Best Emblems in Fire Emblem Engage Tier List

Choose your Emblem carefully.

Fire Emblem Engage continues the Fire Emblem series, giving fans and newcomers alike fantastic strategic action. However, it does implement new features that bring new angles and tactics to the game, like Emblems, which can be equipped to characters through Emblem Rings. This may leave you wondering what the best Emblems in Fire Emblem Engage are.

All Fire Emblem Engage Emblems Ranked

TierEmblem
SByleth, Lyn, Marth, Sigurd, Tiki
ACelica, Ike, Leif
BClaude/Dimitri/Edelgard, Lucina, Micaiah,
CCorrin, Eirika, Roy

Related: How to strengthen engage weapons in Fire Emblem Engage

Best Emblem in Fire Emblem Engage

While many Emblems are used in Fire Emblem Engage, some outshine others. This does not mean that the lower-tier Emblems are bad, just that these are the best. Here are the best Fire Emblem Engages Emblems.

Byleth

Byleth is a support Emblem that focuses on buffing allies. Byleth also supports an offensive style that focuses on striking enemies and retreating. His Engage Skill can buff nearby allies and increases Luck and Hit when you use Arts. This makes Byleth extremely good in multiple aspects of combat and gives his partner versatility.

Lyn

Lyn is another Emblem that provides excellent support and offense, particularly for ranged units. She provides increased Luck and Hit for units equipped with bows, but Engage skill is where Lyn truly shines. This allows her to create illusionary copies across the battlefield. These ranged doubles can provide damage and control.

Marth

Marth is gained at the start of Fire Emblem Engage and continues to be useful throughout. He relies on evasion and multi-attacks to survive and defeat enemies. Marth increases Avoid, especially when equipped with a sword user. Marth's evasiveness allows his partner to avoid damage altogether and defeat foes without worry.

Sigurd

Sigurd is the ultimate hit-and-run Emblem, thanks to his increased engagement mobility. This also allows you to move after attacking, which means you can dart in and escape any chance for a counterattack. This is incredibly powerful if you can reliably break units. Sigurd also provides increased Hit and Attack when equipped with a lance.

Tiki

Tiki is a strong defensive Emblem that also provides support. What makes her really good is her ability to increase a unit's growth, allowing you to effectively super trained your characters. Tiki gives a passive buff to units that wait without attaching or using items that restore their health and cures them of status conditions. This is a great ability for units in the frontline and takes damage.

For more information on Fire Emblem Engage, check out How to unlock all doors in Somniel in Fire Emblem Engage and All Characters Growth Rates in Fire Emblem Engage on Pro Game Guides.

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