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How to link your Fire Emblem Engage and Fire Emblem Heroes account

Just like in the days when you could unlock bonuses for having save data on your memory card from certain games when a new one comes out, Fire Emblem Engage lets you unlock some extra goodies if you’ve played the mobile title, Fire Emblem Heroes. However, since the days of memory cards are long-gone, you will need to go through a few extra steps to unlock these extra rewards. Here’s how to link your Fire Emblem Engage and Heroes account to get some bonus items.

What You Need

  • Mobile phone with Fire Emblem Heroes
  • Nintendo Switch with Fire Emblem Engage
  • Internet access

How to link your Fire Emblem Engage and Heroes account

There are six bonus items you can get in Fire Emblem Engage if you have played Fire Emblem Heroes. To claim them, you will need to link your accounts.

Step 1: Open Fire Emblem Heroes on your phone.

Step 2: Select the Quests and Missions icon.

Step 3: Either create or link your existing Nintendo Account.

Step 4: Go to the MyNintendo Rewards section and select the Nintendo Switch Game Bonus Code.

Step 5: Write down the 16-digit code you are given. Note that you only have 150 days to redeem your code after receiving it before it expires

Step 6: Go to the Nintendo eShop on your Switch and select Enter Code and input the code.

Step 7: Launch Fire Emblem Engage and visit the Somniel. You will automatically be notified of the rewards being added to your inventory.

The six rewards you get for linking your accounts are: Folkvangr sword Fensalir lance Noatun axe Alfonse S-rank bond ring Sharena S-rank bond ring Anna S-rank bond ring

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Excited for Fire Emblem Engage? What if you play Fire Emblem Heroes too? Well, in addition to a recently revealed banner of Engage characters added to Heroes, you can also get some Heroes goodies for Engage through My Nintendo. And the process is pretty simple!

  • Link Fire Emblem Heroes to your Nintendo Account.
  • Go to the My Nintendo reward screen in-game and redeem the “Nintendo Switch Bonus Code 5 Orbs” reward. (It costs 0 Platinum Points.)
  • You’ll receive a 16-digit download code that you can enter into the Switch eShop.
  • Launch Fire Emblem Engage, and as soon as you enter Somniel (the home base) the items will be sent to you.

The list of items includes the following:

  • Fólkvangr (Alfonse’s Sword)
  • Fenslair (Sharena’s Lance)
  • Nóatún (Anna’s Axe)
  • Alfonse S-rank Bond Ring
  • Sharena S-rank Bond Ring
  • Anna S-rank Bond Ring

And you’ll of course get five orbs in FEH. The reward goes live on this Thursday, January 19th, at 5 p.m. PT. Fire Emblem Engage releases this Friday, January 20th.

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Fire Emblem Engage: How to Claim the Fire Emblem Heroes Bonus Bond Rings Weapons

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The newly released tactical strategy title Fire Emblem Engage shares more than just a franchise and title with the mobile app Fire Emblem Heroes. Both games involve the protagonist partnering up with characters from throughout the Fire Emblem series to battle and defeat their foes. With how similar they are, it’s only natural that a crossover between the two games would also exist.

Currently, none of the Heroes-exclusive characters show up in Engage as summon-able Emblems. However, Princess Veronica of Embla is planned to be added to the third wave of DLC. Until then, players can unlock a special Heroes-related bonus via the app. This bonus comes in the form of three weapons and three Bond Rings modeled after Heroes’ main characters: Prince Alfonse, Princess Sharena, and Commander Anna. Bond Rings are accessory rings that can increase a unit’s stats in battle as well as grant them special abilities. Here’s how to unlock these special bonus Bond Rings inspired by Fire Emblem Heroes.

Create a Fire Emblem Heroes Account Link Your Nintendo Account

To unlock these bonuses, you first need to create a Fire Emblem Heroes account. The app is available on both Android and iOS Smart devices. If you are solely interested in claiming the bonus items, don’t worry – you only need to create an account and beat the prologue of Heroes to unlock them. You can feel free to delete the app once you’ve claimed your bonus if you have no interest in playing Heroes further.

When you create a Fire Emblem Heroes account, you will be prompted to link your My Nintendo account. In order to claim the bonus, you must link the same Nintendo account to Fire Emblem Heroes that you are using to play Fire Emblem Engage.

Find Input the Bonus Code

On the home screen of Fire Emblem Heroes, click on the statue labeled “Quests Missions” at the bottom right. Then, click on the blue and gold coin icon that appears in the top right. This icon will likely be flashing, meaning that you have unclaimed rewards you can grab.

