Fire Emblem Engage Classes – Which Class is Best?

Curious about the best Fire Emblem Engage classes? This guide contains all of the playable classes in the latest entry! From the different battle styles to the weapons they use, which do you prefer? Make sure to bookmark this page to refer back to as you play Fire Emblem Engage!

Fire Emblem Engage is a tactical RPG developed by Nintendo. It’s the latest entry in the long-running series that is loved by many fans. The great thing about Fire Emblem is that you don’t have to have any previous experience or knowledge of past games – you can get straight into the action! Play through an immersive storyline as you meet a variety of likable characters, followed by engaging combat.

For more Fire Emblem Engage content, take a look at our Fire Emblem Engage characters guide.

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Fire Emblem Engage Classes

Now, let’s take a look at the classes!

Exclusive Classes

Let’s take a look at the classes that are exclusive to Fire Emblem Engage.

Dragon Child

  • Weapon: Sword
  • Promotion: Divine Dragon
  • Battle Style: Dragon
  • Dragon Unit
  • Alear Only
Promotion: Divine Dragon
  • Weapon: Sword + Arts
  • Skill: Divine Spirit
  • Battle Style: Dragon
  • Dragon Unit
  • Alear and Lumera only

Noble (Céline)

  • Weapon: Tome + Sword
  • Promotion: Vidame
  • Battle Style: Mystical
  • Infantry
  • Céline only

Noble (Alfred)

  • Weapon: Lance
  • Promotion: Avenir
  • Battle Style: Cavalry
  • Mounted Unit
  • Alfred only
Promotion: Avenir
  • Weapon: Lance + Sword
  • Skill: Golden Lotus
  • Battle Style: Cavalry
  • Mounted Unit
  • Alfred only
Promotion: Vidame
  • Weapon: Tome + Sword + Staff
  • Skill: Ignis
  • Battle Style: Mystical
  • Infantry
  • Céline only

Lord (Diamant)

  • Weapon: Sword
  • Promotion: Successeur
  • Battle Style: Backup
  • Infantry
  • Diamant only

Lord (Alcryst)

  • Weapon: Bow
  • Promotion: Tireur d’elite
  • Battle Style: Cover
  • Infantry
  • Alcryst only
Promotion: Successeur
  • Weapon: Sword + Axe
  • Skill: Sol
  • Battle Style: Backup
  • Infantry
  • Diamant only
Promotion: Tireur d’elite
  • Weapon: Bow
  • Skill: Luna
  • Battle Style: Covert
  • Infantry
  • Alcryst only

Wing Tamer

  • Weapon: Tome + Staff
  • Promotion: Lindwurm (Ivy), Sleipnir Rider (Hortensia)
  • Battle Style: Flying
  • Flying Unit
  • Dragon Unit (Ivy)
  • Ivy and Hortensia only
Promotion: Lindwurm
  • Weapon: Tome + Staff
  • Skill: Grasping Void
  • Battle Style: Flying
  • Flying Unit
  • Dragon Unit
  • Ivy only
Promotion: Sleipnir Rider
  • Weapon: Tome + Staff
  • Skill: World Tree
  • Battle Style: Flying
  • Flying Unit
  • Hortensia only

Sentinel (Timerra)

  • Weapon: Lance
  • Promotion: Picket
  • Battle Style: Backup
  • Infantry
  • Timerra only

Sentinel (Fogado)

  • Weapon: Bow
  • Promotion: Cupido
  • Battle Style: Cavalry
  • Mounted Unit
  • Fogado only
Promotion: Picket
  • Weapon: Lance
  • Skill: Sandstorm
  • Battle Style: Backup
  • Infantry
  • Timerra only
Promotion: Cupido
  • Weapon: Bow + Sword
  • Skill: Back at You
  • Battle Style: Cavalry
  • Mounted Unit
  • Fogado only

Dancer

  • Weapon: Arts
  • Skill: Special Dance
  • Battle Style: Qi Adept
  • Infantry
  • Seadall only

Fell Child

  • Weapon: Tome + Knife
  • Skill: Fell Spirit
  • Battle Style: Dragon
  • Dragon Unit
  • Veyle only

Fire Emblem Engage Classes FAQ

Got some questions about our list? Or some questions about the game itself? We’ve got you covered.

What Is A Class?

A class is a role that your player character takes on in many RPGs or MMOs and determines your base stats, skills, and, often, appearance. Classes can also have different weapons and promotions within the game!

How Do I Promote a Class in Fire Emblem Engage?

To promote a class in Fire Emblem Engage you must level them up to level 10. Once you reach this threshold you can choose to promote the character to another class or continue leveling their current one.

If you’d like to know more about the game, visit the game’s official Nintendo page.

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