Welcome to the world of Fire Emblem Engage. This game brings back the beloved turn-based fighting system. It also offers a wide variety of weapons and strategies for players to use in their gameplay.
One of the features you will face in Fire Emblem Engage is poison. Which is an exclusive feature of the Knife weapon type. This feature can be used to cause others extra damage. You should also know how to deal with it.
Here we will tell you 3 different methods that you can use to cure yourself. You can also explore the mechanics of poison in Fire Emblem Engage.
Whether you are a veteran of the series or new to the world of Fire Emblem. In this guide will provide you with all the information you need to succeed on the battlefield.
In Fire Emblem Engage there are three methods to cure poison:
- Using Antitoxins: Antitoxins are consumable items that can be purchased from the Item Shop for 400G. They will immediately cure poison when used.
- Using the Restore Staff: The Restore Staff is a staff that becomes available in Chapter 9. It can be purchased from the Engage Item Shop for 500G and removes the status effects on allies, including poison.
- Healing magic: Characters with the ability to use healing magic can cure poison by using the spell to heal themselves or others.
So we have just mentioned above the 3 methods to get cured if you get Poison. Though poison is just a status condition in Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 that causes damage. Mostly it damages to the afflicted unit at the start of each turn. It is considered one of the easiest status conditions to contend with in the Fire Emblem series.
Poison is one of the hardest conditions to inflict on enemies as there are few weapons that can cause it. So, it is often easier to simply kill enemies with conventional weapons instead.