While there aren’t a ton of new features to love in Fire Emblem Engage, it’s the newest entry in the popular Fire Emblem franchise after Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which was launched way back in 2019. One thing Engage manages to do right is that it delivers a more combat-focused experience than its predecessor.
There are lots of role-playing strategy games you can enjoy on the Nintendo Switch, and the Fire Emblem franchise is one of the leading strategy series for a variety of reasons, including its wide range of characters. So in this article, we’ll be guiding you on how to unlock Wolf Knight Class in Fire Emblem Engage.
How to Unlock Wolf Knight Class in Fire Emblem Engage – Class Guide
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In Fire Emblem Engage, Wolf Knights are one of the Advanced Classes that you can easily identify on the battlefield thanks to the large white wolves they ride. These Wolf Knights also have an average raw strength but their full potential is seen during an assassination or camp destruction.
You can experience the class by recruiting Merrin as the character has Wolf Knight as her base class. It’s also worth adding that Wolf Knights are made up of three sub-classes ( Axe Wolf Knights, Sword Knights and Lance Wolf Knights) and are usually determined by the weapon the unit specializes in.
And since Wolf Knight is an Advanced Class in the game, any unit you want to use as Wolf Knight will need to have enough levels of a prerequisite class and weapon proficiencies. So below is what a unit needs to qualify for each type of Wolf Knight:
- Axe Wolf Knights: Level 10 Sword, Lance, or Axe Cavalier, proficiencies in Axes and Knives
- Sword Wolf Knights: Level 10 Sword, Lance, or Axe Cavalier, proficiencies in Swords and Knives
- Lance Wolf Knights: Level 10 Sword, Lance, or Axe Cavalier, proficiencies in Lances and Knives
After acquiring all the units that meet the prerequisites, you’ll only need a Master Seal to promote them to a Wolf Knight. You can find Master Seals in treasure chests and they can also be dropped by characters in certain chapters of the game. And if you don’t want to go through the trouble of finding them, you can simply buy them from a store once you’ve reached Chapter 17 for 2,500 Gold.
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