Fire Emblem Engage: Best Advanced Class for Bunet

Make this gentleman an irreplaceable ally.

Fire Emblem Engage lets players create an army of their choosing. With over 30 units to choose from, you’ll have to select units carefully when heading into battle. If Bunet is one of your picks for the front line, you’ll need to make sure you choose a suitable Advanced Class for him. Find out what fits this unit best before you head into a fight.

Bunet’s Advanced Class: Great Knight

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WeaponProficiency
SwordA
AxeB
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The best option for Bunet is the Great Knight, a Cavalry type unit that melds proficiency with swords and axes. Bunet’s Great Knight class sports A Rank Sword and B Rank Proficiency with Axes. He has a well-balanced kit and high mobility, letting him get into fights early. Bunet also has a high defense that allows him to tank plenty of attacks from enemies. Bunet’s even has a unique ability: Allied Defense; this move lets him protect his comrades from damage when they’re adjacent to him.

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Recommended Emblem: Lucina

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To make Bunet even stronger, you’ll need to pair him with an Emblem that pairs well with his strengths. We suggest using Lucina, a spirit that boosts Sword skills and dexterity while letting Bunet call on allies for aid. Lucina also gives access to Bow proficiency, giving this unit access to ranged attacks. To get the power of Lucina’s Emblem, you’ll need to increase your Bond with her, which means battling while using the Engage mechanic. The more Bunet uses his Emblem ally, the more skills he gains access to. You can see Bond Effect skills one to ten and their effects below.

LevelBond EffectDescription
1Dexterity +1Grants Dex +1.
1Dual StrikeThe unit participates in chain attacks as if it were a backup unit.
1Bonded ShieldUse it to prevent the first attack on adjacent allies until your next turn. Trigger Rate: 80%
1All for OneUse to make sword attack against an adjacent foe. All allies within 2 spaces chain attack.
1Noble RapierSword wielded by Emblem Lucina.
Effective: Cavalry, Armored.
2Dexterity +2Grants Dex +2
3Dual AssistIf the unit can chain attack, the unit will do so when allies attack foes the unit could reach by moving. Trigger rate: 35%
4Bow Agility 1Grants Avo +10 at the cost of Crit -10 when using a bow.
5Skill InheritanceThe unit can inherit this Emblem’s skills.
6Sword Prof.Proficiency with swords. Required for promotion to specific classes.
7Bow Agility 2Grants Avo +15 at the cost of Crit -10 when using a bow.
8Bow Prof.Proficiency with bows. Required for promotion to specific classes.
9Dexterity +3Grants Dex +3
10ParthiaBow wielded by Emblem Lucina. Doubles user’s earned experience. Grants Res +5.
Effective: Flying
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Once you hit rank five, you can teach Bunet Lucina’s skills using the Skill Inheritance ability. Make sure to use the Emblem until at least Bond level five so you can use these valuable skills, even without Lucina’s Emblem equipped.

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Tai Hofmann
Tai Hofmann

Writing Lead 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 Cuphead, Final Fantasy XIV, God of War, Persona 5, and Super Smash Bros.

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