Face FC.png

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In Norse mythology, Hliðskjálf is the high seat of the god Odin allowing him to see into all realms. In other words, it is Odin's throne.
  • In the context of Fire Emblem Heroes this corresponds with Icon Class Blue Tome.png Valaskjálf, the tome used by ???: Masked Knight ???: Masked Knight, which is named after Odin's throne room.
  • Veronica may be referencing her weapon's namesake in one of her castle quotes, where she comments on the distance she can see from atop her horse.

In other languages[edit | edit source]

Language Name
Japanese フリズスキャルヴ
German Hliðskjálf
Spanish (Europe) Hliðskjálf
Spanish (Latin America) Hliðskjálf
French Hliðskjálf
Italian Hliðskjálf
Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) 至高王座之杖
Portuguese Hliðskjálf

See also[edit | edit source]