Fire Emblem Engage Kagetsu

Kagetsu is the most recent Fire Emblem Engage character to be launched as a part of the official Twitter account’s near-daily roster reveals. He is a royal knight of Elusia, a nation in Elyos’ northeast. He’s additionally a retainer to the Elusian Crown Princess Ivy. Ivy was launched earlier main an assault upon Brodia.

Kagetsu is described as energetic, pleasant, and thoughtful. He additionally carries himself with a distinct, international method, owing maybe to his upbringing in a “secluded region.”

Notably, the time period “secluded region” makes use of the identical Japanese characters (“秘境”) because the “Deeprealm” from Fire Emblem Fates. In Fates, the Deeprealms had been basically various dimensions the place time flowed at an accelerated fee. Children born to characters in Fates could be raised inside the Deeprealms to make sure their security. The Deeprealms additionally supplied a handy narrative mechanism permitting the kids of two characters to hitch their mother and father’ technology in battle absolutely grown. It is unknown if Fire Emblem Engage will use the Deeprealm idea in the identical manner, or if the time period alignment is a easy coincidence.

In Fire Emblem Fates, Kagetsu is voiced by Takehito Koyasu. Koyasu additionally voiced Ozymandias in Fate/Grand Order, Dio in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, and quite a few Fire Emblem characters, like Lon’qu, Validar, and Niles.

In Fire Emblem Engage Kagetsu’s preliminary class is Swordmaster. Swordmasters are melee consultants that may unleash highly effective methods with the blade, whereas deftly avoiding enemy strikes.

Another clip additionally reveals Kagetsu in dialog along with his liege, Ivy.

In the clip, Kagetsu reveals off his unusual predictive sense by precisely guessing what’s for dinner (fried rooster). He’s unhappy by Ivy’s response, and chastises his mistress, saying her lack of enthusiasm suggests she doesn’t discover rooster dinner to be a winner. She remarks that his seeming precognition is completely correct, however just for predicting pointless trivia. Though he’s happy with the expertise, she calls the flexibility “creepy”.

Fire Emblem Engage launches on Nintendo Switch on January 20, 2023.

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