filling the shoes of Fire Emblem: Three Houses can’t be easy now that Fire Emblem Engage is available, it is likely to appeal to many gamers whose first experience with the series was the successful predecessor to this game. But Fire Emblem Engage It’s a very different game three houses, and some of the changes you make can come as a big surprise. With that in mind, here are some tips to help you get the best start on his tenure as the Divine Dragon.
6. Should you choose Male or Female Alloy?
The first decision you will make in Fire Emblem Engage is whether to choose a male or female version of the protagonist, whose name is Alear either way. In three housesthis was a major decision, as it affected who your character could begin a romantic relationship with later in the game.
That is not the case in Fire Emblem Engage, where you can reach S-rank support with any character regardless of the protagonist’s gender. The only difference this time is aesthetic, so choose the protagonist that you think looks the best.
5. Explore the Somniel
Your base, the Somniel, is full of activities that grant items and other bonuses, but not all of them are available from the start. They unlock pretty quickly and there’s not always a clear message telling you when new activities are available, so you’ll need to explore to find out if they exist.
By Chapter 9, you’ll have all the major activities unlocked, which are clustered around the cafe at the north end of the base. Eating here will increase your support level with allies. Behind the counter is the donation board, which allows you to offer large amounts of money to the various nations of Fire Emblem Engage‘sa exchange for better items within your territory, plus stashes of bonus items.
The door to the right of the counter leads to the Arena, where you can earn fast experience and Emblem bonus levels. The door on the left is the Chamber of the Ring, which allows you to forge Rings of Binding to increase your stats and further link you to emblems. The cafe and Arena are especially important to visit each time, as you have limited uses of them between each mission, so skipping them means missing out on potential bonuses forever.
Also be sure to head to the southern end of the Somniel to unlock the Tower of Trials, which offers optional combat challenges, including online modes.
4. Start a petting zoo
One of the easiest parts of the Somniel to miss is the farm. After most battles, you can adopt local animals if your donation level with the region is high enough. Back at the Somniel, you can choose which one to keep out in the open on the farm and get a reward from each after each mission.
Most importantly, all the dogs on your farm will dig up a metal ingot, which is crucial for upgrading your weapons. Filling your farm with dogs is a great way to keep your supplies full without having to farm extra battles for them.
3. Check your Reference menu
Battles and some side activities increase support points between units and link levels with emblems. Once you accumulate enough, your link or support will level up, unlocking a conversation and stat bonuses.
However, you won’t actually level up or start those conversations automatically. To do that, you need to go to your Referral menu and choose Support or Bonus to see what’s available. Anyone ready for a conversation will have a small speech bubble icon next to their name. It’s a good idea to check this whenever you can to make sure you’re not missing anything.
2. Play the Paralogues
A Fire Emblem tradition, Paralogues are optional side quests that become available as you progress through the story. The first ones you find allow you to recruit additional characters, so if you want to have as many as you can on your team, be sure to play them.
Later Paralogues focus on the Emblem characters, giving them a bit more backstory and unlocking their higher bond levels. The battles you face here often have special rules and are some of the most fun parts of Fire Emblem Engageso they are definitely worth checking out.
1. Plan for class changes
With only a few exceptions, units can change to a different class once they reach level 10. You’ll need a Master Seal to move to an advanced class or a Second Seal to change classes within the same level, both of which you can purchase at the Somniel.
Please note that each class has certain weapon proficiency requirements. Characters can acquire proficiencies by partnering with emblems, so if you want to make a big change, it’s a good idea to get the proficiency they need as soon as possible.
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