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All Emblems In Fire Emblem Engage

Are you looking for all the useable Emblems in Fire Emblem Engage? You've come to the right place!
All Emblems In Fire Emblem Engage

Fire Emblem Engage is one of the most visually stunning and unique Fire Emblem games in the entire franchise. One of the most interesting additions to Fire Emblem Engage is the Fire Emblem Engage Emblems mechanic. This is a brand-new feature that allows you to draw on the spirit of characters from previous Fire Emblem games in order to bolster the strength of your army. 

Not only does this provide tons of in-game benefits, but lore-heads will take great pleasure in seeing some of their favorite Fire Emblem characters back for this new and epic journey. "Too many Fire Emblem characters" has been a criticism of Super Smash Brothers for such a long time. However, this is one instance in which the more Fire Emblem characters that make into Engage, the merrier! This article will cover all the returning Fire Emblem characters that will be useable as Emblems in Fire Emblem Engage. 

What Are Fire Emblem Engage Emblems?

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Equip different rings in Fire Emblem Engage to harness the power of previous Fire Emblem characters.

In summary, Fire Emblem Engage Emblems are the spirits of previous Fire Emblem characters that can be equipped by all of the main cast in Fire Emblem Engage by wearing their respective rings. Not only will this allow you to fight side by side with the spirit of Roy, Lynn, Marth, and more, but you will receive buffs to your characters, such as increased damage, unique weapon combinations, and even additional attack moves in certain instances.

That's not all. By fusing Emblems on the battlefield, players can unlock new abilities, more powerful buffs, and deadly Engage strikes, which are sure to topple any enemy (with the caveat being they are only useable for three turns before players have to fill up their Engage meter again). 

All Fire Emblem Engage Emblems

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Tons of fan-favorite characters are returning in Fire Emblem Engage!

Here is the list of all Fire Emblem Engage Emblems we know of. 


Marth is probably the most recognizable of all Fire Emblem characters appearing not only in multiple games across the Fire Emblem franchise but for being the first Fire Emblem representative to appear in Super Smash Brothers. And, if Marth is half as powerful in Fire Emblem Engage as he is in Super Smash Brothers Melee, very few enemies will be able to stand in his way.

Players who equip Marth will be able to use some of his sword-swinging abilities and make it more likely for you to dodge incoming attacks.


Celica is returning after her appearance in Fire Emblem Gaiden and its remake, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. 

Celica will boost the magic abilities of the unit that has her ring equipped.


Sigurd is back, and any Fire Emblem veteran knows just how easy Sigurd makes the early stages of any Fire Emblem game. 

Sigurd will be equipped with the Ridersbane, able to take down enemies on horseback with ease. It will also grant a buff to his own horseriding abilities, allowing him to move a greater distance around the map.


Byleth is the character who has received the most backlash for being added to the Super Smash Brothers roster, despite Fire Emblem: Three Houses being one of the best games in the entire franchise. 

Byleth allows your units never to miss an attack, will adapt his weapon to adjust to the fighter's current class, and gives your units the chance to take an additional turn. Nintendo must be showing him love to get people to like him more!


Corrin is returning in her female form from Fire Emblem Fates. Corrin can grant special effects to the battlefield to help tip the scales, will alter the weapon triangular system for the player's benefit, and stop enemies from moving for a single turn. She can also attack multiple enemies at once in a line, much like her forward smash's extended hitbox in Super Smash Brothers.

For being one of the more forgettable Fire Emblem protagonists from a series of games that many people didn't care for, Corrin's kit in Fire Emblem Engage seems absolutely busted!


Lyn makes use of her massive bow in order to attack enemies from afar. She is able to use powerful abilities to inflict multiple hits in a single turn to far-off enemies in the distance. 

Players will need to judge their surroundings carefully in order to make Lyn the most effective she can be on the battlefield.

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