This guide covers Fire Emblem Engage growth rates for all playable classes and characters' stats, with character stats also explained.
Fire Emblem Engage: Growth Rates Guide
This Fire Emblem Engage guide covers each playable character’s and class’s growth rates. However, If you are a new Fire Emblem player struggling to understand the growth rate system for each character and class, then worry not, so without further ado, let’s get started.
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Growth rates are a fixed percentage rate that determines the chance of a character’s and class stats increasing by 1 in each level.
There are 9 stats for whom growth rates are assigned; Hp (Health Points), Str (Strength), Mag (Magic), Dex (Dexterity), Spd (Speed), Lck (Luck), Def (Defense), Res (Resistance) and Bld (Build).
Class growth rates determine how strong the class can be on a certain character whose growth rates align with that particular class.
Stats are discrete features assigned to your characters that provide them with unique buffs to make them more effective during fights. They can vary greatlydepending on each character and their class growth rates.
What Are Growth Rates?
In the entire Fire Emblem game franchise, growth rates are the permanentprobability a certain character or its respective class will or will not get +1 point in a certain stat with every level up. This can be super helpful in identifying your character’s best combat styleand classwith each stat growth chance.
For instance, the main protagonist of Fire Emblem Engage, Alear, has a growth rate of 60 in health points (HP), which means there is a 60% probability or chance that Alear will gain +1 point in his HP stat with each level-up as he starts with his base class tier of Dragon Child.
However, this does not mean his HP stat will increase with every level gain, as there is a 40% chance he won’t get the increase in HP.
These attributes of your character are mandatory to be upgraded separately every time you level up to make their effects more impactful, as stats are super crucial to take into account, considering the game has very rich combative and tactile environments to offer.
Below is a list of the character stats with short descriptions along with their abbreviations:
Hp (Health Points):
It shows the amount of health a unit has.
Impacts the amount of physical damage inflicted by a weapon.
It impacts the potential of magical attacks landed by a character.
Also known as Skill, it affects a character’s critical strike and hit rate.
It affects the frequency of hits you can land at a certain time.
Increases the favor of odds for a character. For example, it decreases critical hits inflicted by enemies.
Reduces incoming physical attacks.
Reduces incoming magical attacks.
They are known as Constitution as well. It shows how big a unit is and affects how a character can carry a larger and stronger weapon without negatively impacting its attack speed.
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