Fire Emblem Engage Voice Actors And Cast [English & Japanese]

Learn who plays your favorite character in Fire Emblem Engage with the help of this guide.

Hello and welcome to our guide on the voice actors of Fire Emblem Engage! In this guide, we will introduce you to the talented voice actors who bring your favorite characters to life in the game. We will take a look at the actors behind key characters such as Byleth, Claude, Edelgard, and many more. Whether you’re a long-time fan of the Fire Emblem series or just starting out, this guide will give you a deeper understanding of the voices and personalities that make the game as good as it is. Let’s get into it.

Key Takeaways

  • There are 2 options for Voice Over’s, English and Japanese. 
  • The cast for both English and Japanese voice-overs is a star-studded cast full of recognizable actors. 
  • Some of the best English voice actors include Mica Solusod, Laura Stahl, Yuri Lowenthal, Nick Wolfhard, and others.
  • On the Japanese side of things famous actors included are Kaito Ishikawa, Aya Endo and Hiro Shimono, and others.

Fire Emblem Engage Voice Actors and Cast

Photo Credits: Nintendo

This list will consist of 2 sections of the cast, One for the English Audio and the other for the Japanese Audio. Yes, you can also switch to Japanese Audio if you want to. We’ll start of with the English Cast.

English Cast For Fire Emblem Engage

This list will only contain all the English voice actors

Character

Played By

Alcryst Mica Solusod
Alear (Male) Laura Stahl
Alear (Female) Brandon McInnis
Alfred Nick Wolfhard
Amber Parker Way
Anna Monica Rial
Beret Unknown
Boucheron Joe Hernandez
Bunnet Ian Sinclair
Byleth (Male) Zach Aguilar
Celica Erica Lindbeck
Celine Rachelle Heger
Chloe Elizabeth Simmons
Citrinne Britney Karbowski
Clanne Justin Briner
Corrin Marcella Lents-Pope
Diamant Stephen Fu
Eirika Kira Buckland
Ephraim Greg Chun
Etie Trina Nishimura
Eve Megan Hollingshead
Fogado Zeno Robinson
Framme Lisa Reimold
Goldmary Maureen Price
Griss Jamison Boaz
Hortensia Amber Connor
Hyacinth Brook Chalmers
Ike Greg Chun
Ivy Reba Burh
Jean Colleen O’Shaughnessey
Kagetsu Khoi Dao
Lapis Kimberley Woods
Leif Nicholas Roye
Lindon James Wade
Louis J. Micheal Tatum
Lumera Julia McIlvaine
Lyn Wendee Lee
Marni Sarah Williams
Marth Yuri Lowenthal
Mauvier Gavin Hammon
Merrin Christina Valuenzuela
Micaiah Veronica Taylor
Morion Josh Petersdorf
Pandreo Panette
Rosado Brian Timothy Anderson
Roy Ray Chase
Saphir Cassie Ewulu
Seadall Griffin Puatu
Seforia Afi Ekulona
Sigurd Grant George
Sombron Erika Bra
Timerra Dani Chambers
Vander Jason Vande Brake
Veyle Megan Taylor Harvey
Yunaka Laura Post
Zelkov David Matranga
Zephia Elizabeth Maxwell

Some of these names you’ve probably heard before, like, Yuri Lowenthal who’s made quiet the name for himself playing beloved characters like Spiderman in Insomniacs series as well as in Marvels Midnight Suns. He has actually been in a number of voice casts for video games over the years, and his performance as Marth, the series’ veteran, makes his presence felt here.

Yuri Lowenthal is also present as an English voice over artist in Fire Emblem Engage

For anime fans, you might recognize Lisa Reimold. She has given her voice to characters for well-known anime shows including Gundam and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. Justin Briner, who has previously provided voice work for characters in My Hero Academia, One Piece, and many other anime series, is in the same boat.

Jason Vande Brake is a veteran voice actor for video games who most recently gave his voice to Brineybeard for Netflix’s Cuphead Show. Jason voiced two distinct characters in Fire Emblem Heroes, Mordecai and Jaffar.

Nick Wolfhard, brother of Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard and a talented voice actor in his own right, plays Alfred in Fire Emblem Engage. He previously voiced Alfred in the English version of Fire Emblem Heroes.

Fire Emblem Engage Voice Actors: Japanese Cast

This list only contains the Japanese cast for Fire Emblem Engage

Characters

Played By

Alcryst  Nobuhiko Okamoto
Alear (Male)       Aya Endo
Alear (Female)  Hiroshi Shimono
Alfred   Ryohei Kimura
Amber  Atsushi Tamaru
Anna     Saori Seto
Beret     Yusuke Kobayashi
Boucheron          Toru Sakurai
Bunnet Tomohiro Ohno
Byleth (Male)     Yusuke Kobayashi
Byleth (Female) Shizuka Ito
Celica    Nao Toyama
Celine   Akari Kito
Chloe    Saori Hayam
Citrinne Ikumi Hasegawa
Clanne  Kohei Amazaki
Claude  Toshiyuki Toyonaga
Diamant               Junichi Suwabe
Dimitri Kaito Ishikawa
Edelgard              Ai Kakuma
Eirika     Kaori Mizuhashi
Ephraim               Taku Yashiro
Etie        Tomomi Mineuchi
Eve         Kyoko Hikami
Fogado Kenn
Framme               Sayaka Senbongi
Goldmary            Natsumi Takamori
Griss      Kenjiro Tsuda
Hortensia            Hina Kino
Hyacinth              Takashi Nagasako
Ike          Michihiko Hagi
Ivy          Yoko Hikasa
Jade       Marie Miyake
Kagetsu Takehito Koyasu
Lapis      Tomoyo Takayanagi
Leif         Kenichi Suzumura
Louis      Haruki Ishitani
Lucina   Yu Kobayashi
Lumera Kotono Mitsuishi
Lyn         Makiko Omoto
Marni    Ruriko Aoki
Marth   Hikaru Midorikawa
Mauvier               Tomoaki Maeno
Merrin  Nanako Mori
Micaiah Natsuko Kuwatani
Pandreo               Genki Okawa
Panette Yukina Shuto
Rosado Shouta Aoi
Roy        Jun Fukuyama
Seadall  Shogo Sakamoto
Seforia  Mika Kanda
Sigurd   Toshiyuki Morikawa
Sombron             Katsuyuki Konishi
Timerra Ami Koshimizu
Tiki         Sumire Morohoshi
Vander Yoji Ueda
Veyle    Reina Ueda
Yunaka Fairouz Ai Kadota
Zelkov   Yu Taniguchi
Zephia  Rika Fukami

My Hero Academia, Attack On Titan, and other anime shows have had Hiro Shimono (Alear) in their casts. Aya Endo, who provides the voice for Alear’s feminine persona, has also made appearances in Sword Art Online and the Ninjala anime. The voice actor for Dimitri, Kaito Ishikawa, is also the voice of Genos in One Punch Man.

Hiro Shimono also lends his voice in Fire Emblem Engage

Conclusion

Overall, Engage has a great cast of performers who all contribute to realizing the game’s rather unexpected cinematic objectives. Whether you choose to play with English or Japanese VO’s, it’s clear that the game has a star-studded cast and so you will not be left disappointed. Be sure to check the cast’s other work if you have the time and send nice words to them.

Do check out more of our Fire Emblem Engage Guides like the Fire Emblem Engage All Romance Options, if you liked this guide please do leave some feedback. Till next time.

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