When do you unlock each Emblem in Fire Emblem Engage?

Alear has a really big team, and they need some really big rings.

Fire Emblem Engage is one long trip down memory lane for fans of the series. Besides being huge nostalgia sources, the Emblem rings can give units access to some pretty overpowered skills. With that being the case, a smart thing players can do is to plan out when they get each Emblem, so they know which units should wear the ring, what skills they want when to get them, and things of that nature.

Note: BIG spoiler warning for the plot of Fire Emblem: Engage

Fire Emblem Engage Emblem Unlock Order


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Players get Marth right at the beginning of Fire Emblem Engage. He is assigned with Alear as he or she is proficient in swords, but other characters can certainly use the Avoid skills Marth brings to the table.


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Lumeria uses the Sigurd ring during the Chapter 2 tutorial. Players don't actually get to use it themselves, though, until Chapter 4. Sigurd's movement skills makes him great on characters with mounts like Alfred.


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One of the lords from Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, Celica, will be made available during Chapter 4. The ring is initially placed on Celine since she can use magic spells. The Celica ring allows her to warp across the map.

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Micaiah from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn is acquired during Chapter 6. Her ring is given to Yunaka, who can help light the dark areas with her wide vision and Micaiah's Shine spell.


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Roy from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade is the ring entrusted to the Kingdom of Brodia. As such, it's acquired when Diamant joins the team in Chapter 8. This isn't a bad pairing as Roy significantly raises a unit's damage output.


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The protagonist from Fire Emblem: Thracia 776, Leif, appears in the same Chapter as Roy. Ivy from the Elusian Army comes with Leif's ring, and the player gets access by defeating her. Leif comes with several weapon proficiencies.


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The ending of Chapter 10 leaves Alear and company without any rings. In the following chapter, though, Ivy switches sides from Elusia and delivers two rings, one of which is that of Lucina from Fire Emblem: Awakening. Her All for One skill can drop huge damage if the player can position their units together.


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When Ivy defects, Lyn (from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Sword) is the other ring that she delivers to Alear and his or her companions. Lyn's ring was considered an heirloom in Ivy's family, and she comes with a very powerful bow attack with huge range.


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Ike's ring was entrusted to the kingdom of Solm. Players get access to it before Chapter 13 by talking to the Queen of Solm. Ike increases a character's Defense significantly if they use his ring.

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The hero from Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Byleth, is initially attached to Hortensia. Alear gets a hold of it after defeating Hortensia in Chapter 14. Byleth's Dance of the Goddess can give an extra turn to four units.


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Corrin from Fire Emblem Fates joins forces with Alear in Chapter 15. Corrin's ability to use Dragon Fangs is a core mechanic which allows players to travel through the hallways in that chapter.


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After Horensia's defection at the end of Chapter 14, her retainers, Rosado and Goldmary, decide to defect as well. They deliver the ring for Eirika from Fire Emblem: The Scared Stones when they join in Chapter 16. Players with this ring can use either Lunar Brace from Eirika or Solar Brace from Ephraim.

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