Fire Emblem Engage Training Battle Guides – Everything you need to know

by Ana Lopez

looking for a Fire Emblem Engage training battle guide? Search no further! We’ve created this handy guide to help you take part in the challenges easily and effectively. They can be very useful when editing EXP and SP. Don’t forget to bookmark this page to refer back to while playing the game.

Fire Emblem Engage is a tactical RPG developed by Nintendo. It is the latest entry in the long-running series loved by many fans. The beauty of Fire Emblem is that you don’t need any previous experience or knowledge of previous games – you can get started right away! Play through a compelling storyline as you meet a variety of likable characters, followed by captivating battles.

For more Fire Emblem Engage content, check out our Fire Emblem Engage Character Guide, Fire Emblem Engage Romance Guide, and our Fire Emblem Engage Class Guide.

Fire Emblem Engage Training Battle Guide

Now let’s move on to the guide!

What are training fights?

Training battles are great challenges that reward you with extra EXP. However, you must survive to the end. They’re actually a lot like Skirmishes!

Keep in mind that the character must survive to get the extra EXP, as those who fell will not receive the bonus. They don’t appear regularly though, so it’s best to join training battles as soon as you see them.

Training battles are only available after completing a battle in the Fire Emblem Engage world. After each battle, you may participate in a total of 3 training battles. It’s best to get into the habit of going to these training battles every time you complete a battle!

Unlock training battles

To unlock the Fire Emblem Engage training battle system, you’ll need to access the Arena in the Somniel. You can also go to Cafe Terrace Plaza to be taken to a special room to access the battles!

You should also make sure your characters are equipped with emblem rings when you take them into training battles. Interestingly, the training battles are fully AI controlled, but you can select specific skills and weapons in advance.

To learn more about the game, visit the game’s official website Nintendo page.

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