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Fire Emblem Engage Weapons Guide (2023)

If you’re looking for a Fire Emblem Engage weapons guide, then your search ends here. We’ve created an insightful guide to the weapons of Fire Emblem Engage to increase your knowledge about the game and to help you become a better player.

Fire Emblem Engage is the most recent instalment in the Fire Emblem franchise, and it’s been released as a Switch exclusive. For more information about the game, visit the Fire Emblem Engage page on the official Nintendo website.

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Fire Emblem Engage Weapons Guide

As there’s so many different weapons in the game, we’ll give each list their own section. We’ll start with…


Axes hold a unique position in regards to weapons in Fire Emblem Engage. While they look great for chopping enemies up, they’re best used to disrupt a mounted enemy, causing them to fall off their mount. There’s quite a few axes in the game, and we’ll list them below.

  • Aymr
  • Brave Axe
  • Compact Axe
  • Fragarach
  • Hammer
  • Hammer (Ike)
  • Hand Axe
  • Hurricane Axe
  • Iron Axe
  • Iron Greataxe
  • Killer Axe
  • Killer Axe (Leif)
  • Nóatún
  • Poleaxe
  • Silver Axe
  • Silver Greataxe
  • Steel Axe
  • Steel Greataxe
  • Tomahawk
  • Ukonvasara
  • Urvan


Upon first glance, a lance may look like a fancy version of a sword. However, in Fire Emblem Engage, they have a more specific purpose. Lances are used by characters riding mounts. They’re effective in creating space in a battlefield, as they can plough through big crowds quite easily. There’s quite a variety of lances in the game, and we’ll list them below…

  • Areadbhar
  • Brave Lance
  • Brave Lance (Sigurd)
  • Brionac
  • Fensalir
  • Flame Lance
  • Iron Greatlance
  • Iron Lance
  • Javelin
  • Killer Lance
  • Lúin
  • Master Lance
  • Ridersband (Sigurd)
  • Ridersbane
  • Siegmund
  • Silver Greatlance
  • Silver Lance
  • Slim Lance
  • Spear
  • Steel Greatlance
  • Steel Lance
  • Venomous


Does magic need any introduction? It goes beyond physical weapons, and is regarded as one of the most dangerous forms of power in Fire Emblem Engage.

  • Bolganone
  • Elfire
  • Elsurge
  • Elthunder
  • Elwind
  • Excalibur
  • Fire
  • Meteor
  • Nosferatu
  • Nova
  • Obscurité
  • Ragnarok
  • Seraphim
  • Shine
  • Surge
  • Thani
  • Thoron
  • Thunder
  • Wind


The fun thing about swords in Fire Emblem Engage is that they’re not just your bogstandard hack-and-slash steel blade. No, these swords have history behind them, mythology wrapped around, and power hidden deep within. We’ll list all of them below.

  • Armorslayer
  • Binding Blade
  • Blutgang
  • Brave Sword
  • Caladbolg
  • Dual Katana
  • Falchion
  • Fólkvangr
  • Georgios
  • Iron Blade
  • Iron Sword
  • Killing Edge
  • Lancereaver
  • Levin Sword
  • Libération
  • Light Brand
  • Lyrátion
  • Mani Katti
  • Mercurius
  • Noble Rapier
  • Oligoludia
  • Parallel Falchion
  • Ragnell
  • Rapier (Eirika)
  • Rapier (Marth)
  • Sieglinde
  • Silver Blade
  • Silver Sword
  • Slim Sword
  • Steel Blade
  • Steel Sword
  • Sword of the Creator
  • Tyrfing
  • Wakizashi
  • Wille Glanz
  • Wind Sword
  • Wo Dao
  • Wyrmslayer
  • Wyrmslayer (Roy)
  • Yato


Bows are a great weapon when they’re not used as your primary, but more as your support. Using them in a one-on-one situation leaves you vulnerable, but when used to cover allies, they can cause some serious damage to the enemy. We’ll list them below.

  • Mini Bow
  • Iron Bow
  • Steel Bow
  • Silver Bow
  • Longbow
  • Killer Bow
  • Radiant Bow
  • Brave Bow
  • Lendabair
  • Master Bow
  • Parthia
  • Killer Bow (Lyn)
  • Mulagir
  • Failnaught

Poison Dagger

Playing the long game? A poison dagger might be your best choice of weapon. Dealing long-lasting damage with it’s poisonous element, the shortblade can often turn the tide of battle when you’re least expecting it.

  • Carnwenhan
  • Cinquedea
  • Iron Dagger
  • Kard
  • Misericorde
  • Peshkatz
  • Short Knife
  • Silver Dagger
  • Steel Dagger
  • Stiletto


A stave, or a staff, is a weapon better suited for a more defensive fighting style. The mystical abilities that staves hold are good for their use of status effecting abilities, as well as just looking cool in general. We’ll list them all below.

  • Entrap
  • Fortify
  • Fracture
  • Freeze
  • Heal
  • Illume
  • Mend
  • Nodus
  • Obstruct
  • Physic
  • Recover
  • Recover (Celica)
  • Rescue
  • Restore
  • Rewarp
  • Silence
  • Warp


Arts are weapons that are can rival daggers and bows, making them great for when you’re in a sticky-situation.

  • Initiate Art
  • Iron-Body Art
  • Steel-Hand Art
  • Silver-Spirit Art
  • Shielding Art
  • Flashing Fist Art
  • Divine Fist Art
  • Vajra-Mushti
  • Dragon’s Fist

About The Game

Fire Emblem Engage is a tactical RPG with an anime aesthetic for the Nintendo Switch. The story follows you playing alongside legendary heroes in order to save the continent of Eylos. The game sees the continuation of the popular Fire Emblem franchise, with Fire Emblem Engage acting as the next instalment.