How to unlock Mage Cannoneer and Enchanter classes in Fire Emblem Engage
Engage Fire EmblemThe Expansion Pass brought a lot of different things to the game, mainly new emblems for you to use. The first three waves of DLC brought back fan-favorite characters fire sign series like Chrom & Robin awakeningthe three house managers Three housesand Camilla out fates. The fourth DLC wave is exclusively the new story DLC The Fell Xenologue and as such brings with it various changes Engage Fire Emblem when compared to the previous DLC waves. One of the additions in the fourth wave of DLC are the new classes that Intelligent Systems have added. These are the Mage Cannoneer and Enchanter classes, and you might recognize them from the previous Emblem battles from the first three DLC waves. How to unlock Mage Cannoneer and Enchanter classes Engage Fire Emblem.
How to unlock Mage Cannoneer and Enchanter classes in Engage Fire Emblem
The new classes are relatively easy to unlock, although it will take some time. You can unlock Mage Cannoneer and Enchanter by completing the Fell Xenologue story DLC. This will take at least a couple of hours as the story DLC is six chapters long and can vary in length depending on your chosen difficulty and luck in completing these maps.
However, once you have the new classes, you can use them in the main game at your own discretion. Arriving back at the Somniel after completing the Fell Xenologue story DLC will grant you a set of items, some of which you need to become a Mage Cannoneer or an Enchanter.
Some information about the necessary items for the class change
You must use the Mystic Satchel to become an Enchanter class unit, or a Mage Cannon to become a Mage Cannoneer class unit. Upon completing the Fell Xenologue, you will receive one of each of these items to try out these classes for yourself. But don’t worry, these items aren’t as rare as they might appear. You can purchase these two items from the shop anytime after completing the Fell Xenologue DLC, and they’re available in unlimited supply, so feel free to try these classes to your heart’s content. That is, if you’re rich, because the items cost a pretty penny, even with the Silver Card discount!
Engage Fire Emblem is available from Nintendo shop.