Fire Emblem Engage introduces Framme and Cramme
Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have shared details on two more characters for Fire Emblem Engage, this time introducing Framme and Cramme (tentative name). This follows the details provided for Alear and Vander.
Here’s the full rundown, courtesy of Serenes Forest:
Framme (Sayaka Senbongi) is a 33rd generation Dragon Guardian, protecting the Divine Dragon at the Land of Lythos. She’s Cramme’s younger twin sister–and more determined and lively compared to her brother.
Framme’s starting class is Monk. A warrior monk who heals allies with staves. Has also mastered Quigong as a form of self-defence.
Although she’s a Dragon Guardian, more than pure loyalty, it appears she idolizes Alear as a deity.
Cramme (Kōhei Amasaki) is a 33rd generation Dragon Guardian, protecting the Divine Dragon at the Land of Lythos, alongside Vander. He is Framme’s older twin brother and was by Alear’s side when they awoke. A gentle priest who serves – and is also a fan of – Alear.
Cramme’s starting class is Mage. A magic user who can wield tomes to unleash magic, adept at striking distant foes and heavily armored soldiers.
He’s a young man with a gentle aura. His hair braid is on the opposite side of Framme’s.
A bit of footage showing Framme and Cramme in Fire Emblem Engage can be found below.
Fire Emblem Engage is due out for Switch on January 20, 2023.