Fire Emblem Engage animals list - What they do, and how to adopt more

Animal in Fire Emblem Engage

Animal in Fire Emblem Engage

Fire Emblem Engage has so many little systems you should pay attention to. When trying to navigate relationships, battles, and the story, there is so much you should look out for. If you are looking for a full Fire Emblem Engage animals list, here's the full set of creatures you'll need to collect to keep your army in tip-top shape.

As well as going through all the animals we have found in the game so far, we go over how to adopt animals and some of the problems you may be coming across before you can adopt them. They're not essentially by any stretch of the imagination on the lower difficulty settings, but the items they produce can really help.

If you're looking for more information on the game, here's how to use the piano in Fire Emblem Engage, what the Fire Emblem Engage Sommie rewards are, alongside some tips for starting Fire Emblem Engage.

Fire Emblem Engage animals list

Regions available in
Elyosian Sheep
White Hop Rabbit
Hop Rabbit
Eastern Freecat
Western Freecat
Southern Freecat
Northern Freecat
Solmic Cat
Panna Camel
Elyosian Pigeon
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So far, we have found 22 different animals in Fire Emblem Engage. We will continue to update our animals list as we find more.

Right now, it appears that most animal can appear in the battlefields of any region you travel to, with each then having three animals that are exclusive to them. For example, you'll find the Elyosian Seagull anywhere, but the Aura Eagle will only appear after battles in Brodia.

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How to adopt animals in Fire Emblem Engage

If you're looking to adopt animals in Fire Emblem Engage, you can do so in between battles. After each battle, you can walk around battlefields, talking to your troops to get Bond Fragments. As well as this, you can talk to locals and pick up extra items off the ground. If you can see animals, you can adopt them.

Adopting some animals requires you to have a good donation level with the region they come from. You can get all this information, as well as which animals are available to adopt, from the animal chart in the bottom-right of the world map before starting the fight.

As well as this, you can get some of the animals in companion pack rewards when increasing your donation level, which is a nice and easy way to get some of the exclusive animals that may rarely appear in their respective regions.

Any animal you choose to adopt will go back to the Somniel, where you can find them in the farm area. You can collect as many types of animals as you like but you can only have a few animals out at a time. Just interact with the barn if you want to swap out your choices.

Animals that are out of the barn will occasionally leave items around, so you should swap out animals regularly to find all that they can drop. They generally drop items relating to their breed, so you'll often find cats dropping fish and cows dropping milk etc.

You can then use these resources to craft weapons, make outfits and cook meals. If you commit to the upkeep of your farm early, you shouldn't have a problem getting all of the game's best things.

If you're looking for more information on the game now that you know how to adopt animals, here's our full Fire Emblem Engage characters list, Fire Emblem Engage review and our list of the Fire Emblem Engage voice actors.

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