Fire Emblem Engage Introduces Nation of Brodia + Princes Diamant & Alcryst

The official  Japanese Fire Emblem Twitter account has been introducing new characters for the recently announced Fire Emblem Engage, alongside sharing new gameplay clips. Recently, new characters Diamant and Alcryst were revealed alongside the region of Brodia.

NOTE: Some names and terms might differ in the official English localization.

Brodia is a military-centric nation located in northwest Elyos. It is a prideful, powerful, and prosperous locale ruled by Morion the Conqueror, and it often finds itself in conflict with the nearby country of Elusia, which worships the Fell Dragon.


Diamant is Brodia’s crown prince and is a stern, strong man possessing significant fortitude who is greatly trusted by the citizens. He also respects his father, the King, from the bottom of his heart. His starting class is Lord, boasting skilled sword usage.

Alcryst is Diamant’s younger brother and Brodia’s second prince. He seemingly has an inferiority complex of sorts, as he tends to compare himself to his brother. Still, despite his general pessimism and lacking self-esteem, he is notably social and has the backbone required of royalty. His starting class is Lord, though he utilizes bows instead of swords.

Diamant and Alcryst have both received two gameplay clips; one of combat and another of conversation. You can view these unveiled gameplay clips below:

If you missed it, check out our announcement coverage of Fire Emblem Engage, featuring a trailer, collector’s edition details, and screenshots.

Fire Emblem Engage is releasing for Nintendo Switch on January 20, 2023.

Check out our review of Fire Emblem Warriors Three HopesThe title recently sold over 1 million units worldwide.

Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes is a musou-style adventure set in the same universe as Fire Emblem Three Houses. Characters from Three Houses will also appear in this adventure, including the iconic Byleth. During gameplay, players can choose a character and take on the one-versus-one-thousand gameplay that Musou-style games are known for.

Fire Emblem: Three Hopes is now available for Nintendo Switch.

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