Fire Emblem Engage: Best Advanced Class for Citrenne

There's always room for another mage on the team.

In Fire Emblem Engage, the Divine Dragon must gather an army to fight the forces of darkness. Who you have on your main squad depends on your preference, but leveling your army equally is advised. One impressive ally, Citrenne, is a powerful magic user, especially when using the best Advanced Class. Find out what works best with this Brodian unit before you upgrade her.

Citrenne’s Advanced Class: Sage

Fire Emblem Engage Citrenne advanced class
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Citrenne works best as a Sage, a class that uses all forms of Magic. Sages sport an S Rank with Tomes and a B Rank with Staffs, giving them various skills and Magic types to choose from. Citrenne is excellent from a range, especially against armored combatants. Make sure not to let melee users close to her, as her physical defense isn’t too high.

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Recommended Emblem: Celica

Emblem Celica Fire Emblem Engage
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To make Citrinne even stronger in Fire Emblem Engage, you should outfit her with an Emblem. As a Sage, Citrinne needs a ring that boosts her magic capabilities. Celica is the best fit as almost all her abilities make her Magic stronger. The more Citrinne uses Celica’s Emblem, the higher her Bond Effects become. You can see the abilities from level one to ten for Celica’s Emblem below.

LevelBond EffectsDescription
1Magic +2Grants Mag +2.
1Holy StanceIf a Corrupted attacks unit, 10% of the damage taken goes back to the foe.
1EchoUse to attack with Magic at 50% damage. Use a second time to launch another 50% attack.
1Warp RagnarokUsed to warp up to 10 spaces and make a powerful magic attack.
1SeraphimHoly tome wielded by Emblem Celica.
Effective: Corrupted
2Magic +3Holy tome wielded by Emblem Celica.
Effective: Corrupted
3ResonanceWhen equipped with a tome, if the unit’s HP is 2 or more, the unit loses 1 HP at the start of combat and deals +2 damage during battle.
4Tome Precision 1Grants Hit/Avo +3 when using a tome.
5Skill InheritanceThe unit can inherit this Emblem’s skills.
6Magic Prof.Proficiency with Magic. Required for promotion to specific classes.
7Tome Precision 2Grants Hit/Avo +5 when using a tome.
8Favorite FoodWhen a unit eats a packed lunch, its Engage meter is maxed out.
9Tome Precision 3Grants Hit/Avo +7 when using a tome.
9Sword Prof.Proficiency with swords. Required for promotion to specific classes.
10RecoverStaff wielded by Emblem Celica. Recovers a great deal of HP.
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There are 11 other Emblems to try out if Celica doesn’t work out for you, so experiment with your Emblems as you keep playing.

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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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