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Gold Mark

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Gold Mark

FESoV Gold Mark concept.png
Concept artwork a Gold Mark from Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.


Rare gold coins used in the age of the gods.

Type

Item

First game

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

The Gold Mark (Japanese:覇者の金貨 Champion's Gold Coin) is an item that debuted in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. The Gold Mark is stated to be a rare coin created using alchemy and containing mysterious power. Acting as the other unit of currency aside from Silver Marks, Gold Marks are consumed to upgrade rare weapons, such as Royal Sword, Golden Dagger, Beloved Zofia and Blessed weapons.

Silver Marks can be converted into Gold Marks at any Smithy; at the conversion rate of 500 silver for 1 gold.

Data

Game Icon Uses Worth Effects and notes
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Is 3ds03 gold mark.png -- -- Used while forging to upgrade rare weapons.

Locations

Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Dropped by Grieth's Citadel: Enemy GriethTemple of Mila: Enemy Mikhail (Normal only)Nuibaba's Abode: Enemy CantorRigel Plains: Enemy JeromeDead Man's Mire: Enemy GarciaDuma Gate: Enemy JamilArchanea Seaway 6: Enemy Dagon
Chest Sylvan Shrine: Area 2 • Duma Tower: Area 5 • Duma Temple: in the area that the teleporter with Duma's Brand takes the player to.
Dungeon drops The Lost Treescape: Grasses (0.4%) • Thabes Labyrinth B8: Pots (0.47%), Barrels (0.83%) • Thabes Labyrinth B9: Pots (0.26%), Boxes (0.63%), Grasses (16.67%) • Thabes Labyrinth B10: Boxes (0.06%)
Sidequests Zofia Harbor: "Faraway Frontiers" (Escort the Foreign Trader to Furia Harbor; 3 Gold Marks are obtained in this fashion; available upon reaching Act 6)

Flavor text

Game Text
(English)
Text
(Japanese)
Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Rare gold coins used in
the age of the gods.
??

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English

Gold Mark

The Mark was the name of several currencies.

Japanese

覇者の金貨

Champion's Gold Coin

Spanish

Pieza de oro

Gold Coin

French

Pièce d'or

Gold Coin

German

Golddukate

Gold Ducat

Italian

Marco d'oro

Gold Mark

Dutch

Goudstuk

Gold Piece

Simplified Chinese

霸者金币

Traditional Chinese

霸者金幣

Gallery

References

Items in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
Stat boosters AmbrosiaBootsFruit of LifeGolden AppleNectarNethergranatePegasus CheeseTalisman
Normal provisions Blue CheeseBoiled ChickenBreadBread PieceButterCarrotChicken LinkCold SoupDagon FilletDried MeatDried ShieldfishDrinking WaterDuma MossExotic SpiceFlourGarlicHamHard BreadHerringHoley CheeseHoneyLeftover BreadMana HerbsMedicinal SyrupMille CrepeMoist BreadOrangePure HoneyRaw MeatSausageSoupSpicy ChickenSweet CookieYogurt
Alcoholic provisions AleLeftover AleRam WineWine
Class change items Pitchfork
Rings Ancient RingAnimus RingAngel RingBlessed RingCoral RingDemon RingGrimoire RingKeepsake RingMage RingMila's RingPrayer RingRusted RingSpeed Ring
Shields Blessed ShieldDracoshieldDuma's ShieldEleven ShieldEmperor ShieldFugue ShieldHexlock ShieldIron ShieldLeather ShieldLukas's ShieldRion ShieldRoyal ShieldRusted ShieldSage's ShieldSilver PlatterSilver ShieldSteel Shield
Other equipment Astral ShardsBlack Crescent MoonCoral FragmentDragon ScaleDubious MaskDuma CarvingDuma's HelmHard Worker's RibbonMila CarvingMila's DiademRed TricornStar JacinthVagabond's HairclipWarrior's Warding Bell
Shop items Gold MarkGold PurseSilver MarkSilver Purse
Other items A Son's JournalBear CarvingBlack PearlBonewalker OilCell KeyCogGargoyle EarGossamer HairHandmade DollLima ArmletMemory PrismMila's TurnwheelPitchfork