Fire Emblem Armory Collection keychain - Sword of the Creator

Sword of the Creator From Fire Emblem: Three Houses Is Turned Into a Keychain

Intelligent Systems revealed a new keychain based on the Sword of the Creator from Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It is part of the Fire Emblem Armory Collection series of keychains, and it will be released on January 30, 2021.

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The Sword of the Creator is a Hero Relic that is eventually used as the personal weapon of Three Houses‘ protagonist Byleth. Although the sword could also be segmented like a whip in the game, this metal keychain—made of zinc alloy, stainless steel, and copper—will not be able to be bent or segmented. The miniaturized sword will be around 120mm wide, with the keychain ring having a diameter of around 70mm.

Pre-orders of this item are available on the Fire Emblem Online Shop page until January 17, 2021. It is priced at 4,400 yen and will be gradually shipped from late January 2021.

Armory Collection is a series of keychains based on the iconic legendary weapons in the Fire Emblem franchise. The series started with Marth’s Exalted Falchion in July 2019. Within the rest of 2019, Intelligent Systems also sold keychains based on Chrom’s Sealed Falchion, Ike’s Ragnell, Corrin’s Yato-no-Kami, and Roy’s Binding Blade. The new reveal of the Sword of the Creator keychain means that the merchandise series is continued again after being left dormant in 2020.

The Fire Emblem: Three Houses video game is immediately available on the Nintendo Switch worldwide.

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