Once you click on this icon, you will be taken to the My Nintendo Rewards menu. There, you will see a free reward called “Nintendo Switch Game Bonus Code 5 Orbs.” Click on this to discover a 16-digit code. (The 5 Orbs given as part of this bonus are items used to summon new characters in Fire Emblem Heroes, and cannot be used in Engage.)

Write down, copy, or otherwise save this bonus code. Then, on your Nintendo Switch, go to the Nintendo eShop and scroll down until you reach the option “Redeem Code.” Enter the code in the space provided to unlock the “Order of Heroes Item Set.”

Claim Your Prize

Finally, open Fire Emblem Engage and you should automatically receive your prize. If you do not, you may need to restart the game for the bonus to appear. Keep in mind that, as you cannot receive or use bonus items prior to Chapter 3 of the game, if you are not yet at Chapter 3, the items will not be given to you until you reach that point. You will get them the first time you enter the Somniel, the relaxing hub that you can visit between battles.

The contents of the Order of Heroes Item Set are as follows:

  • Folkvangr, Prince Alfonse’s sword (Grants Attack3 if user’s HP is 50% or less)
  • Fensalir, Princess Sharena’s lance (Inflicts Attack-2 on adjacent foes at the start of player phase)
  • Noatun, Commander Anna’s axe (Grants Move1 if user’s HP is 40% or less)
  • Alfonse Bond Ring (2 HP, 2 Strength, 1 Defense, Spur Attack skill – Allies adjacent to the unit at the start of turn get 2 Attack for that turn)
  • Sharena Bond Ring (2 HP, 1 Speed, 2 Defense, Fortify Defense skill – Allies adjacent to the unit at the start of turn get 2 Defense for that turn)
  • Anna Bond Ring (2 HP, 2 Speed, 1 Resistance, Spur Resistance skill – Allies adjacent to the unit at the start of turn get 2 Resistance for that turn)

These weapons and Bond Rings are extremely powerful, so you should definitely make sure to claim this reward as soon as possible! You can also check out GameLuster’s other guides for more information about Fire Emblem Engage, including how to unlock the currently available DLC Emblems.

Have you been using the Order of Heroes weapons and Bond Rings in Fire Emblem Engage? Which units have you been pairing them with? Which is your favorite? Comment below and let us know!

Fire Emblem Heroes x Fire Emblem Engage collab. now live; events and special rewards

Fire Emblem Engage is now available worldwide on Nintendo Switch, and to celebrate, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have launched a collab. with Fire Emblem Heroes on Smart devices. There’s several events to take part in, as well as goodies to claim in both games.

First, there’s a Summoning Focus in Fire Emblem Heroes. It’s called Engage, and it runs from January 17th to February 7th. Here’s a video showcasing the Heroes featured in this Summoning Focus (English and Japanese versions):

  • Alfred (Floral Protector)
  • Céline (Joyous Royal)
  • Chloé (Fairy-Tale Flier)
  • Alear (Dragon Child)

Those same Heroes will also appear in a Forging Bond event called “Emblems, Heroes”, that kicked off on the same day as the Summoning Focus. Also, a Grand Hero Battle featuring Lumera went live the following day (on January 18th)! Make sure to check out this page for details about those events, along with the Engage Release Celebratory Events (with Etie available via Log-in Bonus and Quest rewards).

Also, it was announced that Fire Emblem Heroes players will be able to get a set of special items in Fire Emblem Engage, along with a little extra.

Fire Emblem Engage

  • The Fólkvangr weapon
  • The Fensalir weapon
  • The Nóatún weapon
  • The Alfonse S-rank Bond Ring
  • The Sharena S-rank Bond Ring
  • The Anna S-rank Bond Ring

Fire Emblem Heroes

Here’s what you need to claim the goodies:

  • Fire Emblem Heroes on Android or iOS
  • make sure to connect your Nintendo Account!
  • make sure to connect your console to the internet!

And here’s how you can claim your bonus items:

  • go to the My Nintendo Rewards page in the Fire Emblem Heroes game (by tapping the icon in the top right corner of the screen on the Quests Missions screen)
  • select the Nintendo Switch Game Bonus Code 5 Orbs reward and claim it (you don’t need to spend any Coins for that)
  • write down the code that you get (you can access it at any time by going to the My Nintendo Rewards page if you ever forget it)
  • head to the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, and select enter code from the left-side menu (alternatively, you can click here and claim the code via a web browser. Just make you sure you’re logged in to the same Nintendo Account as the one used in Fire Emblem Heroes!)
  • enter the code you got by claiming the My Nintendo reward
  • launch Fire Emblem Engage, and claim your rewards (only possible once you’ve reached Chapter 3). NB: you can only claim the items once per save file.

For more details, make sure to check out this page!

Fire Emblem Engage (Switch) is now available worldwide.

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