Fire Emblem Engage gift guide
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Fire Emblem Engage gift guide
Provided by Michael Czar.

Fire Emblem Engage gift guide

If you wish to build support quickly between your character and others in Fire Emblem Engage, gifts are the way to go. Each character has their likes and dislikes, so here is a guide to help you determine which gift is best for each character in Fire Emblem Engage. There is a list of all playable characters below, so minor spoilers ahead.

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Some gifts are good for everyone

Generally, even with everyone’s likes and dislikes, there are some gifts that are good to give to anybody to help build support. For example, two of these great all-around gifts are the Pretty Pebble and Spirit Gem. But, on the other side, everyone dislikes Horse Manure, for a pretty self-explanatory reason. Even if some characters might react to it more positively than others, it’ll only hinder your time building support with them.

When it comes to getting gifts in Fire Emblem Engage, there is a couple of ways to get them. Sometimes, you can find gifts as pickup items both in Somniel and after combat. However, the easiest way to get gifts for your allies is from the Flea Market. However, this area of the Somniel is only unlocked partway through the story mode, despite it being essentially a shop for gifts only. With the Flea Market and knowledge of what characters like, you can easily build supports in Fire Emblem Engage.

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The flea market in Fire Emblem Engage. | Provided by Michael Czar.

The best gifts to give each character

Here are all the characters and the gifts they like in alphabetical order. While there are different levels of enjoyment that each character has to gifts, these ones are only the items that the characters like strongly.

  • Alcryst – Poetry Book, Sun Visor, Elyos History
  • Alfred – Training Weights, Sun Visor, Elyos History
  • Amber – Yogurt, Roasted Yam, Animal Treats, Butterfly Net, Bear Carving, Utility Knife, White Clover
  • Anna – Yogurt, White Clover, Utility Knife, Quality Kerchief, Cute Apron
  • Boucheron – Poetry Book, Dragon Scripture, Sun Visor, Landscape Art, Elyos History
  • Bunet – Yogurt, Roasted Yam, Sun Visor, White Clover, Desert Marigold
  • Céline – Poetry Book, Dragon Scripture, Quality Kerchief, Lovely Candle, Elyos History
  • Chloé – Animal Treats, Butterfly Net, Sun Visor, Dragon Scripture
  • Citrinne – Fairy-Tale Book, Philosophy Book, Quality Kerchief, Elyos History
  • Clanne – Poetry Book, Dragon Scripture, White Clover, Quality Kerchief, Elyos History
  • Diamant – Training Weights, Utility Knife, Fancy Dagger, Elyos History
  • Etie – Training Weights, Dragon Scripture
  • Fogado – Desert Marigold, Landscape Art, Lovely Candle, Playing Cards
  • Framme – Training Weights, Quality Kerchief, Dragon Scripture
  • Goldmary – Sun Visor, Bear Carving, Quality Kerchief, Landscape Art, Lovely Candle, White Clover, Cute Apron
  • Hortensia – Cute Apron, Bear Carving, Quality Kerchief, Landscape Art, Lovely Candle, Sun Visor
  • Ivy – Poetry Book, Elyos History, Sun Visor, White Clover, Dragon Scripture
  • Jade – Animal Treats, Poetry Book, Butterfly Net, Sun Visor, Bear Carving, Elyos History
  • Jean – Poetry Book, Elyos History, Bear Carving, Dragon Scripture
  • Kagetsu – Training Weight, Fancy Dagger, Landscape Art, Lovely Candle, Playing Cards
  • Lapis – Roasted Yam, Training Weights, Animal Treats, Muscle Balm
  • Lindon – Fairy-Tale Book, Poetry Book, Philosophy Book, Elyos History
  • Louis – Poetry Book, Dragon Scripture, White Clover
  • Mauvier – Training Weight, Chrysanthemum, Lily, Desert Marigold, Fancy Dagger, Utility Knife
  • Merrin – Animal Treats, Butterfly Net, Bear Carving, Fancy Dagger, Utility Knife
  • Pandero – Yogurt, Dragon Scripture, Lovely Candle, Playing Cards
  • Panette – Butterfly Net, Fancy Dagger, Spooky Scroll, Utility Knife
  • Rosado – Sun Visor, Cute Apron, Bear Carving, Quality Kerchief, Landscape Art, Lovely Candle, Playing Cards
  • Saphir – Yogurt, Roasted Yam, Utility Knife, Fancy Dagger, Playing Cards, Training Weights
  • Seadall – Poetry Book, Elyos History, Sun Visor, Quality Kerchief, Lovely Candle
  • Timerra – Animal Treats, Butterfly Net, Bear Carving, Playing Cards, Lovely Candle, Quality Kerchief
  • Vander – Dragon Scripture, Quality Kerchief
  • Veyle – Poetry Book, Elyos History, Sun Visor, Desert Marigold, Chrysanthemum
  • Yunaka – Training Weights, Poetry Books, Elyos History, Fancy Dagger, Utility Knife
  • Zelkov – Poetry Book, Elyos History, White Clover, Utility Knife, Landscape Art

Ally Notebook very useful for gift hunting

Finally, the best way to quickly check what items are good or bad for characters is the Ally Notebook. After talking to them a little and developing support, each character will eventually have a page of their likes and dislikes.

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