Fire Emblem Engage: Nintendo introduces new characters Framme and Clan

Fire Emblem Engage: Nintendo introduces new characters Framme and Clan

Nintendo introduces a new set of twins from Fire Emblem Engage. The older sibling is Clan, a mage, the younger sister is named Framme and is a monk character.

Only with the translation of the names one is not yet in agreement

Nintendo and developer Intelligent Systems have now released new footage of the two characters. The details cover information about the twin siblings, clan and Framme.

“Framme (Sayaka Senbongi) is a 33rd generation dragon guardian who protects the divine dragon in the land of Lythos. She is the younger twin sister of the clan and is more determined and lively compared to her brother,” Framme tweeted.

Clan is supposedly just the tentative name of the mage character. In Japan this is called “Kuran” (clan), but since his sister will not be called “Furan” (Fran) as in Japanese, but Framme, the big brother could also be renamed here in the West.


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“Clan (Kōhei Amasaki) is a 33rd generation Dragon Guardian who protects the divine dragon in the land of Lythos at the side of Vander. He is Framme’s older twin brother and was at Alear’s side when they woke up. He is a gentle priest who serves Alear and is also a fan of his,” reads Clan’s description.

Most recently, the high-ranking knight Vander and protagonist Alear were introduced. Marth and Celica also return. Fire Emblem Engage is expected to be released on January 20, 2023 for the Nintendo Switch.



Reference-www.eurogamer.de