Fire Emblem Engage: Best Advanced Class for Boucheron

Make this plain-looking soldier into a powerful ally.

Fire Emblem Engage lets players build an army to tackle the forces of the Fell Dragon. With over 30 units to recruit, you’ll need to choose what classes work with each fighter. If Boucheron is in your main squad, you’ll need to upgrade him with an Advanced Class that fits his play style. Find out what works best for Boucheron here!

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Boucheron’s Advanced Class: Berserker

Fire Emblem Engage Boucheron advanced class berserker
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Info via Fire Emblem Engage

The best choice for Boucheron is the Berserker class, which capitalizes on his aptitude with Axes. With an S Rank stat for Axes, Boucheron hits hard, focusing on one skill set. While he doesn’t have the versatility of other classes, Boucheron makes quick work of Lance users and units weak to physical attacks.

Recommended Emblem: Ike

Fire Emblem Engage Emblem Ike
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To make Boucheron even stronger, you’ll want to equip an Emblem on this unit. The best option for a Berserker like Boucheron is Ike, the offensive ally focusing on heavy weapons like Axes and Hammers. You’ll have more Defense and Resistance once you level the Bond Effects up with this ring. To get more Bond levels, we suggest using Ike as often as possible. You can see all the bonuses from Bond Effects levels one to ten below.

LevelBond EffectsDescription
1Defense +1Grants Def +1.
1DemolishBreak destructible terrain in a single blow when using Destroy
1ResolveIf the unit’s HP is 75% or less after combat, grant Def/Res +5 as long as HP stays below 75%
1Laguz FriendThe unit takes 50% less damage but sets the unit’s Avo to 0.
1Great AetherUse to grant Def/Res +5 for one turn. Next turn, attack a 2-space area and heal 30% of the damage dealt.
1HammerHammer of Emblem Ike. Smashes foes. Cannot follow up or strike first if initiating combat.
Effective: Armored
2Defense +2Grants Def +2
3RepositionUse to move an adjacent ally to the opposite side of the unit.
4Axe Power 1Grants Atk +2 at the cost of Avo -10 when using an axe.
5Skill InheritanceThe unit can inherit this Emblem’s skills.
6Axe Prof.Proficiency with axes. Required for promotion to specific classes.
7Axe Power 2Grants Atk +4 at the cost of Avo -10 when using an axe.
8Defense +3Grants Def +3
9Sword Prof.Proficiency with swords. Required for promotion to specific classes.
10UrvanHeirloom axe wielded by Emblem Ike. Grants Res +3.
Info via Fire Emblem Engage

After you get to Bond Rank 5, you can inherit the skills from your Emblem, so make sure to bond with each Emblem until this stage so you can give an Emblem’s skills to this unit.

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Tai Hofmann
Tai Hofmann

I'm Tai, the New Games lead, Writer, and Editor for Press SPACE to Jump. My first memory is forcing my parents to play 50-round games of Mario Party on the N64. Now I love games on all platforms and hone in on new releases. Some of my favorite titles include Final Fantasy XIV, Cuphead, God of War 2018, Persona 5, and Smash Bros.

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