Fire Emblem Engage Lessons | Pocket tactics

by Ana Lopez

If you’re a Fire Emblem fan gearing up for Nintendo’s latest entry in the popular tactical RPG series, you’re probably wondering what the confirmed Fire Emblem Engage Classes are – and, of course, how to promote or swap them this time around. Whether you’re a returning player or a new player, we’re here to help with our comprehensive guide to FEE lessonsgoing through everything you need to know about this core mechanic.

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What are Fire Emblem Engage Classes?

As with previous Fire Emblem games and many other RPGs, Fire Emblem Engage classes dictate each unit’s playstyles and capabilities. Each class has its own weaknesses, strengths and specific weapon skills, so choosing a team with the right classes to counter enemies is essential if you want to emerge victorious.

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How do I promote Fire Emblem Engage classes?

You can promote a character’s class when they reach level ten. To promote a class to a higher level, you must use one Master Seal – a material that can be purchased from in-game vendors.

How do I edit Fire Emblem Engage classes?

If you ever need a switch, you can change a character’s class by using a second seal. As with previous games and the Master Seals required for promotions, Second Seals can be purchased from in-game vendors. Note that you can only change a character’s class to a character with the same ability.

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All Fire Emblem Engage classes

Below we’ve listed all of the basic and advanced Fire Emblem Engage classes, along with their users, weapons, and a brief description of what the class does. We’re not sure of all users for each class right now, but we’ll be sure to update this guide when we have a full list.

Basic FEE lessons

Archer

  • Users: Etie
  • Weapon: bow
  • Description: Light infantry units that attack from a distance

Ax armor

  • Users: jade
  • Weapon: axe
  • Description: Heavily armored ax wielders with high defense and a soft spot for magic

Ax Cavalier

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: axe
  • Description: Mounted knights who swing an axe and ride freely around the battlefield, possessing a balanced set of skills

Ax fighter

  • Users: Boucheron, Anna
  • Weapon: axe
  • Description: Strong, axe-wielding warriors with fierce swings that deal high damage but leave them open to incoming attacks

Ax kite

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: axe
  • Description: Ax wielders flying on pegasus mounts. They are strong against magic, but weak against bows

Dragon Child

  • Users: Alear (male and female)
  • Weapon: sword
  • Description: Descendants of a lineage of ancient dragons, they can wield swords unique to the Divine Dragon

Lance armor

  • Users: Louis
  • Weapon: lance
  • Description: Heavily armored lancers with a high defense but a soft spot for magic

Lance Cavalier

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: lance
  • Description: Knights with lance on horseback who ride freely around the battlefield and have a balanced set of skills

Lance fighter

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: lance
  • Description: Balanced, lance-wielding soldiers with a good balance between attack and defense

Lance flyer

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: lance
  • Description: lancers flying on pegasus mounts. They are strong against magic, but weak against bows

magician

  • Users: Citrine, Clanne
  • Weapon: tome
  • Description: magic users who cast spells with their tomes. They are strong against enemies with high defenses

martial monk

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: Staff, Art
  • Description: Battle monks who can heal allies while also using martial arts as a form of self-defense

noble

  • Users: Alfred, Celine
  • Weapon: sword, tome
  • Description: Nobles born into a royal family, skilled in magic and able to wield a sword when needed

Sword armor

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: sword
  • Description: Heavily armored swordsmen with high defense and a soft spot for magic

Sword Cavalier

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: sword
  • Description: Knights with swords on horseback who ride freely around the battlefield and possess a balanced set of skills

Swordsman

  • Users: Lapis
  • Weapon: sword
  • Description: Foot soldiers with advanced knife skills, able to deftly dodge enemy attacks

Sword kite

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: sword
  • Description: Swordsmen flying on pegasus mounts. They are strong against magic, but weak against bows

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Advanced FEE Classes

Avenier

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: sword, lance
  • Description: A mounted prince who excels with a lance and is serviceable with a knife

Berserker

  • Users: Panette
  • Weapon: axe
  • Description: Mighty warriors who wield great strength and massive axes

Arch Knight

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: sword, bow
  • Description: Mounted bow users who are able to outflank enemies with their high mobility

General

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: sword
  • Description: Heavily armored with strong offensive and defensive skills

Great Knight

  • Users: Bunet
  • Weapon: sword, lance
  • Description: Heavily armored knights who defend their allies with a variety of weapons and skills

Griffin Knight

  • Users: Chloe
  • Weapon: axe, staff
  • Description: Skilled, well-balanced knights flying atop griffins

Halberdier

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: lance
  • Description: Experienced lance bearers who excel above ordinary lancers

Hero

  • Users: Goldmary
  • Weapon: sword, lance
  • Description: Experienced veterans proficient in multiple weapons and able to cut through the front lines with ease

High priest

  • Users: Pandreo
  • Weapon: tome, staff, art
  • Description: Masterful stave-wielders with life-saving healing skills

Magic Knight

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: axe, tome
  • Description: Mounted, magical knights who can cast spells as well as engage in melee combat

War master

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: Staff, Art
  • Description: Experienced monks excel at both healing and hand-to-hand combat

Paladin

  • Users: Amber, Vander
  • Weapon: lance
  • Description: Highly ranked, skilled knights with high mobility and great magical defense

Royal Knight

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: lance, staff
  • Description: Mounted, noble knights, able to collect allies

Wise

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: tome, staff
  • Description: Skilled magicians with great strength and the ability to wield both volumes and staves

Sniper

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: bow
  • Description: Master bow wielders who target their enemies’ weak points with precise strikes

Swordmaster

  • Users: Kagetsu
  • Weapon: sword
  • Description: Experienced swordsmen who deftly dodge attacks and retaliate with mighty skills

vidame

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: sword, tome, staff
  • Description: Magic-wielding swordsmen who cut through enemy mages and can also wield staves

warrior

  • Users: TBD
  • Weapon: axe, bow
  • Description: Skilled experts who can wield bows and axes to destroy their enemies

wolf knight

  • Users: Merrin
  • Weapon: sword, knife
  • Description: Highly mobile knights who ride wolves into battle and take down enemies with powerful blade attacks

Wyvern Knight

  • Users: Rosado
  • Weapon: lance, axe
  • Description: Experienced knights who lead wyverns into battle. They are powerful, but weak to bows and magic

That’s all we have about the Fire Emblem Engage classes for now. If you’re hungry for a new adventure, check out our lists of the best gacha games or the best Switch RPGs. Or for a break from all the waifus and manos, check out our full Pokédex to see how many ‘mons’ you can grab.

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