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FERD Gurgurant.png
Artwork of Gurgurant from Radiant Dawn.




First game

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

Gurgurant (グルグラント, Guruguranto) is the personal sword of the Mad King Ashnard, primary antagonist of Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. It is unknown how he came into possession of the sword, but he is seen using it to kill his own father. He also wields it throughout the Mad King's War, including his battle with Ike. The sword is not present in the gameplay of Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, but appears in flashbacks. Where the sword went following Ashnard's death is unknown.

Like Ragnell and Alondite, Gurgurant allows its wielder to perform ranged attacks and cancels all non-Wrath criticals. Knowing little about the sword's origins, it is unknown why this happens.


Game Icon Rank Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Path of Radiance Is gcn gurgurant.png Prf* 20 25 90 0 1-2 -- -- 2 It negates non-Wrath criticals.


Path of Radiance

Inventory Ashnard, Trial Maps only.

Other appearances

Ashnard wielding Gurgurant

Gurgurant appears in limited fashion in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Ashnard's trophy shows Ashnard wielding his signature sword. Interestingly, the trophy description incorrectly refers to the sword as "Gurugant".

Etymology and other languages