The Best Emblems in Fire Emblem Engage: Emblem Ranking

The Best Emblems in Fire Emblem Engage: Emblem Ranking

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the emblem ring mechanic one Engage Fire Emblem sets it apart from other games in the franchise. Players can attach Emblem Rings to their units to summon past Fire Emblem characters (Emblems) to aid them in battle. Including the DLC, there are a total of fourteen emblems with different abilities, weapons, and unique effects. Since only a limited number of units are allowed per battle, it can be difficult to choose which emblems to bring with you. Luckily, this guide covers the best emblems for Fire Emblem Engage.

Emblem Tier List in Fire Emblem Engage

The usefulness and power of some Emblems in Fire Emblem Engage may surpass others, but all Emblems are perfectly usable. This ranking looks at the overall potential of emblems in all battles, although niche situations may call for lower tier emblems when the time is right. Combine these emblems with the best units for the most impactful results.

level emblems
S Lyn
A Ike
B Edelgard (+ Dimitri and Claude)
C Eireka

S tier emblems

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These emblems are the best in the game and they do a great job in every fight. You should prioritize these when leveling binding to unlock their skills.

Lyn is excellent Support Emblem that also deals heavy damage. When using Engage, her illusory doppelgangers protect her unit and chain their attacks, creating the potential for deadly combos.
Astra Bow is also beneficial, allowing you to launch a devastating attack from anywhere on the map. she Lightning Faster and willingness Skills also grant speed bonuses to units using bows.

Byleth can provide useful buffs to your entire army, and its Engage skills and abilities adapt to the user’s weapon type, making it very versatile. With the right strategy, you can easily overwhelm enemies with Byleth’s attack.

Tiki is only available to those who have purchased the Fire Emblem Engage Expansion Pass. she use skill can grant a revival stone to an ally, which is literally lifesaving in classic mode. your synchro ability, starspherealso quickly increases your unit growth, allowing you to level up much faster.

Sigurd has incredible mobility and damage potential. He can hit hard and run away quickly, avoiding counterattacks and positioning himself in a better spot on the battlefield. It can provide the mobility needed to make certain units more effective.

Marth is the first emblem you get in Fire Emblem Engage and one that sticks throughout the game. He is excellent at breaking enemies and can deal massive damage when engaged. Marth pairs well with Alear (the player character) due to the avoidance buff and synergy with Alear’s attacks.

A Tier emblems

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A-Tier Emblems might not be the absolute best, but they’re still solid and recommended for most battles. Ike can make a sturdy tank and cooperate well with it Axe user while Leif can provide decent bonuses when countering. Celica has the potential to deal ridiculous damage to tome users and can quickly surprise nearby enemies by warping and hitting them square in the face with a powerful magic attack.

B tier emblems

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A and S tier emblems certainly take place B class Emblems, but you will still want to use these in battles with a larger number of units available and in niche situations.

Micaiah can mainly come into contact with Great Sacrifice and heal any unit on the battlefield (at the cost of losing their health).

Lucina can bestow excellent bonuses on bow users and bombard enemies with chain attacks.

Edelgard can be vital when the enemy has a number of archers bow guard. She can be as powerful as S-Tier characters with different abilities, but the unpredictability of which ability will activate lets her down.

Roy is helpful when playing in Classic mode as he can use Hold Out to prevent a unit from being killed. Its Strength and Attack bonuses also work well with sword-wielding units. Finally, Micah

C tier emblem

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C-tier emblems are by no means bad; Their “faults” are generally due to the experience required to use them. Corrins ice vein has a separate effect for everyone Class that can still be used in incredibly effective ways, but can be difficult to manage. Erik is highly adaptable as she can switch between solar and lunar clamps, but this can also put her in a bad position if used haphazardly.

Engage Fire Emblem is now available exclusively for Nintendo Switch.

– This article was updated on January 24, 2023

The Best Emblems in Fire Emblem Engage: Emblem Ranking