The Fire Emblem games are all about epic battles, camaraderie, and hope in the face of overwhelming odds and evils. But above all that, it’s about romance. You know what I’m talking about, because you’re here, reading this article. Here’s who you can romance in the Fire Emblem Engage DLC – Answered.
Who Can You Romance in the Fire Emblem Engage DLC – Answered
Wave 4 brought quite a few studs and studettes into the Somniel. And if there’s one hard rule in Fire Emblem Engage, it’s that if they can be deployed in battle, they can be Pact Ring married. But not all of these relationships fall into the category of romance.
I’ll be breaking down each one into the Platonic or Romanceable category below. So, be aware of spoilers!
- Gregory – Romantic.
- Madeline – Platonic.
- Nel – Romantic. So romantic.
- Nil – Romantic.
- Zelestia – Romantic-ish.
Like standard units, these DLC characters will get the Pact Ring bonus. This bonus, called the Boon of Elyos, will trigger for both your chosen Pact Ring wearer and Alear. The Boon of Elyos provides a boost in Crit and Dodge for both units at the start of combat. The bonus is equal to twice the number of allies who have acted previously, so this is best used near the end of your turn.
Related: How to Get the Mage Cannoneer in Fire Emblem Engage
Your chosen Pact Ring wearer will also get a sparkly new entry into the Ally Notebook, which will give you a glimpse into their life with the Divine Dragon. There is also a special bit of dialogue regarding the Divine Dragon and the Pact Ring wearer at the end of the game.
But if you’re not really sure that you want to give it to one of the Four Winds or the Fell Dragon twins, this article might help you decide: All Paired Endings and Mementos in Fire Emblem Engage.