Fire Emblem Engage Classes – Full List, How to Promote & More

Here's everything you need to know about all Fire Emblem Engage classes.

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Every character in every Fire Emblem game has different fighting classes. Each of them has its strengths and weaknesses that show how different they are from one another. In this guide, players will learn the basics of classes including how to promote one class and more, so read on.

Fire Emblem Engage Classes – The Complete List

There are three types of categories for classes in Fire Emblem Engage that players will need to know:

  • Basic
  • Advanced
  • Exclusive

List of all Fire Emblem Engage Base Classes

The list below is all of the base classes in Fire Emblem Engage:

Class

Description

Weapon

Archer

Light infantry who can fight with a bow. They can attack from a distance.

Bow

Axe Armor

Heavily armored axe-wielders clad in tough armor. They have high defense, but magic is their bane.

Axe

Axe Cavalier

Axe-wielding knights who ride freely about the battlefield. They strike a good balance of skills.

Axe

Axe Fighter

Proven warriors with an axe. Their swings are fierce, but leave them open to retaliation.

Axe

Axe Flier

Axe-wielders who soar through the sky on their pegasus mounts. Strong against magic, but weak to bows.

Axe

Lance Armor

Heavily armored lancers clad in tough armor. They have high defense, but magic is their bane.

Lance

Lance Cavalier

Lance-wielding knights who ride freely about the battlefield. They strike a good balance of skills.

Lance

Lance Fighter

Soldiers who fight with a lance. They strike just the right balance between offense and defense.

Lance

Lance Flier

Lance users who soar through the sky on their pegasus mounts. Strong against magic, but weak to bows.

Lance

Martial Monk

Combat monks who use staves to heal wounded allies. They are versed in the martial arts of self-defense.

Staff & Arts

Sword Armor

Heavily armored sword fighters clad in tough armor. They have high defense, but magic is their bane.

Sword

Sword Cavalier

Sword-wielding knights who ride freely about the battlefield. They strike a good balance of skills.

Sword

Sword Fighter

Footsoldiers who take pride in their skill with a blade. They avoid enemy attacks with nimble footwork.

Sword

Sword Flier

Sword fighters who soar through the sky on their pegasus mounts. Strong against magic, but weak to bows.

Sword

Thief

A special kind of base class.

Knife

List of all Fire Emblem Engage Advanced Classes

The list below is all of the Advanced Classes in Fire Emblem Engage:

Class

Description

Weapon

Berserker

Mighty warriors of unparalleled strength. They cleave foes in twain with huge axes.

Axe

Bow Knight (Axe)

Bow users that fire from the saddle and outflank foes with high mobility.

Axe & Tome

Bow Knight (Lance)

Bow users that fire from the saddle and outflank foes with high mobility.

Lance & Tome

Bow Knight (Sword)

Bow users that fire from the saddle and outflank foes with high mobility.

Sword & Tome

General (Axe)

Heavily armored fighters boasting both an impenetrable defense and a fearsome offense.

Axe

General (Lance)

Heavily armored fighters boasting both an impenetrable defense and a fearsome offense.

Lance

General (Sword)

Heavily armored fighters boasting both an impenetrable defense and a fearsome offense.

Sword

Great Knight (Lance & Sword)

Heavily armored knights clad in thick armor. They defend their allies with a variety of weapons.

Lance & Sword

Great Knight (Lance)

Heavily armored knights clad in thick armor. They defend their allies with a variety of weapons.

Lance & Axe

Great Knight (Sword)

Heavily armored knights clad in thick armor. They defend their allies with a variety of weapons.

Sword & Axe

Griffin Knight (Axe)

Experienced knights who fly through the skies on a griffin. They are well-balanced and can use staves.

Axe & Staff

Griffin Knight (Lance)

Experienced knights who fly through the skies on a griffin. They are well-balanced and can use staves.

Lance & Staff

Griffin Knight (Sword)

Experienced knights who fly through the skies on a griffin. They are well-balanced and can use staves.

Sword & Staff

Halberdier

Lance-wielders with a great deal of battlefield experience. Several cuts above common lance fighters.

Lance

Hero (Axe)

Accomplished veterans proficient in several weapons and can easily cut through the front lines.

Axe & Sword

Hero (Lance)

Accomplished veterans proficient in several weapons and can easily cut through the front lines.

Lance & Sword

High Priest

Masters of staves with wisdom from experience. Their healing powers are lifesaving in battle.

Tome, Staff, & Arts

Mage Knight (Axe)

Magic users who cast spells from tomes and use an axe. Strong against enemies with high defense.

Axe & Tome

Mage Knight (Lance)

Magic users who cast spells from tomes and use a lance. Strong against enemies with high defense.

Lance & Tome

Mage Knight (Sword)

Magic users who cast spells from tomes and use a sword. Strong against enemies with high defense.

Sword & Tome

Martial Master

Experienced monks trained in martial arts. They excel at hand-to-hand combat as well as healing.

Staff & Arts

Paladin (Axe)

High-ranked knights with extensive expeirence, poessessing great mobility and resistance to any sorts of magic.

Axe

Paladin (Lance)

High-ranked knights with extensive expeirence, poessessing great mobility and resistance to any sorts of magic.

Lance

Paladin (Sword)

High-ranked knights with extensive expeirence, poessessing great mobility and resistance to any sorts of magic.

Sword

Royal Knight

Noble knights tear across the battlefield on horseback, rallying their allies. They can also use staves.

Staff & Lance

Sage

Experienced mages who can call upon great power. Capable of using both tomes and staves.

Staff & Tome

Sniper

Masters of the bow target their foes' weak points with precision strikes.

Bow

Swordmaster

Master sword fighters who avoid attacks by a hair's breadth and retaliate with might skills.

Sword

Warrior

Skilled experts in annihilating their enemies. They are capable of bows as well as axes.

Axe & Bow

Wolf Knight (Axe)

Knights who dart over the battlefield mounted on wolves. Their knife strikes are the ruin of enemy camps.

Axe & Knife

Wolf Knight (Lance)

Knights who dart over the battlefield mounted on wolves. Their knife strikes are the ruin of enemy camps.

Lance & Knife

Wolf Knight (Sword)

Knights who dart over the battlefield mounted on wolves. Their knife strikes are the ruin of enemy camps.

Sword & Knife

Wyren Knight (Lance & Sword)

Experienced Knights who fly through the skies on wyverns. Though powerful, they fear bows and magic.

Lance & Sword

Wyren Knight (Lance)

Experienced Knights who fly through the skies on wyverns. Though powerful, they fear bows and magic.

Lance & Axe

Wyren Knight (Sword)

Experienced Knights who fly through the skies on wyverns. Though powerful, they fear bows and magic.

Sword & Axe

How to Promote Classes in Fire Emblem Engage?

When a fighter’s class level reaches level 10, players can promote them to a higher tier using a Master Seal, an item that can be purchased from in-game vendors for a cost of 2500 Gold.

When a character reaches the requirements, Open the Menu and select the character that is level 10 or higher to trigger a drop-down menu and select the last option Class Change. In that option, players are given a list of classes that each character can change into.

How to Change Classes in Fire Emblem Engage?

Players can change a character’s class by using an item called the Second Seal. Like in Fire Emblem Three House, players can use this item by purchasing it from shops and vendors scattered throughout the map.


And that’s our guide on all the classes found in Fire Emblem Engage. If players love this guide, check out our other Fire Emblem-related guides below:

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