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How to Get Bond Fragments in Fire Emblem Engage

If you like it you should put a ring on it

by Daphne Fama

Fire Emblem Engage has just released and to say that longtime fans of the franchise are obsessed is an understatement. But a massive part of this game, which brings together new characters and old, is the Bond Ring. And to get a Bond Ring? You’re going to need Bond Fragments. Here’s precisely how to get Bond Fragments in Fire Emblem Engage.

How to Get Bond Fragments in Fire Emblem Engage

Bond Rings are items that you can equip to boost your Emblems and units, so it’s wonderful that Bond Fragments are fairly easy to obtain. The primary way you’ll be acquiring these fragments is by playing the game as normal. That’s right, you’ll just need to work through the campaign and complete story missions in order to acquire them. But there are also a few other options to farm as many Bond Fragments as possible:

  • By completing optional tasks and turning them in at the Bulletin Board in Somniel
  • Explore for Bond Fragments Post-Battle (speak to your party members and they may give you fragments)
  • Activities in Somniel, such as fishing or playing

And once you’ve obtained a total of 100 Bond Fragments, you’ll then be able to craft a Bond Ring.

Crafting a Bond Ring only requires you to go to the floating island Somniel’s ring chamber, where you’ll see a series of pedestal. Interact with the one that provides you a prompt and you will then be able to select the unit you wish to make a Bond Ring for.

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Once you have a Bond Ring, you can even upgrade it. But upgrading a Bond Ring requires you to meld different tiered rings together, with those tiers ranging from C-Tier to S-Tier. And upgrading a Bond Ring is the same process as it is to craft one.

Daphne Fama

A lawyer turned game journalist, Daphne Fama spends an inordinate amount of time playing games across the spectrum but she'll always have a soft spot for horror and JPRGs. Want to see all the best animal pictures the internet has to offer? Follow her on twitter at @DaphneFama.