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Fire Emblem Engage Donations Reward Guide

There are a lot of reasons to donate to the various countries in Fire Emblem Engage. In this Fire Emblem Engage Donations Reward Guide we list all of the different donation levels for each of the nations in the game alongside the various rewards you unlock for reaching new levels.

There are many reasons why donating to each nation is a good idea. Firstly, it increases the multipliers for items you find in that area, which makes gathering rare and valuable resources such as Iron, Steel, and Silver, much quicker. It also unlocks more animals and clothes, although these aren’t really required at any point in the game. Money is scarce so you’ll want to invest in a nation that maybe offers a weapon type you like.

Below is a list of each nation and what rewards you get at each tier.

Fire Emblem Engage Donations Reward Guide

Firene Level 2 Rewards

  • Calisson Chicken
  • Firenesse Cat
  • Elyosian Pigeon
  • Harvest Bounty (A selection of fruits and vegetables for use in cooking)

Firene Level 3 Rewards

  • National Clothing (Steel Lance, Foral Set Clothes, 1,000 Bond Fragments)

Firene Level 4 Rewards

  • Companion Pack (Spear weapon, 2x Mere Donkey, 2,000x Bond Fragments

Firene Level 5 Rewards

  • Local Garb (Venomous Spear, Oceanic Set Clothes, 3,000x Bond Fragments)

Brodia Level 2 Rewards

  • Brodian Cat
  • Aura Eagle
  • Rutile Marmot
  • Mineral Motherlode (10x Iron, 500x Bond Fragments)

Brodia Level 3 Rewards

  • National Clothing (Wo Dao Sword, Cliff Set Clothes, 3x Steel, 1,000x Bond Fragments)

Brodia Level 4 Rewards

  • Companion Pack (Brave Sword, 2x Rutile Marmot, 1x Silver, 2,000x Bond Fragments)

Brodia Level 5 Rewards

  • Local Garb (Divine Fist Art, Mica Set Clothes, 2x Silver, 3,000x Bond Fragments)

Elusia Level 2 Rewards

  • Elusian Cat
  • Iris Owl
  • Vervain Deer
  • Healing Haul (Physic staff, 500x Bond Fragments)

Elusia Level 3 Rewards

  • National Clothing (Bolganone Tome, Snowy Set Clothes, 1,000x Bond Fragments)

Elusia Level 4 Rewards

  • Companion Pack (Fortify Staff, 2x Vervain Deer, 2,000x Bond Fragments)

Elusia Level 5 Rewards

  • Local Garb (Nodus Staff, Starry Set Clothes, 3,000x Bond Fragments)

Solm Level 2 Rewards

  • Solmic Cat
  • Panna Camel
  • Tartu Flamingo
  • Market Wares (5 Beef, Pork, Chicken, Mutton, Herring, Salmon, Cod, Eel, Milk, Eggs, and Rice. 10x Rare Fish, 500x Bond Fragments)

Solm Level 3 Rewards

  • National Clothing (Brave Axe, Dune Set Clothes, 1,000x Bond Fragments

Solm Level 4 Rewards

  • Companion Pack (Silver Greataxe, 2x Tartu Flamingo, 2,000x Bond Fragments

Solm Level 5 Rewards

  • Local Garb (Fragarach Axe, Dusk Set Clothes, 3,000x Bond Fragments)
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