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Fire Emblem Engage: How to Recruit Ivy

Fire Emblem Engage How to Recruit Ivy

There are a lot of interesting characters that you can recruit in Fire Emblem Engage. And, surprisingly, the crown princess Ivy, is one of them. After meeting her in battle a few times, you would expect there to be an obvious way of recruiting her. Well, it actually is very simple. You don’t even really have to do anything to get her. Here is how you can recruit crown princess Ivy in Fire Emblem Engage

How to Recruit Ivy in Fire Emblem Engage

To recruit Ivy in Fire Emblem Engage, all you need to do is reach chapter 10, The Fell Dragon Sombron, and finish the battle.

You might tend to think that there is a chance to recruit her and her friends during earlier battles. However, it is impossible to talk to her.

Without any major spoilers, you will continue to the next chapter after this battle, without having time to rest at Somniel. During chapter 11, Retreat, after you finish round 4, Ivy, Kagetsu, and Zelkov will come to help you.

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After a short conversation, Ivy and her crew will join the Divine Dragon and company to escape this battle.

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Once you finish the battle and escape, Ivy, Kagetsu, and Zelkov will join you in Somniel and become part of your crew.

Ivy is a Wing Tamer / Flying. This is a new class that we haven’t seen until now that uses dragons, rather than pegasi.

Ivy starts at level 17, which is very high at this point in the game. She will be an extremely useful addition and probably part of your main lineup until the end of the game.

And that is all you need to know about how to recruit Ivy in Fire Emblem Engage. Check out other interesting Fire Emblem Engage guides and articles:

Based in Munich, Germany, Adrian Oprea is the Founder of Raider King. He is a writer with a passion for storytelling and a love for all things RPG. When not wielding a keyboard, he can be found exploring fantastical worlds, one quest at a time.
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