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Here Are the Three Houses Characters in Fire Emblem Engage

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Nintendo shared detailed information on how the Dimitri, Edelgard, and Claude DLC will play in Fire Emblem Engage. The three of them work as a single unit. You have to purchase them separately from the game, since they are expansion pass characters. But since the add-on will be available as soon as the game is out, you can get them right away.

Since December 2022, we knew that the Three Houses Lords would be part of the first Expansion Pass in Fire Emblem Engage. Tiki, who has been a recurring character in the Fire Emblem series, is also part of the same Pass. Aside from getting the two units, you can also get new accessories and maps.

Every turn, the game randomly selects whether you are using Dimitri, Edelgard, or Claude. However, all of them share the same Engage Skills. The first one is a series of hits (with an ax, lance, and arrow), and their second boosts how much EXP the equipped character gets.

Dimitri, Edelgard, and Claude were the three Lord characters from Fire Emblem: Three Houses. They will look like they did when they were at the Academy. In addition, all three of their voice actors reprised their roles. As a reminder, they are:

  • Dimitri: Kaito Ishikawa (Genos in One Punch Man, Iida in My Hero Academia)
  • Edelgard: Ai Kakuma (Lenalee in D.Gray-Man Hallow, Rosaria in Genshin Impact)
  • Claude: Toshiyuki Toyonaga (Oberon in Fate/Grand Order, Cheng Xiaoshi in Link Click)

Fire Emblem Engage will come out on January 20, 2023 for the Nintendo Switch, and the Fire Emblem Engage Expansion Pass DLC that contains Dimitri, Edelgard, Claude, and Tiki will come out on the same day.

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