Emblem rings and Bond rings in Fire Emblem Engage

There are two rings in Fire Emblem Engage; an addition to the tactics, Engage rings, and Emblem rings. These are used in Fire Emblem Engage to unleash the full power of units. These rings can be used to inherit skills, change classes and strengthen the units. You need them to make the story progress smoothly and defeat the enemy units.

In this guide, you are going to learn more about the Emblem rings and Engage rings in Fire Emblem Engage.

Bond rings

Emblem rings in Fire Emblem Engage

  • With emblem rings, you can have the ability to possess the power of the previous Fire Emblem characters like Marth and Byleth.
  • Emblem rings give a boost to the stats of a unit or combat abilities, they are also able to merge with their respective characters to unleash to full potential and abilities. The units remain merged with their respective characters for three turns.
  • Emblem rings can be recharged by staying standing on the glowing blue tile on the battlefield or by defeating the enemies.
  • With emblem rings, you can bond with the emblem by defeating the enemies, the longer the bond the more abilities and skills will be gained.

Related: All Emblem Rings in Fire Emblem Engage

Bond rings Fire Emblem Engage

  • Bond rings can be created at the Ring Chamber on the Somniel for bond fragments. Bond rings are weaker than Emblem rings but still give some boost to the stats or abilities.
  • Bond rings are leveled up from the range of C to S. C is the lowest level while S is the highest level.
  • The ring with a higher level gives more boost to stats than with a higher level, so it is good to possess a ring with a higher level than a lower level.
  • If you are having multiple levels of the same ring you can melt them to have a higher level of the same ring by using bond fragments. You can get the bond fragments by socializing with the allies.