Nintendo and Intelligent Systems are back with another look at Fire Emblem Engage, and today gives us new details on Micaiah, who is voiced by Natsuko Kuwatani in the Japanese version, and the ‘Emblem of Dawn’ ring; alongside that, we also got more details about heavy armor; check out all the details below (via Perfectly Nintendo).


Micaiah possesses mysterious powers: she can heal people, but also predict the future. Her magic and healing powers are without pair. Any Units equipping her Emblem Ring will be able to use Staves, regardless of their Fighting Style. This Emblem’s specialty: support and healing!

Emblem of Dawn Abilities:

  • Sync Skill: Staff User*. Allows Unit to use Staves regardless of their Fighting Style. Combined with Units with high mobility, like Cavalry, this Sync Skill will allow you to get access to some excellent healers.
  • Engage Weapon: Shine. After using Light magic, brightly illuminates your surroundings.
  • Engage Skill: Amplify*. Amplifies the range and effectiveness of Staves. Pretty useful for Units on support duty, as it allows them to heal allies from afar, but also block the movements of distant enemies.
  • Engage Attack: Great Healing Touch*. Unit exchanges some of their HP in order to completely heal nearby allies. Using it causes the Unit’s HP to drop to 1, so you need to be extra careful when using it… unless they have the “Dragon” Fighting Style, in which case they will be left with 30% of their HP!

Units with the “Heavy Armour” Fighting Style will resist the Break status even if they’re hit by a weapon they’re weak against. Also, they boast lots of HP and high Defense, making them reliable Units to use on the front lines. However, you need to be careful when going up against enemies that can use Magic, for it’s their one, big weakness!

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