Fire Emblem Engage – Emblem Introduction: Corrin (Emblem of Fates)

Fire Emblem Engage features various characters from past Fire Emblem games, who are called Emblems. They appear in the form of Emblem Rings that units can equip in order to get a stats boost, but also gain access to special skills and abilities. And in this post, we’re going to take a look at Corrin, who is known as the Emblem of Fates!

Here’s a video showcasing this Emblem in action:

This video also includes part of a scene where Corrin is seen discussing with Alear. It looks like the two of them have a pretty similar vibe…

Corrin (voiced by Satomi Satou in Japanese) possesses an unbreakable heart, and carries the blood of the First Dragons.

Using the Corrin’s power, you can control both enemy actions and terrain effects to your advantage. She’s a fairly reliable Emblem who can use buffs and debuffs effectively to gain the upper hand.

Her weapon, skills, and abilities are as follows:

  • Sync Skill: Dragon Vein. With this, you can add various special effects to terrain. For example, a Flying Unit will be able to add the Aroma (official English name TBC!) effect, which is a Healing effect. The effect you get depends on the Fighting Style of the Unit wearing Corrin’s Emblem Ring. Dragon Units can select any effect!
  • Engage Weapon: Dual Katana. This weapon “reverses” the usual Weapon Triangle system. Despite being a sword, it has the advantage against the Spear, but as a result, it’s weak against Axes.
  • Engage Skill: Curse (official English name TBC!). Prevents the enemy located within 1 space from your Unit from moving when you’re on the offensive. Pretty handy when enemies are clustered in one place!
  • Engage Attack: Torrential Roar. Attacks enemies on 3 spaces in front of your Unit, and gives terrain the “Puddle” effect (Evasion Down). If enemies are all lined up, use this powerful attack to not only hit them all at once, but also make it harder for them to counterattack!

Fire Emblem Engage (Switch) comes out on January 20th worldwide.


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