With so many possible weapons in your arsenal, it can be hard to decide on which of the Fire Emblem Engage weapons is best for your characters. So, we’ve made this guide listing all the available in-game weapons, as well as information on how to forge and upgrade your own tools of battle.
If you still aren’t decided if this game is the one for you, check out our Fire Emblem Engage review to see our detailed thoughts on the tactical title. Or, if you need more in-game tips and tricks, see our Fire Emblem Engage characters, Fire Emblem Engage emblems, Fire Emblem Engage classes, Fire Emblem Engage rings, and Fire Emblem Engage amiibo guides.
All Fire Emblem Engage weapons
As is the standard for the series, Fire Emblem Engage has multiple weapon subclasses, including swords, lances, axes, bows, knives, staves, body arts, and tomes. Each of these classes has at least a couple of available weapons, and which you use completely depends on your build and how they suit your playstyle.
|Swords||Silver sword, silver dagger, steel blade, wo dao, steel sword, killing edge, armorslayer, iron blade, slim sword, iron sword, wyrmslayer, levin sword, slim sword, will glanz, georgios, caladbolg|
|Axes||Silver axe, steel axe, compact axe, killer axe, hammer, hand axe, tomahaw, iron greataxe, poleaxe, ukonvasara|
|Lances||Silver lance, killer lance, slim lance, spear, javelin, iron greatlance, steel lance, iron lance, flame lance, brionac|
|Bows||Silver bow, steel bow, killer bow, radiant bow, longbow, mini bow, iron bow, brave bow, lendabair|
|Knives||Short knife, iron dagger, steel dagger, stiletto, peshkatz, kard, misericorde, cinqueda|
|Body arts||Steel-hand art, iron-body art, initiate art, shielding art, silver-spirit art, flashing fist art|
|Tomes||Thunder, fire, surge, elthunder, elsurge, elfire, excalibur, bolganone, wind, nova, obscurite|
|Staffs||Fracture, rewarp, physic, freeze, recover, silence, restore, heal, mend, obstruct, illume|
Where can I get Fire Emblem Engage weapons?
You can pick up new weapons at the armoury in Fire Emblem Engage’s Somniel. Fresh stock arrives as you power through the main story, so be sure to keep checking back and saving gold for any potent new pieces.
How do I improve Fire Emblem Engage weapons?
If you want to improve or strengthen your weapons, you need to head to the smithy in Somniel. It’s worth mentioning that you need to bring along some resources though, with iron, silver, steel, and gold needed to upgrade weapons to their maximum. If you’re feeling super creative, you can forge weapons here too, but with your equipment not deteriorating as in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, it might be better to keep the resources for upgrades.
There you have it, all you need to know about the available Fire Emblem Engage weapons. For more top tactical titles, check out our picks for the best mobile strategy games and the best Switch strategy games.