Fire Emblem Engage Rings – All Rings Listed

Not sure which Fire Emblem Engage rings to choose? We’ve created this handy guide to help you pick the rings that are best for your characters! The ring system can be pretty confusing at first, especially when choosing specific ones for their abilities and boosts. Remember to bookmark this page to refer back to when unlocking and equipping your Emblem Rings!

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, Fire Emblem Engage romance guide, and our Fire Emblem Engage classes guide.

Fire Emblem Engage Rings Guide

Now, let’s move on to the guide!

Emblem Rings

  • Ring of the Hero-King
    • Emblem: Marth
    • Weapons: Rapier, Mercurius, Falchion
    • Skills: Perceptive, Break Defenses, Divine Speed, Lodestar Rush
  • Ring of the Caring Princess
    • Emblem: Celica
    • Weapons: Seraphim, Recover, Ragnarok
    • Skills: Holy Stance, Resonance, Favorite Food, Echo, Warp Ragnarok
  • Ring of the Holy Knight
    • Emblem: Sigurd
    • Weapons: Ridersbane, Brave Lance, Tyrfing
    • Skills: Canter, Gallop, Override
  • Ring of the Sage Lord
    • Emblem: Leif
    • Weapons: Killer Axe, Master Lance, Light Brand
    • Skills: Adaptability, Tetra Trick
  • Ring of the Young Lion
    • Emblem: Roy
    • Weapons: Lancereaver, Wyrmslayer, Binding Blade
    • Skills: Transcendence, Lion’s Crimson Blaze, Dance
  • Ring of the Lady of the Plains
    • Emblem: Lyn
    • Weapons: Killer Bow, Mani Katti, Mulagir
    • Skills: Desperation, Call Doubles, Astra Storm
  • Ring of the Azure Twins
    • Emblem: Eirika and Ephraim
    • Weapons: Rapier, Wind Sword, Sieglinde
    • Skills: Lunar Brace, Solar Brace, Sacred Twins, Twin Strike
  • Ring of the Dawn Maiden
    • Emblem: Micaiah
    • Weapons: Shine, Nosferatu, Thani
    • Skills: Augment, Great Sacrifice
  • Ring of the Radiant Hero
    • Emblem: Ike
    • Weapons: Hammer, Urvan, Ragnell
    • Skills: Steadfast, Supreme Aether
  • Ring of the Exalt Princess
    • Emblem: Lucina
    • Weapons: Noble Rapier, Parthia, Parallel Falchion
    • Skills: Bond, Shield of Bonds, All For One
  • Ring of the Crux of Fate
    • Emblem: Corrin
    • Weapons: Dragon Fang, Kodachi, Dual Katana
    • Skills: Dragon Vein, Dreadful Aura, Draconic Hex, Heartseeker, Torrential Roar
  • Ring of the Instructor
    • Emblem: Byleth
    • Weapons: Sword of the Creator, Aymr, Areadbhar, Failnaught, Thyrsus, Luin, Rafail Gem, Blutgang, Vajra-Mushti
    • Skills: Divine Pulse, Instruct, Goddess Dance

DLC Rings

  • Bracelet of the Ancestor
    • Emblem: Tiki
    • Weapons: Ice Breath, Eternal Claw, Smash Tail
    • Skills: Starsphere’s Protection, Dragon Transformation, Divine Dragon’s Blessing
  • Bracelet of the Three Houses
    • Emblem: Edelgard, Dimitri, Claude
    • Weapons: Aymr, Areadbhar, Failnaught
    • Skills: Friendly Rivalry, Lineage, Flame Gambit, Great Shield, Poisoned Arrows, Combat Arts
      •  Raging Storm (Edelgard)
      • Atrocity (Dimitri)
      • Fallen Star (Claude)

What Are Fire Emblem Engagee Rings?

Rings allow players to summon characters from past Fire Emblem games. The more you take part in battles while equipped with the Emblem Ring, the stronger your bond will be with the ring. Increasing your bond with the ring will allow you to unlock brand-new abilities.

The spirit of past characters provide your current characters with an impressive stat boost too. Each ring has a unique range of weapons and skills – equip wisely!

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

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