What's the Difference Between Gold and Silver Corrupted in Fire Emblem Engage? - Answered - Prima Games

What’s the Difference Between Gold and Silver Corrupted in Fire Emblem Engage? – Answered

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by Madison Benson
Difference Between Gold and Silver Corrupted in Fire Emblem

After progressing through Fire Emblem Engage and reaching Chapter 6 of the main story, you’ll unlock Skirmish battles that net you various rewards. While regular corrupted Skirmishes alone are helpful, Silver and Gold Corrupted are what you’re truly after. This leaves an important question: What, exactly, is the difference between these two? If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover the main differences between Gold and Silver Corrupted enemies in Fire Emblem Engage.

The Difference Between Gold and Silver Corrupted in Fire Emblem Engage

As you venture around the map and look for Skirmishes, you’ll encounter one of three possibilities. It’ll appear as a regular, Silver Corrupted, or Gold Corrupted Skirmish, which you can view on the right side of your screen. Once you enter battle, you’ll encounter numerous regular corrupted enemies and one Silver or Gold version.

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Gold and Silver Corrupted Skirmishes in Fire Emblem Engage

Silver Corrupted enemies, in most regions, spawn more frequently than their Gold counterparts. When defeated, they drop additional experience and skill points for whoever lands the final blow. While more experience is already beneficial for raising your character’s levels faster, the SP bonus is crucial for any units wearing Emblem Rings. You can go about this two ways: either use a character who really needs some extra EXP to deal the killing blow or use a powerful character with an Emblem Ring equipped to gain both EXP and SP.

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Silver Corrupted in Fire Emblem Engage

Gold Corrupted, on the other hand, are slightly rarer and drops additional money upon defeat. They’ll usually give around 1000-2000 gold, providing a small but helpful boost to the piggy bank. If you’re looking to buy some new gear or level up your countries, getting extra money can significantly help you save up for your next upgrade.

Fire Emblem Engage is available on Nintendo Switch through the official website. If you’d like to learn more about the game, check out All Celica‚Äôs Bond Rings Listed and How to Buy Gifts in Fire Emblem Engage.

Madison Benson

Madison is a Canadian writer who has played video games for over twenty years. If she isn't playing games on her PC, she's likely hanging out with her dogs and rabbits.