Fire Emblem Engage is a pretty different game from the last entry in the series, focusing on combat more than the story and characters. But, it also is serving as a celebration of the series to some degree with a number of older characters returning to the series in the form of Fire Emblem Engage Emblems.
Whether your first game was from decades ago or just a few years ago, there is someone here that you will recognise. Emblem characters are just some of the Fire Emblem Engage characters in the game and are effectively companions that unleash strong attacks to overthrow forces.
Fire Emblem Engage Emblems
There are a total of 12 Fire Emblem Engage Emblems to find during the story, with familiar faces from across the series. The full list is:
Byleth – Emblem of the Academy
Byleth is from Fire Emblem Three Houses and in battle grants the Instruct skill which will boost the stats of nearby allies. In addition, Byleth has access to the Goddess Dance skill which will allow all your units to act for a second time, on top of boosting their stats.
Celica – Emblem of Echoes
Hailing from Fire Emblem Gaiden and the remake Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. In Engage she is able to split up damage attacks and attack multiple enemies with one spell. Her additional skill Warp Ragnarok allows you to move to a location that would normally be out of range and attack from there.
Corrin – Emblem of Fates
From Fire Emblem Fates, Corrin has the Dragon Fang skill which can be used to alter the terrain and move hazards. Corrin is also capable of adding healing effects to your army. Torrential Roar is also another attack that damages enemies in front of Corrin and adding a water effect to the environment.
Erika – Emblem of the Sacred
Erika is from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. She is focused on taking on high-stat enemies and dodging attacks as Twin Strike can be used to perform a sword and then a spear attack on an adjacent foe.
Ike – Emblem of Radiance
Ike is originally from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn and is the son of Greil and Elena. Ike is a defensive focus Emblem and can move an adjacent ally to the opposite side of a unit with Reposition. Great Aether, however, can be used to grant defence at the cost of losing the ability to counter.
Leif – Emblem of Genealogy
Leif first appeared in Fire Emblem: Geneology of the Holy War. Leif has the Quadruple Hit skill which can be used to attack once with a sword, spear, axe, and a bow, making him a flexible and diverse unit.
Lucina – Emblem of Awakening
Lucina was originally in Fire Emblem: Awakening and she is a fast attacker, able to protect allies and also hold her own. Her Bonded Shield skill can be used to prevent first attack on adjacent allies while All For One is a powerful sword attack.
Lyn – Emblem of Blazing
Lyn is one of the main characters from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade. She is focused on rapid attacks, that prevent enemies from counterattacking. Her Astrostorm skill acts as a large ranged power shot, unleashing five attacks on a foe, no matter the distance from them.
Marth – Emblem of Beginnings
First appearing in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light and then Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem, Marth returns in Engage. Lodestar Rush is his skill and it unleashes a number of consecutive sword attacks on an enemy, making him one of the simplest Emblems in the game.
Micaiah – Emblem of Dawn
Micaiah is originally from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn and is a support Emblem. She can heal allies with her Great Sacrifice skill providing a massive boost to your heal team, even the units you can’t control.
Roy – Emblem of Binding
Roy is from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade. He is able to attack an adjacent foe and an area three spaces wide, setting them on fire, allowing him to deal a large amount of damage and control a wider area of battle.
Sigurd – Emblem of the Holy War
Sigurd is from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War and is a highly mobile companion. In his back pocket, he has a Gallop and Gauge skill increases unit movement and allows them to traverse over a much longer distance. In addition, Override allows you to charge through a line of foes in one straight attack.
There you have it! Those are the Fire Emblem Engage Emblems that are available in the game right now. If you are jumping in, be sure to know about the Fire Emblem Engage length so you can plan out the weeks it will take to beat the game. And, to know if any of the classic voice actors are coming back to voice these Emblems, our Fire Emblem Engage cast and voice actors guide will help you out.