Edelgard’s Bracelet is an emblem bracelet that can be obtained in Fire Emblem Engage and can be found by visiting Lookout Ridge at a certain point in the game. It is a paid exclusive downloadable content that provides the user with the powers of the house leaders from Fire Emblem Three Houses. Compared to the other Crest Rings, this bracelet provides greater versatility in battle as it carries more than one hero on it.
Read on as we go through the steps on how to unlock the Fire Emblem Engage Lookout Ridge event and get the Edelgard bracelet.
How to unlock the Fire Emblem Engage Lookout Ridge event
To unlock the Fire Emblem Engage Lookout Ridge event, you must first have Wave 1 of the game’s Expansion Pass DLC. This is a paid expansion that can be purchased through the Nintendo eShop for $29.99 and it is the only way to get the event and the bracelet in the game. After purchasing the pass, follow the steps below to unlock the Fire Emblem Engage Lookout Ridge event:
- Complete Chapter 6: The Stolen Ring first.
- Then continue forward Chapter 7: Dark emblem.
- As soon as Chapter 7 starts, you should see an alert message saying “Something has been found on Lookout Ridge.”
- Make your way to Somniel and head over to Lookout Ridge.
- A cutscene will play showing a bracelet being found on the crest containing emblems.
- You will then get the Edelgard Bracelet and can summon the emblems it contains.
Even though they only call you “Edelgard’s Bracelet”, you will still be able to summon the power of Edelgard, Dimitri and Claude in battles. Unlike the emblem rings, you don’t have to pass a certain challenge right after getting the bracelet, as you can call on its “combat skills” immediately in your next battle.
How to wear the Edelgard bracelet
In Fire Emblem Engage, Edelgard’s Bracer is an emblem that brings the powers of Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude into battle, after acquiring it in the Fire Emblem Engage Lookout Ridge event. The bracelet can be worn similar to the emblem rings, however the hero you call will be random. Gambit’s sync abilities also change based on the active hero.
When it comes to the Combat Arts matchup skill, you can select which skill you would like to use out of the three, but doing so will use up all remaining matchup turns.
On the other hand, the Houses Unite engagement attack deals axe, earth, and bow damage, making it effective against a wide range of enemy types. When using just the Aymr to attack, it can deal additional damage to dragons.
Edelgard Bracelet Link Abilities
Edelgard’s Link Skills are the skills that can be obtained or inherited from the Edelgard’s Bracelet when certain link levels are reached; note that skill inheritance can only be done once link level 5 is reached:
- Level 2 – Strength/Dex +1
- Level 3 – Lineage
- Level 4 – Bow Guard 1
- level 5 – Inheritance of skills
- level 6 – Ax proficiency
- level 7 – Strength/Dex +2
- level 8 – Bow Guard 2
- level 9 – Spear Skill
- level 10 –Areadbhar
- level 11 – Strong tie
- level 12
- level 13 – Mastery of the bow
- level 14 – Bow Guard 3
- level 15 – infallible
- level 16 – Strength/Dex +4
- level 17
- level 18 – Strength/Dex +5
- level 19 – Bow Guard 5
- level 20 – Deep synergy
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