Look, I’ll be honest. The best part of any game is the chance to adopt as many pets as possible. That’s why Pokemon is a smash hit, and that’s why Fire Emblem Engage is the best installment in the series, full stop. What makes it even better is that there is a virtual zoo of animals you can cram into your farmyard, with many of them offering resources as their way of paying rent. Here’s all the adoptable animals in Fire Emblem Engage and how to get them.
All Adoptable Animals in Fire Emblem Engage
There are a total of 23 adoptable animals in Fire Emblem Engage, and they’ll be listed here in alphabetical order with their name, the location you can find them in, and the resources they provide.
|Name||Location||Resource Provided||How to Obtain|
|Aura Eagle||Brodia||Meat: beef, chicken, mutton, pork||Brodia Donation Level 2|
|Black Elyosian Dog||Multiple locations in Elyos||Silver Ingot||—|
|Calisson Chicken||Firene||Eggs||Firene Donation Level 2|
|Elusian Cat||Elusia||Cod||Elusia Donation Level 2|
|Elyosian Dog||Multiple locations in Elyos||Silver Ingot||—|
|Elyosian Pigeon||Multiple locations in Elyos||Nuts||—|
|Firenese Cat||Firene||Carp||Firene Donation Level 2|
|Hop Rabbit||Multiple locations in Elyos||Berries||—|
|Mere Donkey||Firene||Rare vegetables||Firene Donation Level 2|
|Northern Freecat||Multiple locations in Elyos||Fish||—|
|Panna Camel||Solm||Beans, rice, spices||Solm Donation Level 2|
|Rutile Marmot||Brodia||Rare fruit||Brodia Donation Level 2|
|Solmic Cat||Solm||Eel||Solm Donation Level 2|
|Southern Freecat||Multiple locations in Elyos||Salmon||—|
|Tartu Flamingo||Solm||Rare fish||Solm Donation Level 2|
|Vervain Deer||Elusia||Rare vegetables||Elusia Donation Level 2|
|White Elyosian Dog||Multiple locations in Elyos||Steel ingot||—|
|White Hop Rabbit||Brodia||Berries||—|
If you haven’t had any luck obtaining certain animals, you’ll be able to unlock that animal once its host country reaches Donation Level 3. Another fun fact, no matter what animal you have on the farm there’s a chance you’ll randomly get horse manure, milk, and eggs. I’d personally like to know how my dog is laying eggs.