Since the game features many heroes from the past, Fire Emblem Engage is full of references to other games in the series. While some are fairly obvious, others can be pretty hard to place. Almost every other Fire Emblem game gets referenced in some way in Engage.
Easter Eggs in Fire Emblem Engage
Aside from the Jean and Anna Paralogues, every other Paralogue in Fire Emblem Engage is a remix of an older map in the series. Some of the enemies on the maps are changed to fit Fire Emblem Engage, but the locations are all identical. Here is each Paralogue and the map they're based on:
- Lucina's Paralogue is based on Arena Ferox from Fire Emblem: Awakening.
- Lyn's Paralogue seems to be based on The Laws of Sacae from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade, despite Lyn actually appearing in The Blazing Sword.
- Ike's Paralogue is based on Gebal Castle from Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance.
- Byleth's Paralogue is based on Chapter 11, Throne of Knowledge, in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
- Corrin's Paralogue is based on The Path I Choose, Chapter 6 in Fire Emblem Fates.
- Eirika's Paralogue is based on the final map of Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones.
- Sigurd's Paralogue is based on Light and Dark from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
- Leif's Paralogue is based on Across the River in Thracia 776
- Roy's Paralogue is based on The Shrine of Seals in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
- Micaiah's Paralogue is based on Blood Contract from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
- Celica's Paralogue is based on the Seabound Shrine from Fire Emblem: Shadow Gaiden and Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
- Marth's Paralogue is based on Altea Castle from Fire Emblem and its subsequent remakes (FE 3, FE 11, and FE 12).
Other Easter Eggs
There are other nods to Fire Emblem history through several of the maps and plotlines found in Fire Emblem Engage. They are as follows:
- After Lumera's death, Sigurd mentions, "And to leave a child behind. I did that in death...a bitter memory." This is a reference to Seliph, Sigurd's son from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War.
- After clearing the Florra Port map, players reunite with the rings for Sigurd and Leif. This is likely a reference to Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War, where Leif and Sigurd are part of the same army.
- In Chapter 22, The Kingless Castle, players have their army split up to investigate a castle in the dark. This is very similar to Battle for Dawn, a map from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword, where players have to play through a castle at night to protect Zephiel.
- When she joins the Divine Dragon, Lucina is mistaken for Marth. This references Fire Emblem: Awakening, where Lucina posed as Marth with a mask at Arena Ferox.
- The first six Emblem Rings players get in Fire Emblem Engage are all from games that were only released in Japan (Fire Emblem - Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade). The latter six Emblem Rings feature heroes from international releases.
- Chapter 8, which features Alear's army helping the forces of Brodia fend off Elusian invaders with a ballista, is very similar to Chapter 10 from Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, although the latter is simply a defend Chapter.
- Chapter 11 bares lots of similarities with Chapter 4 from the Cindered Shadows DLC in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Both maps have several monsters that chase the army from behind as they try to escape.
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List of Easter Eggs in Fire Emblem Engage